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Posted 02 April 2007 - 06:00 PM

Objectivity Online Archive

Today, in a wonderful act of generosity Stephen Boydstun announced that he has provided his 1990-1998 magazine, Objectivity, online. Here is his announcement.


Stephen,

That's one hell of a story about you and Objectivity. That's concrete proof that love of productive work is life enhancing.

I am interested in receiving the essays. All of them are extremely high-quality. What do I do?

Michael


Today I am happy to announce the site Objectivity Archive. Its address is www.objectivity-archive.com. This site is an archive and library of Objectivity, now freely open to all readers and researchers.

Objectivity is a journal of metaphysics, epistemology, and theory of value informed by modern science. It consists of two volumes, each with six issues. It was a hardcopy journal, for subscribers, published from 1990 to 1998. Its authors were both professional academics and independent scholars.

In addition to the complete, exactly replicated text of Objectivity, the Archive site offers additional helpful features such as ABSTRACTS for all the main essays and a SUBJECT INDEX and NAME INDEX for the entire 1770 pages of the journal.

I looked it over and it is just magnificent.

I am pinning this topic in the Library so that it will be readily available to all who wish to read the important articles he published. For a while, I am putting it on our front page to make sure more people know about it.

If anyone is interested in some preliminary comments from Stephen, see here, and for a touching personal angle, see here.

Thank you, Stephen. Your act of generosity is more appreciated than you could ever know.

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Posted 06 April 2007 - 08:29 AM

Objectivity Online Archive

Today, in a wonderful act of generosity Stephen Boydstun announced that he has provided his 1990-1998 magazine, Objectivity, online. Here is his announcement.



Stephen,

That's one hell of a story about you and Objectivity. That's concrete proof that love of productive work is life enhancing.

I am interested in receiving the essays. All of them are extremely high-quality. What do I do?

Michael


Today I am happy to announce the site Objectivity Archive. Its address is www.objectivity-archive.com. This site is an archive and library of Objectivity, now freely open to all readers and researchers.

Objectivity is a journal of metaphysics, epistemology, and theory of value informed by modern science. It consists of two volumes, each with six issues. It was a hardcopy journal, for subscribers, published from 1990 to 1998. Its authors were both professional academics and independent scholars.

In addition to the complete, exactly replicated text of Objectivity, the Archive site offers additional helpful features such as ABSTRACTS for all the main essays and a SUBJECT INDEX and NAME INDEX for the entire 1770 pages of the journal.

I looked it over and it is just magnificent.

I am pinning this topic in the Library so that it will be readily available to all who wish to read the important articles he published. For a while, I am putting it on our front page to make sure more people know about it.

If anyone is interested in some preliminary comments from Stephen, see here, and for a touching personal angle, see here.

Thank you, Stephen. Your act of generosity is more appreciated than you could ever know.

Michael


I echo Michael's thanks for the re-release of this material.

Personally, I have long been keen to read Ray Shelton's comparison of Rand and Epicurus in Vol 2 No 3, and am very pleased now to have been able to do so. It's a profound article, and I'm still getting to grips with it.

Best regards

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Posted 11 September 2007 - 09:09 PM

Good resource. Thanks - Stephen Boydstun.

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Posted 12 September 2007 - 05:17 AM

Good resource. Thanks - Stephen Boydstun.

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I agree. Stephen has done yoe person service. Applause is due.

I find his publication dazzling. In the slang parlance, this man really knows his shit.

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Posted 07 December 2007 - 08:31 PM

Thanks to Stephen Boydstun for making these archives available. I bookmarked the site, printed out a memo with the URL and put that into a (physical) file folder of Objectvist resources. I then read "Objectivist Ethics: A Biological Critique" by Ron Merrill. I am so sorry that Ron cannot be engaged. I have a few questions.

I was deeply impressed with the presentation and had to step back mentally and ask mysefl why I found the logic so compelling and the conclusions so wanting. Over on RoR, I took an arrow for being a "consequentialist" but by my own understanding of academic ethics, Objectivism is one of the consequentialist philosophies. Merrill said so, as well.

I found more insightful and compelling his note that in point of fact by definition what we call "Social Darwinism" is really "Social Lamarckism" i.e., the heritability of acquired characteristics. He did not say more than that but clearly wealth, money, class and "life chances" are among those characteristics. From my understanding at this point, Merrill's first conclusion, that Rand failed to establish a biological basis for Objectivist ethics within the context of a nominally "crowded" and obviously urban world, fails on several grounds. I do grant, however, his subtle and insightul comparison between Rand and Kropotkin, both of whom came from sociieties (at 50 degrees North Latitude) in which conflict with nature far overshadowed any conflicts with other humans, whereas Darwin (and others) saw only the lush tropics in which animals compete against each other because the environment encourages prolific reproduction. (That, too, is arguable. In fact, the jungle is a desert.) Merrill criticized this "frontier" assumption, that essentially, we have few humans amid abundant resources with few or no externalities to our actions. I would argue just the opposite.

One of Rand's greatest discoveries -- one that always meets resistance from my peers in sociology -- is that alone on an island, the isolated individual has the greatest need for morality. Similarly, I would say that crowded into an urban milieu, ethical egoism comes to its fullest force and "social darwinism" (or lamarckism, if you will) has its freest play.

I could go on. My point is not to argue with the article or Merrill but to demonstrate my overwhelming satisfaction at the quality of the presentation. The higest compliment that I can pay is: "I could not have written this." (Egoists are seldom humble. The other day I was in Barnes and Noble, reading a new book on entrepreneurship from Harvard Press and it was the kind thing I would do if I had to fill 500 pages off the top of my head without regard for proving anything.)

Anyway, I read all the Abstracts and I look forward to reading more articles.

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Posted 16 October 2008 - 10:14 AM

I am pleased to announce the completion and installation of the comprehensive SUBJECT INDEX for Objectivity.

Here is a stretch of the “P” section:

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.

Edited by Stephen Boydstun, 16 October 2008 - 10:54 AM.


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Posted 06 January 2011 - 11:21 AM

It might be useful to have the Subject Index for Objectivity right here, particularly, since the color dimension is now available here. There will be a linked alphabet at the end to the sequence of individual sectors of the index. I will be able to put up only one sector each week, but we’ll get there.

There are no links from the index to the cited entries in the journal; the index has to be used simply as one would use an index at the back of a book. Anyone desiring a hard-copy original set of Objectivity, free of charge, should contact me via the e-mail service of this site.

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Abstraction
Conceptual V1N1 3, 6, 12, 24–31, V1N2 3–4, 14, 24–26, 36–37, 44, 56–57, 95–97, V1N3 59, 61–62, 65–66, 79–81, 95–96, V1N4 4–5, 9, 12, V1N5 31, 111–12, V1N6 14–21, 64–66, 153, V2N1 132–33, V2N3 22, V2N4 12–14, 29–32, 98, 106, 112, 114, 122, 168–70, V2N5 37–46, V2N6 48–53, 57–58, 66–70, 84, 92–93, 98, 107; and Concrete Rendition V1N2 25–26, 68–69, 72, V1N3 59, 63–64, 79–81, V1N5 109–12, V2N3 63–66, 68, 136, 138, V2N5 34, 37–46, V2N6 201; Emotional V1N6 154, 162–63, V2N5 37, V2N6 207–8; Reification in V1N1 11–12, V1N2 3–4, 24, V1N3 6, V1N5 99, 101, 109–13, V2N6 43–44, 47, 50, 52; Schematic V1N1 16–18, V1N3 41–42, 64, 70–75, 77, 81, V1N5 58, V2N4 154, 156, V2N6 102, 104–7. See also Relations; Universals.

Achievement
as Cardinal Value V1N6 149–59; and Meaning V1N5 161–62; Praise for V1N2 67, 91

Action
and Belief V1N1 23, V1N2 38–39, 54–56, 61–62, 74–75, V1N3 98, V1N4 44–45, 47–50, 56–57, V1N5 53, V2N1 130, V2N4 81, 202, V2N5 126–30, V2N6 27; and Contradiction V1N3 33–34, V1N4 44–45, 48–50, 57, V1N5 7–8, 103, V2N4 81, V2N5 56, 123–30, 137; and Cortical Inhibition V1N2 39, 54, V1N3 34, V2N4 193, V2N6 111; and Drive Reduction V1N5 19–20; Fixed-Action-Pattern V1N5 38, 54, V1N2 110, V2N4 199–200; Goal-Directed V1N3 83–85, 93–94, V1N5 6, 39, 45, V1N6 150, V2N2 83, 91–96, V2N3 6–9, 17–19, 97–98, V2N4 188–93, 217–19, 222, V2N5 100–103, 119, 131–33, V2N6 11–12; Inherence of V1N4 9, V1N6 22, V2N6 93; Neuronal Bases of Voluntary V1N2 39, 54, V1N3 34, V2N1 112–16, V2N4 125–27; Stimulus-Response V1N5 36, 38–39, 55, V2N1 112, V2N4 198–99; and Vigilance V1N5 37–38. See also Rationality, Practical.

Actuality. See Existence; Possibility.

Adaptive Resonance Theory V2N4 152–57, 166–67, V2N6 31–32

Algebra V1N1 4–5, V1N2 15, 24, 30, V1N3 101–4, 109–10, V2N6 56, 66
Origins of V1N1 34, V1N2 15–16, 26–30

Alienation V1N3 94–99, V2N5 106–7, 116, 129–30

Analogy V1N3 41–42, 75–76, V1N6 113–14, V2N5 34–35, V2N6 81, 87, 125, 136–37, 144, 146

Apperception V1N3 64–65, V1N5 30–32. See also Self-Consciousness; Mind, Personal; Introspection.

