apragmatism

a·prag·ma·tism

(ă-prag'mă-tizm),
An interest in theory or dogmatism rather than in practical results.
[G. a- priv. + pragmatism]
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Its symptomatology covers positive (delusions, hallucinations, language disorders, etc.) and negative (affective dullness, apragmatism, self-neglect, etc.) psychotic symptoms.