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DICTIONARY

OF

PHILOSOPHICAL TERMS
A
DICTIONARY
OF

PHILOSOPHICAL TERMS
CHIEFLY FROM THE JAPANESE

DR. RICHARD AXD DR. MAcGILLIVRAY

PUBUSHKD BY
CHRISTIAN LITERATURE SOCIETY FOR CHINA
SHANGHAI
PREFACE.
The present work is issued by the C. L. S., primarily to meet

its own needs. We grew tired of waiting for action on the part
of others. The Chinese Government has been often said to be

doing something in this line, but the Education Board has so far

failed to supply the need. The Japanese terms are being very

extensively adopted, and accordingly we went to the great Japa-

nese work "5" ^ ~fc i^ iHf and copied out the terms that are
therein described at length.

YW, of course, do not endorse all these terms as even good


but they are coining in like a flood. They are in the field and
we should know them. All who deal with students as well as

translators will find a knowledge of at least the principal terms

indispensable. The total number of entries is about 2,482.

Dr. G. A. Stuart's work published by the Educational

Association of China in 1910, as well a's Dr. Cousland's Diction-

ary of Medical Terms are excellent but wholly different. This


work is tentative and imperfect, but it is hoped that improvement
can be effected in the next edition.

D. MAcGlLLIVRAY.

4
NOV 1 2 1926
DICTIONARY
OF
PHILOSOPHICAL TERMS

Abnormal
Abnormal child
Abnormal psychology
Absent-mindedness
Absolute and relative
Absolute concept
Absolute dualism
Absolute idealism
Absolutism and relativism
Absolute self

Absorption, political
Abstract and concrete
Abstract
Abstraction
Abstract monism
Abstract term
Abstruse
Accessor}- nerves
Accident
Accidentalism $$i&
Accommodation BHin Gfr)
Accountability
Accuracy
Achromatic sensation W 1
BH' IsK. !^
Acosmism
Acoumeter
Acoustics
Acquired
Acquired character
Acting, direct Sillf
Action
Active and passive
Activity
Actual
Actual causality
Actuality
Actuality philosophy
Actuality theory
Adaptation
Adaptation-theory
Adequacy.
Adequateness
Adequate stimulus
Ad j e cti ve (Grammar)
Administration
Administrative law
Adolescence
Adoptionism
Adverbials
Adversative
Aerotaxis
Aerotropism
.Esthesiometer
.Esthetical attitude
.Esthetical feeling )'i^J!sW
.'Esthetical impression

.Esthetical interest
.Esthetical judgment
.Esthetical pleasure
.Esthetical-religious idealism
'

.Esthetical standard
.Estheticism
.Esthetics
/Esthetics of feeling

/Etiological argument
'^Etiology
Affection
Affections A 'It, /^
Affective tone
Affinitv
Affinity, chemical
Affirmation
Affirmative judgment
Affix

After-glow
After-image
After-sensation ^^f MJcilE
Agape (love feast)
Agent
Agglutinating language $fS^tl
Aggregation
Agnosticism
Agoraphobia R&i^EI
Agrammatism 1tf*)^c|-
Agreement (in gram.) ~i (in law
Aim
Albinism
Albumen
Alchemy %iffi
Alcohol j||fj|
Alcoholic intoxication FW^fic&^J&fi:
Alcoholism

Algebra
Algebra of logic
Algesimeter
Algometer
Allantois (Med.) lg (Jftfe$)
Allegory MHti
Alluring colouration t^lSfe
Alphabet
Alternative (Bot.)
Altruism
Ambiguity
Ambiguous term
Ambition
Amendment ^j^> Am. to the am.
Amethodical
Amnesia
Amnion
Amorphous
Amphibia
Amphimixis
Ampliative judgment
Amplification
Amulet
Anabolism (Biol. )

Anadromous fish
Analogical inference Jfclfe

Analogist
Analogy
Analysis and synthesis
Analytical definition
Analytical judgment
Analytical language .

Analytical syllogism
Anarchism
Anatomy (dissection) Mtt'J^ (See Stuart)
Ancestor- worshi p
Androcentric theory
Androcracy
Anesthesia
Auger
Angel
Animal courage
Animal kingdom
Animal magnetism
Animal psychology .

Animalculae
Animism
Annelids
Anomalist
Anomaly
Antagonistic colours
Antecedent and consequence
Anthropocentric theory
Anthropolatry
Anthropologism
Anthropology
Anthropometry
Anthropomorphism
Antimilitarism
Antinomj-
Antiseptics
Anti-social
Antiteleolog\-
Anti thesis
Antonym
Apagogical demonstration f^^e^W^i
Apathy
Aphasia
Aphelion
Apologetics
A posteriori (See Induction)
Apothegm j^-g
Appearance
Apperception
Appetite H83& ('fit^O
Applied ethics BftfamQ
Applied sociolog}- Iffiffifif'T^

Approbation fSlH
Apriorism ^fc5^t8;

Aquatic animal 7-K^lKj^


Arbitration
Arbitrators
Arboreal dwelling .

Arc
Archseolithic period
Archaeology
Architect JE^&P
Archives
Area
Aretaics
Argument in a circle

Aristocracy
Arithmomania
Arrogance
Articular sensation
Articulation
Artificial classification
A$$j5Hl!
Artificial division

Artificial language
Artificial law A^?i
Artificial selection

Artificial stone

Art impulse
Art of memory
Arts, fine
Asceticism
^&* Giftf*)
Assertion gTr-s-
i=yi c^i

Assessor
PnlPlf
Assimilation
J^ Wl^Kt (sound)
Association
Association by contiguity
Association of ideas
Association psychology
Astigmatism ^inM
VC \W+
EX. '\

Astrology H^
Ataraxy Mf|j2i/J,
Atavism
ffi&tfe (IQMlfl)
Ataxia
Atheism
te^|^
Atom
Atomic weight
Atomism
Atonement llH^
Atrophy
Attention
Attribute
Audiometer
Auditory
Auditory sensation
Auditory type !&$?&
Augury
Authority
Authority (church)
Autocrat IMftlf!'
Automatic JEjU^S^
Automatic movement ^Wj^Wj
Automatic writing HSfrll^lii
Automatism Sl&IS
Automatograph &!&i6g
Autonomy
Auxiliary
Avarice g
Avatar
Aversion
Axiology HMI&
Axiom

