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Posted 14 August 2011 - 06:01 AM

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Magnitude. See Quantity.

Mathematics. See Arithmetic; Algebra; Geometry; Calculus; Functions; Sets; Numbers; Probability; Logic and Mathematics; Axioms, Mathematical; Deduction in Mathematics; Induction, Mathematical; Relations, Mathematical; Existence, Mathematical; Infinity, Mathematical; Ontology of Mathematical Objects; Realism, Mathematical; Truth, Mathematical; Thought, Mathematical; Certainty of Mathematics; Necessity, Mathematical; Possibility, Mathematical; Science v. Mathematics; Science, Mathematics in; Unity in Mathematics; Philosophy of Mathematics.

Measurement V1N1 2–3, V1N2 29, 97–101, V1N5 89, V2N1 9–10, V2N2 19, 25, V2N3 62, V2N4 104–5, V2N6 8–9, 65–66, 99, 107–8
of Gravitational Bending of Light V1N5 14; Implicit V1N2 26, 29, V2N6 66; of Lepton Point V1N2 26; Omission of V1N1 24–25, 28–29, 31–34, V1N2 95–96, V1N3 79–80, 88, V1N5 13, V2N4 156, V2N6 64, 99, 109; in Perception V1N1 16–18, V1N3 73, V2N4 123–27, 138–39, 144, 146–47, 149, 150–56, V2N6 8–9, 65–66; of Photon as Massless V2N2 122; in Quantum Regime V1N5 84–85, 89, V2N1 40–42, V2N2 124–26, V2N3 80, V2N6 216; and Similarity V1N1 29, V2N4 149, 152–55, V2N6 35, 56–57, 64–66; of Wavelengths of Light V1N4 69–71

Memes V1N5 40

Memory
and Acquaintance V2N4 229; Blessed Limits of V1N4 93–94; and Concrete Representation V1N2 69, V1N5 58–59; and Dreams V1N5 63–64, V1N6 124–26; Episodic V2N6 11, 23, 27; Flash-Bulb V1N5 37; and Generalization V1N2 40, 57, V1N5 58, V2N2 63, 89–90; and Imagination V1N3 58, 60, 66, 68–69, 82–83, V1N4 10; Implicit v. Explicit V2N4 133–35, V2N6 18–19; and Intentionality V1N6 10; Long-Term V1N1 17, V1N5 50, 58, 64, V2N1 82, V2N2 90, V2N4 152–55, 229; Neuronal Bases of V2N1 113, V2N2 87–89, V2N4 131–32, 157, V2N6 18–19, 24; and Pain V1N5 50; v. Perception V1N4 10, V2N1 116–17, V2N2 62, 89, V2N4 152–55; Priming Effects in V1N5 57, V2N4 133–35, V2N6 11; Procedural V2N1 67, V2N2 87, V2N4 131, V2N6 24; Recognition V1N1 14, 17, 23; Reconstructive V1N5 58–59, V2N2 87, V2N6 2; Semantic V2N4 132, 134; Short-Term V2N1 113–14, V2N2 83–84, V2N4 152–55, 229; and Skepticism V1N3 17, 19–20; and Subconscious V1N5 55, 57–59, 63–64, V2N4 134–35, V2N6 11, 18–19; Working V1N1 14, 23, V2N1 113, 114, V2N2 62, 84–85, 89, V2N4 155, V2N6 25

Metaphysics. See Existence; Ontology.

Microcosm V2N5 34, 48–49, 51, 54, 62

Mind
Abstractive V1N1 11, 25–26, V1N2 4, 16, 36, 48, 55–60, 68–69, 95, V1N3 1–2, 41–42, 44–45, 61–63, 70–81, V1N4 3–5, 9, 12, 22–25, 50–52, V1N5 4, 19, 31, 58, 110–13, V1N6 64–70, 154, 156, V2N1 132–34, V2N2 72–78, 85, V2N3 133–35, V2N4 12–14, 24–26, 29–32, 98, 105–7, 111–12, 114, 122, 139–40, 153–54, 156, 166, 169–70, V2N5 34, 37–38, 40–42, V2N6 44, 48, 51–53, 57–58, 64–69, 103–4; and Brain V1N2 39, 57, V1N3 34, 36, 81, V1N4 91, V1N5 8, 12, 20, 26, 37–38, 41, 54, V1N6 9–11, V2N1 94, 98–99, 104–6, 109–17, 124–27, V2N2 85–88, V2N3 79, 92–94, V2N4 129–30, 135, 148–63, 222, V2N6 3–4, 12–31; Calculative V1N2 20, 33–36, 48, 51, 55–63, V1N3 1–3, 20, 27, 31, 33–34, 36, 40–42, 44–47, 50–51, 57–61, 67–68, 70–80, 82–90, V1N4 2–4, 9, 12–28, V1N5 8–12, 42–44, 47, 102, 104–6, 111–13, V2N1 96, 127–32, V2N2 35–57, 65–71, 84, V2N3 79, 94, V2N4 93–94, 104–8, 116, 119–20, 121–23, 134, 152–57, 158–65, 170–74, V2N6 2, 10, 32–36, 106–11, 122–23; Child’s Concept of V1N6 1–33; and Consciousness V1N2 52, V1N5 51–52, 100–105, V2N1 95–96, 111–19, V2N4 115–16, V2N6 11–27, 34–37; Constructive V1N2 10–11, 16, 58, V1N3 57–58, 61–67, 78–90, V1N4 9, 23–25, V1N5 8, 59, 104–5, V2N4 95–100, 141, V2N5 34–54, V2N6 15, 26–27, 31, 105, 200–204; of God V1N2 9, V1N3 96, V1N4 6, 18, 20; Child-Learning of V1N6 2–11, 21–33; Peace of V2N3 8–9, 12–13, V2N4 21, 208–9, 214; Personal V1N2 35, 48, 51, 57, 59–63, 72, 87–88, V1N3 27, 64–65, 94, 97–99, V1N4 24, 91, V1N5 20–22, 30–34, 41, 47–49, 52, 60, V1N6 153, V2N1 116–19, 135, V2N2 35–46, V2N3 8–9, 12–13, 93, V2N4 6, 50, 214, 218, 222, 224, V2N5 107–13, 135, V2N6 12, 37–38, 101; and Space V1N2 8, 10–13, V1N3 18, 48–49, 64, V1N4 24, V2N1 133, V2N2 17, 24–25, 75, V2N3 50, 63–66, V2N4 14, 117, V2N5 14, 16–17. See also Concepts; Imagination; Memory; Perception; Thought; Unity.

Moderation V2N3 2, 10, V2N4 16, 208–9, 219

Motion V2N2 22, 28–29, V2N3 49–51, V2N5 6, 19–20
Frame-Relativity of V2N2 18–22, 28–30, V2N3 51, 54, 56–62, 71–72, V2N5 6–8, 25–29, V2N6 131–86; Laws of V1N3 28–29, 39–40, V1N5 14–15, V2N2 23, 26–28, V2N3 52–57, 60, V2N5 8, 21–25; without Mover V1N3 2–3; Non-Relativity of Rotational V1N4 72, V2N2 21–22, 29–30, V2N3 54, 56–59, 71–72, V2N5 5, 26–29, V2N6 170, 182; Perception of V1N1 15–16, 21, V1N3 7–8; Percipient-Relativity of V2N2 18–22; Planetary V1N3 29, 31, 105, V2N2 22, V2N3 50–51, 55–56, 60–61, 98; Relativity of Uniform V1N3 89–90, V2N2 26–27, V2N3 54, 57–59, 71, V2N5 5, V2N6 131, 136, 141, 147–49, 181–82

Music V1N2 70, V1N3 104, V1N5 22–23, V2N3 117–47, V2N5 33, 49, 53, 59, 63
v. Bird Song V2N3 146, V2N4 118; and Emotions V2N3 117–20, 122–25, 128–34, V2N4 98, 214; and Language V2N3 119–20, 125–28, V2N4 115; Neuronal Mediation of V2N3 126–27, 130, 141

Mythology V2N6 197–99, 209

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Posted 21 September 2011 - 03:25 AM

