DICTIONARY

OF

PHILOSOPHICAL TERMS

A

DICTIONARY
OF

PHILOSOPHICAL TERMS
CHIEFLY FROM THE JAPANESE

DR.

RICHARD AXD

DR.

MAcGILLIVRAY

PUBUSHKD BY

CHRISTIAN LITERATURE SOCIETY FOR CHINA

SHANGHAI

PREFACE.
The
its

present

work

is

issued by the C. L. S., primarily to meet
tired of waiting for action

own

needs.

We

grew

on the part

of others.

The Chinese Government has been
line,

often said to be

doing something in this
failed to

but the Education Board has so far

supply the need.

The Japanese terms
we went

are being

very

extensively adopted, and accordingly

to the great Japa-

nese

work

"5"

^

~fc

i^

iHf

and copied out the terms that are

therein described at length.

YW,

of course,

do not endorse

all

these terms as even

good
and

but they are coining in like a flood.

They

are in the field

we should know them.
translators will find a

All

who

deal with

students as well as

knowledge

of at least the principal of entries
is

terms

indispensable.
Dr.

The

total

number
work

about 2,482.
the

G. A.

Stuart's

published
a's

by

Educational

Association of China in 1910, as well
ary of Medical

Dr. Cousland's Diction-

Terms

are excellent but wholly different.
it is

This

work

is

tentative

and imperfect, but

hoped that improvement

can be effected in the next edition.
D.

MAcGlLLIVRAY.

4

NOV

1

2 1926

DICTIONARY
OF

PHILOSOPHICAL TERMS
Abnormal Abnormal child Abnormal psychology
Absent-mindedness Absolute and relative
Absolute concept Absolute dualism
Absolute idealism Absolutism and relativism
Absolute
self

Absorption, political Abstract and concrete
Abstract

Abstraction

Abstract monism
Abstract term

Abstruse
Accessor}- nerves

Accident
Accidentalism

$$i&
BHin Gfr)

Accommodation
Accountability

Accuracy Achromatic sensation

W

BH' IsK. !^

1

Acosmism Acoumeter
Acoustics

Acquired Acquired character
Acting, direct Action
Active and passive
Activity
Sillf

Actual
Actual causality
Actuality
Actuality philosophy
Actuality theory

Adaptation
Adaptation-theory

Adequacy.
Adequateness

Adequate stimulus

Ad

j

e cti ve

(Grammar)

Administration
Administrative law

Adolescence

Adoptionism
Adverbials

Adversative
Aerotaxis

Aerotropism
.Esthesiometer
.Esthetical attitude

.Esthetical feeling
.'Esthetical impression

)'i^J!sW

.Esthetical interest

.Esthetical

judgment

.Esthetical pleasure
.Esthetical-religious idealism
'

.Esthetical standard

.Estheticism
.Esthetics /Esthetics of feeling
/Etiological

argument

'^Etiology

Affection
Affections
Affective tone
Affinitv

A

'It,

/^

Affinity, chemical

Affirmation
Affirmative judgment
Affix

After-glow

After-image
After-sensation

^^f MJcilE

Agape (love Agent
Aggregation
Agnosticism

feast)

Agglutinating language

$fS^tl

Agoraphobia

R&i^EI
1tf*)^c|~i
(in law

Agrammatism Agreement (in gram.)

Aim
Albinism

Albumen
Alchemy
Alcohol
Alcoholic intoxication

%iffi
j||fj|

FW^fic&^J&fi:

Alcoholism

Algebra

Algebra of logic
Algesimeter

Algometer
Allantois (Med.)

lg (Jftfe$)

Allegory
Alluring colouration

MHti
t^lSfe

Alphabet
Alternative (Bot.)

Altruism

Ambiguity

Ambiguous term
Ambition

Amendment

^j^> Am.

to the

am.

Amethodical

Amnesia

Amnion
Amorphous Amphibia Amphimixis
Ampliative judgment
Amplification

Amulet Anabolism (Biol. Anadromous fish
Analogist

)

Analogical inference

Jfclfe

Analogy
Analysis and synthesis
Analytical definition

Analytical judgment Analytical language Analytical syllogism
.

Anarchism

Anatomy

(dissection)

Mtt'J^ (See Stuart)

Ancestor- worshi p

Androcentric theory

Androcracy
Anesthesia

Auger Angel Animal courage Animal kingdom Animal magnetism Animal psychology
Animalculae

.

Animism
Annelids

Anomalist

Anomaly
Antagonistic colours

Antecedent and consequence
Anthropocentric theory

Anthropolatry

Anthropologism

Anthropology

Anthropometry

Anthropomorphism
Antimilitarism

AntinomjAntiseptics
Anti-social
Antiteleolog\-

Anti thesis

Antonym
Apagogical demonstration

f^^e^W^i

Apathy
Aphasia
Aphelion
Apologetics

A

posteriori (See Induction)

Apothegm
Appearance
Apperception
Appetite

j^-g

H83& ('fit^O

Applied ethics Applied sociolog}-

BftfamQ
Iffiffifif'T^

Approbation
Apriorism Aquatic animal
Arbitration
Arbitrators

fSlH
^fc5^t8;

7-K^lKj^

Arboreal dwelling

.

Arc
Archseolithic period

Archaeology
Architect

JE^&P

Archives

Area
Aretaics

Argument

in a circle

Aristocracy

Arithmomania
Arrogance
Articular sensation
Articulation
Artificial classification Artificial division Artificial
Artificial

A$$j5Hl!

language law

A^?i

Artificial selection Artificial stone

Art impulse Art of memory
Arts, fine

Asceticism
Assertion

^ &*
gTr-si=yi c^i

Giftf*)

Assessor
Assimilation
Association
Association by contiguity Association of ideas
Association psychology Astigmatism

PnlPlf

J^ Wl^Kt (sound)

^inM VC \W+
EX. '\

Astrology

H^
Mf|j2i/J,

Ataraxy Atavism
Ataxia

ffi&tfe (IQMlfl)

Atheism

te^|^

Atom
Atomic weight

Atomism Atonement
Atrophy
Attention

llH^

Attribute

Audiometer
Auditory
Auditory sensation

Auditory type

!&$?&

Augury
Authority
Authority (church)

Autocrat

IMftlf!'

