Definición de propaedeutic en inglés:

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propaedeutic

Pronunciación: /ˌprəʊpɪˈdjuːtɪk/
formal

adjetivo

(Of an area of study) serving as a preliminary instruction or as an introduction to further study.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • His lectures and then his writings became highly significant propaedeutic resources, and many of his collections were taken up by the University botanical garden and then later by the Fitzwilliam Museum.
  • In this example, primarily for propaedeutic reasons, Fergie's performance is problematised.
  • However, this sort of overarching perspective only has the propaedeutic function of pointing our attention in a certain direction.

sustantivo

An introduction to a subject or area of study.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Logic, sometimes called philosophia rationales, forms the introduction or propaedeutic to both.
  • This support of the fabrication of the transcendent in its different modes, all of which, according to Diotima, come under the same propaedeutic: love of beauty.
  • His reading thus provides us with a propaedeutic to the memorial potential of art after Auschwitz.

Derivados

propaedeutical

adjetivo

Origen

Late 18th century: from pro-2 'before' + Greek paideutikos 'of or for teaching', suggested by Greek propaideuein 'teach beforehand'.

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Saltos de línea: pro|pae¦deutic

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