The Collaborative International Dictionary
Theoretics \The`o*ret"ics\, n. The speculative part of a science; speculation.
At the very first, with our Lord himself, and his
apostles, as represented to us in the New Testament,
morals come before contemplation, ethics before
--H. B. Wilson.
n. (context sciences English) The theoretical part of a science.
Usage examples of "theoretics".
The theoretics of the contest lends itself to an appreciation of the patient, attritive, grinding down tactics of traditional Quebecois Séparatisteurs such as Les Fils de Montcalm and the Fronte de la Liberation du Quebec, as opposed to the viciousness and brinksmanship of "Le Prochain Train"'s Root Cult's disabled heirs.