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perspectivism

[ per-spek-tuh-viz-uhm ]
/ pərˈspɛk təˌvɪz əm /
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noun Philosophy.
the doctrine that reality is known only in terms of the perspectives of it seen by individuals or groups at particular moments.
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Origin of perspectivism

From the German word Perspektivismus, dating back to 1905–10. See perspective, -ism

OTHER WORDS FROM perspectivism

per·spec·tiv·ist, noun, adjective
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