The Rise of Modern Philosophy

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INDEX
a priori vs a posteriori 102, 157–8
Abelard 314
Absolute 106, 329–31
accidents, real 170–2, 181
actuality vs potentiality 171
Adam & Eve 304
Adrian VI, Pope 5
adultery 280
aether 174
afterlife 230
agnosticism 308, 323
Alembert, Jean d' 85, 90–2, 94–5
Alexander the Great 196–7
alienation 270
altruism 259
ambulo, ergo sum 121
America 78, 302
American Indians 16, 78, 248–9, 281
analogies, in Kant 207
analogy 182
analytic geometry 42
analytic vs synthetic 103, 157–8, 196
analytic, transcendental 104–5
angels 199
animals 14–15, 49, 119, 212–4, 216, 219–20
anticipations of perception 160
antinomies 105–6, 177–9
Antoninus St 249
ants 15
appearance vs reality 161, 203
apperception 145, 234, 241
appetition 233
Aquinas, Thomas 7, 162, 170, 177, 194, 199, 246, 303, 316–7
architect of cosmos 327–9
Aristotle xiii. 8, 12, 22–3, 68–9, 71, 98, 165–8, 177, 200, 246, 267, 294
arm, movement of 59
Arminius 20
Arnauld, Antoine 37, 58, 72
artificial virtues 263
Association of ideas 82, 154
atheism 48, 93
atomism 71, 172–3, 178, 199, 208, 306
attribute 190–3
attributes of God, infinite 311
Aubrey, John 42, 46
Augsburg confession 9
Augustine St 177–8, 209, 313
autocracy 273–5
autonomy 267
Avicenna 97
Bacon, Francis 26–32, 168
Bañez Domingo 19
barometer 172
Bayle, Pierre 90
beauty 108
beginning of existence 205
beginning of world 178
Being 113, 181–2
belief 82, 153–4
Bellarmine, Robert 22–4, 168
benevolence 262–3, 266

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