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rationalismnoun [U]

/ˈræʃ·ə·nəlˌɪz·əm/
the belief or principle that actions and opinions should be based on reason
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in Chinese (Simplified) 理性主义, 唯理主义, 理性至上…
in Chinese (Traditional) 理性主義, 唯理主義, 理性至上…
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