rigour

(redirected from Intellectual rigour)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Related to Intellectual rigour: Intellectual rigor
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for rigour

Synonyms for rigour

References in periodicals archive ?
Bernie brought his academic integrity and deep sense of intellectual rigour to the role, with a clear focus on building the Faculty's scholarly and academic reputation.
All their failures are dissected with thoroughness and intellectual rigour, but with, perhaps, a human failure to appreciate the nature of investigative journalism and the extent of government agencies' efforts to conceal information that might reflect badly upon them if it reached the public domain.
I admired the intellectual rigour he brought to all aspects of the sport as well as the integrity that underpinned everything he did.
Leiden is one of the Netherlands' most respected universities, with a reputation for scientific precision and intellectual rigour.
Surveying his discussion, Jack congratulates himself that 'the essential structure for an artificial, perspectivist updating of the creation myth has been laid down with an intellectual rigour which I have not personally encountered elsewhere in my reading'.
Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach, Nonlinearity, Complexity and Randomness in Economics reveals how true intellectual rigour in economics requires a basis in algorithmic, computable mathematical foundations.
He has been an outstanding Chairman and the Bank has benefited greatly from his intellectual rigour and sound advice and judgment.
What they were seeking for instead was grittiness and intellectual rigour, and they achieved those qualities magnificently in two works arranged for string orchestra.
Annabel Turpin, artistic director of Arc, said: "We selected 154 Collective for Routes North from more than 40 applications, as we felt they showed a genuine new approach in their work as well as intellectual rigour around their ideas.
LOCAL economists, Lord Robert Skidelsky and Professor Mike Clements of the University of Warwick dented the university's reputation for intellectual rigour by signing a letter in support of the High Speed Rail proposal, HS2, in the Financial Times on Friday, January 6.
He also had a sense of mischief coupled with an intellectual rigour that made him ask questions, and keep on asking them until he got some answers and a pattern began to emerge.
Once more, Wittering-balls dispensed with any pretence of intellectual rigour to lay the burden of blame at Tesco's door.
Academics with no depth of knowledge in accountancy and finance allege that accounting is simple, lacks intellectual rigour and is too vocational.
Murphy sagely touts the advantages of a post-secondary education with passion and intellectual rigour.
Others, though, are less expected - such as the Football Association's first rule book, a work that might lack literary merit and intellectual rigour, but, arguably, has had a major impact on our lives.
Full browser ?