Automatic Automatic movement Automatic writing

JEjU^S^

^Wj^Wj
HSfrll^lii

Automatism
Automatograph

Sl&IS &!&i6g

Autonomy
Auxiliary

Avarice

g

Avatar
Aversion

Axiology

HMI&

Axiom

B
Bacillus

mfe

(miao)

Bacteria

Bad
Ballot

Baptism
Barter

@|g
Mffi.

>

Bastard

Beau

ideal

Beautiful soul

Beauty
Beauty of
arts

H
3H$J^
F^'irJ-

Beauty of form

Becoming (verb)
Being (verb)
Beneficence
,

To

be

Benevolence
Bible
Biblical criticism
Biblical science

^WfitW-

Biblical theology

Bibliolatry
Bilateral

symmetry

Binaural hearing

Binocular color mixture
Binocular vision
Hii&'liH

Binymic
Biological sociology

Biological part of anthropology

Biology
Biometry-

^^/^

Bioplasm
Birds
Birth-rate

Blood-oath

Blush

Board
Board

of arbitration of trustees

Body Body

politic

Botany Boundless
Brachycephals

$&$k

H
lift

Brahma Brahmanism
Brain
Brief

Brightness

Bronze age

Buddha

9

Buddhahood

Cabinet
Calisthenics

HlftHM,

Cannibalism

Canon
Canons
Canonic
Capacity
Capitalism
Capitalist, labour

pi*^

Cardinal virtues

Carnivorous animal

Case (an event) Case (in Grammar)
Caste
Casuistry

Catalepsy
Catatonia

Catechism
Categorical imperative Categorical judgment Categorical syllogism

&^ f^

Category
Catharsis

$$KH)

Causality

Cause
,,

doctrine of final
effectual
final

, >

10
Cause,
,,

first

X, 1&
ilS

principal

ultimate

3EHMS

Cave dwelling Cave man
Celibacy
Cell

%m

(flfc

See Stuart)

Census
Centre
Centre of gravit}'
S^CSMfi

Cerebellum
Cerebral localisation

/h$8

KmMtffi&M
^J!$i

Cerebrum

Ceremony
Certainty

fH5^

ItW'l* ?tffl4

Certitude

Change Chaos

of matter

Character
Characteristic
Characteristic beauty

Charity
Chastity

311?

&m
HK^^J

Cheiromancy Chemical atomism
Chemical sense

Chemotaxis

Chemotropism
Child Child psychology
Children's drawing Child study

JUHfc'tt

MM

Chipped stone implements

Chiromancy
Choice
Choice independent
Choleric

mtt r

11
Christianity

Christian socialism

Christology

Chronic Chronic alcoholism

Chronograph
Chronology
Chronoscope

fl$Pif!!i!!

Church
Church, Unitarian

Church, universalist

W^^
%%.

Church father Church history
Circumcision

Circumscribing definition Circumstance
Citizenship
Citizenship, to deprive of

City
City state
Civilization
Civilize
Civil

law

Civil liberty
Civil matter

Clairvoyance Clan

Clang
Class

Classicism
Classification

Classification system

Clause Claustrophobia
Clear

Cleptomania
Clergy

12
Clericalism

Clothing

Cocainism
Cochlea

Code Code

of civil

procedure
procedure

of criminal

Coelenterata

Coercion
Coexistence

Cognition

Coherent
Cold color

Cold spots
Collective concept Collective consciousness

<!&
Hl^^Hife
Ife'cj'^Sit

Collective terms
Collective will

&&H&&

Collectivism
Colligation of facts

Collocation

^@
ifiil]l&

Colloquialism
Colloquial speech

Colonisation

Colony
Colorless sensation

Color-blindness

Color mixture
Color of tone Color pyramid
Colors

Color sensation Color symbolism
Color-tone

Q&lfcfflL

Color triangle

Combination, chemical

Combined method

of investigation

Combined syllogism

13

Comic

Comma
Commensurable Commercial law

Sft

Common Common Common Common

law
sensation

sense sense school
*ifiil$R(t:?j)
(

ft)

Communism
Community
Comparison
Comparative embryology

^jH^ils

Comparative physiology
Comparative psychology Comparative religion
Compatibility

Compatible concept

Complementary color Complex concept
Complexion
Complication

Composition Composition theory Compound, chemical Conation
Concentration

Concept

Concept of future world
Conception, intuitive

Conceptualism Conclusion

Concomitant sensation Concord
Concrete (Logic) Concrete idealism
Concrete monism
Concrete term
JMHK&~~"2Gtfil

Condition

14
Conditional judgment

i^f^t )!!?
1

Conduct Cone
Confession (religious)

Confirmation

^flf$l

Confuse
Congregationalism
IS.'tj'ftR

Congruence Conjugal relation Conjugation (grammar) Connotation, and denotation
Conposite concept

^fB'cH^

^MM^
^'o'^.^

Conscience
Conscience, public

Conscientiousness

i$t1f

Consciousness
Consciousness, stream of

Ulal
'If.'jItlSSt

Consciousness of bodily position Consciousness of difference
Consciousness of disease

{iH!i[S(Ji

HH;lf1&
ffi&^Wt.

Consciousness of kind

Consequence
Conservation of energy
Conservatism, ultra Consistency
Consistent concept

Consonance and dissonance
Consonant
(letter)

Constancy
Constitution (Govt.)
Constitutional neurasthenia

'@S

Constraint

Constructive dilemma

Contamination
Contemplation
Contemplative Content
Content, solid

ft??
flf^fu

15
Content, square

Continuity Contract (noun)
Contractility

Contraction (gram.)
Contradiction
Contradiction in terms

Contradictory concept
Contradictory opposition
Contraposition

Contrary Contrary concept

Contrary opposition Contrast (verb)

