Phenomenalism meaning

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The doctrine, set forth by David Hume and his successors, that percepts and concepts constitute the sole objects of knowledge, with the objects of perception and the nature of the mind itself remaining unknowable.
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The philosophic theory that knowledge is limited to phenomena, either because there is no reality beyond phenomena or because such reality is unknowable.
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(philosophy) The doctrine that physical objects exist only as perceptual phenomena or sensory stimuli.
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