B
Bacillus
mfe (miao)
Bacteria
Bad
Ballot

Baptism @|g >

Barter
Bastard Mffi.
Beau ideal
Beautiful soul
Beauty H
Beauty of arts
3H$J^
F^'irJ-
Beauty of form
Becoming (verb)
Being (verb) ,
To be
Beneficence
Benevolence
Bible
Biblical criticism ^WfitW-
Biblical science
Biblical theology

Bibliolatry
Bilateral symmetry
Binaural hearing
Binocular color mixture
Binocular vision Hii&'liH

Binymic
Biological sociology
Biological part of anthropology
Biology ^^/^
Biometry-
Bioplasm
Birds
Birth-rate
Blood-oath
Blush
Board of arbitration

Board of trustees

Body
Body politic

Botany
Boundless $&$k
Brachycephals H
Brahma
Brahmanism
Brain lift
Brief

Brightness
Bronze age
Buddha
9

Buddhahood

Cabinet
Calisthenics HlftHM,
Cannibalism
Canon
Canons
Canonic pi*^
Capacity
Capitalism
Capitalist, labour
Cardinal virtues
Carnivorous animal
Case (an event)
Case (in Grammar)
Caste
Casuistry
Catalepsy
Catatonia
Catechism &^ f^
Categorical imperative
Categorical judgment
Categorical syllogism
Category $$KH)
Catharsis
Causality
Cause
,, doctrine of final
, >
effectual

final
10

Cause, first X, 1&


,, principal ilS
ultimate 3EHMS
Cave dwelling
Cave man
Celibacy
Cell %m (flfc See Stuart)
Census
Centre
Centre of gravit}' S^CSMfi
Cerebellum /h$8
Cerebral localisation KmMtffi&M
Cerebrum ^J!$i
Ceremony fH5^
Certainty ItW'l*
Certitude ?tffl4
Change of matter

Chaos
Character
Characteristic
Characteristic beauty

Charity 311?
Chastity &m
Cheiromancy HK^^J
Chemical atomism
Chemical sense
Chemotaxis
Chemotropism JUHfc'tt
Child MM
Child psychology
Children's drawing
Child study
Chipped stone implements
Chiromancy
Choice
Choice independent
Choleric mtt r
11

Christianity
Christian socialism

Christology
Chronic
Chronic alcoholism
Chronograph fl$Pif!!i!!

Chronology
Chronoscope
Church
Church, Unitarian
Church, universalist W^^
Church father %%.
Church history
Circumcision
Circumscribing definition
Circumstance
Citizenship
Citizenship, to deprive of
City
City state
Civilization
Civilize
Civil law
Civil liberty

Civil matter

Clairvoyance
Clan
Clang
Class
Classicism
Classification

Classification system
Clause

Claustrophobia
Clear

Cleptomania
Clergy
12

Clericalism
Clothing
Cocainism
Cochlea
Code of civil procedure
Code of criminal procedure
Coelenterata
Coercion
Coexistence
Cognition
Coherent
Cold color
Cold spots <!&
Collective concept
Collective consciousness Hl^^Hife
Collective terms Ife'cj'^Sit

Collective will &&H&&


Collectivism
Colligation of facts
Collocation ^@
Colloquialism ifiil]l&

Colloquial speech
Colonisation

Colony
Colorless sensation
Color-blindness
Color mixture
Color of tone
Color pyramid
Colors
Color sensation
Color symbolism Q&lfcfflL
Color-tone
Color triangle
Combination, chemical
Combined method of investigation

Combined syllogism
13

Comic
Comma Sft

Commensurable
Commercial law
Common law
Common sensation
Common sense
Common sense school *ifiil$R(t:?j) ( ft)
Communism ^jH^ils
Community
Comparison
Comparative embryology
Comparative physiology
Comparative psychology
Comparative religion
Compatibility
Compatible concept
Complementary color
Complex concept
Complexion
Complication
Composition
Composition theory
Compound, chemical
Conation
Concentration
Concept
Concept of future world
Conception, intuitive
Conceptualism
Conclusion
Concomitant sensation
Concord
Concrete (Logic)
Concrete idealism
Concrete monism JMHK&~~"2Gtfil
Concrete term
Condition
14

Conditional judgment i^f^t )!!? 1

Conduct
Cone
Confession (religious)
Confirmation ^flf$l
Confuse
Congregationalism IS.'tj'ftR

Congruence ^fB'cH^

Conjugal relation ^MM^


Conjugation (grammar)
Connotation, and denotation
Conposite concept ^'o'^.^
Conscience
Conscience, public
Conscientiousness i$t1f

Consciousness Ulal
Consciousness, stream of 'If.'jItlSSt

Consciousness of bodily position {iH!i[S(Ji


Consciousness of difference HH;lf1&
Consciousness of disease ffi&^Wt.
Consciousness of kind
Consequence
Conservation of energy
Conservatism, ultra
Consistency
Consistent concept
Consonance and dissonance
Consonant (letter)

Constancy '@S
Constitution (Govt.)
Constitutional neurasthenia
Constraint
Constructive dilemma
Contamination
Contemplation
Contemplative
Content ft??
Content, solid flf^fu
15

Content, square
Continuity
Contract (noun)
Contractility
Contraction (gram.)
Contradiction
Contradiction in terms
Contradictory concept
Contradictory opposition
Contraposition
Contrary
Contrary concept
Contrary opposition Jx.UJlUfg
Contrast (verb)
Convenience
Convent
Convention
Convergence of character
Conversion H,fr, ff,fr, $*{&,
Conversion by limitation
Conversion by negation
Convolution 0$$
Cooking
Co-operation
Co-ordinate concept
Co-ordinates
Co-ordination
Copyright
Copula
Coral reef
Cord record
Corollary
Correction
Correlated variation
Correlative concept
Correlation, to know identity and
difference UlfSj
Cosmogony
16

Cosmological argument
Cosmology
Cosmopolitanism
Council (church)
Council of apostles
Courage
Courage, animal
Courage, moral ItJI^H
Courtship ^
Coyness
Craniology
Creation
Creationism
Credentials fSSI
Credulous
Creed
Crime
Criminal anthropology
Criminal class
Criminal law
Criminal psychology
Criminal race
Criminal sociology
Criminology
Crisis
Criterion
Critical idealism
Criticism

