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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.  
Advaita Vedanta A nondualistic form of Hindu theology, or Vedanta.  
agnosticism The position that neither affirms belief in God (theism) nor denies the existence of God (atheism) but instead suspends judgment.  

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