obscurantism definition

  • noun:
    • The principles or training of obscurants.
    • an insurance policy of withholding information through the general public.
    • A style in art and literature characterized by deliberate vagueness or obliqueness.
    • a good example or example with this design.
    • A state of opposition to man development or enlightenment.
    • becoming intentionally obscure or vague.
    • the device or even the axioms associated with the obscurants.
    • resistance to your development and diffusion of knowledge; a tendency or desire to prevent query or enlightenment; the axioms or techniques of obscurantists.
    • a deliberate work intended to make some thing obscure
    • a policy of opposition to enlightenment or the spread of knowledge

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