Arithmetic V1N1 4, V2N2 11, V2N4 104–5
Origins of V1N1 5, 9, V1N2 9, 11, 15–16, V1N6 64–65; Neuronal Mediation of V2N4 158–61

Art V2N5 33–65, V2N6 200–204
without Death V1N5 1–26; and Deep Truth V1N3 67, 94–95, 99–100, V2N3 136, V2N6 207; Essence in V1N2 70–71, V2N5 34, 52–53; Fine V2N5 54–62; Greek V2N6 197–200; and Mathematics V2N4 95–97; as Microcosm V2N5 34, 48–49, 51, 54, 62; and Possibility V1N2 69–71, 90, V1N3 65–66, V1N6 156–57, V2N3 43, V2N4 209, V2N5 47–49; Psychological Need for V1N2 68–71, V1N5 21–23, V2N3 27, 30–31, 100, 136, V2N5 41–42, 45–46; and Reason V1N2 69–70, V1N3 67, V1N5 22–23, V2N6 202–5; without Reference V1N2 70, V2N3 117, 133–34, 136–43, V2N5 49, 53–54; Unity in V1N2 70, V2N4 95, V2N5 34, 46, V2N6 201. See also Music; Literature.

Association
and Logical Inference V1N2 37–41, 55–56, V1N3 10–11, 21–23, 26–27, 74–75, V2N1 134, V2N4 128–33, V2N6 96–97; and Perceptual Integration V1N2 38–40, V1N3 21–22, 61–65, V2N2 75, 86–88, 100, V2N4 149–55, V2N6 112–13; v. Representation V2N4 128–29, 132–33, V2N5 39–40, V2N6 83. See also Conditioning; Habit.

Astronomy V1N4 15, V1N5 16, V2N4 23, 27–28

Atomic Hypothesis V1N3 13–15, V1N4 66–67, 69–71, V1N6 42, V2N4 22–23, 49

Attention
Anterior System of V2N1 114, V2N4 135; Auditory V1N5 47, 55, V2N4 155–56; Controlled V1N2 14, 25; V1N5 40–41, 43–45, 54, 60–61, V2N1 119, V2N3 101–2, V2N4 152–57, V2N6 6, 11, 24; Equated with Consciousness V1N5 29, 54; Global System of V2N6 20–24; Joint V1N2 79–81; and Neuronal Synchrony V1N5 54, V2N4 110, 153, 155; Personal Priorities of V1N2 88–89, V1N5 44–45; Visual V1N1 20–22, V2N4 110, 134–36, V2N6 55

Attribute. See Quality; Substance.

Autonomy V2N5 111–13, 123

Awareness. See Consciousness.

Axioms
Laws of Physics as V1N5 82–83, 87, 90–91, V1N6 181–83; Mathematical V1N2 6–8, 12–14, 18–20, 22–23, V1N5 80–81, V1N6 66, 68, V2N2 1–2, 11, V2N4 101–2, 107, 110–11, 175; Philosophical V1N2 6, 23, 33–34, V1N3 5, 40–43, V1N4 15, 31–37, 40, 43–49, V1N6 19, V2N1 97, V2N2 1–13, V2N2 131–35, V2N6 3, 214

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Posted 24 January 2011 - 09:57 AM

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Beauty V1N2 70, V1N3 66, V2N1 69–70, V2N4 95–97, 174

Behavior. See Action.

Being. See Existence.

Belief V2N2 46–56
and Action V1N1 23, V1N2 38–39, 54–56, 61–62, 74–75, V1N3 98, V1N4 44–45, 47–50, 56–57, V1N5 53, V2N1 130, V2N4 81, 202, V2N5 126–30, V2N6 27; and Concepts V1N1 23–24, V1N4 4, V2N6 115; and Evidence V2N2 52–56, V2N3 43, V2N4 26–27; and Knowledge V1N2 1, 28, V1N3 21–24, 36–37, V1N4 38–39, V1N6 73–75, V2N1 127–30, V2N4 13, 37, 77, 102, V2N5 112; and Language V1N1 23–24, V1N2 59, V1N4 28, 44–45, 47–50, 56–57; Objectivity in V2N2 46–56, V2N4 26–28, 31; and Perception 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; Present Fact in V1N3 32, 49–51; and Propositions V1N1 23–24, V1N3 7, 44–45, V1N4 4, 28, V2N4 37, 44–45; Rationality of V2N2 46–56.
See also Truth; Probability; Certainty.

Biology. See Life of Organisms; Evolution; Botany; Neurons.

Boredom V1N4 86–91, 94–95, V1N5 12, 20–23, 160–61, V2N3 40

Botany V2N4 33, 188–91, 197–98

Brain V2N1 109, 111, 112–18, V2N2 85–88, 53–54, V2N4 123–25, 134–35, 142, V2N6 19–25
Cerebral Lateralization of V1N6 127–33, V2N1 51–67, V2N2 138, V2N3 126–30, 144, 146–47, V2N4 115, 158–63, V2N6 6, 11–27; Computational V1N5 102, V1N6 194–95, V2N1 96, V2N4 123–27, 146, 148–57, V2N6 12–18; Functional Modularity of V2N1 53–54, 113–15, 117, 125, V2N4 131, 135, 159–60, V2N6 21; Information Processing by V1N4 91, V1N5 8, 54–56, 59–60, 62–63, 96, V2N1 109–17, V2N2 85–90, V2N3 126–31, V2N4 123–27, 133–35, 143, 146, 149–64, V2N6 6, 11–27; Maps V1N2 51–52, V2N4 123–27, 146, 150–51; and Mind 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. See also Neurons; Neuronal Mediation.

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Posted 29 January 2011 - 09:35 AM

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Calculus V1N2 15, V1N3 106–7, V1N6 65, 69, V2N1 9–11, V2N4 164–65, 171–74

Categorical Imperative V2N5 137–38

Categories V1N1 22, V1N3 9–10, 13, V2N2 85–90, V2N6 44–46, 53–54, 63, 69–70, 74–75, 77, 80–89, 94–95, 104–5, 115–19
Aristotelian V1N1 27, V2N6 75; Humean V2N6 58–59; Kantian V1N4 24, V2N1 133–34, V2N2 77

Causality
Efficient V1N3 11–12, 21–30, 35–43, V1N5 69, 85, V2N1 44, 100–101, 105, V2N4 183, V2N5 22, 100, 160, V2N6 160–61, 165–66; and Essence V1N1 37–38, V2N6 45, 55; and Explanation V1N1 37–38, V1N3 17, 21–22, 25–30, 37, V1N4 20–21, V1N5 74–75, V2N1 44, 101–3, 105, V2N2 23–24, 28, V2N4 191, V2N5 101, 103, 123, V2N6 3–4, 216; Final V1N5 69, V2N1 101–3, V2N3 7–8, 17–19, 83–84, 97–98, V2N4 23, 33, 183, V2N5 100–104, 110–11, 123–26, 133, 137–38, 140, V2N6 45; Formal V1N5 69, V2N5 111–12; and Identity V1N3 10–12, 17, 21–30, 35–37, V2N1 100–101, 105, V2N2 8, V2N4 7, 9, 48, V2N5 160–61; Law of V1N3 24–25, V2N1 100, V2N2 8, V2N4 102, V2N5 21–24; Learning V1N2 38–39, V1N3 9, 11, 20, 26–28, V2N2 73–76, V2N6 110, 115; Material V1N3 10, 30, V1N5 69, V2N5 22; Necessity in 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; Perception of V1N1 16, V1N2 38–39, 75, V1N3 9, 11, 20, 26–27, 29, 32, V2N4 200; v. Randomness V1N5 75, 85, V2N2 8, 115, 125, V2N4 187–88, V2N5 160–61; and Responsibility V2N3 77–78, 84, 86, 107–8, 111, V2N5 111, 139; and Scientific Law V1N3 9, 28–30, 39–40, V1N5 13–15, 74–75, 142–43, V2N1 44, 126–27, 134, V2N3 54–56, V2N5 21–24, V2N6 165–66; Self-Forming V1N2 48–49, 61, V1N5 5, 74–75, 84, 89, V2N3 106, V2N5 110–11; Structuring v. Triggering V2N4 191, 198

Certainty
of Immediate Apprehensions V1N2 35, V1N3 5, V1N4 10, 12, 35, V1N5 126–27, 134, V2N2 75, V2N4 12–13, 29, 32, 37–43, 101, 229, V2N6 51; and Knowledge V1N2 10, 12–13, 18, V1N4 12–13, 20–21, 26–27, 35, 38–39, 45, V2N1 127, V2N2 13, V2N4 13, 36, 38, 44–45, 48; of Logic V1N2 17, V1N3 5, 33, V1N4 26, 45–51; of Mathematics V1N2 9–10, 12–13, V1N3 16–17, V1N4 11, V2N2 1–2, V2N4 101–3, 107; and Time Preference V1N5 11–12. See also Skepticism; Error; Empiricism v. Rationalism; Necessity; Induction, Ampliative; Measurement, in Quantum Regime; Dynamics, Quantum; Dynamics, Chaotic.

Chance. See Contingency; Possibility; Randomness; Probability.

Change
and Identity V1N1 26, V1N3 12, 30, V1N4 48, V2N2 63, V2N5 23; Substrate of V1N1 26, V1N3 8–9, V2N2 63, V2N4 22; and Underlying Invariants V1N1 14–15, V1N3 12, V2N2 61–65

Chaos. See Dynamics, Chaotic.

Charity V2N3 26, 42, V2N5 108, 136

Choice. See Decision; Free Will.

Cognition. See Perception; Thought; Reason; Knowledge.

Concentration. See Attention, Controlled.

