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experientialism

(ɪkˌspɪərɪˈɛnʃəˌlɪzəm)
n
(Philosophy) philosophy the belief or doctrine that knowledge is based on experience

experientialism

the philosophical theory that states that experience is the source of all knowledge. — experientialist, n.experiential, adj.
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Our theoretical proposal is based on the premise that, in order to analyze the complexity of the intellectual processes of signification of the "historical worlds", it is possible and necessary to combine certain questions, methodological strategies and analytical categories of the main schools and tendencies that, during the last decades, have maintained serious disputes over the epistemological status and social function of historiography, that is, the theories of narrativism, constructivism, experientialism, conceptual history and performativity (ANKERSMIT 2011; ESCRIBANO ROCA 2017; ZERMENO PADILLA 2015; SCHOLTZ 2011; FORASTIERI DA SILVA 2015).
At the event, which will conclude on November 7, Shurooq seeks to make the most of the show's global reputation to present its diverse offerings, which have been either newly developed or revamped, with a strong focus on authenticity and experientialism, a report in Wam said.
Rooted in experientialism, the progressive method is student centered and focuses on shared social experiences (Zeidler et al., 2011).
(31) The common features between the two movements, namely Pentecostalism and postmodernism, include embodiment and holism, as well as attention to "experientialism," values too often marginalized, particularly in the post-Fnlightenment Protestant spirituality.
"Experientialism, Materialism, and the Pursuit of Happiness." Review of General Psychology Vol.
Various pedagogies have found popularity in our education system such as Social Constructivism (Vygotsky, 1978) and Experientialism (Thompson, 2012) for example.
The problem reflects a general trend of socio-cultural as well as political experientialism.
As John Macarthur explains in his study of the picturesque, Freudian psychoanalysis, phenomenology, and theories of empathy influenced a turn toward affect and "aesthetic experientialism" in mid-twentieth-century landscape studies (2007, 206).
In order to better substantiate the previous points, we will first give a brief outline of the theory of embodied realism in CL, on which the notion of experientialism is grounded.
She also introduces experientialism, a fundamental theory of cognitive linguistics, into second-language research in order to test whether its premises and predictions will be confirmed in the second-language setting as they have been in the first-language setting.
"Embodiment and Experientialism." The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics.

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