paradigmaticism etymology

English word paradigmaticism comes from English paradigmatic, English -ism

Detailed word origin of paradigmaticism

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
paradigmatic English (eng) (historical, religion) A writer of memoirs of religious persons, as examples of Christian excellence. (obsolete) Exemplary.. (philosophy) Related as members of a substitution class.. Of or pertaining to a paradigm.
-ism English (eng) (medicine) Used to form names of conditions or syndromes. Used to form names of a tendency of behaviour, action, state, condition or opinion belonging to a class or group of persons, or the result of a doctrine, ideology or principle or lack thereof.. Used to form names of ideologies expressing belief in the superiority of a certain class within the concept expressed by the root word, or a [...]
paradigmaticism English (eng) A strong and rigid allegiance to a paradigm.

Words with the same origin as paradigmaticism

Descendants of -ism
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