Jx.UJlUfg

Convenience

Convent Convention
Convergence Conversion
of character

H,fr, ff,fr,

$*{&,

Conversion by limitation Conversion by negation Convolution

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Cooking
Co-operation

Co-ordinate concept Co-ordinates
Co-ordination

Copyright

Copula
Coral reef

Cord record
Corollary
Correction
Correlated variation
Correlative concept
Correlation, difference
to

know

identity

and
UlfSj

Cosmogony

16
Cosmological argument

Cosmology
Cosmopolitanism Council (church)
Council of apostles

Courage
Courage, animal Courage, moral
Courtship
^

ItJI^H

Coyness
Craniology
Creation

Creationism
Credentials

fSSI

Credulous

Creed

Crime
Criminal anthropology Criminal class

Criminal law

Criminal psychology Criminal race

Criminal sociology

Criminology
Crisis

Criterion
Critical idealism

Criticism

Critique

Cross
Cross-division

Cross-education

Crowd
Crustacea

Culture
Coitus
Curiosity

17
Curly
haii-

Currency
Current, electric

Curse

Curve Custom
Cycle

(see Habit)

Cyclopcedia

Cynics

Cytology

I)
Danger-signal

Darwinism
Data

Day-dream Day-dreaming Dead language
Debate
Debility

Decalogue
Decision
Decretals

Deduce
Deduction
Deductive hedonism
Defect (.Mental;
Definition

Degenerant
Degeneration Degeneration theory of religion
Degenerative insanity.

Deism
Delegate (parliamentary)
Deliberation

Delirium

18
Delirium of fox possession

^EM^^tE

Delirium of grandeur

Deluge Delusion
Delusion of poisoning
fSt^f^^f,

Dementia

Mll
aEf^j

Demiurge Democracy

Demography

Demon
Demonology
Demonstration

?&$L^
ff

Demotic association Demotic society
Denationalisation

Dendrolatry
Denotation (and Connotation)

Dependence Dependent
Depressive delusion
Derivative

^rt1
*

Derivative law

Description
Descriptive anthropology

Descriptive sciences
Descriptive sociology Descriptive terminology
fiilic^J'i'Mna

Desire

Despot
Despotism
Destructive dilemma

Determination

Determinism

Development Development theory
Devil or Satan
tSffclft

J^J^I

Devotion

19
Diacritical

mark

Diagnosis
Dialect
Dialectics

Dialogic

method

fjfj $c

Dialogue
Diathesis

ftgft

Dichotomy
Dictionary

Dictum
Didactics
Difference
Differentiation

i|Sfr|f

Dilemma
Diluvial

M7Jifir&

man

Dimorphism
Diphthong Diploma
Diplomacy
Dipsomania
Direct cell-division Direct vision
Discipline
Drscriminatioii

pig
^ii/']

Disinterested
Disinterested action

Disjunctive judgment

Disjunctive syllogism

Disorder of articulation

Disorder of hand-writing
Disparate concept
Disposition

Dissimulation
Distinct

Distribution

Diurnal animal

Divergence of character

20
Divinity school

Division

Division of labour

Dizziness

H^ifl

Docetism
Docility
^I^'-'I^:

Doctrinaire

3?t&^

Doctrine

%&M

Doctrine of social contract

Dogmatical idealism
Dogmatical realism

Dogmatics
Dolichocephals

Domestication

Double personality Doubt (see Sceptics)

Doubting mania Dramatic instinct

Dream
Drift

(see

Daydream)

man

Drum
Dualism
Duration of
life

Duty Dynamics

Dynamic theory

of matter

Dynamism

:E
Easter

Echo-symptom
Eclectics

Economic life Economics
Ecstasy Ectoblast

H$MM%i
ffi.ffi^

21
Education
Educational journals

$cff

Education of
Effect

girls

Efficient cause (see Cause).
Effort,

Wljjffi

harmonious

Egoism
Egoistic hedonism Ejective (Psych.)

Elaboration of judgment
Election (Theolog.) Element, chemical

Element
Elemental philosophy
Elimination (Algeb.)
Elite
Ellipsis (Gram.) Emanation theory

Embryo
Embryology Emotion
Emotional expression Emotionalism

Emphasis
Empirical and rationalistic school
Empirical la-w Empirical hedonism
Empirical philosophy Empirical realism

^l&fl*

1&M&J&$l&
f$l$&lf$

Empirical

self

&M&
jji&r

Empiricism
Encyclopaedia

End (i.e. object) End and means
Endemic animal
^L^^lWi'^J

Endogamy
Endorse

W%&&

22

Endowment
Energism

ffilfi^

Energy
Energy, conservation of

^#j

Enjoyment Ennui
Entoblast

ftiGH

Enumeration

Environment

Envy
Eolite
Eolithic period

$f& M*fc&^

Epicheirema (L,ogic)
Epigenesis

Epilepsy
Episcopalian

Episyllogism

Equation
Equality
Equipollent concept
^JM-Hvt

Equivocal terms

Eros
Error Error of the conceptual processes

Erythrophobia
Eschatology
Essential

Essential character

Ethical hedonism
Ethical idealism Ethical religion

4&*Stfc^i&

Ethical theories
Ethico-esthetical idealism

Ethics
Ethnical society

Ethnographical characters

Ethnography

23
Ethnological characters

Ethnology

AM^
fg^lfo
^Jflflf&Ccf. aretaics)

Etymology Eudsemonism
Eudsemonistic pessimism

Eugenics
Evangelical alliance Evangelical

harmony

Evangel Event
Evidence
Evil

Evolution

Evolutionism
Evolutionist
Evolutionistic hedonism

5ft^

Evolution theory
Evolution theory of religion

Exact sciences

Example
Excellence

$*J

M-^T
&\9\-

Exception
Exceptive judgment
Excitation

V&9\-ffiWS!R

Excitement
Excitement and
tranqtiillisation

S^l^'^fci^

Excommunication
Executive
Exemplification

Exhaustive division
Existence

"^^6'J^^*

&%
M^$P^

Exogamy
Exotic animal

Expectation

Experience

Experimental Pedagogics Experimental psychology

$SU$xt!cW^

24
Experimental sociology
Explanation

j$|
Qfcffi'ii

Explanatory sciences Explosive sound
Expression Extension (and Intension)

