Scholastic

[ UK /skəlˈɑːstɪk/ ]
[ US /skəˈɫæstɪk/ ]
NOUN
  1. a Scholastic philosopher or theologian
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How To Use Scholastic In A Sentence

  • Volitivum, volitive, is the Scholastic translation theletikon. NPNF2-09. Hilary of Poitiers, John of Damascus
  • Although before we parted this last time he said something about maybe getting back into scholastic teaching.
  • Many have looked to the rise of modern science for the answer, particularly in its decisive break with medieval scholasticism.
  • As of mid-December 2003, there were scholastic chess events scheduled in Seattle, for February 2004, that were already fully booked and closed to new registrants.
  • Because most medieval physicians defended scholasticism, he was not a friend of the medical profession.
  • Scholastic theology, condensed in the "summae" and "books of sentences", is henceforward regarded as distinct from philosophy. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss
  • Four years of model behavior and high scholastic achievement. THIS HEART OF MINE
  • That is, the program and network, its host, and its audiences were more cerebral, more scholastic, and more directly concerned with effecting change than its blowhard competitors.
  • Over the course of my post-secondary scholastic career my institutions have tried to squeeze me for every dime that they possibly could.
  • He is considered as the architect of a distinct school of thought in the principles of jurisprudence and Islamic law, and one of the leading exponents of 'kalam'-scholastic theology - and' rijal '- study of the biographies of transmitters of ahadith, the prophetic traditions,' fiqh '- jurisprudence - and WN.com - Articles related to Emirates becomes first Arab airline to operate Czech Republic route
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