philosophical doctrine

philosophical doctrine
a doctrine accepted by adherents to a philosophy
aesthetic, ↑esthetic, ↑Aristotelianism, ↑peripateticism, ↑conceptualism, ↑Confucianism, ↑deconstruction, ↑deconstructionism, ↑empiricism, ↑empiricist philosophy, ↑sensationalism, ↑environmentalism, ↑existentialism, ↑existential philosophy, ↑existentialist philosophy, ↑determinism, ↑formalism, ↑hereditarianism, ↑idealism, ↑intuitionism, ↑logicism, ↑materialism, ↑physicalism, ↑mechanism, ↑mentalism, ↑nativism, ↑naturalism, ↑Neoplatonism, ↑nominalism, ↑operationalism, ↑Platonism, ↑realism, ↑pragmatism, ↑probabilism, ↑rationalism, ↑naive realism, ↑relativism, ↑Scholasticism, ↑semiotics, ↑semiology, ↑sensualism, ↑solipsism, ↑Stoicism, ↑subjectivism, ↑Taoism, ↑Daoism, ↑teleology, ↑traditionalism, ↑vitalism

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