4&Hi
^t-JiE

ftiH

Extensionism
Extinction (of race)
Extra-syllogistic reasoning
Extraterritoriality

mH^P

F
Facial angle

Fac-simile

5^'&j,

M1^

Fact
Factor

Hf^

MS

Factory law
Faculty

Faculty psychology
Faith
Faith philosophy
fg

Fact social
Fallacy
Fallacy in the matter Fallacy of accident
Fallacy of ambiguous middle Fallacy of composition Fallacy of denying the antecedent, of affirming the consequent
Fallacy of imagination
/

tH1;jll0|

Fallacy of

many

question

Fallacy of metaphor Fallacy of the consequent Fallacy of the false cause

}ffM?M"2.f$M

Falsehood

Family

^
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Family

of

language

g$i

25
Fancy
Fantastic

Fatalism

filifitife

Fate
Father-right

Fear
Fechner's fundamental formula
Feeling (Emotion) Feeling of content

Feeling of effort
Feeling of familiarity

Feeling of form Feeling tone

Fellow feeling
Fetich

HOfltldt

n,^

Fetichism

5N&#
J^Hi^JIJc
jiUlfl

Feudalism
Field of consciousness

(or

Field of regard
Field of vision

^SB9

Field touch

Figure
Final

(

of syllogism)

Final cause (see Cause)
Finality

Final sound
Fire worship Fishes
Fitness

&fg

Five senses

Flat-worms
Flexion
Fluctuation
ffijl,

Folk psychology

Food Food and drink
Forbearance
Force, centrifugal

it3^/

26
Force, centripetal

Forgetfulness

Form
Formal cause Formal
fallacy

Formal idealism
Formalism

Formal law Formal Tightness Formal impulse

Form
Forms

of

government

of intuition

Formula
Fraud Freedom Freedom

of the will

Freedom
Fricative

of religion

Friendship Frontal lobe
Frugality

mm
(

Frugivorous animal
Function

(Mathem.)

Functional psychology

Fund
Funds, public Fundamental color

Fundamental philosophy
Fundamental tone
Funeral
rites
.

Furrow
Fusion

G
Gastrula stage

Genealogy (of words)

27
General concept General good
Generalization

-~%%$H&

General law
General psychology General will

&&&
$&%

Generic
Genetic
Genetic aggregation
Genetical definition Genetical psychology

1^#J

Genius
Gentile Christians

M^tf $C^
|

Genus
Geotropism

Germ
Germ-layer

Germplasm
Gesture Gesture language

JUSf

Ghost

God
Golden Age Golden rule Golden section
iK^fe^'

Hj^f

Good
Gospel

Government
Grace
Gradation

(see Stuart)

Graduate

Grammar
Grammatical category Graphic method

Graphology

Graphospasm
Gratitude

28
Greatest happiness

Greek apologists Greek church Greek philosophy
Gregarious instinct
Gregariousness
Grief

tffJMF^

mH

Ground and consequence

Group Group marriage Growth
Gustatory organ

Gustatory .sensation

Gymnastics
Gynecocentrie theory

H
Habeas Corpus
Habit
Habitations on land

Hades
Hair
Hallucination

Hand dynamometer
Happiness

Harmony Harmony and disharmony Harmony of vowels
Haruspication

p>fU
l&jS^fe
j$ar

h

Hate
Haughtiness

1tM
jffc

Heathen
Heathenism
Hedonistic paradox
Hedonistic zero
l&itfc

3I

Heliotropism
Hell

Jj

%fc,

29
Hellenism
Hellenistic

Henism
Henotheism
Herbivorous animal
Hereditary institution

Jt^Kf^
tfrilliilJlx

Heredity

Heresy

Hermaphrodite Hermeneutics
Hero-worship

tipp<i&

Heterodoxy
Heterogeneous

Heteronomy
Hibernation

Hierarchy

Hieroglyph
Hieroglyphic

Higher
Highest

critic

Highest good Hinduism
Histology
Historic period

Historism

History
History of civilization
History of concept

History of

dogma

History of education History of pedagogics History of philosophy History of religion

$fcW^&

Holy

Spirit

Homiletics

Homogeneous Homology

30

Homonym
Homonymous
Honesty
Honor, dishonor
terms

felillllifS

Hope
Horde
Horopter

Humanism
Humanitarian

Humanity

Human
Hybrid

sacrifice

Humility

MM
1

i&jfa.

;?..,

$11$

Hylozoism
Hyper-brachycephals

^J?ftfe
JBJK9JS
'

Hyperbulia

j

^"H)
^llgii

Hypermnesia Hyperorexia
Hypertrophy

Jtl&rLjlE

j^/X^>S
fl80K$5*

Hypnotism Hypobulia
Hypothecate
Hypothesis
ILypothesis of the central
fire-

S^^cll
ffifl
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MtftdSS?

Hypothetical dualism
Hypothetical imperative Hypothetical judgment Hypothetical syllogism
Hysterical mania

Idea
Idea, fundamental

Idea, innate

Idea force
Ideal

31
Ideal,

beau

Idealisation

Idealism

Ideology
Identical concept

Identical philosophy

Identity

Idiocy

Idiom
Idio-retinal light

Idiosyncrasy
Idleness
Idol

ftl*
fillf ffc

Idolatry
Illusion

f|J|.

^!$ (H)

Illusionism
Illusions of motion

and movement

Image
Imagination

Image worship
Imbecile
Imbecility

|it?1
i&fb

Imitation

Immanence and transcendence Immanence philosophy Immanent dualism
Immaterialism

Immediate and mediate
Immediate inference Immediate reasoning Immoral and Unmoral
Immortality

Immortality of soul

Immunity
Imperfect figure
Imperial academy

Imperialism

32
Imperial rescript on education

Imprecation

Impression

flHIt

Impressionism

Imprudence
Impulse
Inbreeding Incarnation
Inclination

tt*l
|*}ffc
/

fcl|fJ

Inconsistency

Incorporating language

Incubus (nightmare)
Indefinite

Indefinite

judgment

Indefinite term

Indeterminism

Index (numbers)
Indifferent point

Indirect cell-division
Indirect proof

Indirect proof by reducing to an ab-

surdity
Indirect reduction

R9!$j3xi
RU^ifi^

Indirect vision

Individual

ilSA,

flSiftrt,

Individual concept

WSg^^
AH,

Individual difference
Individual psychology

Individualism
Individualistic

hedonism

Individuality

Induction
Inductive fallacy
Inductive hazard

Inductive leap Inductive science
Inductive syllogism

33
Infallibility

Infant
Inference
Inflection
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Influence

