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1. Sentimentality was the defining feature of old Labour's solipsism.
2. Criticisms of solipsism should therefore count as criticisms of the weak-kneed scepticism embodied in foundationalism.
3. If finally I become wholly submerged in this solipsism there could be no other rational ethic for me than egoism.
4. Such solipsism came to him naturally, but he had applied himself to enhancing it as to an art of self defence.
5. Solipsism—Can be very dangerous for Satanists .
6. We don't accept such solipsism.
7. Collective solipsism, if you like.
8. This is not solipsism.
9. Various philosophers accepted this solipsism to a greater or lesser degree, but it formed the essential tenor of philosophy in the modern world.
10. Solipsism is basically what you get when you try to interpret subjective reality through an objective lens .
11. SR allows for the potentially valid perspective of solipsism as well.
12. Likewise, a pair of cozy coevolutionary symbionts embracing each other can only seem to lead to stagnant solipsism.
13. What mattered, once they were committed to the huge exercise in architectural solipsism, was its completion.
14. These thoughts about rule-following in the mathematical case can be generalised to provide the argument against solipsism that we are looking for.
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15. It was a McBealism, too, one that revealed the paradox of her solipsism.
16. There is no mention of Hegel or Descartes, no study of syllogism or solipsism.
17. At best you're able to adopt the mindset of solipsism within the larger context of OR, but you cannot fit the perspective of SR within an OR framework.
18. He thinks the syntax-semantics stage of "linguistic turn" has not transcended the methodology solipsism.
19. This is not the limited consciousness of your own ego (that would be solipsism), but the larger God-consciousness or Source-level consciousness in which all of reality occurs.
20. If we want to change this situation, we should clear up the abstract character and solipsism of pedagogy knowledge and pay attention to richer and more colorful educational practice.
21. Strange, he thought, can there be a limit to solipsism?
22. Positivism who thought that sense and experience be exclusively related to the proposition became impossible solipsism, this is because sense and experience can be reduced in actual languages.
23. Many seem to regard human rights solely in terms of the guarantees they afford us as individuals: underwriting, as it were, the moral and cultural solipsism of the "me generation".
24. The word you are trying to think of is solipsism.
25. The theory of" life-world" is a way of transcendental reduction, which is also used to overcome the crisis of the solipsism in Husserl's phenomenology.
26. He sharply criticizes the moral outline of minimalist, completely scolding it as solipsism and selfishness.
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