immediatism

noun
im·​me·​di·​a·​tism | \-ə̇ˌtizəm\
plural -s

Definition of immediatism 

2 : a policy or practice of gaining a desired end by immediate action specifically : a policy advocating the immediate abolition of slavery

3 : an epistemological theory that views the object of perception as directly knowable

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