Le sensualisme est un courant philosophique et, en tant que dérivé de la théorie plus générale de l’empirisme, une des principales théories de la connaissance au XVIIIe siècle.

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  • Le sensualisme est un courant philosophique et, en tant que dérivé de la théorie plus générale de l’empirisme, une des principales théories de la connaissance au XVIIIe siècle.
  • Sensualism (also called sensationalism or sensism) is a philosophical doctrine of the theory of knowledge, according to which sensations and perception are the basic and most important form of true cognition. It may oppose abstract ideas. The basic principle of sensualism is "there is not anything in mind, which hasn't been in the sensations."The great philosophers of sensualism are: Aristotle Thomas Aquinas John Locke George Berkeley David Hume Étienne Bonnot de Condillac William James Friedrich Nietzsche↑ ↑
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  • Le sensualisme est un courant philosophique et, en tant que dérivé de la théorie plus générale de l’empirisme, une des principales théories de la connaissance au XVIIIe siècle.
  • Sensualism (also called sensationalism or sensism) is a philosophical doctrine of the theory of knowledge, according to which sensations and perception are the basic and most important form of true cognition. It may oppose abstract ideas.
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