------- THE FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS OF WESTERN METAPHYSICS by Xavier Zubiri -------- Index (S) -------



INDEX


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Saint Augustine, 67-68n, 100, 103, 130
Saint Bonaventure, 22-23, 77
Saint John of the Cross, 340
Saint Paul, 13
Saint Thomas, 36, 71-121, 123-124, 135, 139, 142, 144-145, 147, 150-152,
------177-179, 188-189, 201-202, 237, 260, 261, 295, 297, 323-324
same
---thing and knower are the s., 271
---intelligence and being are the s., 45
---the very absolute, 254, 261
sameness
---idea of s. of being, 50
---unity and s. of logos, 272
Sartre, 35
sátya, 25
Scheler, 90
Schelling, 270, 275
Schopenhauer, 338
scholastic
---s. philosophy, 91
---res as quiddity of scholastics, 114
science
---arithmetic is not science of discreet quantity, 86
---astronomy of Newton as s., 216
---s. of human knowledge, 219
---s. of being as such, 79, 105
---s. of being in motion, 85
---s. of abstract sets, 86
---s. of the diaphanous, 19-20
---s. of physical world, 171
---s. of firt principles of reason, 184
---s. of simple intelligence, 161, 176
---s. of transcendental truth, 197
---s. of vision in God, 176, 302
---s. is true knowledge, 127
---rigorous s. in Hegel, 294
---s. about the absolute, 294
---human ss. constitute wisdom, 126
---creation of new science by Kant, 207
---body of s., 127
---factum of s., 197
---geometry is not s. of continuous quantity, 86
---intrinsic condition of s. and object, 126
---Kant does not refer to positive s., 197
---logic as s. of logos, 276-277
---mathematics is not s. of quantity, 85-86
---metaphysics as strict s. of reason, 185
---general metaphysics as absolute s., 294
---methodology of ss., 197
---level of s., 337
---dragged by clarity to metaphysics as s., 29
---secure way of s., 186
---theology as divine s., 80
---theory of s., 188, 197
---types of s., 302
Science of Logic, 251-252, 263, 270, 273, 281
scientia, 84, 112
---s. prima cognitionis humanae principia continens, 174
---s. visionis, 302
scientific
---s. hypothesis, 286
---s. influence of Leibniz, 173
---theory of s. knowledge, 197
---s. truth by transcendental truth, 202
---s. truth is dubitable, 127
Scotus, 113, 118
search
---s. for ultimate causes, 80
---s. for the diaphanous, 29
---s. for that “which is”, 53
---s. for the radical ultimateness of things, 322
---s. for truths, 152
---s. characteristic of reason, 344
---reason is s., 343
Selbstbewusstsein, 264
second
---s. philosophy, 81
---s. concept of dialectic, 282
---s. moment of otherness, 331
---s. type of abstraction, 85
---s. substance, 61-62
Seele, 308
Sein und Seiendes, 91
Selbsttätigkeit, 267
self-consciousness
---conscience as s., 234-266
---domain of s., 265
---object of s., 265
Semitic languages, 92
sens, 25
sensation
---intelligibility of set of ss. and perceptions, 216
---level of s., 337
sensibility
---given in s., 329
sensible
---s. affection, 191
---s. quantity in physics, 85
---transcendental condition of every s. manifestation, 215
---s. contents in the impression of man, 222
---structure of s. world, 286
---s. experience, 215
---s. impression/s, 332-333
---s. intuition, 191-192, 194, 213-214
---s. manifestation, 215
---world of s. objects, 220
---s. world, 242, 286, 303
---order of s. manifestations, 215
---s. perception/s, 215, 330, 333, 339, 345
---s. reality, 84
---system of s. objects,
---s. substance, 85
sensitive
---s. order, 224
---s. way, 214
sense / s
---the way of the ss., 214
---act of the ss., 66
---multiplicity of the ss., 342
---objects of the ss., 221
---s. of touch, 340
---transcendental s., 149, 179, 211, 217
---many ss. of being, 57, 59, 63
