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  • noun Plural form of materialist.

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Examples

  • As a liberal, progressive, values-relative person who has the same disdain for what she calls materialists as she does, I was inspired to wonder if those "materialists" that both types of values people disdain, aren't a third group?

    Philocrites: Who's afraid of freedom and tolerance?

  • IOW, Dennett, like all good and true and consistent materialists, is not an intentional realist.

    Backing Into an Evidentiary Standard for ID

  • IOW, Dennett, like all good and true and consistent materialists, is not an intentional realist.

    Backing Into an Evidentiary Standard for ID

  • Another major difficulty for materialists is to account for why matter appears to obey 'laws' or behave with regularity — - laws and regularities of remarkable mathematical (and hence rationally intelligible) elegance and beauty.

    A Useless Critic

  • The slightly annoying thing about the anti-materialists is not that they are wrong (hell, they might even be right), but that they are so unhelpful.

    Backing Into an Evidentiary Standard for ID

  • IOW, Dennett, like all good and true and consistent materialists, is not an intentional realist. mtraven: That is a misinterpretation of Dennett.

    Backing Into an Evidentiary Standard for ID

  • Another major difficulty for materialists is to account for why matter appears to obey 'laws' or behave with regularity ” - laws and regularities of remarkable mathematical (and hence rationally intelligible) elegance and beauty.

    A Useless Critic

  • Another major difficulty for materialists is to account for why matter appears to obey 'laws' or behave with regularity ” - laws and regularities of remarkable mathematical (and hence rationally intelligible) elegance and beauty.

    A Useless Critic

  • Another major difficulty for materialists is to account for why matter appears to obey 'laws' or behave with regularity ” - laws and regularities of remarkable mathematical (and hence rationally intelligible) elegance and beauty. mtraven:

    A Useless Critic

  • But it needs a very steady head to walk safely among these abysses of thought, and the only use of letting the mind range among them is as a corrective to the hasty dogmatism of the so-called materialists, who talk just as glibly of that of which they know nothing as the most bigoted of the orthodox.

    Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley — Volume 3

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