The Oxford Companion to Philosophy Part 31. The book is alphabetized by the whole headings of entries, as distinct from
the first word of a heading. Hence, for example, abandonment comes before
a priori and a posteriori. It is wise to look elsewhere if something seems to be
missing. At the end of the book there is also a useful appendix on Logical Symbols as
well as the appendices A Chronological Table of Philosophy and Maps of Philosophy.