Leaving the Cave: Evolutionary Naturalism in Social-Scientific Thought

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Index
Abraham, Karl, 154
academic freedom, 244
accommodation, 365, 370-71
Addams, Jane, 260
Adelhard of Bath, 20
Adler, Alfred, 154, 381
aesthetics, 273, 473-75
aggression, 162
agnosticism, 90, 121, 131, 142-43, 293, 308,
316, 317
Alcibiades, 11
Alcmaeon of Croton, 4
Alexander the Great, 14, 16, 18
Alexander II, Tsar of Russia, 172
altruism, 144, 248, 428, 435-36
analysis, 305, 426, 440
analytic philosophy, 43, 305-306
anarchism, 105, 107
Anaxagoras, 4, 39
Anaximander, 4, 483
animal faith, 282-83, 302
animism, 4, 414
anomie, 250-55, 89
anti-Semitism, 230-31, 325, 327-29, 331-32
Aquinas, Thomas, 19, 20
Arendt, Hannah, 324-44, 346, 350, 357, 410, 476, 482, 486
Arendt, Martha, 325
Aristotle, 9, 12, 15, 38, 117, 385, 449, 467, 471
Arnold, Matthew, 128, 311
Arnold, Thomas, 311
Aron, Raymond, 328
Aryan, 230, 330
assimilation, 128, 137, 365, 370-71
associationism, 49, 55, 71, 78, 137, 284
atheism, 77
Atkinson, Henry, 79, 93-94
atomism, 3, 6, 12
Auden, W.H., 324, 361
authority, 251, 335
autonomy, 99, 367
Averroës, 19, 20
Avicenna, 19
Axelrod, Robert, 437
Bachofen, John Jakob, 127, 349
Bacon, Francis, 42, 88-89, 399, 400
Bacon, Roger, 20
Bakunin, Michael, 109
Baldwin, J.M., 361, 369
Beacon Hill School, 296
Beecher, Henry Ward, 123
behaviour modification, 407-408, 413
behaviourism, 223, 261, 288, 343, 357-58, 369, 400, 403-404, 460-61
belief, 44, 49, 301-302
Bendix, Reinhard, 254
Benedictines, 20
benevolence, 52
Bentham, Jeremy, 71, 78, 94, 97
Bergson, Henri, 170, 205-16, 217, 219, 221, 225, 226, 228, 243, 258, 259, 261, 263, 266, 270, 293, 310, 339, 362, 478, 486
Bernard, Claude, 175
Bettelheim, Bruno, 166
Binet, Alfred, 363
Black, Dora, 295-96
blind watchmaker, 421, 431
Blucher, Heinrich, 328
bourgeoisie, 103, 106-107, 109, 110
Brecht, Bertolt, 332
Breuer, Josef, 152, 153
Bridges, Robert, 280
Bronte, Charlotte, 75, 82
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 93
Buddhism, 3, 7, 123, 467, 470, 473
bureaucratization, 235, 246, 354
Burt, Cyril, 363
Byatt, A.S., 380
Byzantine civilization, 19
Caesar, Julius, 14
Calvin, John, 31
capitalism, 246, 250, 252, 354
Capri, Fritjof, 426, 439
Carnegie, Andrew, 131
Castelio, Sebastian, 24
Cato the Younger, 32, 34
causality, 8, 9, 39, 41, 49, 50-51, 53-54, 55, 57, 78-79, 98-99, 129, 143, 159, 170, 218,

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