Philosophic Thought in France and the United States: Essays Representing Major Trends in Contemporary French and American Philosophy

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INDEX
Abelard, 223, 225
Adams, G. P., 372f., 385, 409,411, 417, 649f.
Adams, H., 345
Adams, J., 463
Adolphe, 260, 264
Aiken, 601
Ainslie, 657
Alain, 138, 252f., 265
Albee, 403
Albert the Great, 224
Alexander, H. B., 373, 649ff.
Alexander, S., 414, 468, 473
Alford, 677
Allen, 675
Allport, 607
Alphen, 309
Alquié, 37, 50, 142, 208, 217, 352
Ambrose, 561
Ames, 636f. 649
Amid, 67, 75
Amyot, 324
Amyx, 671
Anderson, P. R., 375, 651
Anderson, W. K., 651
Andler, 58
Anselm, 71, 347
Apollinaire, 290
Aquinas, 21f., 37, 57ff., 68, 89, 185, 193, 220ff., 224ff., 244f., 348, 350ff., 357f., 360, 470f., 479f., 529, 613, 615ff., 736f., 746, 754
Archambault, 236, 246
Archimedes, 511, 514
Aristotle, 48, 56, 59, 71, 89, 183ff., 196, 199ff., 222, 224, 226, 232, 270, 337, 351, 380, 392, 396ff., 465, 474, 477, 479f., 545, 589, 616, 622, 631, 736
Arnold, 273, 278
Aron, 29, 34, 36, 50, 301, 319, 344f.
Arouet, 300
Aubouin, 273, 279
Aubrey, 647, 651
Audra, 206
Augustine, 59, 138, 114, 223ff., 232, 245f., 261, 301, 413, 439, 613
Averroes, 59
Ayer, 453, 455, 459, 585, 600
Baader, 48
Babbitt, 747
Baby, 175
Bachelard, 18f., 32, 36, 47f., 50, 59, 92, 95, 101, 169, 173, 178, 182, 199, 357
Bacon, 357, 390, 658
Baldwin, 756
Balet, 661
Barcan, 548, 552f., 557
Barrett, 378, 385, 417, 651
Barth, 38, 69f., 83
Baruzi, 66
Barzin, 194
Barzun, 742
Basch, 267, 660
Bataille, 138, 143ff., 355
Bateson, 672
Baudelaire, 48, 140, 272, 283, 300
Bayer, 65, 267, 273, 278f., 349, 353, 657
Bayes, 538
Baylis, 443, 550, 561, 756
Beard, 702, 706, 719
Becker, 424
Belaval, 272, 278
Benda, 14, 285, 300
Benedict, 608, 669, 672
Benjamin, 365, 387, 520, 754
Bennett, A. A., 443, 550, 561
Bennett, C. A.649, 651
Bentham, 604, 693
Berdiaeff, 39, 68, 73
Berger, 30, 32, 48, 68, 74, 76, 83, 87, 102, 119f., 246, 349, 357, 755
Bergmann, 541, 585
Bergson, 5ff., 10f., 13f., 18, 22, 26, 30, 35f., 41f., 49, 61f., 67, 81, 92, 103, 151, 156f., 159ff., 164, 167f., 171, 173, 177ff., 187, 205f., 220f., 246, 249, 254, 259ff., 265, 271ff., 285f. 289, 291, 298, 328, 338, 341, 346, 350, 352f., 355, 357, 359, 470, 473, 534, 638
Berkeley, 58, 89, 406, 413, 428f., 470, 486
Berl, 315, 320
Bernard, St., 223, 225, 245, 357
Bernard, C., 153, 199, 398
Bernoulli, 538
Berr, 175, 309
Bersier, 278
Berthelot, 179, 191, 200
Bertocci, 651
Bespalof, 39, 54
Bidez, 56
Binswanger, 39
Birkhoff, 196, 521, 672
Bixby, 651
Bixler, 422, 651
Black, 541, 548, 561, 585, 602
Blanshard, 374, 378, 384, 386, 417, 542, 641, 652, 743
Blanché, 98, 179, 182f., 200
Blanchot, 44, 149
Blaringhem, 179
Bloch, 309
Blondel, 5, 81ff., 89ff., 101, 155, 220, 232, 236ff., 350, 357f.
Blumberg, 517
Boas, F., 669, 694
Boas, G., 389, 503, 676, 745f.
Bode, 742
Boethius, 749
Böhme, 38, 71, 347

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