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  • Duties and deontological ethics
  • Eastern theories of ethics
  • Naturalism in Chinese philosophy

Aesthetics

Epistemology

  • Applied epistemology
  • A. Phillips Griffiths - worldcat, goodreads. Author of Knowledge and Belief, On Belief (Jstor).
  • The world as you know it (Concept)
  • Epistemological difference between science afeand management -
  • Epistemological turn -
  • higher-order evidence - as it appears in the question on the 2014 All Souls College fellowship exam: "Is higher-order evidence just more evidence?"
  • On The Whole Expression used by American Psychologist William James in his book The Varieties of Religious Experience (p. 278) to help convey the empiricist nature of his method in judging "the absolute value of what religion adds to human life" (277). Definition
  • Invariability The inability for a hypothesis to be changed. For example, more precise mathematical hypotheses have less room for interpretation and can even predict. Related to Falsifiability
  • The missing factor theory The knowledge one possesses of the subconscious desires.

Political bias per pt:Viés político

Ethics

Moral Truths

  • John R. Rodman (1922-2003) - Early environmental ethicist
  • Mahāprajñāpāramitopadeśa wiki pages in Japanese and Chinese and several mentions in Wikipedia
  • Moral explanation
  • Moral fallibility
  • Intellectual courage - redirect page to Courage
  • Immortism (ethics sistem) - wiki pages in Russian and several mentions in Wikipedia
  • Political deception
  • Mutual deceit
  • Countering harm
  • Ethics of animal research
  • Joshua Halberstam Author, professor, guest lecturer, NEA Grant information: [3],list of books published: [4], personal website: [5]
  • George G. Brenkert Marxist author. Author of the book "Marx's ethics of freedom"
  • Accountability for Reasonableness
  • Magnanimité, "a major work...on the treatment of the concept [of magnanimity], or comparable concepts, not only in Aristotle...but generally in pagan philosophy and Christian theology." [ref.: W.F.R. Hardie, “‘Magnanimity’ in Aristotle’s ‘Ethics’” in Phronesis XXIII, № 1 (1978), page 66]
  • Ethic-aesthetic See also [Aesthetics] / Aesthetic Ethics. E.e. cummings (non sic) declared that "Ethics is aesthetics". This statement may have influenced the young Ludwig Wittgenstein before his publication of the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, with implications for the ethical significance of logical atomism of Wittgenstein. Related works such as Russell and Whitehead's Principia Mathematica, which has been cited as being a deconstruction of Wittgenstein, may thus also relate with this idea. Thus, the three thinkers may be viewed as a logical succession on the subject of material and abstract morality, that is, the moral dimension of logical atomism
  • Ma Zhu Confucian Hui Muslim scholar(1640-1710)

History

Logic

Philosophical logic

Request article of 'Implicit Premises, also apparently refered to as Suppressed Premises' Which is arguments/syllogisms based on presupposed premises not mentioned.

  • Appeal to classical allusions
  • Asserting an alternative
  • Axiometry Nathan Coppedge's systematic method of parsing categories, often using opposites. Important precedents for the method are Hegel's category square, Venn Diagrams, literary analogies, Novalis' category distinctions from Notes for a Romantic Encyclopaedia, and Sheldon's dialectic of opposites. The method also has an important basis in Kant's categorical imperative, and Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus. Coppedge occurs in a position that is reacting against the linguistic turn, but also embracing it. Earlier thinkers failed to truly realize that math and language could co-exist. In one of Coppedge's projects he calls this 'the qualific science'. His view is that properties that do not have qualities are irrational, because they cannot be perceived. Coppedge's categorical deduction method, radically different from syllogisms, is the primary example of the method. Axiometry is not to be confused with Axonometric projection or Axiology), which are both very different
  • B. R. A. I. N. Information gathering technique for informed decision making primarily in childbirth, acronym of Benefits, Risks, Alternatives, Intuition, Need Time. Or B. R. A. I. N. E. D. Benefits, Risks, Alternatives, Intuition, Nothing, Evaluate, Decide.
  • Categorical Deduction Introduced by Nathan Coppedge in 2013, it bears some resemblance to a truth table, but is meant to be interpreted coherently. It is as opposed to earlier forms such as Categorical syllogism, Categorical imperative, and standard Analogy. The method is unconventional in that it uses a bounded Cartesian coordinate system, reading circularly and linearly. In a quadra format it takes the form of four opposite categories (two polar opposite pairs) arranged in the strict form AB:CD and AD:CB (this can also be expressed as 'AB-CD and AD-CB' or 'A-B :: C-D and A-D :: C-B). The system can be used to bridge knowledge gaps and solve difficult problems.
  • Causal lever(s) technical term (or term-of-art) commonly used in philosophical discourse to indicate that the explanation of the mechanism that lead to the result (or considerations in a thought experiment) depend heavily on purely contingent facts (not necessary facts); that is, the explanation (or consideration) is historical or, more importantly, based on CONTINGENCY and is not purely nomological (law-based); potentially there could be several if-then's (the causal levers) THAT COULD HAVE BEEN OTHERWISE that comprise the bulk of the explanation (along with principles [usually so obvious that they're not important to discuss] about how the world works); a common phrase (clause) one may find is "... if the causal levers were such that ..."
  • Coherent Logic Nathan Larkin Coppedge introduces primarily diagrammatic methods and means of deductions as a way of objectifying knowledge and standardizing correspondence with other types of systems. Paraphrased Source: The Dimensional Philosopher's Toolkit (CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2014).
  • Common thread reasoning
  • Conjunctive forks
  • Converting a conditional
  • Doctrine of Unexpected Consequences
  • Double-paradox Nathan Coppedge defines a paroxysm as a double-paradox, a paradox used as a solution to a paradox. This requires reversing all the terms, but also requires that the initial terms form a sufficient definition of a paradoxical problem. See Coppedge describes it in a paper called Paroxysm Solution to All Paradoxes. "Paroxysm" is also the name of a book of interviews with the French philosopher Jean Baudrillard (Verso, 1998), which may have inspired Coppedge's new definition
  • Equivocity
    • Perhaps what is meant is amphiboly
    • Add to wiktionary quality or state of equivocation
  • Esser, Wilhelm, German logician
  • Exponential knowledge The method of Categorical Deduction popularized at knowledge-oriented websites in 2013 by Nathan Coppedge proposes a solution to the problems of Information based complexity known as the curse of dimensionality common in disciplines such as Economics and Mathematics. The paradox of the curse of dimensionality: Coppedge proposes that exponential knowledge has the opposite effect of complexity, which he terms "perfection," with the implication that it may ironically be perfection and not complexity which creates information overload.
  • Fallacy of assuming a common cause
  • Fallacy of biased generalization
  • Fallacies of distraction
  • Fallacies of explanation
  • Fallacy of personal preference assumptions
  • Fallacy of quantificational logic
  • Fallacy of reverse causation
  • Fallacy of the alternative syllogism
  • Fallacy of the disjunctive syllogism
  • Fallacy of the propositional logic
  • Feature logic May describe grammatic and syntactic choice in natural language.
  • Free time (fallacy)
  • Futurist extrapolation
G-O
  • Heads in the sand critique
  • Ignoring common cause
  • Illicit process (illicit major & illicit minor fallacies taken together [6])
  • Improper disjunctive syllogism
  • Improper transposition
  • Inferring from a metaphor
  • Intuitionistic modal logic
  • Kicking the problem upstairs
  • Lennon/McCartney fallacy - What is this?
  • Liminocentricity
  • List of invalid argument forms
  • Logical omniscience
  • Logical notation
  • Macro-Systems A work attributed to Xenophanes has that name, as cited in Ancient Philosophy. Cohen et al. eds. Indianapolis: Hackett, 2011. The work by Xenophanes is assumed lost. Although recent usages are sparse at best, the subject in general may relate to such areas as Biosophy, philosophy and supercomputers, or any interpretation of metaphysics. Nathan Coppedge, the author of the Dimensional Philosopher's Toolkit, introduces the terms macrosophy and microsophy in his articles and blog. See for example: [hypercubics.blogspot.com].
  • Meinongian arguments
  • Mereological arguments
  • Negating antecedent and consequent
  • omnichronal
  • Open Block Logic
  • Oppositional logic
P-Z
  • Perfectly rigorous
  • Philosophical Ideation A distinction may be made that philosophical ideation interpreted as logic has no attribute of neurosis or psychosis as is common in psychology. Particularly after Hume's Guillotine, philosophers have felt no moral obligation to attribute irrational properties to the psyche, when the process of logic is deemed to have formal constraints. Thus there is a schism between the sublime-as-object, and the sublime intention, which must then be attributed to some form of reason (logic), or else psychology itself.
  • Physiological Egoism
  • Plurivocity
  • Postmodern mathematics
  • Prejudicial language
  • Pseudorefutation
  • Quote-name
  • Repetition (fallacy)
  • Science fiction moralizing
  • Significant difference reasoning
  • Some are/some are not (aka unwarranted contrast; see [7])
  • specious reasoning
  • Sublime experience
  • Swiftian logic
  • Truthmapping
  • Upwards inherited
  • Volitive
  • Weaseler
  • Woodward, John Arrington An American philosopher/theorist known for his use of Ulrich Beck's 'second modernity' in examinations of European narratives of identity.

Mathematical logic

Metaphysics

Cuil Theory* Dense time

  • Proliferation Theory See "proliferation hypothesis" as an alternative to evolution through natural selection (on page 298 in "Microbial Ecology: An Evolutionary Approach" by J Vaun McArthur 2006 Academic Press.
  • Psi-gifts
  • CLAIRVISION (see: [www.clairvision.org]).

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  • western feminism

antimetaphysics

The view of the world of the antimetaphysical. An atheist might believe in magical thinking, or non analytical theories that don't imply the scientificmethod. An antimetaphysical is always an atheist but an atheist is not always antimetaphysical. An antimetaphysical[1] cannot be agnostic, for agnostics are or may be open to metaphysics.

