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counterphilosophy

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EtymologyEdit

counter- +‎ philosophy

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counterphilosophy (plural counterphilosophies)

  1. A philosophy that counters or opposes another philosophy.
    • 1998, John I. Brooks, The eclectic legacy, page 99:
      Espinas, in his rebellion against one philosophy, constructed a counterphilosophy as much as a social science. In doing so, he remained involved with academic philosophy more than he would ever admit.