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Necessity V2N4 184–87
Absolute v. Hypothetical V1N2 4–5, V2N2 105–6, 109–10, 112–16, V2N4 185, V2N5 100–102; Biological V1N2 38, 51, V1N3 99, V1N5 36–39, V2N2 77, 93–95, V2N4 190–93, 198–201, V2N5 100–104, V2N6 45; Causal V1N3 2, 4, 10–12, 17, 21–27, 30, 32–33, 35–36, V1N4 10, V1N5 112, V2N1 133–35, V2N4 191, V2N5 23, 99–102, 149, V2N6 45; Logical V1N2 5, 8, 33–37, V1N3 5, 10–11, 15–16, 21–24, 27–28, 33–35, 40–41, 50, V1N4 8, 13, 15–17, 26, 43–52, 55–56, V1N5 112–13, V2N2 106, V2N4 227, 230, V2N5 184–85; Mathematical V1N2 2–6, 8–13, 37, 41–42, V1N3 17, 34–35, 46–47, 50–51, V1N6 56, V2N2 106–9, V2N4 96, 101–7; Metaphysical V1N2 33–35, V1N3 3, 5, 12, 15, 16–17, 21–27, 30–31, 40–43, V1N4 8, 16–17, 19, 26, 45, 49–52, 56–57, V1N5 112–13, V2N4 184–85, V2N5 98–100, 152, 155–56, 160–61, 230, V2N6 45–46, 78; Moral V2N5 97–104, 107–8, 114, 123–30; of Past V1N3 33, 47–48, V2N5 152–53, 159; Physical V1N2 35, V1N3 9–12, 21–40, V1N4 10–11, 15, 27, V1N5 72–73, V2N1 134, V2N2 107–9, V2N4 184–85, 190, V2N5 151–53, 159–61; Practical V2N5 97–99; Psychological V1N2 35, 38, 55–56, 67–74, 77–80, 83–91, V1N3 2, 7, 20, 27, V1N4 10–11, V2N2 99, V2N4 103, 108. See also Contingency; Possibility.

Neo-Platonism V1N3 95, V2N4 1, 34, 51, 53

Neuronal Mediation
of Arithmetic V2N4 158–61; of Choice and Thought V2N1 109–17, V2N5 161, V2N6 22, 25–26; of Consciousness V1N3 81, V1N5 37–39, 41, V2N1 94, 98–99, 104–6, 111–17, 124–26, V2N2 85–88, V2N4 152–57, V2N6 16, 20–27, 29–32, 34–35; of Dreams V1N6 124, V2N6 21, 23; of Fixed-Action Patterns V1N5 38, 54, V2N1 110, V2N4 199–200; of Language V1N6 118, 128–29, 131, V2N1 57–58, 67, V2N3 126–27, 146–47, V2N4 114–15, 159–61, V2N6 6; of Learning by Conditioning V1N5 38–39, V2N4 125, 145–46, 150–52, 198–99; of Memory V2N1 113, V2N2 87–89, V2N4 131–32, 157, V2N6 18–19, 24; of Music V2N3 126–27, 130, 141; of Perception V1N1 20–21, V1N3 7, V1N5 20, V2N1 113, 115–17, V2N2 86–87, V2N3 126–27, V2N4 110–11, 123–26, 134–35, 142, 145–46, 149–57, 166, V2N6 13–18, 22, 24, 31–32; of Self V2N1 116–18, V2N2 87–90, V2N6 24; of Voluntary Action V1N2 39, 54, V1N3 34, V2N1 112–16, V2N4 125–27, V2N6 16–17; of Waking V1N6 123, V2N6 21–23

Neurons
Activity of V1N5 20, V2N1 111, 120–23, V2N2 86–88, V2N3 79, V2N4 123–27, V2N6 16; and Artificial Neural Networks V2N3 79, V2N4 123, V2N4 148–57, V2N6 26, 31–32, 34–35; Attentional Synchrony of V1N5 54, V2N4 110, 153, 155; Group Selection of V2N2 85–87, V2N4 110–11, 150–51; Excitability or Habituation of V1N5 38, V2N4 110; and Glial Cells V2N1 109; and Information V1N5 20, V2N3 79; Non-Reproduction of V1N5 2

Neurosis V1N3 78, V1N4 87, V1N5 50, 55

Nominalism V1N1 10–11, 26, V1N3 1, 105, V1N4 6–8, 12–14, V1N6 97, V2N4 48, V2N6 47–55, 60–62, 64

Noumena V1N4 23–24, V2N1 134, V2N3 85, V2N5 13, 16–18, 137

Numbers V1N1 1–12, V1N2 16, 24–26, 98–101, V1N3 48, 101–10, V1N5 151–53, V1N6 67–68, V2N2 11, V2N4 168–70
Bases of V1N1 9–10; and Counting V1N1 2–3, 8–9, 11, 34, V1N3 109–10, V2N4 121–22; Learning of V1N1 3, 33–34, V2N4 116–17, 121–23; and Ratios V1N1 6–8, V1N2 101–2, V1N3 108–10. See also Quantity; Sets.

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Posted 12 October 2011 - 07:54 AM

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Object Concept V1N2 38–39, V1N3 6–7, V1N5 32–33, V2N6 107–8, 111–12

Objectivism V1N1 11–12, 16–18, 20, 23, 24–25, 28–29, 31, 33–34, V1N2 22–23, 33–35, 36, 43, 56–57, 61, 63, 68–71, 95–97, 102, V1N3 12, 25, 43–46, 79–81, V1N4 31–61, 85, 88, V1N5 3, 4–7, 13, 21, 23, 24, 30, 35–36, V1N6 96–99, 108–10, 137–69, V2N1 69–70, 97, 100–106, V2N2 1–13, 70, 81–82, 101, 131–35, 136–38, V2N3 1–4, 17–33, 34–35, 40–45, 99–106, 117–18, 135–43, V2N4 139–44, 166, 195–96, 205–10, 213, 216–24, V2N5 34–39, 45–46, 50–54, 55–56, 61–63, 67–91, 131–32, 134–35, V2N6 7–9, 20–21, 33–34, 63–73, 98, 184–85, 191–97, 200–210, 213–32

Objectivity V2N6 208
in Belief V2N2 46–56, V2N4 26–28, 31, V2N6 233; in Concepts V1N1 36–38, V1N2 24–30, 40, 43, V1N3 17, 105–6, V1N4 6, 10, 14, V1N5 109–12, V2N1 134, V2N2 5–6, V2N6 49–59, 65, 69–70, 76, 79; in Decision V2N2 35, 49–56; in Esthetic Judgment V1N3 66, in Experiments V1N5 99–100; by Generalization V1N2 40, V2N2 33–34; v. Intrinsicism V1N1 12, V1N2 1–4, 24, V1N3 105–6, V1N4 58–59, V2N1 95–96, 102, 106, V2N4 229–32, V2N6 47–51, 78–79, 208; and Logic V1N2 33–35, V1N3 40–41, V1N4 8, 19–23, 26–28, 59, V1N5 89–91, V1N6 98, 108, V2N1 134, V2N5 16, V2N6 208; in Mathematics V1N1 11–12, V1N2 3, 21–30, V1N3 49–51, V1N4 11, 28, V2N4 96, 98–99, 103, 108–11; v. Subjectivity V2N1 11–28, 95–96, 102, 106, V2N5 16, V2N6 208; in Values V1N2 73, 90–91, V1N3 94, 98; V1N5 4–5, V1N6 147, 163–65, 167, V2N2 34–35, V2N3 9, 18–25, 31, 99–100, V2N4 78, 87, 208–9, 217–20, 224, V2N5 68, 95–96, 105, 110–11, 123–30, 132, V2N6 208

Observation V1N3 67, V1N5 85, 112, 134, 136–37
in Astronomy V1N3 31, V1N5 14–17, V2N1 9–10; in Hypothetico-Deductive Method V1N3 31, V1N4 76, V1N5 14; in Quantum Regime V1N4 76–78, V1N5 84–85, 89–90, V2N1 40–42, V2N2 120–26. See also Perception; Measurement.

