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Definition of Indifferentist

Indifferentist
Indifferentist In*dif"fer*ent*ist, n. One governed by indifferentism.

Meaning of Indifferentist from wikipedia

- Theological noncognitivism is the atheist position that religious language, particularly theological terminology such as 'God', is not intelligible or...
- neither a pessimist nor an optimist but rather a "scientific" or "cosmic" indifferentist, a theme expressed in his fiction. In Lovecraft's work, human beings...
- appearing pessimistic, Lovecraft thought of himself as being a cosmic indifferentist, which is expressed in his fiction. In it, human beings are often subject...
- traditions but personally considers himself to be an agnostic and an indifferentist. He is the first Jewish defence secretary since Sir Malcolm Rifkind...
- critics as politically correct, materialistic, consumerist, atheistic, indifferentist, agnostic, anti-theist, anti-Christian, or even a covert form of Christian...
- founded the priestly Society of St. Pius X, free from neo-modernist and indifferentist currents. As the Cagoule had done before the war, the Cité catholique...
- Cosmic fantasist HPL regarded himself, as editor Turner tells us, as an 'indifferentist,' and any fellow human being as 'only another collection of molecules...
- serial drama that will be appreciated by Roman Catholics, Protestants, indifferentists, and atheists alike." The Advocate called it a "distinguished addition...
- universals, Walter, according to John of Salisbury, was the leader of the Indifferentists, according to whom the universal is in itself indifferent, but becomes...