Critique
Cross
Cross-division
Cross-education
Crowd
Crustacea
Culture
Coitus
Curiosity
17

Curly haii-

Currency
Current, electric
Curse
Curve
Custom (see Habit)
Cycle
Cyclopcedia
Cynics
Cytology

I)
Danger-signal

Darwinism

Data
Day-dream
Day-dreaming
Dead language
Debate
Debility
Decalogue
Decision
Decretals
Deduce
Deduction
Deductive hedonism
Defect (.Mental;
Definition

Degenerant
Degeneration
Degeneration theory of religion
Degenerative insanity.
Deism
Delegate (parliamentary)
Deliberation
Delirium
18

Delirium of fox possession ^EM^^tE


Delirium of grandeur
Deluge
Delusion
Delusion of poisoning fSt^f^^f,
Dementia Mll
Demiurge aEf^j
Democracy
Demography
Demon
Demonology ?&$L^
Demonstration ff
Demotic association
Demotic society
Denationalisation

Dendrolatry
Denotation (and Connotation)
Dependence
Dependent ^rt1
Depressive delusion
Derivative *
Derivative law

Description
Descriptive anthropology
Descriptive sciences
Descriptive sociology
Descriptive terminology fiilic^J'i'Mna
Desire
Despot
Despotism
Destructive dilemma
Determination
Determinism
Development
Development theory tSffclft
Devil or Satan J^J^I
Devotion
19

Diacritical mark
Diagnosis
Dialect
Dialectics

Dialogic method fjfj $c


Dialogue ftgft
Diathesis

Dichotomy
Dictionary
Dictum i|Sfr|f

Didactics
Difference
Differentiation
Dilemma M7Jifir&
Diluvial man
Dimorphism
Diphthong
Diploma
Diplomacy
Dipsomania
Direct cell-division
Direct vision

Discipline pig
Drscriminatioii ^ii/']

Disinterested
Disinterested action

Disjunctive judgment
Disjunctive syllogism
Disorder of articulation
Disorder of hand-writing
Disparate concept
Disposition
Dissimulation
Distinct
Distribution
Diurnal animal
Divergence of character
20

Divinity school
Division
Division of labour
Dizziness H^ifl
Docetism
Docility ^I^'-'I^:
Doctrinaire 3?t&^
Doctrine %&M
Doctrine of social contract
Dogmatical idealism
Dogmatical realism
Dogmatics
Dolichocephals
Domestication
Double personality
Doubt (see Sceptics)
Doubting mania
Dramatic instinct
Dream (see Daydream)
Drift man
Drum
Dualism
Duration of life

Duty
Dynamics
Dynamic theory of matter

Dynamism

:E

Easter
Echo-symptom
Eclectics
Economic life H$MM%i
Economics ffi.ffi^

Ecstasy
Ectoblast
21

Education $cff
Educational journals
Education of girls
Effect
Efficient cause (see Cause). Wljjffi

Effort, harmonious
Egoism
Egoistic hedonism
Ejective (Psych.)
Elaboration of judgment
Election (Theolog.)
Element, chemical
Element
Elemental philosophy
Elimination (Algeb.)
Elite

Ellipsis (Gram.)
Emanation theory
Embryo
Embryology
Emotion
Emotional expression
Emotionalism
Emphasis
Empirical and rationalistic school
Empirical la-w ^l&fl*
Empirical hedonism 1&M&J&$l&
Empirical philosophy f$l$&lf$
Empirical realism
Empirical self &M&
Empiricism jji&r
Encyclopaedia
End (i.e. object)
End and means
Endemic animal ^L^^lWi'^J
Endogamy W%&&
Endorse
22

Endowment
Energism ffilfi^
Energy ^#j
Energy, conservation of
Enjoyment
Ennui
Entoblast ftiGH
Enumeration
Environment
Envy $f&
Eolite M*fc&^
Eolithic period

Epicheirema (L,ogic)
Epigenesis
Epilepsy
Episcopalian
Episyllogism
Equation
Equality
Equipollent concept ^JM-Hvt
Equivocal terms
Eros
Error
Error of the conceptual processes
Erythrophobia
Eschatology
Essential
Essential character
Ethical hedonism 4&*Stfc^i&
Ethical idealism
Ethical religion
Ethical theories
Ethico-esthetical idealism
Ethics
Ethnical society
Ethnographical characters
Ethnography
23

Ethnological characters
Ethnology AM^
Etymology fg^lfo
Eudsemonism ^Jflflf&Ccf. aretaics)

Eudsemonistic pessimism
Eugenics
Evangelical alliance
Evangelical harmony
Evangel
Event
Evidence
Evil
Evolution
Evolutionism
Evolutionist 5ft^
Evolutionistic hedonism
Evolution theory
Evolution theory of religion
Exact sciences
Example $*J

Excellence M-^T
Exception &\9\-

Exceptive judgment V&9\-ffiWS!R


Excitation
Excitement
Excitement and tranqtiillisation S^l^'^fci^
Excommunication
Executive
Exemplification
Exhaustive division "^^6'J^^*
Existence &%
Exogamy M^$P^
Exotic animal
Expectation
Experience
Experimental Pedagogics $SU$xt!cW^
Experimental psychology
24

Experimental sociology
Explanation j$|
Explanatory sciences
Explosive sound Qfcffi'ii

Expression 4&Hi
Extension (and Intension) ^t-JiE ftiH
Extensionism mH^P
Extinction (of race)
Extra-syllogistic reasoning
Extraterritoriality

F
Facial angle
Fac-simile 5^'&j, M1^
Fact Hf^
Factor MS
Factory law
Faculty
Faculty psychology
Faith fg
Faith philosophy
Fact social
Fallacy
Fallacy in the matter
Fallacy of accident
Fallacy of ambiguous middle
Fallacy of composition
/
tH1;jll0|
Fallacy of denying the antecedent,
of affirming the consequent

