Pig-Philosophy

Pig-Philosophy, the name given by Carlyle in his “Latter-Day Pamphlets,” in the one on Jesuitism, to the wide-spread philosophy of the time, which regarded the human being as a mere creature of appetite instead of a creature of God endowed with a soul, as having no nobler idea of well-being than the gratification of desire—that his only Heaven, and the reverse of it his Hell.

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

Pigeon English * Pigwiggin
Piedmont
Pierce, Franklin
Pieria
Pierides
Piers Plowman, Vision of
Pietà
Pietermaritzburg
Pietists
Pietra Dura
Pigeon English
Pig-Philosophy
Pigwiggin
Pilate, Pontius
Pilatus, Mount
Pilcomayo
Pilgrimage of Grace
Pilgrim Fathers
Pillar-Saints
Pillars of Hercules
Pillory
Piloty, Karl von