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Definition of the noun academism
What does academism mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: academisms
- orthodoxy of a scholastic variety
Alternative definition of the noun academism
- A style or a work of art which lacks innovation or individualism, being similar to established and much studied art; academic art.
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Its Opportuneness, Its Outlines, and Its Chief Applications by Pierre Laffitte
We must not forget that Science, when isolated and dispersive — of which Academism is the type — may end in the same moral aberrations as this adulterated theology. Under the plea of public health, its teachers are already beginning to ...
Surrealist Women (2000)
by Penelope Rosemont
Academism is a vicious circle. In dance today we see a return to the magic of movement, to natural and subtle human forces. Dance today aspires to exalt, to charm, to hypnotize— to wholly engage the sensibility. It is a matter of restoring to our ...
by Henry Mead
Academism is the result of the adoption by weak painters of the creative artist's personal method of interpreting nature, and the consequent creation of formulae, without contact with nature. (2) The new movement in art is merely an academic ...
by Elmar Waibl
academism - Akademismus m (aes. gep) academy ...
A New Universal Etymological, Technological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language, Embracing All the Terms Used in Science, Literature and Art (1858)
by John CRAIG (F.G.S.)
ACADEMISM, a-kad'em-izm, s. ancient academic philosophy. This is the ...
by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
m academism BR o'kadomizm AM o'kaedo, miz(o)m academy BR o'kadomli, -Iz AM ...
by Metin Heper, Nur Bilge Criss
D Group members were opposed to academism and imitating nature blindly; they placed emphasis on personal interpretation. In 1937, the National Museum of Painting and Sculpture was opened. Since 1939, the state has been organizing ...
by Nat Shapiro
New York Times Magazine, September 27, 1964 Academism results when the reasons for the rule change, but not the rule.
by Allison Lee Palmer
Along the same lines, the classicism seen in late 19th-century academic painting and sculpture, called academism, has been interpreted as revealing a syncretic desire to bring together opposing ideals rather than a continued form of ...
The rhymers' lexicon (1971)
by Andrew Loring, George Saintsbury
whisk abolitionism absolutism abysm academism accidentalism achromatism actinism aestheticism Africanism agnosticism agonism agrarianism agriculturism alcoholism alien ism altruism Americanism anachronism anarchism anathematism ...
Flip Dictionary (2002)
by Barbara Kipfer
traditional: academicism, academism formality: ceremony, conventionality, custom, gesture, procedure, protocol, rite, tradition formally withdraw: secede format: arrangement, pattern, plan, scheme, shape, size, style formation: composition, ...
by Allison Lee Palmer
ACADEMICISM ° I5 classicism and romanticism, and this style is called “ academism,” or more simply, “academic art,” but it is also described as a form of historicism, syncretism, and eclecticism. The academy, or acade'mie, as it was called in ...
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Video shows what Academism means. The philosophy advocated by the Platonic Academy, Platonism, skepticism.. Academism Meaning. How to pronounce ...
Scrabble value of A1C3A1D2E1M3I1S1M3
The value of this 9-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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