Eclectics

Eclectics, so-called philosophers who attach themselves to no system, but select what, in their judgment, is true out of others. In antiquity the Eclectic philosophy is that which sought to unite into a coherent whole the doctrines of Pythagoras, Plato, and Aristotle, such as that of Plotinus and Proclus was. There is an eclecticism in art as well as philosophy, and the term is applied to an Italian school which aimed at uniting the excellencies of individual great masters.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Eckmühl * Ecliptic
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Echidna
Echo
Eck, John
Eckermann, Johann Peter
Eckhart, Meister
Eckmühl
Eclectics
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Economy
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Ecstatic Doctor
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Ecumenical Council
Eczema
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Edelinck, Gerard

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