Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A rigorist; especially, one who holds the doctrines of rigorism in a less rigid or severe form.

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Examples

  • * If you hold that the less safe opinion can be followed only if it is strictly certain, you are a rigorist also called a tutiorist.

    Casuistry

  • For the reasons why John Paul II took the view he did also show what's wrong with the tutiorist view.

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