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(p. 607) Index

(p. 607) Index

Abrahamic tradition 593, 596–600
absolute
substrate 365–6
predicate 365
absorbed coping 202, 204–6, 211, 213
abstract 139
art 559
particular 120
abstraction 572
accountability 280
act 508, 515
acting 32
acting-in-the-flow 202, 205, 213
action 33, 137, 228
analytic theory of 266–7
description of 273
holistic view of 273
joint 400, 414
ontology of 271
unintended consequences of 266, 272
adumbrations 11, 95, 141, 160–1, 163, 170, 570
affective appraisal circuit 194
affectivity 182, 566, 576, 580
self-affection 289, 577
agency 83–5
sense of 81–2
Aghion, A. 514
aletheia 528
allure 187
alterity 320
ambient light 165
ambiguity 568
Amery, J. 519
anarchic hand syndrome 85
anger 463
animal 110, 230, 237, 579–81
subjectivity 38
animality 38–9
animate organism 39, 44
Anscombe, G. E. M. 267
answer 423, 428
anthropology 488
Apel, K.-O. 457
appearances 94–5, 97, 99–100, 104–7, 110, 140, 142, 567, 570
sensory 53, 58–9, 61–2, 65
appearing 94–5, 104–6
apperceptions (Apperzeptionen) 35–7
appraisal circuit 189
a priori 575
archaeologists 492
archi-event 107–10
archi-life 107, 109–10
archi-movement 103–10
Arcimboldo, G. 553
Arendt, J. H. 273, 442–3, 431, 434, 446, 451, 454, 457, 459, 503
artifacts 492, 494
asymmetry 473–4
attention 155
attribute 254, 352, 363, 373
Austin, J. L. 460
authenticity (Eigentlichkeit) 531
autonomy 219
auto-significance 373
Avramides, A. 460
Bacon, F. 566, 571–2, 576, 579–81
background 183
bad faith 229–30
Bakhtin, M. M. 428
Baqlī, R. 595, 597–8, 600
(p. 608) Barbaras, R. 291, 299
basic affects 184
beauty 567
de Beauvoir, S. 225, 228, 551
behaviourism 475–6
belief 406, 549
aggregated 405
in others (Fremdglaube) 433
belonging 95–8, 102–3, 109
benevolence 434
Benoist, J. 291
Bergson, H.-L. 516
Binet, A. 74, 180 see also Würzburg psychologists
biological determinism 219
biology 97
biosciences 220, 222
blindsight 54–5
bodily movements 127
Bodin, J. 446
body 216, 243–61, 299–300, 309, 314, 568
as artifact 217
as expression 217, 231, 237
as instrument 217, 230, 233, 237
as source of meaning 232
Bollnow, O. F. 308
Bolzano, B. 146
boundaries of the lived body 243–4, 257–8
Brentano, F. 50, 68, 279, 351, 368, 372, 401
Brontë, C. 516
Butler, J. 227–8
Calhoun, C. 316
caress 229, 231
Carman, T. 21
Carnap, R. 368, 370, 372
Carr, D. 275–7
Cartier-Bresson, H. 551
Cassam, Q. 461
Castelfranchi, C. 316
categorial form 349–50, 364
categorical intuition 378, 380–1
categories 350, 352–3, 358, 360, 362, 368–74, 575
causal 138
causality
motivational 232
partial 280, 282
cerebellum 86
Cézanne, P. 566, 568, 571–3, 581
Chodorow, N. J. 220, 224
Cicero 444
cities 492
citizenship 493
civitas 445, 453
cognition
social 87–8
cognitive impenetrability 467
Cohen, J. 170–1
coincidence 354, 367
collective person (Gesamtperson) 412
colour 161, 163, 166, 167, 170
colouring (Einfärbung) 410
commemorations 497
commonality
collective 404–5
distributive 404–5
of truth 405
common sense 452, 454
communal
subject 412
communication
public 385
