• Understanding
    • Memory.
      • History.
        • Sacred (History of Prophets).
        • Ecclesiastical.
        • Civil, Ancient and Modern.
          • Civil History, properly said.
          • Literary History.
            • Memoirs.
            • Antiquities.
            • Complete Histories.
        • Natural history|Natural.
          • Uniformity of Nature.
            • Cosmology|Celestial History.
            • History.
              • of Meteors.
              • of the Earth and the Sea.
              • of Minerals.
              • of Vegetables.
              • of Animals.
              • of the Chemical element|Elements.
          • Deviations of Nature.
            • Celestial Wonders.
            • Large Meteors.
            • Wonders of Land and Sea.
            • Monstrous Minerals.
            • Monstrous Vegetables.
            • Monstrous Animals.
            • Wonders of the Elements.
          • Uses of Nature
            • Arts, Crafts, Manufactures.
              • Work and Uses of Gold and Silver.
                • Mint (coin)|Minting.
                • Goldsmith.
                • Gold Spinning.
                • Gold Drawing.
                • Silversmith
                • Planishing|Planisher, etc.
              • Work and Uses of Precious Stones.
                • Lapidary.
                • Diamond Cutting.
                • Jeweler, etc.
              • Work and Uses of Iron.
                • Large Forge|Forges.
                • Locksmithing|Locksmith.
                • Tool Making.
                • Armorer.
                • Gun Making, etc.
              • Work and Uses of Glass.
                • Glass|Glassmaking.
                • Plate-Glass|Plate-Glassmaking.
                • Mirror Making.
                • Optician.
                • Glazier, etc.
              • Work and Uses of Skin.
                • Tanner (occupation)|Tanner.
                • Chamios Maker.
                • Leather Merchant.
                • Glove Making, etc.
              • Work and Uses of Stone, Plaster, Slate, etc.
                • Practical Architecture.
                • Practical Sculpture.
                • Masonry|Mason.
                • Tiler, etc.
              • Work and Uses of Silk.
                • Spinning.
                • Milling.
                • Work like.
                • Velvet.
                • Brocaded Fabrics, etc.
              • Work and Uses of Wool.
                • Cloth-Making.
                • Bonnet-Making, etc.
              • Working and Uses, etc.
    • Reason
      • Philosophy
        • General Metaphysics, or Ontology, or Science of Being in General, of Possibility, of Existence, of Duration, etc.
        • Science of God.
          • Natural Theology.
          • Revealed Theology.
          • Science of Good and Evil Spirits.
            • Divination.
            • Black Magic.
        • Science of Man.
          • Pneumatology or Science of the Soul.
            • Reasonable.
            • Sensible.
          • Logic.
            • Art of Thinking.
              • Apprehension.
                • Science of Ideas
              • Judgement.
                • Science of Propositions.
              • Reasoning.
                • Induction.
              • Method.
                • Demonstration.
                  • Analysis.
                  • Synthesis.
            • Art of Remembering.
              • Memory.
                • Natural.
                • Artificial.
                  • Prenotion.
                  • Emblem.
              • Supplement to Memory.
                • Writing.
                • Printing.
                  • Alphabet.
                  • Cipher.
                    • 8 Arts of Writing, Printing, Reading (process)|Reading, Deciphering.
                      • 8 Orthography.
            • Art of Communication
              • Science of the Instrument of Discourse.
                • Grammar.
                  • Signs.
                    • 8 Gesture.
                      • 8 Mime|Pantomime.
                      • 8 Declamation.
                    • 8 Characters.
                      • 8 Ideograms.
                      • 8 Hieroglyphics.
                      • 8 Heraldry or Blazonry.
                  • Prosody (linguistics)|Prosody.
                  • Construction.
                  • Syntax.
                  • Philology.
                  • Critique.
                • Pedagogy.
                  • Choice of Studies.
                  • Manner of Teaching.
              • Science of Qualities of Discourse.
                • Rhetoric.
                • Mechanics of Poetry.
          • Ethics.
            • General.
              • General Science of Good and Evil, of duties in general, of Virtue, of the necessity of being Virtuous, etc.
            • Particular.
              • Science of Laws or Jurisprudence.
                • Natural.
                • Economic.
                • Political.
                  • Internal and External.
                  • Commerce on Land and Sea.
        • Science of Nature
          • Metaphysics of Bodies or, General Physics, of Extent, of Impenetrability, of Movement, of Word, etc.
          • Mathematics.
            • Pure.
              • Arithmetic.
                • Numeric .
                • Algebra.
                  • Elementary.
                  • Infinitesimal.
                    • 8 Differential algebra|Differential.
                    • 8 Integral.
              • Geometry.
                • Elementary (Military Architecture, Tactics).
                • Transcendental (Theory of Courses).
            • Mixed.
              • Mechanics.
                • Statics.
                  • 8 Statics, properly said.
                  • 8 Hydrostatics.
                • Dynamics (mechanics)|Dynamics.
                  • 8 Dynamics, properly said.
                  • 8 Ballistics.
                  • 8 Hydrodynamics.
                    • 8 Hydraulics.
                    • 8 Navigation, Naval Architecture.
              • Geometric Astronomy.
                • Cosmography.
                  • Uranography.
                  • Geography.
                  • Hydrography.
                • Chronology.
                • Gnomonics.
              • Optics.
                • Optics, properly said.
                • Dioptrics, Perspective.
                • Catoptrics.
              • Acoustics.
              • Pneumatics.
              • Art of Conjecture. probability|Analysis of Chance.
            • Physicomathematics.
          • Particular Physics.
            • Zoology.
              • Anatomy.
                • Simple.
                • Comparative.
              • Physiology.
              • Medicine.
                • Hygiene.
                  • Hygiene, properly said.
                  • Cosmetics (Orthopedics).
                  • Athletics (Gymnastics).
                • Pathology.
                • Semiotics.
                • Treatment.
                  • Diete.
                  • Surgery.
                  • Pharmacy.
              • Veterinary Medicine.
              • Horse Management.
              • Hunting.
              • Fishing.
              • Falconry.
            • Physical Astronomy.
              • Astrology.
                • Judiciary Astrology.
                • Physical Astrology.
            • Meteorology.
            • Cosmology.
              • Uranology.
              • Aerology.
              • Geology.
              • Hydrology.
            • Botany.
              • Agriculture.
              • Gardening.
            • Mineralogy.
            • Chemistry.
              • Chemistry, properly said, (Pyrotechnics, Dyeing, etc.).
              • Metallurgy.
              • Alchemy.
              • Natural Magic.
    • Imagination.
      • Poetry.
        • Profane.
          • Narrative.
            • Epic poetry|Epic Poem
            • Madrigal (poetry)|Madrigal
            • Epigram
            • Novel, etc.
          • Dramatic
            • Tragedy
            • Comedy
            • Pastoral, etc.
          • Parable
            • Allegory
          • Music
            • Theoretical
            • Practical
            • Instrumental
            • vocal music|Vocal
          • Painting
          • Sculpture
          • Engraving
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