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DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405106795.2004.00002.x


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abandonment abduction Abelard, Peter (1079–1142) abortion Absolute, the absolute conception absolute idea absolute identity absolute rights, absolute spirit, absolutism abstract/concrete abstract entities abstract ideas abstract particular abstract terms abstracta abstraction absurdity academic freedom Academy abstracta accedie acceptability accident accidental property achievement verbs Achilles and the tortoise acosmism acquaintance acroama act, act and omission act-centered, act-consequentialism act-object theory act token act type, action action (Aristotle) action at a distance active intellect active reason, actual idealism, actualism actuality/actualization Ancient Greek philosophy [Greek, energeia, actuality (Hegel) actualization, actus reus, additive fallacy, additivity assumption adequacy conditions on definitions of truth, adequate ideas abstracta Adorno, Theodor (1903–69) adventitious ideas adverbial materialism adverbial theory aesthetic attitude aesthetic autonomy aesthetic detachment, aesthetic distance, aesthetic education aesthetic imagination aesthetic judgment aesthetic pleasure aesthetic property aesthetic value aestheticism aesthetics Aeterni Patris, aether affirmative method affirming mode, affirming the consequent abstracta afterlife, agape age of adventure, age of reason, agent agent-centered morality agent-neutral reason agent-related ethics, agent-relative ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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