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'''A priorism''' was the doctrine that the mind comes with innate knowledge and it so follows then that knowledge is independent of experience.
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'''A priorism''' was the doctrine that the [[mind]] comes with innate knowledge and it so follows that knowledge is independent of experience.
   
   

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A priorism was the doctrine that the mind comes with innate knowledge and it so follows that knowledge is independent of experience.


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