Definition of tutiorism
: a viewpoint in the probabilistic controversy that the argument favoring liberty as distinguished from law must be either certain or the most probable of all possible opinions to furnish a basis for action — compare probabilism 2
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Origin and Etymology of tutiorism
Latin tutior safer (comparative of tutus safe, from past participle of tuērī to look at, protect, guard) + English -ism
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