philosophical system

philosophical system
a belief (or system of beliefs) accepted as authoritative by some group or school
Syn: ↑doctrine, ↑philosophy, ↑school of thought, ↑ism
Derivationally related forms: ↑philosophical (for: ↑philosophy), ↑philosopher (for: ↑philosophy), ↑doctrinal (for: ↑doctrine), ↑indoctrinate (for: ↑doctrine)
Hypernyms: ↑belief
nuclear deterrence, ↑Kabbalism, ↑Cabalism, ↑abolitionism, ↑absolutism, ↑amoralism, ↑animalism, ↑animism, ↑antiestablishmentarianism, ↑antiestablishmentism, ↑asceticism, ↑contextualism, ↑creationism, ↑creed, ↑credo, ↑divine right, ↑divine right of kings, ↑dogma, ↑dualism, ↑dynamism, ↑epicureanism, ↑establishmentarianism, ↑establishmentism, ↑ethicism, ↑expansionism, ↑formalism, ↑functionalism, ↑Girondism, ↑gospel, ↑gymnosophy, ↑imitation, ↑individualism, ↑laissez faire, ↑internationalism, ↑unilateralism, ↑irredentism, ↑irridentism, ↑literalism, ↑majority rule, ↑democracy, ↑monism, ↑multiculturalism, ↑nationalism, ↑nihilism, ↑pacifism, ↑pacificism, ↑passivism, ↑pluralism, ↑populism, ↑presentism, ↑rationalism, ↑freethinking, ↑reformism, ↑humanism, ↑secular humanism, ↑humanitarianism, ↑egalitarianism, ↑equalitarianism, ↑feminism, ↑reincarnationism, ↑secessionism, ↑secularism, ↑phenomenology, ↑philosophical doctrine, ↑philosophical theory, ↑states' rights, ↑teaching, ↑precept, ↑commandment, ↑theological doctrine, ↑utilitarianism, ↑descriptivism, ↑prescriptivism, ↑religious doctrine, ↑church doctrine, ↑millennium

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