(äb skyo̵or′ən tiz′əm, əb-)
- opposition to human progress or enlightenment
- the practice of being deliberately obscure or vague
See obscurantism in American Heritage Dictionary 4
- The principles or practice of obscurants.
- A policy of withholding information from the public.
a. A style in art and literature characterized by deliberate vagueness or obliqueness.
b. An example or instance of this style.
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