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Absolutism
   believes in the theory   
Government by a Single Absolute Ruler; Autocracy
Absurdism
   believes in the theory   
We Live in an Irrational Universe
Academicism
   believes in the theory   
Nothing Can Be Known
Accidentalism
   believes in the theory   
Events Do Not Have Causes
Acosmism
   believes in the theory   
Disbelief in Existence of Eternal Universe Distinct from God
Adamitism
   believes in the theory   
Nakedness for Religious Reasons
Adevism
   believes in the theory   
Denial of Gods of Mythology and Legend
Adiaphorism
   believes in the theory   
Theological Indifference or Latitudinarianism
Adoptionism
   believes in the theory   
Christ Was the Adopted and Not Natural Son of God
Aestheticism
   believes in the theory   
Beauty is Central to Other Moral Principles
Agapism
   believes in the theory   
Ethics of Love
Agathism
   believes in the theory   
Ultimate Triumph of Good Despite Evil Means
Agnosticism
   believes in the theory   
We Know Nothing Beyond Material Phenomena
Anarchism
   believes in the theory   
All Governments Should Be Abolished
Animism
   believes in the theory   
Attribution of Soul to Inanimate Objects
Annihilationism
   believes in the theory   
The Wicked Are Utterly Destroyed After Death
Anthropomorphism
   believes in the theory   
Attribution of Human Qualities to Non-human Things
Anthropotheism
   believes in the theory   
Gods Are Only Deified Men
Antidisestablishmentarianism
   believes in the theory   
Opposition to Removal of Church of England's Official Religion Status
Antilapsarianism
   believes in the theory   
The Fall of Humanity
Antinomianism
   believes in the theory   
The Rejection of Moral Law
Antipedobaptism
   believes in the theory   
Denial of Validity of Infant Baptism
Apocalypticism
   believes in the theory   
The Imminent End of the World
Asceticism
   believes in the theory   
Self-denial of the Body Permits Spiritual Enlightenment
Aspheterism
   believes in the theory   
Denial of the Right to Private Property
Atheism
   believes in the theory   
There is No God
Atomism
   believes in the theory   
The Universe Consists of Small Indivisible Particles
Autosoterism
   believes in the theory   
One Can Obtain Salvation Through Oneself
Autotheism
   believes in the theory   
One is God Incarnate or That One is Christ
Bitheism
   believes in the theory   
Two Gods
Bonism
   believes in the theory   
The World is Good but Not Perfect
Bullionism
   believes in the theory   
The Importance of Metallic Currency in Economics
Capitalism
   believes in the theory   
Private Ownership and Free Markets Should Govern Economics
Casualism
   believes in the theory   
Chance Governs All Things
Catabaptism
   believes in the theory   
Opposition to Infant Baptism
Catastrophism
   believes in the theory   
Rapid Geological and Biological Change
Collectivism
   believes in the theory   
Communal Control of Means of Production
Collegialism
   believes in the theory   
Church is Dependent from the State
Conceptualism
   believes in the theory   
Universal Truths Exist As Mental Concepts
Conservatism
   believes in the theory   
Maintaining Political and Social Traditions
Constructivism
   believes in the theory   
Knowledge and Reality Do Not Have an Objective Value
Cosmism
   believes in the theory   
Cosmos is a Self-existing Whole
Cosmotheism
   believes in the theory   
Identifies God With the Cosmos
Deism
   believes in the theory   
God but Rejection of Religion
Determinism
   believes in the theory   
Events Are Predetermined by Preceding Events or Laws
Ditheism
   believes in the theory   
Two Equal Gods, One Good and One Evil
Ditheletism
   believes in the theory   
Christ Had Two Wills
Dphysitism
   believes in the theory   
Dual Nature of Christ
Dualism
   believes in the theory   
Universe is Controlled by One Good and One Evil Force
Egalitarianism
   believes in the theory   
Humans Ought to Be Equal in Rights and Privileges
Egoism
   believes in the theory   
Pursuit of Self-interest is the Highest Good
Egotheism
   believes in the theory   
Identification of Oneself With God
Eidolism
   believes in the theory   
Ghosts
Emotivism
   believes in the theory   
Moral Statements Are Inherently Biased
Empiricism
   believes in the theory   
Experience of the Senses is the Only Source of Knowledge
Entryism
   believes in the theory   
Joining a Group to Change Its Policies
Epiphenomenalism
   believes in the theory   
Mental Processes Are Epiphenomena of Brain Activity
Eternalism
   believes in the theory   
Matter Has Existed Eternally
Eudaemonism Ethical
