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Definition of "rationalistic" [ra•tion•al•is•tic]

  • Of or relating to rationalism. (adjective)

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Use "rationalistic" in a sentence
  • "Men living estranged from God easily cast aside God's morals and principles, exchanging them for a blind belief in rationalistic expediency."
  • "It became the basis for government and social science and could be defined as rationalistic humanism or humanistic autonomy: the proclaimed and enforced autonomy of the individual from any higher force above him."
  • "It became the basis for government and social science and could be defined as rationalistic humanism or humanistic autonomy: the proclaimed and enforced autonomy of man from any higher force above him."