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philosophical doctrine

Noun1.philosophical doctrine - a doctrine accepted by adherents to a philosophy
aesthetic, Aristotelianism, conceptualism, Confucianism, Daoism, deconstruction, deconstructionism, determinism, doctrine, empiricism, empiricist philosophy, environmentalism, esthetic, existentialism, existentialist philosophy, formalism, hereditarianism, idealism, intuitionism, ism, logicism, materialism, mechanism, mentalism, naive realism, nativism, naturalism, Neoplatonism, nominalism, operationalism, philosophical system, philosophical theory, philosophy, physicalism, Platonism, pragmatism, probabilism, rationalism, realism, relativism, Scholasticism, school of thought, semiotics, sensationalism, sensualism, solipsism, Stoicism, subjectivism, Taoism, teleology, traditionalism, vitalism
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