A History of Philosophy in America, 1720-2000

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Index
Absolute Pragmatism 163 , 175
Achieving Our Country (Rorty) 280
Active and the Moral Powers (Stewart) 60
Adams, John 27 , 33
Addams, Jane (1860-1934) 167 , 181 , 197
Adler, Mortimer 226
Adorno, Theodor (1903-69) 229-30
African-Americans 265
Against Liberalism (Kekes) 269
Age of Reason (Paine) 28
Aids to Reflection (Coleridge) 75 , 76 , 89
amateurs 1-3 , 49 , 75-94 , 107-10 , 129
American Catholic Philosophical Association 227
American Law Review130
American Philosophical Association 112 , 226 , 227 , 240 , 251 , 252 , 259 , 264 , 273
and pluralism 264-80
and rankings 266
survey of 267-8
American Psychological Association 112
Ames, Edward 182
Analysis of Knowledge and Valuation (Lewis) 221 , 245
analytic, see a priori
Analytic philosophy 246-7 , 257-8 , 261-6 , 272-7
Andover Theological Seminary 1 , 38 , 50-1 , 77 , 107
Angell, James 182
antinomianism 6
a priori:
and analytic 215 , 219 , 234 , 248 , 252-3
pragmatic 215
synthetic 63 , 219-20
'Are We Automata?' (James) 152
Arendt, Hannah (1906-75) 240 , 247
Arminius, Jacob (1560-1609)
views of 6 , 7
heresy of 15 , 20 , 47 , 50-1 , 56 , 80
Art of Loving (Fromm) 230
Aspects of Scientific Explanation (Hempel) 269
Austin, John (1911-60) 243 , 244 , 247
Authoritarian Personality230
Autobiography (Franklin) 37
Ayer, Alfred (1910-1989) 232 , 243 , 245 , 247 , 258
Bacon, Francis (1561-1626) 62
Bain, Alexander (1818-1903) 127 , 130 , 131 , 141
Bakunin, Michael 89
Barnes, Hazel 239
Barrett, William (1913-92) 238 , 239 , 240-1
Battle of the Absolute 163
Baur, Ferdinand 89
Beard, Charles 197
Becker, Carl 197
behaviorism, see psychology
Bellamy, Joseph (1719-90) xii , 38 , 40 , 42 , 44 , 47
Berger, Peter 271
Bergmann, Gustav 233
Berkeley, George (1685-1753) 11 , 12 , 13 , 46 , 47 , 115 , 118-19
and Edwards 11-12
and Peirce 136
views of 9-10 , 48-9
Berlin, Isaiah (1909-97) 243 , 247
Bible 6-8 , 14 , 28 , 62
criticism of 99 , 102-4
and Darwin 99 , 104 , 109

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