prelection


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Synonyms for prelection

a usually formal oral communication to an audience

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11) Or, in Tilliette's words: "Elle est composee en majeure partie de savantes et pointilleuse prelections d'Aristote.
I am, however, profoundly moved by the sometimes small and sometimes grand religious prelections of ordinary men and women who have raised their flawed and uncertain voices to God.
He has been able to introduce the young Theaetetus, the pivot of the whole plot, to genuine philosophy, not by means of prelections on the subject but by means of an activity in which they both engage.