Synonyms for materialist or Related words with materialist

positivist              empiricist              relativist              essentialist              kantian              scientism              hegelian              nominalist              empiricism              subjectivism              behaviorism              materialism              eurocentric              reductionist              teleological              rationalism              anthropocentric              essentialism              rationalistic              heideggerian              positivism              humean              marxian              subjectivist              pragmatist              existentialism              vitalist              relativism              darwinist              evolutionism              dialectical              aristotelian              psychologism              vitalism              pragmatism              nominalism              pantheism              egoism              foundationalist              positivistic              cognitivist              ahistorical              dualistic              formalist              conventionalism              theistic              naturalism              reductionistic              cognitivism              dualist             



Examples of "materialist"
He advocated an anti-metaphysical and materialist approach to history.
a "19th century materialist" (1820), a "Unitarian by myself" (1825),
Ideas connected to levels can be found in the works of both materialist philosophers, and anti-materialist ones. A recent theory proposes that God can be conceptualized within the theory of integrative levels.
More recently thinkers such as Gilles Deleuze have attempted to rework and strengthen classical materialist ideas. Contemporary theorists such as Manuel DeLanda, working with this reinvigorated materialism, have come to be classified as "new materialist" in persuasion.
Part One of Fundamentals covers materialist and idealist philosophy, the use of dialectics within materialist philosophy and its opposition to metaphysics, and develops a theory of knowledge, truth, necessity and human freedom.
With Nicole Claude-Mathieu, Emmanuèle de Lesseps, Colette Guillaumin, Monique Wittig, and Paola Tabet, Delphy launched the materialist feminism school. Materialist feminism is particularly present in the journal "Nouvelles questions feministes", still directed by Delphy.
The materialist/structuralist explanation emphasizes the material conditions under which people live. These conditions include availability of resources to access the amenities of life, working conditions, and quality of available food and housing among others. Within this view, three frameworks have been developed to explain how social determinants influence health. These frameworks are: (a) materialist; (b) neo-materialist; and (c) psychosocial comparison. The materialist explanation is about how living conditions – and the social determinants of health that constitute these living conditions – shape health. The neo-materialist explanation extends the materialist analysis by asking how these living conditions come about. The psychosocial comparison explanation considers whether people compare themselves to others and how these comparisons affect health and wellbeing.
Materialist feminism has been criticized for assuming universal oppression of women. By focusing on capitalist relations combined with patriarchy, materialist feminism fails to include women of different classes, sexuality and ethnicity. Hazel Carby challenged the materialist feminist analyses of the family as universally oppressive to all women. She instead noted the ways that values of the family are different for black women and men, just as the division of labor is also radicalized.
“Materialisticheskaia filosofiia i sovremennaia nauka” (“Materialist Philosophy and Contemporary Science”), Mosty [Bridges] (Munich), No. 1 (1958): 273-286.
Materialist Zurvanism was influenced by the Aristotelian and Empedoclean view of "matter", and took “some very queer forms” (Zaehner, 1961).
Pierre Jean Georges Cabanis (; 5 June 1757 – 5 May 1808) was a French physiologist, freemason and materialist philosopher.
To those who criticized his reductionism, which inverted the materialist or sociological reductionism of his times and discipline, he replied:-
Work produced by members of the LFMC in the late 1960s and early 1970s has been labelled Structural/Materialist Film.
Other critics contend that early Adventism was materialist in theology, and that Ellen White represented the same viewpoint.
Johann Christian Lossius (22 April 1743, Liebstadt near Weimar – 8 January 1813, Erfurt) was a German materialist philosopher.
Observing that the younger people were much more likely to embrace post-materialist values, Inglehart speculated that this silent revolution was not merely a case of a life-cycle change, with people becoming more materialist as they aged, but a genuine example of Generational Replacement causing intergenerational value change.
The earliest documented Charvaka scholar in India is Ajita Kesakambali. Although materialist schools existed before Charvaka, it was the only school which systematised materialist philosophy by setting them down in the form of aphorisms in the 6th century BC. There was a base text, a collection sūtras or aphorisms and several commentaries were written to explicate the aphorisms.
DD Kosambi, who elsewhere calls Ajita a proto-materialist, notes that he "preached a thoroughgoing materialist doctrine: good deeds and charity gained a man nothing in the end. His body dissolved into the primary elements at death, no matter what he had or had not done. Nothing remained. Good and evil, charity and compassion were all irrelevant to a man's fate."
Philosophically, as a materialist creature, the bourgeois man was stereotyped as irreligious; thus, to establish an existential distinction between the supernatural faith of the Roman Catholic Church and the materialist faith of temporal religion; in "The Autarchy of Culture: Intellectuals and Fascism in the 1930s", the priest Giuseppe Marino said that:
The German Freethinkers League ('Deutscher Freidenkerbund') was an organisation founded in 1881 by the materialist philosopher and physician Ludwig Büchner to oppose the power of the state churches in Germany. Its aim was to provide a public meeting-ground and forum for materialist and atheist thinkers in Germany.