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English Philosophy Translation Glossary

English term English translation
‘enforcing’ setting in motion
Entered by: Yvonne Gallagher
"golden mountain" an idea (not experienced), formed by combining memories of separate impressions
Entered by: Charles Davis
"Shoot oneself in the foot" to damage one's own chances of success
are to you just what you think they are things are exactly what/as you believe them to be (It's up to you.)
Are we the creation of time? Are we created by time or are we the ones naming/demarcating time?
Entered by: Yvonne Gallagher
by awaiting them by anticipating them (and, perhaps, forestalling or evading them?)
Entered by: Charles Davis
connection a feeling of being connected/in tune with your surroundings/life
Entered by: Yvonne Gallagher
could have done better **by** us could have treated us better
counterfactuals conditional propositions of the form \"If cause A were not true, effect C would not be true\".
Entered by: Danila Moro
Human Being and 'his' or 'its' nature, behaviour, etc... human(s) and their nature .../humanity and its nature ...
Entered by: B D Finch
in the way of belief in terms of belief
in whose person the people who embody impiety; impious people
Entered by: Yvonne Gallagher
logic-chopping bandying words, taking logical arguments to ridiculous extremes
metaphysical above the mere appearance of the physical
moral / ethical In most contexts, people use these terms fairly interchangeably
Q Uzzi-Spiro small world quotient
rules for complex title/subtitle The White Rabbit Returns
Second Job second usage (or second role/function/task)
Entered by: B D Finch
the rule of fixed necessity natural causal determinism (without randomness or divine intervention)
Entered by: Charles Davis
vanity and conceit as described by Nietzsche in translation
Writing is named by the involuntary sound in the throat caused by the bodily effort required to do it. I would say writing is the graphic representation (both written/paper and the act of writing)
\'relation between\' or \'relationship between\' either

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