antimaterialism

Antimaterialism vs Antimaterialist - What's the difference?

antimaterialism | antimaterialist |


As nouns the difference between antimaterialism and antimaterialist

is that antimaterialism is (philosophy) any belief system that opposes philosophical materialism while antimaterialist is a person who subscribes to antimaterialism.

Consumerism vs Antimaterialism - What's the difference?

consumerism | antimaterialism |


As nouns the difference between consumerism and antimaterialism

is that consumerism is a policy of protecting and informing consumers through honesty in advertising and packaging, improved safety standards etc while antimaterialism is (philosophy) any belief system that opposes philosophical materialism.

Economical vs Antimaterialism - What's the difference?

economical | antimaterialism |


As an adjective economical

is careful with money so as not to spend too much; prudent; thrifty.

As a noun antimaterialism is

(philosophy) any belief system that opposes philosophical materialism.

Materialism vs Antimaterialism - What's the difference?

materialism | antimaterialism |


In philosophy|lang=en terms the difference between materialism and antimaterialism

is that materialism is (philosophy) the philosophical belief that nothing exists beyond what is physical while antimaterialism is (philosophy) any belief system that opposes philosophical materialism.

As nouns the difference between materialism and antimaterialism

is that materialism is constant concern over material possessions and wealth; a great or excessive regard for worldly concerns while antimaterialism is (philosophy) any belief system that opposes philosophical materialism.

Oppose vs Antimaterialism - What's the difference?

oppose | antimaterialism |


As nouns the difference between oppose and antimaterialism

is that oppose is opposite while antimaterialism is (philosophy) any belief system that opposes philosophical materialism.

As a verb oppose

is .

As an adjective oppose

is opposite.