   believes in the theory   
Happiness Equals Morality
Euhemerism
   believes in the theory   
Explanation of Mythology As Growing out of History
Existentialism
   believes in the theory   
Individual Human Responsibility in an Unfathomable Universe
Experientialism
   believes in the theory   
Knowledge Comes from Experience
Fallibilism
   believes in the theory   
Empirical Knowledge is Uncertain
Fatalism
   believes in the theory   
Events Are Fixed and Humans Are Powerless
Fideism
   believes in the theory   
Knowledge Depends on Faith over Reason
Finalism
   believes in the theory   
An End Has or Can Be Reached
Fortuitism
   believes in the theory   
Evolution by Chance Variation
Functionalism
   believes in the theory   
Emphasising Utility and Function
Geocentrism
   believes in the theory   
Earth is the Centre of the Universe
Gnosticism
   believes in the theory   
Freedom Derives Solely from Knowledge
Gradualism
   believes in the theory   
Things Proceed by Degrees
Gymnobiblism
   believes in the theory   
Bible Can Be Presented to Unlearned Without Commentary
Hedonism
   believes in the theory   
Pleasure is the Highest Good
Henism
   believes in the theory   
There is Only One Kind of Existence
Henotheism
   believes in the theory   
One Tribal God, but Not As the Only God
Historicism
   believes in the theory   
All Phenomena Are Historically Determined
Holism
   believes in the theory   
Parts of Any Thing Must Be Understood in Relation to the Whole
Holobaptism
   believes in the theory   
Baptism With Total Immersion in Water
Humanism
   believes in the theory   
Human Interests and Mind Are Paramount
Humanitarianism
   believes in the theory   
Highest Moral Obligation is to Improve Human Welfare
Hylicism
   believes in the theory   
Materialism
Hylomorphism
   believes in the theory   
Matter is Cause of the Universe
Hylopathism
   believes in the theory   
Ability of Matter to Affect the Spiritual World
Hylotheism
   believes in the theory   
Universe is Purely Material
Hylozoism
   believes in the theory   
All Matter is Endowed With Life
Idealism
   believes in the theory   
Our Experiences of the World Consist of Ideas
Identism
   believes in the theory   
Objective and Subjective, or Matter and Mind, Are Identical
Ignorantism
   believes in the theory   
Ignorance is a Favourable Thing
Illuminism
   believes in the theory   
An Inward Spiritual Light
Illusionism
   believes in the theory   
External World is Philosophy
Imagism
   believes in the theory   
Use of Precise Images With Unrestricted Subject
Immanentism
   believes in the theory   
An Immanent or Permanent God
Immanent means inherent in the world or the individual
Immaterialism
   believes in the theory   
There is No Material Substance
Immoralism
   believes in the theory   
Rejection of Morality
Indifferentism
   believes in the theory   
All Religions Are Equally Valid
Individualism
   believes in the theory   
Individual Interests and Rights Are Paramount
Instrumentalism
   believes in the theory   
Ideas Are Instruments of Action
Intellectualism
   believes in the theory   
All Knowledge is Derived from Reason
Interactionism
   believes in the theory   
Mind and Body Act on Each Other
Introspectionism
   believes in the theory   
Knowledge of Mind Must Derive from Introspection
Intuitionism
   believes in the theory   
Perception of Truth is by Intuition
Irreligionism
   believes in the theory   
System of Belief That is Hostile to Religions
Kathenotheism
   believes in the theory   
Polytheism in Which Each God is Considered Single and Supreme
Kenotism
   believes in the theory   
Christ Rid Himself of Divinity in Becoming Human
Laicism
   believes in the theory   
Opposition to Clergy and Priests
Latitudinarianism
   believes in the theory   
Broad Liberality in Religious Belief and Conduct
Laxism
   believes in the theory   
An Unlikely Opinion May Be Safely Followed
Legalism
   believes in the theory   
Salvation Depends on Strict Adherence to the Law
Liberalism
   believes in the theory   
Social Change and Tolerance
Libertarianism
   believes in the theory   
Personal Liberty is the Highest Value
Malism
   believes in the theory   
The World is Evil
Materialism
   believes in the theory   
Matter is Only Extant Substance
Mechanism
   believes in the theory   
Life is Explainable by Mechanical Forces
Meliorism
   believes in the theory   
The World Tends to Become Better
Mentalism
   believes in the theory   
The World Can Be Explained As Aspect of the Mind
Messianism
   believes in the theory   
A Single Messiah or Saviour
Millenarianism
   believes in the theory   
