babelism

babelism

(ˈbeɪbəˌlɪzəm)
n
formal a confusion, particularly a noisy confusion, of speech or ideas
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Among psychoanalysts, the habit of complaining about the "Babelism of theories" has put down roots.
"Joyce and Jolas: Late Modernism and Early Babelism." Journal of Modern Literature 22.2 (Winter 1998-99): 245-252.
Despite some babelism the investors were set optimistically.
The outcome of this conviction is a sort of eclecticism, even babelism, from which we often believe we can draw a lesson of scepticism, either cynical or despairing.