Scientism meaning

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The collection of attitudes and practices considered typical of scientists.
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The belief that the investigative methods of the physical sciences are applicable or justifiable in all fields of inquiry.
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The techniques, beliefs, or attitudes characteristic of scientists.
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The principle that scientific methods can and should be applied in all fields of investigation.
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The collection of attitudes and practices considered typical of scientists.
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The belief that the investigative methods of the physical sciences are applicable or justifiable in all fields of inquiry.
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The often dogmatic belief that science is the only source of knowledge.
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The belief that the assumptions, methods of research, etc. of the physical and biological sciences are equally appropriate and essential in all other disciplines including the humanities and the social sciences.
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