Definition of Antirealism

1. Noun. (philosophy) Any position involving denial of objective reality of certain entities, or denial that certain general statements are either true or false. ¹



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Definition of Antirealism

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Antirealism

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antirealism (current term)
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Literary usage of Antirealism

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1. Modern Daughters: Conversations with Various American Girls and One Man by Alexander Black (1899)
"What y°u would call the monotonous dead level is n't so stupid as the antirealism critics like to make out. Take the present entirely commonplace incident. ..."

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