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ab, esse (Latin phrase) abduction (n.) abnormal (adj.) abortion (n.) absolute (adj.) absolute (n.) absolutely (adv.) absolutism (n.) abstract (adj.) abstract (v.) abstraction (n.) abundance, sometimes superabundance (n.) accident (n.) accidental (adj.) acedia, sometimes acidia (Latin n.) acquired (adj.) act (v.) act or actuality (n.) action (n.) active (adj.) activity (n.) act of a man act of being (or act of existence) actual (adj.) actualization (n.) actualize or actuate (v.) ad, esse (Latin phrase) adequate (adj.) adequate (v.) aesthetic or aesthetical (adj.) aesthetics (n.) aeviternity (n.) affection (n.) affective (adj.) affective key affective knowledge affectivity (n.) affirm (v.) affirmation (n.) a fortiori (Latin phrase) agape (Greek n.) agent (n.) agent intellect aggression (n.) aggressive (adj.) aggressiveness, sometimes aggressivity (n.) agnosticism (n.) akrasia (Greek n.) alien (adj. or n.) alienable (adj.) alienate (v.) alienation (n.) Allah (Arabic n.) Alpha point altruism (n.) amoral (adj.) amorality (n.) amplitude (n.) 333 LIST OF ENTRIES Carlson-07index_Layout 1 11/7/11 1:42 PM Page 333 anabatic (adj.) analogate or analogue (n.) analogical or analogous (adj.) analogy (n.) analysis (n.) analytic (adj.) analytic philosophy analytic Thomism ananoetic (adj.) angel (n.) angelic (adj.) anger (n.) animal (n.) animate (adj.) animism (n.) annihilate (v.) antecedent (adj. or n.) anthropic principle anthropology (n.) anthropomorphism (n.) antinomian (adj. or n.) antinomianism (n.) antinomy (n.) anti-perfectionism (n.) antirealism (n.) apodictic (adj.) apophatic (adj.) a posteriori (Latin phrase) appearance (n.) appetite (n.) applied ethics apprehension or intellection (simple) (n.) a priori (Latin phrase) archetype (n.) arete (Greek n.) areteology (n.) argument (n.) argumentation (n.) aristocracy (n.) Aristotelian (adj. or n.) Aristotelianism (n.) art (n.) artificial (adj.) aseity (n.) assemblism (n.) assent (n.) assent (v.) atheism (n.) attribution, analogy of audacity (n.) Augustinian (adj. or n.) Augustinianism (n.) authenticity (n.) authority (n.) autonomy (n.) avarice or greed (n.) aversion (n.) axiology (n.) axiom (n.) awe (n.) bad (adj.) badness (n.) basic goods basic needs or basic human needs be (v.) beatitude (n.) Beatitudes, the (n.) beauty (n.) become (v.) begin (v.) beginning (n.) being (n.) being of reason being vs. having being-with-nothingness Biblicism (n.) biologism (n.) birth regulation or control body (n.) bonum honestum (Latin phrase) 334 List of Entries Carlson-07index_Layout 1 11/7/11 1:42 PM Page 334 capacity (n.) capital (adj.) capital (n.) capitalism (n.) capital punishment capital vices cardinal virtues caritas (Latin n.) Cartesian (adj. or n.) casuistry (n.) categorial (adj.) categorical (adj.) categorical imperative category (n.) catharsis (n.) catholic (adj.) Catholicism (n.) Catholic tradition causality (n.) causality, principle of cause (n. or v.) caution (n.) central sense certain (adj.) certain conscience certainty or certitude (n.) chance (adj.) chance (n.) change (n.) change (v.) change of matter or change of species character (n.) charity (n.) chastity (n.) choice (n.) Christian (adj. or n.) Christian ethics Christianity (n.) Christian philosophy circumstances (n.) citizen (n.) civic or civil society civil law civil rights clarification (n.) classical (adj.) cogitative power cognition or cognitivity (n.) cognitive (adj.) coherence (n.) coherence theory of truth (sometimes coherentism) collectivism (n.) coming to be command (n.) commensurable (adj.) common (adj.) common good common matter common sense communicable (adj.) communicate (v.) communication (n.) communion of persons communitarian (adj. or n.) communitarianism (n.) community (n.) community, moral commutative justice compatibilism (n.) compatible (adj.) complementarity (n.) complementary (adj.) complete (adj.) complete or perfect society complete return components of a right composite (adj. or n.) composition and division comprehensive good compulsion (n.) List of Entries 335 Carlson-07index_Layout 1 11/7/11 1:42 PM Page 335 concept (n.) conceptualism (n.) conclusion (n.) concrete (adj.) concupiscence (n.) concupiscible (adj.) condition (n.) conditional (n.) conflict of rights and duties conjugal (adj.) connaturality (n.) connotation (n.) conscience (n.) conscience formation conscious (adj.) consciousness (n.) consent (n.) consequence (n.) consequent (adj. or n.) consequentialism (n.) conservation (n.) conservatism (n.) consistent (adj.) constitution (n.) constitutive (adj.) construct (n.) consubstantial (adj.) consumerism (n.) contemplation (n.) contingency (n.) contingent (adj.) continuum (n.) contraception (n.) contract (n.) contradiction (n.) contradictoriness (n.) contradictory (adj.) contrariety or contrariness (n.) contrary (adj.) convention (n.) conventionalism (n.) conversion to phantasms cooperation (n.) cooperation in evil, principles governing co-principles (n.) correspondence theory of truth corruption (n.) cosmogony (n.) cosmological (adj.) cosmology (n.) cosmos (n.) country (n.) courage (n.) cowardice (n.) create (v.) creation (n.) creationism (n.) creative fidelity criminal justice criteriology (n.) criterion (n.) critical realism critical turn culpability (n.) cultural relativism culture (n.) culture of death/culture of life custom (n.) Dasein (German n.) data of sense, also...


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