Ideal Society Will Be Produced in the Near Future
Modalism
   believes in the theory   
Unity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit
Monadism
   believes in the theory   
There Exist Ultimate Units of Being
Monergism
   believes in the theory   
The Holy Spirit Alone Can Act
Monism
   believes in the theory   
All Things Can Be Placed in One Category
Monophysitism
   believes in the theory   
Christ Was Primarily Divine but in Human Form
Monopsychism
   believes in the theory   
Individuals Have a Single Eternal Soul
Monotheism
   believes in the theory   
Only One God
Monotheletism
   believes in the theory   
Christ Only Had One Will
Mortalism
   believes in the theory   
The Soul is Mortal
Mutualism
   believes in the theory   
Mutual Dependence of Society and the Individual
Nativism
   believes in the theory   
The Mind Possesses Inborn Thoughts
Naturalism
   believes in the theory   
The World Can Be Explained in Terms of Natural Forces
Necessarianism
   believes in the theory   
Actions Are Determined by Prior History; Fatalism
Neonomianism
   believes in the theory   
The Gospel Abrogates Earlier Moral Codes
Neovitalism
   believes in the theory   
The Total Material Explanation is Impossible
Nihilism
   believes in the theory   
Denial of All Reality; Extreme Scepticism
Nominalism
   believes in the theory   
Naming of Things Defines Reality
Nomism
   believes in the theory   
Moral Conduct Consists in Observance of Laws
Noumenalism
   believes in the theory   
Existence of Noumena
Nullibilism
   believes in the theory   
Denial That the Soul Exists in Space
Numenism
   believes in the theory   
Local Deities or Spirits
Objectivism
   believes in the theory   
All Reality is Objective
Omnism
   believes in the theory   
All Religions
Optimism
   believes in the theory   
We Live in the Best of All Possible Worlds
Organicism
   believes in the theory   
Conception of Life or Society As an Organism
Paedobaptism
   believes in the theory   
Infant Baptism
Panaesthetism
   believes in the theory   
Consciousness May Adhere Generally in Matter
Pancosmism
   believes in the theory   
The Material Universe is All That Exists
Panegoism
   believes in the theory   
Solipsism
Panentheism
   believes in the theory   
The World is Part but Not All of God's Being
Panpsychism
   believes in the theory   
All Nature Has a Psychic Side
Pansexualism
   believes in the theory   
All Thought Derived from Sexual Instinct
Panspermatism
   believes in the theory   
Origin of Life from Extraterrestrial Germs
Pantheism
   believes in the theory   
The Universe is God
Panzoism
   believes in the theory   
Humans and Animals Share Vital Life Energy
Parallelism
   believes in the theory   
Matter and Mind Don't Interact but Relate
Pejorism
   believes in the theory   
Severe Pessimism
Perfectibilism
   believes in the theory   
Humans Capable of Becoming Perfect
Perfectionism
   believes in the theory   
Moral Perfection Constitutes the Highest Value
Personalism
   believes in the theory   
Humans Possess Spiritual Freedom
Pessimism
   believes in the theory   
The Universe is Essentially Evil
Phenomenalism
   believes in the theory   
Phenomena Are the Only Realities
Physicalism
   believes in the theory   
All Phenomena Reducible to Verifiable Assertions
Physitheism
   believes in the theory   
Attribution of Physical Form and Attributes to Deities
Pluralism
   believes in the theory   
Reality Consists of Several Kinds of Entities
Polytheism
   believes in the theory   
Multiple Deities
Positivism
   believes in the theory   
That Which is Not Observable is Not Knowable
Pragmatism
   believes in the theory   
Emphasizing Practical Value of Philosophy
Predestinarianism
   believes in the theory   
What Ever is to Happen is Already Fixed
Prescriptivism
   believes in the theory   
Moral Edicts Are Merely Orders With No Truth Value
Primitivism
   believes in the theory   
A Simple and Natural Life is Morally Best
Privatism
   believes in the theory   
Attitude of Avoiding Involvement in Outside Interests
Probabiliorism
   believes in the theory   
When in Doubt One Must Choose Most Likely Answer
Probabilism
   believes in the theory   
Knowledge is Always Probable but Never Absolute
Psilanthropism
   believes in the theory   
Denial of Christ's Divinity
Psychism
   believes in the theory   
Universal Soul
Psychomorphism
   believes in the theory   
Inanimate Objects Have Human Mentality
Psychopannychism
   believes in the theory   
Souls Sleep from Death to Resurrection
Pychotheism
   believes in the theory   
God is a Purely Spirtual Entity
Pyrrhonism
   believes in the theory   
Total or Radical Skepticism
