Definition of mentalism in English:

mentalism

Syllabification: men·tal·ism
Pronunciation: /ˈmentlˌizəm
 
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noun

Philosophy
  • The theory that physical and psychological phenomena are ultimately explicable only in terms of a creative and interpretative mind.
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    • She was beginning to get a headache and figured it would probably be easiest to rely on her physical ability than her recently-discovered mentalism.
    • ‘I'm interested in magic, sleight of hand and mentalism, which is like a mind reading thing,’ explains Warren.
    • Magic in Theory would have benefited from further discussion of mentalism and psychic entertainment.

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