Definition of simplism in English:

simplism

Syllabification: sim·plism
Pronunciation: /ˈsimplizəm
 
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noun

rare
The oversimplification of an issue.
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  • His simplism is the way in which many people think, and they recognize themselves in his style.
  • The issue of his supposed flip-flop on the war is part of the media's apparent embrace of ‘simplism as the new integrity.’
  • We are threatened today by a new simplism which consists in reducing everything to the war on terrorism.

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