The Faces of Reason: An Essay on Philosophy and Culture in English Canada, 1850-1950

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GENERAL INDEX
Aberhart, William, 22, 24, 450ff.
Absolute and God, 157, 346, 348, 353
absolute idealism, 407
Absolute, the, 157, 286, 341, 342, 346, 347, 348, 359, 487
absolutism, 286
abstract universal, 239
Acadia University, 30, 63, 177, 207
Acklom, George Moreby, on Blewett, 364, 375
action, 172, 226; from principle, 268
actions, causes of, 76
Adam, 47, 485
Adelaide, the Queen Dowager, 39
advancement, of races of men, 372
Alberta, 322, 388, 389, 397, 430; its political situation in mid-1930s, 452
Alexander, xxiv
Alexander, Samuel, 294
Alexandrian Platonists, 38
Alger, Horatio, 57
altruism, 380-87, 424
America, and the Philippines, 212
American constitutionalism, 131
American culture, different from Canadian, 183, 184, 185, 393
American democracy, 37
American higher education, 211
American idealism, 30
American Philosophical Association, 449
American philosophy, 13, and J. B. Stallo, 14; and Peter Kauffman, 14
American revolution, 462; British attitude towards, 3
Americans in Alberta, xxiii
analytic, nature of, 309
Anderson, Fulton, 457
Anglicanism, 35, 61, 435; of James Beaven, 1
Anselm, St., 49, 306
antinomies, Kant's, 306
Apostolical succession, 39
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 48, 49, 50, 51, 56, 109, 273, 304, 329, 376, 475, 480, 487, 488, 498, 501, 502; his model of knowledge, 491; on faith and reason, 8
Arab philosophy, 10, 483, 488, 491, 501
arbitration courts, Murray on, 109, 116
Aristoteleanism, 83
Aristotle, 7, 49, 50, 55, 56, 81, 82, 126, 139, 198, 238, 270, 273, 329, 354, 412, 483, 500, 501, 502; and Arab philosophers, 485, 488
armaments, manufacture of, 111
associationism, 149, 150
atheism, 45
atomists, Greek, 181
Augustine, Aurelius, 72, 79,82, 176, 181, 279, 360, 374, 488, 491
Augustinianism, 490
authority, public, 237
Averroes, 490
Aztecs, 465
Bacon, Francis, 291, 373, 375, 376
bagpipes, 2
Bain, Alexander, 99, 437
Baldwin Bill, the, 478, 479
Balzac, H., 375

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