ecclesiastical Having to do with church affairs

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ecclesiastical  Having to do with church affairs. Derived from the Greek word "ecclesia," which  means church. empirical method  A method of investigation which is based on the actual facts of experience rather  than being derived from some universal proposition. empiricist  One who uses the empirical method in his investigation of philosophical problems. Epicureans  One of the Greek schools of philosophy. Its founder was Epicurus, who taught that  pleasure is the norm and standard of goodness. Faculty of Advocates  The governing board of the library in the city of Edinburgh, England. feeling for humanity  This term was used by David Hume to designate what he regarded as the  tendency on the part of all human beings to approve that which promotes the welfare of others. golden mean  A term used by Aristotle to describe the moral virtues. It meant the course of conduct 
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