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Æschylos, xlvi.
Albertus Magnus, xcv., 207
Aldrich, 121, 129
Alighieri. See Dante
Anaxagoras, 76
Angeleri, F., 257
Anselm, c.
Aquinas. See Thomas
Aristotle, xlvi., xc. sqq., 1, 2, 3, 4,

5 n., 8 nn., 17 n., 18, 21 n., 23 n.,
27 n., 28 n., 37, 39, 44, 46 mn.,
47 sq., 52, 59, 63, 70, 77 nn., 84,
93 n., 97, 131 n., 132 n., 139,
141, 160, 161, 165, 169, 170 n.,
174, 181 n., 190, 194, 197 n., 221,
260, 261, 262 sq., 268, 277, 286 sq.,
344 n., 346, 356, 360, 304, 366,

373, 383
Augustine, St., 43, 277, 289

Fabrizio, Fra, 139, 339
Ferri, Professor Luigi, 58
Fichte, J. G., civ., 63, 141, 191, 194

$99., 203
Galilei, G., xxv.
Galluppi, Pasqu., xxvi., 2, 87 n.
Gaunilo, c.
Genovesi, 261
Geulinx, ci.
Gioberti, Vinc., XXXV., 206 n.
Gioja, Melch., xxvi.
Goethe, 8, 360 sq.
Green, Professor T. H., 54 n.

Bain, Professor Alexander, 43, 277,

289
Bastian, Dr. A., 282
Bekker, I. (A necd. Græca), 347
Belger, Chr., 23 n.
Berkeley, ciii. sqq.
Bichat, 292
Biese, Fr., 264 n.
Boethius, 62
Bonaventura, St., 38, 39, 139
Bonitz, H., 18, 46 n., 59 n., 262 n.
Bonnet, Ch., 20
Brentano, Fr., 161, 207 n., 344 n.
Bruno, G., xxv., xxviii.
Buonarroti, Michelangelo, 361
Buroni, G., xc. n., 65, 73, 79, 344 n.
Bywater, I., 75, 260, 342 n.

Hamilton, Sir Wm., 1, 38, 43, 158,

178 sq., 199 n., 241
Hauréau, B., 264 n.
Hegel, civ. sqq., 5 n., 10, 18, 21, 23,

28 sq., 46, 49 n., 50 sqq., 78, 141
sqq., 101, 175 n., 221, 250, 327,
344 n., 373
Herakleitos, xc., civ., 75, 78, 260,

342 n.
Hume, David, cii. sq., 77

Jaesche, J. B., 23
Jesuits, 369
Jesus, 161
Jevons, W. S., 44, 121
Jourdain, A., xcv. n.

Casara, Sebast., xcvii. n., 40, 139
Condillac, Abbé, xxvi., cvii., 20, 37
Cornoldi, G. M., 206 n.

Dante, xlvi., 361
Davidson, T., 75 n., 347
Demokritos, 277

Kant, Im., xxvi., ciii. sqq., 10, 18,

21, 23, 24, 32, 33 mn., 34 sqq., 37,
46, 48, 49, 62, 63, 78, 79, 87 n.,
95, 90 sqq., 120 sqq., 124, 127,
135, 139, 194, 195, 255, 261, 290,
336 sq., 366 sq.

392

LIST OF AUTHORS QUOTED OR REFERRED TO.

Kirchhoff, Hermann, xciv. n.
Kirchner, J. H., xciv, n.

Lange, F. A., 24, 106, 252
Leibniz, 1, 28 n., 37, 285
Lersch, L., 347
Locke, J., xxvi., ci. sqq., 37, 38

Schuster, Paul, 75 n.
Schwegler, Alb., xxv., 18
Sebadius, 338
Sokrates, 76
Spencer, Herbert, 3, 4, 54 n., 199 n.,

228 sqq., 261 sq., 280, 289, 292
Spinoza, B., ci., 62, 239
Stadler, Aug., 105 n.
Steinthal, H., 347
Stewart, Dug., 37
Suarez, Fr., cvi.

Malebranche, xxvi., ci.
Mamiani della Rovere, Count T.,

xxxiv., 68, 87 n., 95 n.
Mastrofini, Abbé, 349
Müller, F. Max, 43, 50 n., 223 sq.

Newman, Cardinal, 15

Occam. See William

Paoli, F., xxvii., xli. n.
Parmenides, xc. sq., 21, 75, 76, 78
Pesch, Tilmann, 266
Pini Ermenegildo, 349
Plato, xc. sq., 2, 37, 76, 77, 260,

268 sq., 360, 389
Plotinus, xciv., 177, 277, 327, 360
Plutarch, 360
Pomponazzi, xcviii.
Porphyry, no n., 263 sq. n., 278,

308 n.
Pythagoras, 76

Taglioretti, Ang., 171 n.
Talamo, Salvatore, xcvi. n.
Teichmüller, Gust., 262 n., 366
Tennyson, Alfred, xliv., xciii. n., 21,

286
Thomas Aquinas, St., lxxxix. n., xciii.

$99., xcv., I, 5 n., 8 n., 9, 18, 22,
39 n., 40 n., 47, 48, 59, 77, 84,
95 n., 123 n., 139, 158, 161, 183
sq., 221, 260, 262 sq., 275 n., 286

sq., 312, 338, 342 sq. n., 346
Trendelenburg, Ad., 6 n., 10, 24,

48 n., 59 n., 62 sq., 158, 262 n.
Ueberweg, F., xxv. 264 n.

