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sensist

(ˈsɛnsɪst)
n, adj
(Philosophy) another word for sensationalist
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Esta tradicion antropologica <<sensista>> (del ingles sensist), que marginaba a los mas innobles de los sentidos y dejaba a la sensorialidad fuera de la reflexion, ha perdurado hasta la Posmodernidad (Classen, 1997: 405).
Virtue ethics is a rational ethics, while the prevailing approach among modern philosophers, starting with Hume, turned human ends into an irrational matter, addressing ethical problems according to consequentialist, sensist, emotivist, or voluntarist criteria.
Thanks to his vivacious and cosmopolitan mother Giulia, Manzoni was a grandson of Cesare Beccaria, a lovechild of one of the brothers of Verri, an early radical Sensist writer until his (and Giulia's) 1810 conversion to Catholicism which resulted in his writing the tragedies of Carmagnola and Adelchi that Bene improbably but deeply loved to the point of staging.
His 1814 German work on psychology--Grundriss der empirischen Psychologie (Outline of Empirical Psychology) adhered to Kantian moralism, hut cited materialists such as Helvetius, associationists like Priestley, "sensists" like Dugald Stewart and sceptics like Hume.