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Etymology

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conception +‎ -ism. In the philosophical sense, introduced by Ruth Millikan.

Noun

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conceptionism (uncountable)

  1. (philosophy) The belief that the extension of a concept or term is determined by some aspect of the speaker's conception of its extension.
  2. The belief that life begins at conception, and thus all abortion is murder.

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