Positivism (disambiguation)

Positivism is a philosophy that states that the only authentic knowledge is scientific knowledge.

Positivism may also refer to:

* Legal positivism, a school of thought in jurisprudence and the philosophy of law
* Logical positivism, a school of philosophy that combines empiricism with a version of rationalism
* Political positivism, a theory founded by Ljubisa Bojic
* Sociological positivism, a sociological paradigm

ee also

* Postpositivism


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