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DOKEIN
(G) to appear, to seem, to think
DOXA
(G) opinion, judgment
dogma
n. a system of doctrines put forth by an authority, especially a church, to be absolute truth
dogmatic
adj. #1. pertaining to dogma

#2. expressed in an authoritative or arrogant manner
heterodox
adj. not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthodox opinions
GIGNOSKEIN
(G) to know
physiognomy
n. the art of judging human character by facial features; facial features when regarded as revealing character
prognosis
prediction of the outcome of a disease; any forecast or prediction
KRINEIN
(G) to separate, to decide, to judge
criterion
n. a standard, rule, or test on which a decision or judgment can be made
hypocrisy
n. pretending to have feelings, beliefs, or virtues that one does not have
MNEMONIKOS
(G) mindful
amnesty
n. a general pardon for offenders, especially for political offenders
mnemonic
adj. relating to or assisting the memory

n. a device used in remembering
PHREN
(G) heart mind midriff
frenetic
adj. frantic, frenzied

n. a frenzied person
schizophrenia
n. #1. a severe mental disorder in which a person becomes unable too reason or act in a rational way, often in delusions and withdraw from relationship

#2. a situation of extreme conflict between choices, loyalties, or ways of life
RATIO
(L) reason
REOR
(L) to calculate, to think
arraign
v. #1. to call to court to answer charges

#2. to accuse; to charge with wrongdoing
rationale
n. the reasons underlying something, often presented as a statement
rationalize
v. to provide a rational basis for something, often by a false or self-serving reasoning