the style, assumptions, techniques, practices, etc., typifying or regarded as typifying scientists.
the belief that the assumptions, methods of research, etc., of the physical and biological sciences are equally appropriate and essential to all other disciplines, including the humanities and the social sciences.
scientific or pseudoscientific language.
the application of, or belief in, the scientific method
the uncritical application of scientific or quasi-scientific methods to inappropriate fields of study or investigation
noun 1. an expert in science, especially one of the physical or natural sciences. noun 1. a person who studies or practises any of the sciences or who uses scientific methods noun 1. (Christian Science) Christ as supreme spiritual healer 2. short for Christian Scientist See Christian Scientist
adjective 1. characterized by or having an exaggerated belief in the principles and methods of science. 2. of, relating to, or characterized by scientism.
verb (used with object), scientized, scientizing. 1. to apply or attempt to apply scientific principles to: to scientize art criticism.
noun 1. trademark the philosophy of the Church of Scientology, a nondenominational movement founded in the US in the 1950s, which emphasizes self-knowledge as a means of realizing full spiritual potential noun a controversial belief system developed by L. Ron Hubbard, based on a person being an immortal spiritual being whose survival depends on him/herself […]