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absolutism the principle or practice of absolute, unrestrained governmental power.
adherence steady or faithful attachment or devotion, as to a person, party, or principle; faithfulness; fidelity. [1/2 definitions]
adherent one who supports or follows a person, party, principle, or the like (usu. fol. by of). [1/3 definitions]
adhesion attachment, esp. to a principle or cause; loyalty; adherence. [1/4 definitions]
adoption the act or condition of choosing, accepting, taking on, or agreeing to a law, principle, recommendation, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
ahimsa (Sanskrit) the principle of nonviolence based on the belief in the sacredness of all living creatures, as held by Buddhists, Hindus, and others.
anima the principle of life; inner self; consciousness.
animism the doctrine that the soul is the essential principle animating the universe. [1/3 definitions]
antagonism an opposing force, attitude, or principle. [1/2 definitions]
axiom an obvious or generally accepted principle. [1/2 definitions]
basis a particular system, mode of operation, standard, or guiding principle that underlies the way something else is established, decided on, or managed. [1/3 definitions]
bastion something that acts as a safeguard for a principle or idea. [1/3 definitions]
biogenesis the principle that living organisms are generated only by other living organisms. [1/2 definitions]
blood the life principle. [1/7 definitions]
canon1 a generally or universally accepted standard, principle, or criterion, or a set of these. [1/4 definitions]
causality the principle that everything that exists or happens has a cause. [1/3 definitions]
cause a principle or goal that one serves by action. [1/5 definitions]
caveat emptor the principle that one who buys something does so at his or her own risk.
centralism a system or principle of organization, esp. of government, in which power is assigned to a central authority.
chi-square a statistical method that determines to what degree the differences between expected data and data actually derived can be ascribed to chance, rather than to some general cause or principle.
chitin a substance that is the principle component of the shells of crustaceans and the exoskeletons of arthropods.