communities 488
comparator 85–7
composition 573
compositionality 351
concealment 527–9
conditions
of satisfaction 135, 148
normal 125, 128
optimal 125, 128
psychophysical 125, 128
conflict (Widerstreit) 428
conscience 511–12
consensus 413, 417
constitution 28–9, 31–2, 44
of meaning 30, 36
personalistic 37, 39
pre-personal level of 37
self-constitution 36–7
transcendental 39
consciousness 42, 48–50, 52, 54, 55, 57–8, 66–8, 134
(p. 609) construction 227
constructivism 221
context 146–8
contextual intentionality 150
continental 484
content 134, 136, 410
conceptual 48, 62, 65
intensional 121
intentional 119, 123
metaphysical 561
non-conceptual 61, 65, 67
theories of 121, 123
conversation
affective 402
practical 402
expressive 402
co-perception 296–7
co-presentation 463, 472
copy 556
correlation 94–104, 107–9, 527, 530,534, 540
Crane, T. 115, 123–4
Currie, G. 469
Danto, A. 499, 562
Darwin, C. 306
Dasein 179, 528–31
Davidson, D. 268–9, 272, 274
Davin, J. L. 556
daydreaming 378, 383, 387, 389
death 38, 101, 109–10, 513
decoration 560
deformation 579
Degas, E. 548
Deigh, J. 315, 317–18
Deleuze, G. 566, 572, 576, 579–81
delusions of control 85
demand of the Other (Anspruch) 423, 429
democracy 453
dêmos 445, 453
Dennett, D. C. 12–14, 20, 22
Deonna, J. A. 311, 319, 321
dependent part 137–8
depiction 559
Derain, A. 554
Derrida, J. 13–14, 20, 252, 506–7, 519–20
Descartes, R. 70, 81, 568
description 267, 269–70, 526, 539
Diamond, C. 562
difference 530
different 537
Dilthey, W. 494, 496–7, 500
direct
awareness 150, 152
casual relation 153
intentional relation 153
realism 152
discursive dilemma 412
disgrace 312
disjunctive account
of behaviour 476
disjunctivism 149–50
distance 291–2
experiential 287
Dretske, F. I. 462, 470–1
Dreyfus, H. L. 198–9, 201–3, 205–6, 211–13
drives 192
dualism 217–19
ecological
acoustics 166
approach 164
optics 165–6
Edelman, S. M. 74
edges
of the lived body 243–61
effective history (Wirkungsgeschichte) 534
efference copy 86
ego 36, 39, 367, 372
eidetic reduction 29
Ekman, P. 304
embarrassment 305, 309, 312, 314
embodiment 38, 41, 82, 216
phenomenology of 228
emotion 304
empathy 88, 406
empiricists 140
engagement 182
enjoyments 186
epilepsy 78
epiphany 593–6
(p. 610) episodic memory 76–7
epistêmê 449–52, 455–9
epistemic
attitude 400, 402–4
commonality 400, 413, 416
conversation 403
regime 227
seeing 470–1
epistemology 469, 483, 501
naturalized 22
epoché 21, 28, 79, 425, 527, 565–71, 573
equipment 487
Erikson, E. H. 437
eroticism 224
essence 28, 405, 574
ethical 525
excess 565
exile 109–10
existential generalization
failure of 117
exodus 109–10
experience 52–3, 57–8, 223, 483, 486, 583
collective 408, 410
joint 410
pre-predicative 389
shared 411
experiments 80
explication (Auslegung ) 525–6, 528–31, 533–4, 538, 540
explicative synthesis 363–6
exposure 308, 313, 319
externalism 149
face 231, 235
fallacy of misplaced concreteness167, 172
Farrer, C. 83–4
fecundity 229
feelings 389
Feldman, R. 335
feminism 224
feminist biology 226
fictions
perceptual 574
Figal, G. 571
