Sentence Examples


  • The upshot is what is called Scholasticism.
  • The upshot is a psychological account of what from one aspect is evidence, from the other, belief.
  • Their upshot, however, had lost its essential importance; for a fresh series of investigations based on a variety of principles had already been started.
  • The upshot was that Hegel arrived at Jena in January 1801.
  • The upshot was the triumph of the Counter-Reformation, and the establishment of its principle, absolutism, as the basis of French government.