Vanini, L., XXV., xcviii.
Vico, G. B., XXV., 386

Reid, Thos., 37, 121 sqq., 177 $99.
Reinhold, K. L., 201
Richter, Arthur, xciv. n.
Romagnosi, G, D., xxvi.

Walter, Jul., 366
William of Occam, 63
Wolf, Chr., 2
Wordsworth, xliv.

Schell, J. H., 266 n.
Schelling, F. W. J., civ., 20, 141,

202 sq.
Schmidt, K. E. A., 347
Schneid, xcvi. n.

Zechariah, 342 n.
Zell, Karl, xciv, n.
Zeller, Edw., xciv. n., 24, 27 n.,

262 n.
Zigliara, Cardinal, 88, 139, 263 n.

INDEX TO DEFINITIONS AND

PRINCIPAL SUBJECTS.

A

Body, 211, 269, 304 sqq. ; and soul,

276 sq9., 305 sqq.

C

Absolute and relative knowledge, 118
Abstract, 31; abstraction, 185
Absurd, 173
Accident, 236
Action, 85; actions, 362
Actuality, 219
Æsthetics, 359 sq.
Affirmation, 32, 40, 112, 132; does

not involve negation, 221 ; versus

intuition, 40
Animate versus animal, 301
Anthropology, supernatural, 237
Anoetic versus dianoetic, 330 ; abso-

lute, 49
Apodeictic method, 248 sq.
Apprehension, 40, 121 sq., 132
Archetype, 358, 362
Arts, fine, 359
Ascetics, 362, 379
Assent, 12 sqq. ; gratuitous, 14; in-

stinctive, 14
Attention, intellectual, 191
Atoms, 295 sq.
Authority, 14

Callology, 359 sq.
Categories, 331 ; Kant's, 96 sqq.
Cause, 236, 242 sqq. ; first, 246 sq.,

255; of error, 181
Certainty, 158
Classes versus genera, 221
Cognition, direct, first, indirect, 131;

intellectual, II; negative, 3 sqq.;
objective, 13; philosophical, 17;
popular, 17 ; reflexive, 131; sub-
jective, 13; synthetic, 131 ; theory

of, 114 $99.
Concept (how formed), 33 sqq., 86,

110, 122, 136
Consciousness versus knowledge, 199

sq.
Contingency, 81 sq., 84, 245, 319
Continuity, 295, 302
Contradiction, principle of, 173, 240
Conviction, 15, 158, 247
Cosmology, 254 sq., 317 sq.
Cosmopolitics, 362, 387
Created things have being, 319 sqq.,

344, 352 sq.
Creation, nature of, 349 sqq. ; proofs

of, 319 599.

B

D

Becoming, 151 $99.
Beginning, absolute unthinkable, 241
Being (cf. Entity, Ideal, Real, Moral),

36 sq., 40, 159 ; felt, 126 ; formal,
87 ; ideal, 38, 87, 108 sq., 10 sq.,
327 ; identity of, 118; indeterminate,
115; initial, 338; known, 126,
327 ; manifested, manifesting, and
manifest, 96; modes of, 186, 327
sq. ; moral, 328 sq. ; order of, 115
sqq. ; origin of idea of, 89 sqq. ;
particular, 44 sq. ; possible, 44 sq.,
87, 108 sq.; undefinable, 237 ; uni-
versal, 40, 44 sq., 87

Death, 307 $99.
Demonstration (see Apodeictic) versus

persuasion, 15, 18, 158, 188
Deontology, 325 99., 350 s99.;

general, 351 sqq.; human, 361;

special, 359 sqq.
Determinate ideas, 136
Dianoetic. See Anoetic
Didactic method, 248 sq.

Difference, a realization, 73
Discursus, 122
Duties, 368 sqq.

Grounds, 4 sq. ; extrinsic and in-

trinsic, 5 ; formal, moral, real, 6;
ultimate, 4 $99.

E

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Economy, 362, 381 sqq.

Heuristic method, 248 sq.
Education, 362, 379 sqq. ; of human Hypotheses, 244

race, 388 sq.
Ego, generation of, 214 sqq. ; a feel.
ing, 234, 258, 126; and non-Ego,
196, 221

I
Entity, 37 ; felt versus understood,
117

I. See Ego
Error, 15, 167, 181, 187

Idea (see Ground), 5, 45 n., 81, 100,
Essence, 37, 58, 59, 112 ; grades of, 112, 167
74 ; of being, 41 sq., 88 sq., 107

Ideal Being (see Being), 41 sq., 44
sq., 124, 126 ; realized, 73

sqq., 60, 70, 87, 96, 108 sq.
Ethics, 362 sq. ; general and special, Idealist, transcendental, 163
364, 390; principle of, 366

Ideality, 41 sq., 45 sq., 113
Eudæmonology, 370 sq.

