INDEX
aesthetic appreciation, 234
altruism, evolutionary explanation for,
81
amor fati, 151–152
analogue continuity, 155, 183
Ansell Pearson, Keith, 99, 273n3
ants, 224, 266n16, 290n3
aphasia, 171, 282n21
artificial life, 22, 215–216, 265n10, 294n19
artificial selection, 48, 65–66, 107
Bachelard, Gaston, 278n2, 279n9, 285n3
bacteria, 217
Bataille, Georges, 104
becoming, 63, 102, 104, 111, 132, 135, 141–
144, 148–149, 157, 207
bees, 224, 229
Bergson, Henri, 6, 12–13, 106, 141, 261;
Darwin, relation to, 156–158, 193–194,
199–200, 203–209; on duration, 155,
159, 162, 176, 182–186, 190–199, 202,
210, 213, 232–235, 241–242, 246; on
intuition, 155, 209, 234–240, 247;
Nietzsche, relation to, 156–158, 200–
201; on perception, 163–179, 185, 194;
philosophy of life, 155, 200–203, 211–
214; on science, 155–157, 190–194, 197,
209, 240; on the virtual and actual,
178, 185–186, 189–190, 202, 213–214,
250–253. See also Creative Evolution;
Matter and Memory
Big Bang, 143, 145, 246, 276n9
binary oppositions, 160, 163
biology, 1, 27, 38, 53, 126, 241, 269n10
biomedical research, 263n1
biopower, 2
birds, 75, 78, 270n5
Blackwell, Antoinette Brown, 271n7
body, 2–4, 6, 169, 176–180; image of,
164–166; representation and, 3; as a
tool, 225, 226, 228
brain, 58–59, 167–168, 269n14
Butler, Samuel, 20, 82
carnivores, emergence of, 220–221
causality, 127, 130, 132
chemistry, 190–191
chromosomes, 70
class antagonism, 37
commodities, 35–38
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