The Renaissance and Seventeenth-Century Rationalism

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Index of subjects

a
activity 325 , 328 , 335
affects 318-19 , 324-5 , 328
aggregates 386-8 , 392 , 400-1 , 406
anaclastic 170
analysis 107-8 , 183-5 , 247 , 279-80
animals:
behaviour of 215 , 368-9 , 371-2 , 389 , 409-10
apperception 408 , 410
appetite 259 , 327 , 334 , 336
appetition 397
Aristotelianism:
Renaissance attitude to 19-26 , 29-30 , 35 , 37-42 , 79-80
Arminianism 330
ars inveniendi148
astrology 34 , 40
astronomy:
Aristotelian 111
atomism 130-1 , 153 , 244 , 248-50 , 255 , 288 , 356
attribute 285-7 , 291-2 , 327
automata 215-16 , 230-1
aversion 260
axioms 280

b
Bible, interpretation of 329 , 331-2
body:
action on other bodies 350 , 354 , 356 , 362-4 , 368 ;
most simple 288 ;
relations with mind;
see mind

c
Cabbala 45-6 , 74
Calvinism, Dutch 276 , 313 , 318-19
canons:
Epicurean 244-6 ;
Gassendi’s 246-7 , 251
Cartesian circle 211-12
causality:
Descartes’ views on 176 , 211 ;
Leibniz’s views on 405 ;
rationalist theory of 283-4 , 293 , 306 ;
Spinoza’s views on 283-4 , 293 , 306 ;
transparent to intellect 223-5
cause:
efficient 125 , 250 , 293-4 , 350 ;
equivocal 353 ;
final 125 , 293-4 , 324 ;
general 366 ;
immanent 293 ;
occasional 351 , 353-4 , 367-8 , 374 , 375 ;
of itself 282-3 ;
primary 317 ;
procatarctic 351 ;
proximate 338 ;
remote 353 ;
secondary 317 , 319 , 373
true 364 , 366-7 ;
univocal 353
celestial region 125
certainty 202 , 205
change:
substratum of 386
Christianity:
Renaissance philosophy and 4
clocks 105 ;
analogy of 359-60 , 374-5
cogito ergo sum169 , 193 , 207-9 , 210 , 217 , 301 , 358 , 411
cognition 258-9 , 260
Collegiants 275
compassion 343-4 , 371
compatibilism 9
composition 42 , 109 , 247
conatus294-5 , 324 , 327
concept:
complete 390-5 , 405
consciousness 219 , 220-1 , 225
constructivism 147 , 154
continuity, law of 409
contract:
political 266 , 329 , 335-8 , 343
contradiction:
principle of 72 , 193
co-operation:
human 333-5 , 336 , 338
Copernican theory 49 , 110-13 , 118 , 120 , 126

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