Definition of Dynamist

1. n. One who accounts for material phenomena by a theory of dynamics.



Definition of Dynamist

1. Noun. A subscriber to the philosophy of dynamism. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Dynamist

1. an adherent of dynamism [n -S] - See also: dynamism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dynamist

dynamicist
dynamicists
dynamicity
dynamick
dynamics
dynamimeter
dynamimeters
dynamin
dynamins
dynamise
dynamised
dynamises
dynamising
dynamism
dynamisms
dynamist (current term)
dynamistic
dynamists
dynamitard
dynamitards
dynamite
dynamite roll
dynamite rolls
dynamited
dynamiter
dynamiters
dynamites
dynamitic
dynamiting
dynamitism

Literary usage of Dynamist

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1. American Observer Medical Monthly (1869)
"As a dynamist can he dissociate pathology and pathological anatomy ? Prof. Wells is a Vitalist, and, as a Vitalist, he recognizes a period in disease where ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899)
"Of course, I do not expect to please the idealist or the dynamist, nor do I expect to kindle the love of those who believe that all philosophizing is in ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899)
"... was elaborated into a doctrine of contradictories by Hegel, is a fallacious logic. Of course, I do not expect to please the idealist or the dynamist, ..."

4. Phases of Early Christianity, Six Lectures by Joseph Estlin Carpenter (1916)
"Loofs has distinguished the first type as dynamist Monarchianism, and the second as Modal- ist Monarchianism.1 (1) The first of these two types was ..."

5. Essays and Miscellaneous Writings by Vere Henry Hobart (1885)
"A true patriot of the Hampden type would disown the policy of the dynamist, and reconcile as one the people of both countries. ..."

6. The Mechanism of the Universe, and Its Primary Effort-exerting Powers: The by Augustus Fendler (1874)
"The idealist and the dynamist are right in saying : matter is no dead ... The whole trouble seems to be that the idealist and dynamist as well as the ..."

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