indifferentism (uncountable)

  1. (religion) The doctrine that all religions are equally valid.
  2. (more broadly) Relativism, agnosticism; apathy, indifference.
  3. (countable) An expression of such a doctrine or view.
  4. (philosophy) The doctrine of absolute identity, i.e. that to be in thought and to exist are one and the same thing.
Related terms Translations
  • Portuguese: indiferentismo

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