Ontology
and Language V1N3 10, V1N4 7–8, 14, 40–43, 49, 57–58, V1N5 136, V1N6 86, 90, 93–94; and Logic V1N2 9, 33–35, V1N3 3–4, 12, 25–26, 30–32, 34, 44–45, V1N4 26, 33, 37, 44–45, 48–49, 51, 54–59, 63–64, 73, V1N5 109, 112–13, V2N2 67, V2N4 227–28; of Mathematical Objects V1N1 3–11, 12, V1N2 1–4, 12–14, 16, 24–27, 42, 97–98, 99–101; V1N3 49–51, 101–4; of Quantum States V1N4 71–79, V1N5 84–85, V2N2 120–26; of Relations V1N4 9, 14–16, 20–21, V2N3 18, 40–41, 63–65, 69, V2N4 229–32, V2N6 48–51; of Universals V1N1 24–25, 26–28, V1N2 1, 4, 36–37, 42–44, 56, V1N4 6–8, 12, V1N5 112, V1N6 96–97, V2N4 29, 48, V2N6 43–44, 47–54, 57–58

Optics V1N2 100, V1N3 11, V1N4 16, 69–71, V1N5 14, 31, 84–85, V2N1 40, V2N2 120–22, V2N4 23–25, V2N6 4–5, 143–48

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Paradox
Liar V1N6 87–88, 94–95; Moore’s V2N4 77, 87–90; Set-Theoretic V1N6 66

Pauline Principle V2N5 134, 139

Perception
and Action Affordance V1N1 18, V1N2 39, V1N3 9–10, 72, V1N4 11, V2N6 70–71; Adaptation in V2N4 145, V1N6 33; of Ambiguous Figures V1N5 56–57; Anomalous V1N1 15, V1N4 39, V1N5 33, V2N4 24–25, 40–41, 142, 155, 194–96, V2N6 13–17, 22, 25; and Belief V1N1 15–17, 20–23, V1N2 1, 39–40, 54, 74–75, V1N3 1–2, 6–8, 13–14, 17, 21–23, 26–29, 61, 63, 89, V1N4 10, 15–16, V1N5 31, V2N1 132, V2N4 12–13, 37–39, 111, 142, 144, V2N6 27; of Body-Self V1N2 48, 57, V1N5 33–34, 47–48; Categorical V1N1 14–22, V2N2 87, V2N4 134, V2N6 104; of Causality V1N1 16, V1N2 38–39, 75, V1N3 9, 11, 20, 26–27, 29, 32, V2N4 200; Content and Form of V1N3 12, V1N5 31; Directness in V1N3 6–7, V1N5 19, V1N6 78, 116, 132–33, V2N2 5, 88, V2N4 12, 28–29, 38, 123, 127, 138, 140–45, 152–57, 176, 229, V2N6 6, 34; of Existence V1N4 10, V1N5 19, 29–35, V2N1 118–19, 132–33, V2N2 9, V2N4 41–42, 194–96, 232, V2N6 32, 38, 50, 55; Existent and Content of V1N3 6, V1N5 30, V2N1 119, V2N4 195, 229, 232, V2N5 37; v. Image V1N3 81, V1N4 10, V2N5 34–35, 52–53, V2N6 27; Inadequacy in V1N4 18–19, 21, V1N5 112, V1N6 61, V2N1 131, V2N4 29; Integration in V1N1 14–18, 20–21, V1N2 38–40, 99, V1N3 6–8, 19–20, 22, 61–63, V1N4 11, 15–16, 23–24, 38, V1N5 45–47, 56–57, V1N6 10, V2N2 74, 77, 82–83, 85–88, 100, 110–11, 116–17, 132–35, V2N3 93, V2N4 110–11, 123–27, 134–41, 143–46, 149–57, 229, V2N6 2, 6, 13–18, 22–24, 31–32, 34, 101, 104–5; of Intentions V1N2 74–76, 81–83, V1N3 60, V1N5 48–49; and Intuition V2N1 48, 132, V2N4 107, 109–11, 121, 194, V2N6 59; of Letters V1N5 56; Matter and Form of V1N2 10, V1N3 70, V1N4 23–24, V2N1 133, V2N4 28–29, V2N5 13–14; Measurement in V1N1 16–18, V1N3 73, V2N4 123–27, 138–39, 144, 146–47, 149, 150–56, V2N6 8–9, 65–66; v. Memory V1N4 10, V2N1 116–17, V2N2 62, 89, V2N4 152–55; of Motion V1N1 15–16, 21, V1N3 7–8, V2N4 134; Neuronal Mediation of V1N1 20–21, V1N3 7, V1N5 20, V2N1 113, 115–17, V2N2 86–87, V2N3 126–27, V2N4 110–11, 123–26, 134–35, 142, 145–46, 149–57, 166, V2N6 13–18, 22, 25, 31–32; of Numerosity V1N1 3, 12, V2N4 112, 121–22, 136, 168–69; of Objects V1N1 15–18, 21, V1N2 39, V1N3 6–8, V1N4 61, V1N5 32–33, V2N1 132–33, V2N4 134–39, 149–54, V2N6 6–7, 34, 102–5; Preattentive V1N1 21–22, V1N5 56–57, V2N4 135; Priming Effects in V1N5 57, V2N4 133–35, 156–57; Recognition in V1N1 14–18, 23, V1N2 57, V1N5 33, 56–57, V2N1 115–17, V2N4 28–29, 134, 139–40, 142, 144–45, 149–57, 166, V2N5 40–41, V2N6 105; Representation in V1N1 17–18, V1N4 10, V2N1 98, V2N1 115–17, V2N4 28, 123–27, 136–38, 145–47, 152–56, 194–98, 232, V2N6 15, 102; of Sets V2N4 110–12, 150, 168–69, V2N6 104, 106; of Shape V1N1 16–18, 21, V2N4 134–35, 148–49; of Similarity V1N1 28–29, V2N2 102, V2N4 112, 122, 152–54, V2N6 50, 55, 56–57, 58–59, 65–68, 70–71, 102; Subsidiary Modes of V1N1 21; and Survival V1N2 73, V1N5 19, 37–38, 41, 46, 48, 57, V2N2 87–89, V2N4 196–98, V2N6 16–17, 36–37. See also Apperception; Concepts, Formation of; Concepts and Schemata.

Permutation Invariance V1N4 74–76

Phenomenology V2N6 5–8

Philosophy V1N4 1, 32, 54–55, V1N6 86–87, 200, V2N4 6, 228, V2N5 45

Philosophy of Mathematics V1N2 1–30, V1N6 55–70, V2N4 99, 101–12
Conceptualism V1N1 11, V1N6 60, 62–64; Empiricism V1N2 13–15, 24–30, 42, V1N6 55–70, V2N4 104–7; Formalism V1N1 11; V1N2 18–19, 28; Intuitionism V1N1 11; V1N2 16–17, 28, V1N3 63–64, V1N6 60–61, V2N4 102–3, 107; Logicism V1N2 8–10, 15–16, 21, 28; Nominalism V1N1 10–11, V1N3 105, V2N4 109; Objectivism V1N1 11–12; V1N2 3, 21–30, V1N3 49–51, 104–6, V2N4 108–12; Platonism V1N1 11–12, V1N2 1–4, 24, V1N6 60–62, V2N4 108–10; Structuralism V1N2 4, V1N3 45, 50–51, V1N6 64–65

Philosophy of Mind V2N1 93–106, 109–27
Computationalism V2N1 96, 125, V2N3 92; Dualism V1N2 51, V1N6 8–9, V2N1 93–95, V2N3 93–94; Epiphenomenalism V2N1 99, 126; Functionalism V2N1 94, 126, V2N6 2–5; Idealism V1N3 62–65, V1N4 26; Identification of Mind with Brain V2N1 94, 126, V2N6 9–10; Materialism V2N1 94–95, V2N3 9, 12, V2N4 6, 22–23; Monism V1N4 18, V2N1 124–25; Quasi Behaviorism V1N3 68, V1N5 99–100; Supervenience of Mind on Brain V2N1 99, 126; Unionism V2N1 126

Physics. See Dynamics; Kinematics; Optics; Kinetic Theory; Waves; Ether; Permutation Invariance; Motion; Space; Time.

Pleasure
and Affluence V1N5 22; and Happiness V1N4 92–96, V1N6 159–65, V2N3 8–9, 13, 22, 24, V2N4 208–9; Illicit V2N5 135; of Imaginative Reflection V1N3 66; and Interest V1N2 80, 85, V1N5 12, 21–22, 45; Kinetic and Static V2N3 9–10, 36–37, V2N4 206–7, 214–16; and Pain V1N2 73, 80, V1N4 88–90, V1N5 6–7, 19–20, 45, 161, V1N6 160–61, V2N3 7, 9–10, 20–21, 39, 42, V2N4 18–20, 214, 217, V2N6 25–26; Sexual V1N2 72, 80, V1N4 81, 90, V1N5 20, V2N3 13, 29–30, 41, 42, V2N4 16, 20, 214–15, 224, V2N6 8–9; and Smiling V1N2 79–80; and Survival V1N2 73, V1N5 6–7, 19, 21–22, 161, V1N6 159–60, V2N3 10–11, 20–21, 37–38, V2N4 217. See also Conditioning.