figurative 579
film 547
Fineberg, J. 562
finitude 309, 408
Fink, E. 443
Flach, A. 74
flesh 228, 235, 250
focus
fixed 403
folk psychology 81
folktales 497
Føllesdal, D. 120–1, 124
forces 572, 576, 578–81
forgiveness 503
aporia of 520
paradoxes of 504
formal indication (formale anzeige)529, 531
formalized notion 76
forward model 85
Foucault, M. 227–8
foundation 358–61, 363, 365, 367–71, 373
foundationalism 327
founded 338
Frankfurt school 445
Frank, M. 414
frame 573
freedom 271, 280–1, 495, 552
Frege, F. L. G. 8–9, 17, 349, 351–2, 354, 356–8, 372
Freud, S. S. 219
friendship, 431
Frith, C. 83–5
Fukuyama, Y. F. 499
fulfillment (Erfüllung) 328–9, 350, 360, 363–5, 367, 369
Fumerton, A. R. 330–1, 336
Gadamer, H.-G. 532–7
Gallagher, S. 80, 468–9
Gallese, V. 88
gaze 568–9
generations 491
genetic 358–9, 366, 372
generativity 229
generosity 518, 521, 523
Germaine, G. 224
gestalt 485
psychology 74
gestures 88, 231
natural 386
Gibson, J. J. 164, 174, 199, 256, 296–7
Giddens, A. 218
Gilbert, M. 412–14, 416
givenness 583–4, 586–92
van Gogh, V. M. 559
Goldman, A. I. 460
Goldstein, K. 428
Goodman, N. 556
Gottlieb, A. 559
grammar 358, 368
Grandin, T. 466
Graver, W. 166
Green, M. 460, 469
Gregory, R. L. 468
Grice, P. H. 399
grief 410
Griswold, C. L. 507, 515, 519–20
Guattari, P.-F. 579–80
guilt 311, 511
Gurwitsch, A. 74–5, 89, 158–9, 162
Habermas, J. 455, 457
habits 200
habitus 372
Haggard, P. 81, 83–4
hallucination 116, 122, 125, 129, 150, 337
Hampshire, S. 267
Hampson, J. G. 223
Hanson, D. 549
Harré, R. 305–6
Hegel, G. W. F. 274, 282, 446–9, 575–6
Helm, B. W. 402
von Helmholtz, H. L. F. 468
Henrich, D. 414
Henry, M. 100, 277, 280, 289, 299, 301, 318, 566, 576–81, 590–2, 593, 596
hippocampus
replays in 388
Heraclitus 443, 449–51, 453
heritage 494
hermeneutic 525, 595, 600–2
experience 537–8
circle 276
Hess, T. B. 561
heteronomy 315
historicity 49–5
history 483, 534–5
analytic philosophy of 500
discipline 485, 496
end of 499
Hobbes, T. 427, 432, 436
Hodges, S. D. 468
von Hofmannsthal, H. 567
Hopkins, R. 454
human sciences 487
Hume, D. 277–8
humiliation 312, 317
Hyslop, A. 460, 473–5
ideality 372–3
identification 355, 357–9, 373
identity
failure of substitutivity of 117, 131
illumination 164, 170–1
illusion 115, 128–9, 337
arguments from 476
Müller-Lyer 467–8
perceptual 122, 125
image 545, 571, 573–4
consciousness 341, 545
intellectually mediated 561
(p. 612) imagination 74, 77, 207, 209–10, 389
visual 558
imitation 556
impossible objects 130
independence 351–2, 366
independent part 138
indexical
awareness 146
content 146, 148, 152
indirectness 338
indirect realism 118
individual self 406
individuation 105–8, 110
inference 465, 469–70
inferential accounts 463
of our knowledge of other minds 464, 473
inferentialism
personal-level 468
sub-personal 468
infinite iterability 409
infinite progress 406
Ingres, J. A. D. 573
inner awareness 154
institutional fact 417
institutions 493
intensional contexts 116, 131
intensional entity 120
intentional
actions 269–71
character 135, 137
consciousness 73
