Transfinite Life: Oskar Goldberg and the Vitalist Imagination

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Index
Adam Kadmon, 21, 79, 83 85, 103, 121, 127, 143, 155; Molitor’s theory of, 244–245. See also Kabbalah; transcendental organism
Adler, H[ans] G[ünther], xvi, xvii, xxx n11
Adorno, Theodor, xxvi–xxvii, 206; vitalism critiqued by, 220–224
Albertazzi, Lilliana, 10
Antliff, Mark, xviii
Baader, Franz von, 241
Badiou, Alain, 44; on Cantorian set theory, 71n48, 152–153; on Deleuze, 87–88; on the logic of worlds, 65
Bastian, Adolf, 34n5, 79–81
Benjamin, Walter, xiv, xvii, xxiv, xxxiii n32, 164, 169; and Scholem, 178–181; and Unger, 14, 37n39, 82, 178–181
Bergson, Henri, xiv; Goldberg’s critique of, 85–88
Bertalanffy, Ludwig von, 25, 40n72, 42
Biale, David, 173, 199n7
Bolzano, Bernard, xxii, 44
Brentano, Franz, xxi, xxvii; on Aristotle’s psychology, 8–9, 12–14, 38n49, 39n61, 94, 108; influence of, 9, 209; on substantial wholes, 9–11. See also imagination; psychophysics
Buber, Martin, 168, 181
Burchardt, Elsa, 173
Canguilhem, George, xxvii–xxviii, 206; on vitalism, 210–212, 222
Cantor, Georg, 42–44, 80, 153, 193; Frege and, 177; and Naturphilosophie, xvii–xviii, xxii; theorem of, 51, 70n38, 71n44; on transfinite numbers, 49–53, 54, 70n37, 145. See also Badiou, Alain; discontinuity principle; transfinite numbers
Cardoso, Abraham Miguel, 167–168, 175. See also Scholem, Gershom
Caspary, Adolf, xiii, xxix n3, 195
Cassirer, Ernst, xxii, 49; Form and Function, 45–46; Language and Myth, 104–106; Leibniz’s system, 6–7, 44–47; and Naturphilosophie, 6–7
Cheah, Pheng, xix, 232n54
Cohen, Hermann, xxii, xxvi, 7, 44, 78–79; and neo-Naturphilosophie, 8
Cult, and ancient gods, 136–137, 188–189
Dacqué, Edgar, 156n13
Dedekind, Richard, xxii, 88–89, 153
Deleuze, Gilles, 87–88
Derrida, Jacques, 205, 230n8
discontinuity principle: and Abraham’s break with biocentric gods, 145–150; and Badiou’s concept of the event, 71n48, 152–154; defined,152; and Mt. Sinai, 152–154; and Sabbath, 192–193. See also Hebrew metaphysics; transcendental organism
Dornseiff, Franz, xxx n4, 62
Driesch, Hans, xv, xvii, xxi, xxiii, xxvi, 3, 4, 6, 9, 11, 25, 42; and Brentano, 12, 38n49; on the entelechy, 1, 17, 19–24, 26, 57; on epigenesis, 15–17; on life after death, 22–23; Philosophy and Science of the Organism, 19–21; Rosen and, 37n41; sea urchin egg experiments of, 14–17; Theory of Reality, 22–24; and Weismann, 14
Durkheim, Emile, 115n65
Ehrenfels, Christian von, 9, 36n27
Einstein, Albert, xiii, 29, 31
Eisler, Robert, xxx n4, xxxiii n37; and Goldberg, 74n84; on gematria, 73n72
Engel, Erich, xx
entelechy. See under Driesch, Hans
epigenesis, 15–16. See also under Driesch, Hans
Fechner, Gustav, 8, 29–30, 48
Fenves, Peter, 200n42
Ferreirós, José, 47
Fliess, Wilhelm, 6
Frege, Gottlob, 177
Freud, Sigmund, 9, 10, 209–210

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