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  • 1 Platonistic — adjective see Platonism …

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  • 2 Platonistic — See Platonist. * * * …

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  • 3 platonistic — pla·to·nis·tic …

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  • 4 Platonistic — adjective pertaining to or characteristic of or in accordance with Platonism • Pertains to noun: ↑Platonism • Derivationally related forms: ↑Platonism * * * |plātən|istik, tēk adjective 1. often capitalized a …

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  • 5 mathematics, philosophy of — Branch of philosophy concerned with the epistemology and ontology of mathematics. Early in the 20th century, three main schools of thought called logicism, formalism, and intuitionism arose to account for and resolve the crisis in the foundations …

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  • 6 Where Mathematics Comes From — Where Mathematics Comes From: How the Embodied Mind Brings Mathematics into Being (hereinafter WMCF ) is a book by George Lakoff, a cognitive linguist, and Rafael E. Núñez, a psychologist. Published in 2000, WMCF seeks to found a cognitive… …

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  • 7 logic, history of — Introduction       the history of the discipline from its origins among the ancient Greeks to the present time. Origins of logic in the West Precursors of ancient logic       There was a medieval tradition according to which the Greek philosopher …

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  • 8 St. Justin Martyr —     St. Justin Martyr     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Justin Martyr     Christian apologist, born at Flavia Neapolis, about A.D. 100, converted to Christianity about A.D. 130, taught and defended the Christian religion in Asia Minor and at Rome …

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  • 9 The Logos —     The Logos     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Logos     The word Logos is the term by which Christian theology in the Greek language designates the Word of God, or Second Person of the Blessed Trinity. Before St. John had consecrated this term… …

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  • 10 Platonism — noun Date: circa 1570 1. a. the philosophy of Plato stressing especially that actual things are copies of transcendent ideas and that these ideas are the objects of true knowledge apprehended by reminiscence b. Neoplatonism 2. platonic love •… …

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  • 11 Joshua Reynolds — Infobox Artist name = Sir Joshua Reynolds honorific suffix = RA FRS FRSA thumb imagesize = 200px caption = Self portrait birthname = Joshua Reynolds birthdate = birth date|1723|7|16|df=y deathdate = death date and age|1792|2|23|1723|7|16|df=y… …

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  • 12 Objectivity (philosophy) — Objectivity is a central philosophical concept which has been variously defined by sources. A proposition is generally considered to be objectively true when its truth conditions are met and are mind independent that is, not met by the judgment… …

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  • 13 Syntax — Syntactic redirects here. For another meaning of the adjective, see Syntaxis. For other uses, see Syntax (disambiguation). Linguistics …

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  • 14 Christian philosophy — Part of a series on Christianity   …

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  • 15 Zermelo set theory — Zermelo set theory, as set out in an important paper in 1908 by Ernst Zermelo, is the ancestor of modern set theory. It bears certain differences from its descendants, which are not always understood, and are frequently misquoted. This article… …

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  • 16 mereology — Branch of logic, founded by Stanisław Leśniewski, that studies class expressions and the relations between parts and wholes. It rejects the hierarchy of sets generated in set theory through the member of relation and instead proposes a part whole …

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  • 17 John of Jerusalem — ▪ theologian and bishop born c. 356 died 417       theologian and bishop, a strong advocate of the Platonistic Alexandrian tradition during the 5th century doctrinal controversies of the Eastern church, and co author of a celebrated collection of …

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  • 18 Platonic — adjective Of or relating to the ancient Greek philosopher Plato or his philosophies. See Also: Plato, Platonically, Platonism, Platonist, Platonistic, Platonic body, Platonic hydrocarbon, Platonic solid …

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  • 19 Galileo Galilei — (1564–1642) Italian scientist. Although Galileo s distinction belongs to the history of physics and astronomy rather than philosophy, his mature philosophy and methodology of science, particularly as derived from the Dialogue Concerning the Two… …

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  • 20 Platonic — Synonyms and related words: Augustinian, Averroist, Berkeleian, Cartesian, Hegelian, Heideggerian, Heraclitean, Humean, Husserlian, Kantian, Leibnizian, Neo Hegelian, Neo Pythagorean, Neoplatonic, Neoplatonistic, Parmenidean, Peripatetic,… …

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