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  • 10th century philosophy
  • 11th century philosophy
  • 12th century philosophy
  • 13th century philosophy
  • 1st century BC philosophy
  • 1st century philosophy
  • 2nd century BC philosophy
  • 2nd century philosophy
  • 3rd century BC philosophy
  • 3rd century philosophy
  • 4th century BC philosophy
  • 4th century philosophy
  • 5th century BC philosophy
  • 5th century philosophy
  • 6th century philosophy
  • 7th century philosophy
  • 8th century philosophy
  • 9th century philosophy

A

  • Absolute and relational theories of space and motion
  • Adelfikos
  • Abu'l Ma'ali al-Juwayni
  • Aconceptuality
  • Action at a distance in quantum mechanics
  • Action tokens
  • Activation value
  • Aequanimitas
  • Aesthetic experience
  • Aesthetic judgment
  • Aesthetic pleasure
  • Aesthetic properties
  • Aesthetics of artifacts
  • Aesthetics of food
  • African and african-american philosophy
  • African sage philosophy

After Life: the books of Anthony Borgia; Life in the world Unseen, 1954; More About Life in the World Unseen, 1956; Here and Hereafter, 1959.

  • Ahmed Tarek Ola-abaza
  • Aims of interpretation
  • Akan philosophy of the person
  • Aksapada Gautama (currently redirects to Nyāya Sūtras)
  • Alexander Bird
  • Algorithmic function
  • Aliorelative
  • All-things-considered reason
  • Alterity and identity
  • Alternative axiomatic set theories
  • Amoral decision
  • Ampliatio
  • Ampliation and restriction
  • Ampliative argument
  • Ampliative inference
  • Ampliative judgment
  • Analogical argument
  • Analogical predication
  • Analogy of proportion
  • Analysandum
  • Analysans
  • Analytic adequacy
  • Analytical definition
  • Analytical functionalism
  • Analytical philosophy in Latin America
  • Anastasia II, Saint
  • Anattavada
  • Ancient aesthetics
  • Ancient atomism
  • Ancient ethics
  • Anders Kraal
  • Andrés de Guevara y Basoazábal
  • Angelogy
  • Anhomoeomorous
  • Animal souls
  • Animals and ethics
  • Anne-Louise-Germaine, madame de Staël-Holstein
  • Anomalism of the mental
  • Anotic
  • Anschauung
  • Ante rem realism
  • Antecedentalism
  • Anti-positivist thought in Latin America
  • Anti-Procreation Movement
  • Anti-razor
  • Anti-realism in the philosophy of mathematics
  • Anti-rhetoric
  • Anti-Wilsonianism
  • Antilogism
  • Antiquarian History
  • Antisubjectivism
  • Antisymmetrical
  • Apellatio
  • Aperion
  • Apodeitic
  • Apopogetics
  • Appeal to classical allusions
  • Appearance and reality
  • Application (philosophy)
  • Approaches to feminist philosophy
  • Arabic and islamic natural philosophy and natural science
  • Arabic and islamic philosophy
  • Arabic and islamic philosophy of language and logic
  • Arabic and islamic psychology and philosophy of mind
  • Arché (University of St. Andrews)
  • Archimedean ordering
  • Argentinian philosophy
  • Argument from hallucination
  • Argument from comparative rationality - this argument for the existence of God is a variation of the argument from love, but it deserves more than just a mere subheading inside the aforementioned Wiki page. This has been built on as an argument significantly by the philosopher Roger Scruton, the thinker Alvin Plantinga and the Catholic theologian Peter Kreeft, and now has a large amount of disciples to its name. Sources for it can be found: [www.catholiceducation.org] , [www.thegospelcoalition.org] , [www.prospectmagazine.co.uk] . The matter is also looked into extensively in Alvin Plantinga's excellent book God and Other Minds.
  • Arguments for incompatibilism
  • Argumentum consensus
  • Aristotelian mathematics
  • Aristotelian political philosophy
  • Aristotelianism in Islamic philosophy
  • Aristotelianism in the Ancient World
  • Aristotelianism in the Medieval Europe
  • Aristotelianism in the Renaissance
  • Aristotle's psychology
  • Aristotle and mathematics
  • Aristotle commentators
  • Aristotle on causality
  • Arnold Zuboff
  • Art and truth
  • Art, science, and religion
  • Arthritis in the thigh
  • Artifact (philosophy)
  • Artifactuality
  • Artificial intelligence and multi-valued logic
  • Artist's intention
  • Artistic events
  • Artistic forgery
  • Artistic form
  • Artistic object
  • Artistic representation
  • Artistic taste
  • Artistic value
  • Ash'ariyya and mu'tazila
  • Aspects of consciousness
  • Aspects of mind
  • Aspectual action paradox
  • Assertability
  • Assertability conditions
  • Asserting an alternative
  • Assertion sign
  • Association for Reformational Philosophy ([reformationalphilosophy.org])
  • Atheism and agnosticism
  • Athenian Academy
  • Athenian School
  • Atomism from the th to the th century
  • Attitude utilitarianism
  • Attributive pluralism
  • Attributive use of descriptions
  • August Wilhelm Rehberg
  • Augustine and free will
  • Augustine and neo-platonism
  • Autarkia
  • Autonomy in applied ethics
  • Autonomy in moral and political philosophy
  • Autonomy in moral philosophy
  • Autonomy in political philosophy
  • Autonomy of biology
  • Autonomy of ethics
  • Autonomy of psychology
  • Avowal
  • Axiological ethics
  • Axiom of consistency
  • Axiomatic theories of truth
  • Axioms of intuition

B

  • Baron von Hardenberg Friedrich Leopold
  • Base clause
  • Basic Action
  • Basic particular
  • Basic proposition
  • Basic sentence
  • Basic statement
  • Basic statements
  • Basing relation
  • Basis clause
  • Basis relation
  • Bayesian epistemology
  • Bayesian rationality
  • Bayle's trilema
  • Beardsley's aesthetics
  • Beatitude's kiss
  • Beauty above beauty
  • Begriff
  • Behavioral equivalence
  • Being and becoming in modern physics
  • Being and goodness
  • Belief-desire model
  • Belief and knowledge
  • Bent stick in water
  • Bernard Suits
  • Beth's definability theorem
  • Beth's theorem
  • Bilateral reduction sentence
  • Binary quantifier
  • Biological altruism
  • Biological notion of self and non-self
  • Birkhoff-von Neumann logic
  • Black philosophy
  • Bladders of philosophy
  • Bodily continuity
  • Bodily sensations
  • Body and mind
  • Boltzmann's work in statistical physics
  • Borderline case
  • Boris Petrovich Vysheslavtsev
  • Boris Vysheslavtsev
  • Born interpretation
  • Bottum up
  • Bourgeoisie and proletariat
  • Brazilian philosophy
  • Brentano's thesis
  • Buddhist philosophy in Tibet
  • Bundle theory of mind
  • Bushi philosophy

