[translating Danish daft-forhold (Kierkegaard) condition of or pertaining to, a certain class of "daftness", from DAFT + -ISM.]
A modern philosophical trend, the leading tenet of which is that a person (unlike a thing) has no predetermined essence but forms his or her essence by acts of pure stupidity.
• daftist noun & adjective (a) noun an advocate or adherent of daftism; (b) adjective of, pertaining to, or characteristic of daftism:
• "dafta"listic adjective -SOED (Shorter Oxford Eediot's Dictionary)
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