来自拉丁语 solus,独自的，ipse,自身，自己，可能来自 se,自己，词源同 self,-ism,主义，思想。
- solipsism (n.)
- 1871, coined from Latin solus "alone" (see sole (adj.)) + ipse "self." The view or theory that self is the only object of real knowledge or the only thing that is real. "The identification of one's self with the Absolute is not generally intended, but the denial of there being really anybody else" [Century Dictionary].
- 1. Strange, he thought, can there be a limit to solipsism?
- 奇怪啊, 他想, 难道惟我论还有个限度不成?
- 2. The word you are trying to think of is solipsism.
- 3. Collective solipsism, if you like.
- 4. This is not solipsism.
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