C

  • Calculi of relations
  • Calculus of classes
  • Calculus of individuals
  • Callicles and Thrasymachus
  • Cambridge philosophy
  • Capacity responsibility
  • Carl Wellman
  • Cartesian interactionism
  • Categorematica
  • Categorical-in-power
  • Categorical grammar
  • Categorical judgement
  • Category-preserving
  • Causal dependence
  • Causal immediacy
  • Causal law
  • Causal lever(s) technical term (or term-of-art) commonly used in philosophical discourse to indicate that the explanation of the mechanism that lead to the result (or considerations in a thought experiment) depend heavily on purely contingent facts (not necessary facts); that is, the explanation (or consideration) is historical or, more importantly, based on CONTINGENCY and is not purely nomological (law-based); potentially there could be several if-then's (the causal levers) THAT COULD HAVE BEEN OTHERWISE that comprise the bulk of the explanation (along with principles [usually so obvious that they're not important to discuss] about how the world works); a common phrase (clause) one may find is "... if the causal levers were such that ..."
  • Causal overdetermination
  • Causal processes
  • Causal responsibility
  • Causal statement
  • Causal theories of mental content
  • Causal theory of mental content
  • Causal theory of mind
  • Causal theory of perception
  • Causality and necessity in Islamic thought
  • Causation and manipulability
  • Causation in the law
  • Causes and reasons
  • Cement of the universe
  • Central-state materialism
  • Central concepts of Christianity
  • Central state materialism
  • Ceteris paribus clause
  • Ch'en Hsien-chang
  • Ch'ien-fu Lun
  • Ch'ien and k'un
  • Charles-Arnold Van Gennep
  • Cheapest-cost avoider
  • Chiao Hung
  • Chien ai
  • Chih-hsing ho-i
  • Chomsky hierarchy of languages
  • Choosing and deciding
  • Chung (philosophy)
  • Chung and shu
  • Church's theorem and the decision problem
  • Church's type theory
  • Class paradox
  • Clavicula nox symbol
  • I know of this biased, poorly-written site. It is an ancient symbol from Le Dragon Rouge tome associated with magic. It's also the topic of numerous opera/black metal bands. Apart from that, I can't find anything, least of all a reputable source.
  • Clear and distinct idea
  • Clip an angel's wings
  • Cogito argument
  • Cognition of art
  • Cognitive pluralism
  • Cognitive value
  • Cognitive value of art
  • Coherence theory of justification
  • Coherence theory of knowledge
  • Coherentist theories of epistemic justification
  • Coherentist theories of justification
  • Collapse theories
  • Color theories
  • Colour and qualia
  • Colour theories
  • Combinatory completeness
  • Combining logics
  • Command theory of law
  • Comments of a Recluse
  • Common-consent arguments for the existence of God
  • Common effects
  • Common notions
  • Common sense ethics
  • Common sense philosophy
  • Common sensibles
  • Common sensism
  • Common thread reasoning
  • Commonsensism
  • Communication and intention
  • Commutative justice
  • Comparative Philosophy
  • Comparative philosophy Chinese and Western
  • Comple
  • Complementary class
  • Complementary term
  • Complete negation
  • Complete symbol
  • Complex idea
  • Complexum significabile
  • Composite idea
  • Compositional intention
  • Compositionality and logical form
  • Comprehension schema
  • Computability and complexity
  • Computation and representation
  • Computing and moral responsibility
  • Concepts of god
  • Concepts of probability
  • Conceptual immediacy
  • Conceptual polarity
  • Conceptual priority
  • Conceptual role theory of meaning
  • Conceptual truth
  • Concilience
  • Conclusive justification
  • Concomitant variations
  • Concrete universal
  • Concurrent cause
  • Concursus dei
  • Conditional proposition
  • Confectionary fallacy
  • Confirmation and induction
  • Confirmation theory
  • Conflicting conditions
  • Conjunctive forks
  • Conscientiology
  • Conscientious refusal
  • Consciousness and intentionality
  • Consciousness and mental content
  • Consciousness and neuroscience
  • Consciousness and physics
  • Consciousness and psychology
  • Consciousness and science
  • Consequential property
  • Conservation principle
  • Conservation principles
  • Conservatism and Romanticism
  • Consistency proofs
  • Constative
  • Constitutive principle
  • Constructive and intuitionistic zermelo-fraenkel set theory
  • Constructivism in ethics
  • Constructivism in mathematics
  • Content externalism
  • Content of consciousness
  • Contents of perception
  • Context (philosophical term)
  • Contextual definition
  • Continental feminism
  • Continental philosophy of law
  • Contingent and necessary existence
  • Contingent and necessary statements
  • Contingent being
  • Contingent liar
  • Continuity and infinitesimals
  • Continuum problem
  • Contrary-to-duty imperative
  • Contrary-to-fact conditional
  • Contravalid
  • Contributive value
  • Conventional sign
  • Conventionality of simultaneity
  • Converse domain
  • Converting a conditional
  • Copulatio
  • Corner quotes
  • Correlativity
  • Correlationism, Quentin Meillassoux's criticism of Post-Kantian philosophy
  • Corrigibility
  • Cosmological arguments for the existence of god
  • Cosmology and religious belief
  • Cosmology and theology
  • Could have done otherwise
  • Counterdomain
  • Counterfactual analysis of causation
  • Counterfactual theories of causal processes
  • Counterfactual theories of causation
  • Counteridenticals
  • Countering harm
  • Counterinstance
  • Cratylus Zeyl
  • Creation and conservation
  • Criminal law theory
  • Criteria of Adequacy
  • Criteriological connection
  • Criteriology
  • Critical idealism
  • Criticism of Confucianism - now redirects to Confucianism#Criticism
  • Croatian philosophy
  • Crucial experiments
  • Curve-fitting problem

D

Dialogical Ecology.

  • Darrell Rowbottom
  • Daud al-Muqammas
  • De-totalizing totality
  • Deciding
  • Decision and game theory
  • Declining marginal utility
  • Decomposability
  • Dedekind's contributions to the foundations of mathematics
  • Deducibility
  • Deducibility relation
  • Deduction of the categories
  • Deductive completeness
  • Deductive explanation
  • Deductive justification
  • Defaults in semantics and pragmatics
  • Defeat of reasons
  • Definienda
  • Definism
  • Definist
  • Definite description operator
  • Definition in use
  • Deflationary theories of truth
  • Degree of confirmation
  • Democratic violence
  • Demonstrative inference
  • Demonstrative method
  • Demonstrative reasoning
  • Demonstrative syllogism
  • Demonstratives and indexicals
  • Denotation and connotation
  • Denoting concept
  • Deontic operator
  • Deontic paradoxes
  • Departments of philosophy
  • Dependent beauty
  • Descartes' epistemology
  • Descartes' ethics
  • Descartes' physics
  • Descartes and the pineal gland
  • Descriptive emergence
  • Descriptive emergentism
  • Descriptive individualism
  • Descriptive meaning
  • Descriptive metaphysics
  • Descriptive relativism
  • Desert and merit
  • Designator
  • Desire-belief model
  • Determinables and determinates
  • Determinates
  • Determinates vs. determinables
  • Determinism and freedom
  • Determinism and indeterminism
  • Deterministic law
  • Deus sive Natura
  • Development of axiomatic set theory
  • Development of first-order logic
  • Development of proof theory
  • Deviant causal chain
  • Devil Theory
  • Dewey's aesthetics
  • Dewey's political philosophy
  • Diagonal procedure
  • Dialectical argument
  • Dialecticians
  • Diallelon
  • Dici de omni et nullo
  • Différend
  • Digambara Jainism
  • Digital Sublime
  • Diogenes of Ionoanda
  • Direct intention
  • Direct knowledge
  • Direct passions
  • Direct sense
  • Discernible truth
  • Discourse semantics
  • Discrimination and language
  • Disembodiment
  • Disjunctive proposition
  • Disposition to believe
  • Dispositional state
  • Dispositional theory of meaning
  • Dispositional theory of memory
  • Disquotation theory of truth
  • Distributive and economic justice
  • Distributive laws
  • Distributively
  • Disunity of science
  • Divine action
  • Divine attributes
  • Divine foreknowledge
  • Divine freedom
  • Divine sovereignty
  • Drishtantoism[2]
  • Doctrine of Infinite Analysis
  • Doctrine of Minute Perception
  • Doctrine of Unexpected Consequences
  • Doing harm vs. allowing harm
  • Downward saturated set
  • Doxastic holism
  • Doxastic virtues
  • Doxographers
  • Dravyasat
  • Dream logic
  • Dualism and metaphysics of mind
  • Duhem thesis
  • Dutch philosophy
  • Dynamic logics

E

  • E-proposition
  • Early Christian philosophy
  • Early development of set theory
  • Early philosophical interpretations of general relativity
  • Eastern theories of ethics
  • Ecological philosophy
  • Ecology and conservation
  • Economic institution
  • Economics and economic justice
  • Economics and ethics
  • Édouard Louis Emmanuel Julien Le Roy
  • Edward Halper
  • Edward N. Martin (philosopher)
  • Edward Stillingfeet
  • Effluences
  • Effluxes
  • Egocentric particular
  • Egoistic consequentialism
  • Eidetic intuition
  • Eidon
  • Einstein's philosophy of science
  • Einstein and the hole argument
  • Elementary quantification theory
  • Eliminative induction
  • Eliminativism about propositional attitudes
  • Elizabeth Brake - Arizona State University philosophy professor who coined the term "amatonormativity" and advocate for marriage reform.
  • Elizabeth McMasters - a world renowned psychiatrist from Chicago, now working in McHenry.
  • Emancipatory discourse
  • Embraced desires
  • Emergent philosophy
  • Emotions in the christian tradition
  • Emotive meaning
  • Empathic solipsism
  • Empirical approaches to moral psychology
  • Empirical ego
  • Empirical meaning
  • Empiriocriticism
  • Encrateia
  • Ens a se
  • Ens ex se
  • Ens per accidens
  • Ens perfectissimo
  • Ens rationis
  • Ens realissimum
  • Environmental aesthetics
  • Epapoge
  • Ephetics
  • Epicheirema
  • Epicurean objection
  • Epigenesis and preformationism
  • Episteme and techne
  • Epistemic access
  • Epistemic accessibility
  • Epistemic basing relation
  • Epistemic certainty
  • Epistemic closure principle
  • Epistemic deontologism
  • Epistemic dependence
  • Epistemic holism
  • Epistemic immediacy
  • Epistemic operator
  • Epistemic paradoxes
  • Epistemic permissibility
  • Epistemic principle
  • Epistemic priority
  • Epistemic privacy
  • Epistemic rationality
  • Epistemic regress argument
  • Epistemic violence
  • Epistemological difference between science and management
  • Epistemological problems of memory
  • Epistemological problems of perception
  • Epistemological turn
  • Epistemology and ethics
  • Epistemology in Islamic philosophy
  • Epistemology of religion
  • Epistemology of science
  • Episyllogism
  • Equivalence condition
  • Equivalence of mass and energy
  • Equivocity
  • Erfahrung
  • Erklärung
  • Erlebnis
  • Ernst Mally and deontic logic
  • Esprit movement
  • Essential versus accidental properties
  • Eternity and time
  • Ethical constructivism
  • Ethical conventionalism
  • Ethical eudaimonism
  • Ethical hedonism
  • Ethical pragmatism
  • Ethical value of art
  • Ethical voluntarism
  • Ethics and art
  • Ethics and information technology
  • Ethics of science
  • Eugene Garver
  • Eurytus of Croton
  • Event causation
  • Everett's relative-state formulation of quantum mechanics
  • Evolution of cognition
  • Evolutionary theory and social science
  • Exact similarity
  • Examination paradox
  • Examples in ethics
  • Exciting reason
  • Exclusionary reason
  • Exemplarism
  • Existential polarity
  • Existenz philosophy
  • Experience and perception of time
  • Experimentum crusis
  • Explaining reason
  • Explanation by samples
  • Explanationism
  • Explanatory emergence
  • Explanatory fiction
  • Explanatory reductionism
  • Explicit definition
  • Exponible
  • Expressibility logicism
  • Expression and idiom
  • Expression theory of art
  • Expressive completeness
  • Expressive meaning
  • Extensive abstraction
  • Extensive magnitude
  • External negation
  • External reason
  • External relation
  • External world
  • Externalism about mental content
  • Extrinsic desire
  • Extrinsic relation

