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A state of affairs which need not occur; a state of affairs which may or may not occur.
The logical relation which holds between two statements or propositions which cannot both be true and cannot both be false in that the truth of either involves the falsity of the other.
The logical relation which holds between two statements or propositions if they cannot both be true buy may both be false.
A theory concerning the creation of the universe.
An argument which purports to prove the existence of God by maintaining that there must have been a first cause which initiated the causal sequence of contingent things.
The philosophic study of basic causes and processes in the universe; an inquiry into the structure of the universe.
The theory that most existing things do not depend for their existence upon being perceived or conceived in mind; the theory that knowledge of independently existing things is possible even when the ideas by which things are known differ in existence and in character from the things known.
The given element. Or, whatever is presented as the content of consciousness.
The mode of reasoning which involves passing from one or more propositions to other propositions logically implied by the former.
A word to be defined.
The process of explaining the meaning of a term. Or, the expression used to explain the meaning of a term; the statement of the equivalence in meaning of a definiendum and definiens.
An expression used to define a word.
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