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Eclectic may refer to:
- Eclectic Approach, an approach to education
- Eclecticism, a philosophical movement, artistic movement, etc.
- Eclectic, Alabama, a village of about 1,000 people in central Alabama
- Eclectic Discs, a record label renamed to Esoteric Recordings
- Eclectic Medicine, a combination of herbalism, physical therapies, and the use of other substances in the 19th century
- Eclectic Method, name of an audio-visual remix act
- Eclectic paradigm, an economic theory, published by John H.Dunning in 1980
- Eclectic Shorthand, or cross shorthand, a system of shorthand in the English language, used some during the 19th century
- Eclectic Society (Christian), an English missionary and anti-slavery society, founded in London in 1783
- Eclectic Society (fraternity), an American college fraternity, Phi Nu Theta, founded at Wesleyan University in 1838
- Morning Becomes Eclectic, a radio program, transmitted from Santa Monica, California
- Sounds Eclectic, a radio program
- Eclectic Psychotherapy see Integrative Psychotherapy
- Eclectic Reel, a collection of music by Italian composer Stefano Lentini
- The Eclectics, an Australian all-female band
- Eclectic (album), by Eric Johnson and Mike Stern
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