Fallacy of imagination
Fallacy of many question
Fallacy of metaphor
Fallacy of the consequent
Fallacy of the false cause }ffM?M"2.f$M
Falsehood
Family
Family of language
^
!&(

g$i
25

Fancy
Fantastic
Fatalism filifitife

Fate
Father-right
Fear
Fechner's fundamental formula
Feeling (Emotion)
Feeling of content
Feeling of effort
Feeling of familiarity
Feeling of form
Feeling tone
Fellow feeling HOfltldt
Fetich n,^
Fetichism 5N&#
Feudalism J^Hi^JIJc
Field of consciousness jiUlfl (or
Field of regard
Field of vision ^SB9
Field touch
Figure ( of syllogism)

Final
Final cause (see Cause)
Finality
Final sound
Fire worship
Fishes &fg
Fitness
Five senses
Flat-worms
Flexion ffijl,

Fluctuation
Folk psychology
Food it3^/
Food and drink
Forbearance
Force, centrifugal
26

Force, centripetal
Forgetfulness
Form
Formal cause
Formal fallacy
Formal idealism
Formalism
Formal law
Formal Tightness
Formal impulse
Form of government
Forms of intuition
Formula
Fraud
Freedom
Freedom of the will

Freedom of religion
Fricative

Friendship
Frontal lobe
Frugality
mm
Frugivorous animal

Function
(
(Mathem.)
Functional psychology
Fund
Funds, public
Fundamental color
Fundamental philosophy
Fundamental tone
Funeral rites .

Furrow
Fusion

G
Gastrula stage
Genealogy (of words)
27

General concept -~%%$H&


General good
Generalization
General law
General psychology
General will &&&
Generic $&%
Genetic 1^#J
Genetic aggregation
Genetical definition
Genetical psychology
Genius
Gentile Christians M^tf $C^
Genus |
Geotropism
Germ
Germ-layer
Germplasm JUSf
Gesture
Gesture language
Ghost
God
Golden Age
Golden rule iK^fe^'
Golden section Hj^f
Good
Gospel
Government (see Stuart)
Grace
Gradation
Graduate
Grammar
Grammatical category
Graphic method
Graphology
Graphospasm
Gratitude
28

Greatest happiness
Greek apologists
Greek church
Greek philosophy tffJMF^
Gregarious instinct
Gregariousness mH
Grief
Ground and consequence
Group
Group marriage
Growth
Gustatory organ
Gustatory .sensation
Gymnastics
Gynecocentrie theory

H
Habeas Corpus
Habit
Habitations on land
Hades
Hair
Hallucination
Hand dynamometer
Happiness
Harmony
Harmony and disharmony p>fU
Harmony of vowels l&jS^fe
Haruspication j$ar h
Hate 1tM
Haughtiness jffc

Heathen 3I
Heathenism l&itfc

Hedonistic paradox
Hedonistic zero
Heliotropism Jj %fc,

Hell
29
Hellenism
Hellenistic
Henism
Henotheism
Herbivorous animal
Jt^Kf^
Hereditary institution tfrilliilJlx
Heredity
Heresy
Hermaphrodite
Hermeneutics tipp<i&
Hero-worship
Heterodoxy
Heterogeneous
Heteronomy
Hibernation
Hierarchy
Hieroglyph
Hieroglyphic
Higher critic

Highest
Highest good
Hinduism
Histology
Historic period
Historism
History
History of civilization
History of concept
History of dogma
History of education
History of pedagogics $fcW^&
History of philosophy
History of religion
Holy Spirit
Homiletics
Homogeneous
Homology
30

Homonym felillllifS
Homonymous terms
Honesty
Honor, dishonor
Hope
Horde
Horopter
Humanism
Humanitarian
Humanity
Human sacrifice

Humility MM
Hybrid i&jfa.
1
;?.., $11$
Hylozoism ^J?ftfe

Hyper-brachycephals JBJK9JS
'

Hyperbulia j ^"H)
Hypermnesia ^llgii

Hyperorexia Jtl&rLjlE
Hypertrophy j^/X^>S
Hypnotism fl80K$5*

Hypobulia S^^cll
1
Hypothecate ffifl

Hypothesis MtftdSS?
ILypothesis of the central fire-

Hypothetical dualism
Hypothetical imperative
Hypothetical judgment
Hypothetical syllogism
Hysterical mania

Idea
Idea, fundamental
Idea, innate
Idea force
Ideal
31

Ideal, beau
Idealisation
Idealism
Ideology
Identical concept
Identical philosophy

Identity
Idiocy
Idiom
Idio-retinal light

Idiosyncrasy
Idleness
Idol ftl*
Idolatry fillf ffc
Illusion f|J|. ^!$ (H)
Illusionism
Illusions of motion and movement
Image
Imagination
Image worship |it?1
Imbecile i&fb
Imbecility
Imitation
Immanence and transcendence
Immanence philosophy
Immanent dualism
Immaterialism
Immediate and mediate
Immediate inference
Immediate reasoning
Immoral and Unmoral
Immortality
Immortality of soul
Immunity
Imperfect figure
Imperial academy
Imperialism
32

Imperial rescript on education


Imprecation
Impression flHIt
Impressionism
Imprudence
Impulse
Inbreeding tt*l
Incarnation |*}ffc
Inclination /

fcl|fJ

Inconsistency
Incorporating language
Incubus (nightmare)
Indefinite
Indefinite judgment
Indefinite term
Indeterminism
Index (numbers)
Indifferent point
Indirect cell-division
Indirect proof
Indirect proof by reducing to an ab-
surdity
Indirect reduction R9!$j3xi
Indirect vision RU^ifi^
Individual ilSA, flSiftrt,

Individual concept WSg^^


Individual difference AH,
Individual psychology
Individualism
Individualistic hedonism
Individuality
Induction
Inductive fallacy
Inductive hazard
Inductive leap
Inductive science
Inductive syllogism
33

Infallibility
Infant
Inference flkJg
Inflection $j||
Influence
Ingratitude Jgijgl

Inhibition
Initial sound
Initiative
Innate ideas
Inperative idea
Inquisition
Insects gag
Insectivorous animal &3&Wjfyj]
Insensibility fKlfeJcJik

Insistent idea 3&&1B


Inspiration
Instance
Instinct #B(P&fE)
Institution W*fa
Instruction, theory of
Intellect
Intellectual intuition
Intellectual ism

Intelligence fl Hu.