Concepts V1N1 13–38, V1N3 79–81, V2N6 43–70, 73–99
as Action Instruments V1N1 18, 28, V1N3 9–10, 67–68, 71–72, V2N6 103–4; Adequacy in V1N4 18–19, V1N5 109–12, V2N1 131; in Animals V1N1 14, 22, V1N2 48–49, 54–59, 74–75, V2N4 114, 169, 177; and Beliefs V1N1 23–24, V1N4 4, V2N6 115; Childhood V1N1 13–14, 16–18, 22–24, 28, 30–37, V1N2 38–40; V1N3 9–10, 12–13, 71–72, 81, V1N4 51, V1N5 32–34, V1N6 1–33, V2N2 83–85, V2N4 121–23, 196, V2N6 65, 71, 100–124; and Context V1N1 22, 31, V1N4 36, 52–54, V1N6 15, 17–18, 97, 99, V2N1 97, V2N4 139–40, V2N6 69–70, 80–82; Extensions and Intensions of V1N2 43–44, V1N3 43–44, V2N4 230, V2N6 62, 74–75, 106; Formation of V1N1 24–25, 28–34, V1N2 24–25, 28, 95–97, V1N3 66, 79–81, V1N4 4–5, 9, V1N5 13, V1N6 1–33, V2N1 132, V2N3 22, 104, V2N4 13–14, 25–26, 50, V2N6 44, 48, 51–53, 57–58, 64, 66, 67–68, 98, 103–9, 112–14; and Identification V1N1 13, 20–23, 27–38, V1N4 34, V1N5 112, V1N6 96–97, V2N1 134, V2N2 5, 90, V2N4 139–40, 142, 196, V2N6 44–46, 49–50, 54–58, 64, 67–70, 80–82, 90; v. Images V1N1 25–26, V1N3 70, 81, V2N4 25–26, 162–63, V2N5 40, V2N6 58; Implicit V1N1 13, V1N4 51, V1N6 27, V2N2 134, V2N6 62; and Induction V1N1 29, 35–38, V1N2 36, 42–44, V1N4 33–34, V2N6 81, 115, 117–18, 124; Innateness of V1N1 13, V1N2 34, 51, V1N4 17, V2N2 72–73, 99, V2N4 48, 140; by Intuition v. by Postulation V1N6 41–52; Intuitive v. Abstractive V2N6 50–51, 92–93; and Language V1N1 13, 16–20, 29, 36, V1N2 39–40, V1N3 74–76, 81, V1N4 6–8, 18, 32, 40–43, V1N5 102, V2N3 93, V2N4 25, 114–15, V2N5 14, 39, 42–44, V2N6 6, 48, 50–52, 54–56, 58, 59–63, 65, 69, 80, 104, 106, 114, 123–24; and Mental Economy V1N1 22, V1N2 36, 40, 43–44, 56–57, V1N3 80, V2N1 104, V2N4 108, V2N5 41–42, V2N6 66, 68, 69, 76, 80–82, 97–98; Objectivity in 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; Primacy of V1N5 109–12, V2N6 70; and Propositions 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; as Prototypes V2N6 79, 83–98, 115, 120, 125; and Recognition V1N1 15–18, V1N6 15, 20, V2N4 139–40, V2N6 58, 62–63, 81–82; and Reference V1N1 13, 19–23, V1N2 22, 25–26, V1N3 14, V1N4 19, V1N5 102–3, 109–12, V2N6 44, 48–55, 62–63, 69–70, 112; Reformation of V1N1 4–9, 34–38; V1N2 13, 15, 17, 27; V1N3 6, 9–10, 14–15, 28, 74–77, 105–6, V2N6 59, 82; and Schemas V1N1 16–18, V1N3 41–42, 69–78, V1N4 52, V2N2 90, V2N4 196, V2N6 103–6; and Sets V1N1 13, 29, 36, V1N2 43–44, 101–2, V2N4 122, V2N6 90, 105–6; and Similarity 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 Taxonomy V1N1 30–37, V1N3 79–80, V2N6 106, 113; Thematic V1N1 29–31, V2N6 93–94, 102, 112–13; as Unities of Distinct Determinations V1N1 31–34, V1N5 110. See also Measurement, Omission of; Universals.

Conditioning
Classical V1N5 38, V2N4 198–99, 201; with Delayed Reinforcement V1N5 12; Operant V1N5 38, V2N1 115, V2N4 202; with Probabilistic Reinforcement V1N2 55–56, V2N4 128–30

Consciousness V1N5 29–64, V2N1 93–106, 116–19, V2N2 136–38, V2N6 1–38
and Animal Action V1N2 47–63, V1N5 30, 36–42, 46, 52–54, 102, V2N1 103, 105–6, 112–13, 117, 119, V2N2 77–78, 88–89, 92–95, 136, V2N3 20–21, V2N4 191, 197–98, 200–202, V2N6 16–17, 20–21, 70–71; at Birth V1N1 14, V2N2 101; Dissociation of V1N5 59–60, V2N6 12, 20; Efficacy of V1N2 52, V1N5 45–46, V2N1 99–106, V2N4 12–13, V2N6 16–17; Evolution of V1N2 54, 69, V1N5 22, 36–42, 46, V2N2 88–96, V2N6 4–5, 36; First-Person v. Third-Person V2N6 5–8; Focal V1N1 20–22, V1N2 14, 24–25, V1N3 79, V1N5 43–44, 47, V2N1 119–21, V2N2 136–38, V2N3 21–22, V2N4 152–54, V2N6 11–12, 32; and Free Will V1N2 47–63, V1N5 79, V2N1 104–5, 111–21, V2N3 21–22, 101–2, V2N4 193, 195–96, 202, V2N6 12, 32, 34; Hard Problem of V2N6 1–2, 8, 34; as Identification V1N2 33, V1N3 44, V1N4 34, V2N1 134, V2N4 110, 195–98, V2N6 5; Intentionality of V1N4 34, 36–37, V1N5 29, 35–36, 102, V2N1 96, 119, V2N5 37–38, V2N6 6; and Mind V1N2 52, V1N5 51–52, 100–105, V2N1 95–96, 111–19, V2N4 115–16, V2N6 11–27, 34–37; Multiple-Drafts Model of V1N5 55–56, V2N6 14–17; Multiple-Realizability of V1N5 101–6, V2N6 4, 21, 34–37; Neuronal Bases of 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; Perceptual v. Conceptual V1N1 3, V1N4 61, V1N5 47, V2N1 113–18, 132–34, V2N2 87–90, V2N4 194–96, V2N6 31–32, 66–68; Primacy of V1N1 11, V1N2 23, 60, V1N3 27, 64–65, V1N4 36, V1N5 30, 109–13, V2N4 99–100, V2N6 7–8; Primary v. Higher-Order V2N1 116–19, V2N2 88–89, 138, V2N4 195; Reality of V1N2 52, V1N4 37, V2N1 93–99, V2N2 9, V2N6 1–3, 20; and Self-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; and Self-Mirror V1N2 67–75, 80, V1N3 96–97; and Time V1N1 11, V1N2 10–11, V1N3 19–20, 64, V1N4 24, V2N1 111, 118, V2N2 88–89, V2N4 155, V2N6 12–18, 184–85; Vigilant V1N5 20–22, 37–38, 48, V2N4 153–54; Volitional Degrees of V1N2 47–63, V1N5 29, 42–47, 49–51, V2N1 118, 120–22, V2N6 70–71; and Zoological Taxa V1N2 69, V2N2 137. See also Perception; Attention; Emotions; Concepts; Subconscious.

Consequentialism V2N5 107, 123, 139–40

Contingency V2N4 184–87
and Contradiction V1N2 8, V1N3 3, 5, 33, 40–41, V2N2 105, 110, V2N4 184–85; and Contrary Conceivability V1N3 16–17, V1N4 8, V1N5 113; and Choice V1N2 54–56, V1N3 2–3, V1N5 37–38, V2N2 82, 106–7, V2N4 187–88; of Existence V1N2 34–35, V1N3 2, 4, 5, 16, V1N5 113, V2N2 106, V2N4 230, V2N5 152; and Free Will V1N2 54–56, V1N3 2–3, V1N5 74, V2N2 110–16, V2N4 23–24, 187–88, 190–93, V2N5 162; of Future Events V1N3 35, 37–39, 86–87, V1N4 26–28, V1N5 74–75, V2N2 82, 114–16, V2N4 23–24, 186–87, V2N5 155–56; and Life V1N4 84–86, V1N5 4–7, 10–12, 36–42, V2N3 7, 11, 17–18, V2N4 188–91, 194, 197–202, V2N5 162; of Natural Laws V1N3 2–4, 35, 40, V2N2 107; and Prediction V1N3 37–41, 86–87, V1N4 27, V2N4 183–87, V2N5 152–53, 159–62; and Reasons V1N2 9, 54–55, V1N3 17, 21–23, 27–30, 35–41, 86–87, V1N4 15, V2N1 132, V2N2 106–7, 115. See also Necessity.

Contradiction V1N2 33, V1N4 44–50, 54–59, V2N2 4, 6, 10, V2N4 77, V2N4 227, 232
and Action V1N3 33–34, V1N4 44–45, 48–50, 57, V1N5 7–8, 103, V2N4 81, V2N5 56, 123–30, 137; and Contingency V1N2 8, V1N3 3, 5, 33, 40–41, V2N2 105, 110, V2N4 184–85; and Contradictories V1N3 3; and Identity V1N2 33–34, V1N3 5, 12, 15, V1N4 36–37, 49, 56–57, V1N5 112–13, V2N2 65–67, V2N4 127–28, V2N5 127; and Negative Identicals V1N2 34; Prior to Language V1N3 33–34; and Self-Contradiction V1N4 44–45, 47–50, V1N5 70–71, 88, V1N6 178–79, 185, V2N2 4. See also Logic; Hypothetico-Deductive Method; Possibility, Logical; Relations, Logical; Truth, Logical; Learning Non-Contradiction.

