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  1. sesquimath added an answer to a question Philosophically opposite   

    No, I'm positive the view exists and there's a specific term for it.

    I need to know because I need to know.
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  2. sesquimath added an answer to a question Philosophically opposite   

    I'm beginning to think it's "anti-solipsism", but just doesn't seem quite it.
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  3. sesquimath added an answer to a question Philosophically opposite   

    Dave, thanks. I'm not sure that's the answer I'm looking for, though. Intuitively, I'm looking for a concept that outright claims that the self and consciousness are not and all else is what is, rather than expressing an ontological position of materialist sentiment. It's probably going to be more along epistemological lines... but I don't know what it is.
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  4. sesquimath added a question in Help   

    Philosophically opposite
    I have a technical question, not a full-blown query of philosophical interest. For the life of me, I cannot find the term that expresses a philosophical position opposite to "solipsism" (say, in terms of consciousness and self being all that there is).

    Any help on this? I think it may be a question of vocabulary (and finding the proper source), but mine is clearly coming up short.
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