Intemperance ^tfii^J
Intension and extension r^Q.^fl^^see connotation
Intensity $Jg
Intention
Interaction
Interactionism
Interest

Interjection RQ ^ gpj

Internal act
Irtternal and external
Internationalism H&Jl^lfci^
International law
34

International morality
International private law m$?A'fe
International public law

Interpretation f$p
Intinctive morality
Intoleration
Introspection
Intuition
Intuitionalism
Intuitionism
Introduction of philosophy
Inventive
Inverse
Invertebrated animals $&^fcW]fy!}
Involuntary action
Iron age
Irradiation
Irrational action

Irritability
Isolated language JUjfc'jm
Isolation

J
Jain ism
Jealousy
Jesus Christ
Jewish Christians
Jewish philosophy ^^^
Joint method of agreement and
difference

Joint sensation
Joy
Judaism
Judge {Jl])

J udgmen t

Junctional association
35

Jurisdiction
Jurisprudence &W*&
Justice
Juvenile delinquency
Juxta-position

K
Katabolic ^fc
Kathenotheism
Kinaesthetic sensation MlfjMK'fl

Kingdom
Knowledge
Knowledge acquired by reasoning
Knowledge, direct
Knowledge, intuitive

Labialization
Lake dwelling
Laity
Lamaism
Land
Language
Latent period
Latent time
Latin apologists
Law
Law of causality

Law of disjunction

Law of nature ^ (fe)


Law of mental growth
Law of thought
Law of three stages
Least duration
36

Legality
Legal person
Legal religion
Legal right jg^ij
Lemma (Math.)
Liberalism

Liberality
Libertarianism
Liberty of religion
Lie
Life
Life and death

Life-view

Light of nature
Liquid (sound)
Line of direction
Line of regard
Line of sensation
Line of sight
Line of vision #!!&
Literature ~$C^
fi-

Litholatry
Littoral animal
i&R-WlWQ
Liquids
Loanword
Localization
Local sign
Lockout m^ma.
Logarithm
Lord of hosts

Lord's prayer
Lord's supper
Love
Love, hate <gL fit
Lowest species
37

M
Macrocpstn
Magic !iSi$J

Magnetism
Major concept
Major term
Malevolence
Malformation
Mammals
Man A,
Mania
Maniaco-depressive psychosis
Mark
Marriage
Massage &$, JH^^
Masses AR,
Materia Medica
Material
Material cause ^^4
Material fallacy
Material idealism
Materialism Igfelfr (If 4&*3I)
Material law
Material Tightness
Mathematical induction
Mathematics
Matter
Matter and form
Mean
Meaning, signification
Measurement
Measurement of visual area

Mechanical J$$UKl
Mechanical sense *$Wj!$l3
Mechanical, teleological $Hft6'j-
Mechanism tifefilfc
38

Mediaeval philosophy
Mediate inference
Mediate reasoning
Mediator
Melancholia
Melancholia of involution
Melancholic
Melanism
Meliorism
Memory
Mental chemistry
Mental deafness
Mental development
Mental disease
Mental science or philosophy
Merit and demerit.
Mesocephals
Metabolism
Metagenesis, progressive alternation )

of generation f

Metamorphosis
Metaphysics
Metazoon
Metempsychosis
Methodic
Methodical
Method of agreement
Method of concomitant variations
Method of difference

Method of ethics

Method of expression

Method of impression

Method of residuals

Methodology
Metronome
Metronymic ( =matronymic)
Microbe
Microcephalous
Microcosm
Middle concept
Middle term
Mid-brain
Migrant
Migration
Militarism
Millennium
Mimicry
Mind
Mind and body
Mind blindness
Mind-dust theory
Mind-stuff theory
Minor concept
Miracle
Mirror writing
Mixed language Mffittn
Mnemonics
Mob
Modality
Mode
Modern philosophy
Modernism
Molecule
Mollusca
Monadism
Monadology
Monarchist
Monastery
Monism
Monism of consciousness

Monistic pluralism
Monk
Monogamy '3z,~

Monopoly
40

Monosyllabic language IP-W^pIn'


Monotheism
Mood
Morality and economy 3H$i$lf'$l
Moral argument ?m#jff PB
Moral consciousness
Moral culture
Moral faculty
Moral feeling
Moral ideas
Moral insanity
Moralism Ci>i

Morality it^i^
Moral judgment
Moral law itS&
Moral philosophy
Moral progress
Moral proof
Moral science
Moral sense
Moral statistics

Morbid affectivity

Morphology fflg^'i^, ^fi^


Mosaic theory of vision
Most general genus
Motion jiLW]
Motive (see Object)
Motoraphasia
Motor nerve W)H$%&
Motor type M !fj ^'1

Movement j&Wl
Multiplicity
Muscle reading
Muscular sensation
Musical tone
Mutation
Mutation theory W^Vyft
41

Mutism
Myopy
Myriapods
Mystery
Mysticism
Myth
Mythical theory
Mythology

Naive
Naive realism
Name or term

Nasalizing
Nasal sound
Nation
National spirit
National church
Nationalism
Nationality
National monotheism
National morality
National policy
National religion
National law 19'^
Native
Nativism
Nature
Nature, moral
Natural classification
Natural division
Natural dualism
Natural history
Naturalistic positivism
Naturalism
Natural law
42

Natural morality
Natural realism
Natural selection
Natural theology
Nature beauty
Nature nlyths
Nature science
Nature society
Nature religion
Nature sound
Nature, state of
Nature worship
Naturism
Near point and far point

Nebular hypothesis JLHI&


Necessitarianism
Necessity and contingency
Necrolatry
Negation
Negative aerotropism
Negative chemotropism
Negative concept
Negative geota'xis
Negative heliotaxis
Negative judgment
Negative phototaxis
Negative phototropism
Negativism
Neocriticism
Neo-humanism
Neogrammarian
Neolithic period

Nepotism
Nerve H^M (^) see Stuart.

