anti–science

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noun an·ti–sci·ence \ˌan-tē-ˈsī-ən(t)s, ˌan-tī-\
variants: or less commonly

antiscience

Definition of anti–science

  1. :  a set or system of attitudes and beliefs that are opposed to or reject science and scientific methods and principles And for a show even remotely about news—as well as a groundbreaking newswoman like Walters—to legitimize McCarthy's dangerous antiscience … is irresponsible and shameful. — James Poniewozik

anti–science

or less commonly

antiscience

adjective an anti-science bias … many currents of irrational, anti-science, anti-intellectual feelings that arise partly from fears and partly from reaction to errors or arrogance among scientists. — Edmund Fuller

anti–scientific

or less commonly

antiscientific

play \ˌan-tē-ˌsī-ən-ˈti-fik, ˌan-tī-\ adjective anti-scientific attitudes

First Known Use of anti–science

1911


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