[ ɪntjˈuːɪtˌɪvɪzəmz], [ ɪntjˈuːɪtˌɪvɪzəmz], [ ɪ_n_t_j_ˈuː_ɪ_t_ˌɪ_v_ɪ_z_ə_m_z]
How to use "Intuitivisms" in context?
The term "intuitivism" is often used to describe a philosophy or way of thinking that emphasizes theintuitive nature of knowledge. Intuitivists believe that certain insights and understandings come quickly and easily, without the need for logical reasoning.
Intuitivists may believe that certain areas of knowledge are better handled through intuition rather than through rigorous analytical thought. They may also believe that intuition is more reliable than logic.
One of the most important proponents of the philosophy of intuitionism was Norwegian philosopher and mathematician Niels Bohr.
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