Intuitionism Definition

ĭnto͝o-ĭshə-nĭzəm, -tyo͝o-
noun
The doctrine that things and principles are truly apprehended by intuition.
Webster's New World
The doctrine that fundamental moral principles or the rightness of acts is apprehended by intuition.
Webster's New World
The theory that external objects of perception are immediately known to be real by intuition.
American Heritage
The view that the subject matter of mathematics consists of the mental or symbolic constructions of mathematicians rather than independent and timeless abstractions, as is held in Platonism.
American Heritage

(mathematics) An approach to mathematics/logic which avoids proof by contradiction, and which requires that, in order to prove that something exists, one must construct it.

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intuitionism
Plural:
intuitionisms

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