Quietism
   believes in the theory   
Enlightenment Through Mental Tranquility
Racism
   believes in the theory   
Race is the Primary Determinant of Human Capacities
Rationalism
   believes in the theory   
Reason is the Fundamental Source of Knowledge
Realism
   believes in the theory   
Objects of Cognition Are Real
Reductionism
   believes in the theory   
Complex Phenomena Are Reducible to Simple Ones
Regalism
   believes in the theory   
The Monarch's Supremacy in Church Affairs
Representationalism
   believes in the theory   
Ideas Rather Than External Objects Are Basis of Knowledge
Republicanism
   believes in the theory   
A Republic is the Best Form of Government
Resistentialism
   believes in the theory   
Inanimate Objects Display Malice Towards Humans
Romanticism
   believes in the theory   
Sentimental Feeling in Artistic Expression
Sacerdotalism
   believes in the theory   
Priests Are Necessary Mediators Between God and Mankind
Sacramentarianism
   believes in the theory   
Sacraments Have Unusual Properties
Scientism
   believes in the theory   
Methods of Science Are Universally Applicable
Self-determinism
   believes in the theory   
The Actions of a Self Are Determined by Itself
Sensationalism
   believes in the theory   
Ideas Originate Soley in Sensation
Siderism
   believes in the theory   
The Stars Influence Human Affairs
Skepticism
   believes in the theory   
The True Knowledge is Always Uncertain
Socialism
   believes in the theory   
Centralized State Control of Wealth and Property
Solarism
   believes in the theory   
Excessive Use of Solar Myths in Explaining Mythology
Solifidianism
   believes in the theory   
Faith Alone Will Ensure Salvation
Solipsism
   believes in the theory   
Self-existence is the Only Certainty
Spatialism
   believes in the theory   
Matter Has Only Spatial, Temporal and Casual Properties
Spiritualism
   believes in the theory   
Nothing is Real Except the Soul or Spirit
Stercoranism
   believes in the theory   
The Consecrated Eucharist is Digested and Evacuated
Stoicism
   believes in the theory   
Indifference to Pleasure or Pain
Subjectivism
   believes in the theory   
All Knowledge is Subjective
Substantialism
   believes in the theory   
There is a Real Existence Underlying Phenomena
Syndicalism
   believes in the theory   
Direct Worker Control of Capital
Synergism
   believes in the theory   
Human and Divine Spirit Cooperate in Salvation
Terminism
   believes in the theory   
There is a Time Limit for Repentance
Thanatism
   believes in the theory   
The Soul Dies With the Body
Theism
   believes in the theory   
The Existence of God Without Special Revelation
Theocentrism
   believes in the theory   
God is Central Fact of Existence
Theopantism
   believes in the theory   
God is the Only Reality
Theopsychism
   believes in the theory   
The Soul is of a Divine Nature
Thnetopsychism
   believes in the theory   
The Soul Dies With the Body, to Be Reborn on Day of Judgement
Titanism
   believes in the theory   
Spirit of Revolt or Defiance Against Social Conventions
Tolerationism
   believes in the theory   
Toleration of Religious Differences
Totemism
   believes in the theory   
A Group Has a Special Kinship With an Object or Animal
Transcendentalism
   believes in the theory   
Emphasizes That Which Transcends Perception
Transmigrationism
   believes in the theory   
The Soul Passes Into Other Body at Death
Trialism
   believes in the theory   
Humans Have Three Separate Essences (body, Soul, Spirit)
Tritheism
   believes in the theory   
Members of the Trinity Are Separate Gods
Triumphalism
   believes in the theory   
The Superiority of One Particular Religious Creed
Tuism
   believes in the theory   
Individuals Have a Second or Other Self
Tutiorism
   believes in the theory   
One Should Take the Safer Moral Course
Tychism
   believes in the theory   
Accepts Role of Pure Chance
Ubiquitarianism
   believes in the theory   
Christ is Everywhere
Undulationism
   believes in the theory   
Light Consists of Waves
Universalism
   believes in the theory   
Universal Salvation
Utilitarianism
   believes in the theory   
Utility of Actions Determines Moral Value
Vitalism
   believes in the theory   
That There is a Vital Force Behind Life
Voluntarism
   believes in the theory   
The Will Dominates the Intellect
Zoism
   believes in the theory   
Life Originates from a Single Vital Principle
Zoomorphism
   believes in the theory   
Conception of a God or Man in Animal Form
Zootheism
   believes in the theory   
Attribution of Divine Qualities to Animals


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