Paré, however, met with the usual fate of innovators and reformers.
After such avowals, what can we think of the doctrine of this chief of the innovators?
The innovators had every defender of the mos maiorum for an adversary.
Because of it all innovators have been at war with the public conscience of their time.
First, he was the true originator of the principles and methods of the Innovators.
All ranks, all varieties of character, joined the ranks of the innovators.
Might not a history of our literature be written by neglecting the innovators?
But this minority was denounced by the orthodox as innovators and triflers.
Many-sidedness was almost essential as a pretext for the Innovators.
They do not object to innovators because what they innovate is bad; they object to innovators because they innovate.