Nerve conduction
Nervous centre
Nervous force
43

Nervousness
Nervous system ^IS^
Neurasthenia of exhaustion JMtefN^flli
Neutral
Neutral color
Neurology
Neurone
New-born child
New England idealism
New psychology
New sceptics
Next higher genus ifiollifi
Nihilism
Nihilists

Nightmare
Nocturnal animal
Noise
Nomads
Nomenclature
Nominal definition
Nominalist
Nomistic religion
Non-connotation
Non -relative concept
Non-ruminants
Non-social
Normal stimulus
Normative science
Nosophobia
Notochord
Not-self
Noumenon
Noun
Noun, abstract
Noun, proper
Number ^(
44

Nun
Nursery tale

Oath
Obedience
Object blindness
Objective (see subjective) ^rJH&tf
Objective critique
Objective idealism
Objective self
Obligation Sl^f, i^f
Obscurantism
Obscure
Observance
Observation fifi^ (jit)
Obsolete word
Occasional cause
Occasionalism
Occipital lobe
Occultism
Oculo-motor nerves
Oecology
Offering
Old psychology
Olfactometer
Olfactory sensation
Omnivorous animal
One
Onomatopoeia
Onomatopsia
Ontological proof
Ontologism
Ontology
Opinion
Opponents of the elemental philosophy
Opposition
45

Oppositive dilemma
Optical illusion ^jjijj

Optic nerve j^jjjty $


Optimism and pessimism
Oracle
Order
Organ
Organic sensation
Organic sympathy
Organism
Organization j$$l], ^.^
Organization of kinship ffiM
Organ of smell B
&1lf
Organ of speech

Orientation
Originality
Original language
Original sin J&jfe
Original state
Ornamental character ^tfc&^J^^I
Orthodox}'
Orthoepy
Orthography
Oviparous animal
Ownership

Pagan
Paganism
Pain
Pain economy
Pain sensation
Pain spots
Palaeobotany
Palaeolithic

Palaeontology
Paleeozoology '-feUf Jj^^i
46

Palatalization

Palmistry lBf$fi
Panpneumatism ftlftlir
Pan psych ism
Pantheism
Pantheon
Paradise *^IU
Paradox
Parallelism
Paramnesia
Paranoia
Paraphasia $&$&.&
Parasitism
Parthenogenesis
Particular judgment
Partition ljf$

Part of speech ^p|^J


Passion $;>ff
Passion week ^Ki.
Passover
Pastoral theology

Pathological character
Pathological intoxication
Patience
Patriarch and matriarch
Patriachate
Patriotism
Patristic
Patristic philosophy

Patronymic
Pedagogical pathology
Pedagogical psychology
Pedagogical society
Pedagogics
Pelagic animal
People
Perceive D
47

Perception
Perception of time
Perceptive judgment
Perfect figure
Perfection
Perfectionism
Perimeter JSJH1.
Peripatetics
Persecutive idea
Person
Personal adornments
Personal equation
Personal idealism
Personalism
Personality
Personality of God
Personification A$Hfc,
Perspective
Phallicism

Phantasy
Phenomenalism
Phenomenology Jg,^^
Phenomenon Jg,|&
Philanthropism
Philanthropy
Philosophical instruction
Philosophy
Philosophy of education
Philosophy of history
Philosophy of nature
Philosophy of the unconscious
Phlegmatic
Phobia
Phonetic alphabet
Phonetics Hg^. ^IW
Phosphorescence
Phototaxis
48

Phototropism
Phrenology
Phylogeny
Physical anthropology
Physical persecutive delusion
Physicism tyftMM
Physiognomy
Physiological aesthetics
Physiological psychology
Physiological selection
Physiological unit
Physiology
Pietism Wt&jfc
Piety fiJt
Pile dwelling
Pineal gland
pitch mf
Pit dwelling
Placenta
Plankton
Plantigrade animal
Play
Play impulse
Pleasantness, unpleasantness
Pleasure
Pleasure, displeasure
Pleasure economy fip$=
! ;
i :'$f

Plenum
Plethysmograph
Pluralism
Plurality of causes
Pneumograph
Point of regard

Policy 1&B&
Polished stone implement
Political economy
Political science
49

Polyandry
Polydremonism
Polemic 'Ftfr

Polygamy
Polylemma
Polymorphism
Polysynthetic language-
Polytheism
Polytomy
Polyphagia
Polyzoism
Pontifical states
Poor relief

Population class
Positive, negative
Positive aerotaxis
Positive serotropism
Positive chemotaxis
Positive chemotropism
Positive concept
Positive geotaxis
Positive geotropism
Positive heliotropism
Positive law
Positive phototaxis
Positive phototropism
Positivism
Positivists

Possibility, impossibility
Postulate

Potency
Poverty
Power, intellectual
Powers, intuitive
Prabhasamantra
Practical ethics
Practical reason
50

Practical self
Practical sociology
Practice $3
Pra >' er mm
Precedent
Precocity
Precocious dementia
Precognition ^^
Predestination
Predicables (logic)
Predicate
Predisposition ^sft
Pre-established harmony
Pre-existence
Prehistoric anthropology
Prehistoric period
Prejudice
'

Premiss
fj^
Prerogative
Presbyter
Presbyterian
Presbyterian system
Presentation *<&
^V
->X

Presentationism ^^%
X^rC n/u
Presentative faculties
Pressure point
Pressure sensation
Presumption
Presumptive evidence
Presupposition ^/g
Priest
1(j2j

Primary and secondary finalities ff


-

Primary colors Jg&


Primary position [ft^r
Primitive folk
Primitive man
Primitive monotheism
51

Primitive realism
Primitive revelation
Primitive society
Primitive vowels
Principle
Principle of causality
Principle of disjunction
Principle of economy
Principle of individuation
Principle of recapitulation ^JfJ^?i
Principle of sufficient reason
Private virtue
Privative concept
Privilege
Probabilism
Probability
Probation
Problem
Problematic idealism
Process
Procrastinate
Profession
Projection
Promiscuity
Proof
Proof by exclusion
M
W.&i
Property 43H3:> fltJ*

Prophet
Proportion (Math.)
Proposition ^"SH^^t, P^H) see Stuart

Prosyllogism
Protective resemblance
Protohistoric time

Protoplasm
Protozoa
Proverbs of Solomon
Providence
52

Proximate
Prudence
Psalm
Pseudo-catalepsy
Pseudo-paralysis
Pseudo-social

Psychalgy
Psychiatry
Psychical element
Psychism
Psychological aesthetics
Psychological hedonism
Psychological laboratory
Psychological laws of development
Psychological sociology
Psychologism
Psychologist's fallacy
Psychologj"
Psychology of religion
Psychometry
Psychomotor inhibition ffiffij&Wl Wl
Psychophysics $tfl"WI
Psychophysics methods
Psychosis of exhaustion
Psychosis of involution
Psychosis
Psjrchotherapeutics
Psychotherapy
Puberty
Public feeling
Public law
Public opinion
Public virtue

Pugnacity
Pull sensation

Punctuation
Punishment
53

Pure conversion
Pure race
Pure self

Purgatory $ifc
1

Purification i^ff
Puritan ?PWM
Purpose
Putrid
Pyaemia HH^JjE
Pyramid
Pvromania

Q
Qualitative hedonism
Qualitative psychology
Quality 3H
Quality, essential $48 (Budd.)
Quality, external fe^B (Budd.)
Quantification of predicate
Quantitative hedonism
Quantitative psychology
Quantity
Quarternary man
Question
Questionnaire-methode
Question of poor
Quibble
Quiddity
Quietism

R
I

Race A f'l!

