peripatetic

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A disciple of Aristotle; an Aristotelian

And though it be True indeed, that some Aristotelians have occasionally written against the Chymical Doctrine he Oppugnes, yet since they have done it according to their Principles, And since our Carneades must as well oppose their Hypothesis as that of the Spagyrist, he was fain to fight his Adverfaries with their own Weapons, Those of the Peripatetick being Improper, if not hurtfull for a Person of his Tenents ; besides that those Aristotelians, (at Least, those he met with,) that have written against the Chymists, seem to have had so little Experimental Knowledge in Chymical Matters, that by their frequent Mistakes and unskilfull way of Oppugning, they have too often expos'd Themselves to the Derision of their Adversaries, for writing so Confidently against what they appear so little to understand.

Of or pertaining to the philosophy or methods of Aristotle, or to his followers
One who walks about; a pedestrian; an itinerant
tending to walk about
Having to do with Aristotle, his philosophy, or the school of thought which he founded
constantly travelling; itinerant; nomadic
One who accepts the philosophy of Aristotle or his school; an Aristotelian
walking about
{a} relating to Aristotle walking
walking about, usually while studying
{i} Aristotelian, follower of the philosophy of Aristotle (ancient Greek philosopher)
\per-uh-puh-TET-ik\, adjective: 1 Of or pertaining to walking about or traveling from place to place; itinerant 2 Of or pertaining to the philosophy taught by Aristotle (who gave his instructions while walking in the Lyceum at Athens), or to his followers
a person who walks from place to place traveling especially on foot; "peripatetic country preachers"; "a poor wayfaring stranger
Of or pertaining to the philosophy taught by Aristotle (who gave his instructions while walking in the Lyceum at Athens), or to his followers
a person who walks from place to place
{s} moving, wandering, nomadic; occurring while walking about
Aristotelean
Walking about; itinerant
Walking or travelling about Of or pertaining to Aristotle, or the Aristotelian school of philosophy, who taught philosophy while walking in the Lyceum in ancient Athens [30]
{i} drifter, wanderer, vagabond
traveling especially on foot; "peripatetic country preachers"; "a poor wayfaring stranger"
Greek for "walking around " Specifically applied to followers of the philosopher Aristotle
If someone has a peripatetic life or career, they travel around a lot, living or working in places for short periods of time. Her father was in the army and the family led a peripatetic existence. travelling from place to place, especially in order to do your job (péripatétique, from , from , from peripatein )
adj Walking about Relating to the philosophy of Aristotle, who, while expounding it, moved from place to place in order to avoid his pupil's objections A needless precaution -- they knew no more of the matter than he
a follower of Aristotle or an adherent of Aristotelianism
\Per'i*pa*tet"ic\, 1: a Walking about; itinerant; traveling esp on foot 2: n one who walks from place to place; wanderer; vagrant
peripatetical
wayfaring
A peripatetic
peripatecian
Peripatetics
plural of Peripatetic
peripatetic
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