The Ennoia is the concept of my philosophy of Metaphysics, Logic and Ethics, and these are the concepts and definitions that are represented, by Greek and Latín derivative words. (The 'ch' is pronounced like a 'k' and the 'sch' like a 'sk' with the unfamiliar Greek words.) Ennoiacs is the fundamental teaching of my philosophy.
-the composition of the universe.
-the nature of the universe.
-the space in the universe.
-the time of the universe.
-the eternity of the universe.
-the motion of the universe.
-the energy of the universe.
-the gravity of the universe.
-the particles of the universe.
-the spectrum of the universe.
-the force of the universe.
-The actions of the universe.
-the activity of the universe.
-the sounds of the universe.
-the lights of the universe.
-the origin of the universe.
-the process of the universe.
-the order of the universe.
-the centre of the universe.
-the evolving state of the universe.
-the change of the universe.
-the dimensions of the universe.
-the constellations of the universe.
-the dispersion of matter in the universe.
-the stars in the universe.
-the planets of the universe.
-the moons of the universe.
-the suns of the universe.
-the Creator of the universe.
-the creation of the universe.
-the foundation of the universe.
-the infinity of the universe.
-the hierarchy of the universe.
-the zenith of the universe.
-the depth of the universe.
-the boundary of the universe.
-the entirety of the universe.
-the essence of the universe.
-the four elements of the Earth, Water, Air and Fire.
-the solar system.
-the Milky Way.
-the waves of light.
-the waves of energy.
-the essence of living beings.
-the universality of living beings.
The Pancosma Alitheia.
-a universal truth that corresponds to reality and if universal, it means always and everywhere. Thus, a universal truth is a clear statement which corresponds to reality regardless of time and space. (Example: the number ten is greater than five-not exactly profound, but always true.)
-the ignorance of the universal truth.
-the study that deals specifically with the origin of the universe.
-the branch of metaphysics that deals with the world as the totality of all phenomena in space and time.
-the intelligible universe of forms and intellectual matter. (Example: The composition of matter and form of our world that is seen, through the perception of the innate ability of our intellect.)
-the circle of universal life. (Example: Every existential being of the universe.)
-the variable form of matter.
-the invariable form of matter.
-the particular form of matter.
-the undetermined matter.
-the rotation of the Earth.
-the parallel motion of something universal.
The On (Eonta) pl
-an existential being of the universe.
-the people of the planet Earth.
-the human being.
-the nobility of people.
-the daily life.
-the lore of the human beings.
-the practical world.
-the darkness of the world.
-the known inhabited areas of the world.
The Consimilis Orbis
-the parallel world.
-the acceleration of time.
-the duration of time.
-consisting of a thousand things or a thousand years.
-the oneness of something. (Example: The being and unity are one and the same thing in that they are implied in each other. Thus, something can be existential and still pertain to the oneness of that something.)
-the otherness of something. (Example: The being and difference are not the same thing that they are implied to each other. Thus, the something cannot be existential and still pertain to the oneness of that something.)
-the magnitude of something. (Example: The universe is of an absolute or relative size.)
The Adiareton Megethos
-the indivisible magnitude of something. (Example: The world is the same, although it is only perceived as that by us).
-the state of being all in existence. (Example: The universe is entirely existential in its form and matter.)
-the state of being all in presence. (Example: The entire beings of the universe are present.)
-the non divinity of the universe.
-the cosmic energy of the universe.
-the matter of the universe.
-the forms of existence.
-the matter of something that is existential.
-the form of a matter that is existential or the first cause of something.
-the second cause of something that is existential.
-the element of something to represent the whole part.
-the manner in which we exist.
-the exactitude of a form or matter.
-the foundation of universal existence.
-the materialism or existence.
The Empsychus (Empsycha) pl
-a thing that have life. (Example: Plants and animals have life).
-the co-existence of something.
-the surreality of existence.
-the state of being universal.
-the past of existence.
-the present of existence.
-the future of existence.
-the chance of existence.
-the arrival of existence.
-the manifestation of existence.
-the sustainability of existence.
-a necessary state of existence.
-the realisation of existence.
