Related formssol·ip·sis·mal, adjectivesol·ip·sist, noun, adjectivesol·ip·sis·tic [sol-ip-sis-tik] /ˌsɒl ɪpˈsɪs tɪk/, adjective
Can be confusedsolecism solipsism
Examples from the Web for solipsism
But in the age of the iPod, where solipsism has been made sophisticated, they are more right than anyone ever imagined.
Of course, when an entire throng is trying to rise above itself, an epidemic of free-form vulgarity and solipsism ensues.
I realize now that I may have been falling into the trap of solipsism, “who watches the quad,” et cetera, type of thing.On Handling the Data|M. I. Mayfield
This theory is also called Subjective Idealism or Solipsism.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
The philosophic system becomes a solipsism, a pure lyric expression of the appetites of human nature.Creative Intelligence|John Dewey, Addison W. Moore, Harold Chapman Brown, George H. Mead, Boyd H. Bode, Henry Waldgrave, Stuart James, Hayden Tufts, Horace M. Kallen
Thus idealists are wedded to solipsism irrevocably; and it is a happy marriage, only the name of the lady has to be changed.Winds Of Doctrine|George Santayana
British Dictionary definitions for solipsism
Derived Formssolipsist, noun, adjectivesolipsistic, adjective
Word Origin for solipsism
Culture definitions for solipsism
The belief that all reality is just one's own imagining of reality, and that one's self is the only thing that exists.