Possibility
and Actuality V1N2 34, 55, V1N3 34, 45, V1N4 14, 47, V2N2 9–10, 64, 106, V2N4 219–20, 228, V2N5 98, V2N6 55–56; and Alternatives V1N2 47–49, 54–55, V1N4 26, V1N5 37, V2N5 150; and Art V1N2 69–71, 90, V1N3 65–66, V1N6 156–57, V2N3 43, V2N5 47–49; and Conceptual Consciousness V1N1 29, 35, 37, V1N2 48, 56–61, V2N1 132, V2N2 70–71, V2N4 230–32, V2N6 55–56; and Conceivability V1N3 3, 17, 21–23, 26–27, 37–38; and Imagination V1N3 58, 67–69, 82–90, V1N5 35, V2N1 132, V2N2 69–71, 79; Logical V1N2 8–9, V1N3 33–34, V1N4 26, 56, V2N1 1–2, 15–16, 28, V2N2 66–67, V2N4 227–28, 230, 232; Mathematical V1N2 6–7, 8–9, V1N3 17, 46, 49–51, V2N1 1–11, 13–14, 25, V2N4 227; Physical V1N3 9, 22–23, 25–27, 30, 33–40, V1N4 26–27, V2N1 1–3, 12–13, 20–28, V2N2 68–71, V2N4 99; and Potentiality V1N3 35–38, 40–43, 45, V2N4 186–87, 191; Supernatural V1N3 2–3, V1N4 39, V2N2 65–66, 105–6. See also Necessity.

Pragmatism V1N6 73–85

Predication V1N1 23, V1N2 5, 9, V1N3 5, 41, 44–45, V1N4 5–8, 12, 14, 41, V1N5 110–11, V2N1 134, V2N4 99, 102
and Existence-is-Identity V1N3 45

Pride V2N3 15, 26, 29, 39–40

Prime Matter V1N1 26

Principle of Sufficient Reason V1N4 15, V2N2 8, 66, 106, 115, V2N3 64, V2N4 7, V2N6 216

Probability V1N4 26–28, V1N5 76–77, 81–82, V2N1 1–28
Conditional V2N1 7–9, V2N2 50; Distributions V2N1 2, 9–11, V2N2 117–23; Frequency Base for V2N1 2–3, 20–28, V2N2 56; Laws of V2N1 3–11, V2N2 124–25; Logical V1N3 86–87, V2N1 2–3, 15–17, 28; and Principles V2N2 34–38, 49–50; as Propensity Measure V2N1 27–28; Subjective V2N1 12–13, 17-20, 28, V2N2 48–50, 56–57

Productive Work
and Emotions V1N2 67, 71, V1N3 83–85; for Exchange V2N5 116; Virtue of V1N2 73, V2N3 25–26, 27, 29, 43, V2N5 73, 110

Property. See Quality.

Propositions
and Axiomata V1N4 3–4, 6, V2N4 12–14; and Beliefs V1N1 23–24, V1N3 7, 44–45, V1N4 4, 28, V2N4 37, 44–45; Comprehension of V1N3 33–34; and Concepts V1N1 22–23, V1N3 44–45, V1N4 11–12, 32, 37, V1N5 110, V2N1 133–34, V2N2 5–6, V2N4 25–26, 50, 142–44, 231; Conditional V1N2 4–5, V1N3 30–32, 50, V1N4 16–17, V2N4 14; and Facts V1N4 2–3, 26–28, 40–41, 56–57, V2N4 227–32; as Pictures V2N4 228–32; and Statements V1N4 3–4, 7–8, 41, V2N4 78–83, 228, 230–31. See also Logic; Predication.

Prudence V2N3 14–15, 38, V2N4 10, 17

Psychological Need
for Approval V1N2 67, 73, 85–91; for Art V1N2 68–71, V1N5 21–23, V2N3 27, 30–31, 100, 136, V2N5 41–42, 45–46; for Freedom V1N2 68, V2N3 16, 42; for God V1N3 95–97; for Near-Term Satisfaction V1N5 12; for Objectification V1N2 68–74, V1N3 96–97; for Play V1N2 74–75, 79–80, V1N5 12, 21; for Pleasure V1N6 152–53, 155, 159, 161–64, V2N3 24, 42, V2N4 214; for Purpose V1N3 97–99; for Social Relations V1N2 67–68, 71–91, V2N3 16, V2N5 114, 120–30, 138; for Stimulation V1N4 87–88, V1N5 20–21; for Synthetic Unity V1N2 70, V1N3 94, 97–100, V2N5 106–7, 109–13, 123–30, 141, V2N6 194

Psychologism V1N6 56

Psychology
Cognitive V1N1 14–24, 29–38, V1N2 38–40, 51–52, 57–59, 76–82, V1N3 12–13, 27–28, 71–72, V1N5 32–34, 47, 49, 53–54, 56–59, V1N6 2–11, 22–27, 29–32, V2N1 51–59, 79, 112–18, V2N2 83–90, V2N4 121–23, 133–39, 148–57, 158–64; Developmental V1N1 14, 23–24, 30–36, V1N2 38–40, 77–82, 87–88, V1N3 12–13, 26–28, 71–72, V1N5 32–34, 49, V1N6 2–11, 22–27, 29–32, V2N1 79, V2N2 83–85, V2N4 121–23, V2N6 100–122; Philosophical V1N2 11, 52, 55, 67–74, V1N3 1–2, 6, 18, 21, 27, 57–72, 78–81, V1N4 18–19, 23–24, 42–43, 50–52, 61, V1N5 31–32, V1N6 11–22, 29–31, V2N1 48–50, 119–21, 127–35, V2N2 62, 72–78, 137–38, V2N3 7–14, 92–95, V2N4 6, 9–14, 18–26, 28–30, 40–41, 194–202, V2N6 196, 203. See also Abstraction; Action and Drive Reduction; Attention; Conditioning; Consciousness, Dissociation of; Decision; Dreams; Emotions; Feeling; Hallucinations; Hypnosis; Intelligence; Introspection; Language, Acquisition of; Learning; Love, Romantic; Memory; Music; Neuronal Mediation; Object Concept; Perception; Schemas; Self-Esteem; Subconscious.

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Quality, or Property, or Attribute V1N4 64–65, V2N5 124
Accidental V2N6 45–46; Inherence of V1N1 3, 12, 38, V1N2 4, 9, 98, V1N4 9, 12–13, 34, V1N6 22, V2N2 25, V2N3 40–41, V2N6 46, 93; Physical V1N1 21, 28, V1N4 10, 12–13, 16, 66–78, V1N5 84–85, V2N1 27–28, 97–98, 106, V2N2 17, V2N3 66, V2N4 22, 28–29, 49, V2N6 8; Primary v. Secondary V1N4 16, 69–71, V2N3 63, 66–67, V2N4 22, 49, 145; and Quantity V1N1 27, V1N2 96, 98, V1N5 72–73, V2N4 149–50, 155, V2N6 56–59, 109, 124; Sensory V1N1 12, 14, 21, V1N2 34, 96, 99, V1N4 4, 9–11, 15–16, 69–71, V1N5 102, V2N1 94, 97–98, 106, 135, V2N3 63, 66–67, 92, V2N4 22–23, 28–29, 49, 136–37, 153, 155, 194–95, V2N6 2–3, 8–10, 25–26, 33–34, 37; Supervenient V1N4 65. See also Essence; Substance; Entity.

Quantity, or Magnitude V1N1 2, 11, 27, 33, V1N2 9, 29, 97–101, V1N3 48, 101
and Dimensions V1N1 32–34, V1N2 97–100, V2N4 97, V2N6 99; and Quality V1N1 27, V1N2 96, 98, V1N5 72–73, V2N4 149–50, 155, V2N6 56–59, 109, 124; Vector V2N4 123

Quantum Physics. See Dynamics, Quantum; Elementary Particles.

