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Synonyms for rationalist include disbeliever, doubter, questioner, agnostic, atheist, sceptic, scoffer, doubting Thomas, non-believer and unbeliever. Find more ...Was Aristotle considered a rationalist?
Plato was a rationalist. Aristotle was an empiricist. And from those early beginnings, the debate has raged down to the time of Descartes and Hume, who were both the paradigm representatives of rationalism and empiricism respectively.Was Plato a rationalist or an empiricist?
Plato was a rationalist, not an empiricist. He thought the visible world, the world which is reported by the senses, is not completely real and therefor not an object of knowledge at all. First of all, this is because material things are in constant flux, they never stay the same.