Translation of rationalism in Spanish:

rationalism

racionalismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈræʃnəˌlɪzəm//ˈræʃənlˌɪzəm//ˈraʃ(ə)n(ə)lɪz(ə)m/

noun

  • 1

    racionalismo masculine
    • Confucian thought is characterized by a spirit of humanism, rationalism, and moralism.
    • Democratic culture is far richer and more diverse, Stout argues, than the terms of Rawls's etiolated rationalism can capture.
    • Contemporary historians of philosophy challenge this traditional distinction between rationalism and empiricism.
    • Despite the advances of rationalism, a belief in the supernatural has stubbornly remained.
    • Gandy asserts that surveillance is a system based on rationalism, which is illustrated in various practices at Jones and Smith.
    • As different as Locke and Hume's empiricism was from Descartes' rationalism, they had something in common.
    • The Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard rejected this rationalism, correctly seeing that such thinking leads to loss of all meaning.
    • For 2000 years, philosophers had to choose whether they followed Plato and his rationalism, or Aristotle and his empiricism.
    • This battle for God was an attempt to fill the void at the heart of a society based on scientific rationalism.
    • It must ask, as Kant asked about metaphysics after Hume's critique of rationalism, how is philosophy still possible?
    • These women rejected their contemporaries' scientific rationalism and positivism in favour of a profound respect for local knowledges.
    • The hidden premiss of rationalism led Spinoza to the conclusion that there is only one substance.
    • At the beginning of university, I was influenced by rationalism and humanism.
    • This is to extend the ambition of rationalism to practical reason.
    • Her description of economic rationalism is primarily based on its enemies' assumptions, not on economic rationalists' actual views.
    • Jacobi's version of Pascal's wager was also decisive for another later religious critic of secular rationalism, Søren Kierkegaard.
    • Scientific rationalism is grounded on normative principles and expresses a specific hierarchy of values.
    • Western philosophy today can he characterized by three things: reductionism, rationalism and a belief in progress.
    • The result of these new realizations is that we can now problematize or relativize secular rationalism.
    • Even philosophical critics of rationalism pay reason the back-handed compliment of arguing against its pretensions.