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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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The viewpoint that knowledge is derived from pure reason.

Usage examples (36)
  • Your statement about anti-intellectualism is right on the money.
  • But I'm afraid that won't have any effect on an unhinged base for whom anti-intellectualism is a virtue.
  • Creatures of true thought should check spelling and grammer if their presentment of educated intellectualism is to be taken seriously.
  • I certainly don’t believe intellectualism is a negative characteristic in a person. for more
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