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Abelard, Peter, 5556, 59, 7072, 87, 9293, 95

Abraham, Karl, 261263

Action, concept of: in Greek antiquity, 59, 6466, 6869

Adorno, Theodor W., 377

Aelred of Rievaulx, 90, 95

Agricola, Georgius, 44, 46, 52, 55, 188

Albert of Saxony, 91

Alcover, Madeleine, 252

Analytico-referentiality, 2930, 3440, 4647, 161, 201, 212, 223224, 354385; criticism of, 190, 192193, 328350; definitions of, 3132, 4144, 215216, 330; difficulty of communicating, 114115, 214215, 232234; identity of nature, reason, and discourse in, 31, 3536, 4042, 54, 277282, 290291, 328329, 345; passage out of patterning discourse, 5052, 76, 96107, 139, 146149, 156165, 196197, 302304, 359362; in Robinson Crusoe, 304327; temporal limits of: evidence in specific writers, 26, 34, 37, 95, 96, 159160, 167, 343; discussion of, 199200, 239, 351385. See also Bacon, Francis; Descartes; Discourse; Euclideanism; Experimentalism; Kepler; Patterning discourse; Scientific discourse; Telescope

Andreae, Johann Valentin, 171, 174175, 177, 180181, 187, 196

Anima. See Operator

Anscombe, G. E. M., 66

Anselm of Canterbury, St., 5556, 59, 70, 82, 9293, 95

Aquinas, St. Thomas, 2223, 55, 6768, 7275, 8384, 95, 107, 355

Aristotle, 5556, 60, 84, 91, 150, 204; Campanella on, 172; De Anima, 61, 63; Eudemian Ethics, 62, 68; Nicho-machian Ethics, 6566; Peri hermeneias, 59, 83; Poetics, 62, 65; Posterior Analytics, 59, 61; Ramus on, 33; Ry-mer on, 39; Topics, 66; on will, 6264

Ascham, Roger, 21, 131

Augustine of Hippo, St., 55, 58, 73, 132, 319; City of God, 88, 89; Confessions, 70, 82, 87, 89; De magistro, 60, 72, 8182, 89; De Trinitate, 60, 7172, 8790; importance in Middle Ages, 2223, 88; On Christian Doctrine, 77, 80; On Lying, 85; signs and knowledge in, 5961, 79, 8183, 8589. See also God; Meaning; Self

Authority of enunciation, 311, 320. See also Discourse, and mastery; Father; Occultation; Power; Self; Subject of enunciation

Bachelard, Gaston, 41, 163, 231, 256; on myth in literature, 150151, 158, 196197, 261, 263264, 274

Bacon, Francis, Lord Verulam, 23, 34, 39, 52, 114, 165, 351; Advancement of Learning, 195, 201225; De augmentis scientiarum, 30, 305306; De sapientia veterum, 263; Discursive fiat in, 205, 216, 222 (see also Hobbes); Essays, 203; and experimentalism, 198228, 233234, 237, 244, 290, 328; Filum labyrinthi, 141, 195; and Galileo, 226229, 237238, 242, 372; and Hobbes, 203204; imposition of enunciating subject, 189, 259, 303; invention of analytico-referentiality, 3031, 4546, 54, 169, 370379 (see also Descartes; Galileo; Hobbes); and Machiavelli, 112, 193194, 206207, 215; New Atlantis, 111113, 137, 153, 171, 180190, 193198, 203, 222, 247; New Organon, 45, 180, 198225, 326; Redargutio philosophiarum, 208, 214215; Temporis partus mas-culus, 218221. See also Analytico-referentiality; Experimentalism; Knowledge; Language; Money; Spedding; Truth

Bacon, Roger, 91

Barthes, Roland, 29, 325, 359

Beaujour, Michel, 25

Bernard of Clairvaux, St., 90, 94

Biringuccio, Vannoccio, 4445

Blanchet, Léon, 172173

Bloch, Marc, 22, 105

Bloomfield, Leonard, 40, 226

Boccaccio, Giovanni, 80

Boileau-Despréaux, Nicholas, 3941

Borgerhoff, E. B. O., 39

Borges, Jorge Luis, 175, 277, 279, 291, 351

Bouchard, Donald F., 225, 383384

Bouhours, le père Dominique, 282

Bradwardine, Thomas, 91

Brecht, Bertolt, 353

Brémond, Claude, 238

Bruno, Giordano, 2324, 52, 168170, 173174, 177178, 195, 262

Budé, Guillaume, 111, 133

Burckhardt, Jacob, 56

Buridan, Jean, 91

Burtt, Edwin Arthur, 238

Campanella, Tommaso, 52, 168169, 172173, 201, 224; as character in Cyrano’s Soleil, 230, 232, 256259, 275, 289292; The City of the Sun, 113, 153, 169172, 174183, 190, 194198, 231. See also Patterning discourse

