other words for liberalizing
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To study the past in terms of problems of human society is liberalizing.
Through all these agencies, the liberalizing effects of the newer learning were widely diffused.
It hardly went beyond the liberalizing of the last two years of study.
In some technical or scientific schools there are no liberalizing studies, aside from those of a professional character.
Into lives thus circumscribed the Grange came as a liberalizing and uplifting influence.
But upon the study of medicine these endeavors exercised, for the time being, a liberalizing influence.
He believed in the liberalizing influence of the humanities, while he denounced academic arrogance, pedantry and exclusiveness.
The centre of the liberalizing tendencies of the last years of the seventeenth century was Harvard College.
The power of the magistrate has been a liberalizing agency in periods of growth.
I cannot here attempt so much as a sketch of the historical progress of the Liberalizing movement.