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Of or relating to Ritschl or his theology; specifically characterized by a rejection of metaphysics in favour of practical moral or value judgements.
A follower of Ritschl or his theology.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in Andover Review. From the name of Albrecht Ritschl, German Protestant theologian + -ian. In use as adjective probably after German ritschlianisch. In use as noun after German Ritschlianer.
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