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Randomness V1N4 26, V1N5 74–78, 81, 85–86, V1N6 180, 185, V2N1 12, 21, 23–26, 35–36
v. Causality V1N5 75, 85, V2N2 8, 115, 125, V2N4 187–88, V2N5 160–61; v. Free Will V1N5 75–78, 87, V2N2 116–17, V2N3 82; and Origination V1N5 104–5, V2N4 149

Rationalism V1N4 20, 35, V2N2 10, 12, V2N4 51–52
v. Empiricism V1N2 41, V1N3 90, V1N4 20, 32, 35–38, 59, V1N5 111–13, V2N2 13, 72–73, 77, V2N6 206; Implicit V1N3 3, 16–18, 37

Rationality V2N2 33–57
Economic V1N5 9–15, V2N5 35–36, 38–45, 56–57, V2N5 108; and Independence V1N2 67, 86, 90–91, V2N6 194; Practical V1N3 94, 98, V2N2 34–56, V2N3 14–15, 25–26, 109–10, V2N4 9–11, 17, V2N5 95–111, 131–35, 138–41, V2N6 194–95, 205–6; Theoretical V1N3 1, 36–37, 73–74, V1N4 44–50, 56–57, 60, V1N5 113, V2N2 33–34, 46–52, 55, V2N3 89, 101–2, 109–10, V2N4 1–3, 6–9, 46–47, 77, V2N5 13–14, V2N6 194–95

Realism
Mathematical V1N1 5–6, 11–12, V1N2 1–7, 13–14, 24–30, 42, V1N3 49–51, V1N4 11, V1N6 60–62, V2N4 108–12; Metaphysical V1N2 1, 4, 22–24, V1N3 33–35, 44–45, V1N4 2–6, 38–39, V1N5 30–31, 35, 70, 89–90, V1N6 92, V2N4 28–31, 232, V2N5 16–17, V2N6 64; Perceptual V1N4 4–5, 9–11, V1N6 46–51, V2N4 24–25, 28–29, 49, 137–45, 229, V2N6 34, 54; Scientific V1N3 6, 11–15, V1N4 61, V1N5 144–47, V1N6 49, 74–78, V2N4 2, 29–31, 46–47, 109; about Universals V1N1 11–12, V1N2 1–4, 42–43, V1N4 6–7, V2N4 29–31, 108–9, V2N6 43–44, 47, 52, 55, 64; about Value V2N4 77–90. See also Objectivity; Idealism; Nominalism.

Reality. See Existence; Realism; Truth.

Reason
and a priori Knowledge V1N2 11, V1N4 24, 26–27, V2N1 133–34, V2N5 19; and Adequate Concepts V1N4 18–19; and Art V1N2 69–70, V1N3 67, V1N5 22–23, V2N6 202–5; with Divine Illumination V1N3 95–96; v. Faith V1N3 45, V1N5 1, V2N3 43; and Imagination V1N2 69, V1N3 21–23, 58–90, V1N6 62–64, V2N1 71, V2N4 14; Integrating Perceptions V1N1 18, 29, V1N2 4, 10–14, 36, 41, 68–69, V1N3 7–10, 20–23, 38–39, 61–64, 70–72, V1N4 4–5, 9–10, 15, 23–24, V1N5 53–54, 56–57, 110–13, V2N1 132–34, V2N2 74, V2N3 25, V2N4 12–14, 98–108, 139–40, V2N5 36–38; v. Intuition V1N6 107–10, 47, V2N1 72–73, 132–33, V2N4 97, 100, 115–16; Moral Value of V1N2 63, V1N3 94, 99, V1N6 152–53, 155–56, V2N3 25–26, V2N4 10, 210, V2N5 95–96, 104, 107–11, 123–32, 134, 136–37, 141; Truths of V1N2 8–12, 34–35, V1N3 16, V1N4 13–17; and World Soul V2N4 6–7. See also Rationality; Thought.

Reciprocity V1N6 21–31, V2N5 115–16, 120–21, 124–25, 129–30, 138

Relations V1N4 64–65, V2N2 132, V2N4 229–30
Containment V1N2 10, V1N3 71, V1N4 58–59, V2N4 102, 112, 229–30; and Dynamical States V1N4 69, 71–73, 77–79, V2N1 32–33, 44; Essential V1N1 16–18, 27–28, 31–38, V1N4 18–19, V1N5 112, V2N5 124–26, 140–41, V2N6 44–46, 52–55, 64, 69–70, 74, 116; External v. Internal V1N4 19, 67, 71–73, 77–78, V1N5 114, 116–17, V2N3 71–72, V2N5 2–4, 8, V2N6 185; Hierarchical V2N2 133; Logical V1N1 24, 30–31, V1N2 6, 9, 17, 21, 40, V1N3 34, 40–41, 44–46, V1N4 14–15, 20–23, 45, 63, V1N5 104, V1N6 77, V2N1 15–17, 134, V2N2 6–7, V2N3 81, V2N4 14, 82, 227–28, 106, V2N6 74–75, 90, 96–97, 106, 114, 184–85; Mathematical V1N1 6–7, 14–15, 33–34, V1N2 2–7, 9–10, 12–13, 29–30, 41, 98–100, 101–2, V1N3 17, 46–47, 101–10, V1N4 11, 16–17, 28, V1N6 61–63, 77, 178–79, V2N1 2–11, 21–26, 33–39, V2N2 1–2, 107–9, 119, 125, V2N3 79, 81, V2N4 103–7, 109–12, 170, 227, V2N6 133–34, 152–53, 172–74, 186; Means-Ends V1N2 39, V1N6 149, V2N2 46, V2N3 10, 15, 17–18, 21, 33, 101, V2N5 97, 100, 119, 123, 137–40; Membership V1N1 24–25, 29, V1N2 43–44, 102, V1N3 43–44, 71, V1N6 62–64, V2N4 112, V2N6 44, 49–50, 54–55, 57–58, 64, 66, 68–69, 74–77, 83–84, 88–89, 90–91, 106; Ontology of V1N4 9, 14–16, 20–21, V2N3 18, 40–41, 63–65, 69, V2N4 229–32, V2N6 48–51; Part-Whole V1N1 30, V1N3 7–8, V1N5 74, 111–12, V1N6 180, 185, V2N2 132, 135, V2N3 18, V2N4 229–30 V2N5 12, V2N6 113, 126; Physical V1N1 5, 11, 14–15, 28, 37–38, V1N2 12–13, 29–30, 98–100, V1N3 9–12, 28–30, 35, 39–40, 47–49, 71, 89, V1N4 15, 20–21, 66–78, V1N5 13–18, 71–76, V1N6 63, V2N1 27–28, 31–45, V2N2 26–27, 107–9, 113–26, V2N3 61–63, 68–70, 79–82, V2N4 102–7, 231, V2N5 18–21, V2N6 5, 131–86. See also Space; Time; Motion; Change; Causality; Identity; Unity; Similarity; Quality; Predication; Association.

Repression V1N5 50, 52–53

Reproduction V1N4 85, V1N5 19, 38, V2N5 75, 85–91, V2N6 215, 220–21, 223, 225–26, 228, 231–32

Robots
and Animals V1N2 51; and Free Will V1N5 70, 77, 83, 104, V2N5 112; and Value V1N4 85, V1N5 5, 19–21, 24. See also Intelligence, Machine.

Romanticism
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Schemas
Abstractive V1N1 16–18, V1N3 41–42, 64, 70–75, 77, 81, V1N5 58, V2N4 154, 156, V2N6 102, 104–7; Action-cum-Perception V1N1 18, V1N2 39, V1N3 72, V1N5 32, 53–54, V2N6 102, 104–5; Competition and Coordination of V1N5 38, 40–41; and Concepts V1N1 16–18, V1N3 41–42, 69–78, V1N4 52, V2N2 90, V2N4 196, V2N6 103–6; Memorial V1N5 58; Perceptual V1N2 57, V1N3 72; Unity in V1N3 41, 70–72

Science V1N3 4, V1N5 73, 81–83, 137–47, V1N6 77–79, V2N1 43–44, V2N3 13, 39, V2N4 30–31, 33, V2N5 9, 13, V2N6 5–9, 146–47
and Common Sense V1N3 9, 19, 25–30, V1N5 74, 76, 96, V2N1 31, 95, V2N5 56, V2N6 150–51, 162–63, 165–66, 171–72; v. Logic V1N3 4, V1N4 33, 50–52, V2N6 184–85; v. Mathematics V1N2 28–30, V1N3 50, V1N6 77–78, V2N4 30, 104–7, 123, V2N5 9–10, 15; Mathematics in V1N1 5, 15, 27–28, V1N2 1, 30, V1N3 14, 39–40, 48–49, 104–5, 107–8, V1N5 13–17, V2N1 32–44, V2N2 27–28, 116–19, V2N3 52–54, V2N4 96, 105, 109, 123–27, 146, 149–57, 168, V2N5 9–10, 18–19, V2N6 131–86. See also Evidence, Scientific; Explanation, Scientific; Hypothetico-Deductive Method; Experiments; Gedanken; Discovery in Science; Laws of Nature.

Self. See Mind, Personal.

Self-Composition V1N2 59–63, V1N3 94, V1N6 145–46, 154–55, V2N2 35, V2N5 123–27, 135

Self-Consciousness V1N2 48, 57, 59–60, V1N4 50–52, V1N5 30–35, 47–48, 83, V2N1 116–18, V2N2 48, 51, V2N6 101–2
and Consciousness V1N2 48–51, 59–61, V1N5 31–32, 52, V1N6 29–31, V2N1 116–18, 133–34, V2N2 88, V2N3 98–99, V2N4 191, V2N6 12, 33. See also Apperception; Introspection.

