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Platonism (n.)

"the doctrines, opinions, or philosophy of Plato or of the Academic school," 1560s, from Plato (Greek Platōn; see Platonic) + -ism.

updated on July 08, 2020

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Definitions of Platonism from WordNet

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