Definition of Synthetism
1. Noun. A genre of French painting characterized by bright flat shapes and symbolic treatments of abstract ideas.
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Literary usage of Synthetism
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1. History of Philosophy by Alfred Weber (1896)
"... a priori synthesis, not further to be explained, takes place within us between being and knowledge, calls his system : transcendental synthetism. ..."
2. History of Philosophy by Alfred Weber, Frank Thilly (1896)
"... a priori synthesis, not further to be explain*--!, takes place within us between being and knowledge, calls his system : transcendental synthetism ..."
3. Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic by William Hamilton (1860)
"... to the principle of Common Sense, is known among the German theories by the name of synthetism. His Lor/Ir (the first part of his System of Theoretical ..."
4. A History of Philosophy by Johann Eduard Erdmann, Williston Samuel Hough (1892)
"... hence the two onesided views: realism leading to materialism, and idealism leading to nihilism,—one-sided views which the transcendental synthetism, ..."
5. Medical Lexicon: A Dictionary of Medical Science : Containing a Concise by Robley Dunglison (1868)
"synthetism'US. The aggregate of operations and means for reducing a fracture, and maintaining it reduced: — comprising extension, ..."
6. The History of Language by Henry Sweet (1900)
"... -un of the nominative, we reach the limits of poly- synthetism in Arabic. From a Semitic point of view such formations as English use-ful-ness, ..."