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Index from Free Will and the Human Sciences in Britain, 1870–1910

Index from Free Will and the Human Sciences in Britain, 1870–1910

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INDEX
Abbott, . K., 88abstraction in knowledge, 8, 172–4activity, 61–2, 66, 91–2, 97, 170
 see also
mental activity Acton, J. E. E. D., Lord Acton, 146–7agency, 3, 13, 15–16, 101, 163–4, 179and history, 151–7moral agency, 3, 99–101social agency, 10, 27–8agnosticism, 4, 25Alexander, S., 79, 130, 160
Space, ime and Deity
, 130Anglican aith, 5, 59, 65anthropomorphism, 8, 175–6, 178–9Aristotelian Society, 47, 129Arnold, Matthew, 1
 Athenæum
, 113attention, 13, 63, 75–9Augustine, 7automatism, 18, 20, 22, 23–31, 159Bacon, Francis, 2, 42Bagehot, W., 156Bailey, S., 88Bain, Alexander, 1, 37, 46, 47, 5, 52–3, 66,69, 84activity, 59, 61–2, 70attention, 77
 Emotions and the Will 
, 35history, 141muscular sense, 88–95, 96–100
Senses and the Intellect 
, 35Baldwin, J. M., 157Balour, A. J., 4, 104, 128–9, 164
 A Deence o Philosophic Doub
, 4Ball, Sydney, 141–2, 157Barnes, Barry, 163, 177Bartlett, F. C., 35Bastian, H. Charltonattention, 78kinaesthesia, 98Beer, Gillian, 176Bell, Charles, 89Bentham, J., 135Bergson, Henri, 79, 95, 174–5
ime and Free Will 
, 174Berkeley, G., Bishop,
 New Teory o Vision
,88, 100Bible, 7, 108Booth, William, General o Salvation Army,113Bosanquet, Bernard, 50, 67, 76, 156, 157Boulanger, G. E. J.–M., General, 41Bowler, Peter J., 138Bradley, A. C., 70Bradley, F. H., 48, 49–51, 153, 172mental activity, 69, 71–5unconscious, 40 will, 44British Academy, 143British Association or the Advancement o Science (BAAS), 5, 21, 23, 85, 107, 170
 British Journal o Psychology
, 54British Psychological Society (BPS), 47, 75Brown, Tomas, 89Brunton, Lauder, 98Buckle, H. ., 141, 153
 History o Civilization in England 
, 136Buddhism, 105, 117Burtt, E. A., 10, 172Bury, J. B., 147–50, 153, 155Butler, Samuel, 139
 
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 Free Will and the Human Sciences in Britain, 1870–191
Calderwood, Henry, 25Calvinism, 58, 115, 118
Cambridge Modern History
, 146Cambridge University, 19, 36, 135Carlyle, Tomas, 33, 81, 84, 95, 115, 144,148, 152Carpenter, W. B., 33, 77, 125, 138as Christian, 22–3, 29causation, 84–7, 93mental physiology, 12, 18–19, 21–3unconscious, 40–1 will, 65, 66–7Carus, Paul, 119, 179Catholic aith, 21, 22, 59, 65, 120causation, 13, 81–8, 93–4, 166–72, 175,179–80causal agency, 82–6causal powers (active powers), 13, 83chance, 14, 28, 64character, 8, 38, 66–7Clark, M. J., 43Cliford, W. K., 67, 159causation, 86–7naturalism, 25–6, 58, 123, 126–7, 180on character, 26–7, 139Collini, Stean, 6, 38, 39, 101, 163Comte, Auguste, 81, 125Courtney, W. L., 119Cox, E., 37Creighton, Mandell, Bishop, 146crowd, 41–2Darwin, Charles R., 105, 106, 109, 136,138, 154
 Descent o Man
, 5, 29evolution o mind and morals, 76, 108,123–5
Origin o Species
, 176Darwin, Erasmus, 89Darwinism, 6, 9Dawson, Gowan, 5degeneration, 39Descartes, R., 24, 131Destutt de racy, A.–L.–C., comte de, 89determinism, 1–3, 7, 43, 58–9, 136, 141,153, 165, 174–5
 see also
materialism and mechanism,necessity Dewey, John, 15, 51, 178evolution and ethics, 105, 127eeling o efort, 100‘Reex Arc Concept in Psychology’, 170Dilthey, W., 150discipline ormation, 11, 135‘disenchantment’, 2, 14, 86, 100–1Dixon, Tomas,
 Invention o Altruism
, 9Döllinger, I. von, 146Dostoevsky, F. M., 126, 180Drummond, Henry, 116, 125
 Dublin Review
, 21economics, 135, 137Edgell, Beatrice, 47, 51Edwards, Jonathan, 64efort, eeling o, 51–2, 95–100
 see also
muscular sensationElam, C., 24Eliot, George,
 Middlemarch
, 155Elton, G. R., 145, 147embodiment, 74–5, 169–70empiricism, 11–12, 46–7, 60–5, 94–5, 178
 English Historical Review
, 145, 150English literature, discipline o, 149Enlightenment, 14, 58, 103epiphenomenalism, 24, 27–8, 159Erasmus, D., 58eugenics, 114, 140evolutionand ethics 103–31and moral sense, 29, 108, 125–6and politics, 111–14and psychology, 19–20, 28–9, 53, 62, 70,76–8, 92 world view, 6, 24act/value distinction
 see
is/ought distinc-tionFall o Man, 2, 7, 40Ferrier, David, 19, 47, 48–9
 Functions o the Brain
, 77Fisher, H. A. L., 157Flournoy, ., 175‘orce’, 13, 25–6, 83–4, 86–7, 95, 100–1,161, 179 psychological knowledge o, 88–95Foster, Michael, 19
 
