Ego

Ego and Non-Ego (i.e. I and Not-I, or Self and Not-Self), are terms used in philosophy to denote respectively the subjective and the objective in cognition, what is from self and what is from the external to self, what is merely individual and what is universal.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Egmont, Mount * Egoism
Eger
Egeria
Egerton, Francis
Egger, Émile
Egham
Eginhard
Eglantine, Madame
Eglinton and Winton, Earl of
Egmont, Lamoral, Count of
Egmont, Mount
Ego
Egoism
Egoist
Egypt
Egyptian Night
Egyptians, The
Egyptology
Egyptus
Ehkili
Ehrenberg
Ehrenbreitstein

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