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(p. 818) (p. 819) Index

(p. 818) (p. 819) Index

abbreviation, Russellian name as220, 237
acquaintance10, 216, 221, 229, 231, 360, 408, 431
Anscombe, G. E. M.14, 83–4, 138–9, 175, 217–18, 248, 249, 254–5, 266–9, 311, 382, 444, 458, 463, 466, 468, 551, 715, 809
a posteriori356–7
Aristotle, Aristotelian106, 108–10, 115, 126, 153–4, 458, 460, 462, 671
atomism, atomic29, 31, 53–4, 56–7, 214–15, 218, 223–6 229, 231, 233, 235, 238, 668
Austin, J. L., Austinian4, 81, 206–7, 526, 530–1
Baker, Gordon84, 138, 340, 343, 344–6, 440–3, 448, 479, 588, 655, 657, 734
Baz, Avner371, 699, 700, 711
The Big Typescript97, 142, 170, 179, 247, 345, 395–6, 398–9, 605, 641–3, 669, 675, 729–30
The Blue and Brown Books96, 164, 231, 288, 375–6, 378–9, 384, 394–5, 398–9, 451, 455, 457, 462, 467, 470, 473, 475–6, 477, 482–3, 499–500, 503, 572, 671, 698, 701–4, 707, 712, 791, 793
Bradley, F. H.214
Braithwaite, R. B.125, 135
Brouwer, L. E. J.126, 138, 148, 167, 570–1, 580, 583–8, 590–1
Budd, Malcolm,514, 575
calculus, calculi6, 40, 46, 54, 67, 93, 114, 116, 119, 156, 158, 169, 172–3, 177, 187, 191, 197, 202, 209–11, 219, 231, 251, 277–8, 288, 585, 589, 605, 609, 612–13, 616, 648, 669, 671, 673, 675, 679
Carnap, Rudolf4–6, 8, 47, 92, 96, 115, 138, 144, 268, 336, 397, 572, 638, 676, 714
Cartesian344, 383, 388, 341–4, 453
Cavell, Stanley4, 5, 339, 340, 346, 489, 490, 742, 807
Cerbone, David311–12, 320, 677–8, 687–8
certainty,7, 101, 146, 151–3, 276, 355, 359, 439, 440, 484, 485, 490, 496, 525, 528, 532, 535, 551–4, 558, 560, 562–5, 570, 578, 580, 583, 591, 663, 674, 680, 724
character (personal)14, 17, 28, 552, 571, 730, 732, 811, 814
colour exclusion, problem of234ff.
common sense7, 115, 381, 390, 407, 494, 533, 534, 539, 541, 551–3, 558–60, 566, 688, 721–2, 724, 727
complex, complexity5, 37, 39, 60, 71–3, 85, 87, 90, 91, 126, 128, 149, 166, 171, 177, 215, 217–24, 226, 227–30, 232, 233, 271, 338, 405, 407, 598, 609–10, 612, 668, 677, 679, 680–2, 689, 690, 699, 704, 762
Conant, James84, 256, 261, 273, 340, 489, 491, 497, 535, 538, 600, 638, 642, 732, 800
confession14, 16–18, 20, 496, 499, 730
context principle82, 185, 223
Copi, Irving217–18
courage17, 43, 50, 736, 744–6
criteria, criterion49, 146, 150, 155, 171, 175, 229, 290, 299, 302, 335, 340–1, 343, 347, 361, 382, 389, 403, 425, 434, 440, 472–97, 515, 582, 600, 601, 603, 611, 654, 657, 662, 664, 665, 688, 699, 702, 703, 739, 758–60
Culture and Value19, 21, 714–16, 718, 721, 725, 755, 771, 775
(p. 820) Davidson, Donald317–19, 327, 463, 467, 532
denoting, concept, phrase90, 223, 224
Descartes, René105–6, 113, 208, 336, 355, 367, 441, 456, 463, 529, 539, 582
descriptions, theory of41, 219, 220, 222, 237
discovery,83, 152, 163, 174, 230–2, 501, 611, 629–31, 637, 638, 640, 642–3, 685, 695, 770, 797, 804
dogmatism, dogmatic6, 30, 162, 170, 172, 237, 496, 564, 609, 613–14, 648
Dummett, Michael66, 84, 98, 118, 139–41, 145, 148–50, 155, 159, 306, 307, 309, 358, 584
empiricism152, 356, 572–3, 575, 577
Engelmann, Paul13–14, 18, 20, 82, 775, 777, 802, 805
ethical, ethics8, 22, 29, 241, 257–63, 461, 668, 730, 746, 760, 776–7, 779, 796–815
family resemblance10, 702, 779
Floyd, Juliet165, 173, 176–7, 179, 215, 263, 338, 623
form of life288, 291, 311–13, 315, 320, 326, 330, 335, 362, 563, 613, 614, 653, 664, 676, 736, 757, 759, 763–4, 767, 773
Freud, Sigmund17, 21, 580, 743, 749
