classicism

ˈklæsɪsɪzm сущ.
1) а) классицизм (стиль в литературе, искусстве, архитектуре) б) классическое образование (изучение латыни, греческого, античной литературы и т.д.)
2) приверженность классическим стандартам/формам
3) линг. латинская/греческая идиома to avoid slipping into clumsy classicisms ≈ избегать злоупотребления однобокими греческими идиомами (литературоведение) классицизм следование классическим, античным образцам изучение классических языков и классической литературы латинская или греческая идиома classicism изучение классических языков и классической литературы ~ классицизм;
следование классическим образцам ~ лингв. латинская или греческая идиома

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • Classicism — Clas si*cism, n. A classic idiom or expression; a classicalism. C. Kingsley. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • classicism — classical style in art or literature, 1837, from CLASSIC (Cf. classic) + ISM (Cf. ism) …   Etymology dictionary

  • classicism — [n] simple style; regularity, restraint aesthetic principle, Atticism, balance, Ciceronianism, clarity, class, classicalism, conventional formality, dignity, elegance, excellence, finish, formality, formal style, grandeur, grand style, Hellenism …   New thesaurus

  • classicism — ► NOUN ▪ the following of ancient Greek or Roman principles and style in art and literature, generally associated with harmony and restraint …   English terms dictionary

  • classicism — [klas′ə siz΄əm] n. 1. the aesthetic principles or qualities regarded as characteristic of ancient Greece and Rome; objectivity, formality, balance, simplicity, restraint, etc.: generally contrasted with ROMANTICISM 2. adherence to such principles …   English World dictionary

  • Classicism — For the branch of study in the humanities, see Classics. The Inspiration of a Poet, Nicholas Poussin, 1630 Classicism, in the arts, refers generally to a high regard for classical antiquity, as setting standards for taste which the classicists… …   Wikipedia

  • classicism — classicistic /klas euh sis tik/, adj. /klas euh siz euhm/, n. 1. the principles or styles characteristic of the literature and art of ancient Greece and Rome. 2. adherence to such principles. 3. the classical style in literature and art, or… …   Universalium

  • Classicism — in the arts, refers generally to a high regard for classical antiquity, as setting standards for taste which the classicist seeks to emulate. Classicism is usually contrasted with romanticism; the art of classicism typically seeks to be formal,… …   Mini philosophy glossary

  • Classicism —    In art and architecture, classicism is a term used to refer to a style that has affinities to the visual vocabulary of the Greco Roman era. This style adheres to the Greco Roman ideal of beauty achieved through harmony of proportions,… …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

  • classicism — The aesthetic and cultural perspective guided by admiration for what are perceived as classical qualities: order, maturity, harmony, balance, moderation. The central models for works striving to achieve these qualities are the literary, artistic …   Philosophy dictionary

  • classicism — [[t]klæ̱sɪsɪzəm[/t]] N UNCOUNT Classicism is a style of art practised especially in the 18th century in Europe. It has simple regular forms and the artist does not attempt to express strong emotions …   English dictionary

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