Definition of Prescientific

1. Adjective. relating to prescience (rare; compare prescient) ¹



2. Adjective. relating to a stage or time prior to the development of modern science ¹

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Definition of Prescientific

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Prescientific

prescapula
prescapular
preschedule
prescheduled
preschedules
prescheduling
preschool
preschooled
preschooler
preschoolers
preschooling
preschools
prescience
presciences
prescient
prescientific (current term)
prescientifically
presciently
prescind
prescinded
prescinding
prescinds
prescious
prescore
prescored
prescores
prescoring
prescreen
prescreened
prescreening

Literary usage of Prescientific

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The History of European Philosophy: An Introductory Book by Walter Taylor Marvin (1917)
"The survival of prescientific thought.—Before mentioning the first of these modern movements I must stop for a moment to point out that which has changed ..."

2. The History of European Philosophy: An Introductory Book by Walter Taylor Marvin (1917)
"The survival of prescientific thought.—Before mentioning the first of these modern movements I must stop for a moment to point out that which has changed ..."

3. The Essence of Stigler by George Joseph Stigler, Kurt R. Leube, Thomas Gale Moore (1986)
"I begin by distinguishing the prescientific stage of a discipline from its ... The prescientific stage is characterized in part by the incompleteness of the ..."

4. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1902)
"The prescientific man finds rest and peace in the thought that a certain belief is ... In the prescientific man there is a resistance to growth and this ..."

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