|of the doctrine of the oneness of reality||monistic|
|(Archaic) true; soft, truth, reality (Archaic)||sooth|
|(Hindu mythology) earthly incarnation of a god, human embodiment of a deity; (Internet) online image that represents a user in chat rooms or in a virtual "space", embodiment of something, image of person in virtual reality, incarnation of Hindu diety||avatar|
|(Roman Catholicism) the authority which teaches doctrine, teaching authority of Roman Catholic Church||magisterium|
|(Theology) study of doctrines and beliefs pertaining to the end of the world; doctrine pertaining to the end of the world, doctrines about death and its aftermath||eschatology|
|20th century art movement stressing the expression of subjective experience rather than a literal representation of reality, art movement concentrating on expressing emotion, literary movement presenting stylized reality||expressionism|
|ability to view things objectively, absence of bias, lack of emotional involvement; physical reality (Philosophy), accuracy, actual existence||objectivity|
|abstract artwork, conceptual, conceptualize something, extract something, impersonal, intangible, unconnected to concrete reality; theoretical, not practical; unconnected to a specific instance or example; difficult to understand, intellectual concept,...||abstract|
|abstract thinking, metaphysic, philosophy of being, philosophy of the mind; theory of the cause and underlying nature of reality; philosophy of the supernatural or intangible, underlying principles||metaphysics|
|according to doctrine, with respect to doctrine||doctrinally|
|accurate, honest, speaking the truth, honest; true; accurate, faithful to reality||truthful|
|act of being transubstantiated; process of becoming something else; belief that sacred wine and bread become the body and blood of Jesus in the sacrament of the Mass (Christianity), change of substance, Christian doctrine, see also:consubstantiation||transubstantiation|
|act of making a new word or phrase; use of a new word; adaption of a new doctrine, neologism||neology|
|act of seeing only the bad side of situations, tendency to expect the worst, doctrine about evil, tendency to expect worst||pessimism|
|action reconciling idea and reality||reality check|
|actions of anarchists, doctrine rejecting government, resistance to control, social movement that objects to laws and government||anarchism|
|actual course of events, actuality; reality; deed; proof (Law), piece of information, something based on evidence, something known to be true, truth or reality of something||fact|
|adherence to letter of law, belief in necessity of good deeds, law term, obsessive adherence to rules; pedantry; doctrine that salvation is gained through good works (Christianity)||legalism|
|adherent of Babism, member of the Babi religion, Persian religious doctrine founded in 1844 by Mirza Ali Muhammad of Shiraz, precursor to the Bahai faith; demonic god of ancient Egypt which is portrayed as a baboon with an erect penis, follower of the Bab||Babi|
|advocate of determinism (doctrine which states that there is a reason for everything and all is predestined)||determinist|
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