Carroll, Lewis, 381382

Casaubon, Meric, 192193

Caspar, Max, 144, 148

Cassirer, Ernst, 28, 49, 142, 160

Causality, 38, 50, 212, 221, 352; as special case in patterning, 44, 141142

Cave, Terence, 35, 92, 106, 138139

Chanson de Roland, La, 7475, 84, 101

Charlemagne, 22, 9899; in La Chanson de Roland, 74, 84

Chaucer, Geoffrey, 75, 101, 149

Chomsky, Noam, 36, 283, 380381

Chrétien de Troyes, 101

Cioranescu, Alexandre, 111, 171, 180181, 187

Class of discourse, 2224, 2932, 37, 251, 304, 348349. 354355. See also Analytico-referentiality; Discourse, theoretical model; Mediation, discourse of; Patterning discourse

Cogito, 28, 31, 33, 149, 195. See also Descartes; Telescope

Coke, Sir Edward, 96, 103

Colish, Marcia, 8183

Conception, mode of, 2122. See also Bachelard; Class of discourse

Condillac, Eitenne Bonnot de, 40, 356, 362

Contract, concept of, 100, 102, 206, 319. See also Exchange; Individualism

Contradiction (discursive), 100102, 106, 128, 197; in feudalism, 100; between process and entropy, 171172, 216, 359360, 373; process and entropy in Kepler, 159162; process and entropy in More, 111, 113, 127; between self and objectivity, 127; solution in Bacon, 213218, 360; between visible and occulted, 108. See also More, discursive opposition in

Copernicus, Nicholas, 43, 4546, 241242; Copernican system, 140, 172173; on money, 129

Cornford, Francis Macdonald, 355

Craig, Sir Thomas, 102

Cranz, F. Edward, 57, 59, 62, 65, 6870, 7374, 79, 92

Cremonini, Cesare, 344, 370371

Cromwell, Oliver, 192

Crowley, J. Donald, 297

Culler, Jonathan, 47

Curtius, Ernst Robert, 56, 94

Cusanus, Nicolaus, 25, 52, 92, 242

Cyrano de Bergerac, Savinien, 3738, 156157, 164165, 181, 186, 223224, 303; experimentalism in, 229260, 247, 275276, 312; and Galileo, 228232, 237238, 240243, 255; and language, 283293, 381; and myth, 261276; Voyages, 111, 229293, 325, 332. See also Analytico-referentiality; Bacon, Francis; Experimentalism; Meaning; Money; Myth

Dante Alighieri, 56, 80, 84, 89, 97, 101, 319

Darwin, Charles, 358, 363

Defoe, Daniel, 38, 293; Robinson Crusoe, 111, 113, 137, 223, 294327, 330, 380381. See also Analytico-referentiality; Father; Money; Occultation (of authority; of enunciating subject)

De Foigny, Gabriel, 283

De Jean, Joan, 260

Delany, Paul, 189

Deleuze, Gilles, 307, 382

Derrida, Jacques, 29, 56, 121124, 384; critique of analytico-referenti-ality, 42, 293, 330, 378; on Freud, 364, 371373, 375

De Santillana, Giorgio, 172173

Descartes, René, 23, 39, 5556, 61, 73; as character in Cyrano’s Soleil, 256260, 275, 289, 292; Discours de la méthode, 7374, 141, 149, 183, 222223, 279; invention of analytico-referentiality, 3436, 42, 206, 215, 328 (see also Bacon, Francis; Galileo; Hobbes); on language, 279283, 286287, 345346; Les passions de l’âme, 90, 189, 203; Principes de la philosophie, 159; Regulae ad direc-tionem ingenii, 3435; Traité de l’homme, 35; Traité du monde, 3536, 140, 236, 278, 280281, 368. See also Analytico-referentiality; Cogito

Detective novel, 38, 238239. See also Literature

Dickens, Charles, 239, 352353, 362

Diodati, Elia, 242

Diodorus Siculus, 63, 107

Discourse: as concrete practices, 2223, 96101, 384385; as concrete practices producing theoretical model, 100101; crisis in, 23, 26, 3031, 45, 92, 96104, 108, 159160, 201; Galilean model, 227232, 237236, 255256; general definition of, 2731; and mastery, 111, 216218, 223, 232233, 305308; and naming, 35, 116, 219, 284287, 307308, 334; as network, 5862, 74; promise and vow in, 113114, 125; relation of, 2930, 303304; theologico-theocratic model of, 23, 91, 9495, 97, 99100, 127; theoretical model, 2223, 9697, 99100, 384385. See also Analytico-referentiality; Class of discourse; Dominance; Foucault; Mediation, discourse of; Patterning discourse; entries for individual authors analyzed