Self-Destruction V1N2 87, V1N6 169

Self-Determination
Cardinal Value of V1N6 152–59. See also Autonomy.

Self-Esteem V1N2 71, 87, V1N6 140, 152, 168–69, V2N3 29, V2N5 107, 112–13, 128–30

Self-Evidence V1N2 6, V1N3 5, V1N4 19–20, V1N5 34, V1N6 62, V2N2 1–3, V2N4 12–13, 38, 101–4, 165

Self-Mirror V1N2 67–75, 80, V1N3 96–97

Self-Realization V1N3 93–94, V1N6 150–51, 156–57, V2N5 105–13

Self-Sacrifice V2N5 108, 113

Self-Sufficiency V2N3 15, 42, V2N4 222

Sets V1N1 8–9, 13, 29, 36, V1N2 43–44, 101–2, V1N6 62–64, 66, V2N4 110–12, 122, 150, 168–69, V2N6 90, 105–6
and Concepts V1N1 13, 29, 36, V1N2 43–44, 101–2, V2N4 122, V2N6 90, 105–6; Perception of V2N4 110–12, 150, 168–69, V2N6 104, 106

Similarity V2N6 41–126
Comparative V1N1 24, V2N6 51, 67–68, 71–72, 89; and Concepts V1N1 2, 24, 26, 28–29, V1N3 79, V2N6 41, 43–45, 49–51, 54, 58–62, 64–72, 76, 88–89, 98, 102, 107, 112, 114, 124–26; and Identity V1N1 31–33, 37–38, V1N3 11–13, 21, 61, V2N2 5, V2N6 41–42, 51, 56–57, 65–72, 126; and Logical Inference V1N2 25, V1N3 11–13, 21–23, 37, V2N6 44–45, 116–17; and Measurement V1N1 29, V2N4 149, 152–55, V2N6 35, 56–57, 64–66; and Part-Whole Relation V1N1 30, V2N6 126; Perception of V1N1 28–29, V2N2 102, V2N4 112, 122, 152–54, V2N6 50, 55, 56–57, 58–59, 65–68, 70–71, 102; Perceptual v. Conceptual V2N6 66–67, 71, 102–3, 116–17, 124–26; and Proximity V1N1 29–30

Skepticism V1N3 1, 5–6, 18–20, 38–43, V1N4 12–13, 23–24, 38–39, 47–50, V1N5 35, V2N1 45, V2N2 3–4, 13, V2N3 87–88, V2N4 1–2, 24, 32, 35–45, 49, 89, V2N5 95–96, V2N6 55

Social Cognition V1N2 81–83, V1N5 48–49, V1N6 21–33

Social Darwinism V2N5 72–74, 76, V2N6 218

Solipsism V1N4 36, V1N5 100

Soul. See Mind; Consciousness.

Space V1N2 6–7, 13, 30, V1N3 14, 34–35, 37–40, V1N4 66, V1N5 15–18, V1N6 37–52, V2N2 17–19, V2N3 49–52, 63–66, 69, V2N4 22, 175, V2N6 153–62, 171
Absolute V1N6 38–39, 46, 48–52, V2N2 18, 25–26, 28, V2N3 50, 54, 57–62, V2N5 4–5, 10–12, 26–28, V2N6 150; Activity as prior to V2N3 66, 69, V2N5 3, 8–9, 11, 17–18, V2N6 171–72, 186; Egocentric V1N5 49, V2N2 135, V2N4 123–27, 138, 145–47, 156; as Form of Intuition V2N5 13–14, 16–18, V2N6 162–63; and Mind V1N2 8, 10–13, V1N3 18, 48–49, 64, V1N4 24, V2N1 133, V2N2 17, 24–25, 75, V2N3 50, 63–66, V2N4 14, 117, V2N5 14, 16–17; Frame-Relative V1N6 37–52, V2N2 18–20, V2N6 153–62, 171; Inertness of V2N3 52, 70; Perceptual V1N1 15, V1N2 13, V1N4 61, V1N5 47–48, V2N3 65, V2N4 103, 117, V2N5 11–12, 16; Percipient-Relative V1N6 37–52, V2N3 49, 63–65, V2N6 155–56, 162–63, 171; and Plenum V2N2 17–23, V2N6 142–43

Statistical Techniques V1N3 38, V2N2 126, V2N4 128–30

Stoicism V1N4 3–5, V2N4 1, 5–14, 32, 37–39, 47–48, 210

Subconscious V1N5 51–64, V1N6 120–27, 133
and Emotions V1N2 82–83, V1N5 52, 61–63, V2N3 102; Information Processing V1N2 82–83, V1N5 8, 52–64, V2N1 111–12, V2N4 125, 131–34, 139–45, 147, 152–55, V2N6 2–3, 11–20, 104; and Memory V1N5 55, 57–59, 63–64, V2N4 134–35, V2N6 11, 18–19; Preconscious Part of V1N3 62, V1N5 52, V2N3 147; as Quasi Personality V1N5 51–53, V2N4 94–95; Repression V1N5 50, 52–53; and Thought V1N3 73, V1N5 8, V1N5 53–56, V2N1 54–59, 111–15, V2N3 102, 147, V2N4 94–95, 100, 113–17, 148, 175, V2N6 11–12

Substance V1N3 8–9, V2N2 17, 18, 25, 65
and Attribute V1N2 9, V1N4 12, 41, V2N2 17, V2N3 66–67, V2N5 1–3, 6; Determinates of V1N1 27–28, V1N3 11–15, 30, 45; and Essence V1N1 26, V1N2 4, V1N5 31, V2N2 17, V2N5 140–41, V2N6 54; Independence of V1N4 9, V2N2 17, V2N5 2, 6; Knowledge of V1N3 5–6, 8–10, 13–16, V1N4 9, 12–13, V2N2 17, 65, V2N6 48

Substantial Form V1N1 26–27

Substantive Propagation V1N3 35–43, V2N2 115, V2N4 186

Symbols
Esthetic V2N5 40–46; Iconic V1N1 16–17, 69–71, V1N3 59, 74–75, 81, V1N6 122, 131, V2N1 80, V2N3 121, 123, 133–34, 136–37, 142–43, V2N5 37–44; Lexical V1N1 9–10, 19, 29, V1N2 29, 58–59, 68, V1N3 13, 74–75, 81, V1N4 6, 14, V1N5 102–3, 105, V1N6 2, 66, 88, 112, 118, 131, V2N1 49–50, V2N4 114, 148, 170, 176, 230–31, V2N5 37–44, V2N6 35–36, 97, 103–4; and Utility V2N2 36–42

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Posted 01 April 2012 - 05:32 AM

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Thought
Choosing V1N2 49–50, 62–63, V1N3 99, V1N5 9, 42–44, 83, V1N6 31, 154–58, V2N1 118, 120–21, 128–29, V2N3 101–3; Comprehensive V1N1 13, 22–24, 29–38, V1N2 9, 33–35, 40–43, 48, 56–57, 59–60, 68, V1N3 3–4, 12–13, 25–28, 30–32, 34, 44–45, 67–68, 86–90, V1N4 3–9, 11–15, 18–26, 33–40, 44–45, 48–49, 50–52, 54–60, V1N5 102–5, 110–111, V1N6 86, 155–56, V2N1 118–21, 131–34, V2N2 5–10, 33–34, 65–78, V2N4 12–14, 29–32, 41–43, 51–53, 99, 102, 105–6, 139–40, V2N5 34–41, V2N6 54–56, 64–65, 69–70, 80–82, 94–95, 103–10, 114–19; Discursive V1N1 18–19, 23, 29, 34–37, V1N2 40, 56–60, 68, V1N3 10, 36, 44–45, 58–59, 65–66, 75–76, V1N4 3–4, 6–8, 11–14, 23–24, 42, 44–50, 57–58, V1N5 40, 54, V1N5 96–98, 110–11, 133–35, V1N6 62–63, 85–86, 117–19, V2N4 36–38, 51–54, 99, 102, 113–19, 228–32, V2N5 39–44, V2N6 8–9, 52, 56, 59–63, 70, 103–4, 114; and Existence V1N2 35, V1N4 10, V1N5 34–35, 113, V1N6 156, 158, V2N1 118–19, 133–34, V2N4 230, 232; Inventive V1N1 16, V1N2 16–18, 20, 28, 30, 41, 69–70, 88–89, V1N3 28–29, 31, 41–42, 44–45, 49–50, 58, 60, 65–69, 72–80, 85–90, 94–95, 96–97, 101, 107–10, V1N5 8–9, 23, 104–5, V1N6 107, 110–14, 118–19, 153, 158, V2N1 121, V2N3 133–35, 143, V2N4 93–100, 108, 208–9, V2N5 33–35, 46–54, V2N6 200–202; without Language V1N1 14, 16–19, V1N2 38–40, 48, 54–55, 58–59, 74–75, V1N3 6–9, 33–34, 70–72, 74–76, 81, V2N1 113, 118, V2N4 115, 228–29, 231; and Life V1N2 49, 63, 73, V1N3 67–68, 78, 84–86, 94–95, V1N4 16, 49, 56–57, V1N5 53–54, 101–2, 110, 162, V2N3 24–25, 102, V2N4 36, 193, 220, V2N5 35–36, 76; Mathematical V1N1 2–3, 4–10, 10–13, 29, 33–34, V1N2 2–5, 6–7, 9–19, 21–30, 41–42, 98, V1N3 16–17, 39, 43, 46–51, 75, 77, 101–10, V1N4 11, 16, 28, V1N5 8, V1N6 64–70, V2N1 121, V2N4 93–100, 164–74, V2N6 109; Phenomenally Reductive V2N6 7; as Skill V1N1 13, 22, 28–38, V1N2 38–40, 48, 56–61, V1N3 12–13, 33–34, 59, 72–74, 76, 81, V1N5 11, V2N2 73; Spontaneity of V1N3 61–62, 74, V1N5 45, V2N1 131; and Subconscious V1N3 73, V1N5 8, 53–56, V2N1 54–59, 111–15, V2N3 102, 147, V2N4 94–95, 100, 113–17, 148, 175, V2N6 11–12. See also Concepts; Logic; Intelligence.



