antiscientific

antiscientific

(ˌæntɪˌsaɪənˈtɪfɪk)
adj
opposed to the principles, methods, or aims of science
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For too long, history, along with the humanities and social sciences generally, has been grounded in ideologies that were either unscientific or antiscientific.
Even Crichton himself acknowledged an antiscientific undertone: "I'm surprised more people haven't noticed it more than they have .
He goes on to disprove the accusations that it is superstitious, mythical, magical, and antiscientific.
The passage of the Republican establishment into such antiscientific terrain has troubling implications.
And equally disturbing, many of the well-intended evangelical parachurch organizations on secular campuses disqualify themselves in the eyes of those seeking the Lord Jesus once our tradition's antiscientific views become evident (2 Cor.
There's a basic antiscientific attitude in the context of religion that keeps a lid on some kinds of scientific investigations: GOD AND THE FOLLY OF FAITH identifies these connections in a survey recommended for science and religion holdings alike.
Bell mentions as an example of what he perceives as antiscientific nonsense 2 Andrew Milner and Jeff Browitt's defense of Luce Irigaray's statement that Einstein's formula E=mc is masculinist because it privileges what goes fastest.
Murphy's chapter on Roman Catholic attitudes to scientific progress takes on the notion that the church was fundamentally antiscientific, proving that Castleknock College was at the forefront of science education, and that this education was sanctioned by the Catholic hierarchy.
However, Durbach's analysis and other analyses (13) show that it is not correct to portray antivaccinationists indiscriminately as antirational, antimodern, and antiscientific.
One of the works positing this somatically antiscientific textuality is the Dunciad.
Since marriage is the distinctive community dedicated to attaining that ideal, there is nothing antiscientific in asserting, as the magisterium has done repeatedly, that a homosexual relationship is not marriage and that it cannot provide a context equivalent to marriage for the rearing of children.
The literature on spiritualism has shown that, although the movement was fiercely opposed to materialism, it was not antiscientific.