antiknowledge

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

anti- +‎ knowledge

Adjective[edit]

antiknowledge (comparative more antiknowledge, superlative most antiknowledge)

  1. Opposing knowledge.
    • 1996, Eric Donald Hirsch, The schools we need and why we don't have them, page 54:
      It is not too much to say that an antiknowledge attitude is the defining element in the worldview of many early-childhood educators and reformers.