Race prejudice
Race struggle
Radial symmetry
Radicalism
Range. of sensation i*S$C
54

Ratio
Rational
Rationalism
Rationalistic idealism
Rationalistic school

Rationality
Rational psychology
Rational self-love
Rational theology
Reaction (Chem.)
Reaction experiment
Reaction time
Real definition
Real estate sfiWjfifc

Real idealism ffff.W-i&


Realism fffcafr,
Realism and nominalism
Reality
Realization
Reason
Reasoning
Reasoning, abstract
Reasoning, a posteriori
Reasoning, deductive
Reasoning, inductive
Reasoning by analogy
Reasoning in a circle

Recessive character
Receptivity
Reciprocity
Recognition KT
Recognition mark
Roco'.lection
Reconciliation
Recovery
Recurrent vision
Reduction
55

Reduplication Jl^i
Reflection (thinking)
Reflex action
Reflex sound
Reformation, The
Reformed church
Regeneration
Regularity-
Regulation
Regulative rule
Reigning power
Relation (Gram.)
Relative concept
Relative motion JtfJSfr
Relative self

Relativity
Relic worship

Religion
Religion, universal
Religion and education
Religion of dualism
Religion of humanity
Religious ethics
Religious consciousness
Remembrance
Remorse

Renaissance

Repetition
Representative
Reproduction
Reproductive instinct
Reptiles
Republic
Resolution
Resonance-hypothesis
Resonator
56

Respect
Responsibility
Restraint
Restriction
Retention
Retinal binocular
Retinal rivalry

Retrospection
Revealed religion
Revelation
Reversion
Rhythm f)^
Right, moral
Rights, to enjoy equal
Rights, inherent
Rights, patent
Rights, popular
Right and wrong
Rigorism
Rite
Rivalry
Root (Etym.)
Rotifer mm
Round worms
Rudimentary organ (vestigial)
Rule
Rules of euphonic combination
Rules of syllogism
Ruminants

s
Sacred Books
Sacred object
Sacred places
Sacrifice

Saints
57

Salvation
Salvation army
Sanction i$J$t

Sanguine
Satisfaction
Saturation 'ffSftl) 2^
Satyriasis
Savagery
Saviour
Sceptic
Sceptics
Scepticism tHHKifr
Scheme
School
Science
Science of language Hfo^
Science of law ?^f
Science of religion ^$C^
Scientific hedonism
Scientific realism
Scotch philosophy
Scribe
Seasonal change
Secret society
Sect
Seeming
Segment
Segmentation of egg
Segmented worms
Selection, natural
Selection theory
Selective act
Self
Self -activity
Self-caused
Self-conceit
Self-conscious
58

Self-con tradictory
Self-contradictory term'
Self-control ^S, @flj
Self-denial JolS
Self-esteem @H
Self-existent
Self-evident truth
Selfishness fic$&
Self-love

Self-preservation
Self-realisation

Self-respect
Self-sacrifice
Self-satisfaction

Semblance fMt
Semi-circular canal H-p^^aT
Semi -logical fallacy
Semi -vowel
Sensation
Sensationalism
Sensation of cold
Sensation of effort
Sensation of hearing
Sensation of heat
Sensation of hunger
Sensation of in nervation
Sensation of light
Sensation of movement
Sensation of resistance
Sensatioti of roughness and smoothness /Hl^^fcJc'fi
Sensation of smell H&'fS
Sense, common Ti'iSSl)

Sense-discrimination
Sense-illusion
Sense-impression
Sensibility
Sensori-motor
59

Sensorium
Sensory aphasia
Sensory nerves
Sensory type
Sensuality
Sentence
Sentiment
Sentimentalism
Separable accident
Septuagint
Serum Sg (ming) ,

Service
Sex
Sex, female
Sex, separate
Sexual character
Sexual perversion
Sexual selection
Shame
Shell mound >^jg
Side window experiment p<fffilJ*fOiX){

Signification ^M, 1
Sign of degeneration Hfli^
Similarity ^f#
Simple concept HMjtfc^
Simple conversion 3M$jf
Simple tone
Simulation
Simultaneous association JpJlf$$fi
/
cj*

Sin H
Sincerity
Single vision
Singular concept fl8HSiE& ) W8&&
Singularism I^TCii^
Singular judgment' $!MWWt
Slave ftm.
Sleep
60

Sleep-walking
Social adaptation
Social anatomy
Social animal
Social assimilation
Social bond
Social causality
Social choice
Social class
Social conflict
Social consensus
Social consciousness
Social construction
Social control

Social democracy
Social differentiation ft|?$J^Mfc
Social dissipation
Social dynamics
Social economics
Social environment
Social estimation
Social ethics
Social evolution

Social factors
Social feeling

Social function
Social geography
Social group
Social heredity
Social instinct
Socialism

Sociality
Socialization
Social life

Social logic
Social mechanics
61
Social morphology fifcHT^ftl^
Social organ
Social organism
Social organization
Social phenomena
Social philosophy
Social physics
Social physiology
Social politics
Social problem tft^li
Social process
Social products
Social progress
Social psychology
Social reform
Social religion
Social retrogress
Social sanction JJih^^J^t
Social science

Social selectioti and suppression


Social self
Social solidarity
Social statics

Social suggestion
Social survival

Social toleration
Social tradition
Social type
Social unit

Social will

Society
Society for psychical research
Sociological ethics
Sociology
Socratic method ^fnnj
soliloquy nm
Solipsism
62

Solitary animal 3ili!W


Somatological character
Somnambulism
Sonant
Son of man
Sonometer
Sophism -$%%
Sophists
Sorites
Sorrow
Soul
Sound
Sound law ItflfcfcH'J
Sound pendulum ^^~f~
Sound shifting ^%$%&
Space
Space idea
Space perception
Space threshold for touch
Special law
Special morality 4$j&ilg
Species
Speculation
Speculative aesthetics
Speculative philosophy }&%%1ft^
Speech organ fW^lT (*)
Spermatozoon
Sphygmograph
Spider tyMfffi.