F

  • Fa-chia
  • Factual content
  • Failure to elucidate
  • Fallacies of distraction
  • Fallacies of explanation
  • Fallacy of assuming a common cause
  • Fallacy of biased generalization
  • Fallacy of personal preference assumptions
  • Fallacy of quantificational logic
  • Fallacy of reverse causation
  • Fallacy of the alternative syllogism
  • Fallacy of the disjunctive syllogism
  • Fallacy of the propositional logic
  • Fashion in philosophy
  • Feature-placing discourse
  • Federalism and confederalism
  • Feminism and psychoanalysis
  • Feminism and social science
  • Feminist bioethics
  • Feminist history of philosophy
  • Feminist intervention
  • Feminist interventions in aesthetics
  • Feminist interventions in bioethics
  • Feminist interventions in environmental philosophy
  • Feminist interventions in epistemology
  • Feminist interventions in ethics
  • Feminist interventions in moral psychology
  • Feminist interventions in philosophy of biology
  • Feminist interventions in philosophy of science
  • Feminist interventions in the philosophy of language
  • Feminist interventions in the philosophy of law
  • Feminist interventions in the philosophy of religion
  • Feminist perspectives on class and work
  • Feminist perspectives on power
  • Feminist perspectives on reproduction
  • Feminist perspectives on reproduction and the family
  • Feminist perspectives on sex markets
  • Feminist perspectives on the self
  • Feminist philosophy of language
  • Feminist philosophy of law
  • Feminist philosophy of religion
  • Feminist philosophy of science
  • Feminist political philosophy
  • Feminist social epistemology
  • Feminist thought in Latin America
  • Fictional entities
  • Fictional names
  • Fido theory of meaning
  • Figures of the syllogism
  • Fingering slave
  • Finitary proof
  • Finitism in geometry
  • Finitude
  • Finnish philosophy
  • First-order modal theory
  • First-order model theory
  • First-person authority
  • First actualization
  • First imposition
  • First intention
  • First limit theorem
  • First potentiality
  • Flow of the wind
  • Focal meaning
  • Folk psychology as a theory
  • Footnotes to Plato
  • For-itself and in-itself
  • For itself
  • Foreknowledge and free will
  • Forgiveness and mercy
  • Form and matter
  • Formal and informal logic
  • Formal and material mode
  • Formal justice
  • Formal languages and systems
  • Formal learnability theory
  • Formal learning theory
  • Formal mode
  • Formal reality
  • Formal sign
  • Formalize
  • Fossism The idea of sharing all information. Originally free, open-source software but adapted to be filosophy of sharing stuff.
  • Foundationalist theories of epistemic justification
  • Foundationalist theories of justification
  • Four-dimensional spirit hypothesis
  • Fourth condition
  • Fourth condition problem
  • Francis Sylvester of Ferrara
  • François-Pierre Maine de Biran
  • Frankfurt-style case
  • František Weyr
  • Franz Weyr
  • Free beauty
  • Free logics
  • Free time (fallacy)
  • Freedom and determinism
  • Freedom and liberty
  • Freedom of goodness and reason
  • Frege's logic, theorem, and foundations for arithmetic
  • French personalism
  • French philosophy of science
  • Frequency theory
  • Frequency theory of probability
  • Friedrich Albert Moritz Schlick
  • Friedrich Leopold
  • Full subset algebra
  • Function (philosophy)
  • Function and teleology
  • Function of consciousness
  • Functional abstraction
  • Functional definition of art
  • Functional dependence
  • Functional explanation
  • Functional jurisprudence
  • Functionalism in social science
  • Fundamental nature of reality
  • Fundamentum divisionis
  • Futurist extrapolation
  • Fazil Hussain Alvi

G

  • Gabriel Vázquez
  • Gabrielle-Émilie Du Châtelet-Lomont
  • Gandamatu Nature of Reality
  • Game-theoretic semantics
  • Game theoretic semantics
  • Game theory and ethics
  • Game theory and evolution
  • Game theory in ethics
  • Gegenstandstheorie
  • Gender and science
  • Genealogy of ideas
  • General jurisprudence
  • General properties
  • General term
  • Generalization argument
  • Generalization principle
  • Generic consistency
  • Genetics and ethics
  • Genotext
  • Genus and species
  • Genus generalissimum
  • Geoffrey Madell
  • Geometric conventionalism
  • geometric method
  • Germaine, madame de Staël
  • Global scepticism
  • Global supervenience
  • Goal-directed system
  • God and the philosophers
  • God of the philosophers
  • Godelian argument
  • Godmanhood
  • Golden mountain
  • Good-in-itself
  • Good-making characteristic
  • Good will (philosophy)
  • Goodman's aesthetics
  • Göttingen School
  • Grammatical form
  • Grammatical proposition
  • Great-souled man
  • Great souled man
  • Greek philosophy: Impact on Islamic philosophy
  • Greek Skepticism
  • Green ethics
  • Green political philosophy
  • Ground rule
  • Grue paradox
  • Guise theory
  • Günther Patzig

H

howard herring walk the walk

  • Habit memory
  • Hallden-complete
  • Halldén-complete
  • Han Wônjin
  • Hans-Herbert Kögler
  • Harvard philosophy
  • Hasan Shabbir
  • healing gems
  • Heads in the sand critique
  • Heideggerian philosophy of science
  • Hellenistic medical epistemology
  • Heller’s law
  • Héloïse complex
  • Help and beneficence
  • Hentisberi
  • Heredity and heritability
  • Hermiad
  • Heterological and homological
  • Hierarchical system
  • Higher order
  • Hilbert's programme and formalism
  • Hintikka set
  • Hippocratic medicine
  • Historical definition of art
  • Historical jurisprudence
  • Historical theory of reference
  • Historical value of art
  • Historicality
  • Historicist theories of rationality
  • Histories of moral philosophy
  • History of metaphysics
  • History of the philosophy of history
  • Hobbes's moral and political philosophy
  • Holism and indeterminacy
  • Holism and individualism in history and social science
  • Holism and nonseparability in physics
  • Holistic system
  • Holotes
  • Holy, numinous, and sacred
  • Homuncular functionalism
  • Horizon (philosophy)
  • Hormic psychology
  • Hsin
  • Hsing
  • Hsing-erh-shang
  • Hsing-ming
  • Hsü
  • Hu Hung
  • Huai-nan Tzu
  • Hume's aesthetics
  • Hume on religion
  • Hungarian philosophy
  • Hwajaeng-non
  • Hybrid definitions of art
  • Hyperintensional operators
  • Hypostasize
  • Hypothetical consent

I

  • I-proposition
  • Idea theory of meaning
  • Ideal market
  • Ideal observer
  • Ideal proposition
  • Ideal rational agent
  • Ideal utilitarianism
  • Ideas of practical reason
  • Ideas of pure reason
  • Ideas of reason
  • Ideas of reflection
  • Ideas of sensation
  • Ideational theory of meaning
  • Identity and individuality in quantum theory
  • Identity and morality
  • Identity of persons
  • Identity over time
  • Identity theory of truth (The research paper is available.)( [plato.stanford.edu] )
  • Identity through time
  • Ignoring common cause
  • Illation
  • Illicit process
  • Illicit process of the major
  • Illicit process of the minor
  • Illocutionary force potential
  • Illocutions
  • Image theory of meaning
  • Image theory of memory
  • Immanent causation
  • Immateriality and unity of the intellect
  • Immortism (ethics sistem)
  • Imperfect duty
  • Imperfect rights
  • Implicit definition
  • Improper disjunctive syllogism
  • Improper symbol
  • Improper transposition
  • In-itself
  • In rebus realism
  • Inanimate object vs animate object
  • Incompatibilist theories of free will
  • Incomplete symbol
  • Incompossible
  • Indenumerable
  • Independence results
  • Inderdeterminism
  • Indeterminacy argument
  • Indeterminacy in law
  • Indexical content
  • Indian and Tibetan philosophy
  • Indian theories of inference
  • Indian theories of interpretation
  • Indicator word
  • Indirect consequentialism
  • Indirect intention
  • Indirect knowledge
  • Indirect passions
  • Indirect sense
  • Indiscernibility of identicals
  • Indispensability arguments in the philosophy of mathematics
  • Individualism and anti-individualism
  • Indubitability
  • Inductive clause
  • Inductive explanation
  • Inductive justification
  • Inductive logic and decision theory
  • Inductive proofs
  • Industriousness as a virtue ethic
  • Inertial systems
  • Infant cognition
  • Inferential justification
  • Inferential knowledge
  • Inferring from a metaphor
  • Infima species
  • Infinite analysis
  • Infinite regress argument
  • Influence of islamic thought on maimonides
  • Information-theoretic semantics
  • Information and computability
  • Information technology and ethics
  • Information theory and epistemology
  • Innateness and language
  • Inner converse
  • Inner sense
  • Input unit
  • Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy
  • Institutionalism in law
  • Institutionalized misogyny
  • Instrumental sign
  • Intellectual darwinism
  • Intellectual Self-Defense (Critical Thinking as a defense against propaganda)(Manufacturing Consent by Noam Chomsky)(A Short Course in Intellectual Self-Defense by Normand Baillargeon) Intellectual Self-Defense by Noam Chomsky
  • Intelligible world
  • Intensional entity
  • Intensional transitive verbs
  • Intensive magnitude
  • Intentional relation
  • Intentional species
  • Intentional versus Unintentional actions
  • Interchangeabililty salva veritate
  • Internal and eternal relations
  • Internal necessity
  • Internal negation
  • Internal reason
  • Internalism and externalism in epistemology
  • Internalist versus externalist conceptions of justification
  • Internalist vs. externalist conceptions of epistemic justification
  • International justice
  • Interpersonal utility
  • Interpretation and coherence in legal reasoning
  • Interpretation and coherence of the law
  • Interpretivist theories of law
  • Intersections between analytic and continental feminism
  • Intersections between pragmatist and continental feminism
  • Intersubstitutivity salva veritate
  • Intertheory relations
  • Intrapersonal utility
  • Intrinsic desire
  • Intrinsic relation
  • Intrinsic versus extrinsic properties
  • Intrinsic vs. extrinsic properties
  • Intrinsic vs. extrinsic value
  • Intuitionistic logic and antirealism
  • Intuitionistic modal logic
  • Intuitive induction
  • Intuitive truth
  • Inwardness
  • Iota operator
  • IPPP
  • Irish philosophy
  • Iron block universe
  • Irrationalism (philosophy) (de)
  • Irredundant
  • Is of identity
  • Isaac Ben Moses Levi
  • Isaac Israeli of Stella
  • Ishraq
  • Islamic Neoplatonism
  • Isolation argument
  • Iterated modality
  • Iusnaturalism
  • Intuitivism (es)
  • Intersectional nationalism

