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- Of pertaining to a style of architecture based on classical models, especially such a style of the 18th century.
- Of or relating to various art styles, as in sculpture and ballet, inspired by older classical forms and conventions.
- (linguistics) Being a recent construction based on older, classical elements.
- The English word "psychopathy" is a neoclassical compound from Ancient Greek roots.
- (economics) Of or relating to an approach that focuses on the determination of prices, outputs, and income distributions in markets through supply and demand.
neoclassical (plural neoclassicals)
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- 2011, Keen, Steve, chapter 2, in Debunking Economics — Revised and Expanded Edition: The Naked Emperor Dethroned?, London & New York: Zed Books, →ISBN, page 9:
- As a result, the media and the public were clamoring for change, supporting the efforts of leading neoclassicals like Milton Friedman to overthrow their Keynesian overlords in the academy.