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Definition of Rationalistic

Rationalistic
Rationalistic Ra`tion*al*is"tic, Rationalistical Ra`tion*al*is"tic*ala. Belonging to, or in accordance with, the principles of rationalism. -- Ra`tion*al*is"tic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Rationalistic from wikipedia

- modern Western thought in general, with the birth of two influential rationalistic philosophical systems of Descartes (who spent most of his adult life...
- Rationalist humanism, or rational humanism or rationalistic humanism, is one of the strands of Age of Enlightenment. It had its roots in Renaissance humanism...
- The Rationalist ****ociation, originally the Rationalist Press ****ociation, is an organization in the United Kingdom, founded in 1885 by a group of freethinkers...
- Rationalist International is an organization with the stated aim to represent a rational view of the world, making the voice of reason heard and considered...
- The Rationalists is a 1988 book by the philosopher John Cottingham, in which the author offers an overview of the most important exponents of rationalism...
- 286 "Rationalism vs Empiricism, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy "Rationalist requests Bips, John, Sush to bust Guru". "'I exposed 700 godmen, 7,000...
- The American Rationalist is a bi-monthly journal of secular humanist opinion and commentary published by the Center for Inquiry. S. T. Joshi is the current...
- The Rationalist Union (French: Union rationaliste) is a French nonprofit organization founded in 1930 that promotes the role of reason. Many of the members...
- and Embracement of Human Rights. What Can be Inferred from Islamic Rationalistic Maturidite Theology?". Open Theology. Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter...
- who had priests as deistic. Rationalistic: Unwin does not give a precise definition of what constitutes a rationalistic culture but describes it as the...