Metaphysics

Metaphysics, the science of being as being in contradistinction from a science of a particular species of being, the science of sciences, or the science of the ultimate grounds of all these, and presupposed by them, called by Plato dialectics, or the logic of being.

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

Metamorphosis * Metastasio
Mesmer, Friedrich Anton
Mesmerism
Mesopotamia
Messenia
Messiah
Messina
Messina, Strait of
Messuage
Metabolism
Metamorphosis
Metaphysics
Metastasio
Meteors
Methodists
Methylated Spirit
Metis
Mètre
Metternich, Clement, Prince von
Metz
Meung, Jean de
Meuse

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Corsini, Edward
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Fonseca, Peter De
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