What is Immaterialism (Immaterialism, Immaterialism) and What Does It Mean?July 2, 2021
al. Immaterialismus, Fr. immaterialisme, Eng. immaterialism, es. t. immaterial The doctrine that accepts that matter has no reality of its own. The doctrine that the basis of the universe, and generally the essence of reality, is immaterial. The doctrine that the soul is immaterial.
Berkeley, the creator of the term immaterialism, used the word for his philosophy. His understanding of idealism is called immaterialism. It is the exact opposite of materialism and argues that the universe has no reality of its own, and therefore, neither matter nor the outer world nor objects and all kinds of matter derivatives do not exist outside of our imaginations and ideas. According to him, there is only the soul. The existence of matter consists in being “Understanded”, the reason for our perceptions is the will of God and no other reason than outside. In this respect, no separate entity can be attributed to the substance.