Words nearby conceptualism
OTHER WORDS FROM conceptualismcon·cep·tu·al·ist, nouncon·cep·tu·al·is·tic, adjectivecon·cep·tu·al·is·ti·cal·ly, adverb
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The Daily Pic: The Italian was such a glutton for order, he could have been the first conceptualist.
She has been a conceptualist and collaborator with Jimmy Katz on a number of photographic projects.
As preliminary to this, it has been already shown that the Conceptualist view of propositions, viz.Analysis of Mr. Mill's System of Logic|William Stebbing
If the term "conceptualist" is admissible, it should be brought down to date, perhaps, by making it "neo-conceptualist."
The conceptualist distinguishes sharply between the image as a psychical existence and the idea, or concept, as logical meaning.
According to the empiricist, the former is the case, according to the conceptualist, the latter.
Conceptualist logicians, who speak of judgments instead of propositions, of course define the judgment in their own language.Logic|Carveth Read