antibarbarus

antibarbarus

(ˌæntɪˈbɑːbərəs)
n
a list of words and sayings to be avoided in the classical usage of a language
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El mismo Leibniz se habia interesado por la obra de Mario Nizolio (1488-1576), humanista y filosofo que enseno en Brescia, y del que hizo reimprimir en 1670 De veris principiis et vera ratione philosophandi contra pseudophilosophos libri IV, con el titulo Antibarbarus Philosophicus, sive Philosophia Scholasticorum impugnata lib.
Marcus Beck discusses the Antibarbarus (1677) and its sequel, Curaeposteriores (1680), of Christoph Cellarius, first director of the Collegium elegantioris litteraturae at Halle University.
Nor will his Dijalekticki Antibarbarus ("The Dialectical Antibarbarus"), a polemic against Stalinism, which could have lost him his head, see the light of English soon, although in a better world it would be studied by every Anglo-American Slavicist and historian of Communism.