Beyond Realism and Idealism

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INDEX OF SUBJECTS
DIALECTIC (and dialectical method), 7, 30, 123 ff., in Plato, 133; in Hegel, 133; negation in, 125 ff.; dialectical synthesis, 125, 130; dialectical insight, 122, 130, 132; dialectic and epistemological problems, 16, 29, 111, 179 ff., 206, 228; and transcendence of realism and idealism, 135, 137 ff., 228; and truth, 156, 160 f.; objections to, 149 ff.
IDEALISM, in the European tradition, 43 ff.; in modern philosophy, 257 ff.; definitions of, 22, 38 f; driving force of, 38 ff., 136, 215, 218; natural, 40 f.; subjective, 47 ff.; absolute, 58 f.; logical, 58 f.; axiological, 63 f., 210; 'refutations' of, 88, 103 ff., 178 ff.; irrefutable element in, 68 f.; and physical science, 176 f., 185 f.; dialectic of, 140 ff.
IDEALISTIC MINIMUM, 69, 141, 221.
INTELLIGIBILITY, presuppositions of, 243, 246, 261, 263; in theories of knowledge, 49, 54, 56, 246; and communication, 144 ff.; axiom of, 255.
INTENTION, epistemological, 24, 32, 38, 46; in idealism, 74, 94, 219; in realism, 72, 94.
LOGIC AND THE METALOGICAL, 115 n., 127.
LOGICAL CONTRADICTION AND METALOGICAL OPPOSITION, 127, 130, 132, 137, 159.
NATURALISM, 144, 195, 219, 227, 230; evolutionary, 193 f., 235 f., 242, 259; and realism, 230, 234, 249 f.; and idealism, 211, 227, 229, 257; limits of, 227 f., 237.
Philosophia perennis,242 f; cognitive presuppositions of, 246 ff.; realism and idealism in, 246 f., 249 ff., 255; value and being in, 247, 251 f.
POSITIVISM (LOGICAL) AND REALISM AND IDEALISM, 27 ff., 101, 107.
REALISM, in the European tradition, 74 f.; in modern philosophy, 20 f.; definitions of, 72 ff.; resistance of, 25, 72 ff., 136, 179, 215; natural, 77, 169; representative, 80 ff., 169; critical, 83 f., 170; new realism, 88 ff.; 'refutations' of, 106 ff.; the irrefutable element in, 94 f.; and modern science, 169 ff.; dialectic of, 138 ff.
REALISTIC MINIMUM, 96, 138, 145, 221.
REALISM AND IDEALISM, as life forms of reason, 25, 36, 98, 240; in history of philosophy, 16 ff., 241; in physical science, 164, 183 ff.; in social and humanistic sciences, 190 ff., 197; transcendence of, 32, 97, 99 ff., 110, 184, 209; conciliation of, 116 ff., 143 f., 228, 237; synthesis of, 255; and communication, 143 ff.; and logical positivism, 27 ff.; in value theory, 188 ff.
VALUES, Cognitive, 16, 25, 63 ff., 96, 115, 117, 129 E, 136, 255; in realism, 107, 114; in idealism, 110, 114; objectivity of, 204 f., 209, 234; realism of, 203 ff.; and being, 251, 255.

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