---ss. as analyzers of reality, 342
---ss. of the ón, 57-58n
sensed
---system of s. objects, 215
sensing
---act of s., 329
---condition of pure s. in animal and man, 331
---specific contents of intelligence and s., 336
---domain of s., 214
---phenomenon of s., 334
---function of s., 329
---idea of s., 329
---modes of intellective s., 341
---human s., 335
---intellective s., 339-342
---pure s., 334
sentient
---act of s. intellection, 335, 338-339
---unitary act of s. intellection, 339
---concept of s. intelligence, 335
---s. way, 339
---s. intellection, 222, 336, 345
---s. intelligence, 329, 334, 336, 341-345
---s. intellectualization, 339
---s. way, 341
sentiment
---s. of duty, 225
---irrational s., 236
separated
---dialectic of s. ideas, 325
---gods are s. substances, 79
---s. existence, 192
---s. substance/s, 62, 65, 80
---s. substance, 98
set
---science of structures of abstract ss., 86
---s. of beings as natura naturata, 305
---ss. of functions, 86
---s. of polynomials, 86
---univocal criterion for definition of s., 86
---intelligibility of s. of sensations and perceptions, 216
---world as greatest s. of compatible essences among themselves, 169
---s. theory, 172
---topology of ss., 172
Shankara, 12
should
---domain of the be-as it should, 230
---order of what should be, 231
Sie sind eine und die selbe Vernunft, 245
simple
---science of s. intelligence, 161, 176
---s. things, 165
---s. intelligence, 302
---s. intelligence of God, 176
---s. principles, 209
single
---s. and unitary order, 164
---s. transcendental order, 245
---s. primordial being, 242
singuli, 304
skepticism, 197
social
---s. conscience, 308
Socrates, 56, 61-63, 93
Socratic
---S. circle, 17
something
---something (Sp. aliquidad) is transcendental characteristic of created being, 178
---conversion of truth with something (Sp. aliquidad)., 254
---s. is thing, 114, 139-140
---s. true is first transcendental, 139
---conversion of s. with entity, 138-140, 165, 179
---God is not s., 114
---objects with conditions to be s. given, 220
---objective order is s. created by God, 142, 148
---clear and distinct perception is s., 138-139, 148
---result of conceptivation of s., 272
---to be s., 52, 76, 90. 94, 100, 115, 142, 327
---to be s. is transcendental characteristic of being, 95
---to be s. is transcendental, 95, 114
---subject as constitution of s. by predicates, 260
---every being is s., 94-95
---every being is s. other, 94
sophía, 126
Sophist, 51, 93
Sophists, 54
sonticus, 25
soul
---s. as transcendent being, 221
---s. as unconditioned totality, 218
---s. is all things, 95, 119
---knowledge about s., 237
---God in the soul, 340
---subjective spirit is s., 307-308
---idea of s., 218, 220, 239
---idea of s. is immanent to knowledge, 219
---immortality of soul, 233-234, 236, 238
---intellect of s., 22
space
---analysis of s., 172
---transcendental conditions of time and s., 224
---concatenation of causes in time and s., 230
---time and s. are a priori, 215, 303
---time and s. are conditions of possibility for the object, 214
---morality rules over conditions of time and s., 224, 232
---order of time and s., 224
---parts of s., 303
species
---preservation of s., 314
---human s., 35, 87, 93, 332
---subordinate ss., 89
---being of s. or category, 57n
---ultimate s., 325
---unity of s., 93
specific
---ss. contents of intelligence and sensing, 336
---ss. contents of reality, 344
---impression of reality transcends s. content, 345
speculative
---theoretical and s. knowledge, 238
---s. cosmology, 220
---criticism of s. metaphysics, 221
---s. interest, 283, 343
---s. metaphysics, 221, 239
---s. transcendent metaphysics, 282
