Definition of generalism in English:

generalism

noun

  • See generalist

    • ‘His research seeks to elaborate the spatial context of niche-width theory to make more relevant the fitness strategy of polymorphism and include multiunit expressions of specialism and generalism.’
    • ‘These don't demand some sort of empty generalism.’
    • ‘Without the BFAs that design jobs required, or knowledge of the multitude of languages needed to be a ‘developer,’ many turned to related specific subdisciplines into which their generalism could be expanded.’
    • ‘But I am apparently not alone in dicing with the devil of generalism.’
    • ‘At postgraduate level the Renaissance School will offer advanced specialist training in generalism to keep generalists firmly based in ‘whole patient medicine.’’