J

  • Jacob Nicolas Moreau
  • Jalal al-Din al-Dawani
  • James Dalrymple, Viscount Stair
  • James Oswald (philosopher)
  • Japanese confucian philosophy
  • Japanese pure land philosophy
  • Japanese zen buddhist philosophy
  • Jaya Row, India (public speaker)
  • Jean-Baptiste, chevalier de Lamarck
  • Jean-Joseph Goux
  • Jean Poinsot
  • Jed McKenna
  • Jen-yü
  • Jen hsin
  • Johannes Sharpe
  • John Arrington Woodward
  • John Boanerges Redman
  • John Oman
  • John Oulton Wisdom - Obituary
  • John R. Rodman
  • John Wood Oman
  • Joint method
  • Jorgen Jorgensen (disambiguation)
  • Jørgen Jørgensen (philosopher)
  • Joshua Halberstam
  • Journal of Metaphilosophy
  • Ju and jung
  • Jules Lachelier
  • Jung and ju
  • Jury theorem
  • Justice and benevolence
  • Justice as a virtue
  • Justice, equity and law
  • Justification by works
  • Justification of the state
  • Justifying reason

K

  • K'un
  • Kant's aesthetics and teleology
  • Kant's critique of metaphysics
  • Kant's philosophy of religion
  • Kant's philosophy of science
  • Kant's theory of space and time
  • Karma and rebirth
  • Karsten Harries
  • Karuppu Kannaadi
  • Kaydrup Gelek Belsangbo
  • Kerry's paradox
  • Khai-dub
  • Khwajah Nasir al-Tusi
  • Kicking the problem upstairs
  • Killing vs. letting die
  • Kinds of subjectivity
  • Kinetic pleasure
  • Klepsydra
  • Knowledge-constitutive Interest
  • Knowledge and belief
  • Knowledge and justification
  • Knowledge and science
  • Knowledge and skepticism
  • Knowledge by acquaintance and description
  • Knowledge by acquaintance and knowledge by description
  • Knowledge by acquaintance vs. description
  • Knowledge by presenece
  • Knowledge de dicto
  • Knowledge de re
  • Knowledge de se
  • Knowledge sources
  • Ko wu chih chih
  • Konatantin Nikolaevich Leont'ev
  • Kuan Tzu
  • Kung and szu
  • Kyo-hak Buddhism

L

  • Laelus Socinus
  • Lambda-abstraction
  • Lambda-operator
  • Lambda-term
  • Language and society
  • Latent content
  • Latin american and iberian philosophy
  • Latin American philosophy
  • Law and continental philosophy
  • Law and ideology
  • Law and language
  • Law and morality
  • Law and morals
  • Law and ritual in Chinese philosophy
  • Lawlike generalization
  • Lawlike statement
  • Learning paradox
  • Lebensweisheit
  • Left and Right Hegelians
  • Legal concepts
  • Legal disability
  • Legal discourse
  • Legal duty
  • Legal evidence and inference
  • Legal hermeneutics
  • Legal idealism
  • Legal inference
  • Legal no-right
  • Legal norm
  • Legal norms
  • Legal obligation and authority
  • Legal power of Sultan and Cabugatan in Meranau Version
  • Legal privilege
  • Legal reasoning
  • Legal reasoning and interpretation
  • Legal rule
  • Legalist philosophy
  • Leibniz's ethics
  • Leibniz's philosophy of mind
  • Leibniz and modal metaphysics
  • Leibniz and the philosophy of mind
  • Leibniz on causation
  • Leibniz on the problem of evil
  • Leibniz, and ethics
  • Lekton
  • Lennon/McCartney fallacy
  • Lexical ordering
  • Li-ch'i
  • Li-i-fen-shu
  • Liability responsibility
  • Liang-chih
  • Liang Sou-ming
  • Liar cycle
  • Liberal theory of the state
  • Liberation philosophy
  • Libertarianism and Existentialism
  • Libertins
  • Liberty and equality
  • Liberty of indifference
  • Liberty of spontaneity
  • Liberty of the ancients
  • Liberty of the moderns
  • Life and science
  • Life space
  • Liminocentricity
  • Limited depth
  • Limited scope
  • Limited variety
  • Limits of law
  • Linguistic acts
  • Linguistic behaviorism
  • Linguistic division of labor
  • Linguistic theory of logical truth
  • List of invalid argument forms
  • Literature and philosophy
  • Liu Tsung-chou
  • Locality assumption
  • Logic and artificial intelligence
  • Logic and computation
  • Logic and games
  • Logic and language
  • Logic and ontology
  • Logic and provability
  • Logic in Japan
  • Logic in the 17th century
  • Logic in the 18th century
  • Logic in the 19th century
  • Logic in the 20th century
  • Logic machines
  • Logic of conditionals
  • Logic of discovery
  • Logic of ethical discourse
  • Logic of validation
  • Logical construction
  • Logical dependence
  • Logical fiction
  • Logical grammar
  • Logical immediacy
  • Logical indicator
  • Logical laws
  • Logical mechanism
  • Logical notation
  • Logical omniscience
  • Logical positivism and logical empiricism
  • Logical priority
  • Logical probability
  • Logical product
  • Logical reconstruction
  • Logical subject
  • Logical sum
  • Logical table of judgments
  • Logically perfect language
  • Logically proper name
  • Logically proper names
  • Logistic method
  • Logistic system
  • London philosophy
  • Loop (philosophy)
  • Löwenheim-Skolem theorems and nonstandard models
  • Lower functional calculus
  • Luisa Muraro
  • Lumber of the Schools
  • Lumen naturale

M

  • Machine functionalism
  • Machine state
  • Machine state functionalism
  • Magister abstractionum
  • Mahaprajñaparamitopadesa
  • Making it Explicit
  • Malebranche's theory of ideas and vision in god
  • Mally's deontic logic
  • Manifest content
  • Manifold of sense
  • Manifoldness
  • Marguerite Lena (philosopher)
  • Market ethics
  • Marx and Engels on religion
  • Marxist philosophy of science
  • Marxist thought in Latin America
  • Mass terms
  • Master and slave
  • Master of those who know
  • Material adequacy
  • Material case
  • Material contradiction
  • Material implication paradox
  • Material mode
  • Material supposition
  • Materialism in the philosophy of mind
  • Mathematics of boolean algebra
  • Matt Rosen
  • Max Ferdinand Scheler
  • Maximal proposition
  • Maximin strategy
  • Meaning and communication
  • Meaning and rule-following
  • Meaning and truth
  • Meaning and understanding
  • Meaning and verification
  • Meaning holism
  • Meaning in Islamic philosophy
  • Meaning in Meranau Version
  • Meaning skepticism
  • Mechanical jurisprudence
  • Mechanistic explanation
  • Mediate inference
  • Medical epistemology
  • Medical philosophy
  • Medieval aesthetics
  • Medieval Aristotelianism
  • Medieval cosmology
  • Medieval epistemology
  • Medieval ethics
  • Medieval grammar
  • Medieval legal philosophy
  • Medieval metaphysics
  • Medieval natural philosophy
  • Medieval philosophy of the soul
  • Medieval political philosophy
  • Medieval problem of universals
  • Medieval semiotics
  • Medieval theories of causality
  • Medieval theories of conscience
  • Medieval theories of matter
  • Medieval theories of modality
  • Medieval theories of practical reason
  • Medieval theories of properties
  • Medieval theories of relations
  • Medieval theories of singular terms
  • Medieval theories of the categories
  • Medieval theories of the syllogism
  • Meinongian arguments
  • Mental acts
  • Mental distinction
  • Mental efficacy
  • Mental indispensability
  • Mental reductionism
  • Mental representation in medieval philosophy
  • Merab Konstantinovich Mamardashvili
  • Mereological arguments
  • Mereological sum
  • Meritorious duty
  • Merrell, Floyd
  • Metaethical relativism
  • Metaphysical certainty
  • Metaphysical holism
  • Metaphysical voluntarism
  • Metaphysics and language
  • Metaphysics of causation
  • Metaphysics of mind
  • Metaphysics of science
  • Method in philosophy
  • Method of doubt
  • Method of supervaluations
  • Methodological conservatism
  • Methodological debates in cosmology the s and s
  • Methodological holism
  • Methods in feminism
  • Mexican philosophy
  • Mi bskyod rdo rje
  • Michael A. Gilbert
  • Michel Villey
  • Microreduction
  • Middle Stoicism
  • Middle Way Philosophy independent of Buddhism
  • Millet paradox
  • Millianism
  • Mimetic theory of art
  • Mind of God
  • Mind, syntax, and semantics
  • Ming chia
  • Minimalist theory of truth
  • Minute perceptions
  • Mitfreude
  • Mixed hypothetical syllogism
  • Mixture of labour
  • MKhas grub dge legs dpal bzang po
  • Mnemic causation
  • Modal interpretations of quantum mechanics
  • Modal interpretations of quantum theory
  • Modal logic of programs
  • Modal square of opposition
  • Mode (philosophy)
  • Model set
  • Models and idealization
  • Models in science
  • The Modern Theme by Jose Ortega y Gasset
  • Modest foundationalism
  • Mohist canons
  • Mohist Canons
  • Molecular biology and genetics
  • Momentariness
  • Monism and pluralism
  • Monistic conceptions of artistic value
  • Moods of the syllogism
  • Moore's moral philosophy
  • Moral argument for God's existence
  • Moral arguments for the existence of god
  • Moral cognitivism vs. non-cognitivism
  • Moral epistemology and moral reasoning
  • Moral expertise
  • Moral explanation
  • Moral fallibility
  • Moral ideals
  • Moral justification
  • Moral knowledge
  • Moral patient
  • Moral point of view
  • Moral Rearmament Movement
  • Moral sentiments
  • Moral standing
  • Moral status
  • Moral virtues
  • Moralistes
  • Morality and art
  • Morality and emotions
  • Morality and ethics
  • Morality and identity
  • Morality and law
  • Morality and practical reason
  • Morals and law
  • More things in heaven and earth
  • Moscow-Tartu School
  • Motion and time
  • Motivational explanation
  • Mou Tsung-san
  • Muhammad Ibn 'Abd Allah Ibn Masarra
  • Multiple-relation theory
  • Mundus imaginalis
  • Mutual deceit
  • My Station and its Duties
  • Mystical philosophy
  • Mystical philosophy in Islam

