Definitions for "Nominalism"
The principles or philosophy of the Nominalists.
in logic, the doctrine that universal or class ideas (e. g., man) have no objective realities corresponding to them, but are merely names.
The doctrine which holds that there are neither universal objects outside the mind nor universal ideas in the mind.
An economic viewpoint that asserts that MONEY consist only of legal tender issued by governmental authority, as contrasted with more widely held views that would include demand deposits, certain securities, et cetera, within the definition of money.
Scientifically valid words have fixed and absolute meanings. To define a word is to fix meaning. The existence of a word does not imply the existence of what it describes. Positivism
The principle of keeping the amount of a debt obligation fixed despite fluctuations in the money's purchasing power or exchange rate.