Dodds, E. R., 66

Dominance (discursive), 2223, 26, 74, 91, 100, 170, 256260, 350; accession to, 3031, 3738, 52, 106109, 165, 225, 385; accession by occultation, 189190, 223; relation of emergent and residual elements in, 74, 225. See also Analytico-referentiality (passage out of patterning discourse; temporal limits of); Class of discourse; Discourse (entries for models of); Episteme; Occultation

Dostoevsky, Fyodor, 109, 239

Drake, Sir Francis, 182184, 186, 190

Dryden, John, 39, 108, 200

Duby, Georges, 2223, 86, 101102

Dumézil, Georges, 50, 145, 148

Du Moulin, Pierre, 192193

Durkheim, Emile, 135

Earle, Peter, 314, 317, 326

Ehrmann, Jacques, 336, 338

Einstein, Albert, 329

Elbaz, Robert, 71

Eliade, Mircea, 21, 151, 157, 163, 166, 265266, 269, 272

Elliott, Robert, 109

Else, Gerald, 62, 68, 81, 83

Engels, Friedrich, 164, 170

Episteme, 2223, 26, 100, 171, 330332. See also Analytico-referentiality; Class of discourse; Discourse; Mediation, discourse of; Patterning discourse

Erasmus, Desiderius, 73, 92, 111

Estienne, Henri, 131

Eucharist, 122123; in Abelard, 7172; in William of Ockham, 93

Euclideanism, 109, 127, 132134, 328332, 352. See also Analytico-referentiality; Experimentalism; Swift

Exchange: in Bacon (scientific knowledge), 224; discursive, 30, 36; in More, 134. See also Contract; Individualism; Money; Society

Experimentalism, 30, 34, 96, 165, 188, 202203, 223224, 273, 333. See also Analytico-referentiality; Bacon, Francis; Cyrano de Bergerac; Detective novel

Fabri, Pierre, 116, 123, 357

Farrington, Benjamin, 204

Father (discursive authority), 263, 379; in Bacon, 216222; in Robinson Crusoe, 294, 297299, 311312; in Utopia, 121124, 127, 138; in Voyage à la lune, 259260. See also Discourse, and mastery; Self; Subject of enunciation

Feudalism, 23, 96105; in More, 117

Fiat (discursive). See Bacon, Francis; Hobbes

Firpo, Luigi, 169, 173

Fontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier de, 73, 242

Foscarini, Paolo Antonio, 242

Foucault, Michel, 37, 69, 77, 161, 175, 186; on discourse, 2729, 36, 41, 186. See also Episteme

François I of France, 105

Frege, Gottlob, 2526, 9596, 167, 190, 239, 278, 363, 372. See also Telescope

Freud, Sigmund, 26, 330, 358, 360, 362377, 380; Civilization and Its Discontents, 369; Delusions and Dreams in Jensens ‘Gradiva’, 166; on dreams, 150151, 166167; The Future of an Illusion, 366, 369, 377, 380; as hypostatization of discursive history, 167, 373377; Interpretation of Dreams, 150151, 167, 363372; Moses and Monotheism, 358; Outline of Psycho-analysis, 365; Project for a Scientific Psychology, 365, 367368, 371; Totem and Taboo, 358, 369370. See also Derrida; Galileo; Hobbes; Telescope

Gace Brulé, 75, 101

Galileo Galilei, 3334, 45, 52, 91, 183; and Campanella, 172; Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems, 166167, 240242, 262; and Freud, 363, 369372; invention of analytico-referentiality, 2326, 36, 3942, 169, 303 (see also Bacon, Francis; Descartes; Hobbes); method of, 202203, 218, 237238, 259, 328; Saggiatore, 209; Sidereus nuncius, 2526, 189, 196. See also Analytico-referentiality; Bacon, Francis; Cyrano de Bergerac; Discourse (Galilean model; theoretical model); Experimentalism; Telescope

Ganshof, F. L., 98100, 105

Gassendi, Pierre, 242, 251

Gilbert, William, 24, 45

Gilson, Etienne, 5657, 7273

Gimpel, Jean, 104

Glanvill, Joseph, 192

God: in Abelard, 7172; in Anselm, 70; in Aquinas, 67; in Augustine, 60, 70, 8183, 9394; Bruno (and Campanella), 169, 174179; in La Chanson de Roland, 7475; in Cyrano’s (and Pascal’s) wager, 252255; in Robinson Crusoe, 298300, 306, 322325; and society, 86; in the Somnium, 142, 159; in Stoicism, 7879; in Utopia, 121126; in William of Ockham, 9394

