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For one, the personal nature of some of the songs should not be taken as a retreat from the body politic into solipsism.
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They are based on the solipsism of influential people who are scandalized only by injustices that they experience personally.
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Thus idealists are wedded to solipsism irrevocably; and it is a happy marriage, only the name of the lady has to be changed.
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I realize now that I may have been falling into the trap of solipsism, “who watches the quad,” et cetera, type of thing.
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Why not admit solipsism and be true to the transcendental method?
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This theory is also called Subjective Idealism or Solipsism.
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The philosophic system becomes a solipsism, a pure lyric expression of the appetites of human nature.
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