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KNOWLEDGE
BUDDHI
ORDINARY APPEARANCES
MODERN CONCEPTIONS
VARIOUS CONCEPTIONS
WHETHER
ENTIRELY
COMMON
SOCIALISM
CONTINENTS
OBJECTS
SPACE
CENTRAL
NOTION
CHRISTIANITY
FAITH
BUDDHA
SCIENCE
PHILOSOPHY
UTILITY
SUMMARY
TERM
FEMINISM
OVERLAP
WORLD
DIFFERENT COUNTRIES
ANARCHISM
SOCIETY
ANARCHIST SOCIETY
DENOMINATIONS
MODERN WORLD
HISTORY
ENLIGHTENMENT
JUDAISM
MONOTHEISM
BUDDHISM
HINDUISM
TERMS
MIND
QUALITIES
THEORY
PRAGMATICS
ORIGIN
AUTHORSHIP
CULTS
QUESTIONING
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Knowledge

  1. Neither the one nor the other can be allowed; but I must try by my art of midwifery to deliver Theaetetus of his conceptions about knowledge. (Web site)

Buddhi

  1. In the lower animal sattva in buddhi is not sufficiently active to lead to any degree of development of these conceptions.

Ordinary Appearances

  1. The purpose of doing this is to overcome ordinary appearances and conceptions which, according to Vajrayana, are the obstructions to nirvana and omniscience.

Modern Conceptions

  1. The book offers insights into the development of English ideas of liberty and the relationship those ideas hold to modern conceptions of rule of law. (Web site)

Various Conceptions

  1. Theologians have ascribed a variety of attributes to the various conceptions of God.

Whether

  1. This set me wondering whether there might be rival conceptions of categorification.

Entirely

  1. The following two conceptions of set overlap but do not entirely coincide.

Common

  1. These elements are, in fact, common to other dualistic conceptions in which the final triumph of good is implicit. (Web site)
  2. Social Darwinism is closely tied to earlier conceptions of unilineal evolution which were common until at least the second part of the 20th century.

Socialism

  1. It is not alone that property, in all its forms, is struck at; but that liberty, in all its forms, is challenged by the fundamental conceptions of socialism.
  2. What emerged in both the International and in the Paris commune were two very different conceptions of socialism and the revolution. (Web site)

Continents

  1. Australasia and Oceania are not continents in most conceptions. (Web site)
  2. Because geography is defined by local convention, there are several conceptions as to which landmasses qualify as continents.

Objects

  1. Peirce's pragmatism is about conceptions of objects and is a method of clarification. (Web site)

Space

  1. Quantum theory has been generalized as our conceptions of space and time have evolved. (Web site)
  2. Physical space (in pre-relativistic conceptions) is not only an affine space. (Web site)

Central

  1. Different conceptions of Pakistan varied widely: some people thought it would be a pan-Asian Muslim superstate, including Central and West Asia. (Web site)

Notion

  1. Central to the discussion is the notion of panentheism as a foundation to anchor our conceptions of God.
  2. The basic conceptions of Gnostic cosmology are, however, to be found in Cathar beliefs (most distinctly in their notion of a lesser creator god).

Christianity

  1. These conceptions of the "true meaning of Christmas" are also sung about in Christmas albums that may have nothing to do with Christianity.

Faith

  1. Collectively those three things transformed my theological conceptions and approach, which restored my faith in Christianity.

Buddha

  1. Tantric practitioners overcome ordinary appearances and conceptions by visualizing their body, environment, enjoyments, and deeds as those of a Buddha.
  2. If one realizes the originally clear and bright Mind, then both Buddha and Mara, as dualistic conceptions, are wrong. (Web site)

Science

  1. There are many different conceptions of the word "science".

Philosophy

  1. Ethical thought is not so uniformly influenced by the conceptions arrived at in science or philosophy.

Utility

  1. Meanwhile, conceptions such as natural rights and whether or not their goal-bearing representations are utility is plausibly debatable.

Summary

  1. Summary: As human beings continue to evolve, so do our conceptions of God.
  2. Summary. The basic conceptions of matrix algebra are introduced. (Web site)

Term

  1. Conceptions of God vary widely, despite the common use of the same term for them all. (Web site)
  2. However, the term probably derives from earlier conceptions of the constellations along the ecliptic as sculpted animals.