-the comparison of existence.
-the understanding of existence.
-the recognition of existence.
-the destiny of human existence.
-the metaphysical search for existence.
The Tylitis Hyparxis
-the oblivion of being.
-the relation between a particular and a Platonic form of existence.
-the thought that all matter has life.
-The origin of a cause of existential things.
-the universal essence of being.
-the physical form of matter.
-the oneself of something. (Example: The ego is representative of our identity.)
-the quality peculiar to oneself. (Example: The intellect is peculiar to our identity).
-a self-existence of something. (Example: The soul is considered self-existing.)
The In Posse State
-the state of potentiality or the Dynamis. (Example: A person has a potential to exist).
The In Esse State
-the state of actuality or the Entelecheia. (Example: A person does not exist.)
-the state of a non existence. In Ethics, it is the state of being a nobody in society.
-the state of a possible existence. In Ethics, it is the state of being a somebody in society.
-the state of complete existence. In Ethics, it is the state of being a whole of society.
-the essential nature of universal being.
-the property of being a unique and individual thing. (Example: Virtue is a property of Ethics that is unique and individual.)
-the belief that we are the only existential beings in the universe.
-the belief that we are not the only existential beings in the universe.
-the belief that the only relevant world is the world we live on the planet Earth.
-the state that belongs to an existential thing than can exist, without existing. (Example: The air is existential to our breathing, but it can exist without our breath.)
-the property that belongs to something. (Example: The air is a property of the Earth).
-the property considered from a thing having a property.
The Posositicos Allagis
-the quantitative change in something.
The Poioticos Allagis
-the qualitative change in something.
The Ousia Allagis
-the substantial change in something.
-the certainty of being.
-the previous state of being.
-the theory that the self is all that exists or that can be proven to exist.
-the state of nothingness.
-the state of entirety.
-the state of darkness.
-the intelligible or object of intellect. (Example: A human being that has a form of intellect can comprehend the nature of the universe with his intellect.)
The Sine Qua
-the essential element or state.
-the universal course of fate as it pertains to the orderly succession of cause and effect. (Example: The Earth will continue its existence, as long as that existence is not interrupted by a natural phenomenon.)
-the conception of a thing that is known. (Example: The Earth belongs to a set of planets in the universe).
-the state of physical death.
-the contemplation of death.
-the individual compound.
-the action that is imposed on us.
-A thing or being, event or process, perceptible through senses; or a fact or occurrence thereof.
-the state that is a result of another state.
-a unit of a given quantifiable phenomenon.
-the chance of a phenomenon.
-the indefinite cause of a phenomenon.
-the theory that all natural phenomena can be explained by physical causes.
-the belief that every physical substance is the sum of its component matter and the form taken by that matter.
-the ancient Greek theory that all matter is composed of very small indestructible and indivisible particles.
-a belief in a Universal Creator knowable through human reason and, not by supernatural phenomena or specific religious doctrines.
-a belief in a Universal Creator.
-a belief in a Universal Creator, who is both pantheistic and deistic.
-a belief that the universe is in some sense divine and should be revered, but denies any transcending of a Universal Creator.
-a belief in no Universal Creator.
-a belief in two deities.
-the conscience or faculty of recognising from immoral and moral.
-a concurrence of multiple inductions drawn from different sources.
The Arsis Nous
-the elevated mind.
-the enlightenment of the mind.
-the creativity of the mind.
-the untamed mind.
-the simplicity of the mind.
-the difficulty of the mind.
-the equilibrium of the mind.
-the unbalance of the mind.
-the perception of the mind.
-the terror of the mind.
-the solution of the mind.
-a deep meditation of the mind or its subjectivity.
-the silence of the mind.
-the dream state of the mind.
-a nightmare of the mind.
-the reasonableness of the mind.
-the greatness of the mind.
-the ordinariness of the mind.
-the sophistication of the mind.
-the thoughtlessness of the mind.
-the possitivity of the mind.
-the negativity of the mind.
-the coherence of the mind.
-the subconsciousness of the mind.
-the might of the mind.
-the change in the mind.
-the dormant state of the mind.
