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A Priori - Knowledge obtained independently of experience.
Abortion - The applied ethical issue of abortion involves a consideration of the reasons for or against terminating the life of a fetus.
Academy - Description of the philosophical institution founded by Plato, which advocated skepticism in succeeding generations.
Active Powers - The capacities of impulse and desire which lead to or determine human action, as described by 18th and 19th century Scottish common sense philosophy.
Aenesidemus - Biography of the 1st century philosopher who defended the ten tropes of skepticism.
Affection - In the history of ethics, the term referred to a subset of emotions less violent and less sensuous than "passions".
Anarchism - The doctrine of political philosophy suggesting that every form of government is harmful, and that the individual should be absolutely free in his actions.
Anaxagoras - Greek philosopher born about 500 BCE, responsible for giving philosophy a home at Athens and the first philosopher to introduce a spiritual principle which gives matter life and form.
Anaxarchus - 4th century BCE philosopher of Abdera, from the school of Democritus.
Anaximander - Greek philosopher of Miletus, born 611 BCE who thought it unnecessary to fix upon air, water, or fire as the original and primary form of body.
Anaximenes - 5th century BCE Greek philosopher of Miletus who regarded 'air' as the primary form of body.
Animal Rights - The applied ethical issue of animal rights involves the consideration of moral status of non-human animals.
Anselm - 11th century English prelate who developed views of atonement and satisfaction which are still held by orthodox theologians.
Antisthenes - Athenian philosopher and founder of the Cynic sect who was born around 440 BCE.
Applied Ethics - The branch of ethics concerned with analysis of contemporary moral issues such as abortion, animal rights, and euthanasia.
Apprehension - The intellectual process by which a relatively simple object is understood.
Aquinas, Thomas - The life and work of the major figure in scholastic philosophy.
Aristippus - Description of the life and teachings of the philosopher Aristippus, founder of the Cyrenaic school of philosophy.
Aristotle - The life and work of the 4th century BCE Greek philosopher.
Artificial Intelligence - Describing the view that human cognitive mental states can be duplicated in computers.

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