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  • n. Plural form of Paracelsian.

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Examples

  • Characteristic of the Paracelsians was their firm opposition to the dominant Aristotelian-Galenic tradition of the universities.

    ALCHEMY

  • Is it full of spirits which inhabit it, as the Paracelsians and Platonists hold, the higher the more noble, [3082] full of birds, or a mere vacuum to no purpose?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Paracelsians or the empty shell of Aristotelianism.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • For a bibliography of Paracelsus and the later Paracelsians see

    ALCHEMY

  • The Paracelsians sought to interpret their world in terms of alchemy or chemistry.

    ALCHEMY

  • The Paracelsians approached medicine in a similar fashion.

    ALCHEMY

  • An important example may be found in Ger - hard Dorn's defense of the Paracelsians which he based on an analysis of the “Physics of Genesis” and the

    ALCHEMY

  • The Paracelsians constantly called for a new observational approach to nature, and for them chemistry or alchemy seemed to be the best example of what this new science should be.

    ALCHEMY

  • The Paracelsians were quick to offer an alchemical

    ALCHEMY

  • The Paracelsians were quick to offer an alchemical interpretation of Genesis.

    Alchemy

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