Ideas from 'Db (lexicon)' by PG [1001 BCE], by Theme Structure

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1. Philosophy / B. History of Ideas / 3. Greek-English Lexicon
Enkrateia: control
Entelecheia: entelechy, having an end
Epagoge: induction, explanation
Episteme: knowledge, understanding
Epithumia: appetite
Ergon: function
Eristic: polemic, disputation
Eros: love
Eudaimonia: flourishing, happiness, fulfilment
Genos: type, genus
Hexis: state, habit
Horismos: definition
Philosophia: philosophy, love of wisdom
Phronesis: prudence, practical reason, common sense
Physis: nature
Praxis: action, activity
Prote ousia: primary being
Agathon: good
Aisthesis: perception, sensation, consciousness
Aitia / aition: cause, explanation
Akrasia: lack of control, weakness of will
Aletheia: truth
Anamnesis: recollection, remembrance
Ananke: necessity
Antikeimenon: object
Apatheia: unemotional
Apeiron: the unlimited, indefinite
Aphairesis: taking away, abstraction
Apodeixis: demonstration
Aporia: puzzle, question, anomaly
Arche: first principle, the basic
Arete: virtue, excellence
Chronismos: separation
Diairesis: division
Dialectic: dialectic, discussion
Dianoia: intellection [cf. Noesis]
Diaphora: difference
Dikaiosune: moral goodness, justice
Doxa: opinion, belief
Dunamis: faculty, potentiality, capacity
Eidos: form, idea
Elenchos: elenchus, interrogation
Empeiron: experience
Energeia: employment, actuality, power?
Hule: matter
Hupokeimenon: subject, underlying thing [cf. Tode ti]
Kalos / kalon: beauty, fineness, nobility
Kath' hauto: in virtue of itself, essentially
Kinesis: movement, process
Kosmos: order, universe
Logos: reason, account, word
Meson: the mean
Metechein: partaking, sharing
Mimesis: imitation, fine art
Morphe: form
Noesis: intellection, rational thought [cf. Dianoia]
Nomos: convention, law, custom
Nous: intuition, intellect, understanding
Orexis: desire
Ousia: substance, (primary) being, [see 'Prote ousia']
Pathos: emotion, affection, property
Phantasia: imagination
Philia: friendship
Psuche: mind, soul, life
Sophia: wisdom
Sophrosune: moderation, self-control
Stoicheia: elements
Sullogismos: deduction, syllogism
Techne: skill, practical knowledge
Telos: purpose, end
Theoria: contemplation
Theos: god
Ti esti: what-something-is, essence
Timoria: vengeance, punishment
To ti en einai: essence, what-it-is-to-be
To ti estin: essence
Tode ti: this-such, subject of predication [cf. hupokeimenon]