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Definition of Principiant

  • Relating to principles or beginnings.

How to use principiant in a sentence. Principiant pronunciation.

La quintessence graduée n'était que l'auxiliaire des forces; la médecine de chaque règne devait se tirer de ce règne même avec addition du mercure principiant, terrestre ou minéral, et du mercure vivant synthétisé ou magnétisme humain.
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If the principiant view of the forces which control the history of philosophy, and of the progress of modern philosophy, expressed in the Introduction and in the Retrospect at the end of the book, have not been everywhere verified in detail from the historical facts, this is due in part to the limits, in part to the pedagogical aim, of the work.
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Their merit consists in the principiant expression and accentuation and the systematic development of ideas which the Middle Ages had produced, and which in part belong to the common stock of Scholastic science, in part constitute the weapons of attack for bold innovators.
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We turn next from the popular introduction and dissemination of Locke's doctrines, which left their contents unchanged, to their principiant development by the French sensationalists.
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The philosophy of the Illumination is related to that of Kant as argument to science, as halting mediation to principiant resolution, as patchwork to creation out of full resources, yet at the same time as wish to deed and as negative preparation to positive achievement.
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Although both thinkers start from a principiant equal valuation of the two phenomenal manifestations of the absolute, nature and spirit, Spinoza tends to posit thought in dependence on extension (the soul represents what the body is), while in Schelling, conversely, the Fichtean preference of spirit is still potent (the state and art stand nearer to the absolute identity than the organism, although, principiantly considered, the greatest possible approximation to the equilibrium of the real and the ideal is as much attained in the one as in the other).
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Examples of Principiant

Example #1
L'usage de cette médecine devait être triple: par sympathie, par répulsion ou par équilibre.
Example #2
Cette loi est celle du mouvement combiné avec la substance, du fixe avec le volatil, de l'humide avec le solide; ce mouvement a pour principe l'impulsion divine, et pour instrument la lumière universelle, éthérée dans l'infini, astrale dans les étoiles et les planètes, métallique, spécifique ou mercurielle dans les métaux, végétale dans les plantes, vitale dans les animaux, magnétique ou personnelle dans les hommes.
Example #3
Thus, in particular, more space has for pedagogical reasons been devoted to the "psychological" explanation of systems, as being more popular, than in our opinion its intrinsic importance would entitle it to demand.
Example #4
In the discussion of phenomena of minor importance it has been impossible to avoid the _oratio obliqua_ of exposition; but, wherever practicable, we have let the philosophers themselves develop their doctrines and reasons, not so much by literal quotations from their works, as by free, condensed reproductions of their leading ideas.
Example #5
The dogmatic system is an envelopment which religion accepts with a smile.
Example #6
The concepts and principles of theology are valid only as descriptions and presentations of feelings, not as cognitions; by their unavoidable anthropomorphic character alone they are completely unfitted for science.