Index
actual e  ntity, 43, 52 – 53, 61 – 61, 66
Alexander, 51
Bergson, Henri, 1, 19 – 24, 29, 47,
59 – 60
bifurcation of nature, 3 – 8, 10 – 15,
18 – 20, 24 – 26, 36 – 39, 41, 59, 72, 73
Boyle, Robert, 8
Caesar, Julius, 29
captures, 48 – 52, 61, 63, 67, 76, 82 – 83,
85
Carlyle, Thomas, 10
Cesselin, Félix, 6
Concept of Nature, The, 3, 5, 19, 26 – 28,
34, 36 – 37, 39
correlations, 12, 26, 33 – 35
cosmology, 1, 5, 7, 9, 16 – 17, 24, 26,
40 – 41
Deleuze, Gilles, 1, 28 – 30, 48, 51, 57 – 58,
64, 87n4, 91n85
Descartes, René, 6 – 7, 43 – 48, 55, 61,
67, 87n4
Dewey, John, 1, 19, 44, 59
Diderot, Denis, 10
dualism: contrasted with the
bifurcation of nature 6 – 7; as a
repetition of bifurcation, 25; in
relation to eternal objects, 59 – 60
Dupréel, Eugène, 94n40
eternal objects, 61 – 67, 70 – 71, 94n56
fallacy of misplaced concreteness, the,
25
feeling, 2, 42 – 59, 61, 67 – 71, 73, 75,
78 – 83, 85 – 86; see also metaphysics
of feeling
Galileo, Galilei, 13
Haraway, Donna, 88n18, 95n67
Heidegger, Martin, 54
importance, 3, 78 – 81, 83 – 86
James, William, 19 – 20, 28, 42, 59, 84,
93n32
judgment, 81 – 82
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, 36, 51,
64, 87n4
Locke, John, 8 – 11, 59
lure, 81 – 83, 85
mannerism, 2, 64, 77, 87n4
materialism: scientific materialism,
9 – 11, 16, 18 – 19, 23, 40; as formal,
14 – 15; as organicist, 10
matter of fact: as the support of
possibilities, 52; contrasted to sense
of importance, 78 – 79
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