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Index 650 Abelard, 165, 421 Abernathy, John, 479–80 action: vs. behavior, 3, 13–14, 15, 40, 376–77, 396, 412, 515; and being/ existence, 134, 136, 144, 238–39, 506n3, 524; Blake on, 394–95, 403; classical view of (as embodied and purposive), 85; and consequences, 441; and (rational) desire/appetite, 139–40, 147; as deliberate/interpretive/self-aware (vs. compliant/reactive), 139, 145, 180, 241, 282, 297–98, 476–77; and emotion, 80–83; and freedom, 295–96, 442, 471–73; and grace, 122, 138; and habit, 263–64, 295, 360–67; and happiness, 138, 149; hedonist/empiricist view of (Locke, Hume, et al.), 219–23, 265–66, 284–86, 295–301, 312–13; and idea, 71; and imitation, 263–64; increasingly problematic in modern thought, 3; and judgment, 97–98, 101, 295, 391; and knowledge, 79, 553; and law, 195, 217; and liberalism, 375–76, 381–82, 386, 390–91, 411; and method, 372; and moral sense theory, 271–72, 274, 277–78, 280, 282; as narratively constituted , 297–98, 308; Nietzsche on, 407; and nineteenth-century novel, 400, 410–12; as nonnegotiable/anarchic (so requiring containment), 201; and person, 215, 518, 528, 549; and practical reason, 29–30, 141, 209, 290; and (Enlightenment ideal of) progress, 324; reductionist/determinist views of, 20, 211, 286–87; and relationality, 559; and rules, 29–30; and self-interest, 235n38; and sin, 119, 125, 257, 498; as social transaction (in A. Smith), 338–45, 348–52, 355–56, 360, 371–73; and speech, 412; Stoic view of, 104–5, 336–37; vs. transaction/interaction in A. Smith, 342–43, 355, 371; and transcendence , 403; twentieth-century recovery of (in Blondel, Gehlen, Arendt), 316–18, 395–98, 423, 441, 580n40; voluntarist views of, 189, 192n16, 193, 581; voluntary vs. deliberate (in Aristotle), 87–97, 108–9; and will, 112–14, 119, 125, 138, 175, 177, 209, 220–23, 469, 471–73 Adams, Marilyn McCord, 176, 177 Addison, Joseph, 216, 249, 338, 342 Adorno, Theodor, 70, 207, 216, 245, 266, 413n89, 422, 424, 445, 459, 499, 500 Index 651 Aers, David, 120n29, 162, 173 aesthetics, 65n18; Blake on, 392–95; as determinative for ethics (in Shaftes­ bury), 239–40, 242, 253, 271, 283; and nineteenth-century rehabilitation of the image, 617–18; post-Kantian, 421 agency: and autonomy, 35, 121, 513, 578, 609; and behavioral conformity (in A. Smith), 369; de-psychologizing of (in A. Smith), 347, 354, 356, 360, 372; as efficient causation, 285; emergentist (modern) conception of, 450; and freedom as indifference (Hume), 295; and (Lockean) hedonism, 393, 440; humanistic/interpretive vs. naturalist/ reductionst/determinist, 10–17, 20, 30–31, 70–75, 80, 85, 234, 237, 326, 472–73, 477–79, 482, 541, 553–54, 586–90; and ideas, 58–59; and institutions , 402; and intention, 263; and intentionality/reflective “view,” 236, 271, 481; and interpretation, 30–31; and liberalism, 417; meliorist (liberal) views of, 224–25, 378; Murdoch, I., on, 51–52; and narrative, 254; and nineteenthcentury novel, 410–11; pessimist conception of, 378; phenomena having, 568; post-synderesis (eighteenthcentury ) views of, 231–32; and reason, 298, 515; and relationality, 513–17; and rights, 385–87, 390–92; and scientific method, 310–11, 326, 405; spiritual foundations of (in Coleridge), 468–69, 478, 529; voluntarist/nominalist views of, 163, 170–94, 198–207, 378; utopian (modern) conception of, 378, 513; and will (in Augustine, Coleridge, et al.), 112, 114, 115, 119, 123, 125–26, 128, 132, 487, 489–90, 581–82 akrasia, 336–37 Alexander the Great, 101 Alexander of Hales, 544 Alexander, Samuel, 480 Allan of Lille (Alanus ab Insulis), 543 Allen, Danielle, 89, 92 anamnēsis (Platonic idea), 41, 190, 247, 514, 605–6, 611 Anderson, Benedict, 513 Andresen, Carl, 599 Angst, 450, 454, 496, 498–99, 555, 577 Anscombe, Gertrude Elizabeth, 33, 68, 83, 212, 219, 266–67n28, 280, 313, 322, 394, 469, 594, 617 Anselm of Canterbury, Saint, 134, 140, 165, 233, 262, 548, 604 antinomianism, 201, 325, 392, 600–601 appetite: in Aristotelian psychology, 85–87, 286–87; as curiositas (Augustine, Aquinas), 157; irascible/concuscible/ sensitive (Aquinas), 136, 144; as noncognitive (Hobbes, Mandeville, Hume, et al.), 143, 193, 219–20, 253–54, 260, 297, 307; as presupposing representation , 286; rational (Aristotle, Aquinas, et al.), 91, 137, 143, 145–48; and will (in Augustine, Aquinas, et al.), 113, 143, 145–49, 533, 557 Aquinas. See Thomas Aquinas, Saint Arendt, Hannah, 40, 65, 89, 94, 112, 119, 181, 185, 187, 190, 298, 381, 393, 395–97...

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