Proofs Glossary

Concepts used in understanding the basic arguments

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Definitions: 1) the quality or state of being a person; 2) the totality of an individual's unique behavioral, emotional, and social characteristics and distinctive traits; 3) that which is identified with mind, soul, and spirit held together in functional relationship by life in a material body; 4) that which causes the creative mind to strive for the mastery of matter and energy; 5) that which unifies energy systems; 6) is aware of its own and others personal existence as well as the relationships thereof


Etymology: Latin: an honest test

Definitions: 1) the cognition of evidence that compels acceptance by the mind of a truth or a fact; 2) the process of establishing the validity of a statement especially by derivation from other other statements (see 'a priori') in accordance with principles of reasoning; 3) something that induces certainty or establishes legitimacy; 4) the quality or state of having been tested and tried; 5) evidence operating to determine a finding or judgement, especially against an established standard of comparison; 6) experience