Methodist

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Methodist

1. a member of any of the Nonconformist denominations that derive from the system of faith and practice initiated by the English preacher John Wesley (1703--91) and his followers
2. of or relating to Methodism or the Church embodying it (the Methodist Church)
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Insofar as it severs the connection between education and experience it should be counted as a variation on the themes of the Methodistic movement.
Whatever the benefits of these latest adventures in the Methodistic movement, there are costs as well.
Just as a student's character and life situation do not change simply by entering a classroom, so too must the Methodistic denial of this fact be understood as bound up with the student's hopes, fears, or interests.
The point I want to underscore here is that the Methodistic aim to remove all traces of the object of inquiry from the manner of inquiry cannot be achieved when it comes to ethical objects of inquiry.