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Experimentalism is the philosophical belief that the way to truth is through experiments and empiricism.[1] It is also associated with instrumentalism, the belief that truth should be evaluated based upon its demonstrated usefulness.

Less formally, artists often pursue their visions through trial and error; this form of experimentalism has been practiced in every field, from music to film and from literature to theatre.

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  1. ^ "Experimentalism". Your Dictionary. LoveToKnow Corporation. Retrieved 29 October 2016.