Cosmology V1N3 38–40, V1N5 13–18, V2N3 60–61, V2N5 7, 27–29

Courage V2N4 10

Creativity. See Thought, Inventive.

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Death V1N5 2–3, 160, V2N3 7, 35, V2N4 23, 30, 50, 222, V2N5 35, 110, V2N6 213, 217
Denial of V1N5 24, V2N3 40, V2N4 222; and Possibility of Art V1N5 1–26, V2N5 35–37; and Tranquility V2N3 12, 38; and Value of Life V1N3 97, V1N4 81–96, V1N5 4–11, 18–25, V1N5 60–66, V2N3 10

Decision V1N5 83, V2N1 112–16, V2N2 33–46, 50
and Awareness of Alternatives V1N5 104, V1N6 31, V2N3 91, 95; and Contingency V1N2 54–56, V1N3 2–3, V1N5 37–38, V2N2 82, 106–7, V2N4 187–88; Control over V1N5 40–41, 44–45, V2N3 86–87, V2N5 111–13, 154–55, 159–62; of God V1N3 2–3; Pandemonium Model of V1N5 37–38, 40–41; Perceptual v. Behavioral V2N1 115–16; Rationality of V1N5 162, V2N2 33–46, 50, 51–56, V2N5 108, 126–30; to Think V1N2 49–50, 62–63, V1N3 99, V1N5 9, 42–44, 83, V1N6 31, V2N1 118, 120–21, 128–29, V2N6 32. See also Free Will; Principle of Sufficient Reason.

Deduction V1N2 5, 17, 33, 35–36, 40, V1N3 5, 15, 31, 33, 86, V1N4 28, 33, 44, 50, V2N2 3, 11–12, 49, V2N4 14, 30–31, 100
and Induction V1N2 14, 29, 33–36, 40, V1N3 15, 31–32, 36–37, 40–41, 47–48, V1N4 33–34, 50, V1N5 143, V2N2 13, V2N4 14, 31, 42, 52, 107; Limitative Theorems of V1N2 19–21, V1N5 80–81, 82–83, 91, 100, V2N3 81, V2N4 107–8; in Mathematics V1N2 2–3, 6, 13–14, 18, 22–23, 28–30, 41–42, V1N3 46–47, 50, 86, V1N5 79–81, V1N6 67–70, V2N2 1–2, 7, 11, V2N4 30, 94, 100, 102–3

Definition V1N1 2, 34–37, V1N2 2–3, 5–6, 12, 14, 22–23, V1N3 105–6, V1N4 8, 12, V1N6 63, 66–67, V2N4 104, 106, V2N6 45–47, 61, 69–70, 104, 106, 193

Deontology V2N3 15, V2N4 10, 210, V2N5 108, 123–27

Desire V1N2 61, 67, V1N3 83–84, V1N5 31, 45, V2N2 83, V2N3 8–9, 16, V2N4 10–11, 18, 85, 208–9, 215–16, V2N5 110–11, 113, 126, 135

Despair V2N2 40

Determinism
Biological V1N5 36–39, V2N1 109–20, 125–27, 131, V2N3 78–79, V2N4 188–93, 198–202, V2N5 83–85, 161–62; Environmental V2N5 75, 81–82; v. Free Will V1N2 56, V1N3 68–69, 99, V1N5 69–91, V1N6 156–58, 177–87, V2N1 109–11, 130–32, V2N2 9, 110–16, V2N3 41–42, 77–78, 86, 90–91, 101–9, V2N4 7–9, 23–24, 186–88, 193–94, 202, V2N5 98–100, 111–12, 153–62; and Predeterminism V2N4 7–9, 23–24, 183–87, V2N5 151; v. Predictability V1N5 75, V2N1 31–44, V2N4 183–88, V2N5 151–53, 155–57; Physical V1N3 24–25, V1N4 26, V1N5 71–72, 75–76, 81, 85, 88–89, V2N1 31, 35–36, 39–43, 132, V2N3 80, V2N4 22–24, 183–88, V2N5 149–62. See also Necessity.

Dialectic V2N4 36, 51–53

Discovery
of Ampθre’s Law V2N6 137; of Angular-Momentum Conservation V2N3 56; of Atoms V1N3 13–14; of Benzene Shape V1N6 111; of Cell V2N3 97; of Centrifugal-Force Formula V2N2 27–28, 52–54; of Chaos V2N1 35, 38–39; of Complex-Number Properties V1N3 50, 107; of Conditional Probability V2N1 7; of Coordinate Geometry V2N2 19; of Coulomb’s Law V2N6 136; of Current-Produced Magnetism V2N6 137; of DNA V2N3 97; of Expanding Universe V1N5 15–16; of Faraday’s Law V2N6 139–41; of Gaussian Distribution V2N1 9–10; of Group Theory V1N2 30; of HCl V1N6 63; of Hippocampal Cognitive Map V1N2 51; Imagination in V1N2 28, V1N3 49–50, 73–77, 85–90, V1N5 13, V1N6 112–13, V2N4 97–98; of Incommensurable Ratios V1N1 6–7, 108–9; of Incompleteness Theorems V1N2 19–20; of Intrinsic Spin V1N4 76, V2N2 121; of Light Polarization V2N6 145; of Logarithms of Negative Numbers V1N1 5; of Mathematical Induction V1N3 48; of Mass-Energy Equivalence V2N3 69, V2N6 169; in Mathematics V1N2 3, 28–29, V1N3 49–50, V1N6 68–69, 112, V2N4 93–100; of Matter Waves V2N2 122–23; of Maxwell Distribution V2N2 118; of Neuronal Basis of Working Memory V2N1 113; of Neurotransmitter V1N6 111; of Non-Euclidean Geometries V1N2 12–13, 30, V2N2 108; of Photons V2N2 120; of Point Particles V1N2 25–26; of Preattentive Pickup V1N1 20–21; of Principle of Inertia V1N3 28–29; of Quantum Mechanics V2N1 40, V2N2 120–24; in Science V1N3 26, 30–32, 74–77, 89–90, V1N5 13–16, V2N2 121; of Smallpox Vaccine V1N3 76, V1N6 113–14; of Transcendental Numbers V1N3 109–10

Dreams V1N4 15, V1N5 35, 63–64, V1N6 25, 120–27, V2N1 65–68, 111–12, V2N4 26, V2N6 2–3, 34
and Creation V1N6 110–11, V2N1 68; and Memory V1N5 63–64, V1N6 124–26; Neuronal Mediation of V1N6 124, V2N6 21, 23

Dynamics
Chaotic V1N3 25, V1N5 72–73, 75, V2N1 31–45; Classical V1N3 28–29, 39–40, 106–8, V1N4 71–73, V1N5 14, 75, 144, V2N1 32–40, V2N2 26–28, 117, 120, V2N3 52–57, 59–60, 71, V2N4 185–86, V2N5 4, V2N6 132–34, 142–43, 146, 165–66, 170; Conserved Quantities in V1N3 35, 39–40, V1N4 73, V2N2 23, 26, 125, V2N3 56, V2N6 133, 136–37, 164–65, 169, 171, 175; Electromagnetic V1N5 13–14, V2N6 136–49, 152–53, 164–68, 177–78, 181; Flatly False V1N3 28–29, V2N2 24; General-Relativity V1N3 39, V1N4 72, V1N5 14–15, V2N6 136, 150, 168, 216; Gravitational V1N3 14, 31, V1N5 13–15, V2N2 28, V2N3 69, V2N6 132, 142–43, 150, 174–75, 186; Quantum V1N3 25, 39, V1N4 70, 74–79, V1N5 16, 76, 81, 84–90, V2N1 40–43, V2N2 120–26, V2N3 69, V2N5 161, V2N6 216; Special-Relativity V1N4 72–73, V2N2 27, 122, V2N6 164–71

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Economics V1N5 9–12, V1N6 146, V2N3 33, 43, V2N4 129, 170, V2N5 78, 89–90, 116, V2N6 221–22, 231

Egoism V1N6 144, 153, 155, V2N3 34, 38, 42, V2N5 70, 90–91, 105–30, V2N6 215–16, 226
Eudaimonic V1N6 138–39, 143–48, 155, 159, 169–70, V2N3 14, 16, V2N5 95–96, 105, 110–11, 120–21, 135; Harmonious V1N6 143, 145–47, 153–59, 169–70, V2N5 70, 77–78, 95–96, 110–11, 120–21, 135; Hedonistic V1N6 159–61, V2N3 3, 14, V2N4 17–21, 224; Immoral V2N3 34, V2N5 78, 84; Noble V1N6 169; Perfectionist V2N5 95–141; Rational V1N6 141, 145, 155–56, V2N3 3, 19–27, 42, V2N4 17–21, 224, V2N5 70, 77–78, 90–91, 95, 107–21, 131; Subjectivist V1N4 36, V2N3 34

Eleatic Monism V1N4 48

Elementary Particles V1N4 67–68, 74–76, V2N6 171
Decay of V1N3 19, 30, V1N5 81, 86, V2N2 119, 121; Determinism Arising from V1N5 72, V2N2 124, V2N5 161; Identical V1N3 43, V1N4 68, 74–77, V2N5 161; Point-Like V1N2 25–26, V2N5 5; Statistics of V1N4 76, V2N2 118–21, 123, V2N5 161; Wave-Complement of V1N2 100, V1N5 84–85, V2N3 122

