trivialist


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trivialist

(ˈtrɪvɪəlɪst)
n
someone who deals with or is interested in trivialities
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He calls his version of the view Trivialist Platonism (TP), because it says that arithmetic is not just true (and not just necessary-given-the-existence-of-its-objects), but downright tautological.
Tonally, it reads more like "a day in the life" of a trivialist.
Rayo does delineate a trivialist version of neo-Fregeanism.
The apologists believe that games have the potential to become great, just the right people aren't making them, while trivialists believe that computer games cannot be taken seriously by literary studies (Aarseth, 1997).
The enthusiastic crowd of several hundred cheered their favorite trivialists on through six preliminary rounds and a longer, more arduous final round.
Many of the trivialists wore costumes, sporting attitude and aptitude in equal measure.
A Hawaiian quilt or a Scottish ballad may embody the same human value as the Mona Lisa," she once wrote in criticizing feminist trivialists.
Tuner trivialists will recognize the title as part of the "3hree" triptych that created much buzz in Philly and L.
Trivialists also will recall his brief marriage to Liza Minnelli and his 1988 musical "Legs Diamond," one of Broadway's biggest flops.