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Isms and Ologies (2007)
Writer Arthur Goldwag’s 2007 –Isms and –Ologies: all the Movements, wherein he outlines over 450 of the most prominent ‘isms’ and ‘ologies’ of humankind, on things such as materialism, nihilism, and existentialism. [2]
In science, ism, or the suffix –ism, signifies a doctrine, theory, or set of principles, describing a subject, state, condition, property, or attribute related to a particular subject, view, or philosophy; generally a topic in the "gray area" and or "neo-" realm of knowledge solidification [1]

List
The following are some Hmolpedia "isms":

Abioism
● Chemicalism
Darwinism
Epicureanism
Existentialism
Goetheanism
Holism
Individualism
Materialism
Dialectical materialism
Eliminative materialism
Extreme materialism
Naturalism
Nihilism
Panbioism
Panexperientialism
Panpsychism
Physicalism
Positivism
Racism
Realism
Reductionism
Anti-reductionism
● Thimsianism
Vitalism
Neo-vitalism

Quotes
The following are related quotes:

Isms in my opinion are not good. A person should not believe in an ism.”
– John Hughes (1986), Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

References
1. –ism – Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary (2000).
2. Goldwag, Arthur. (2007). –Isms and –Ologies: all the Movements, Ideologies, and Doctrines That Have Shaped Our World. Vintage.

External links
● –ism – Wiktionary.

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