A combining form or prefix signifying false, counterfeit, pretended, spurious; as, pseudo-apostle, a false apostle; pseudo-clergy, false or spurious clergy; pseudo-episcopacy, pseudo- form, pseudo-martyr, pseudo-philosopher
An arrangement that in effect grants a scholarship to a student, without being considered on a par with a real or standard scholarship
These jobs, which require students to prove financial need, serve as pseudo-scholarships, enabling some students to afford college. (Greg Gottesman, Daniel Baer, College Survival 7th Ed., Peterson's (2004), p. 212.).
Any body of publications purported to be scholarly or supported by critical scholarship but which fails to comply with scholarly standards
But once we are willing to allow one kind of pseudo-scholarship a foothold, the main rationale for closing the gates to others must logically come from judging the motivation behind them (Scott McConnell, 'When Pretension Reigns Supreme', New York Post, 22 May 1996, reprinted in Alan D. Sokal (ed.), The Sokal hoax: the sham that shook the academy, University of Nebraska Press, 2000, p. 87).
flourished 500 Probably a Syrian monk. Under the pseudonym Dionysius the Areopagite, he wrote a series of treatises that united Neoplatonic philosophy (see Neoplatonism), Christian theology, and mystical experience. Their doctrinal content covers the Trinity, the angelic world, and the Incarnation and redemption and provides an explanation of all that is. His treatise "On Divine Names" discusses the nature and effects of contemplative prayer. The Dionysian corpus was absorbed into Greek and Eastern Christian theologies and also influenced mystics in the Western church. Thomas Aquinas was among those who wrote commentaries on the works
The physically apparent but nonexistent force needed by an observer in a noninertial frame to make Newton's laws of motion hold true. The centrifugal force is a pseudo force. Also called fictitious force
Pseudo- is used to form adjectives and nouns that indicate that something is not the thing it is claimed to be. For example, if you describe a country as a pseudo-democracy, you mean that it is not really a democracy, although its government claims that it is. pseudo-intellectual images. false or not real
An semi-formal computer language that is intended to be executed by a standard ``random access machine'', which is a machine model with a central processing unit and access to a numerically indexed unbounded memory This machine model is representative of the typical one-processor computer Pseudo-code is similar to programming languages such as BASIC, Pascal, or C, but does not have specialized instructions for human interfaces, file management, or other ``external'' devices Its main use is to describe algorithms and enable machine-independent analysis of the algorithms' resource usage
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