Thought-Experiments. See Gedanken.



Time V1N6 38–39, V2N3 50, 63, V2N4 185–86, V2N6 152, 154–62, 184–85
Causal Inertness of V1N3 39; as Complement of Energy V1N3 39, V1N4 79, V2N6 171; and Consciousness V1N1 11, V1N2 10–11, V1N3 19–20, 64, V1N4 24, V2N1 111, 118, V2N2 88–89, V2N4 155, V2N6 12–18, 184–85; Contingency in Future V1N3 35, 37–39, 86–87, V1N4 26–28, V1N5 74–75, V2N2 82, 114–16, V2N4 23–24, 186–87, V2N5 155–56; Discrete V1N3 18–20, 48; Development of Concept of V2N2 82–85, V2N6 109; and Existence V2N3 50, 61; Finitude of Future V1N3 37–38, V1N5 4, 17–18; Fixity of Past V1N3 33, 82, V2N5 159; as Form of Intuition V2N4 103, V2N5 13–14, 16–18, V2N6 162–63; Homogeneity of V1N3 39, V1N6 38, V2N3 62; and Identity V1N3 8, 18–20, 33, 43, 47–49, V1N4 65–66, V1N5 7–8, V2N6 45, 185; and Life V1N3 19, V1N5 25, V1N6 146–47; Preference V1N5 10–12, V2N2 56; and Succession V2N2 77, 82–85, V2N3 52, V2N5 23; and Tensed Beliefs V1N1 24, V1N4 6, 66



Truth V1N4 1–28, V1N5 109–47, V1N6 73–103, V2N2 6–10, V2N4 227–33
Artistic V1N3 67, 94–95; Bearers of V1N4 2–8, V1N5 110–11, 227–28, 230–31; Coherence in V1N2 23, V1N4 11–13, 15–17, 20–22, 24–25, V1N5 111–13, 114–29, V1N6 93, 99–104, V2N2 6–7; Convention in V1N4 8–9, 14, V1N5 142, V2N4 81, 85–87; Correspondence in V1N2 23, 34, V1N4 2, 5–7, 10–11, 13–17, 19–21, 25–28, V1N5 109–11, V2N2 6–8, V2N4 228–32; Criteria of V1N4 1, 4, 11, 15–16, 20–21, 23, 25, V2N4 12–13, 37–39; Deflationary Redundancy in V1N6 94–96; Degrees of V1N1 38, V1N4 22, V1N5 111, 114, 117–23, 143–45, V1N6 82, V2N6 150, 164–65, 168–71; Endorsing-Context of V1N6 95; Externalist V1N4 58, V1N5 102–3, V2N4 228–32; v. Falsity V1N4 3, 11–12, 14, 18–22, 26–28, V1N5 111, V2N4 230–32; as Identical with Existence V1N3 5, V1N4 2, 17, V1N5 111, V2N1 131, V2N4 232; Intrinsically Dynamic V1N5 109, 111, 113, V1N6 80; and Language V1N4 58–59, V1N6 85–96, V2N4 231–32, V2N6 34, 59; Logical V1N2 8–10, 33–34, V1N4 8, 16–17, 73, V1N5 112–13, V2N4 227–28; Makers of V1N4 3, 5–6, 8, 10, 12–17, 19–20, 25–28, V1N5 109–11, V2N4 228–29, 230–32; Mathematical V1N1 10–12, V1N2 8–14, 17, 23, V1N4 11, 28, V1N6 65–66, V2N2 7–11, V2N4 99–100, 101–7, 227–28; Meaning of V1N4 1–3, 5–6, 11–17, 19–28, V1N5 109–11; Prior to Its Understanding V1N3 16, V1N4 5, 10, 16, 20; and Rational Belief V2N2 46–56; Satisfaction V1N6 89–91; Utility in V1N6 73–85, V2N2 46–56

Turing Machine V1N5 96



Turing Test V1N5 95–107, V1N6 188–96

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 04:49 AM

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Unconscious. See Subconscious.

Understanding. See Explanation; Intuition; Thought, Comprehensive; Value, Cognitive Truth.

Uniformity of Nature V1N3 37–39, 86–87

Universals V1N1 13, 18, 22, 24–29, V1N2 1, 4–5, 7, 42–43, 56–57, V1N3 65, V1N4 6–8, 12–14, V1N5 110, 112, V1N6 76, 96–97, V2N4 12, 29–32, 48, V2N5 137, V2N6 43–70

Unity
in Art V1N2 70, V2N4 95, V2N5 34, 46, V2N6 201; of a Concept V1N1 24–37, V1N3 80–81, V1N4 19, V1N5 110–12, V2N1 133–34; Explanatory V1N1 37, V1N3 14, 41–42, V1N4 20–21, V1N5 52, 73, 101, V2N2 34, V2N5 48–49, V2N6 140, 142, 148, 150–54; of an Intuition V1N2 11, V1N3 61–62, 64, V1N6 43, 60–61, V2N4 94, 100–101, V2N5 14; in a Life V1N2 70–71, V1N3 98, V1N4 92–93, V1N6 138–40, 144–59, 165–70, V2N3 18–20, V2N4 216, V2N5 35, 101–3, 110–11, 125–30; in a Machine V1N3 87–88; of Man and Nature V1N3 94, 97–99, V2N3 99–100; in Mathematics V1N2 2–3, 6, 12–13, 16, 29; V1N3 49–50, 107, V1N6 65–70, 94–97; of Mind and Brain V1N2 39, 57, V1N3 34, 36, 81, V1N4 91, V1N5 8, 12, 20, 26, 37–38, 41, 54, V1N6 9–11, V2N1 94, 98–99, 104–6, 109–17, 124–27, V2N2 85–88, V2N3 79, 92–94, V2N4 135, 148–63, V2N6 2, 12–27; of a Percept V1N1 14–16, 20–21, V1N2 10–11, V1N3 6–7, 61–65, V1N4 61, V1N5 56–57, V2N1 133, V2N4 110–11, 135–37, 139–40, 155–56, 229, V2N6 24, 26, 33–34; of a Schema V1N3 41, 70–72; of a Self V1N2 72, V1N3 64–65, 94, 98, V1N4 91–93, V1N5 40–41, 60, V1N6 13, 19, 23–24, 154–59, 170, V2N1 134, V2N2 35–37, 41–46, V2N4 81, V2N5 120, V2N6 20, 24, 194; of World v. of Mind V1N2 12–13, V1N3 14, 23, 27, 31, 36, 38, 40–41, 45, 50–51, 61, 63–65, 80–81, V1N4 18, 26, V2N1 133–35, V2N4 229–32, V2N5 12–13, 49. See also Entity; Substance; Relations, Essential; Relations, Part-Whole; Predication; Reason, Integrating Perceptions; Knowledge, Integration in; Truth, Coherence in.