Emotions V1N5 41–42, 48, 61–63, V1N6 161–63, V2N3 23, 146, V2N4 201
and Mathematics V2N4 93–95, 97–99; and Music V2N3 117–20, 122–25, 128–34; and Productive Work V1N2 67, 71, V1N3 83–85; and Sociability V1N2 73–85, 91, V2N3 124–25, 131–33; and Subconscious Process V1N2 82–83, V1N5 61–63, V2N3 102; as Subverting Rationality V1N2 88, 90, V1N3 58, 60–61, V2N2 37, 51, V2N3 102, V2N4 10–11, V2N5 110, V2N6 194; and Survival V1N5 21–24, 41–42, V2N2 37, V2N3 22, V2N5 110

Empathy V1N2 73, 80, 82–83, 88–89, V1N5 50, V2N3 26, 42–43

Empiricism V1N2 14, 29–30, V1N3 20–21, V1N4 4–5, 9, 61, V1N5 111–13, V1N6 55–70, V2N4 12–13, 24–26, 37–43, 45, 104–7, 118, 139–40, V2N6 6, 52, 54–55, 57–58
v. Rationalism V1N2 41, V1N3 90, V1N4 20, 32, 35–38, 59, V1N5 112–13, V2N2 13, 72–73, 77

Entities V1N1 10–12, 28, V1N2 3–4, 13, 21, 24–26, V1N3 14, 49–50, 79, 105–7, V1N4 61, V1N6 22, V2N2 134–35, V2N4 107–12, 139–140

Epicureanism V2N3 3–42, 103, V2N4 1, 15–28, 32, 49–50, 54, 205–10, 213–25

Epistemology. See Knowledge; Concepts.

Error V1N4 21–22, 34–36, 38–39, V1N5 70–71, 111–12, V2N1 127–32, V2N3 89–90, 103–4, 108–9, V2N4 11–13, 29, 36, 38–41, 87–90, 141, 154–55, 194–202

Essence V1N1 36, V2N5 124, V2N6 44–46, 52–55, 64, 69, 74, 116
in Art V1N2 70–71, V2N5 34, 52–53; and Causation V1N1 37–38, V2N6 45, 55; v. Existence V1N2 35, V1N4 42, V1N5 109–13, V2N2 105–6, V2N6 54–56; and Explanation V1N1 36–38, V2N5 100–104, 124–25, V2N6 53–55; and Idealization V1N2 4; and Identity V1N1 27–28, 36, V1N5 112, V2N5 100–104, V2N6 44–46, 53–54, 69; and Intuition V1N4 18, V1N5 31, V1N6 61; Metaphysical V1N2 7, 34, V1N5 109–13, V2N6 44–45, 64, 73, 78; and Substance V1N1 26, V1N2 4, V1N5 31, V2N2 17, V2N5 140–41, V2N6 54. See also Relations.

Esthetics. See Art; Beauty; Value, Esthetic; Abstraction and Concrete Rendition; Imagination in Esthetic Judgment; Objectivity in Esthetic Judgment.

Eternal Recurrence V1N4 92, V2N4 7–8

Ether V2N6 143–48, 181–82

Ethics. See Value, Moral; Virtue; Causality and Responsibility; Deontology; Egoism; Hedonism; Justice; Evil.

Evidence
and Belief V2N2 52–56, V2N3 43, V2N4 26–27; Philosophic V1N2 6, 13, 23, 35, V1N3 5, 27, 37–38, 40–43, V1N4 4–5, 12–13, 19–21, 23–24, 31–49, 50–54, 61, V1N6 1–7; Scientific V1N1 14–16, 20–24, 30–37, V1N2 27–30, 38–40, 51–52, 57–59, 76–85, V1N3 13–14, 28–32, 38, 89–90, V1N5 15–16, 52–64, 136–39, 142–43, V1N6 2–10, 26, 38–39, 47–49, 63, 75, 78, 124–26, 127–33, V2N1 13, 15–17, 41, 44, 51–67, 113–15, V2N2 24, 33–34, 53–55, 121, 123, V2N3 56–59, 126–30, V2N4 26–28, 31, V2N6 8, 19–24, 84–85, 94–95, 107–8, 111, 119, 135, 141, 145, 148, 151–52, 155, 158, 181. See also Self-Evidence.

Evil V1N5 43, 49–51, V2N3 14, 22–23, V2N4 8–9, V2N5 119, 140
from Delusion V1N3 98; Energetic V1N4 86, V1N5 42; from Evasion V1N2 62, V1N5 42–43, 49–51, V2N5 130; in Exploitation V2N5 119–20; and Immortality V1N4 89–90. See also Error.

Evolution
of Consciousness V1N2 54, 69, V1N5 22, 36–42, 46, V2N2 88–96, V2N6 4–5, 36, 116, 230–31; of Organisms V1N2 53–54, V1N5 19, V1N5 36–42, V2N1 100, V2N2 77–78, 91, V2N3 11, 17–18, V2N4 128, 131, 189–91, 197–98, 217, V2N5 71–72, 74, 76, 79–80, 101–2, 133, V2N6 20–21, 220

Existence
Contingency of V1N2 34–35, V1N3 2, 4–5, 16, V1N5 113, V2N2 106, V2N4 230, V2N5 152; v. Essence V1N2 35, V1N4 42, V1N5 109–13, V2N2 105–6, V2N6 54–56; and Identity V1N2 33–35, V1N3 12–16, 43–45, 49–50, 99, V1N4 34, V2N1 133–34, V2N2 10, 131–35, V2N4 230–32, V2N5 160–61; Inference to V1N2 3, 6–7, 23–24, 35, 39, 75, V1N3 4–16, 26, 30–32, 37–38, 49–51; Mathematical V1N2 3–9, V1N3 17, 46, 49–51, V1N4 11, V1N6 65, V2N4 99, 109–11; Monistic v. Pluralistic V1N4 2, 18, 48, 53–54; Negation of V1N3 68–69; Perception of V1N4 10, V1N5 19, 29–35, V2N1 118–19, 132–33, V2N2 9, V2N4 41–42, 194–96, 232, V2N6 32, 38, 50, 55; Primacy of V1N2 23, V1N3 27, 40–41, 45, 64–65, V1N4 32, 34, 36, V1N5 30–36, 113, V2N2 7–10, V2N4 230–32, V2N6 7–8; and Thought V1N2 35, V1N4 10, V1N5 34–35, 113, V1N6 156, 158, V2N1 118–19, 133–34, V2N4 230, 232; and Time V2N3 50, 61

Existentialism V1N3 68–69, 98–99, V2N3 110, V2N5 132

Experiments
in Acquisition of Mind Concept V1N6 2–11, 22–30; in Acquisition of Object Concept V1N2 39, V1N5 32–33, V2N6 107–8, 111–12; in Biology V1N2 83–84, V1N5 2–3, V2N4 114, 151; in Categorization V1N1 14–16, 22, 30–37, V1N3 13, V2N6 84–85, 88, 94–95; for Cause or Effect V1N3 24, 26; in Implicit Learning V1N5 53–54, V2N4 128–33, 146; in Memory V1N5 57–59, V2N4 128–35, V2N6 18; in Musical Experience V2N3 120–33; Objectivity in V1N5 99–100; in Perception V1N1 15–16, 20–21, V1N5 47, 56–57, V2N4 137–39, 162, V2N6 14–18; in Physical Science V1N2 26, V1N3 13–14, V2N2 27, V2N3 58, V2N6 136–37, 140–43, 145, 148–49, 152, 158, 177, 181; in Preschooler Concepts V1N1 32–36, V1N3 13, V2N2 84, V2N4 121–23; in Self-Recognition V1N2 57, V1N5 33–34; in Seriating V1N1 33, V2N6 107. See also Gedanken; Measurement.

Experience. See Perception; Reason Integrating Perceptions; Rationalism v. Empiricism.

Explanation
and Causality V1N1 37–38, V1N3 17, 21–22, 25–30, 37, V1N4 20–21, V1N5 74–75, V2N1 44, 101–3, 105, V2N2 23–24, 28, V2N4 191, V2N5 101, 103, 123, V2N6 3–4, 216; and Essence V1N1 36–38, V2N5 100–104, 124–25, V2N6 53–55; Philosophic V1N1 26, V1N2 4, 8–13, 15–17, 23–24, 33–35, V1N3 2–3, 5, 8–9, 12, 17, 23–26, 30–31, 35–39, 40–43, 43–51, 61–65, 68–69, V1N4 1–17, 18–24, 25–28, 31–38, 43–54, V1N5 4–6, 23–24, 69–90, 109–28, 129–33, 134–47, 151–53, V1N6 14–21, 55–70, 73–103, 147–48, 177–87; V2N1 12–28, 47–51, 93–106, 124–35, V2N2 1–13, 17, 33–38, 46–52, 59–82, V2N3 4–9, 11–12, 17–19, 30–31, 40–42, 63–69, 77–112, V2N4 1–2, 6–14, 22–32, 37–42, 78–90, 101–12, 183–88, 190–202, V2N5 97–104, 114–15, 123–30, V2N6 41–72, 200–203, 208; Reductive V1N3 101–4, V1N4 33, 49, 67–71, V1N5 76–79, 95–107, 151–53, V1N6 94–95, 124, V2N1 93–106, 124–26, V2N2 117, 120–25, V2N3 87–88, 92–95, V2N4 17–24, 78–90, 149–57, V2N6 1–4, 144–46; Scientific V1N1 14–16, 20–24, 30–37, V1N2 38–40, 51–52, 57–59, 76–85, V1N3 13–15, 28–31, 39–40, V1N4 33, 52–53, 69–71, 74–76, V1N5 14–17, 20–22, 36–42, 52–64, 73, 96–104, V1N6 77–79, 121–27, V2N1 31–45, 97–98, 101, 121–23, V2N2 23–24, 26–28, 33–34, 85–92, 117–18, 120–21, 123–25, V2N3 54–56, 92, 98, 120–24, V2N4 21, 26–28, 109, 113–19, 123–27, 145–46, 149–57, 188–90, 192–93, V2N6 18–24, 83–85, 94–95, 137, 143–48, 150–54, 158, 164–70; Simplicity of V1N2 51, V2N2 34; Unity of V1N1 37, V1N3 14, 41–42, V1N4 20–21, V1N5 52, 73, 101, V2N2 34, V2N5 48–49, V2N6 140, 142, 148, 150–54

Exploitation V2N5 114–21, 124–25, 129–30, 138

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Feeling. See Quality, Sensory; Pleasure; Emotions; Empathy; Happiness; Loneliness; Love, Romantic; Certainty; Boredom; Beauty.

