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Results for: philosophy of SpinozaTranslations 1 - 30 of 106
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philosophy of SpinozaSpinozism
(Biology, Chemistry, Philosophy) monad (simplest indivisible unit, entity, or cell)monas
(Tibor) professor of philosophy at Auburn UniversityMachan
ability to view things objectively, absence of bias, lack of emotional involvement; physical reality (Philosophy), accuracy, actual existenceobjectivity
abstract thinking, metaphysic, philosophy of being, philosophy of the mind; theory of the cause and underlying nature of reality; philosophy of the supernatural or intangible, underlying principlesmetaphysics
according to the laws of mechanics; in accordance with the philosophy of mechanismmechanistically
act of saving from harm, Christian Science philosophy of life, deliverance from sin through Jesus Christ, redemption; act of saving, act of rescuing; savior, means of deliverance, means of saving somebody or somethingsalvation
advantageous relationship between species, interdependence as the ideal condition of social and individual well being (Philosophy), see also:symbiosismutualism
advocate of dualism; advocate of the belief that mind and matter exist separately (Philosophy); advocate of the belief that good and evil are embodied in two separate divine beings or principles (Theology)dualist
advocate of transcendentalism, one who supports transcendental philosophytranscendentalist
ancient Greek philosopher, ancient Greek teacher of philosophy; one who is skilled in devious argumentation, somebody using clever talk to deceivesophist
assessment of social institutions by role, belief in function over form, belief that objects should be built to suit their purpose without decoration or unnecessary detail, philosophy emphasizing the practicalfunctionalism
atomic philosophy; doctrine of the action of atoms; source of all mental phenomenon in simple cause (Psychology), idea that atoms make up everythingatomism
Bachelor of PhilosophyB.Phil.
Bachelor of PhilosophyPh.B.
based on reality; practical, pragmatic; pertaining to realism in philosophy or the arts, reasonable, relating to philosophical realism, representing real life, simulating realityrealistic
belief in religious truth from nature, doctrine rejecting spiritual explanations of world, movement or school advocating realistic description, principle that the world can be understood without supernatural or spiritual explanations (Philosophy); port...naturalism
belief in self as only reality, theory that the self is the only existing or knowable thing (Philosophy)solipsism
belief that all things have intrinsic properties that can be discovered by reason (Philosophy); theory that promotes teaching specific fundamental subjects and skills to all students (Education), philosophical doctrine of essencesessentialism
belief that knowledge comes from reasoning, exercise of power to think, involvement in intellectual pursuits; use of the mind or intellect; doctrine which holds that pure reason is the source of knowledge (Philosophy), too much attention to thinkingintellectualism
belief that phenomena comprise the only true knowledge (Philosophy), sense-data-based theory of perceptionphenomenalism
believer in Cyrenaic philosophy, hedonist, of Cyrenaica, of Cyrene, of the philosophy of pleasure, somebody from CyreneCyrenaic
believer in system of ideas, somebody who works on belief system, student of ideology (Philosophy); visionary, one who speculates or theorizes; one who adheres to a certain body of beliefs or principlesideologist
branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of beauty, esthetics, how something looks, idea of beauty, study of art, study of beautyaesthetics
broad-minded, culturally oriented, generous, generous in quantity, in favor of reform, supporting a progressive philosophy (political, religious, social, etc.); tolerant, open-minded; generous; abundant, liberal personliberal
classical studies, liberal art studies (as opposed to sciences) such as philosophy and literature and art, liberal artshumanities
code of morality, moral philosophy, set of moral principles or values, principles of conduct governing an institution, or an individualethics
combination of different beliefs, joining of two seemingly contradictory ideas or beliefs (Philosophy, Religion); combination of at least different inflectional forms (Linguistics), merging of different inflectional formssyncretism
complete skepticism, skeptical philosophy of PyrrhoPyrrhonism
concerned with deep questions of life, of philosophy; calm, idyllic, tranquil, philosophic, relating to studying nature of reality, showing calmness and resignationphilosophical
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