Definition of Cambridge Platonist
: one of a group of 17th century Christian philosophers who united in opposition to empiricism and Hobbesian mechanism and who sought to reconcile science and religion within a Neoplatonic framework
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Origin and Etymology of cambridge platonist
from Cambridge University, England, a center of the movement
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