Translation of reductionism in Spanish:

reductionism

reduccionismo, n.

Pronunciation /rəˈdəkʃəˌnɪzəm//rɪˈdʌkʃ(ə)nɪz(ə)m/

noun

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    reduccionismo masculine
    • The main enemies are psychologism, reductionism, idealism, and the distortion of the phenomena by philosophical systems.
    • Ayer by now thought phenomenalism was unsuccessful in this attempt, and again reductionism would not work for the future cases.
    • But there is always something more to Cocteau's films than the simple reductionism of ordinary interpretation.
    • No less interesting has been the enthusiastic reception of several recent political plays that steered clear of rigid political reductionism.
    • Even for the casually religious, such seeming reductionism can rankle.
    • Her faith, however, is not a simple brand of spiritual reductionism whereupon community and congregational problems can be explained by God.
    • Here the mind is not limited by any reductionism such as religion, caste, nationality etc.
    • Such reductionism is done purposefully to justify military aggression, he added.
    • Even those that oppose simple reductionism do not come close to Myers's ultimate hopes.
    • This tradition, with its suspect promise of simplicity, has a tattered reputation because of its reductionism.
    • This reductionism is an ideological fantasy, rather than a theoretical position resting on solid argument.
    • That does not require that in embracing naturalism one also embrace determinism, physicalism, and reductionism.
    • What is the significance of empiricism or reductionism?
    • Western philosophy today can he characterized by three things: reductionism, rationalism and a belief in progress.
    • Opposing either form of reductionism would be the thesis that both species of causation exist but that neither is analysable in terms of the other.
    • This kind of reductionism is not very useful, and it is also politically paralysing.
    • The problem is called economic reductionism - seeing economic interests at all times and in every case as being the only phenomenon necessary to understand political decisions.
    • What an extraordinarily explicit statement of scientific reductionism!
    • You could say this is an attack on reductionism, or on fundamentalism.
    • In contrast to reductionism, there is the view that testimony is itself a ‘basic’ source of warrant.