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Definition of the noun academicism
What does academicism mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: academicisms
- orthodoxy of a scholastic variety
Alternative definition of the noun academicism
- A tenet of the Academic philosophy.
- A mannerism or mode peculiar to an academy.
- [arts] traditional or orthodox formalism.
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History, Practice, Theory by Anthony Frost, Ralph Yarrow
Academicism is a great danger: the theme setters wanted to make it ever more complex, at the risk of alienating the public and the bertsolaris themselves (see Garzia 2007). The word ghˉana (pronounced aana) derives, like the Maltese ...
The Minimum Dwelling (2002)
by Karel Teige, Eric Dluhosch
Academicism is a reactionary and retarding force. It artificially props up architecture in its obsolete forms and tries to preserve its outdated technical methods. Academic architecture clings to old craft methods, resisting industrialization and its ...
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 ...
by Elmar Waibl
Akademlsmus m ' academicism, acadernism (aes, gep) Akatalepsie f ' acatalepsy , incomprehensibility (epi) < Skeptizismus, Agnostizismus, Apeiron akausal ' noncausal ...
Sixth Edition by David Thomson
Moderato Cantabile was a deliberate attempt to escape academicism, and tomakea film ofa subject thatnoBritish money would have supported. Sadly,itisa dull film, despitethe sensitive wide-screen explorationofa French provincial town and ...
by Joanna Banham
Such historicism, where British associational notions replaced French academicism, also reclaimed national traditions, resulting in the revival of Gothic structure and Northern Renaissance details, and in the suppression of stone and stucco in ...
by Joan M. Marter
proposed that the Whitney museum collection represented realist and modernist reactions against academicism and idealism ...
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, ...
Volume 1: A - L; Volume 2: M - Z by Patrick Taylor, Frederick I. Case
One of the most significant aspects of the Cuban artistic avant-garde, which during the 1920s and 1930s challenged the existing academicism, was precisely the openness with which Cubans began to view certain areas of culture that had ...
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Video shows what academicism means. The doctrines of Plato's academy; specifically the skeptical doctrines of the later academy stating that nothing can be ...
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Scrabble value of A1C3A1D2E1M3I1C3I1S1M3
The value of this 11-letter word is 20 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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