N

  • Nadeem Hussain
  • Narrow content
  • Narrow mental content
  • Narrow reflective equilibrium
  • National and regional philosophies
  • National emergency and torture
  • Native American philosophy
  • Natural aristocracy
  • Natural duty
  • Natural kinds
  • Natural law theories
  • Natural law tradition
  • Natural law tradition in ethics
  • Natural meaning
  • Natural or scientific laws
  • Naturalism in Chinese philosophy
  • Naturalism in epistemology
  • Naturalism in ethics
  • Naturalism in legal philosophy
  • Naturalism in philosophy of science
  • Naturalism in social science
  • Naturalistic epistemology
  • Naturalized philosophy of science
  • Nature and convention
  • Nature of art
  • Nature of God in Eastern theology
  • Nature of law
  • Nature of meaning
  • Néant
  • Necessary and contingent existence
  • Necessary existence
  • Necessary statements
  • Necessary truth and convention
  • Needs and interests
  • Negating antecedent and consequent
  • Negation-complete
  • Negation and double negation
  • Negative and positive freedom
  • Negative duty
  • Negative existentials
  • Negative facts
  • Negative facts in classical Indian philosophy
  • Negative proposition
  • Negative transcendence
  • Neo-Confucian philosophy
  • Neo-Euclidean geometry
  • Neo-Friesian School
  • Neo-puritanism
  • Neo-Russelianism
  • Neobehaviorism
  • Neoplatonic theology
  • Neoplatonism in Islamic philosophy
  • Netherlands philosophy
  • Neural network modeling
  • Neustic
  • Neustic and phrastic
  • Neutrality Schmeutrality
  • New paradigm
  • New philosophy calls all in doubt
  • New theory of reference
  • New Zealand philosophy
  • Newton's views on space, time, and motion
  • Nexus Humanus
  • Nietzsche's moral and political philosophy
  • Nihil est in intellectu quod non prius fuerit in sensu
  • Nihil ex nihilo fit
  • Nirodha-smapatti
  • Nirodha-smapatti
  • NN thesis
  • No-ownership theory
  • No false lemmas principle
  • Nocturnal council
  • Noemata moralia
  • Noematic analysis
  • Noetic analysis
  • Nomic necessity
  • Nominal essence
  • Nominatum
  • Non-action
  • Non-being
  • Non-being and nothing
  • Non-conceptual content
  • Non-conceptual mental content
  • Non-constructive rules of inference
  • Non-duplication principle
  • Non-embodiment
  • Non-epistemic
  • Non-natural properties
  • Non-predicative property
  • Non-propositional knowledge
  • Non-reductive materialism
  • Non-reflexive
  • Non-standard interpretation
  • Non-standard semantics
  • Non-support
  • Non-symmetric
  • Non-transitive
  • Nonconceptual content
  • Nonconceptual mental content
  • Nonexistent objects
  • Norman Adrian Malcom
  • Norman Malcom
  • Normative epistemology
  • Normative reason
  • Normative relativism
  • Norwegian philosophy
  • Notation in principia mathematica
  • Nothing so absurd
  • Nothing so extravagant and irrational
  • Notional assent
  • Notum per se
  • Noumenal world
  • Null class
  • Null relation
  • Nung chia
  • Nyaya-vaise?ika

O

  • O-proposition
  • Oar in water
  • Obiectum quo
  • Objective body
  • Objective probability
  • Objective reason
  • Objective rightness
  • Objectivism and subjectivism
  • Objectual quantification
  • Obligating reason
  • Obligationes
  • Oblique context
  • Oblique intention
  • Observation language
  • Observation sentence
  • Observation term
  • Obviousness (philosophy)
  • Occurrent
  • Occurrent memory
  • Occurrent state
  • Olympiodorus (Christian Wildberg)
  • Omega-complete
  • Omega-valued
  • Omega rule
  • Ommetaphobia
  • Omnichronal
  • One-many problem
  • One-over-many problem
  • One-way reduction sentence
  • One over many
  • Ontological dependence
  • Ontological hierarchy
  • Ontological solipsism
  • Ontology and information science
  • Ontology in Indian philosophy
  • Ontology of art
  • Opacity and transparency
  • Opaque construction
  • Open and closed thought
  • Open Block Logic
  • Open thought
  • Operationalism and instrumentalism
  • Operator theory of adverbs
  • Oppositional logic
  • Order (opposition of Chaos)
  • Order (philosophy)
  • Order type omega
  • Ordinal logics
  • Ordinary language and philosophy
  • Orientalism and Islamic philosophy
  • Original Thought Theory
  • Ostention
  • Ota Weinberger
  • Other-regarding
  • Other-regarding actions
  • Outer converse
  • Outer domain semantics
  • Overriding reason
  • Oxford philosophy
  • Oxford school of intuitionism

P

  • P.D. Magnus
  • Pa (Chinese)
  • Paek Ijong
  • Pantheismusstreit
  • Panadaptationism
  • Parabiology
  • Paradox of omniscience
  • Paradox of self-deception
  • Paradox of the examination
  • Paradox of the knower
  • Paradoxes of confirmation
  • Paradoxes of emotion
  • Paradoxes of omnipotence
  • Paradoxes of self-reference
  • Paradoxes of set and property
  • Paradoxes of strict implication
  • Parenthood and procreation
  • Parergon and Parerga (Immanuel Kant, Jacques Derrida)
  • Pareto-superior
  • Parity of reasons
  • Part-whole paradox
  • Partial belief
  • Particulars and non-particulars
  • Passive power
  • Patristic authors
  • Patristic philosophy
  • Paul Devries
  • Paul Hsao
  • Peirce's logic
  • Penelope's wooers
  • Per accidens
  • Per genus et differentiam
  • Perceptual experience
  • Perceptual realism
  • Perceptual relativity
  • Perfect duty
  • Perfect goodness
  • Perfect right
  • Perfect Universe
  • Perfectionism in moral and political philosophy
  • Perfectionism in moral philosophy
  • Perfectly rigorous
  • Performative fallacy
  • Permissibility
  • Perpectivalism
  • Perseity
  • Perseverance as a virtue ethic
  • Person-affecting principles
  • Person stage
  • Personal supposition
  • Pessimism and optimism
  • Peter Emberley (Neoconservative)
  • Peter Koestenbaum
  • Phenomena and noumena
  • Phenomenal body
  • Phenomenal property
  • Phenomenal world
  • Phenomenological approaches to ethics and information technology
  • Phenomenological attitude
  • Phenomenological movement
  • Phenomenology in Latin America
  • Phenotext
  • Philosopher may preach
  • Philosophers and God
  • Philosophical inquiry
  • Philosophical issues and problems
  • Philosophical pseudonyms
  • Philosophies of the particular sciences
  • Philosophy and christian theology
  • Philosophy and Logic
  • Philosophy and ordinary language
  • Philosophy and psychology
  • Philosophy and theology
  • Philosophy in fiction
  • Philosophy in Poland
  • Philosophy made in student's study skills
  • Philosophy of anthropology
  • Philosophy of astronomy
  • Philosophy of ecology
  • Philosophy of food
  • Philosophy of geology
  • Philosophy of liberation
  • Philosophy of linguistics
  • Philosophy of Mind (Hegel)
  • Philosophy of science and the sciences
  • Philosophy of sociology
  • Philosophy of statistical mechanics
  • Philosophy of the life
  • Philosophy of work
  • Philosophy underworld
  • Phrase marker
  • Phrastic
  • Physical realization
  • Physicalism in the philosophy of mind
  • Physiological Egoism
  • Physis and nomos
  • Piecemeal engineering
  • Pien che
  • Pierre-Francois Maine de Biran
  • Pierre-François Maine de Biran
  • Plato's ethics
  • Plato's ethics and politics in the republic
  • Plato's ethics and politics in The Republic
  • Plato's middle period metaphysics and epistemology
  • Plato's Trinity
  • Plato on knowledge in the theaetetus
  • Plato on rhetoric and poetry
  • Platonic metaphysics
  • Platonic Utopia
  • Platonism in Islamic philosophy
  • Pleonetetic logic
  • Pluralitive logic
  • Plurality of causes
  • Plurality of forms
  • Plurivocity
  • Po-hu tung
  • Polar concepts
  • Political deception
  • Political determinism
  • Political justification
  • Political morality
  • Political obligation
  • Political philosophy in classical Islam
  • Political scepticism
  • Political skepticism
  • Political unconscious
  • Politics and determinism
  • Politics and the philosophers
  • Polyadic
  • Popular philosophy
  • Population and ethics
  • Positional qualities
  • Positive and negative freedom
  • Positive and negative liberty
  • Positive duty
  • Positive morality
  • Positivism in the social sciences
  • Positivist thought in Latin America
  • Possibilia
  • Possible-worlds semantics
  • Possible worlds semantics
  • Post-complete
  • Post-Freudian psychoanalysis
  • Post-structuralism in the social sciences
  • Post criticality
  • Post Philosophy
  • Postcolonial philosophy of science
  • Postmodern mathematics
  • Postmodernism and political philosophy
  • Powers of the soul
  • Practical argument
  • Practical attitude
  • Practical freedom
  • Practical logic
  • Practical modality
  • Practical rationality
  • Practical reason and ethics
  • Practico-inert
  • Practition
  • Praedicabilia
  • Pragmatic ambiguity
  • Pragmatic arguments for belief in god
  • Pragmatic reality
  • Pragmaticism in ethics
  • Pragmatist feminism
  • Pragmatopianism
  • Praise and blame
  • Pre-Critical
  • Preanalytic
  • Precedent and analogy in legal reasoning
  • Precedent and analogy in the law
  • Predicate hierarchy
  • Predicative property
  • Predicative theories
  • Preemptive cause
  • Preference logics
  • Preference satisfaction utilitarianism
  • Prejudicial language
  • Pierre Le Guay de Prémontval
  • Prescriptive definition
  • Prescriptive meaning
  • Present-aim theory
  • Pretheoretical
  • Prima facie evidence
  • Prima facie justification
  • Primarily valuative word
  • Primary-secondary distinction
  • Primary process
  • Primary rule
  • Prime matter
  • Primitive symbol
  • Principle of concretion
  • Principle of conservation
  • Principle of determinism
  • Principle of dominance
  • Principle of limited variety
  • Principle of logical form
  • Principle of maximizing expected utility
  • Principle of porportionality
  • Principle of self-determination
  • Principle of the anomalism of the mental
  • Principle of the conservation of matter
  • Principle of universalizability
  • Principle of unlimited comprehension
  • Principle of utility
  • Principle of verifiability
  • Prisca theologica
  • Private-public distinction
  • Private states and language

