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Subject Philosophy

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405106795.2004.00017.x


pacifism paideia pain Paine, Thomas (1737–1809) panentheism panosomatism panpsychism pantheism paradigm paradigm case argument paradigm shift paradox paradox of confirmation paradox of God's omniscience paradox of self-deception paradox of size paradox of the heap parallel distributed processing parallelism paralogism paraphrasis Pareto improvement Pareto optimality Parfit, Derek (1942–) Parmenides (flourished c.480 bc) parsimony, the principle of partial concept participation particular particular proposition particularized quality partition partitive term Pascal, Blaise (1623–62) Pascal's wager passion passive intellect past past-referring term paternalism pathetic fallacy pathos patriarchy Pears, David (1921–) Peirce, Charles Sanders (1839–1914) Peirce's thesis per accidens per se percepta perception percepts perceptual consciousness perceptual knowledge percipienda perennial philosophy perfect duty perfection, the principle of perfectionism performance and competence performative performative theory of truth Peripatetics perlocutionary act Perry, Ralph Barton (1876–1957) perseity person person-affecting restriction personal identity personalism personality perspective persuasive definition pessimism Peter of Spain petitio principii Petrarch, Francesco (1304–74) phantom limb phenomenal property phenomenalism phenomenological epoche phenomenological reduction phenomenology phenomenon ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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