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theology, 5, 47, 61 theory, 26, 32, 53, 99

value, 7, 53-54, 57-58, 60, 65-66, 71,73-76, 86-87, 106, 115, 129 Varieties ofReligious Experience (James), 3, 22 velocity, 56 verification, 36-38 Verne, Jules, 92 Versailles, 76 virtue, 90 water, 55, 71,87, 96 wealth, 37, 79 Werkmeister, W. H., 121-122; Works: An Introduction to Critical Thinking, I22n. whole, 8-10, 16-18 will, 12, 109 will to power, 89 Williams, Gardner, 70-71; Works: Humanistic Ethics, 70 wisdom, 36 words, 11,63. 118 work, 68-69, 80 world, 10 world government, 82 World War 1,76

thought, 28, 32, 70, 95, 104, 109 time, 6, 26, 34, 56-57, 96. 98 tools, 117 Topics (Aristotle), 120 totalitarianism, 59, 80, 82-83, 90 Totally Other. 10 transcendence, 9 transcendental unity of apperception, 19 transcendentalism, 78 transportation, 75, 79, 92 transubstantiation, 29 truth, 20, 25, 27-28, 30, 35-41,57, 62,64,70-72, 79, 87,91,93, 129 United Nations, 82 universal, 123 universe, 10, 24, 28, 33, 39-41,43, 46 University of Chicago, 51 University of Michigan, 51 University of Minnesota, 51 University of Pennsylvania, 125 University of Vermont, 51 utilitarianism, 92

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