Ingratitude
Inhibition
Initial

Jgijgl

sound

Initiative

Innate ideas
Inperative idea
Inquisition

Insects

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Insectivorous animal
Insensibility

Insistent idea

3&&1B

Inspiration

Instance
Instinct
Institution

#B(P&fE)
W*fa

Instruction, theory of
Intellect

Intellectual intuition
Intellectual ism

Intelligence

fl

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Intemperance Intension and extension
Intensity

^tfii^J

r^Q.^fl^^see connotation

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Intention
Interaction

Interactionism
Interest Interjection RQ

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Internal act
Irtternal

and external
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Internationalism
International law

34
International morality

International private law

m$?A'fe

International public law
Interpretation
Intinctive morality

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Intoleration

Introspection
Intuition

Intuitionalism

Intuitionism

Introduction of philosophy
Inventive
Inverse

Invertebrated animals

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Involuntary action Iron age
Irradiation
Irrational action
Irritability

Isolated language
Isolation

JUjfc'jm

J
Jain ism

Jealousy
Jesus Christ

Jewish Christians
Jewish philosophy
Joint method difference
Joint sensation
of

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agreement and

Joy
Judaism

Judge
J

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t

Junctional association

35

Jurisdiction

Jurisprudence
Justice

&W*&

Juvenile delinquency
Juxta-position

K
Katabolic

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Kathenotheism
Kinaesthetic sensation

Kingdom
Knowledge Knowledge acquired by reasoning
Knowledge, direct
Knowledge, intuitive

Labialization

Lake dwelling
Laity

Lamaism Land Language
Latent period Latent time
Latin apologists

Law Law Law
Law

of causality of disjunction
of

nature

^

(fe)

Law Law Law

of of

mental growth

thought

of three stages

Least duration

36
Legality

Legal person

Legal religion

Legal right

jg^ij

Lemma

(Math.)

Liberalism
Liberality

Libertarianism
Liberty of religion

Lie
Life

Life and death

Life-view

Light of nature
Liquid (sound) Line of direction

Line of regard
Line of sensation Line of sight

Line of vision
Literature

#!!&
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Litholatry
Littoral animal

i&R-WlWQ

Liquids

Loanword
Localization

Local sign

Lockout
Logarithm

m^ma.

Lord

of hosts

Lord's prayer
Lord's supper

Love
Love, hate
<gL fit

Lowest species

37

M
Macrocpstn

Magic

!iSi$J

Magnetism Major concept
Major term Malevolence
Malformation

Mammals Man
Mania
Maniaco-depressive psychosis

A,

Mark
Marriage

Massage Masses
Materia Medica
Material
Material cause

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Material fallacy Material idealism
Igfelfr (If 4&*3I)

Materialism
Material law Material Tightness

Mathematical induction

Mathematics
Matter

Matter and form

Mean
Meaning, signification

Measurement
Measurement
Mechanical
Mechanical sense
Mechanical, teleological
of visual area

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Mechanism

38
Mediaeval philosophy

Mediate inference

Mediate reasoning Mediator
Melancholia

Melancholia of involution
Melancholic

Melanism
Meliorism

Memory
Mental chemistry Mental deafness
Mental development Mental disease

Mental science or philosophy Merit and demerit.
Mesocephals Metabolism
Metagenesis, progressive alternation of generation
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Metamorphosis
Metaphysics

Metazoon
Metempsychosis Methodic
Methodical

Method
Method

of

agreement
concomitant variations

of

Method Method Method
Method

of difference
of ethics

of expression of impression of residuals

Method

Methodology

Metronome
Metronymic
Microbe
(

=matronymic)

Microcephalous

Microcosm
Middle concept Middle term
Mid-brain

Migrant
Migration
Militarism

Millennium

Mimicry

Mind Mind and body Mind blindness
Mind-dust theory
Mind-stuff theory

Minor concept
Miracle

Mirror writing

Mixed language Mnemonics

Mffittn

Mob
Modality

Mode
Modern philosophy Modernism
Molecule

Mollusca

Monadism
Monadology
Monarchist

Monastery

Monism Monism

of consciousness

Monistic pluralism

Monk Monogamy
Monopoly

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Monosyllabic language
IP-W^pIn'

Monotheism

Mood
Morality and economy

3H$i$lf'$l

Moral argument Moral consciousness Moral culture Moral faculty Moral feeling Moral ideas
Moral insanity Moralism
Morality

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Moral judgment Moral law

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Moral philosophy Moral progress Moral proof Moral science
Moral sense

Moral

statistics

Morbid

affectivity

Morphology
Mosaic theory of vision

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Most general genus Motion
Motive (see Object)
Motoraphasia Motor nerve

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Motor type

M

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Movement
Multiplicity

j&Wl

Muscle reading Muscular sensation
Musical tone

Mutation
Mutation theory

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Mutism

Myopy
Myriapods

Mystery
Mysticism

Myth
Mythical theory

Mythology

Naive
Naive realism

Name

or term

Nasalizing

Nasal sound

Nation
National spirit

National church

Nationalism
Nationality

National monotheism National morality National policy
National religion

National law

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Native
Nativism

Nature
Nature, moral

Natural classification Natural division Natural dualism Natural history
Naturalistic positivism

Naturalism
Natural law

42
Natural morality

Natural realism
Natural selection

Natural theology

Nature beauty
Nature nlyths Nature science

Nature society
Nature religion Nature sound
Nature, state of

Nature worship

Naturism Near point and

far point

Nebular hypothesis
Necessitarianism
Necessity and contingency

JLHI&

Necrolatry

Negation
Negative aerotropism
Negative chemotropism Negative concept Negative geota'xis
Negative heliotaxis

Negative judgment

Negative phototaxis
Negative phototropism

Negativism
Neocriticism

Neo-humanism
Neogrammarian
Neolithic period

Nepotism Nerve

H^M (^)

see Stuart.

