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Rationalism meaning in Urdu

Rationalism Definitions

1) Rationalism : عقلیت پسندی : (noun) (philosophy) the doctrine that knowledge is acquired by reason without resort to experience.


Useful Words

Subjectivism : داخلیت پسندی , Information : معلومات , Inexperience : ناواقفیت , Acquired Taste : وقت کے ساتھ حاصل ہوا , Education : علم , Comprehension : سمجھ , Teleology : غایاتیات , Platonism : افلاطونیت , Relativism : نسبتیت , Experienced : تجربہ رکھنے والا , Age Of Reason : روشن خیالی , Wisdom : علم , Sapience : حکمت , Traditionalism : روایت پرستی , A Fortiori : لازمی طور پر , Pretext : بہانہ , Acquired Immunity : جراثیم کے خلاف مدافعت , Existential : تجرباتی , Nestorianism : نسطوریت , Acquisition : حاصل کردہ شے , Acquirable : قابل حصول , Empty-Handed : بے صلہ , Gift : تحفہ , Adopted : اختیاری , Accomplishment : اہلیت , Skilled Worker : ماہر کاریگر , Consuetude : دستور , Nurture : بچوں کی تربیت کرنا , Acquired Reflex : رد عمل , New : نئی , Hereditary Pattern : موروثی

Useful Words Definitions

Subjectivism: (philosophy) the doctrine that knowledge and value are dependent on and limited by your subjective experience.

Information: knowledge acquired through study or experience or instruction.

Inexperience: lack of experience and the knowledge and understanding derived from experience.

Acquired Taste: a preference that is only acquired after considerable experience.

Education: knowledge acquired by learning and instruction.

Comprehension: an ability to understand the meaning or importance of something (or the knowledge acquired as a result).

Teleology: (philosophy) a doctrine explaining phenomena by their ends or purposes.

Platonism: (philosophy) the philosophical doctrine that abstract concepts exist independent of their names.

Relativism: (philosophy) the philosophical doctrine that all criteria of judgment are relative to the individuals and situations involved.

Experienced: having experience; having knowledge or skill from observation or participation.

Age Of Reason: a movement in Europe from about 1650 until 1800 that advocated the use of reason and individualism instead of tradition and established doctrine.

Wisdom: the trait of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight.

Sapience: ability to apply knowledge or experience or understanding or common sense and insight.

Traditionalism: the doctrine that all knowledge was originally derived by divine revelation and that it is transmitted by traditions.

A Fortiori: with greater reason; for a still stronger, more certain reason.

Pretext: something serving to conceal plans; a fictitious reason that is concocted in order to conceal the real reason.

Acquired Immunity: immunity to a particular disease that is not innate but has been acquired during life; immunity can be acquired by the development of antibodies after an attack of an infectious disease or by a pregnant mother passing antibodies through the placenta to a fetus or by vaccination.

Existential: derived from experience or the experience of existence.

Nestorianism: the theological doctrine (named after Nestorius) that Christ is both the son of God and the man Jesus (which is opposed to Roman Catholic doctrine that Christ is fully God).

Acquisition: something acquired.

Acquirable: capable of being acquired.

Empty-Handed: having acquired or gained nothing.

Gift: something acquired without compensation.

Adopted: acquired as your own by free choice.

Accomplishment: an ability that has been acquired by training.

Skilled Worker: a worker who has acquired special skills.

Consuetude: a custom or usage that has acquired the force of law.

Nurture: the properties acquired as a consequence of the way you were treated as a child.

Acquired Reflex: an acquired response that is under the control of (conditional on the occurrence of) a stimulus.

New: not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently) come into being or been made or acquired or discovered.

Hereditary Pattern: (genetics) attributes acquired via biological heredity from the parents.