Spinal cord
Spinal nerve
Spirit
Spiritism
Spirit of the age
Spiritualism
Spoken language
63

Sponges
Spontaneity and receptivity
Spontaneous generation
Spontaneous movement
Spring form
Standard language
Standard stimulus
Star- worship
State
State socialism
States union
Static sensation
Statistical method
Statistics

Stature
Stem
Stereoscope
Stereotypy
Stimulation
Stimulus
Stimulus threshold
Stone age
Stone implements
Stone worship
Stop-watch
Straight hair
Strain sensation
Strike
Structure
Struggle for existence
Stupor
Stuttering
Style
Subalternation a*
Subcontrary
Subject and object
Subjective
64

Subjective sesthetical idealism


Subjective critique
Subjective idealism
Subjective self
Subjective sensation
Subjectivism and objectivism
Sublime '!i&
Substance
Substantial causality
Substantialism
Substantiality theory
Substitution
Succession and duration $& W$$
Suggestibility
Suggestion
Suicide
Summum bonum
Sunday
Sunday-school
Sun-worship
Su perhu in an A 5U $_h
Supernatural J"8^i*

Supernaturalism
Supernatural positivism
Superordinate and subordinate concept
Super-organism MW$lliu
Superstition
Supposition
Supreme
Surds
Surprise
Survival of the fittest

Suspense of judgment
Syllable ^if]
Syllogism
Symbol
65

Symbolical books fHf^Jfe

Symbolical knowledge fiiH^J^Dli


Symbolic logic
Symbolics
Symbolism
Symmetry
Sympathetic nerve
Sympathy M*fit

Syuaesthesia ^'Jcjl
Synagogue
Syncategorematic @ ffi
Syncretism and eclecticism
Synedrium
Synergism
Synonym
Synopsis m^^^n
Synoptics iftftlJPSW
Syntax
Synthesis
Synthetic definition
Synthetic judgment
Synthetic language
Sj'nthetic philosophy
Synthetic syllogism
System
Systematology

Tabernacle
Tactual sensation ^^
Tactual sense-organ
Talent
Talisman
Taste
Tastes
Tautology
Taxis
66

Technical terms
Teleological
Teleological idealism
Teleological proof
Teleology
Telestereoscope
Temperament M.^
Temperance
Temperature sensation
Temperature spot
Temple
Temporal idea
Temporal lobe iOMM
Temporal sign
Ten commandments
Tendency
Tendon sensation
Tension and relaxation
Teratology
Term
Terminology
Tertiary man
Test types
Tetratomy
Theism
Theocracy
Theodicy
Theological ethics
Theology
Theorem
Theoretical and practical
Theoretical and practical self
Theoretical ethics

Theory
Theory of contract

Theory of errors of observation


67

Theory of evolution

Theory of genealogical tree

Theory of imitation f^fifctft

Theory of knowledge
Theory of probability

Theory of value

Theosophy
Theriolatry 3N&&&
Thesis
Thing
Thing-in-itself
ffife
6fa. ^
Things indifferent

Thinking &3f
Thirst sensation

Thought
Thought transference
Threshold of consciousness
Threshold of discrimination
Tickle sensation
Timbre
Time
Time estimation l^f^^i
Time sense
Time sense apparatus
Tissue
Thought reading
Toleration
Tomb
Tonal line

Tonal scale
Tone
Tone symbolism
Tope J^
Touch-sensation
Touch-weight
Town
68

Tradition
Traditionalism
Traducianism
Transcendent
Transcendent cause
Transcendent evolutionism
Transcendent teleology
Transcendental
Transcendental dualism
Transcendental idealism
Transcendentalism
Transcendental optimism
Transcendental philosophy
Transcendental synthetism
Transference
Transfiguration
Transformation
Transmission of character
Transubstantiation .

Tree- worship
Tribal religion
Tribe
Trichotomy
Trigeminal nerve
Trilemma
Triliteralism
Trinitarian
Trinity
Tropism
Truism
Truth J&Bjf, it
Truth, necessary
Truth, simple
Truth, universal
Truthfulness
Tuning fork
Twin
69

Type
Typical

u
Ubiquity
Ugly
Ultimate good
Ultramontanes MlU^i
Unconscious tUlgHSfc

Unconscious migration
Unconscious selection
Uncooked food-eating
Understanding
Uniformitarianism
Unitarian
Unitarianism
United Brethren in Christ
United States
Unity
Unity in variety

Universal happiness
Universalism
Universalistic hedonism

Universality &j!j
Universal judgment
Universal religion
Universal term

Universe
Unlimited

Unpsychological ethics
Use and disuse
Utensil

Utilitarianism

Utility
70

Y
Vagal dualism Hg'Hfc

Vacuum jfi^
Validity
Variation
Variety *g?iR
Vaso-motor nerves
Vengeance
Vertebrate
Vertigo
Vicious circle
Village
Virtue
Visual angle
Visual apparatus
Visual axis
Visual sensation )IiH^
Visual type
Vitalism
Vitalistico-teleological proof
Viviparous animal
Vocabulary
Voice
Voiceless sound
Void
Volition $t;f;
Voluntarism
Voluntaristic philosophy

Voluntary action
Vortex theory
Vowel

Warm color
Warm spot
'

Warning colors $$7l!cfe


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Water
Weakened conclusion
Weight-sensation li!Jl:!$'f
Welfare Hit
Well-being
Whole and part
Will
Winter-form
Wisdom
Wiseacre
Wit
Womanhood
Woman question
Wonder
Word |g-

Word- formation 5
Word-order
Work
World
World-soul
World-view
Worldliness
Worms
Worship
Worship of saints

Worship of stnpu

Worth
Writer's cramp
Writing
Written law

Zoogeography
Zoolatry
Zoology
Zoomorphism
Zoophobia
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