Nerve conduction

Nervous centre
Nervous force

43
Nervousness

Nervous system
Neurasthenia of exhaustion
Neutral

^IS^
JMtefN^flli

Neutral color

Neurology Neurone

New-born child

New England idealism New psychology New sceptics
Next higher genus
Nihilism
Nihilists
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Nightmare
Nocturnal animal
Noise

Nomads
Nomenclature

Nominal

definition

Nominalist

Nomistic religion

Non-connotation

Non -relative concept
Non-ruminants
Non-social

Normal stimulus
Normative science

Nosophobia Notochord
Not-self

Noumenon Noun
Noun, abstract

Noun, proper

Number

^(

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Nun
Nursery
tale

Oath
Obedience
Object blindness
Objective (see subjective) Objective critique
Objective idealism Objective self
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Obligation

Sl^f, i^f

Obscurantism

Obscure
Observance
Observation
Obsolete word
fifi^ (jit)

Occasional cause

Occasionalism
Occipital lobe

Occultism

Oculo-motor nerves

Oecology
Offering

Old psychology
Olfactometer
Olfactory sensation

Omnivorous animal

One
Onomatopoeia Onomatopsia
Ontological proof

Ontologism

Ontology
Opinion

Opponents
Opposition

of the elemental

philosophy

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Oppositive dilemma
Optical illusion
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Optic nerve

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Optimism and pessimism
Oracle

Order

Organ
Organic sensation Organic sympathy Organism
Organization Organization of kinship
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Organ Organ

of smell
of speech

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Orientation
Originality

Original language

Original sin
Original state

J&jfe

Ornamental character
Orthodox}'

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Orthoepy
Orthography Oviparous animal

Ownership

Pagan
Paganism
Pain Pain economy Pain sensation
Pain spots
Palaeobotany
Palaeolithic

Palaeontology

Paleeozoology

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Jj^^i

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Palatalization

Palmistry

lBf$fi
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Panpneumatism Pan psych ism
Pantheism

Pantheon
Paradise

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Paradox
Parallelism

Paramnesia
Paranoia
Paraphasia
Parasitism

$&$&.&

Parthenogenesis
Particular
Partition

judgment
ljf$

Part of speech

^p|^J

Passion
Passion week

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^Ki.

Passover
Pastoral theology

Pathological character
Pathological intoxication

Patience
Patriarch and matriarch
Patriachate

Patriotism
Patristic

Patristic philosophy

Patronymic
Pedagogical pathology

Pedagogical psychology
Pedagogical society

Pedagogics
Pelagic animal

People
Perceive
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Perception

Perception of time
Perceptive judgment
Perfect figure

Perfection

Perfectionism

Perimeter
Peripatetics

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Persecutive idea

Person
Personal adornments Personal equation
Personal idealism

Personalism
Personality Personality of
Personification

God
A$Hfc,

Perspective

Phallicism

Phantasy

Phenomenalism

Phenomenology Phenomenon
Philanthropism
Philanthropy
Philosophical instruction

Jg,^^
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Philosophy Philosophy of education Philosophy of history Philosophy of nature Philosophy of the unconscious

Phlegmatic Phobia
Phonetic alphabet Phonetics

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Phosphorescence Phototaxis

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Phototropism

Phrenology

Phylogeny
Physical anthropology Physical persecutive delusion

Physicism

tyftMM

Physiognomy
Physiological aesthetics
Physiological psychology

Physiological selection Physiological unit

Physiology
Pietism
Piety
Pile dwelling

Wt&jfc
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Pineal gland

pitch
Pit dwelling

mf

Placenta

Plankton
Plantigrade animal

Play

Play impulse
Pleasantness, unpleasantness

Pleasure
Pleasure, displeasure

Pleasure

economy

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Plenum
Plethysmograph
Pluralism
Plurality of causes

Pneumograph
Point of regard
Policy

1&B&

Polished stone implement
Political

economy

Political science

49
Polyandry

Polydremonism Polemic

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Polygamy Polylemma Polymorphism
Polysynthetic language-

Polytheism

Polytomy
Polyphagia

Polyzoism
Pontifical states

Poor

relief

Population class
Positive, negative

Positive aerotaxis Positive serotropism
Positive chemotaxis

Positive chemotropism

Positive concept
Positive geotaxis

Positive geotropism
Positive heliotropism

Positive law
Positive phototaxis

Positive phototropism

Positivism
Positivists
Possibility, impossibility

Postulate

Potency
Poverty

Power, intellectual
Powers, intuitive

Prabhasamantra
Practical ethics
Practical reason

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Practical self

Practical sociology

Practice

Pra >' er
Precedent
Precocity

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Precocious dementia

Precognition
Predestination
Predicables (logic) Predicate
Predisposition

^^

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Pre-established

harmony

Pre-existence
Prehistoric anthropology Prehistoric period

Prejudice
'

Premiss
Prerogative

fj^

Presbyter
Presbyterian
Presbyterian system Presentation

->X

Presentationism
Presentative faculties

^^%
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Pressure point
Pressure sensation

Presumption
Presumptive evidence
Presupposition
Priest

^/g
1(j2j

Primary and secondary

finalities

-

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Primary colors
Primary position
Primitive folk
Primitive

Jg&
[ft^r

man

Primitive monotheism

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Primitive realism Primitive revelation Primitive society

Primitive vowels
Principle
Principle of causality
Principle of disjunction

Principle of

economy

Principle of individuation

Principle of recapitulation Principle of sufficient reason

^JfJ^?i

Private virtue
Privative concept
Privilege

Probabilism
Probability

Probation

Problem
Problematic idealism
Process
Procrastinate

Profession

Projection

Promiscuity
Proof
Proof by exclusion
Property

M
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Prophet
Proportion (Math.)
Proposition

^"SH^^t, P^H)

see Stuart

Prosyllogism
Protective resemblance
Protohistoric time

Protoplasm
Protozoa

Proverbs of Solomon

Providence

52
Proximate

Prudence

Psalm
Pseudo-catalepsy
Pseudo-paralysis
Pseudo-social

Psychalgy
Psychiatry Psychical element

Psychism
Psychological aesthetics

Psychological hedonism Psychological laboratory Psychological laws of development
Psychological sociology

