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a posteriori

a priori

category

concept

deduction

determinism

dualism

empiricism – the view that knowledge of anything that actually exists must be derived from experience.

epistemology

essence

ethics

exisitentialism

idealism

induction

logic

materialism

metaphysics

monism

necessary

noumenon

ontology

phenomenon

rationalism – the view that we can gain knowledge of the world through the use of reason, without relying on sense-perception. The opposite view is known as empiricism.

solipsism

sophist

thing-in-itself

transcendental

universal

world


abduction

form

free will

nominalism

particular

phenomenology

prototype

realism

relativity

token

type