Feminism

  1. Bourdieu, feminism, and conceptions of social order.
  2. In Dubious Conceptions, Kristin Luker discusses the effect of feminism on teenage women's choices to bear children, both in and out of wedlock.

Overlap

  1. These two conceptions of civil religion substantially overlap.

World

  1. The conceptions of a revolutionary party and vanguard, developed by Lenin, brought to existence one of the largest tyrannies the world has ever known. (Web site)
  2. Piaget then made the assumption whenever one transforms the world to meet individual needs or conceptions; one is, in a way, assimilating it. (Web site)
  3. They differ also in the ways they deliberately seek to change the world and in their conceptions of natural social change.

Different Countries

  1. During the first day of the meeting young participants have met with conceptions of Strategy for the Baltic Sea from different countries and regions.

Anarchism

  1. The basic dilemma that permeates contemporary anarchism, therefore, is the one between traditionalist and modern conceptions of anarchism. (Web site)

Society

  1. And Obama doesn't express any of the more religious right type of conceptions of civil religion (which equates it with a "Judeo-Christian" core of society).
  2. In Elementary Forms, Durkheim argues that the totemic gods the aborigines worship are actually expressions of their own conceptions of society itself.

Anarchist Society

  1. Anarchism - Conceptions of an anarchist society. (Web site)

Denominations

  1. The denominations all believe in one God but differ in their conceptions.
  2. These denominations all believe in one deity or deities but differ in their various conceptions of God. (Web site)

Modern World

  1. His conceptions of Christianity dominated the East for some time, but an Origenist Christianity would never have influenced the modern world. (Web site)

History

  1. His conceptions, analyses and constructs have a universal significance in the history of science.
  2. History Early conceptions The first fictional depiction of a satellite being launched into orbit is a short story by Edward Everett Hale, The Brick Moon. (Web site)

Enlightenment

  1. The idea, that the people were sovereign, and capable of making all necessary laws and enforcing them, went beyond the conceptions of the Enlightenment.
  2. It is therefore the ability to free ourselves from the dualistic conceptions of subject and object that is the key to enlightenment. (Web site)

Judaism

  1. The Abrahamic conceptions of God include the monotheistic definition of God in Judaism, the trinitarian view of Christians, and the Islamic concept of God.
  2. Jewish conceptions of atonement for sin For more details on this topic, see Repentance in Judaism.

Monotheism

  1. Traditional conceptions of Tao are not to be confused with the Western concepts of theism and monotheism. (Web site)

Buddhism

  1. In Buddhism such views are known as obscurations or dualistic conceptions.
  2. While Buddhists have evolved various conceptions of salvation, early Buddhism did not look for release in an eternal hereafter. (Web site)

Hinduism

  1. Without doubt the Kalachakra Tantra is primarily dominated by conceptions which can also be found in Hinduism. (Web site)

Terms

  1. Both schools could be said to explain supply curves in terms of marginal cost; however, there are markèd differences in conceptions of that cost.

Mind

  1. ABSTRACT: Cartesian dualism and the union of mind and body are often understood as conceptions that contradict each other. (Web site)
  2. Mantra protects the mind from ordinary appearances and conceptions.
  3. AS the Greek for "thoughts" refers to the mind and feelings, so that for "intents," or rather "mental conceptions," refers to the intellect.

Qualities

  1. Looking at some of its qualities, life is contradictory to our conceptions and understanding of matter in its very definition.

Theory

  1. More recent conceptions of the theory characterise crime as the violation of individual rights. (Web site)
  2. In more modern conceptions of the theory, crime is characterized as the violation of individual rights.

Pragmatics

  1. Spencer Oatey, H. (1993). "Conceptions of social relations and pragmatics research." Journal of Pragmatics. (Web site)

Origin

  1. Many models of the cosmos (cosmologies) and its origin (cosmogonies) have been proposed, based on the then available data and conceptions of the universe.
  2. Christian art was dependent for the representation of its new conceptions upon the forms which the time and place of its origin happened to offer. (Web site)

Authorship

  1. Its emphasis will be on the way that conceptions of authorship are articulated. (Web site)

Cults

  1. That such conceptions attached to Gaia is shown by the records of her cults at Delphi, Athens, and Aegae. (Web site)

Questioning

  1. Adding insult to injury: questioning the role of dignity in conceptions of sovereignty.

Categories

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  3. Society > Humans > Self > Human Nature
  4. Anarchist Society
  5. Politics > Government > Socialism > Libertarian Socialism

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