Values and Intentions: A Study in Value-Theory and Philosophy of Mind

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INDEX
Abnormality (sexual), 278
Absolute values, 250, 372
Abstract beauty, 247
Abstraction, 63, 78
Achievement preferences, 163
Achtung, 216
Acte gratuit, 218
Action, 189
Activity, 50, 136
--, mental, 137-45
Activity-wants, 158
Aeshetic debasement, 253-4
-- feebleness, 252
-- individuality, 347
-- reality, 252
-- value, 228, 249-50
-- wants, 157
Affinity, 33, 50, 422
Agitators, 362
Agreement, 230, 272
Albigenses, 410
Amphibiousness, 32
Ampliative inference, 106-7
Analogy, 79
-- of inner experience, 27, 51, 73, 220, 260
Angelico, Fra , 253
Angels, 234
Anglo-Hegelians, 43, 106
Animal consciousness, 62, 68, 102, 111, 147, 150, 297, 310, 322, 348
Anscombe, E., 142 n.
Antinomy, 134 --, in religion, 400
Apartheid, 362
Appropration (of punishment), 314
Approvability of belief, 113-34
-- of valuation, 211-12, 225
Approval, 189
Aquinas, T., 403
Arbitrariness, 204, 232, 259, 263, 285
Arguments in punishment, 321
Aristotle , 36, 54, 82, 142, 151, 172, 179, 201, 270, 346, 350, 370, 387, 391, 409-10, 419-20, 427, 431
Asceticism, 266, 280
As-if explanation, 150-1
Aspects, 77-8
Assent (in belief), 100, 186, 225
'Atmosphere', 30
Augustine, St, 376
Aussereinander, 31
Austin, J., 17, 192, 194, 420
Authenticity, 256
Aversion, see Not-wanting
Bad, 222
Badness, aesthetic, 252-3
--, of injustice, 289]
-- and obligation, 426
Baseness, 333-4
Beauty, 244, 256
--, abstract, 247
Behaviour, 32, 34, 50-1, 60, 69-70, 270
Behaviourism, 273
Belief, 93-134, 181, 184-5, 264
Benevolence, 274-5
Bentham, J., 22, 235-7, 329, 426, 433
Berkeley, G., 260
Bernoulli, J., 125
Bertrand's problem, 127
Better, 222
Betterment, 325-6, 393-4
Bewährung, 116
'Bleen', 122
Bodily knowledge, 173-3
Body, 174
Bosanquet, B. , 90
Bosch, Hieronymus , 327
Bracketing, 101-2, 107, 109-10, 184, 254, 400
Brahman, 269, 406
Braithwaite, R. B. , 419
Brentano, F., 16, 25, 35-43, 93, 136, 155-6, 424, 427
Buddhism, 166, 277, 320, 406, 416
Butler, J., 191, 221, 397
Caprice, 187, 219
Categorical attractiveness, 336
-- imperative, 312, 423
Catholicism, 409-10, 413
Causality, 141-5, 176, 198-200, 285-6, 373
Chances, Theory of, 117, 121, 128-9, 134, 288, 293
Character, 183, 186-7, 371
-- building, 392
Cheapening, 248, 329, 355, 434
Chisholm, R., 95 n.
Choice, 163, 185, 190, 194
Christianity, 320, 358, 390, 408, 416
Clash of interests, 306-7
Clearness, conscious, 47-51, 58-9, 241, 246
Cognition, 45-6, 95, 175, 180, 207-8, 228, 230, 235, 241-2, 261
Coherence, 104-7, 118, 122, 261-3
Common sense, 130
Communication, 88-9, 130, 220, 224, 258

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