Psychologism
Psychologist's fallacy

Psychologj"

Psychology of religion

Psychometry Psychomotor inhibition
Psychophysics

ffiffij&Wl

Wl

$tfl"WI

Psychophysics methods Psychosis of exhaustion
Psychosis of involution

Psychosis
Psjrchotherapeutics

Psychotherapy
Puberty
Public feeling Public law

Public opinion
Public virtue

Pugnacity
Pull sensation

Punctuation

Punishment

53
Pure conversion
Pure race

Pure

self

Purgatory
Purification

$ifc

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Puritan

?PWM
HH^JjE

Purpose
Putrid

Pyaemia

Pyramid Pvromania

Q
Qualitative hedonism

Qualitative psychology

Quality
Quality, essential
Quality, external

3H

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Quantification of predicate

Quantitative hedonism

Quantitative psychology

Quantity
Quarternary

man

Question
Questionnaire-methode
Question of poor

Quibble
Quiddity

Quietism

R
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Race
Race prejudice Race struggle
Radial symmetry Radicalism

A

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Range. of sensation

i*S$C

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Ratio
Rational

Rationalism
Rationalistic idealism
Rationalistic school

Rationality Rational psychology

Rational self-love
Rational theology

Reaction (Chem.)
Reaction experiment Reaction time

Real definition

Real estate
Real idealism

sfiWjfifc

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Realism
Realism and nominalism
Reality
Realization

Reason
Reasoning
Reasoning, abstract Reasoning, a posteriori Reasoning, deductive

Reasoning, inductive

Reasoning by analogy
Reasoning
in a circle

Recessive character
Receptivity
Reciprocity

Recognition Recognition mark
Roco'.lection

KT

Reconciliation

Recovery Recurrent vision Reduction

55
Reduplication
Reflection (thinking)

Jl^i

Reflex action

Reflex sound

Reformation,

The

Reformed church
Regeneration
Regularity-

Regulation
Regulative rule

Reigning power
Relation (Gram.)
Relative concept

Relative motion Relative self
Relativity

JtfJSfr

Relic worship

Religion
Religion, universal

Religion and education Religion of dualism

Religion of humanity
Religious ethics Religious consciousness

Remembrance Remorse
Renaissance
Repetition

Representative

Reproduction
Reproductive instinct
Reptiles

Republic Resolution
Resonance-hypothesis
Resonator

56
Respect
Responsibility

Restraint
Restriction

Retention
Retinal binocular

Retinal rivalry

Retrospection

Revealed religion
Revelation

Reversion

Rhythm
Right, moral
Rights, to enjoy equal
Rights, inherent

f)^

Rights, patent
Rights, popular

Right and wrong

Rigorism
Rite

Rivalry

Root (Etym.)
Rotifer

mm
(vestigial)

Round worms
Rudimentary organ Rule

Rules of euphonic combination Rules of syllogism

Ruminants

s
Sacred Books Sacred object Sacred places
Sacrifice

Saints

57
Salvation
Salvation

army
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Sanction

Sanguine
Satisfaction

Saturation
Satyriasis

'ffSftl)

2^

Savagery
Saviour
Sceptic

Sceptics

Scepticism

tHHKifr

Scheme
School
Science
Science of language

Hfo^

Science of law

?^f
^$C^

Science of religion
Scientific

hedonism

Scientific realism

Scotch philosophy
Scribe

Seasonal change
Secret society

Sect

Seeming Segment
Segmentation of egg

Segmented worms
Selection, natural

Selection theory
Selective act
Self

Self -activity

Self-caused
Self-conceit

Self-conscious

58
Self-con tradictory
Self-contradictory term'
Self-control

^S,
JolS

@flj

Self-denial

Self-esteem
Self-existent

@H

Self-evident truth
Selfishness
fic$&

Self-love

Self-preservation
Self-realisation

Self-respect
Self-sacrifice

Self-satisfaction

Semblance
Semi-circular canal

fMt
H-p^^aT
fallacy

Semi -logical

Semi -vowel
Sensation
Sensationalism
Sensation of cold Sensation of effort Sensation of hearing
Sensation of heat

Sensation of hunger
Sensation of in nervation

Sensation of light Sensation of

movement
and smoothness /Hl^^fcJc'fi
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Sensation of resistance
Sensatioti of roughness

Sensation of smell
Sense,

common

Sense-discrimination
Sense-illusion

Sense-impression
Sensibility

Sensori-motor

59
Sensorium
Sensory aphasia Sensory nerves Sensory type
Sensuality

Sentence

Sentiment
Sentimentalism
Separable accident

Septuagint

Serum
Service

Sg (ming)

,

Sex
Sex, female

Sex, separate

Sexual character

Sexual perversion
Sexual selection

Shame mound Side window experiment
Shell
Signification

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Sign of degeneration
Similarity

Hfli^
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Simple concept Simple conversion
Simple tone Simulation
Simultaneous association
Sin
Sincerity

3M$jf

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Single vision

Singular concept

W8&&

Singularism
Singular judgment'
Slave

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Sleep

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Sleep-walking
Social adaptation Social

anatomy

Social animal

Social assimilation

Social

bond

Social causality

Social choice

Social class
Social conflict

Social consensus Social consciousness
Social construction

Social control
Social

democracy

Social differentiation

ft|?$J^Mfc

Social dissipation
Social

dynamics
environment

Social economics
Social

Social estimation
Social ethics
Social evolution

Social factors
Social feeling

Social function Social
Social

geography
group

Social heredity Social instinct

Socialism
Sociality
Socialization

Social

life

Social logic
Social mechanics

61
Social

morphology

fifcHT^ftl^

Social organ
Social organism

Social organization Social

phenomena

Social philosophy

Social physics
Social physiology Social politics
Social problem Social process

tft^li

Social products
Social progress

Social psychology
Social reform

Social religion
Social retrogress

Social sanction
Social science

JJih^^J^t

Social selectioti
Social self Social solidarity

and suppression

Social statics

Social suggestion
Social survival
Social toleration

Social tradition Social type

Social unit
Social will

Society
Society for psychical research
Sociological ethics

Sociology
Socratic

method

^fnnj

soliloquy
Solipsism

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Solitary animal

3ili!W

Somatological character

Somnambulism
Sonant

Son of man Sonometer
Sophism
Sophists
Sorites

-$%%

Sorrow
Soul

Sound Sound law Sound pendulum Sound shifting
Space

ItflfcfcH'J

^^~f~

^%$%&

Space idea
Space perception
Space threshold for touch
Special law Special morality

4$j&ilg

Species

Speculation
Speculative aesthetics
Speculative philosophy

}&%%1ft^

Speech organ

fW^lT (*)

Spermatozoon

Sphygmograph
Spider
Spinal cord
tyMfffi.

