[ US /ˈθiɝɪst/ ]
[ UK /θˈiəɹɪst/ ]
[ UK /θˈiəɹɪst/ ]
- someone who theorizes (especially in science or art)
How To Use theorist In A Sentence
- Nilufer Bharucha, faculty in the department of English and project coordinator, explained that the term diaspora means to be scattered or dispersed across national boundaries, and has been self-consciously used today by postcolonial theorists to describe those who got displaced from their home owing to colonial politics and post-colonial economic realities. Analysis
- All this seems to contradict the expectation of the manipulation theorists.
- Cultural theorist Charles Mudede has written extensively on pop music, specifically hiphop.
- The framework of the balanced constitution and mixed government was broadly accepted by political theorists and practising politicians alike. Democracy and its Critics - Anglo-American democratic thought in the nineteenth century
- Now, from the left, comes a ragtag assortment of college kids, labor unionists, conspiracy theorists and others who've taken to the streets in protests dubbed "Occupy Wall Street.
- However, particle physicists (such as superstring theorists) tended to view black holes as being just another quantum state. Singularities and Black Holes
- With this technology, theorists can distinguish the values of the two descriptions above, since they are structures with different components (cf. Carnap's  notion of intensional isomorphism). Names
- In an argument that will run and run, he seemed to be inverting the wisdom of a social theorist from a previous age: the message is not only about the medium. Twitter and Facebook cannot change the real world, says Malcolm Gladwell
- According to sense-datum theorists, however, we are rarely, if ever, aware of this indirection in ordinary (veridical) exteroception. Pain
- Not only has the idea of schooling spread across the globe but, argue world culture theorists, schooling all over the world takes the same general form.