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The word you're looking for is pneumatology, the study of the Holy Spirit. Pneumatology and (the somewhat archaic) pneumology share the same Greek root 'pneum', meaning breath or wind; the first usage is metaphorical (Spirit as the breath of life) while the second is literal (the medical study of the pulmonary organs). Confusing, yes...


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There are some things all graduate programs in philosophy in the US/UK are looking for: Strong analytic skills Basic familiarity with logic Good writing in English Good grades in classes (especially classes that show reasoning skills) Strong writing sample (demonstrates 1 and 2) Where things will differ, For history oriented programs, you're definitely ...


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