Synonyms for propaedeutics or Related words with propaedeutics

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Examples of "propaedeutics"
00 Prolegomena. Fundamentals of knowledge and culture. Propaedeutics
Propaedeutics may be defined as knowledge necessary for learning, but not for proficiency .
Thus we find in the catalogues of lectures to be delivered in German universities medical propaedeutics, &c., enumerated."
Propaedeutics or propedeutics is a historical term for an introductory course into a discipline: art, science, etc. Etymology: pro- + Greek: "paideutikós", "pertaining to teaching".
all its ramifications. The term propaedeutics is often, of course, merely relative : thus philology belongs to the propaedeutics of history, while it is itself the main study of a certain class of scholars. The term, however, in its common use, is generally restricted to the body of knowledge, and of rules necessary for the study of some particular science — rules which originate in the application of the general laws of science or art to a particular department.
Sylvester was born 19 September 1965 in Amsterdam. Between 1977 and 1984 she followed VWO education in Amsterdam. She earned a propaedeutics in cultural anthropology at the University of Amsterdam in 1985.
Today Lyceum is a highly skilled scientific pedagogical collective that unites seven departments at O.O. Bogomolets National medical university (medical and biological physics, biology, bioorganic, biological and pharmaceutical chemistry, medical and general chemistry, foreign language, Latin language, propaedeutics of internal medicine No 1), medical gymnasium No 33 in c. Kyiv.
Asscher went to the Christelijk Gymnasium Sorghvliet in The Hague. He studied psychology (propaedeutics in 1995) and Dutch law (master's degree in 1998) at the University of Amsterdam in Amsterdam. In 2002, he received his PhD in law from the University of Amsterdam.
After his return home, he was made chaplain at Alzenau, 3 October 1845. On 25 October 1847, he was appointed assistant, and on 20 May 1852, subregent, in the ecclesiastical seminary of Würzburg. On 1 June 1856, he became extraordinary professor, and on 16 May 1857, ordinary professor, of patrology and propaedeutics in the University of Würzburg.
In 1898, Mayreder was made a professor extraordinarius for Propaedeutics of Architecture. In 1900, he was named a professor ordinarius for Architecture in Antiquity. He was furthermore the driving power behind the introduction of a Chair for Town Planning at the University of Technology. From 1923, he held the position of rector at the university, but in 1925 he was forced into early retirement through ill health. In 1929, he was named an honorary doctor of the Graz University of Technology.
After graduating in medicine at Würzburg, Germany (1895), he became a professor of surgery in the first propaedeutics Medical Faculty in Sofia and wrote the first textbooks on surgery. In 1895, as a medical student, Stoyanov climbs Mt. Grand Combin, Switzerland, reaching 4318 m, and was greeted by Aleko Konstantinov, who is considered a pioneer of Bulgarian alpinism. This is the first documented ascent of a Bulgarian to a height greater than 4000 m.
Born and raised in The Hague, In 't Veld grew attended the gymnasium from 1953 to 1959. In 1959 he obtained his Propaedeutics in economics at the Netherlands School of Economics in Rotterdam (nowadays Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam). He continued to study law at the University of Leiden, where he obtained his MA in 1964. Later in 1975 he obtained his PhD in law thesis "Majority System Theory and Prosperity".
High schools offer in Příbram includes two gymnasiums, technical school, business academy, medical school and training college. Gymnasium Příbram was founded 1871 and serves as a general educational propaedeutics institutions for applicants for university studies. The Pod Svatou Horou gymnasium was founded in the 1990s. The technical school was derived from the preliminary courses of the Mining University, so called Mining School, founded already in 1851. In 2006 the school had 564 students.
Pogor's translation also produced mixed results. Scholar Dan Mănucă believes that the Romanian author found Baudelaire to be "more of a picturesque eccentric and, certainly, not at all a literary innovator"; for this reason, he only looked to Baudelaire's tamer writings, that excluded "scandal". Pogor's version of Hugo's "Conscience" made a positive impression, and was quoted by Grigore Pletosu in his propaedeutics to philosophy (1899).
His field of activity within Esperanto Studies includes lexicography, etymology, Esperanto offshoots (called Esperantidos) and language propaedeutics within the scope of cybernetic pedagogy. First classifications of Esperantidos are made by him. Furthermore, he deals with Volapük, Interlingue, Interlingua, Glosa and Ido and edited an Esperantido magazine called "Nova Provo" (i.e. New Attempt) in the 1990s. He has contributed to various reference books and tools of Esperanto, including the Plena Ilustrita Vortaro de Esperanto of 2002.
Since Prussia began to allow women to formally attend university only from the winter semester of 1908–09, Löbenstein and her friend Margarete Kahn first attended the universities of Berlin and Göttingen as guest students. They studied mathematics, physics, and propaedeutics at Berlin and Göttingen. Löbenstein's field of expertise was algebraic geometry. Together with Kahn she made a contribution to Hilbert's sixteenth problem. Hilbert's sixteenth problem concerned the topology of algebraic curves in the complex projective plane; as a difficult special case in his formulation of the problem Hilbert proposed that there are no algebraic curves of degree 6 consisting of 11 separate ovals. Löbenstein and Kahn developed methods to address this problem.
Friedrich von Müller (17 September 1858, Augsburg – 18 November 1941, Munich) was a German physician remembered for describing Müller's sign. He was the son of the head of the medical department in the hospital in Augsburg. He studied natural sciences in Munich and medicine in Munich, under Carl von Voit, and Würzburg. He was awarded his doctorate in Munich in 1882, and became assistant to Carl Jakob Adolf Christian Gerhardt in Würzburg and later Berlin. He was habilitated in internal medicine in 1888 and became professor of clinical propaedeutics and laryngology in Bonn. He moved to Breslau in 1890, Marburg in 1892, and Basel in 1899, before returning to Munich in 1902.
In 1938 Bense initially worked as a physicist at the Bayer AG in Leverkusen. After the outbreak of World War II he was a soldier, firstly as a meteorologist, then as a medical technician in Berlin and Georgenthal, where he was mayor for a short time after the end of the war. In 1945 the University of Jena appointed him to curator (Chancellor of the University) and offered him the possibility of postdoctoral work (habilitation), which was likely to be cumulative, at the Social-Pedagogic Faculty, which was followed by an appointment to Professor extraordinarius of philosophical and scientific propaedeutics.
Šercer published 170 scientific papers, among which outstanding places belong to his works in the field of otolaryngological propaedeutics and clinical treatment, plastic surgery of the nose and ear, oral surgery and tonsilar problems. His method of presenting the infrastructure of the nose through decortication gained world attention. He was among the first in Europe to treat otosclerosis by surgery and worked out a special theory about the etiopathogenesis of this illness. He initiated and was the editor in chief of a Croatian "medical Encyclopedia", which was one of the first books of that kind in the world.
Dr. Niko Miljanić (Serbian Cyrillic: Нико Миљанић) (1892–1957) a Serbian anatomist and surgeon, was one of the founders of the Belgrade Medical School, which is today part of the University of Belgrade, and has held the first lecture on the newly formed school on December 12, 1920. He has been a full professor of anatomy during the period 1920—1934, then held lectures on surgery propaedeutics from 1935 until 1947. He was relieved from the faculty in 1954. Professor Miljanić was the author of the first textbooks of anatomy in Serbian, a monograph on asepsis, as well as a lot of scientific articles on anatomy and surgery in different journals in Yugoslavia and abroad. As a French ex-pupil he was elected president of the French ex-pupils Association and the founder of the bilingual Serbian-French journal "Anali medicine i hirurgije" ("Annals of Medicine and Surgery"), published 1927-1934.