Definition of Philosophical doctrine
1. Noun. A doctrine accepted by adherents to a philosophy.
Generic synonyms: Doctrine, Ism, Philosophical System, Philosophy, School Of Thought
Specialized synonyms: Aesthetic, Esthetic, Aristotelianism, Peripateticism, Conceptualism, Confucianism, Deconstruction, Deconstructionism, Empiricism, Empiricist Philosophy, Sensationalism, Environmentalism, Existential Philosophy, Existentialism, Existentialist Philosophy, Determinism, Formalism, Hereditarianism, Idealism, Intuitionism, Logicism, Materialism, Physicalism, Mechanism, Mentalism, Nativism, Naturalism, Neoplatonism, Nominalism, Operationalism, Platonism, Realism, Pragmatism, Probabilism, Rationalism, Naive Realism, Realism, Relativism, Scholasticism, Semiology, Semiotics, Sensationalism, Sensualism, Solipsism, Stoicism, Subjectivism, Daoism, Taoism, Teleology, Traditionalism, Vitalism
Lexicographical Neighbors of Philosophical Doctrine
Literary usage of Philosophical doctrine
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Philosophy and Civilization in the Middle Ages by Maurice Wulf (1922)
"Harmony of the feudal sense of personal worth with the philosophical doctrine that the individual alone exists. iv. The feudal civilization and the ..."
2. Philosophy and Civilization in the Middle Ages by Maurice Wulf (1922)
"... philosophy distinct from the seven liberal arts and from theology, iii. Harmony of the feudal sense of personal worth with the philosophical doctrine ..."
3. A Critical History of the Christian Doctrine of Justification and Reconciliation by Albrecht Ritschl (1872)
"The religious point of view, in accordance with which Kant, in the third part of his philosophical doctrine of religion, accounts for the possibility of the ..."
4. Studies National and International: Being Occasional Lectures Delivered in by James Lorimer, Robert Flint, Gustave Rolin-Jaequemyns (1890)
"The progressive character which I claim for philosophical doctrine, as opposed to theocratic dogma, involving as ..."
5. Elements of General Philosophy by George Croom Robertson (1896)
"REGULATIVE philosophical doctrine. The Regulation of the Three Phases of Mind. I HAVE made allusion in the first lecture of this course to philosophy as ..."