Spinal nerve
Spirit

Spiritism
Spirit of the age

Spiritualism

Spoken language

63
Sponges
Spontaneity and receptivity

Spontaneous generation Spontaneous movement Spring form
Standard language

Standard stimulus
Star- worship

State State socialism
States union
Static sensation
Statistical

method

Statistics

Stature

Stem
Stereoscope

Stereotypy
Stimulation

Stimulus

Stimulus threshold
Stone age

Stone implements Stone worship

Stop-watch
Straight hair
Strain sensation Strike

Structure

Struggle for existence

Stupor
Stuttering
Style

Subalternation

a*

Subcontrary Subject and object
Subjective

64
Subjective sesthetical idealism

Subjective critique
Subjective idealism Subjective self

Subjective sensation Subjectivism and objectivism

Sublime
Substance
Substantial causality

'!i&

Substantialism
Substantiality theory

Substitution

Succession and duration
Suggestibility

$&

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Suggestion
Suicide

Summum bonum
Sunday
Sunday-school

Sun-worship Su perhu in an
Supernatural

A 5U $_h
J"8^i*

Supernaturalism
Supernatural positivism Superordinate and subordinate concept

Super-organism
Superstition

MW$lliu

Supposition

Supreme
Surds
Surprise

Survival of the

fittest

Suspense of judgment
Syllable

^if]

Syllogism

Symbol

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Symbolical books
fHf^Jfe

Symbolical knowledge

fiiH^J^Dli

Symbolic logic
Symbolics

Symbolism

Symmetry
Sympathetic nerve

Sympathy
Syuaesthesia

M*fit

^'Jcjl

Synagogue
Syncategorematic

@ ffi

Syncretism and eclecticism

Synedrium
Synergism

Synonym
Synopsis
Synoptics

m^^^n
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Syntax
Synthesis
Synthetic definition

Synthetic judgment
Synthetic language
Sj'nthetic philosophy

Synthetic syllogism

System
Systematology

Tabernacle
Tactual sensation
Tactual sense-organ

^^

Talent

Talisman
Taste
Tastes

Tautology Taxis

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Technical terms
Teleological
Teleological idealism

Teleological proof

Teleology
Telestereoscope

Temperament Temperance
Temperature sensation

M.^

Temperature spot

Temple
Temporal idea
Temporal lobe

iOMM

Temporal sign

Ten commandments
Tendency Tendon sensation
Tension and relaxation
Teratology

Term
Terminology
Tertiary

man

Test types

Tetratomy

Theism
Theocracy

Theodicy
Theological ethics

Theology

Theorem
Theoretical and practical Theoretical and practical self Theoretical ethics

Theory

Theory
Theory

of contract of errors of observation

67
Theory Theory
Theory Theory Theory
Theory
of evolution

of genealogical tree
of imitation of
f^fifctft

knowledge

of probability of value

Theosophy
Theriolatry

3N&&&
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6fa.

Thesis

Thing
Thing-in-itself

^

Things

indifferent

Thinking
Thirst sensation

&3f

Thought Thought transference
Threshold of consciousness Threshold of discrimination
Tickle sensation

Timbre

Time Time estimation Time sense Time sense apparatus
Tissue

l^f^^i

Thought reading
Toleration

Tomb
Tonal
line

Tonal scale

Tone

Tone symbolism Tope
Touch-sensation

J^

Touch-weight

Town

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Tradition
Traditionalism

Traducianism
Transcendent
Transcendent cause Transcendent evolutionism

Transcendent teleology Transcendental
Transcendental dualism

Transcendental idealism

Transcendentalism
Transcendental optimism Transcendental philosophy
Transcendental synthetism Transference
Transfiguration

Transformation
Transmission of character
Transubstantiation
Tree- worship
Tribal religion
.

Tribe

Trichotomy
Trigeminal nerve

Trilemma
Triliteralism

Trinitarian

Trinity

Tropism Truism Truth
Truth, necessary
Truth, simple Truth, universal
Truthfulness

J&Bjf,

it

Tuning

fork

Twin

69
Type
Typical

u
Ubiquity

Ugly
Ultimate good

Ultramontanes

MlU^i
tUlgHSfc

Unconscious Unconscious migration Unconscious selection

Uncooked food-eating
Understanding
Uniformitarianism
Unitarian

Unitarianism

United Brethren in Christ

United States Unity Unity
in variety

Universal happiness

Universalism
Universalistic hedonism

Universality

&j!j

Universal judgment

Universal religion
Universal term

Universe

Unlimited
Unpsychological ethics

Use and disuse
Utensil
Utilitarianism
Utility

70

Y
Vagal dualism
Hg'Hfc

Vacuum
Validity

jfi^

Variation

Variety

*g?iR

Vaso-motor nerves

Vengeance
Vertebrate

Vertigo

Vicious circle
Village

Virtue Visual angle
Visual apparatus Visual axis Visual sensation Visual type
Vitalism
Vitalistico-teleological proof
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Viviparous animal

Vocabulary Voice
Voiceless sound

Void
Volition
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Voluntarism
Voluntaristic philosophy

Voluntary action Vortex theory

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Water

Weakened conclusion
Weight-sensation
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Welfare
Well-being

Hit
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Whole and
Will

Winter-form

Wisdom
Wiseacre

Wit

Womanhood

Woman
Wonder

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Word-order

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World
World-soul

World-view
Worldliness

Worms
Worship
Worship Worship
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Worth
Writer's cramp

Writing Written law

Zoogeography
Zoolatry

Zoology

Zoomorphism
Zoophobia

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