INDEX
absolute, 47, 212; duration and, 42
abstention, 67
abulia, 75
Achilles, 24–26, 44, 57–58, 81, 117, 152,
177, 193, 200–201, 244–45
action, 195; being and, 48; determin-
ism and, 109; emergent action, 87,
95; forgetting and, 104; freedom
and, 196; language and, 241–42;
virtue in, 159, 242; wisdom and,
243
actor and spectator, 23–30, 241
amalgamate, 40, 45, 163
animal instinct, 129
anthropocentrism, 43
aphasia, 71–76, 96, 172
aporias, 24, 57, 80–81, 152, 159, 165, 177,
185, 188, 193, 196, 199, 201, 206, 221,
225, 240, 245, 258–59; freedom and,
49
arguments, 53
Aristotle, 30, 46, 58–59, 121, 152, 154;
on habit and disposition, 194; list
of movements of, 168
art, 118, 134
asceticism, 164–65
associationism, 19, 38, 79–80, 101,
120–21, 152
atomism, 53, 80–81, 122
autarky of organisms, 13, 173
Baroque period, 178
Bazaillas, Albert, 33, 54
becoming, 1–2, 10, 30–49, 98, 120–21,
155, 204–5; bare space and, 32; posi-
tivity of, 205; rectilinear, 125
Being, time and, 48–49
Bergson, Henri: Aristotle and, 121;
chronological order of works of,
1–2, 23; critique of intensity of, 173;
on death, 147, 149; on dreams, 141;
ethics of, 151–52, 164–65; humanist
theory of, 160–61; imitation theory
and, 136; instinct and intellect
and, 127–28, 130–35; interview of
Jankélévitch with Françoise Reiss
on Bergson, 251–53; letters to
Jankélévitch by, 248–50; localiza-
tion critique of, 71–78; on love, 126;
on matter, 141–44; maximalism of,
159–66; realism of, 81–82; review
of The Origin of the Idea of Time
(Guyau) by, 45; Solemn Homage
to Henri Bergson (1959), 253–60
Berkeley, George, 17, 19, 29, 188; Essay
toward a New Theory of Vision of,
88; illusion of optics and, 40
Bernard, Claude, 174
Bible, 212–19
biology, 101, 113–14, 161–62
body and soul, 94–95, 137–40, 185
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