---s. mysticism, 108
---s. proposition, 259-260, 278, 280
---s. psychology, 220
---s. reason, 220, 228, 232-233, 235-236, 242, 344
---s. reasoning, 229, 244
---s. theology, 220
sphaíra, (sphere), 47
Spinoza
---Hegel opposes S., 306
spirit
---absolute process of s., 267
---accidents of objective s., 309
---actuosity of s., 267
---appearance of objective s., 309
---categories of temporal s., 310-311
---concept of objective s., 312, 314
---consciousness of absolute s., 309
---concretion of absolute s. by mediation, 299
---mediated conformation of concretion of absolute s., 318
---course of objective s., 314
---concrete determinations of absolute s., 315
---determinations of objective s., 309
---dialectic of objective s. of Hegel, 309
---dialectic of infinitude of absolute s., 299
---internal dialectic of objective s., 309
---in quiescence objective s. would be dead nature, 310
---entry if s. into itself, 307
---absolute essence of s., 319
---absolute s., 274, 294-303, 306-309, 311-312, 315-316, 319
---absolute s. is pure actuosity, 317
---s. appears in different forms of conscience, 267
---s. as concept of itself, 267
---s. of God, 294, 318
---s. of man, 181
---s. of peoples, 310
---finite s., 294-295, 301, 306-307, 318
---human s., 162, 217, 303
---subjective s., 313, 316
---subjective s. is soul, 307-308
---universal s., 309, 311, 316
---living s., 268
---living s. of the real, 269
---objective s./ss., 307-314, 316
---dialectic structure of objective s., 309
---intuiting structure of human s., 303
---evolution of s., 307
---exposition of the s. of God, 290
---exteriority is alienation of s., 306
---exteriorization of absolute s. is alienation, 298
---philosophy of s., 301
---philosophy of s. of Hegel, 309
---objective form of s., 309
---forms of objective s., 310
---manifestation by alienation of absolute s., 309
---immanent metaphysics of s., 240
---structural moment of s., 304
---intrinsic moment of objective s., 314
---natural death of the s. of a people, 310
---world of s., 239
---temporal process of objective s., 309
---reason of concept of objective s., 312
---reality of absolute s., 295
---realization of absolute s., 298
---supreme configurations of s., 316
state
---s. of motion, 85
---animated ss., 218
stimulation
---s. in the animal, 331-332, 334-335
---order of pure ss., 334
stimulus
---real s., 332
---order of ss., 334
stoicheîa / on, 49
Stoics, 84
structural
---s. characteristics of reason, 289
---s. type of dialectic motion, 289
---internal and s. dialectic, 308
---s. stepping march of reason, 290
---s. moment of concept, 277
---s. moment of spirit, 304
---s. moment of reality, 277
structure
---science of s. of abstract sets, 86
---conceptual s. of contraction, 89
---conceptual s. of division, 89
---s. of entity, 66, 170
---s. of judgement, 209
---s. of légein, 271
---s. of metaphysics, 29
---s. of conceptivizing motion is dialectic, 282
---s. of sensible world, 286
---s. of ón, 271
---s. of philosophical thinking, 324
---s. of reality, 158
---s. of transcendentality, 33
---dialectic s., 296
---dialectic s. of objective spirit, 309
---formal s. of creation, 296
---formal s. of reason, 274
---formal s. of truth, 255
---internal s. of transcendental order, 268
---internal s. of reason, 240, 270, 274
---intuiting s. of human spirit, 303
---objective s. of judging, 205
---rational s., 186-187, 203
---radical s. of things, 247
---transcendental s., 124
---ultimate and radical s., 293
Suárez, 114, 156-157, 159, 174, 180, 203, 257, 293
Suarezians, 174
sub, 192-193
subject
---formal act of s., 258
---content of concept of s., 195, 259
---things unfoldable as ss. and attributes, 67
