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Subject Philosophy

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405106795.2004.00016.x


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Oakeshott, Michael (1901–90) obiter dictum, object object language object sentence, object words objective knowledge objective particulars objectivism objectivity objectual quantifier obligation obligationes oblique intention, observation language observation proposition, observation sentence observation term obversion occasion sentence occasionalism Ockham's razor Oedipus complex offense, oligarchy omnipotence omniscience on one one-many problem, one over many O'Neill, Onora (1941–) ontico-ontological distinction ontological argument ontological commitment ontological guilt, ontological relativity ontology open concept, open-question argument open sentence open society open texture operational definition operationalism, operationism operator, O-proposition, optimism ordinary language ordinary language philosophy Organon original apperception, original choice, original position original sin Ortega y Gasset, José (1883–1955) ostensive definition ostensive proposition Other, the other minds other-regarding, Otto, Rudolf (1869–1937) ought ought implies can ousia ousiology, outer sense, overman, Owen, G(wilym) E(llis) L(ane) (1922–82) owl of Minerva ownership Oxford philosophy ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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