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|a posteriori, a priori
|Terms used to describe the logical status of propositions and arguments with respect to their dependence upon, or independence from, sense experience.
|Abelard, Peter (1079-1142)
|French Scholastic philosopher and theologian who made important contributions to logic and philosophy of language, and offered notable explications of such Christian doctrines as the Trinity and the atonement.
|action (divine and human)
|A special type of event originated by persons understood as "agents," that is, conscious beings with intentions.
|A nondualistic form of Hindu theology, or Vedanta.
|The position that neither affirms belief in God (theism) nor denies the existence of God (atheism) but instead suspends judgment.
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