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  • An epistemological belief that knowledge arises from and is verified by reasoning. Some rationa lists contend that only deductions from innate concepts constitute true knowledge. Rationalist models for knowledge include mathematics and logic. Rationalism is often contrasted with empiricism, which holds that the source of knowledge is induction from observations of the external world.

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