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pansophy

(ˈpænsəfɪ) or

pansophism

n
(Philosophy) universal knowledge
[C17: from New Latin pansophia; see pan-, -sophy]
pansophic, panˈsophical adj
panˈsophically adv

pansophy

1. a universal wisdom or encyclopedie learning.
2. a system of universal knowledge; pantology. — pansophic, adj.
See also: Knowledge
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But may of the schools run by White Hat (most of which were later acquired by Pansophic Learning) were inferior, some of them so poorly operated that their governance boards tried to "divorce" themselves from the management firm--moves that the company fought.
Webber also spent 10 years at Pansophic Systems, a software company that grew from a $30 million privately held company to a $230 million publicly traded company during his tenure.
The book is Praeludia Conatuum Pansophicorum--"Preludes to Pansophic Studies"--written by the great Czech-Hungarian educator, Jan Amos Comenius, an early proponent of the Royal Society and longtime friend of John Milton (Young 1932, 16-18, 59).
Comenius never indicated the source of his pansophic aspiration.
Previously was with Marcam (Prism) and Pansophic Systems International (PRMS).
The image was recorded on a Pansophic MP 8770 and printed as a photograph.
Since then, Solomont's $2 million company has provided graphics and presentation products to a long list of hardware and peripherals companies, including IBM, Xerox, DEC, AT&T, Wang, Pansophic, Genigraphics, Polaroid, and 3M.