Feminism V2N5 85–86, 116–17, V2N6 191–92, 194–200, 204–5, 209–10, 219

Forms V1N2 1–4, V1N3 58, V1N5 109, V2N2 59–62, V2N3 5, V2N4 12, 29, 31, 35, 50–51, 108–9, V2N6 43–44

Foundationalism V1N2 23, 33, V1N3 5, 12, 30–32, 36, 41–43, 64–65, V1N4 4–5, 9, 15, 19–21, 23–24, 31–61, V1N5 69, 129–36, V1N6 78–79, V2N2 3–4, V2N4 12–13, 29, 32, 37–43, 107, V2N5 95, 100–101, 123–26, V2N6 41, 43, 48–49

Freedom V1N2 68, V1N4 60, V1N6 141, V2N3 16, 26, 40, 42, 83–84, 86, V2N4 206, 223, V2N5 79

Free Will V1N2 49–50, 61–63, V1N3 69, V1N5 75–79, V2N1 109–11, 120–21, 127–32, V2N3 21–22, 83–84, 86–87, 91, 101–9, V2N4 9, 186–88, 202, V2N5 98–104, 111–13, 154–55, 162, V2N6 229–31
and Compatiblism V2N3 77–112, V2N5 154–55, 158; and Conceptual Consciousness V1N2 49–50, 56–61, V1N3 79–80, V1N5 69–71, V1N6 31, V2N1 118–20, 121, V2N3 22, 101–2, V2N4 195, 202, V2N6 32; with Constraints V1N3 99, V1N5 7–9, V2N1 110–1a1, V2N5 113, 137; and Contingency V1N2 54–56, V1N3 2–3, V1N5 74, V2N2 110–16, V2N4 23–24, 187–88, 190–93, V2N5 162; Degrees of V1N2 47–63, V1N5 78–79, 83, V2N1 109, 121, V2N5 154; v. Determinism V1N2 56, V1N3 68–69, 99, V1N5 69–91, V1N6 156–58, 177–87, V2N1 109–11, 130–32, V2N2 9, 110–16, V2N3 41–42, 77–78, 86, 90–91, 101–9, V2N4 7–9, 23–24, 186–88, 193–94, 202, V2N5 98–100, 111–12, 153–62; and Efficient Causality V2N1 104–6, V2N3 86, V2N5 110–12, 160; and Error V1N5 70–71, V2N1 127–32, V2N3 87, 103–6, 108–9, V2N4 194–202; and Knowledge V1N2 56–61, V1N4 34, V1N5 69–71, V2N2 112–13, V2N3 87, 103–4, V2N5 111–12; v. Random Outcomes V1N5 75–78, 87, V2N2 116–17, V2N3 82, 105–6; and Robots V1N5 70, 77, 83, 104, V2N5 112; as Self-Causing V1N2 48–49, 61, V1N5 74–75, 84, V2N3 111, V2N4 9, V2N5 111; and Self-Consciousness V1N2 48–51, 59–61, V1N5 83, V2N1 118, 120–21, 130. See also Decision.

Friendship V1N2 67–68, 73–74, V1N6 138, 140, V2N3 16, 26–27, 40, V2N4 10, 16, 20, 206, 215, V2N5 136, V2N6 233

Functions
Analytic V1N3 107–8; Continuous V1N6 69–70; Differentiable V1N3 107, V1N4 28, V1N6 70; and Maps V2N4 230–31; Periodic V1N3 104–5; Symmetry of V1N4 75

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Gedanken, or Thought-Experiments V1N2 27, V1N3 21–23, 89–90, V1N5 76–79, 85–86, 102–3, 160, 164–65, V1N6 87, V2N2 27, 30, V2N3 52–53, 57–58, V2N6 37, 131, 134–35

Generosity V2N3 15, 40, V2N5 108

Geography V1N4 15

Geometry V1N2 10–13, 16, 29, V1N3 109–10, V1N4 33, V2N2 19, 107–8, V2N4 107, V2N6 56, 150
Euclidean V1N2 2–3, 6–7, 10–13, 15, 24–26, V1N5 79–80, V2N4 175; Fractal V2N1 33, 38–39; Non-Euclidean V1N2 5–6, 12–13, 15, 28, V1N5 17–18, V2N2 108, V2N5 15; Origins of V1N1 14–18, V1N2 2–3, 6, 13, 15–16, 24–30, V1N6 64–66; of Spacetime V1N2 12, V1N3 34–35, 39, V1N5 14–15, V2N2 64, V2N6 154–61, 216

God V1N2 9, V1N3 2–3, 95–97, V1N4 18–22, 42, V1N5 84, 111, V2N1 127–29, V2N2 17, 23, 105–6, 112–13, V2N3 50, 64–65, 67, 70, V2N4 8, V2N5 76, 111, 133, 135

Goodness. See Value.

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Habit
Animal and Human V1N2 48–49, 51, 61–62, V1N3 21, V1N5 31, 40, 83, V2N1 113–15; and Causal Connection V1N3 21–24, 26–28; v. Conceptual Knowledge V1N2 41, 48, 56–57, 59, 61, V1N3 27–32, 61, V2N4 103, V2N6 57–58; and Creativity V1N3 72–78, V1N6 115–16; and Logical Connection V1N2 37–41, V1N3 21–32; v. Self-Conscious Decision V1N2 48–49, 61, V1N5 83; and Virtue V1N2 62, V1N3 94, V1N5 50–51, V2N4 208

Hallucinations V2N1 66–67, V2N4 26, V2N6 2, 27, 34

Happiness V1N2 67–68, 85, 89–91, V1N4 92–96, V1N6 137–70, V2N3 8–9, 13–16, 22–25, 29, 33, 40, 43, V2N4 208–9, 220–22, V2N5 110, 122, V2N6 232

Hedonism V1N6 159–65, 200, V2N3 3, 9–16, 31, 33, V2N4 15–16, 17–21, 27, 206–8, 214–18

Heraclitean Flux V1N4 48, V2N6 42

Honesty V2N3 15, 26, 39, V2N5 108, 115, 129–30

Hypnosis V1N5 59–61, V2N1 59–63, V2N6 12, 20

Hypothetico-Deductive Method V1N2 28, V1N3 30–32, V1N4 76, V1N5 14, 82, 138–43, V2N1 44, V2N3 117–18, 120–23, V2N4 31, V2N6 110

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Idealism
Transcendental V1N2 13, V1N3 41, 45, 62–65, 81, V2N3 85, V2N5 19–20; Metaphysical V1N3 98, V1N4 26, V1N5 109–13, 114–27

Ideas. See Concepts.

Identity V1N2 33–35, V1N3 12, 23, 25, 30–31, 43–46, V1N4 34, 48–49, 56–57, 63–66, 78, V2N2 8
and Causality V1N3 10–12, 17, 21–30, 35–37, V2N1 100–101, 105, V2N2 8, V2N4 7, 9, 48, V2N5 160–61; and Change V1N1 26, V1N3 12, 30, V1N4 48, V2N4 110; and Essence V1N1 27–28, 36, V1N5 112, V2N5 100–104, V2N6 44–46, 53–54, 69; and Existence V1N2 33–35, V1N3 12–16, 43–45, 49–50, 99, V1N4 34, V2N1 133–34, V2N2 10, 131–35, V2N4 230–32, V2N5 160–61; and Induction V1N2 33–35, 36–44, V1N3 5–16, 21–32, 35–43, 46–49, V1N4 27–28, V1N5 143, V2N4 31, V2N6 45; and Natural Law V1N3 25, V1N4 36, 73–77, V1N5 116–17, V2N4 187; and Non-Contradiction V1N2 33–34, V1N3 5, 12, 15, V1N4 36–37, 49, 56–57, V1N5 112–13, V2N2 65–67, V2N4 127–28, V2N5 127; Physical V1N3 12–13, 22–23, 25, 35–36, V1N4 66–78; and Similarity V1N1 31–33, 37–38, V1N3 11–13, 21, 61, V2N2 5, V2N6 41–42, 51, 56–57, 65–72, 126; Specific v. Particular V1N3 43–45, V2N2 110, V2N6 44; and Tautology V1N2 33–34, V1N3 40, V1N4 40–43, 65, V2N4 227–28; and Time V1N3 8, 18–20, 33, 43, 47–49, V1N4 65–66, V1N5 7–8, V2N6 45, 185; and Uniformity V1N3 37–39, 86–87

Identity of Indiscernibles V1N4 63–78, V2N3 64, 68–69, V2N5 1, 5–6

Illusions. See Perception, Anomalous.