---impression as affection of s., 221, 330, 333
---uncertainty of knowing s., 248
---position of s., 317
---predicate determines s. in its internal characteristics, 260
---properties of s., 215
---reality of s., 280
---requisites of s., 165, 204
---being of s., 59
---s. as constitution of something by predicates, 260
---s. of motion, 60
---s. of conceptivizing thinking, 280
---s. of predication, 60
---thinking s., 205
---primary s., 76
---real and effective s., 192
---substance as s., 60
subjective
---appearing of s. world, 292
---s. concept, 292-293
---domain of the s., 308
---s. spirit, 313, 316
---s. spirit is soul, 307-308
---phenomenon is not s. appearance, 214
---s. form, 292
---rational product of s. thinking, 317
---s. reason/s, 277, 311-312, 314
---s. representations, 211
---s. synthesis of representations, 195
---unity of the objective and the s., 270, 275
---s. unity, 205
subjectivity
---pure s., 252
---transcendental s., 203
subjectum / a, 59-61, 192-193, 203
---s. reale, 193
subsistent
---s. entity, 120
---s. transcendental order, 114
substance
---s. as subject, 60
---s. consists in being, 47
---first s., 61
---second s., 61-62
---sensible s., 85
---separated s., 98
---independent ss., 192
---God is supreme s., 79
---gods are separated ss., 79
---idea of s., 59
---cosmic motions emerge from the ss., 73
---first ss., 65
---perfect s., 73
---first s., 72
---separated s./ss., 62, 65, 80
substantia, 59
substantial
---s. form, 35, 61
substratum, 34, 317
succession
---arguments mounted on s. to explain world, 244
---temporal s., 228-230
suchness
---being beyond any s., 26
sufficient
---order of s. reason, 166
---principle of s. reason, 166-167, 174,
---s. reason, 194
Summa Theologica, 103nn, 107n, 117n
Summum Ens, 124
supernatural
---s. reasons, 175
supreme
---cause of s. good, 241
---God is ultimate and s. cause, 98
---Supreme Entity, 143, 149
---ss. genera, 88-89
---light of s. being, 23
---s. reason for the ideas, 287
---s. wisdom, 17
---s. abstraction, 90
---s. concretion in Hegel, 325
---s. nature, 241
---s. ontological perfection, 242
---s. publicity of the conceived, 319
---s. configurations of the spirit, 316
Swedenborg, 220
sumploké, 61
synthesis
---Hegelian ascension is not s., 287
---transcendental characteristic of s., 199
---fullness of the origin of s., 289
---a priori s. of the given and the categories, 225
---s. of Hegel, 286, 288
---s. of Kant, 287, 335
---s. of the categorial and the phenomenal, 213, 335
---s. of thesis and antithesis, 288
---deductive s., 286
---logical s., 195
---s. is not conclusion, 286
---objective s., 195, 335
---originating s., 309, 315
---originative and originating s., 288
---originative and starting s., 288
---s. through association, 288
---psychological s., 195
---subjective s. of representations, 195
---transcendental s., 215, 228, 236
---transcendental s. of categories and morality, 231
---unitary s., 200, 215
---unitary syntheses in fact, 196
---unity of s., 287
synthetic
---s. action of understanding, 203
---s. action of judging, 210
---a priori s. knowledge, 209
---s. judgements a priori, 197, 223
---s. reason of Kant, 287
---s. unity a priori, 196
---s. originative unity, 288
---s. truth, 195
system
---concept as s., 295
---conceptive s., 295
---s. of concepts, 104, 185, 217, 219, 268, 295
---s. of creation and obturation of possibilities, 313
---s. of individuations, 304
---s. of laws, 305
---s. of metaphysics, 345
---s. of objects, 216
---s. of sensible objects, 215
---s. of perceptions, 216
---s. of predicates, 280
---totality of experience subjected to s. of categories, 219



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