Contents

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p. ix

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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pp. xi-xii

The idea for this philosophical dictionary grew out of efforts, over a period of years, to give my students accurate and nuanced accounts of the terminology of the perennial tradition. Thus, many young people contributed to the project—more so than most of them realized—through their...

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INTRODUCTION

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pp. 1-19

The present volume offers students and other interested readers a dictionary of philosophical terms. Its distinctiveness lies, in part, in its being shaped by the understanding of rational reflection—and of wisdom—expressed in John Paul II’s Fides et ratio.1 This dictionary focuses on terms central to...

A

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pp. 21-41

B

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pp. 43-48

C

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pp. 49-72

D

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pp. 73-88

E

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pp. 89-104

F

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pp. 105-113

G

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pp. 115-120

H

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pp. 121-129

I

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pp. 131-148

J

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pp. 149-151

K

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pp. 153-155

L

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pp. 157-164

M

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pp. 165-179

N

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pp. 181-188

O

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pp. 189-195

P

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pp. 197-227

Q

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pp. 229-230

R

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pp. 231-242

S

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pp. 243-265

T

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pp. 267-277

U

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pp. 279-283

V

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pp. 285-289

W

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pp. 291-295

X

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pp. 297-298

Y

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p. 299

Z

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p. 301

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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pp. 303-332

LIST OF ENTRIES

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pp. 333-350