Definition of Irrationalists

1. Noun. (plural of irrationalist) ¹



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Definition of Irrationalists

1. irrationalist [n] - See also: irrationalist

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Literary usage of Irrationalists

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1. Pseudo-philosophy at the End of the Nineteenth Century: Vol. 1. An by Ernest Newman (1897)
"... of the fact that his arguments have a certain acuteness that distinguishes them from the clumsy blunderings of his two fellow-irrationalists ; but the ..."

2. A Short History of Freethought, Ancient and Modern by John Mackinnon Robertson (1915)
"It is clear from his works that he lived in an atmosphere of controversy, and had to fight all along with the pious irrationalists who, " because they know ..."

3. The History of English Rationalism in the Nineteenth Century by Alfred William Benn (1906)
"... objection to calling agnostics or any other class of rationalists infidels that there would be to calling their opponents gnostics or irrationalists. ..."

4. Modern Humanists: Sociological Studies of Carlyle, Mill, Emerson, Arnold by John Mackinnon Robertson (1895)
"Does he think to persuade us that irrationalists of all sorts have not passed through just such stages of mental prostration as young Mill did? ..."

5. The Reconstruction of Religion: A Sociological View by Charles Abram Ellwood (1922)
"There is little or no ground for Kidd (Social Evolution) and other irrationalists limiting the function of reason to individual adjustments on the basis of ..."

6. The New Realism: Coöperative Studies in Philosophy by Edwin Bissell Holt (1912)
"Idealists have benevolently assimilated science to a universal consciousness; irrationalists have appealed to revelation for insight that overrules and ..."

7. The New Realism: Coöperative Studies in Philosophy by Edwin Bissell Holt, Walter Taylor Marvin, William Pepperell Montague, Ralph Barton Perry, Walter B. Pitkin, Edward Gleason Spaulding (1912)
"Idealists have benevolently assimilated science to a universal consciousness; irrationalists have appealed to revelation for insight that overrules and ..."

8. Pseudo-philosophy at the End of the Nineteenth Century: Vol. 1. An by Ernest Newman (1897)
"... of the fact that his arguments have a certain acuteness that distinguishes them from the clumsy blunderings of his two fellow-irrationalists ; but the ..."

9. A Short History of Freethought, Ancient and Modern by John Mackinnon Robertson (1915)
"It is clear from his works that he lived in an atmosphere of controversy, and had to fight all along with the pious irrationalists who, " because they know ..."

10. The History of English Rationalism in the Nineteenth Century by Alfred William Benn (1906)
"... objection to calling agnostics or any other class of rationalists infidels that there would be to calling their opponents gnostics or irrationalists. ..."

11. Modern Humanists: Sociological Studies of Carlyle, Mill, Emerson, Arnold by John Mackinnon Robertson (1895)
"Does he think to persuade us that irrationalists of all sorts have not passed through just such stages of mental prostration as young Mill did? ..."

12. The Reconstruction of Religion: A Sociological View by Charles Abram Ellwood (1922)
"There is little or no ground for Kidd (Social Evolution) and other irrationalists limiting the function of reason to individual adjustments on the basis of ..."

13. The New Realism: Coöperative Studies in Philosophy by Edwin Bissell Holt (1912)
"Idealists have benevolently assimilated science to a universal consciousness; irrationalists have appealed to revelation for insight that overrules and ..."

14. The New Realism: Coöperative Studies in Philosophy by Edwin Bissell Holt, Walter Taylor Marvin, William Pepperell Montague, Ralph Barton Perry, Walter B. Pitkin, Edward Gleason Spaulding (1912)
"Idealists have benevolently assimilated science to a universal consciousness; irrationalists have appealed to revelation for insight that overrules and ..."

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