-the awakening of the mind.
-the range of the mind.
-the enquiry of the mind.
-the doubt of the mind.
-the composure of the mind.
-the self-control of the mind.
-the observation of the mind.
-the verification of the mind.
-the utility of the mind.
-the restraint of the mind.
-the reflection of the mind.
-the determination of the mind.
-the interpretation of the mind.
-the calculation of the mind.
-the control of the mind.
-the drifting of the mind
-the desire to know of the mind.
-the soundness of the mind.
-an artificial intelligence.
-the common sense.
-the human instinct.
-the human intuition.
-the instinctive reaction.
-the mental activity or process of grasping with the intellect; apprehension by the mind; understanding.
-the perception of something as being one's own.
-the movement of the beings of one to the multiplicity. (Example: A person gets married and has children. Thus, that person begins his own family and becomes multiple and is no longer a singular member of a family.)
-the propitious moment for action.
-the same action in a precise moment.
-the sudden reversal of fortune.
-the basic impulses and instincts that govern actions.
-the power of the will.
The Elleipsis Thelisis
-the nolition of the will.
-a philosophical meeting of the minds.
-the preservation of the body, mind and soul.
-The fusion of the mind and soul.
-the correlation of the mind and soul.
-the reconciliation of the mind with the soul.
-the suffering of the body, soul and mind.
-the harmony of the body, soul and mind.
-the disruption of the body, soul and mind.
-the protection of the mind, body and soul.
-the contact of the mind with the body and soul.
-the connection of the mind, body and soul.
-the conflict between the body and soul.
-the intellectual conflict of the soul and mind.
-a philosophical awakening of the body, mind and soul.
-the form of meditation.
-the connection in meditation of the oneness of the body, mind and soul with the universe.
The Catastasis Enteleia
-the complete state achieved in meditation and enlightenment. It is comparative to Nirvana in Buddhism.
-the simple way of thinking.
-the advanced way of thinking.
-a fanciful thought.
-the continuation of thought.
-the urgent thought.
-a consensus of thought.
-the concealment of thought.
-the focus of thought.
-the pattern of thought.
-the fallacy of thought.
-the large influx of thought.
-the minimum of thought.
-the number of thoughts.
-the transference of a thought into an ideal.
-a large influx of uncontrollable thoughts.
-the mental strength.
-the mental weakness.
-the mental security.
-the mental insecurity.
-the logical order.
-the logical or ethical question.
-the affirmation of logic.
-the argument of logic.
-the counterargument of logic.
-the structure of logic.
-the function of logic.
-the constructive reasoning of logic.
-the answer of logic.
-a property of logic.
-a system of principles in ethics and logic.
-the division between the intelligible and the perceptible.
-the condition of consciousness.
-the capacity to apply general principles of moral judgement to particular cases.
The Epipede Syneidesis
-the levels of consciousness.
-the philosophical awakening.
-the philosophical point of view.
-the philosophical vocabulary.
-the epitome of ethical and intellectual achievement of philosophy.
-a place for philosophical thinking.
-the love of learning.
-A conference or other meeting for the discussion of a philosophical topic, especially one in which the participants make presentations or arguments.
-the student of philosophy.
-the teacher of philosophy.
-the mind of philosophy.
-the introduction to philosophy.
-the learning of philosophy.
-the reading of philosophy.
-the explanation of philosophy.
-the argument of philosophy.
-the interpretation of philosophy.
-the guideline of philosophy.
-the application of philosophy.
-the teaching of philosophy.
-the understanding of philosophy.
-the speculation of philosophy.
-a contribution to philosophy.
-the guiding principle of philosophy.
-the belief of philosophy.
-the practice of philosophy.
-the intellectual conversation on philosophy.
-the foreknowledge of philosophy.
-the instrument of philosophy.
-the vocabulary of philosophy.
-the demonstration of philosophy.
-the truth of philosophy.
-the foundation of a philosophical belief.
-the scepticism of philosophy.
-the derivation of a philosophical statement.
-a philosophical viewpoint.
-a philosophical dispute.
-a philosophical debate.
-a philosophical dialogue.
-a philosophical development in an argument.
