conventional + -ism
conventionalism (usually uncountable, plural conventionalisms)
- (uncountable) Adherence to social conventions; conventional behavior
- (countable, obsolete) A conventional act or constraint
1864 March 15, Frederick Denison Maurice, “To ____”, in The Life Of Frederick Denison Maurice, volume 2, ISBN 1428661921, page 478:
- Having said this, you will not, I trust, suspect me of disliking you for throwing off conventionalisms and speaking to me as a man to a man.
- (uncountable, philosophy) The doctrine that logical or mathematical principles are simply the expression of conventions
2016 October 2, (Please provide the title of the work), volume 140, number 3, DOI:10.1007/s11098-007-9152-6:
- Skepticism arrives at conventionalism by way of the claims that the conditions on evidential support cannot be satisfied […] but that we must have beliefs in order to carry on.