 
 Index 
271Frazer, J. G., 142Freeman, E. A., 143, 149–50, 179Freud, Sigmund, 12, 18, 160inuence in Britain, 39–40Froude, J. A., 150, 152unction, 171, 177–8, 180Galton, Francis, 47, 48, 58, 114, 136 will, 63, 164George, Henry, 111–12Gladstone, W. E., 106–7Goldman, Lawrence, 141Great Dock Strike, 112Green, . H., 49–50, 65, 71, 104, 180opposition to naturalism, 2–3, 8, 122 will, 67, 159Hacking, Ian, 162Haeckel, Ernst,
 Riddle o the Universe
, 124Haldane, J. S., 79Haldane, R. B., 142, 144, 161Hamilton, William, 11, 88, 93Hamlet, 4Hampshire, Stuart, 1Hardy, Tomas, 14, 155
 Jude the Obscure
, 104, 155Hartley, David, 123Hartmann, E. von, 160–1
 Philosophy o the Unconscious
, 40Head, Henry, 49, 148Heath, D. D., 94Hegelian philosophy, 50, 67, 173Heland, Michael, 111Heller, E., 151Helmholtz, H., 89Herbart, J. F., 74, 78hereditarian belie, 42Herschel, J. F. W., 85, 87history and agency, 151–7and literature, 15, 144, 147–51and science, 142–51, 152–3discipline o, 142, 144–6 purposes o, 144–5, 148–9, 153Hobhouse, L. ., 76, 140–1Hodgson, Shadworth H., 42, 46, 180history, 152–3mind and body, 20stream o consciousness, 168 will, 63–5, 164, 166human sciences, 11, 146humanism, 118, 159, 175humanities, 15, 130, 133–4, 142–3, 147
 see also
‘two cultures’Hume, D., 13, 51, 82, 123–4, 166, 169–70,175Huxley, . H., 3, 9, 21, 24–5, 44, 67, 137–8,147, 154, 156, 159, 164, 167, 180‘Advisableness o Improving NaturalKnowledge’, 110–11agnosticism, 4, 25causation, 86–7determinism, 58education, 111epiphenomenalism, 24, 159
 Evidence as to Man’s Place in Nature
, 107‘Evolution and Ethics’, 14, 101, 103–21,140, 179oundations o ethics, 121–4, 126–31
 Hume
, 121‘Hypothesis that Animals Are Automata’,23–8illness o Huxley, 116–17‘Liberal Education and Where to FindIt’, 115–16science as common sense, 37, 45, 110‘Struggle or Existence in Human Soci-ety’, 113hypnotism, 19, 39, 41Hyslop, J. H., 165–6idealism, 11–13, 49–55, 65–8, 18–20,128–9, 166–7, 172, 178inheritance o acquired characteristics,138–9inhibition, 32, 77–8insanity,
 see
responsibility intellectual culture, 5–6, 9International Congress o ExperimentalPsychology, 53Irish Home Rule, 112is/ought distinction 14, 104–5, 112,124–31, 177

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