The following dictionary entries are tagged philosophy:
alítoneka, n. Protest (event).
apodra, n. Disobedience or lack of faith in leadership; faith in libertarianism.
berregé, v. To guide someone (to a desired conclusion) with malicious intent; to manipulate a person.
Darika, n. Sarthían belief system supposing that the Stillai compose Ossidha by crafting midhai, not by directly manipulating Etharine; so-named for the threads (darei) that connect a thela to a Stilla's true self in Lerossa.
direbé, v. To give a qualitative portrayal or sense of something.
egúnikúé, v. To make sense of something incoherent or confusing.
eponekiko, n. Pedagogy, or the praxis of child-rearing philosophy.
eponekudzha, n. Philosophy and science of childhood development and education.
étavine, n. Hypothetical sequence of events proposed as an explanation or plan, or the means through which divine forces indirectly shape the world.
Etharine, n. Web of interlinked causal chains.
Feplemika, n. Psychology based on the assumption that Sarthían theology reflects universal truths about the mind.
flokina, n. Riot or violent protest.
itreza, n. Person who believes in Feplemika or Noplemika; an agnostic or atheist.
Kelossa, n. The physical (wider) world, as distinct from the spiritual world or introspection.
Khabla, n. Fog separating the Lilitai from perceiving divine beings as the Ksreskézai did; key facet of Venika.
koizildra, n. Political ideology.
Lerossa, n. The spiritual world, as distinct from the physical world.
lidra, n. Yearning for cooperation; faith in collectivism or communism.
litrakoizildra, n. Collectivism; communism.
mídhu, n. The story of a person's individual fate, especially as it results from the actions of divinity.
mídzúneite, n. Synthesis; the combination of a key proposition and its contradiction yielding a conclusion.
míldra, n. Obedience or faith in leadership; faith in authoritarianism.
mítrakoizildra, n. Authoritarianism.
Noplemika, n. Psychology based on the assumption that Sarthían theology reflects truths about the minds of Sarthíans only.
Ossidha, n. The narrative of history, especially as it results from the actions of divinity.
Sanossa, n. The physical world, as distinct from the spiritual world.
soidra, n. Optimism; faith in progressivism.
soiwalena, n. Progressive revolution or coup.
surkoizildra, n. Progressivism.
thedra, n. Yearning for independence; faith in individualism or anarchism.
thela, n. Divine spirit believed by followers of Darika to reside in the souls of individuals, corresponding to a Stilla.
thelkoizildra, n. Individualism; anarchism.
thelstillida, n. Follower of Darika; sometimes used as a synonym for vanshúa.
tsheldra, n. Pessimism; faith in conservatism.
tshelkoizildra, n. Conservatism.
tshelwalena, n. Reactionary revolution or coup.
Venika, n. Esoteric belief system that rejects Sarthía's anthropomorphicization of the Stillai; see Theology.
Venossa, n. The physical world, as distinct from the spiritual world.
yúlekhu, n. Shade or quantum of distinction.
zalíbipse, n. Antithesis; the contradiction or challenging of a presented concept.
zellegé, v. To guide someone (to a desired conclusion) with a positive outcome.
zemneite, n. Thesis; the statement of a key proposition.
Zetosa, n. Esoteric name for Lerossa as used by followers of Venika.
Zízellika, n. The path of devotion to Orthodox Sarthíanism.