Collingwood and the Metaphysics of Experience

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Index

a
absolute presuppositions 146-7 n21;
An Essay on Metaphysics26 , 65 , 72 , 82 , 88 , 155 n11;
An Essay on Philosophical Method33 ;
experience 28 ;
logic of question and answer 64-5 ;
metaphysics 46 , 68 , 155 n11;
naturalism 91 ;
normative 101 ;
philosophical method 28 ;
propositions 64 , 99-100 ;
regulative 147 n25;
and relative presuppositions 96-7 ;
synthetic a priori32-3 ;
terminology 63-4 ;
transcendental argument 91 , 92-5 ;
unverifiability 65 , 96-7 , 99 ;
validity 31-2 , 157 n16
absolutism 147 n24
acquaintance theory of knowledge 4
actions:
anthropocentrism 114 ;
belief 123 ;
causes 18-19 ;
concepts 21 , 57 , 59 , 76 , 109 , 116 , 150 n10, 151 n16;
deeds 57 ;
events 18 , 20 , 55 , 56 , 58-9 , 60 , 108 , 110 , 136-7 , 139 , 158-9 n9;
experience 57-8 ;
explanations 122-3 , 125 ;
history 6 , 18 , 20 , 55 , 63 , 108 ;
mind 72 ;
motives 111-12 ;
non-causal accounts 163 n13;
philosophy of history 58-9 , 76 ;
The Principles of History113 , 150 n10;
rationality 113-14 ;
social science 157-8 n4;
thought 20 , 63 , 71 , 113 ;
unclassifiable 122 ;
see also philosophy of action
aesthetic attributes 137-8
aesthetic judgement 4 , 54
agents:
historical 110 , 127 , 128 , 135-6 ;
moral responsibility 31
Allison, H. E. 146 n19
Ameriks, Karl 27 , 145 n11
animal kingdom 107-8
Anselm, Saint 68 , 77 , 85
anti-foundationalism 94
anti-naturalism 139 ;
concepts 21 ;
An Essay on Metaphysics53 , 61-6 ;
An Essay on Philosophical Method53 , 54-61 ;
transcendentals 135
antinomies 3-4 , 30 , 43
anti-realism 4 ;
correspondence theory of truth 37 , 46 , 47-8 ;
epistemology 43 , 45-6 ;
foundationalism 44 ;
metaphysics 17-18 ;
normativity 51-2 ;
perception theory 44-5 ;
transcendent entities 51-2
anti-representationalism 38
Aristotle 15 , 147 n24
art 12 , 13-14 , 17
assumptions 27 , 43
An Autobiography37-8 , 42
Ayer, A. J. 2 , 61 , 156 n15

b
Bacon, Francis 116-17
beauty 4 , 53 , 54
behaviour 106-7 , 111 , 113-14 , 151 n16;
see also actions;
deeds
being 17 ;
An Essay on Metaphysics34-5 ;
existence 35 ;
Kant 33-4 , 35 ;
natural science 23 ;
pure 3 , 23 , 34-5 , 46 , 149 n14, 153 n17
belief 80 ;
actions 123 ;
cognitive psychology 90 ;
Descartes 94 , 141 ;
epistemology 90 ;
events 118 ;
foundational 44 ;
Hume 99 ;
Kant 93 ;
metaphysical analysis 100-1 ;
metaphysics 99 ;
presuppositions 97 , 98 ;
quid iuris88 ;
time 84 ;
validation 93
Berkeley, George 26 , 39 , 40 , 44 , 148 n7
body:
see mind/body dualism
Boucher, D. 145 n3
Bradley, F. H. 116 , 118-19 , 123 , 160 n16
brain/mind 136

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