Didacticism

Didacticism is a philosophy that emphasizes instructional and informative qualities in literature, art, and style. In art, design, architecture, and landscape, didacticism is an emerging conceptual approach that's driven by the urgent got to explain. When applied to ecological questions, didacticism in art, design, architecture, and landscape attempts to influence the viewer of environmental priorities; … Continue reading Didacticism

Averroism

Averroism is a Medieval school of philosophy, beginning within the late 13th Century, which was supported the works of the 12th Century Arab philosopher Averroes and his interpretations of Aristotle and his reconciliation of Aristotelianism with the Islamic faith. The movement, which may be considered a kind of Scholasticism, is usually also referred to as … Continue reading Averroism

Parochialism

Parochialism is that the state of mind, whereby one focuses on small sections of a problem instead of considering its wider context. More generally, it consists of being narrow in scope. therein respect, it's a synonym of provincialism. It may, particularly when used pejoratively, be contrasted to universalism. The term originates from the thought of … Continue reading Parochialism

Fatalism

Fatalism may be a family of related philosophical doctrines that stress the subjugation of all events or actions to fate or destiny and is usually related to the resultant attitude of resignation within the face of future events which are thought to be inevitable. One of the oldest descriptions of Fatalists is found within the … Continue reading Fatalism

Fallibilism

Fallibilism is that the philosophical claim that no belief can have justification that guarantees the reality of the assumption, or that no beliefs are certain. Not all fallibilists believe that fallibilism extends to all or any domains of knowledge; common candidates for infallible beliefs include people who are often known a priori (such as logical … Continue reading Fallibilism

Absurdism

Absurdism is a philosophical perspective that holds that the efforts of humanity to seek out the meaning or rational explanation within the universe ultimately fail because no such meaning exists, a minimum of to citizenry. The word absurd during this context doesn't mean logically impossible, but rather humanly impossible. Absurdism implies a tragic tone and … Continue reading Absurdism