Identity, 78 ; principle of, 172; ab-
Excitation, 297 sq.

solute, 141
Exigence, moral, 357 ; objective and Ideology, 19, 22 sqq., 136 ; method
subjective, 353 $99.

of, 27 sqq.
Existence, a native cognition, 38, Ignorance, 13

M1; not predicated univocally of Illusion, 145, 163 sqq.

God and created things, 336 sq. Imagination, intellectual, 208
Experience, 10

Immediate knowing, 55
Extension, 85, 212 sq., 269 sqq.

Immortality, 264
External world, 269 sqq.

Individual, 218, 220, 332
Externality, 210 n., 212

Individuum vagum, vagissimum, 176
Extra-subjective, 86, 209, 330

Inference, 122
Infinite, 222 sqq.

Instinct versus sensitivity, 291
F

Integration, principle of, 246

Intellect, 137 ; active and possible,
Faculty of error, 183

88, 139, 207
Faith, 183

Intellective perception, 55, 60, 85,
Feeling, 69 sq., 132, 194, 257 ; fun. 87, 192, 194 sq., 203, 214 $99.
damental, 212 sqq., 288 sqq., 305

Intellectual attention, 191; imagina-
Felt, 36; activity, 66, 125; versus

tion, 208
understood, 214

Intelligence versus sense,

260
Force, 211

Intuition, 21 sq., 169 sq., 205, 325
Form, 62, 92 sqq., 107 sq., 117; of

cognition, 95, 97 sqq. ; of intellect,

96, 97 sqq., 159
Freedom, 372 sq.

J
Fundamental feeling, 212 sq., 288
$99., 305

Judgments, ideal and real, 13 ; pos-

sible, 13; primitive zersus deri-

vative, 14 ; synthetic à priori, 33,
G

119 sqq., 128 sq. ; versus affirma.

tions, 32
Genera (see Classes), 221, 332
Generation, 302 sq.
God, 65, 146, 167 ; nature of our

K
knowledge of, 334 sqq. ; not ob-
ject of intuition, 338; proofs of Knowing, and thinking, 10; absolute
existence of, 335 sq.

and relative, 332 ; direct, 16 sq.;
Goodness, 363 sq.

philosophical z'ersus popular, 15

L

Life, 292
Light of reason, 138 ; of intellect, 138
Limits, 79
Limitations, 81, 320 ; number of, not

infinite, 323
Literature, 359
Logic, 11, 19, 22 sqq., 131, 140, 159,

187, 189; of Hegel, 140 sqq.

M

Pedagogics, 379
Perceived being, 83
Perception, 40, 41, 55, 82, 136 sq.,

179 sqq., 190, 194 sq., 205 599.,

211, 214 ; immediate, 223
Perfection, relations of, 351 sqq.
Person, personality, 357
Persuasion, 13 ; versus conviction ;

versus demonstration, 15, 18, 158,

188
Philosophy, various definitions of, i

sqq., 9; end of, 338 ; general and
special, 8; progressive and regres.

sive, 20, 27
Politics, 362, 383 sqq.
Possible, 87, 100 sqq., 108 sq.
Practice, theory of, 367
Practical reason, 366
Precategorical absolute, 72
Predicate, 36, 130
Principle of cognition and identity,

172 sq. ; in act, 85
Probability, 251 sqq.
Process (Hegel's), 18
Proposition, 122
Property, 372 sqq.
Psychology, 254 sq.

Materiated sciences, 325
Matter, 62, 68, 83, 219; of cognition,

96, 325
Mediate knowing, 55
Means, 362, 379
Meity, 202
Method, rules of, 248
Modes, absolute and relative, 85; ideal

and real, 70; ideal, real and moral,
327 sq. ; of being, 165 sq., 186,

327 sqq.
Moral being, 327 sq. ; faculty, 366

N

Q

Quantity, 219
Quiet, scientific, 11

Necessity, 101, 161 ; ontological and

deontological, 354
Negation, 79, 221
Nomology, 365
Non-being, 209 n.
Non-Ego. See Ego
Nothing, 79, 80, 209 n.
Nouns, 171
Number, 219

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Rational principle, 198
Real (see Being), 36, 41 sq., 110 sq.
Reality, 41 sq., 69 sq., 113, 219 sq. ;

abstract, pure, 69; of being, 66 sq.
Reason, 118, 137 sq. ; light of, 138;

practical and theoretic, 366
Reasoning, 184, 203; sciences of,

325 $99.
Reflection, 14, 16 sq., 54 sq., 137,

140 sqq., 181 sq., 184 sq., 187,

231, 240, 247
Relations of ideas, 169
Relativity, 119
Religion, 315 sq., 367
Right, 371 sq.

S

P

Pantheism, 205 sqq., 338 sqq.
Particular, 71, 81
Passion (ráðos), 85

Satisfaction, 18 sq.
Scientific quiet or repose, 11 sq.
Sensation, versus perception, 177

sqq., 190, 192, 230 ; elements of,
236, 258

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