INDEX
NOTATIONS: n indicates reference is to footnote; leading references are italicized.
A
Abelard, 415
Achilles, 77-82
Æschylus, 28, 407
Albee, E., 200n
Alcibiades, 327
Alexander, S., 113, 146n, 339, 349, 365, 369,419,427
Anger, 83-85
Anselm, 415
Antigone, 208, 209
Aquinas, 415, 527
Aristippus, 162-166
Aristotle, 13, 31, 44, 58, 59, 63, 68, 79, 92, 95, 100, 103, 105, 147, 149n; (and the functional method) 241- 247, 248, 254, 262-263, 304, 329, 332, 335, 337, 344-346, 353, 538
Arnold, M., 340, 544-5
Art and ÆSthetics, 11-16, 22-23, 154, (as a moral sanction)
Augustus, his "Genius," 546
Aurelius, Marcus, 35, 364
Austin, 12, 21n, 428-429, 495, 498, 499

B
Bacon, Lord, 515
Bagehot, W., 37-38
Bahaism, 546
Bain, A., 71n, 455
Baldwin, J. M., 81
Beauty, see Art and Æsthetics
Behavior, see Conduct
Behaviorism, 26, 43-45
Bentham, J., 31, 176, 177-187, 426-427, 443, 460, 466, 475-476, 552
Bergson, H., 37, 63, 414
Bickersteth, G. L., 88n
Blackstone, 283, 381
Bosanquet, B., 134, 532n
Bossuet, 148, 534
Bouglé, C., 147n, 148n, 542n
Boutroux, E., 38-39
Bradley, F. H., 267
Brentano, F., 296
Brevshovsky, Mme, 366
Brown, 175
Browning, R., 351, 529
Brutus, Lucius Junius, 263
Brutus, Marcus, 215-216
Bryce, Lord, 392
Buddha, 62, 400
Buddhism, 548
Bunyan, J., 419
Burdick, F. M., 389n
Burnet, J., 512n
Bury, J. B., 412, 421
Butler, J., 52, 64, 78-79, 286, 293, 294, 298, 343, 359, 368, 387, 428, 456, 464; (doctrine of conscience) 477-483, 550
Byron, Lord, 472

C
Cabot, R. C., 440n
Caesar, J., 215-16, 358; 431
Calvin, J., 431
Cambridge Platonists, 159
Carlyle, T., 397, 472
Categorical imperative, 224-226
Celibacy, 368
Chagrin, 29
Character and emotions, 87-88; formation of, 254-257, 267, 522; rehabilitation of, 391-402; and reputation, 471-472; and virtue, 556.
Charmides, 327
Christ, 419, 548, 554, 557
Christianity, 273, 298, 543, 548
Cicero, 165, 213, 297, 452, 472, 488, 534
Civil War, 324-325
Clarke, S., 273
Compte, 7, 419, 513, 545
Condoreet, 414
Conduct, moral: 3, 4, 19, 49, 90; individuality of, 19-23; universality of, 23-26; Spencer on, 193-198; Plato on, 235-237; Aristotle on, 244- 247; rules of, 275-288; and moral knowledge, 291-305; non-moral, 17- 19, 28, 335; as behavior, 37, 82-83, 141, 425-428; as habit, 63-67, 313- 316, 386-387; control of, 26, 62-76; and discipline, 355-356. See also:

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