-the universal knowledge.
-the circle of human knowledge.
-a clear and precise knowledge.
-the quality of knowledge.
-the pursuit of knowledge.
-a pursuit of knowledge purely through experience, especially by means of observation and sometimes by experimentation.
-the concepts and relations which are conceived as beyond, and yet related to, the knowledge gained by experience.
-a principled system of understanding; sometimes contrasted with empiricism.
-the knowledge of existence.
-the knowledge based without science.
-the ultimate state of wisdom.
-the learnt state of wisdom.
-the practical state of wisdom.
-the foolish pretence of wisdom.
-the wisdom of philosophy.
-the why of an argument.
-the what of an argument.
-the how of an argument.
-the when of an argument.
-the which of an argument.
-the yes of an argument.
-the no of an argument.
-the beginning of an argument.
-the premise of an argument.
-the structure of an argument.
-the conviction of something.
-the stupidity of an argument.
-the interest of the argument.
The Non Sequitur
-the invalid argument.
-the agreement of an argument
-the core of an opinion.
-the core of laws for justice.
-the core of determined principles.
-the core of a principle.
-the core of a goal.
-the core of a cause.
-the core of a reason.
-the core of a knowledge.
-the core of an idea.
-the core of a reason.
-the core of a law that govern human behaviour.
-the core of a custom.
-the core of a virtue.
-the core of a practice.
-the core of fundamentals.
-the core of information.
-the core of a discursive thought.
-the core of rational thoughts.
-the means of persuasion.
-the act of persuasion.
-the meaningless repetition of words.
-the formation of words.
-the essence of something.
-the sequence of something.
-the external influence of something.
-the inspiration of something.
-the incompatibility of something.
-the compatibility of something.
-the impossibility to understand something.
-the possibility to understand something.
-the incomprehension of something.
-the comprehension of something.
-the definition of something.
-the specificity of something.
-a group of classifications of something.
-the equal of something.
-the distinguishing feature of something.
-the relativity of something.
-the disregard of something.
-the turning point of something.
-the negation of something.
-the contradiction of something.
-the impossibility of something. (Example: Time will cease to exist.)
-the possibility of something. (Example: The universe is probably endless in its dimensions.)
-the original model of something.
-the intelligence of something.
-the inspiration of something.
-the element of something.
-the fewness of something.
-the abundance of something.
-the similarity of something.
-the enquiry of something.
-the natural place of something.
-The exclamation of something.
-the effect of something.
-the commonality of something.
-the outcome of something.
-the conclusion of something.
-the inner element of something.
-the outer element of something.
-the extinction of something.
-the premise of something.
-the birth of something.
-the rebirth of something.
-the yearning for something.
-the hidden meaning of something.
-the confirmation of something.
-a transcendence of something.
-the idea or conception of something.
-the relativity of something.
-the observation of something.
-the vision of something.
-the consequence of something.
-the property of something.
-the re-creation of something.
-the secondary function of something.
-the individuality of something.
-the partiality of something.
-the perfection of something.
-the similarity of something.
-the totality of something.
-the fragmentation of something.
The Sui Generis
-the unique thing of something.
-the certainty of something.
-the clarity of something.
-the force of something.
-the capacity of something.
-the frequency of something.
-the solution of something.
-the manifestation of something.
-the fulfilment of something.
-the random occurrence of something.
-the instance of something.
-the long duration of something.
-the definition of something.
-the visibility of something.
-a continuous series or whole, no part of which is noticeably different from its adjacent parts, although the ends or extremes of it are very different from each other.
-the consideration of an abstract thing.
-the personification of an abstraction.
-the abstract sphere of influence, real or imagined.
-the sphere of influence.
-something that has a unique, characteristic form.
-something that is perceived as perceived. (Example: The universe is existential, because it is visible).
-something that is half fact and half theory.
-something that experimental or tentative.
-something that is related to teaching.
-something that is voluntary.
-something that happens by accident.
-something that is desirable.
-something that is wonderful.
-something that is explained.
-something that is thought.
-something that transcends physical matter or the laws of nature.
