An Introduction to Bradley's Metaphysics

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INDEX
absolute, the:
appearance and 50, 136-41, 150-5
beyond understanding 36-7
idealist nature of 124, 133-4
immediate experience and 14, 73
satisfaction and 5
abstraction 58, 86, 90, 103, 143
Acton, H. B.150 n.
Allard, J.51
appearance:
Bradley's use of term 135-6
grades of 145, 149-50
relation to absolute 136-41, 150-5
Augustine122-3
Ayer, A. J.45, 47-8, 53
Bergson, H.12
Berkeley, G.128-9, 132
Bosanquet, B.16, 24, 31, 143, 157, 164
Broad, C. D.51, 92
Caird, E.156
Campbell, C. A.159
Candlish, S.7-8, 41-2, 164-5
coherence and comprehensiveness 38-9
contraiety and contradiction 4, 26, 38, 44, 46-8, 49-55
Cook Wilson, J.93
Copleston, F.158
Cresswell, M. J.11n., 14, 124-5, 157, 164
definite description 74-5
demonstratives 72-4
Descartes, R.9, 15, 31
Eliot, T. S.2, 135 n.
empiricism 2, 10, 13-14, 39, 157, 164-5
ethics 5, 36
existence and content 12, 32, 33, 36, 66, 142
facts:
bare facts 13-14, 39-41
negative facts 45-6
Foster, M. B.137, 150n., 153
foundationalism 15-16, 27, 44, 51
Frege, G.61, 66
geometry 119-20
Green, T. H.2, 156
Grünbaum, A.117
Hegel, G. W. F.:
abstract identity 48
Bradley's critique of 9, 14, 25, 26, 31, 32, 36-7, 57-8
on demonstratives 72
dialectic 19, 54
formal logic 19, 25
idealism 126-7
identity-in-difference 55 n. introduction into England2
on thought and reality 9-10, 12, 30, 57, 159-60
Hegelianism 30, 37, 55n., 56, 157, 165
Herbart, J. F.2, 69-70, 156
Hume, D.160-1
ideas:
floating ideas 63, 143-4, 67 n. general and abstract 35, 40, 58, 67, 69-75
symbolic nature 17, 32-3, 67
ideal experiment 15, 16-19, 128
idealism:
Bradley's arguments for 132-4
objective 125-7
presupposed 124-5
relations and 132-4
subjective 125, 127-32
identity:
abstract identity 48-9, 55, 65, 80, 82
identity-in-difference 55-6, 57, 81-2
predication and 64-5, 79-81

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An Introduction to Bradley's Metaphysics
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations viii
  • 1- Methodology and Metaphysics 1
  • 2- Identity and Contradiction 28
  • 3- Subject and Predicate 57
  • 4- Terms and Relations 84
  • 5- Space and Time 112
  • 6- Idealism and the Absolute 124
  • 7- The Absolute And Its Appearances 135
  • 8- System and Scepticism 156
  • References 166
  • Index 173
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