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Dictionary of world philosophy

Author: A Pablo Iannone
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2001.
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This is the first comprehensive reference to the vast field of world philosophy. The Dictionary covers all the major subfields of the discipline, with entries drawn from West African, Arabic, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Jewish, Korean, Latin American, Maori, and Native American philosophy--including Nahua philosophy, a previously unexplored, but key instance of Pre-Hispanic thought. Entries include: * abazimu *  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries
Wörterbuch
Dictionnaires anglais
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A Pablo Iannone
ISBN: 0415179955 9780415179959
OCLC Number: 44541769
Description: xviii, 554 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Abazimu --
Abbinivesha --
Abdera, School of --
Abduction --
Abhasa-vada --
Abhava --
Abhidarmakosha --
Abhidharma --
Abhihitanvaya-vada --
Abhinava-anyatha-khyati --
Abortion --
Absolute --
Abstract --
Academy --
Accident --
Accidentalism --
Acosmism --
Act --
Action --
Actionism --
Activism --
Actual --
Actualism --
Ad --
Adequate --
Adhyasa --
Adhyãtma --
Advaita --
Aesthetics --
Affectio --
Affirmative --
African philosophy --
Afrocentricity --
Agama --
Age of the world --
Agent --
Agikuyu --
Agnosticism --
Agriculture School --
Alchemy --
Alethiology --
Alexandrian School --
Allah --
Ambiguity --
Analogy --
Analysis --
Analytic-synthetic distinction --
Anatta --
Animism --
Anthropocentrism --
Anthropology --
Anthropomorphism --
Antinomy --
Anumana --
Applied --
Arabic philosophy --
Archetype --
Argument --
Arianism --
Aristotelianism --
Arminianism --
Arrow's theorem --
Ars --
Artificial --
Asceticism --
Associationism --
Atman --
Atomism --
Attention --
Attribution theory --
Avidya --
Axiomatic method --
Bantu --
Barcelona School --
Baskets of knowledge --
Behaviorism --
Bergsonianism --
Bhagavad-Gita --
Bhakti --
Bid'ah --
Bilã kayfa --
Biology --
Black box --
Body --
Bologna School --
Brahman --
Brotherhood --
Buddhism --
Cabala --
Calculus --
Cambridge School --
Canon --
Capitalism --
Cartesianism --
Carvãka --
Caste --
Categorical --
Categoricity --
Category --
Causal law --
Certainty --
Chain of being --
Change --
Chih --
Chinese Legalism, philosophy --
Christianity --
Circumstance --
Class --
Cognitive --
Co-implication --
Collective --
Completeness --
Complexum significabile --
Comprehension --
Computer theory --
Conceptualism --
Condition --
Confucianism --
Conscience --
Continental philosophy --
Contractarianism --
Creation --
Critical --
Culture --
Cybernetics --
Darshana --
Death --
Decidability --
Decision --
Deconstruction --
Deduction --
Definition --
Degree --
Demon.
Responsibility: A. Pablo Iannone.
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A compact and user-friendly dictionary to cover the diverse and challenging terminology, concepts, schools and traditions of world philosophy.  Read more...

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'A welcome addition to all reference collections needing global perspective on philosophical terms and concepts.' - Choice, July 2001 'This is an ambitious and very rewarding reference book.' - Read more...

 
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