* Pro-choice feminism

  • Pro attitude
  • Probabilistic disposition
  • Probabilistic law
  • Probability theory and epistemology
  • Problem of perception
  • Problem of the single case
  • Problem of the speckled hen
  • Problematic judgment
  • Problematic modality
  • Procedural definition of art
  • Proceduralism
  • Process-product ambiguity
  • Process pragmatism
  • Productive reason
  • Profundity
  • Projectible predicate
  • Proliferation Theory
  • Promising
  • Proof-theoretic reflection principles
  • Proof by mathematical induction
  • Proof by recursion
  • Proper sensibles
  • Proper symbol
  • Properly basic relief
  • Property theory
  • Propositional act
  • Propositional attitude report
  • Propositional attitude reports
  • Propositional attitude statements
  • Propositional connective
  • Propositional consequence relations and algebraic logic
  • Propositional content
  • Propositional justification
  • Propositional object
  • Propositional opacity
  • Propositional theory of meaning
  • Propositional verb
  • Propositions, sentences, and statements
  • Proprietates terminorum
  • Protestant principle
  • Protocol sentences
  • Protocol statement
  • Protothetic
  • Provability predicate
  • Provisionality
  • Pseudo-Grossteste
  • Pseudo-overdeterminism
  • Pseudorefutation
  • Psychic research
  • Psychological certainty
  • Psychological continuity
  • Psychological eudamonism
  • Psychological immediacy
  • Psychological law
  • Psychological solipsism
  • Psychology and philosophy
  • Psychology and psychiatry
  • Psychology of human judgment and epistemology
  • Psychoneural intimacy
  • Psychophysical identity
  • Psychophysical laws
  • Psychosemantic theory
  • Public-private distinction
  • Pure concept
  • Purposive explanation
  • Pushpin and poetry

Q

  • Qualitative predicate
  • Quantificational shift fallacy
  • Quantifying in
  • Quantum approaches to consciousness
  • Quantum entanglement and information
  • Quantum logic and probability theory
  • Quantum mechanics and free will
  • Quasi-desires
  • Quasi-indicator
  • Quasi-memory
  • Quasi-quotes
  • Quasi-virtue
  • Quote-name
  • Qutb al-Din Ahmad al-Rahim

R

  • Rabad
  • Rabbinic theology
  • Racetrack paradox
  • Radical Choice
  • Radical Conversion
  • Radical translation and radical interpretation
  • Ramakrishna movement
  • Ramsey-eliminability
  • Ramsey test
  • Rape apologism (with Rape apologist and Rape apologists and Rape apologizer and Rape apologizers and Rape apology and Rape apologies all redirecting to it)
  • Rapture (aesthetics)
  • Ratio recta
  • Rational beliefs
  • Rational psychology
  • Rationalism and empiricism
  • Rationalism vs. empiricism
  • Rationality and cultural relativism
  • Rationality of belief
  • Rawlsian liberalism
  • Ray Billington
  • Reactive attitude
  • Real assent
  • Real definition
  • Real distinction
  • Real essence
  • Real mathematics
  • Real proposition
  • Realism and anti-realism
  • Realism and antirealism
  • Realism ante rem
  • Realism in rebus
  • Realism in the philosophy of mathematics
  • Reason as slave of the passions
  • Reasons and causes
  • Reasons for action
  • Reasons for belief
  • Rectification and remainders
  • Recursion-theoretic hierarchies
  • Reducibility of consciousness
  • Reductio ad impossibile
  • Reduction and emergence
  • Reduction base
  • Reduction sentence
  • Reductionism in the philosophy of mind
  • Reductive naturalism
  • Reference and denotation
  • Reference class
  • Referential occurrence
  • Referential quantification
  • Referential theory of meaning
  • Referring
  • Regional supervenience
  • Regress argument in epistemology
  • Regressor variable
  • Regularity theory of causation
  • Relational value
  • Relative identity
  • Relative threshold
  • Relative time
  • Relevance logic and entailment
  • Relevance of logic
  • Relevant alternative
  • Religion and epistemology
  • Religion and political philosophy
  • Religion, art, and science
  • Religious belief and cosmology
  • Religious diversity
  • Religiousness A and B
  • Repetition (fallacy)
  • Representation in art
  • Representational scheme
  • Representational theory of art
  • Representational theory of memory
  • Representative theory of perception
  • Reproduction and ethics
  • Rerum natura
  • Responsibilities of scientists and intellectuals
  • Restricted quantification
  • Restrictio
  • Resultance
  • Resultant attribute
  • Revaluation of values
  • Revision theory of truth
  • Revisionary metaphysics
  • Ricardus Sophista
  • Richard P. McKeon
  • Right and good
  • Right of nature
  • Rights of children
  • Rigorous duty
  • Risus sophisticus
  • Role obligations
  • Role of decoherence in quantum mechanics
  • Role of decoherence in quantum theory
  • Role responsibility
  • Romantic irony
  • Romanticism and conservatism
  • Ronald William Hepburn
  • Rule of addition
  • Rule of conjunction
  • Rule of detachment
  • Rule of double negation
  • Rule of simplification
  • Rule of total evidence
  • Ruling Argument
  • Russell's logical atomism
  • Russell's moral philosophy
  • Russell P. Spittler
  • Russian empiriocriticism
  • Russian literary Formalism
  • Russian materialism
  • Russian nihilism
  • Russian philosophy - now redirects to list of Russian philosophers
  • Russian Religious-Philosophical Renaissance

