intuitionism
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intuitionism (countable and uncountable, plural intuitionisms)
 (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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approach to mathematics which avoids proof by contradiction