Utilitarianism V2N5 73, 139

Utility V1N5 10–12, V2N2 35–46, 49–50, 52, 56
Marginal V2N2 39–41; Symbolic V2N2 36–42, 45–46, 50

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 05:23 AM

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Value
Anti-Realism V2N4 78–90; Artistic Embodiment of V1N2 69–71, V1N3 94–95, 99–100, V2N5 34, 45–46, 49, 52; Cognitive Instrumental V1N1 14–15, V1N2 57, 61–62, 68–70, V1N3 67–68, 78–88, V1N4 16, 49, 57, 60, V1N5 6, 105–6, V1N6 84, V2N1 104, V2N2 33–37, 46–48, 55–56, 59, 70, 90–96, V2N3 13, 21–22, 25, V2N4 17, 21, 27–28, 44, 104–9, 139–42, 144–46, 166–67, 197–98, 200–202, 220, V2N5 35–46, 125–27, V2N6 52, 58, 66–68, 91–92, 116–17, 119, 124; Cognitive Truth V1N1 17–19, 22, 29–32, 34–38, V1N2 14, 17, 23, 25, 29–30, 36, 43–44, 56–57, V1N3 41–42, 58–68, 70–90, 103–4, V1N4 12, 15–16, 20–25, 34–38, 45, 50–52, 57, V1N5 111, V1N6 84, V2N2 34, 37, 46–48, V2N4 12–13, 24–25, 29–31, 37, 40–42, 44, 51–54, 104, 106, 141–45, 194–98, 202, 228–32, V2N6 69–70, 117–19, 124; Esthetic V1N2 17, 30, V1N5 4, 23, V2N5 51–52, V2N6 200–204, 207–8; and Feeling V1N2 70–77, 90–91, V1N5 5–7, 41–42, V1N6 150–66, V2N3 42, V2N4 79, 81, 83–84, 85, 208, 214, 217–18, V2N5 95; Hierarchy V1N2 51, 69–72, V1N5 12, 41–42, 44–45, V1N6 146, 149, V2N2 35–46, V2N3 101, V2N4 199–200, 208, 216; Innateness of V1N2 79–80, V2N4 199–201, V2N5 75, 84–85, 88, 90; Intrinsic V1N5 111, V1N6 144, V2N4 78, 221–22, V2N5 140, V2N6 208; and Life V1N4 81–96, V1N5 4–12, 18–26, 41, V1N6 138–49, 176, V2N1 102, V2N2 87–89, V2N3 2, 4, 6–11, 17–25, 94, 100, V2N4 199–200, 208–9, 216–22, V2N5 67–91, 100–105, 110–11, 131–32, 133–35, V2N6 215–16; and Meaning V1N4 85, 94, V1N5 161–62; Metaphysical V1N2 69–70, V1N5 111, V1N6 151–54, V2N5 34–35, V2N6 196, 200, 202–3; Moral V1N2 62–63, 68, V1N5 5, 23–24, V1N6 137–70, V2N3 1–44, 84–85, 94–95, 99–100, V2N4 10, 17–21, 78–90, 191, 206–10, 214–24, V2N5 45, 69–71, 77–81, 84–85, 88–91, 95–111, 117–18, 125–30, 133–40, V2N6 215–16, 222–23; Objective V1N2 73, 90–91, V1N3 94, 98, V1N5 4–5, V1N6 144, 147, 163–65, 167, V2N2 34–35, V2N3 9, 18–25, 31, 99–100, V2N4 78, 87, 208–9, 217–20, 224, V2N5 68, 95–96, 105, 110–11, 123–30, 132, V2N6 208; and Pain-Avoidance V1N2 73, 83, V1N4 86–87, 94–95, V1N5 12, 20–21, V1N6 159–64, V2N3 7, 9, 12–14, 39, V2N3 18–20, V2N4 210, 214; and Price V1N5 10, 26, V2N2 42–46; Subjective V1N6 144, V2N4 79, 81–87, 224, V2N5 132, V2N6 207; Ultimate V1N2 72, V1N5 5, 7, V1N6 138, 147, 167, 169–70, V2N3 5–6, 10, 17–19, 101–2, V2N4 208, 218, 221–22, V2N5 70, 72–73, 101–3, 113, 123–24, 131–32, 140

Virtue V1N6 170, V2N3 15, 25, V2N4 9–11, V2N5 68, 110–12, 139

Volition. See Free Will; Decision; Attention, Controlled; Consciousness, Volitional Degrees of; Thought, Choosing.

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 05:25 AM

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Waves
Electromagnetic V1N3 38, V1N4 69–71, V1N5 84–85, V2N2 120–22, V2N6 143–48, 151–53, 167; Mathematics of V1N1 5, V1N3 104–7, V2N6 133–34, 144–48; in Media V1N3 11, 106–8, V2N6 134–35, 176, 144–47; Quantum-Mechanical V1N1 5, V1N2 100, V1N3 106–7, V1N5 84–85, V2N2 122–26

Wealth V1N6 138, 142, 200, V2N3 27–29, 40, V2N4 10–11, 20, 46

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 05:28 AM

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Zen V1N4 56–57

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 05:57 AM

Objectivity
Subject Index Key
A ~ B ~ C ~ D ~ E ~ F
G ~ H ~ I ~ J ~ K ~ L
M ~ N ~ O ~ P ~ Q ~ R
S ~ T ~ U ~ V ~ W ~ Z

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Posted 05 August 2012 - 08:13 AM

On the copyright page at the front of each issue of Objectivity there is quotation I selected for the issue. I think it would be nice to gather them together in this thread. I will remark on a couple of them in a succeeding post.

Words are signs of ideas. –Aristotle

A straight line is a line stretched to the utmost. –Heron of Alexandria

Thinking and understanding are regarded as akin to a form of
perceiving; for in the one as well as the other the soul discriminates
and is cognizant of something which is. –Aristotle

The very fact that we see a star means that its
thermodynamics is like our own. –Norbert Wiener

We exist and we know that we exist,
and we love that fact and our knowledge of it. –Augustine

Avoiding obstacles is easy in 68-dimensional space. –Hinton, Plaut, and Shallice

Staying still never brought anything into focus. –Socrates

Time was when the planets were held to be
wandering stars: now their motion is found
to be regular. Peradventure it is the same
with the comets: posterity will know. –Leibniz

The unit of long-term memory is a spatial pattern. –Stephen Grossberg

The assumption that the coincidence of structures revealed
by using different sense organs and communicable from
one individual to another is accidental, is improbable
to the highest degree. –Max Born

Duration appears to be inseparable from existence. –J. H. Lambert

Only connect. –E. M. Forster

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Posted 05 August 2012 - 09:38 AM

The context of the quotation from Hinton, Plaut, and Shallice and the one from Grossberg is neuroscience.

The first quotation, I misattributed to Aristotle. It should have been Locke. However, the thought appears also at the beginning of Aristotle’s On Interpretation. Rand’s view is similar. Aristotle's words:

Spoken sounds are symbols of affections in the soul, and written marks symbols of spoken sounds. And just as written marks are not the same for all men, neither are spoken sounds. But what these are in the first place signs of—affections of the soul—are the same for all; and what these affections are likenesses of—actual things—are also the same.


The line from Augustine is from The Trinity. “We exist and we know that we exist, and we love that fact and our knowledge of it.” It has the order of Rand’s reversal in Atlas of Descartes’ cogito: “The choice is still open to be a human being, but the price is to start from scratch, to stand naked in the face of reality and, reversing a costly historical error, to declare: ‘I am, therefore I’ll think’.” (See further, here.)

Readers of Descartes’ Discourse on Method and his Meditations wrote to him pointing out that his cornerstone “I think, therefore I am” is very like Augustine’s passage in City of God. “If I am deceived, I am. . . . Since . . . I, the person deceived, should be, even if I were deceived, certainly I am not deceived in this knowledge that I am. And consequently, neither am I deceived in knowing that I know. For, as I know that I am, so I know this also, that I know.” It was pointed out to Descartes that Augustine’s version appears also in The Trinity. Unlike Descartes, Augustine was not using the cogito circumstance as final trump in a program of systematic doubt. Like Descartes, however, Augustine had aimed to use the cogito in demonstrating the immateriality and immortality of the soul.

In a letter to one of the scholars who had pointed out Augustine’s cogito to him, Descartes wrote:

I am obliged to you for drawing my attention to the passage of St. Augustine relevant to my I am thinking, therefore I exist. I went today to the library of this town [Leiden] to read it, and I do indeed find that he does use it to prove the certainty of our existence. He goes on to show that there is a certain likeness of the Trinity in us, in that we exist, we know that we exist, and we love the existence and the knowledge we have.

(Quoted in Augustinian-Cartesian Index [2004], Z. Janowski.)




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