Atomism synonyms

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(Physics) Any of several theories that explain the structure of the atom, and of subatomic particles.
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(chemistry) any theory in which all matter is composed of tiny discrete finite indivisible indestructible particles
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(chemistry) any theory in which all matter is composed of tiny discrete finite indivisible indestructible particles
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The definition of holism is a theory suggesting that parts can only be understood in relation to the whole.
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Alternative form of Neopythagoreanism.
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A major system of Hindu philosophy that assumes matter and spirit to be the two ultimate, completely distinct principles of reality
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The scholastic philosophy of Duns Scotus and his followers
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The theological and philosophical doctrines or system of Saint Thomas Aquinas and his followers
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The ethical doctrine that personal happiness is the chief good and the proper aim of action, esp. such happiness conceived of in terms of well-being based on virtuous and rational self-realization
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(Philosophy) The doctrine that some mental phenomena cannot be explained by physical laws.
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The doctrine that reality is an organic whole without independent parts
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The doctrine holding that abstract concepts, general terms, or universals have no independent existence but exist only as names.
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The theory that living processes are a function of the entire, coordinated, autonomous system of an organism, rather than of any of its parts
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(Philos.) Any theory holding that will, rather than reason or intelligence, is the basic factor in human behavior or that some force analogous to will is the dominant constituent of reality
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Find another word for atomism. In this page you can discover 30 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for atomism, like: atomic-theory, atomist theory, atomistic theory, holism, fichteanism, heideggerianism, heracliteanism, leibnizianism, mimamsa, and neo-pythagoreanism.