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Antidisestablishmentarianism
   means   
A Political Philosophy Opposed to the Separation of Church and State
100
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Philosophy & Psychology
105
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Serial Publications of Philosophy
107
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Education, Research in Philosophy
108
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Kinds of Persons in Philosophy
109
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Historical Treatment of Philosophy
180
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Ancient, Medieval, Oriental Philosophy
185
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Aristotelian Philosophy
187
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Epicurean Philosophy
191
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Modern Western Philosophy United States & Canada
192
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Modern Western Philosophy British Isles
193
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Modern Western Philosophy Germany & Austria
195
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Modern Western Philosophy Italy
197
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Modern Western Philosophy Soviet Union
198
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Modern Western Philosophy Scandinavia
199
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Modern Western Philosophy Other Geographical Areas
401
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Philosophy & Theory
501
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Philosophy & Theory
601
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Philosophy & Theory
701
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Philosophy & Theory
801
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Philosophy & Theory
901
   represents   
Philosophy & Theory
Philosophobia
   is an acute fear of   
Philosophy
Philosophy of Life
   in German is   
Weltanschauung
Claude Elwood Shannon Occam's Razor
   applies in   
Philosophy of Science
William of Ockham
Epistemology, Aesthetics, Metaphysics
   are all   
Subdivisions of Philosophy
Illusionism
   believes in the theory   
External World is Philosophy
Pragmatism
   believes in the theory   
Emphasizing Practical Value of Philosophy
Book III, Chap. III.
   contains the canon law concerning   
What Subjects Philosophy Consists, and Who Was the Chief Founder of the Academic Sect
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Wisdom, and the Academics, and Natural Philosophy
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
He Passes from Philosophy to the Philosophers, Beginning With Epicurus
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Socrates Had More Knowledge in Philosophy Than Other Men, Although in Many Things He Acted Foolishly
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Of True Religion and of Nature. Whether Fortune is a Goddess, and of Philosophy
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
The Consolation of Philosophy
   was written by   
Severinus Boethius
One of the most influential books of the Middle Ages
Meditations on First Philosophy
   was written by   
René Descartes
"in which the Existence of God and the Distinction between Mind and Body are Demonstrated"; "Cogito ergo sum"
Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy
   was written by   
Isaac Newton
Contains Newton's laws of motion
Keeping Faith: Philosophy and Race in America
   was written by   
Cornel West
This powerful collection of essays ranges widely across politics and philosophy in America, the role of the black intellectual, legal theory and the future of liberal thoughts.
210
   is the sub-category for   
Philosophy & Theory of Religion
180
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Ancient Medieval, Oriental Philosophy
Sir Isaac Newton
   wrote   
Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy
Natural Mathematical Principles of Philosophy
   was written by   
Isaac Newton
1877
Philosophy in the Boudoir
   was written by   
Le Marquis De Sade
1795, “Cruelity is a virtue, not a vice”
Positive Philosophy
   was written by   
Auguste Comte
1795, “Society…cannot be regarded as composed of individuals…”
The Philosophy of Religion
   was written by   
GWF Hegel
1832, “God is the absolute truth”.
The Philosophy of History
   was written by   
GWF Hegel
1837
Werner Heisenberg
   wrote   
Physics and Philosophy
Bertrand Russell
   wrote   
The Problems of Philosophy
Georg Wilhelm Hegel
   wrote   
The Philosophy of Right
1820, Hegel's statement of his moral, legal, social and political philosophy
René Descartes
   wrote   
Principles of Philosophy
Intended as a textbook to replace Aristotelian textbooks of the time
René Descartes
   wrote   
Meditations on First Philosophy
1641






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