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- n. a belief (or system of beliefs) accepted as authoritative by some group or school
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Schopenhauer's philosophical system of Monism has generally been regarded as in a great degree purely fanciful and self-contradictory.
Strangely enough in the development of this elabo - rate metaphysical and philosophical system al-Kindī held certain views which are particularly his own and which were not followed by the later Peripatetics.
Gregory XVI hastened to condemn in the Encyclical "Singulari nos" (15 July, 1834) this book, "small in size, but immense in perversity", and at the same time censured the philosophical system of Lamennais.
The most systematic attempt at a philosophical system of a mystical character was that of the Neoplatonic School of Alexandria, especially of