Our reviewer Michael Caines asks if the eclecticism adds up to an adventure.
They have failed, like all the juste-milieux of the world, and are laughed at for their eclecticism.
On the contrary, our own gropings, eclecticism, and archaeology are the symptoms of impotence.
Christianity was not eclecticism, which, for lack of principles of its own, borrows whatever may seem good.
Hydropathy gives him fits, and eclecticism almost, lays him out.
With psychology as a starting-point, and eclecticism as a method, Cousin attempted to establish a spiritualist doctrine.
He is recognized for the comprehensiveness and eclecticism of his approach.
Baudry is perhaps the nearest of the really great men to the Bolognese order of eclecticism.
But many Alsatians did not trust this eclecticism and this liberty.
Here is introduced another keyword of this eclecticism—the word Bhakti.