George Berkeley's philosophy of subjective idealism, which holds that material objects have no independent being but exist only as concepts in God's mind and as perceptions of those concepts in other minds.
The philosophy of Kant, who held that the content of knowledge comes a posteriori from sense perception, but that its form is determined by a priori categories of the mind: he also declared that God, freedom, and immortality, although they cannot be proved or disproved, are necessary postulates of a rational morality
A school of philosophy developed by Plotinus, based on a modified Platonism, and postulating a single source from which all forms of existence emanate and with which the soul seeks mystical union
Worship of a god or gods that are foreign to one's own land.
(Philosophy, uncountable) The doctrine that all matter has a mental aspect. (Many panpsychists employ the qualification that only “true individuals" are animated; that is, that things like atoms, molecules, and organisms are animated as atoms, molecules, and organisms, whereas things like rocks, tables, and boots are not animated as themselves, although they do comprise animate elements.)
(Philosophy) Any of various theories of subjective idealism regarding personality as the key to the interpretation of reality.
Solipsism is the theory that only the self is real and that the self cannot be aware of anything else except itself.
(Ethics) The doctrine that values and moral principles come from attitudes, convention, whim, or preference.
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