The following list contains some of the more important and frequently used Latin terms and phrases employed in the philosophical writings of
the Scholastic philosophers and modern thinkers up to the 18th century when Latin was no longer used as the universal language of scholarship.
This list is by no means meant to be complete. I will keep adding new terms and phrases to it as I encounter them in my readings.
1. Basic Principles of Philosophy
idem nequit simul esse et non esse sub eodem respect
nothing can be and not be at the same time and in the same respect (aka as the principle of contradiction)