Images
v. Concepts V1N1 25–26, V1N3 70, 81, V2N4 25–26, 162–63, V2N5 40, V2N6 58; v. Percepts V1N3 81, V1N4 10, V2N5 34–35, 52–53, V2N6 27

Imagination V1N3 57–90
Animal V1N2 52, 54–56, 74–75, V1N3 59; Artistic V1N3 67; in Discovery V1N2 28, V1N3 49–50, 73–77, 85–90, V1N5 13, V1N6 112–13, V2N4 97–98; in Esthetic Judgment V1N3 65–66; and Experience V1N2 28, 72, V1N3 18, 57–67, 70–72, 76, 87, 89, V1N4 10, V1N5 35; and Intuition V1N2 28, V1N3 76–78, V1N6 60–61, V2N1 49–50, V2N4 100; and Knowledge V1N2 28, V1N3 57–68, 78–81, 87–90, V1N4 18; and Memory V1N3 58, 60, 66, 68–69, 82–83; and Possibility V1N3 58, 67–69, 82–90, V1N5 35, V2N2 69–71, 79; Productive v. Reproductive V1N3 62–65, 67; and Reason V1N2 69, V1N3 21–23, 58–90, V1N6 62–64, V2N1 71, V2N4 14

Independence V1N2 73–74, 85, V1N6 153, 156–57, V2N3 26, 42, V2N6 194
and Social Approval V1N2 67, 86–87, 90–91; and Social Sensitivity V1N2 88–90

Indiscernibility of Identicals V1N4 63, 79

Individuation V1N1 26–28, V1N3 43–44, V1N4 63–64, 66–69, 71–78

Induction V1N2 33–44, V1N3 1–51
Abstractive V1N2 36–37, 44, V2N4 14, 31, 106–7; Ampliative V1N2 36–37, 41, 44, V1N3 15, 17, 21–32, 35–43, V1N4 15, V1N5 138–39, 143, V1N6 63, V2N4 14, 26–27, 48, V2N6 116–17, 124; and Composition Fallacy V1N5 72–73; and Concepts V1N1 29, 35–38, V1N2 36, 42–44, V2N6 81, 115, 117–18, 124; Consilience of V1N3 14, 38, 49; and Deduction V1N2 14, 29, 33–36, 40, V1N3 15, 31–32, 36–37, 40–41, 47–48, V1N4 33–34, 50, V1N5 143, V2N2 13, V2N4 14, 31, 42, 52, 107; and Identity V1N2 33–35, 36–44, V1N3 5–16, 21–32, 35–43, 46–49, V1N4 27–28, V1N5 143, V2N4 31, V2N6 45; Mathematical V1N2 41–42, V1N3 46–48, V1N5 72–73; and Object Perception V1N3 7–8, 61, V2N6 26; Reflective V1N4 50–52

Infinity
Mathematical V1N1 6–9, 34, V1N2 7–8, 17, 42–43, V1N5 3–4, 19, V2N3 51, V2N4 103, 175; Metaphysical V1N4 18, 21, V1N5 3, 13, 24, 110–11, V1N6 175–76; Physical V1N2 7–8, V1N3 18–20, 48–49, V1N4 89, 91, 94, V1N5 3–4, 13–18, 19, V1N6 175–76, V2N2 20–21, V2N3 51, V2N4 175

Information
Cellular V2N4 188–93, V2N6 4–5; Conceptual V1N1 22, V1N2 36, 56–57, V1N4 23, V1N5 47–49, V2N4 139–44, V2N5 41–42, V2N6 6; Emotional V1N2 75–76, 82–84, V1N5 47–49, 62–63, V1N6 161–63, V2N1 116–17; v. Entropy V1N3 35, V2N4 186; through Instruments V1N3 13, 38, V1N5 14, 15–16, 46; and Neurons V1N5 20, V2N3 79; Parallel Processing of V1N5 55, 60, V2N4 134, 149, 155, V2N6 11, 13, 17; Processing by Brain V1N4 91, V1N5 8, 54–56, 59–60, 62–63, 96, V2N1 109–17, V2N2 85–90, V2N3 126–31, V2N4 123–27, 133–35, 143, 146, 149–64, V2N6 6, 11–27, 35; Processing without Physical Basis V1N5 102–4; Sensory Pickup of V1N1 20–21, V1N3 63, V1N5 37–38, 46–48, 56–57, V2N4 138, 155, V2N6 4–6; Subconscious Processing of V1N2 82–83, V1N5 8, 52–64, V2N1 111–12, V2N4 125, 131–34, 139–45, 147, 152–55, V2N6 2–3, 11–20

Innateness
of Concepts V1N1 13, V1N2 34, 51, V1N4 17, V2N2 72–73, 99, V2N4 48, 140; of Content v. of Process V2N4 117–18; of Ideas V1N2 34, 51, V1N4 17, V2N2 60, 72–73, 99, V2N4 48, V2N5 75, 82, V2N6 54; of Perceptual Form V1N2 10–11, V1N4 23–24; of Perceptual Responses V1N2 79–80, 87–88, V2N2 76–77, 99, V2N4 140, 147, 156, 166, V2N6 116–17; of Reasoning Principles V1N1 21, 31–33, V1N2 34, 39, V1N3 12–13, 20, 33–34, 96, V1N4 50–52, V2N2 67–68, 73, V2N4 106, 116–17, 122–23, 148; of Universal Grammar V2N4 113–19, 156, 165, 167; of Values V1N2 79–80, V2N4 199–201, V2N5 75, 84–85, 88, 90. See also Learning.

Integrity. See Unity of a Life; Unity of a Self; Action and Contradiction.

Intelligence
Animal V1N1 22–23, V1N2 47–59, 74–77, V1N5 48–49, 78–79, V1N6 190, V2N4 200, V2N6 10; Equality in V2N5 76; v. Instinct V2N2 92–95, 99–102, V2N4 200–201, V2N5 75, 84; Machine V1N5 19–20, 24, 70, 83, 88, 95–107, V2N3 87, V2N6 4–5, 27, 35–36; and Musical Cognition V2N3 139; v. Sense V2N3 5, V2N5 13, V2N6 10; and Social Nature V1N2 76–82, 84–86

Introspection V1N2 59–60, V1N3 96, V1N4 50–52, 58–59, V1N5 31, 48, 83, V2N5 38, V2N6 7. See also Self-Consciousness.

Intuition V1N6 107–20, V2N1 47–51, 132–33, V2N4 101–2, 107, 109–11, 113, 115–17, 165–66, 171–74, 176, 194, V2N5 10, 14
and Essence V1N4 18, V1N5 31, V1N6 61; and Imagination V1N2 28, V1N3 76–78, V1N6 60–61, V2N1 49–50, V2N4 100; Intellectual V1N2 16–17, V1N4 18, V1N5 31, V2N4 32, V2N5 17, V2N6 43, 51; and Perception V2N1 48, 132, V2N4 107, 109–11, 121, 194, V2N6 59; v. Reason V1N6 107–10, 47, V2N1 72–73, 132–33, V2N4 97, 100, 115–16; Synthetic a priori V1N2 10–11, 16–17, V2N4 102, 117; Unity in V1N2 11, V1N3 61–62, 64, V1N6 43, 60–61, V2N4 94, 100–101, V2N5 14

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Judgments. See Propositions.

Justice V2N3 15, 26, 39, 40, 42, V2N4 10, 20–21, 223, V2N5 114–16, 120–24, 136–37

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Kinds. See Categories; Perception, Categorical; Schemas; Concepts.

Kinematics V2N2 21–23, 27–28, V2N5 20–21, V2N6 132–33, 135, 150–65, 170–71

Kinetic Theory V1N3 14, V1N4 74–75, V2N2 117–19, 123, V2N4 185–86, V2N5 161

Knowledge
as Adaptation V2N2 59, 85–103; by Acquaintance v. by Description V1N5 130, V2N4 229–32; Analytic v. Synthetic V1N2 10, 16, 22, V1N3 16, 70, V1N4 12–13, 15, 40–41, V2N6 206; and Belief V1N2 1, 28, V1N3 21–24, 36–37, V1N4 38–39, V1N6 73–75, V2N1 127–30, V2N4 13, 37, 77, 102, V2N5 112; and Certainty V1N2 10, 12–13, 18, V1N4 12–13, 20–21, 26–27, 35, 38–39, 45, V2N1 127, V2N2 13, 37, V2N4 13, 36, 38, 44–45, 48; and Context V1N2 22, V1N3 22–23, V1N5 53, V2N4 139–40, V2N6 78–79; and Free Will V1N2 56–61, V1N4 34, V1N5 69–71, V2N2 112–13, V2N3 87, 103–4, V2N5 111–12; and Imagination V1N2 28, V1N3 57–68, 78–81, 87–90, V1N4 18, V2N1 129, 132; Implicit V1N1 13, V1N4 51, V1N5 53–54, V1N6 31, 97–98, V2N4 116–18, 131–33, 202, V2N5 19; Inheritance of V1N2 27, V1N5 40, V1N6 59–60, 64–70, V2N2 97–98; Integration in V1N1 29–38, V1N2 40, 69, V1N3 6–10, 21–23, 27–28, 41–43, 61–63, 80, V1N4 4, 21, 23–24, 36–39, V2N1 132–35, V2N4 13, 139–40, V2N5 18–20, 35–39, 123–29, V2N6 69–70, 80–82, 112–13, 115–19; Intuitive V1N2 16–17, V1N4 18, V2N1 47–48, 132–33, V2N4 101–3, 109–11, 117–18, 165–74, V2N5 10, 19, 21; a priori v. a posteriori V1N2 8–14, 22, 34–35, V1N3 70, V1N4 26–27, 53, V1N6 55–70, V2N1 132–35, V2N2 13, 72–82, V2N4 101–2, 106–7, 109, V2N5 18–19, 21, 24–25, V2N6 55, 162–63; Procedural V1N5 53–54, V2N4 131; as Relation of Subject to Object V1N4 58–59, V2N1 106, V2N4 229–32; Synthetic a priori V1N2 10–13, V2N4 102; and Warrant V1N2 28, V1N3 40–43, V1N4 4–5, 10–11, 15–17, 27, V1N5 112, V1N6 56–59, V2N1 73, V2N2 34, 46, V2N4 1–3, 13, 24–27, 29–32, 35, 37–43, 51–53, 77. See also Empiricism; Induction; Logic; Foundationalism; Skepticism.