-something that may only be apprehended through abstract thought, rather than through ordinary sense perceptions; lying beyond experiential knowledge or immediate reality.
-something that is a foolishness.
-something that is related to the body.
-the desire of the body.
-the pleasure of the body.
-an abnormal high degree of instability to simulation of body.
-the self-control of the body.
-the severity of the laws of government.
-the doctrine of ethics that all actions are determined by the current state and immutable laws of the universe, with no possibility of choice.
-the doctrine that all human actions are not so much determined by the preceding events, conditions, causes or karma as by deliberate choice or free will.
-the moral conduct of ethics.
-the commitment to ethics.
-the morality of ethics.
-the foundation of ethics.
-the guidance of ethics.
-the ethical and moral duty.
-the hospitality towards a stranger in ethics.
-someone who has a sense of the importance of living life well and of fulfilling one's task in society in accordance with the highest standards.
-the goodness of a person.
-the badness of a person.
-the teaching of the harmonious combination of physical and moral virtues.
-a set of accepted moral norms or customs.
-the character of a person.
-the passion of the body.
-the rhetoric of the mind.
-the mortality of the body.
-the influx of emotions.
-the moderation of emotions.
-the banishment of emotional sorrow.
-the outburst of emotions.
-the sensory impressions.
-A dreamlike state where real and imagined elements are blurred together.
-a lengthy discourse on a subject.
-The change of one state of consciousness to another.
-the understanding of events by the way they relate over time, rather than by their momentary significance.
-the adducing of particular examples so as to lead to a universal conclusion; the argument by induction.
-the state or quality of being supervenient, of being in a dependency relationship such that an object with the supervened properties must also have the supervening properties.
-an erroneous mistake or usage.
-a figure of speech whereby a question is asked in confident expectation of a negative answer.
-the erroneous presumption.
-the freedom of speech.
-a deceitful speech.
-an illogical statement.
-a rhetorical conclusion.
-a rhetorical enquiry.
-the insoluble contradiction in a text's meaning; a logical impasse suggested by a text or speaker.
-reversing the opponent's argument against them.
-the feigning of disinterest in something while actually desiring it.
-the pride of a man.
-the goodwill of a person.
-a conversational wit.
-the pleasure of life.
-a fervent wish.
-the rejoicing at the misfortune of others.
-a bad misfortune.
-the good conscience.
-the bad conscience.
-the absolute state of happiness.
-the state of pleasure.
-the ability for satisfaction.
-the friendship of humanity.
-the affinity of humanity.
-the greed for vain honour.
-When the soul after human death becomes one with the universe.
-the directive faculty of the soul.
-the universal essence of the soul.
-a contingent attribute of the soul. (Example: The beauty of love is an attribute of the soul).
-the last mortal breath of the soul before death.
-the depravity of the soul.
-the enlightenment of the soul.
-the ruination of the soul.
-the temperament of the soul.
-the submission of the soul.
-the cruelty of a soul.
-the state of the soul.
-the examination of the soul.
-the exile of the soul.
-the willingness of the soul.
-The unwillingness of the soul.
-the cognisance of the soul.
-the goodness of the soul.
-the indestructability of the soul.
-the hostility of the soul.
-the immortality of the soul.
-the piety of the soul.
-the indivisibility of the soul.
-the volition of the soul.
-the strength of the soul.
-The ignorance of the soul.
-the attestation of the soul.
-the mood of the soul.
-the deprivation of the soul.
-the action of the soul.
-the mercy of the soul.
-the plight of the soul.
-the humaneness of the soul.
-the consciousness of the soul.
-the negation of the soul.
-the external influence of the soul.
-the evil of the soul.
-the compassion of the soul.
-the immense state of the soul.
-the indivisibility of the soul.
-the sadness of the soul.
-the happiness of the soul.
-the pain of the soul.
-the concern of the soul.
-the illness of the soul.
-the melancholy of the soul.
-the ambiguity of the soul.
-the love of the soul.
-the hatred of the soul.
-the enlightenment of the soul.
-the vanity of the soul.
-the strife of the soul.
-the arrogance of the soul.
-the need of the soul.
-the healing of the soul.