Definition of Simplisms
1. simplism [n] - See also: simplism
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simplisms
Literary usage of Simplisms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Basic Outline of Universology: An Introduction to the Newly Discovered by Stephen Pearl Andrews (1872)
"307, 808, p. 222; t. 810, p. 224; t. 811, do.; the Grand Doctrinal, 1.1118, p. 633. ADJUSTMENTS, of Science, replacing Primitive simplisms, t. 1122, p. 638. ..."
2. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1899)
"... and this privilege, expressly stipulated in a treaty of peace, was guarded by the vigilance of a powerful mediator.155 simplisms and his companions ..."
3. A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present by Edmund Clarence Stedman, Arthur Stedman (1894)
"The Adult Age means the Replacement of Primitive simplisms by cautiously defined Adjustments, the Product of Science or Systematized ..."
4. Delsarte System of Oratory: Including the Complete Works of M. L'abbe by Delaumosne, Angélique Arnaud, François Delsarte (1887)
"Here the simplisms being altogether intellectual, while it is inferior to manifestations in which the being expands harmoniously, it wounds no essential in ..."
5. Passional Hygiene and Natural Medicine: Embracing the Harmonies of Man with by M. Edgeworth Lazurus (1852)
"The amusements, pleasures and dissipations of civilization, are, like its labors, all simplisms : They are unprofitable-often ruinously expensive, ..."