Definition of Sensism

1. n. Same as Sensualism, 2 & 3.



Definition of Sensism

1. sensationalism [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sensism

sensifacient
sensiferous
sensific
sensificatory
sensify
sensigenous
sensile
sensilla
sensillae
sensillum
sensimeter
sensimilla
sensing
sensing element
sensings
sensism (current term)
sensisms
sensist
sensists
sensitisation
sensitisations
sensitise
sensitised
sensitised antigen
sensitised cell
sensitised culture
sensitiser
sensitisers
sensitises
sensitising

Literary usage of Sensism

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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... as to the nature of mental processes, it is, of course, coloured by the various philosophies of the time. logic in the direction of empiricism, sensism, ..."

2. Pragmatism and the Problem of the Idea by John Thomas Driscoll (1915)
"In the background are found the postulates or assumptions of Pragmatism. The more important of these are: sensism, Evolution and a so-called Scientific ..."

3. Pragmatism and the Problem of the Idea by John Thomas Driscoll (1915)
"The . more important of these are: sensism, Evolution and a so-called Scientific ... Phenomenal Idealism qf sensism is the basic • postulate of Pragmatism. ..."

4. Fundamental Philosophy by Jaime Luciano Balmes (1856)
"... I. CURSORY VIEW OF sensism. 1. HAVING spoken of sensations, we come now to ideas. We must, however, before making this transition, inquire if there be ..."

5. Life of Antonio Rosmini Serbati, Founder of the Institute of Charity by William S. Lockhart (1886)
"No one has written, by the admission of those he wrote against, with greater force than Rosmini, whether against sensism, Idealism, ..."

6. Elementary Course of Christian Philosophy: Based on the Principles of the by Christian Brothers (1893)
"sensism; 2. Criticism or Critique ; 3. The System of Innate Ideas ; 4. ... sensism is a system which affirms sensation to be the only origin of ideas. ..."

7. Dante and Catholic Philosophy in the Thirteenth Century by Frédéric Ozanam, Cathedral library association (1897)
"IDEALISM AND sensism. ND yet, Asia must have been for Dante what it still is for us, a region veiled in the shades of mystery. ..."

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