INDEX
Abstractness: contrasted with concreteness, 123-24; criteria for, 124-26; interest in, 132-32; of the speculative-empirical cycle, 157-73, Ch. 5 passim
Act, radically originative reflection as, 97
Action and philosophy, 235, 236
Action (expression) in art, 237
Actuality and potentiality, 221
Affective Complex, 155, 231, 236
Affective nature, Ch. 3 passim
Analytic a priori, 94, 113, 114
Analytic movement: and metaphysics, 4; and philosophical revolution, 4-7; and perfect language, 5; and search for philosophic specialty, 5; ordinary language phase of, 5-7
Analytic-synthetic dispute, 147
Analytic truth, 67
Anamnēsis. See Recollection
Angst, 31
Apollo, 125
A posteriori, 113-14
Appeals. See Criteria
A priori, modified sense of, 111-13
A priori structures, 128
Aristotle: doctrine of Causation, 42, 43, 199, 213, 217, 223; "this," 74; theory of knowledge, 87; on sensation, 107; Categories, 127; on substance or entity (ousia), 145, 146, 205; view of species, 187; on the soul, 214; doctrine of essence, 217; on rational potencies, 219; on potentiality and actuality, 221; theory of individuation, 224
Art, 237-38, 246
Aspects: defined, 159-61; recognition of, 160
Autonomy of reason. See Creative autonomy, responsibility of reason
Awareness: alleged passivity of, 84; originative character of, 57, 58; Cognitive, 136. See also Awareness and Understanding
Awareness and Understanding: their continuity, 63-67, 74-83passim, 86, 114, 128, 130, 131, Chs. 4, 5 passim; their distinction within framework, 64, 74; reason as productive or originative of, 70, Chs. 4, 5, 6 passim; deliberate diremption of, 124, 132, 164; in vague pre-reflective state, 130, 133
Axiomatized systems, 155
Being: unauthenticated view of, 36, 41-49; relation to causation, 43, 197-216; latencies of, 47; as common or general, 77, 80, 135; in-

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