function–object, analysis, distinction91, 93, 94, 98, 100, 101
Geach, Peter75, 79, 81, 84–8, 122–3, 145
generality,46, 47, 88, 91, 97, 101, 123–4, 126, 127, 129, 206, 232, 233–6, 265, 351, 354, 602, 612, 638, 669, 672, 678, 740
general propositional form,75, 250, 611
Glock, H.–J.345, 378, 580, 716, 734
Gödel, Kurt7, 126–7, 131, 136
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang17, 502, 562, 581, 582, 716
Goldfarb, Warren84, 98, 99, 158, 280, 281, 284, 620, 623, 625–8, 631, 632, 637–9, 643, 738, 742
Hacker, P. M. S.4–5, 84, 107, 138, 336, 340,343–6, 378, 395, 397–8, 407, 432, 437–41, 444, 451, 468, 479, 503, 584, 588, 600, 610, 627, 655–60, 734, 800
Hark, Michel ter500, 578
Heidegger, Martin3, 620–1, 705
Hertz, Heinrich20, 30
Hilbert, David19, 117, 130, 136, 143, 162–3, 165, 167, 583
Hintikka, Jaakko217, 583, 584–5, 587
idealism81, 107, 311–30, 340, 441, 533, 553, 556, 557
identity5, 30, 38, 39, 41–6, 48–50, 52–3, 88, 93, 100, 124, 150, 221, 228, 235, 380, 382, 388, 389, 396, 425, 433, 440, 490, 600, 659, 671, 676
(p. 821) individual Russellian, variable33, 35, 36, 38, 41, 48, 124, 221, 236, 668
infinity105–20
intention, intentionality284, 298, 300, 302–3, 307–8, 363, 364, 391, 409, 442, 459, 462, 470, 487, 503, 517, 589, 658, 663, 665, 735, 787–8
intuition, intuitionism7, 54–5, 93, 97, 125–6, 132, 136, 138, 140, 148, 282, 370, 570–2, 576, 577, 580–91, 712
James, William451–3, 455, 465, 470, 500–7, 517–19, 690
Kant, Immanuel, Kantian5, 30, 54–5, 97, 111, 178, 224–5, 295, 309, 312, 336, 367, 451, 491, 493, 582, 640, 698, 711, 712, 761–2, 797, 802, 810
Kienzler, Wolfgang95, 97, 556, 641, 644
Kraus, Karl725
Kremer, Michael247, 253, 261, 265, 599, 600, 621, 623, 644, 811
Kuusela, Oskari293, 602, 614, 623, 644, 734, 805
Last Writings on the Philosophy of Psychology 500, 727
Lear, Jonathan311–17, 319–22, 326–30
Locke, John336, 451–2, 463–5, 468
logical form54, 102, 188, 193, 246, 294, 586, 766, 773, 801
Marion, Mathieu138, 148, 149, 153, 159, 583–8
McDowell, John4, 5, 308, 311, 473, 477, 479–82, 485, 487–9, 492, 495, 547, 644, 803–4, 807
McGinn, Marie84, 94, 120, 222, 238, 241, 267, 273, 293, 330, 339, 347, 362, 371, 399, 415, 427, 497, 535, 538, 545, 547, 568, 600, 602, 606, 617, 620, 625–7, 631–2, 639, 643, 695, 701, 737, 803
McGuinness, Brian20, 28, 40–1, 67, 74, 80, 267, 582–3, 800–1
meaning-blindness501–4, 507–8
metaphysics, metaphysical4, 31, 33, 35, 53–5, 75, 138, 224–5, 227, 231, 234, 244, 247, 342, 356, 388, 395, 402, 438, 454, 482, 491, 494, 571, 587, 601, 603–4, 615, 636, 643, 647, 657–9, 690–1, 718, 733, 737–8, 748, 800, 801, 805
Minar, Edward273, 311, 535, 708
Moore's proof (of external world)552, 554, 559, 566–7
Mulhall, Stephen257, 311, 316, 339–40, 346–7, 501, 698–700, 800, 808
natural history280, 292, 306, 351, 359, 404, 405, 578, 614, 653, 679, 685, 687
necessity, logical, mathematical, philosophical31, 55–7, 108, 111, 124, 207–8, 235, 406, 458, 476–7, 485, 544, 598, 602–3, 605, 627
Notebooks 1914–191648–9, 216–17, 220, 222, 230, 234, 258, 263, 451–2, 454, 607, 626, 631–2, 648, 668, 679, 716–17, 719, 776, 803
object
Fregean, logical, Russellian, Tractarian10, 33, 38–9, 47–8, 50, 52, 54–6, 71–3, 75–6, 83, 87–94, 96–8, 100–2, 123, 133, 136, 189, 215–17, 221–5, 228–33, 236, 248–51, 269, 533, 578, 602, 616, 649, 693
Object of comparison18, 200, 202, 203, 209, 277, 502, 613–16, 634, 679, 682–3