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Language
Acquisition V1N1 23–24, 28–29, V1N2 81, V1N3 10, V2N4 113–19, 130–31, V2N4 104, 106; and Beliefs V1N1 23–24, V1N2 59, V1N4 28, 44–45, 47–50, 56–57; and Body Language V1N2 75, V1N5 48–49; and Concepts V1N1 13, 16–20, 29, 36, V1N2 39–40, V1N3 74–76, 81, V1N4 6–8, 18, 32, 40–43, V1N5 102, V1N6 118, V2N3 93, V2N4 25, 114–15, V2N5 14, 39, 42–44, V2N6 6, 48, 50–52, 54–56, 58, 59–63, 65, 69, 80, 104, 106, 114, 123–24; and Logic V1N2 17, V1N3 33–34, 74–76, V1N4 8, 44–50, 56–58, V1N6 87–95, V2N4 113–16, V2N6 106; Loss in Isolation V1N2 85; and Music V2N3 119–20, 125–28, V2N4 115; Neuronal Mediation of V1N6 118, 128–29, 131, V2N1 57–58, 67, V2N3 126–27, 146–47, V2N4 114–15, 159–61, V2N6 6; and Ontology V1N3 10, V1N4 7–8, 14, 40–43, 49, 57–58, V1N5 136, V1N6 86, 90, 93–94; Semantics and Syntax of V1N5 102, V1N6 66, 87–90, V2N3 119, 126, V2N4 113–14, 231, V2N6 80; Sounds V1N1 20, V1N5 47, V2N1 82, V2N3 119, 126, 131, 146, V2N4 143; and Truth V1N4 58–59, V1N6 85–96, V2N4 231–32, V2N6 34, 59; and Universal Grammar V2N4 113–16, 118–19. See also Symbols, Lexical.

Laws of Nature V1N3 14, 29, 35, 39, 48, 86–87, 89–90, V1N4 15, 68, 70–71, 73–77, 79, V1N5 13–17, 82, 144–46, 157, V1N6 77–78, 181–83, V2N1 34–35, 40–43, 134, V2N2 33, 61, 65, 113, 117–20, 124, V2N5 18, 160, V2N6 132–41, 164–67, 169–71
as Axioms V1N5 82–83, 87, 90–91, V1N6 181–83; and Causality V1N3 9, 28–30, 39–40, V1N5 13–15, 74–75, 142–43, V2N1 44, 126–27, 134, V2N3 54–56, V2N5 21–24, 160–61, V2N6 165–66; Frame-Invariance of V2N2 27, V2N3 62, V2N6 131–54, 158, 164–81; and Generalization V1N2 13–14, 25, 38, 40–41, V1N3 4, 37–43, 64–65, V1N4 12–14, 15–16, V1N5 138, 141, V1N6 41–42, 65–66, 76, 78, V2N1 134, V2N2 33–34; and Identity V1N3 25, V1N4 36, 73–77, V1N5 116–17, V2N4 187, V2N5 160–61, V2N6 184-85; and Quantitative Characterization V1N1 27–28, V1N2 25–26, 28–30, V1N4 16, V1N5 14–17, 75–79, V1N6 70, 102, V2N1 32–41, V2N2 64, V2N4 105, 168, V2N6 131–32, 166. See also Hypothetical-Deductive Method; Explanation, Scientific; Induction; Relations, Essential; Relations, Physical; Possibility.

Learning V1N5 38–39, 53–54, 63–64, V1N6 109, V2N1 74–78, 82, 115, V2N2 89, 92, 94–95, V2N4 125, V2N6 2
of Categories by Pigeons V1N1 22, V1N2 75; Causality V1N2 38–39, V1N3 9, 11, 20, 26–28, V2N2 73–76, V2N6 110; and Cognitive Maps V1N2 51–52, V2N4 125–27; Cultured V1N5 40, V1N6 23, 64–70, V2N2 98, V2N4 115–16, V2N5 74–75, 77, V2N6 114; Defining Features V1N1 34–37, V1N3 12–13, V2N6 94–95, 104, 117–19; of Dimensions V1N1 31–34, V2N6 107–8, 112, 114, 126; First Concepts V1N1 16–18, V2N6 103; First Words V1N1 29, V2N6 106; Implicit V1N5 53–54, V2N4 117–18, 128–33, 148, 201–2, V2N6 11, 24, 30; Machines V2N4 148–57; of Mind V1N6 2–11, 21–33; Motivation for V1N2 85, V1N5 21, V1N6 23, V2N2 89, V2N3 132–33, V2N4 127; Non-Contradiction V1N3 20, 33–34, 95–96, V1N4 50–52, V2N2 67–68, V2N4 106; Numbers V1N1 3, 33–34, V2N4 116–17, 121–23; Object Permanence V1N5 32–33, V2N6 102–3, 111–12; and Opportunity Costs V1N5 11; Part-Whole Identities v. Similarities V1N1 31–33; to Recognize Self V1N5 33–34; Shape V1N1 16–18, 39, V2N4 149–50; Social Skills V1N2 81–82, 86–91, V1N6 24–25; by Trial and Error V1N2 38, 41, 73; v. Unlearned Acquisition in Development V1N1 13, V1N3 20, V2N2 85–89, 95, V2N4 113, 117–18; Visual Perspective of Others V1N5 49, V1N6 26; and Worthwhile Life V1N4 88–94. See also Innateness; Conditioning; Language, Acquisition; Concepts, Childhood; Concepts, Formation of; Concepts, Reformation of.

Life
of the Absolute V1N5 109; Cellular V1N5 39, V2N1 109, 111, V2N3 97, V2N4 192–93, V2N6 4–5; Colonies of V1N5 39; and Contingency V1N4 84–86, V1N5 4–7, 10–12, 36–42, 165, V2N3 7, 11, 17–18, V2N4 188–91, 194, 197–202, V2N5 162; Extension V1N5 1–3; and Growth V1N4 88–95, V1N5 6, V2N3 19, V2N4 188–89, V2N6 216; Making One’s V1N3 93–100, V2N1 112, 118–21; Meaning of V1N5 166; of Organisms V1N5 4–6, 36–39, 41, V1N6 148, V2N1 101–2, 109–10, V2N3 17–21, 97–98, V2N4 188–93, 217–19, V2N5 35, 79–80, 88–89, 100–101, 131, 138, V2N6 4–5, 20–25, 215–16, 225–26, 231; without Purpose V1N3 97–99, V1N4 82–83, 94–95, 154–55, V1N5 9, 162, V1N6 145–46, 152; Quality of V1N5 7, 26, V2N5 87, 132; and Thought 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; and Time V1N3 19, V1N5 25, V1N6 146–47; Unity in a 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; and Value 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, 229–30. See also Evolution; Reproduction.

Literature V1N2 67, 71–74, 88–90, V1N3 37, 93, 97–99, V1N4 37, 81, 83, 87–88, 94–96, V1N5 25, 95, 103, 154, V1N6 14, 153, 190, 192, 199, V2N1 72, V2N3 78, 131, V2N4 205–6, 232–33, V2N5 78, 86–87, V2N6 191–210, 213

Logic
as Art of Non-Contradictory Identification V1N2 33, V1N3 40–41; Certainty of V1N2 17, V1N3 5, 33, V1N4 26, 45–51; Formality of V1N2 21, 23–24, V1N3 4, V1N4 22–23, 33, 52–54, V2N4 227–28; and Habit V1N2 37–41, V1N3 21–32; as Ideal Reasoning V1N1 34, V1N3 34, V2N5 56, V2N6 96–98; and Intentional Objects V1N2 1–3, 10–11, 14, 21, 23–26, V1N3 49–51, V1N4 16–17, 28, V2N6 106; and Language V1N2 17, V1N3 33–34, 74–76, V1N4 8, 44–50, 56–58, V1N6 87–95, V2N4 113–16, V2N6 103–4; and Mathematics V1N2 2–6, 8–9, 15–17, 19–24, V1N3 46–47, 50, 76–77, V1N6 77, V2N4 106–8, 227; Neuronal Implementation of V1N3 34, 36; and Objectivity V1N2 33–35, V1N3 40–41, V1N4 8, 19–23, 26–28, 59, V1N5 89–91, V2N1 134; and Ontology 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; Origins of V1N1 24, 31–33, V1N3 20, 33–34, 95–96, V1N4 50–52, V2N2 67–68, 80, V2N4 106, V2N6 104–10; and Probability V1N3 86–87, V1N4 26–27, V2N1 2–3, 15–17, 28; Refusal of V1N4 56–57; as Second-Intentional V1N2 21, V1N3 4, V1N4 50–52; v. Science V1N3 4, V1N4 33, 50–52, V2N4 227–28, V2N6 184–85. See also Deduction; Induction; Propositions; Contradiction; Relations, Logical; Predication; Identity; Truth, Logical; Necessity, Logical; Possibility, Logical; Value, Cognitive Truth; Knowledge.

Logical Atomism V2N4 227–33

Logical Positivism V1N5 127, 133–34, V1N6 60, 86, 92, V2N2 80, V2N4 2

Loneliness V1N2 83–84

Love V1N6 162, 169, V2N1 31, V2N4 224, V2N5 136
Romantic V1N2 68, 71–72, V2N3 29–30, V2N4 16, 208–9, V2N6 192, 194–97, 204. See also Friendship.




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