conception-dependence of 116–17, 128–30
existence-independence of 116–17, 128–30
relation 135, 137–8, 144
state 119
intentionality 59, 61, 65–6, 95–6, 101, 115, 123, 134, 288–9, 291, 293–4, 486, 508, 586
affective 231, 235
collective 408
instrumental 231
object-theory of 118, 120
intention-in-action 180
intention-of-action 180
intention to think 86
interaction 88
internalism 149, 333
interpretation 528, 538–41
intersexed individuals 223
intersubjectivity 87, 216
introspection 7–8
intuition 146, 150, 152
intuitional contact 148
intuitionism 564
invisible 313, 566, 570, 577–8, 580
involuntary movement 83
ipseity 82
isêgoria 453
Jacob, P. 475
James, W. 72
Jankelevitch, V. 506, 521
joint
attention 409
attitude 410
believers 417
epistemic attitudes 406, 414
intentional attitudes 401, 404, 414
knowers 417
perceptual beliefs 400, 416
Jonas, H. 101, 107
judgement 350–1, 353–62, 367, 369
faculty of 541
justification 470–1
sources of 331
justifiers
evidential 331
non-evidential justifiers 331
Kandinsky, W. W. 566, 572, 576–9, 581
Katz, D. 146, 161
Klee, P. 569, 571
kerygmatic 372
Klein, M. R. 219
kinaesthesia 234
knowledge 496, 566, 575
common 407, 409
mutual 407
shared 497
Koffka, K. 75
Kolnai, A. T. 507
kosmos 450
(p. 613) Lacan, J. M. É. 219
lack 383, 565, 569
Landweer, H. 315
language 532–3, 534
Laquer, T. W. 227
Lawlor, L. 73
Lebenswelt 458 see also life-world
Leder, D. 299
Leib 42, 44 see also lived body
leibhaftig 145, 150
Lewis, M. 305–6, 321
liberty 427, 430
Libet, B. 81
life-history 266, 274, 280
life-world 458–9, 498 see also Lebenswelt
life-sciences 220
limit-phenomena 583, 586–9
linguistic turn 484
Lipps, T. 12
List, C. 412
literary studies 488
lived body 228, 234 see also Leib
lived-experiences 96, 98
Locke, J. 369, 432, 436
logic 8–9
logon didonai 453
logos 527–30, 538
Löwith, K. 499
Luhmann, N. 433
Lyotard, J.-F. 499
McDowell, J. H. 460, 476
McIntyre, A. C. 275, 277, 280
McIntyre, R. 120–1, 273, 124
McNeill, W. E. S. 472
Magritte, R. F. G. 550, 574
male 216, 224
Malle, B. F. 468
Maine de Biran, F.-P.-G. 300
Manet, É. 546
manifestation 105–8, 576
hetero-manifestation 289
self-manifestation 289
Marbach, E. 76–7
Marion, J.-L. 591, 593
Marx, K. 498
marxism 444, 499
masculine 216, 224
materiality 299
mathematics 76
Matisse, H.-E.-B. 558
matter/form distinction 219
Mead, G. H. 319–20
Mead, M. 222–3,
meaning 28, 34, 349–56, 358–70, 373, 498, 534–7, 540–1
theory of 377, 385
meaning-species 120
Meijers, A. W. M. 412
Meldon, A. I. 267
melody 485
Melnyk, A. 469
membership 493
memory 77, 546, 483
working 72
mental states 460
metaphysics 483, 501, 564
metonia 506
mineness 82, 318
Millett, K. 224
mimics 383
mind/body distinction 217, 221
mindreading 87
Mink, L. O. 276
mirror 287, 292
mirror neuron 87–8
mirror stage 219
modality
de dicto 117–18
de re 117–18
of presentation 154
(p. 614) modal model of consciousness 154
mode
of an attitude 402
of presentation 153
moment 141
Mondrian, P. C. 572
Money, J. W. 223, 225
Mooney, T. 206, 211–12
morphology 358
mother-child interaction 219, 224–5
motif 573
motility 218, 224
