Irrationalism is a philosophical position that emphasizes the limitations of reason and rationality. It holds that there are aspects of human experience and existence that are not accessible or explainable through reason or empirical evidence alone, and that these aspects may be better understood through intuition, emotion, or faith.
Irrationalism can take many forms, but it often emphasizes the importance of subjective experience, individual will, and the limitations of language and logical reasoning. It can be associated with various philosophical movements, such as Existentialism, Phenomenology, and Post-Modernism.
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- Romanticism - You take a break from rational thinking, that's good....
- Nihilism - There's no explainable way to describe the creation of our universe.
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- Empiricism - You're not fully rational but how would find the unknown with observation?
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- Rationalism - Tries to act real smart by defining everything with "logic" when all he thinks are subjective assumptions.
- Platonism - Your fundamental basis of the world literally serves as what they are; "ideas". They aren't true.
- Essentialism - Not every metaphysical being can be identified.