Definition of representationism in English:

representationism

noun

Philosophy
  • The doctrine that thought is the manipulation of mental representations that (somehow) correspond to external states or objects.

    • ‘The system is called Representationism and sometimes Idealism.’
    • ‘In other work, I have used the inverted spectrum hypothesis as an argument against functionalism and representationism.’

Pronunciation:

representationism

/ˌrepriˌzenˈtāSHəˌnizəm//-zən-/