Scholarliness


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Scholarliness

Angelic Doctor
soubriquet of St. Thomas Aquinas (c. 1225-1274), scholastic philosopher. [Ital. Hist.: Benét, 44]
Bardo
blind antiquarian wrapped up in his scholarly annotations of the classics. [Br. Lit.: George Eliot Romola]
Sixte, Adrien
secluded philosopher, totally preoccupied with theoretical considerations. [Fr. Lit.: Paul Bourget The Disciple in Magill I, 209]
Thaumaste
English scholar who debated with Panurge by gesture alone. [Fr. Lit.: Gargantua and Pantagruel]
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Hence, and following other authors (e.g., Price, 1970; Usdiken, 1996), I have taken the number of citations by article (usually denominated citation density) as an indicator of the level of scholarliness. Although perhaps imperfect, this is the only uniform and consistent indicator I have to estimate the scholarliness level of the production elaborated by these scientific communities.
This textual construction of historical authenticity in turn contests Ranke's efforts to represent history under the auspices of scholarliness and factuality.
The words of the executive council that approved Justice Duggan, saying that he "possesses an unusual combination of scholarliness and pragmatism," (149) appear to ring true through his opinions.
Questions to initiate discussions that focus on defining the differences between scholarship and scholarliness include: What factors contribute to scholarship?
Critics will have difficulty, however, in challenging the scholarliness of Kennedy's methodology, as he endeavors to take competing perspectives seriously, considering their merits with a degree of balance, precision, detail, and candor on issues which are all too often discussed in abstract generality and hyperbole.
Would we be allowed to visit classrooms and see England's budding geniuses engrossed in scholarliness? Something of true English culture to take home with us?
Not only does this study present the welter of images and information in clearly elaborated tables, it also is a most valuable collection of the Tibetan source material, some passages of which have been reproduced in the original Tibetan and translated in a way that highlights the author's scholarliness. It can be said incontrovertibly that this study is indispensable for any further research.
It must not be only academic." While feminist liberation theology "has all the strength and scholarliness of anybody's theology....
In this context, the word 'paradigm' indicates criteria of scholarliness which are recognized within a certain school of reseachers and are put into practice by these researchers, but not in other schools.
Engaging with historical and theatrical evidence, theories of representation, feminist and Marxist critiques, this essay is both highly original and exemplary in its scholarliness and deployment of theory.
This method is often relied upon, and this distracts from the scholarliness of the study.
Scholarliness and its demands are also discussed in Black Athena Revisited, a collection of twenty essays co-edited by Lefkowitz and Guy MacLean Rogers, who proclaim that the "spirit of scholarly endeavor...must always be to get at the truth, no matter how painful our discoveries may be to any or all of us."