The Tragic Sense of Life in Men and in Peoples

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INDEX
ÆSCHYLUS, 246
Alexander of Aphrodisias, 88
Amiel, 18, 68, 228
Anaxagoras, 143
Angelo of Foligno, 289
Antero de Quintal, 240, 315
Ardigo, Roberto, 238
Aristotle, 1, 21, 80, 144, 165, 171, 232, 235
Arnold, Matthew, 103
Athanasius, 63-65
Avenarius, Richard, 144, 310
de Ayala, Ramón Pérez, 303
Bacon, 310
Balfour, A. J., 27
Balmes, 84, 85
Bergson, 144, 328
Berkeley, Bishop, 87, 146
Besant, Mrs. A., 291
Boccaccio, 52
Böhme, Jacob, 227, 297
Bonnefon, 250, 254
Bossuet, 226, 231
Brooks, Phillips, 76, 190
Browning, Robert, 112, 181, 249, 254
Brunetière, 103, 298
Brunhes, B., 235,237, 238
Bruno, 301, 329
Büchner, 95
Butler, Joseph, 5, 6, 87
Byron, Lord, 94, 102, 103, 132
CalderU+0F3n, 39, 268, 323
Calvin, 121, 246
Campanella, 301
Carducci, 102, 306
Carlyle, 231, 298
Catherine of Sienna, 289
Cauchy, 236
Cervantes, 220, 306
Channing, W. E., 78
Cicero, 165, 216, 221
Clement of Alexandria, 32
Cortés, Donoso, 74
Costa, Joaquin, 309
Cournot, 192, 217, 222, 306
Cowper, 43
Croce, Benedetto, 313, 318
Dante, 42, 51, 140, 223, 233, 256, 295
Darwin, 72, 147
Descartes, 34, 86, 107, 224, 237, 293, 310, 312
Diderot, 99
Diego de Estella, 304
Dionysius the Areopagite, 160
Domingo de Guzmán, 289
Duns Scotus, 76
Eckhart, 289
Empedocles, 61
Erasmus, 112, 301
Erigena, 160, 167
Fénelon, 224
Fichte, 8, 29
Flaubert, 94, 219
Fouillée, 261
Fourier, 278
Francesco de Sanctis, 220
Francke, August, 120
Franklin, 248
Galileo, 72, 267, 302
Ganivet, Angel, 313
de Gaultier, Jules, 328
Goethe, 218, 264, 288, 299, 309
Gounod, 56
Gratry, Père, 236
Haeckel, 95
Harnack, 59, 64, 65, 69, 75
Hartmann, 146
Hegel, 5, 111, 170, 294, 309, 310
Heraclitus, 165
Hermann, 69, 70, 77, 165, 217
Herodotus, 140
Hippocrates, 143
Hodgson, S. H., 30
Holberg, 109
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 257, 311
Hume, David, 79, 86, 104, 310
Hume, Martin A. S., 312
Huntingdon, A. M., 298
James, William, 5, 81, 86
Jansen, 121
Juan de los Angeles, 1, 207, 286
Juan de la Cruz, 67, 289, 293
Justin Martyr, 63
Kaftan, 68, 222
Kant, Immanuel, 3, 4, 11, 13, 67, 68, 73, 79, 114, 143, 166, 294,310,311,317
à Kempis, 51, 99, 277
Kierkegaard, 3, 109, 115, 123, 153,178, 198, 257, 287, 327
Krause, 294
Lactantius, 59, 74, 165, 169

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