Ogden, C. K.67, 72, 74–5, 82, 336, 579, 580
paradox
Moore's551
Russell's35, 37, 606
particular (vs universal)31, 32, 215–18, 261
Pears, David67, 74, 228, 337, 380, 395, 397–8, 403, 419, 801–3
phenomenology, phenomenological234, 271, 336, 379–80, 387, 431, 585, 587
Philosophical Grammar97, 122, 125, 130, 131, 183, 218, 231, 297, 446, 547, 783
Philosophical Remarks109, 116, 118, 122, 125–7, 130–2, 150, 158, 266, 345, 389, 395, 398–9, 571, 580, 671, 731
picture theory (of proposition)69–70, 72, 184, 197, 264–5, 294, 602, 611–12, 615, 669
piecemeal620, 625–32, 637–9, 643, 648, 651
Potter, Michael66, 82, 85, 123–5, 238
(p. 823) Principia Mathematica29, 40, 48, 53, 82, 141–6, 151, 155–8, 222, 237
Principles of Mathematics46, 54, 60, 65–6, 80, 219, 223
private experience402–4, 406, 420–1, 431–4, 437, 448, 579
The Problems of Philosophy214, 216, 229, 577
proposition, elementary42–3, 71, 75, 82, 186–7, 215, 218, 228, 232–7, 249–50, 578, 602, 610, 616, 669
Quine, W. V. O.4, 369, 371
Ramsey, Frank43, 52–3, 57, 66–7, 71, 73, 76–7, 79, 82, 96, 124–7, 138, 143, 145, 157, 234, 271, 277, 584, 606, 749
religion, religious7, 14, 17, 18, 21, 561, 714–15, 726, 730, 733, 755–74, 797–8, 815
Remarks on Colour326, 328
Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics133, 135–6, 141–2, 145, 151, 154, 289–90, 319, 359, 432, 441, 783
Remarks on the Philosophy of Psychology288, 323, 446, 451, 500
resolute (reading)346, 600, 623, 627–32, 643, 800
Ricketts, Thomas84–5, 93–4, 98–9, 101, 217, 251, 273, 623
Ryle, Gilbert4, 8, 20–1, 81, 453, 458, 461, 470
Säätelä, Simo128, 134
Schlick, Moritz6, 97, 130–1, 172, 336, 397, 500
Schopenhauer, Arthur255, 266, 450–5, 457, 466–7, 470, 716, 776, 802
Schulte, Joachim10, 13, 432, 506, 610, 633, 730
secondary sense514–16
seeing, aspects503, 506, 509, 516, 682, 699, 703, 706
seeing as261, 403–4, 416–17, 500, 511, 515, 519, 711
Self-knowledge,8, 320, 376, 392, 472, 730, 732, 815
sense, determinateness of, of a proposition75, 127, 227, 247, 249, 585, 650, 762
sense-data (sense-datum)31, 216, 224, 271, 397, 402–4, 406–9, 413, 416–20, 429, 431–2, 574, 581–2
simple, object, sign, state of affairs, symbol 72–3, 91, 215–17, 224, 226–7, 228–30, 233, 236, 256, 602, 610, 615, 668
Socrates, Socratic8–9, 14, 216, 247, 667, 671, 675
(p. 824) Stenius, Erik217
Strawson, Peter4, 6, 333–5, 359–61, 380, 413, 451
Stroud, Barry106, 311, 321, 337–9, 345, 347,531, 539
style, of argumentation, thinking, writing 8–9, 10, 64, 79, 102, 412, 423, 427, 553, 675, 694, 714–27, 741–2, 816
sublime, sublimation610–11, 615, 648–55, 690, 733
subsistence,219, 221
substance,222, 224–8, 463–4, 578
therapy, therapeutic345, 635, 651, 700, 711,729, 734
Travis, Charles183, 371, 427, 538
types, theory of29, 32–8, 41, 46, 48, 50, 89, 125, 237, 599
Uhland, Ludwig777, 802
verficationism, verification principle127, 133, 329, 333, 342, 396, 398, 488, 677
visual field, space167, 224, 230, 234, 379–80
‘visual room’,412–15, 432, 692
Waismann, Friedrich51, 130–1, 142, 145, 172, 218, 268, 500, 584, 746
will, willing, theory of16, 169, 245, 260–3, 292, 380, 451–9, 463, 465–70, 668, 679, 729, 731, 734, 803–5
Williams, Bernard107, 113, 245, 311, 312, 315–16, 380
Winch, Peter5, 355, 366, 368–9, 578–9, 590, 715–16, 756
Witherspoon, Edward623
Wright, Crispin4, 118, 140, 145, 149, 304, 309, 338, 479, 535, 542–7
Wright, G. H. von13, 19, 454, 468–9, 715, 730, 743