Being-in-the-World: Selected Papers of Ludwig Binswanger

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INDEX
"abnormal" behavior, 249-250
"abnormal" existence, 214
abnormality, suffering as, 57
absolutizing, of decisions, 347-348
abstraction, explanation and, 39
Aeschylus, 236, 328
affect, symbol and, 78-80
aggression, destruction and, 200; symbols and, 73
"alien power," surrender to, 263‐ 264, 291, 311
allegory, vs. symbolism, 81
anal-eroticism, 64, 72
anality, 64
analytic of existence, Heidegger's, 2I0-221
Angel, Ernest, viii, 26 n., 46 n., 59 n., 90 n., 112 n., 142 n.
Angewiesenheit, 98
answerableness, 101 n.
anthropocentrism, enlightened, 6
Anthropolog, man as, 26
anthropology, Freud's concept of man in light of, 149-179; homo natura and, 166-179; meaning of term, 149; psychology and, 185; totality of subject in, 342
anxiety, affect of, 337; autism and, 337-339; in case of Lola Voss, 267, 286, 314; of "earthbound," 345; "escaping" and, 300; of event, 114; existential, 311, 322, 337; freedom and, 142; "free-floating," 319; "nothingness" of, 348; primal existential, 297; vs. self-determination, II5; "uncanniness" and, 306; vicious circle of, 118; world-design and, 298-299
aphasia, 196
a priori, existential, see Existential A Priori
a priori categories, power of, 119
a priori knowledge, 14; Kant on, 10
Aristotle, 200, 211, 216
"asthenic affect," 225
astronomy, Ptolemaic, 41
Augustine, 152, 240
autism, 288 n., 310; anxiety and, 337‐ 339
automatic repetition, 109-110
Baader, Franz von, 152, 160
Bachelard, Gaston, 323, 345 n.
"bad faith," Sartre's concept of, 96
Baines, Cecil M., 48 n., 50 n., 62 n.
Baines, H. G., 62 n.
Barrett, William, 121 n.
Befindlichkeit, 98, 115, 118, 160
behaviorism, 49
being, as meaning, 122; problem of, 3; Sartre's concept of, 129-135; source of, 6; understanding of, 21
"being-alive," 101 n.
Being and Nothingness (Sartre), 96
being-at-something, 303
being-beyond-the-world, 219, 343
"being carried," 346-347
"being-concerned-with-beings," 21
being-done-to, 176
being-driven-about, 315-316
being-in-advance-of-itself, 214

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