motor control 84, 86, 214
motor skill 200–1, 206, 208–9
Mulligan, K. 369–70
Musil, R. 427
mutual
beliefs 407
enlightenment 89
(explicit) awareness 410
mysticism 585, 595
Nagel, T. 460
narrative theory of self 266, 274–6, 280
national socialism 442
natural attitude 27, 73, 81, 448–52, 486–90, 497–8, 536
natural kinds 41
naturalistic attitude 35, 531
naturalism 23, 70–1
scientific 41
naturalized
epistemology 22
phenomenology 70, 72
nature 42–3
nature/culture distinction 218, 221
negation 354–5
neuropathology 89
neurophenomenology 78–9
neuroscience 89
Newman, B. 560
Nietzsche, F. W. 404, 425, 438, 575
noema 29
Noë, A. 166
noesis 29
noetic 349–50, 358–60, 362–71
achievements 178
non-communicative thinkers 379
non-existent 130
normality/abnormality distinction 223–4
nuclear form 352–3
nuclear material 352–3
Nussbaum, M. C. 309
Oakley, A. 224
object 287, 529
formal 401
objectification 292, 533
objectifying 531
objective 538, 540
meaning 525
objectivism 458
object-relations theory 225
observation 493
obstacle-dissipating strategy 462, 464, 472–5
obstacle-overcoming strategy 462, 464, 472, 475
O’Callaghan, C. 173
one-level view of consciousness 290
ontological 350
foundation of predication 365, 369
independence 352, 366
structure 372–3, 360, 362, 370
openness 293
order 427, 430
ordinary/extraordinary 438
origins 362
Other 307, 309, 310, 314, 316, 513, 522
otherness 438
Overgaard, S. 474, 477
ownership
sense of 81–2, 84
Pachoud, B. 76
painter 567
painting 546, 566, 568, 570–1, 573–4, 576, 578–81
abstract 577
paradox
of subjectivity 25, 30, 39, 44
Pargetter, R. 469
Parmenides 449
Parrhasius 574
(p. 615) particularity 145
pathos 424
Patočka, J. 103–6
Peacocke, C. A. B. 409
perceived space 485
perceiving 33
perceptual
account of our knowledge of other minds 461, 463
experience 138
judgements 361
illusion 558
performance 228
personal history 274, 280
personal identity 278 see also narrative theory of self
personal-level 89
personalistic attitude 35, 488, 489
persons 26, 30–2, 34, 41, 490
Pettit, P. N. 412, 415
Petitot, J. 76
phantasy 546
phenomenal 136
appearance 140
phenomenality 50, 54–5, 57, 455
phenomenon 526–30, 532–3, 537, 539
phenomenological
attitude 526, 531
psychology 73
phenomenological description 145
as explication 528
phenomenology 48, 50–1, 65, 67, 583, 586–91
action 266
ecological 166
French 228
front-loaded 80, 82, 217, 228
political 455
transcendental 406
philosophical attitudes 451
philosophy
of mind 87
political 444, 454
phronêsis 456–7
physical
attributes 221
support 547
Picasso, P. R. 559
Pickard, H. 460
Plato 308, 425, 429, 442, 456–7, 534
plural element 412
plural subjectivity 412, 414–16
Poggi, I. 316
Policari, S. 562
polis 443, 453, 454, 456
political 499
political world 443, 446–7, 454–6
Pollock, P. J. 572
populous 445
posteriority (Nachträglichkeit) 424, 429
practices 273–4, 493
pragma 444
pre-being 34, 40
predication 349, 354–7, 360, 363–71
predicative 349–51, 353–6, 358–73
pre-frontal cortex 86
pre-given world 26, 30, 34, 42
prejudice 447, 450
pre-motor cortex 86
