Inquiry into Inquiries: Essays in Social Theory

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Index of Names
Compiled by Julius Altman
Abelard, 123
Allport, F., 232-233
Ames, A., Jr., 349, 351-353
Aristotle, 270, 310, 317
Bacon, F., 310
Baker, R. P., 19
Baldwin, J. M., 13f., 16-17, 19, 26, 207f.
Bartley, S. H., 273, 274f., 275, 281-283
Beard, C. A., xi
Bender, W., 117f.
Benjamin, A. C., 118f.
Bentley, A. F., see listings under titles of his book in subject index
Bentley, M., xiii, 187f.
Bergson, H., 16, 248
Berkeley, G., 208, 250
Bernard, C., 197
Bertelanffy, L., 340f., 349-351
Bloomfield, L., 264., 347
Blumberg, A., 102, 107f., 110-112
Bohr, N., 349-350, 352
Boole, G., 310
Bragg, W., 273
Bradford, V., 43
Brett, G. S., 233f.
Bridgman, P. W., xii, xiii, 82f., 108, 111f., 116-128, 131, 134-139, 150, 177, 205, 295, 309., 349-350
Brotherston, B. W., 231
Brouwer, L. E. J., 54, 56f., 57, 98
Brown, J. F., 165f., 187f., 200f., 219
Brunswik, E., 165., 209
Burrow, T., 201f.
Campbell, C. M., 159f.
Campbell, J., 272
Cantor, G., 35, 98
Cantril, H., 349, 351
Carnap, R., Chap. XVIII, 101-110, 118f., 165f., 227, 277f.
Carrel, A., 76f., 94f., 228
Cassirer, E., 247f.
Chapman, J.J., 113, 251f.
Chase, S., 149f.
Chistwek, L., xii
Church, A., Chap. XVII, 320-324
Coghill, G.F., 157f., 180
Commons, J.R., xv, 151-152
Comte, A., 40
Condon, E.U., 339f.
Darrow, K., 117f.
Darwin, C., xiv, xvi, 14, 192, 198, 207, 221, 234, 238-240, 258, 261, 290, 311, 343
Descartes, R., 67, 74f., 28, 270, 283
Dewey, J., ix, x, xii-xvi, 14f., 16-18, 20-26, 104-105, 107, 150f., 173-174, 191f., 199- 201, 205-206, 209, 221, 231-234, 238-239, 242f., 243, 245-246, 248, 249f., 258-262, 264, 277f., 283, 286f., 287, 289f., 304, 310, 318, 320-321, 323, 325, 331, 338-339, 347-348
Dirac, P.A.M., 133
Dobzhansky, T., 349, 351
Dunlap, K., 230
Durkheim, E., x, 66, 149f.
Eddington, A., 175, 178
Einstein, A., xi, 67-69, 74, 82, 117, 122, 136, 144f., 215, 293, 305, 348-350
Ely, R.T., ix
Euclid, 91-93, 317
Evans, G.C., 53f., 99-100
Faraday, M., 348
Feigl, H., 102, 108f., 110-111, 118f.
Fermi, E., 133
Fisher, I., 53f.
Fite, W., 17
Fraenkel, A.A., 98
Frege, G.L.G., 310, 343
Freud, S., 152, 181, 190, 196, 209, 231f.
Frolov, Y.P., 157f.
Galileo, G., 179, 311
Gibbs, J.W., 93
Goethe, 355
Goldstein, K., 201f.
Goodell, H., 210f.
Grassmann, H.G., 93
Grote, G., 243
Gumplowicz, L., x, 228
Halstead, G.B., 15f.
Hamilton, W., 123
Hamilton, W.H., 152f.
Hardy, J.D., 210f.

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