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A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 10

By Voltaire
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  • A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY
  • VOLUME X
    • By
  • VOLTAIRE
    • EDITION DE LA PACIFICATION
    • THE WORKS OF VOLTAIRE
      • A CONTEMPORARY VERSION
      • A CRITIQUE AND BIOGRAPHY
      • THE RT. HON. JOHN MORLEY
      • VOLUME XIV
      • E.R. DuMONT
      • PARIS—LONDON—NEW YORK—CHICAGO
      • 1901
    • The WORKS of VOLTAIRE
      • VOLTAIRE
    • A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY
      • IN TEN VOLUMES
      • VOL. X.
      • STYLE—ZOROASTER
      • AND DECLARATION OF THE AMATEURS, INQUIRERS, AND DOUBTERS
    • STYLE.
    • SUPERSTITION.
    • SYMBOL, OR CREDO.
    • SYSTEM.
    • TABOR, OR THABOR.
    • TALISMAN.
    • TARTUFFE—TARTUFERIE.
    • TASTE.
    • TAUROBOLIUM.
    • TAX—FEE.
    • TEARS.
    • TERELAS.
    • TESTES.
    • THEISM.
    • THEIST.
    • THEOCRACY.
      • Government of God or Gods.
    • THEODOSIUS.
    • THEOLOGIAN.
    • THUNDER.
    • TOLERATION.
    • TOPHET.
    • TORTURE.
    • TRANSUBSTANTIATION.
    • TRINITY.
    • TRUTH.
    • TYRANNY.
    • TYRANT.
    • UNIVERSITY.
    • USAGES.
      • Contemptible Customs do not Always Imply a Contemptible Nation.
    • VAMPIRES.
    • VELETRI.
      • A Small Town of Umbria, Nine Leagues from Rome; and, Incidentally, of the Divinity of Augustus.
    • VENALITY.
    • VENICE.
      • And, Incidentally, of Liberty.
    • VERSE.
    • VIANDS.
      • Forbidden Viands, Dangerous Viands.—A short Examination of Jewish and Christian Precepts, and of those of the Ancient Philosophers.
    • VIRTUE.
    • VISION.
    • VISION OF CONSTANTINE.
    • VOWS.
    • VOYAGE OF ST. PETER TO ROME.
    • WALLER.
    • WAR.
    • WEAKNESS ON BOTH SIDES.
    • WHYS (THE).
    • WICKED.
    • WILL.
    • WIT, SPIRIT, INTELLECT.
      • Spirit—Wit.
      • Spirit.
      • Wit.
      • Crooked or Distorted Intellect.
    • WOMEN.
    • XENOPHANES.
    • XENOPHON,
    • AND THE RETREAT OF THE TEN THOUSAND.
    • YVETOT.
    • ZEAL.
    • ZOROASTER.
    • DECLARATION OF THE AMATEURS, IN-QUIRERS, AND DOUBTERS,
    • WHO HAVE AMUSED THEMSELVES WITH PROPOSING TO THE LEARNED THE PRECEDING QUESTIONS IN THESE VOLUMES.
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