pre-personal
process of consciousness 42
process of embodied consciousness 43
subjectivity 38
pre-reflective self-awareness 82, 154, 288–9, 294
presence 144–5, 151, 564
presentation 123–4, 587–90, 593–9, 603
presentational account 123
presentationalism 121, 125–6, 128
de Preester, H. 74
primate group 378
problem of other minds 460
conceptual 460
descriptive 460–1
epistemological 460–1, 477
process 103–9
profiles 178
projection (Entwerfen) 531, 533
proprioception 84–5, 194, 234
protention 485, 490
(p. 616) psychologism 9, 71
logical 27
psychology 72, 466
of consciousness 35
developmental 74, 89, 409
gestalt 74
psychopathology 89
pure
consciousness 39, 44
Pylyshyn, Z. 467–8
Quine, W. V. O. 21–3, 268
qualia 140
Rabbi Dov Baer 597–8, 600
race theory 226
Raphael 558
Ratcliffe, M. 468
rationality constraint 401
Ravenscroft, I. 469
raw material 227
receptive 181
receptivity 183
reciprocal attitudes 409
recollection 279
reduction
eidetic 29
of judgements 351
phenomenological 28, 79
reductionism 88
refiguration 276, 281
reflection 8, 294, 414, 525, 526, 538
reflective 302
reflective judgement 443, 452, 456
reflexive 288–9, 294, 302
reflexivity 288
reference
first order 536
sense of 529
Reimer, D. 223
Reinach, A. B. P. 369
relativism 495
as historical 495
religious experience 583, 585–7, 589, 590–9, 601–3
remembrance 508
repetition 228
representation 123, 126, 377, 379, 380, 385, 483, 576
representationalism 115, 125, 128
reproductive
functions 221
organs 233
resemblance 555
resentment 515–19
responsibility 506–7, 514
responsivity 187, 423, 425–8, 430, 433
res publica 444–6
retention 485, 490
revelation 583–5, 590–3, 601, 603
Richir, M. 266, 272
Ricœur, P. 266, 268, 272, 275–6, 280–2, 525, 534, 536–7, 540
Rock, I. 468
Rodin, F.-A.-R. 559
Rothko, M. 559
Roy, J.-M. 76–7
Rubin,G., 219
rubber hand illusion 83–4
Russell, B. A. W. 349, 369, 372
Sacks, O. W. 466
St. Augustine 498
St. Teresa of Avila 597–8, 600
satisfaction-conditions 147
saturated/unsaturated 351, 353–4, 356
saying (dire) 373
sceptical arguments 477
Schapp, W. 275
Scheler, M. F. 307–8, 312, 410–11, 460, 463, 465, 467, 590–1, 593
Schelling, F. W. J. 281
schemata 178, 181
Schmid, H. B. 415
Scholl, B. J. 479
Schopenhauer, A. 575
Schizophrenia 85–6
Schneider 208–9, 235
(p. 617) Schuhmann, K. 442
Schutz, A. 491
science 487
cognitive 70, 87
social 489
philosophy of 500
scientific naturalism 21
scientism 71
Searle, J. R. 119, 121, 123, 411–12, 415, 417
second-person experiences 89
second-person interaction 87
seeing-as 552
seeing-face-to-face 557
seeing-in 550
sedimentation 228
self-showing 526–7, 530, 532–4, 537–8, 540–1
self-consciousness 319
self-esteem 305, 309, 314, 317–18
selfhood 219
narrative interpretation of 275
of the agent 272
self-movement 98
self-objectification 230
self-subsistence 351
self-reflection 305–6, 414
semantic 350, 352, 359, 370
sensations 579, 580
sense 123
sense-datum 151
theory 118
sensory constancy 59–60
sensuous appearance 140
sex/gender distinction 216–8, 220, 222–7
shared affective attitude 410
sign 554
