What is another word for Precisianism?

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[ pɹɪsˈɪnɪzəm], [ pɹɪsˈɪnɪzəm], [ p_ɹ_ɪ_s_ˈɪ_n_ɪ_z_ə_m]

Related words: philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, philosophy of perception, philosophy of

knowledge, philosophy of science

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    Precisianism is a method of thought, developed in the eighteenth century by the French philosopher J.J. Rousseau. Precisianism is a term that refers to a style of thinking that is concise and focused. Precisian thought is characterized by the belief that a clear and unambiguous understanding of a subject is the most accurate way to learn about it. Precisian thinkers aim to create a deep understanding of a topic by breaking it down into its most basic elements. They believe that by isolating the key elements of a subject, they can more easily understand and remember the information.

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