• Definition for "externalism"
    • extortionate anxiety about outer situations or appearances.
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externalism definition

  • noun:
    • extortionate anxiety about outer situations or appearances.
    • Excessive regard to outward acts or appearances, particularly in faith. The denial of internalism.
    • The act of judging by outward appearance or functions.
    • the fact that just things that may be observed by senses are real.
    • the grade of becoming manifest into the sensory faculties; exterior functions or appearances; respect for externals.
    • That viewpoint or doctrine which recognizes or deals just with externals, or things of feeling perception; positivism; phenomenalism.
    • Same as phenomenalism.
    • interest or devotion to externals; specially, undue regard to externals, as of religion.
    • exorbitant nervous about external circumstances or appearances.
    • Excessive reference to outward acts or appearances, especially in religion. The denial of internalism.
    • The act of judging by outward look or functions.
    • the fact that only things that can be seen by senses are genuine.
    • the standard of being manifest into the senses; exterior acts or appearances; respect for externals.
    • That viewpoint or doctrine which acknowledges or deals only with externals, or objects of sense perception; positivism; phenomenalism.
    • Same as phenomenalism.
    • interest or commitment to externals; especially, excessive reference to externals, since faith.
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