sign-consciousness 341
significance 123
Signoret, S. 552
silence 531
Simmel, G. 414
Simons, P. M. 365, 369, 373
simulation theory 87–8
society 446
somatoparaphrenia 85
Smith, A. 518
Smith, B. 369
Smith, D. W. 120–1, 124
Smith, J. 463–4, 473
social construction 219
sociology 488
Sokolowski, R. 550
solicitations 188, 200–2, 206–7, 209, 211–14
solitary thinkers 379, 395
Sophocles 267, 281
sounds 172
multi-dimensionality of 167
spatiality of 161, 168
Spengler, O. M. A. G. 498
Spinoza, B. 581
spontaneity 363
spontaneous 427
state 446
state of affairs 359
Stein, E. 460
Stoller, R. J. 224–5
Stone, A. 226
Stout, R. 476
strangeness (Fremdheit) 433
stratification 366
Straus, E. 307
Strawson, G. J. 305
Strawson, P. F. 168, 368–9
stigma 311
subject 287, 349–58, 361, 363–5, 367–8, 371–4, 401, 412, 426, 580
bodily 300
collective epistemic 416
corporate 400, 415
individual epistemic 416
subjective idealism 118
subjectivity 290
life of 516
subordination of women 225
sub-personal mechanisms88–89
substance 352, 369, 372, 374
symbol 556
(p. 618) symbolic consciousness 554
symbolic medium 384
syntax 395
synthesis 350, 352, 354, 358, 360–7, 369
Taylor, M. C. 275, 277, 399–401, 416
Taylor, G. 314
telepathy 474
temporal flow 72, 314
temporality 30, 72, 126–7, 484, 490, 505, 522
field 491
of responding 429
Teroni, F. 311, 319, 321
theodicy 499
theory of mind 87
theory theory 87–8
things 564, 570
third party 426, 438
Thompson, E. 167
thought insertion 85–7
tobin tax 402–3
Tollefsen, D. P. 413
tools 230
Tomasello, M. 409, 416
totalities 357–8
touching 260
oneself 251–6
another 254–7
Toynbee, A. J. 498
tradition 534–6
transcendence 27, 287
of self 279
transcendental 72–3, 75, 358, 364, 368, 370–2
arguments 39
constitution 32
transitional figures 439
naturalism 41
person 32
phenomenology 27, 35, 73
subject 26, 29–30
transparency 155, 301
transparent 154
transsexualism 224
transvestism 224
Tremoulet, P. D. 468
triangularization 393
trompe-l’oeil 574
trope 141
trust 432–8
truth 402, 410
trying 32–3, 36
Tsakiris, M. 81, 83–4
Tuomela, R. 411, 413
Umwelt 296
unconcealment 106–10
understanding 530, 532–5, 537, 539–40
unintended consequences 269–70
uniqueness 575
universality 257
Urstiftung 450
valence 191
validity 27,30
Varela, F. J. 76–9, 258
Vergegenwärtigung 76
Vermeer, J. 547
visible 578, 580
visibility 569, 577
volitive attitude 402
Vollrath, E. 454
von Uexküll, J. J. 296, 298
von Wright, G. H. 268
Vorhandenheit 75
vouloir dire 356, 368
Walther, G. 408
Watt, H. J. 12–13, 15
Watzlawick, P. 430
‘we-contact’ (Wir-berührung) 410, 515
weight 300
we-mode 411
West, R. 556
‘what it is like’ 70, 141
White, H. 484
whole body displacement 83
Williams, B. A. O. 509, 511
(p. 619) Winnicott, D. W. 219, 437
Wittgenstein, L. J. J. 267–8, 460
Wollheim, R. A. 454
women's studies 224
world 44, 125, 448, 450–1, 454, 457–8, 487, 588
human 492
of the everyday 487
of the natural attitude 487
Würzburg psychologists 74
Zahavi, D. 10, 40, 89, 277, 287–90, 294
zen buddhism 597–8
zôon logon echon 453
zôon politikon 453
Zuhandenheit 75