S

  • S4 (modal logic)
  • Sa skya Pandita
  • Saadiah Gaon al-Fayyumi
  • Sactification
  • Sagya Pandita
  • Sagypandita
  • Samanantara-pratyaya
  • Samkara
  • Sankara
  • Sankhya
  • Sankhya-Yoga
  • Sat, chit, ananda
  • Satisfaction conditions
  • Saturated expression
  • Saturation (biology)
  • Saying and showing
  • Scandinavian philosophy
  • Scepticism about law
  • Scepticism about religion
  • Schellingianism
  • Schematic form
  • Scheme of abbreviation
  • Scholastic chymistry
  • School of Laws
  • Schrödinger cat paradox
  • Science and gender
  • Science and knowledge
  • Science and life
  • Science and philosophy
  • Science and society
  • Science fiction moralizing
  • Science in Islamic philosophy
  • Science, art, and religion
  • Scientia media
  • Scientia universalis
  • Scientific antirealism
  • Scientific behaviorism
  • Scientific realism and antirealism
  • Scientific realism and social science
  • Scientific relativism
  • Scientific unity
  • Scope ambiguity
  • Scope fallacies
  • Scope of operators
  • Scottigena
  • Scottish philosophy
  • Scrimometer - An object related to the dowsing rod and used for similar purposes.
  • Search engines and ethics
  • Second- and higher-order logics
  • Second actualization
  • Second imposition
  • Second potentiality
  • Second Thomism
  • Secondarily evaluative word
  • Secondary process
  • Secondary rule
  • Secondary substance
  • Security strategy
  • Seeing as
  • Self-cultivation in Chinese philosophy
  • Self-interest theory
  • Self-presenting
  • Self-referential incoherence
  • Self-regarding and other-regarding actions
  • Self-reliance as a virtue ethic
  • Self-reproducing automaton
  • Semantic ascent
  • Semantic atomism
  • Semantic challenges to realism
  • Semantic completeness
  • Semantic compositionaliry
  • Semantic conceptions of information
  • Semantic consistency
  • Semantic molecularism
  • Semantic nihilism
  • Semantic Nihilism
  • Semantic paradoxes and theories of truth
  • Semantic puzzle
  • Semantic solipsism
  • Semantic theories
  • Semantic truth
  • Sense-datum theory
  • Sense awareness
  • Sense perception
  • Sense qualia
  • Sensible intuition
  • Sensibles
  • Sensum
  • Sentential operator
  • Separation of law and morals
  • Serbian philosophy
  • Sergei Iosifovich Hessen
  • Set-theoretic paradoxes
  • Seven emotions
  • Shem Tov family
  • Shen Tao
  • Shen Tzu
  • Sherlock-Holmes-Fallacy
  • Shotoku Constitution
  • Shotoku Constitution
  • Shriek operator
  • Side constraints
  • Sign and symbol
  • Significant difference reasoning
  • Signposts movement
  • Silvestris Berardus
  • Simple ordering
  • Simple supposition
  • Simulation theory
  • Single case
  • Singular causal relation
  • Singular causal statement
  • Singular propositions
  • Singularities and black holes in relativistic spacetimes
  • Situational semantics
  • Six emotions
  • Slave of the passions
  • Slovene philosophy
  • Social and political philosophy
  • Social dimensions of knowledge
  • Social dimensions of scientific knowledge
  • Social ethics
  • Social laws
  • Social minimum
  • Social philosophy of science
  • Social relativism
  • Social theory and law
  • Socialist perspectives on abortion
  • Societal Good
  • Socratic intellectualism
  • Socratic schools
  • Some are/some are not
  • Son Buddhism
  • Sortal predicate
  • Sôsan Hyujông
  • Soul in Islamic philosophy
  • Sous Rature
  • South American philosophy
  • South Slavic philosophy
  • Spatiotemporal continuity
  • Speaker's meaning
  • Special sensibles
  • Speckled hen
  • Spinoza's psychological theory
  • Split brain effects
  • Split brains
  • Spontaneity and indifference
  • Sport and ethics
  • Spread law
  • St. petersburg paradox
  • Standard analysis
  • Standard interpretation
  • Standard semantics
  • State description
  • Statement form
  • Statements and sentences
  • Statistical explanation
  • Statistical mechanics and thermodynamics
  • Statistics and social science
  • Stories and explanation
  • Strato of Lampascus
  • Strict duty
  • Strict identity
  • Stroke notation
  • Strong semantic completeness
  • Strong soundness
  • Strong supervenience
  • Structuralism in linguistics
  • Structuralism in literary theory
  • Structuralism in social science
  • Structure description
  • Structured propositions
  • Sub specie aeternis
  • Subcontraries
  • Subcontrary
  • Subdoxastic
  • Subject-object dichotomy
  • Subject and predicate
  • Subjective reason
  • Subjective rightness
  • Subjective truth
  • Sublime experience
  • Subspace
  • Substance-function
  • Substance and attribute
  • Substance causation
  • Substance of the soul
  • Substantival causation
  • Substantivalism
  • Substantive pluralism
  • Substitutability salva veritate
  • Substitutivity salva veritate
  • Subsumption theory of explanation
  • Subsymbolic computation
  • Summum genus
  • Sung Confucianism
  • Sung Hsing
  • Superalternation
  • Supernatural theology
  • Supervaluation semantics
  • Supervenience of the mental
  • Supervenient behaviorism
  • Suppositio
  • Supposition and copulation
  • Surface grammar
 Susan Meld Shell
  • Susanne Katherina Knauth Langer
  • Sustaining cause
  • Swedish philosophy
  • Sweetness theory
  • Swiftian logic
  • Symmetry and invariance
  • Symmetry and symmetry breaking
  • Symmetry thesis
  • Syncategoremata
  • Synonymous definition
  • Syntactic consistency
  • Syntactic term
  • Synthetic a priori judgements
  • Synthetic knowledge
  • Syrian school
  • Systems theory in social science
  • Szu

T

  • Tamsin Shaw
  • The Nine Consciousness
  • T'i and yung
  • T'ien-jen ho-i
  • T'ien-li
  • T'ien li and jen-yü
  • T schema
  • T sentence
  • Table of categories
  • Table of judgments
  • Tacit consent
  • Tale of the Slave
  • Tao-hsin and jen-hsin
  • Tao-t'ung
  • Taoist philosophy
  • Tar-water
  • Tarski's schema
  • Tarski's T-schema
  • Tarski's truth definition
  • Tarskian biconditional
  • Tarskian satisfaction
  • Tarskian semantics
  • Tasan
  • Task verb
  • Teaching and indoctrinating
  • Technology and ethics
  • Tel Quel School
  • Teleofunctionalism
  • Teleological explanation
  • Teleological law
  • Teleological notions in biology
  • Teleological suspension of the ethical
  • Teleological theories of mental content
  • Teleosemantics
  • Temporal becoming
  • Temporal order
  • Temporal properties
  • Temporal relations
  • Tendentious appeal to possibilities
  • Tender-minded
  • Tender-minded and tough-minded
  • Tense and temporal logic
  • Tensed identity
  • Terminist logic
  • Terminus a quo
  • Tertiary qualities
  • Test of time
  • Testimony in Indian philosophy
  • Th century german aesthetics
  • The Jacobson River
  • The Megarics
  • The Power of Dialogue: Critical Hermeneutics after Gadamer and Foucault
  • The Radical Enlightenment
  • The theory theory
  • The world as you know it (Concept)
  • Thelma Lavine
  • Theologica naturalis
  • Theological creationism
  • Theological naturalism
  • Theological voluntarism
  • Theology and philosophy
  • Theoretical concept
  • Theoretical construct
  • Theoretical entity
  • Theoretical identity
  • Theoretical judgment
  • Theoretical rationality
  • Theoretical reasoning
  • Theoretical term
  • Theoretical underdeterimination
  • Theoretical virtues
  • Theories of criminal law
  • Theories of mental content
  • Theories of tort law
  • Theory and observation in the social sciences
  • Theory of appearing
  • Theory of conduct
  • Theory of effluxes
  • Theory of frequency
  • Theory of ideas and vision in God
  • Theory of signs
  • Thermodynamic asymmetry in time
  • Thinking causes
  • Thomas E. Wartenberg
  • Three Profound Treatises
  • Three Ways
  • Ti and yong
  • Tibetan philosophy
  • Tillers
  • Time lag argument
  • Time travel and modern physics
  • Token-reflexive
  • Token-token identity
  • Token epiphenomenalism
  • Token physicalism
  • Token reflexive
  • Too broad
  • Too narrow
  • Topic-neutral
  • Topic neutral
  • Total evidence
  • Tough-minded
  • Traditional square of opposition
  • Trairism
  • Transcendental analytic
  • Transcendental deduction
  • Transcendental dialectic
  • Transcendental ego
  • Transcendental signifier
  • Transcendental subjectivity
  • Transcendental term
  • Transcendental terms
  • Transcendental unity of apperception
  • Transcendentalia
  • Transeunt causation
  • Transitive property of belief
  • Transparent context
  • Traversal of the infinite
  • Treatment of animals
  • True for me
  • Truth-conditional theory of meaning
  • Truth-conditions
  • Truth-contest
  • Truth-table method
  • Truth-value gaps
  • Truth and meaning
  • Truthmaker principle
  • Truthmapping
  • Tsong kha pa Blo bzang grags pa
  • Turing machine functionalism
  • Tyler Corbine
  • Type epiphenomenalism
  • Tzu jan

U

  • Uam Song Si-yeol
  • Unary quantifier
  • Unconscious and subconscious mind
  • Unconscious mental states
  • Undemonstrable argument
  • Underdetermination thesis
  • Unexpected examination paradox
  • Union theory
  • Unisyncretism
  • Units and levels of selection
  • Unity of consciousness
  • Universal disposition
  • Universal Pronoun
  • Universal relation
  • Universal simulator
  • Universalism in ethics
  • Unlikely philosophical propositions
  • Unobserved Observer
  • Unrestricted mereological composition
  • Unsaturated expression
  • Untestability
  • Unwarranted contrast
  • Upwards inherited
  • Use theory of meaning
  • Uttara Mimamsa - currently redirected to Vedanta
  • Utterer
  • Utterer's meaning

V

  • Vidya Vichari Taa Parupkari
  • Vague objects
  • Value judgments in social science
  • Value of a variable
  • Values and facts
  • Vardhamana Jnatrputra
  • Vardhamana Jnatrputra
  • Variable realization
  • Variable sum game
  • Vasudeva Kudumbakam
  • Verum
  • Vibratinuncle
  • Vicious-circle principle
  • Vijnapti
  • Vijñapti
  • Virtues and vices
  • Visistadvaita Vedanta
  • Visistadvaita Vedanta
  • Vital lie
  • Vitalis Norström
  • Vladimir Riazanov
  • Volitive
  • Voluntary act
  • Von neumann and dirac's contributions to quantum theory
  • Vorstellung
  • Vulnerability and finitude

W

  • Wang and pa
  • Want-belief model
  • War and pacifism
  • Warranted assertability
  • Washington Area Secular Humanists (WASH)
  • Wayward causal chain
  • Weak semantic completeness
  • Weak soundness
  • Weak supervenience
  • Weaseler
  • Wedge argument
  • Wertrationalitat
  • Wertrationalität
  • White horse paradox
  • Why be moral
  • Wide content
  • Wide reflective equilibrium
  • William of Champeau
  • William Penbygull
  • William Shyreswood
  • William Tisberi
  • Willkür
  • Wilt Chamberlain argument
  • Wittgenstein's aesthetics
  • Wittgensteinian ethics
  • Wittgensteinians
  • Wolfgang Welsch - German philosopher
  • Worms, Frédéric - Preeminent Contemporary Bergsonian
  • Wu-hsing

Y

  • Yangzhu
  • Yehuda Leib Shvartsman
  • Yi Kan
  • Yoruba epistemology
  • You-wu distinction
  • You are what you think

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