trivialism


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trivialism

(ˈtrɪvɪəˌlɪzəm)
n
a rare word for triviality

trivialism

concern over things that are common or unimportant. — triviality, n.trivial, adj.
See also: Attitudes
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Trivialism with regards to what is the ideal platform for such a dialogue is better abandoned and bluff calling such as an access denial has to be moved off the table.
15) It's admittedly unclear whether the view would amount to nominalism or trivialism, for the simple symmetry reason rehearsed earlier.
In order to avoid trivialism, which is the position that all contradictions are true, the dialetheist needs to adopt some paraconsistent logic.
He also comes up with an ingenious transcendental argument against trivialism, based upon the idea of the impossibility of accepting trivialism by any conscious being like us.
During the second half of our century the previously worldwide influential German contribution to philosophical thought represented by Hegel, Marx, or Heidegger, for example, withdrew into backwaters of logical, linguistic, or historical trivialism.
I conclude the paper with some reflections on the implications of this analysis for the plausibility of trivialism.