Godwin, Francis, 286

Gravel, Pierre, 62

Grosseteste, Robert, 91

Guiducci, Mario, 34

Gurwitsch, Aron, 140

Hacking, Ian, 37, 4344, 160, 209, 217, 226, 250254

Haidu, Peter, 94, 101102

Hanson, Norwood, 227

Harrington, James, 102103

Harth, Erica, 242

Harvey, William, 24, 4546

Haskins, Charles Homer, 56

Haydn, Hiram, 52, 192, 385

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 224, 358359

Hegemony, 29, 56, 76. See also Dominance

Heisenberg, Werner, 344, 366

Helmholtz, Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von, 34, 200

Hendrikx, Father E., 8889

Henry VIII of England, 105

Hexter, J. H., 137

Hill, Christopher, 103, 183, 189, 192, 206

Hinderliter, Roger H., 23, 129

History: invention of linear concept of, 148, 221223

Hobbes, Thomas, 23, 242, 337, 351; De Cive, 189; Fiat in, 136, 205, 222 (see also Bacon, Francis); and Freud, 365, 369; invention of analytico-referentiality, 3940, 105, 200203, 357358 (see also Bacon, Francis; Descartes; Galileo); Leviathan, 195, 222, 360; power in, 138, 303, 374375; on probability, 38, 251, 352. See also Individualism; Self

Holt, J. C., 97

Hundred Years’ War, 104105

Hunter, J. Paul, 295

Husserl, Edmund, 42, 56

Imbert, Claude, 7879, 90, 95

Individualism: economic, 295296, 303, 375; lack of concept in Middle Ages, 6975, 8687, 95; possessive, 127128, 319: in Descartes, 189, 303; in Hobbes, 138, 189, 303; in Machiavelli, 111112, 138. See also Contract; Discourse, and mastery; Power; Self

Interpretation, 25, 3133, 41, 7677; in Kepler, 142, 159. See also Myth; Patterning discourse

Isidore of Seville, 7677

Jardine, Lisa, 204

John of Jandun, 73, 104

John of Salisbury, 70, 75, 7879, 84, 87

Johnston, Arthur, 187

Jolivet, Jean, 71

Jones, Richard Foster, 24, 192

Joyce, James, 239, 319, 378

Jung, Carl Gustav, 155156, 159, 262264, 275; method of, 4850, 150151, 163, 166

Kahler, Erich, 77, 86, 94

Kemeny, John J., 227

Kenny, Anthony, 6263, 6568, 81, 83

Kepler, Johannes, 3033, 4355, 140168, 174, 178179, 190191, 363; analytico-referentiality part of patterning in, 141143, 152, 155, 379380; Astronomia nova, 141, 191; Harmonice mundi, 142, 144, 163, 201, 227; Mysterium cosmograph-icum, 140141, 143, 163; Rodolphine Tables, 143; Somnium, 107, 143162, 171, 197198, 256, 270273, 304, 329. See also Analytico-referentiality, passage out of patterning discourse; Interpretation; Operator; Patterning discourse

Knowledge, 30, 32, 37, 46, 225, 360; in Bacon, 141, 195197, 201, 205206, 208224, 226227, 237; in Campanella, 175178, 194; in Cyrano de Bergerac, 237238, 245; in Greek antiquity, 5962, 194195; in Middle Ages, 70; in Robinson Crusoe, 301, 304306, 312313. See also Analytico-referentiality; Augustine; Truth; Will

Knowles, David, 93

Koestler, Arthur, 142, 148

Kristeller, Paul Oskar, 56, 6364

Lacan, Jacques, 371372

La Mothe Le Vayer, François de, 212

Language, 2729, 31, 36, 4041, 145, 276293, 306308; in Bacon, 202203, 208212; in Gulliver’s Trav-els, 339341, 343344; and society in Middle Ages, 8386; in Utopia, 130133. See also Cyrano de Bergerac; Descartes; Discourse; Locke; Meaning; Signs

Laplace, Pierre-Simon, marquis de, 200, 212, 352

Las Casas, Bartolomé de, 189, 191

Lautréamont, Isidore Ducasse, called comte de, 352353

Lavoisier, Antoine-Laurent, 42, 362

Lear, John, 143, 148

Leff, Gordon, 9194

Legitimization, 220222, 302303, 306308, 322326, 342. See also Occultation; Self; Truth

Lévi-Strauss, Claude, 4142, 86, 143, 155, 201, 330; on mythical thought, 30, 36, 4652, 69, 145, 162163

Literature (type of analytico-referential discourse), 3841, 138, 227; misreading of, 383384; novel as, 113114, 238239, 331332; in Utopia, 124, 136. See also Detective novel

Locke, John, 38, 42, 253254, 303, 374376; on language and concepts, 34, 278, 284, 286, 361362, 381

Logical atomism, 209213, 223, 376377

Lopez, Robert S., 104

Louis I, the Pious, Holy Roman Emperor, 86

Lovejoy, Arthur O., 73, 94, 100

Luther, Martin, 92, 105

Lying: in Augustine, 85; in More, 114115; in Russell, 360, 376377; in Swift, 341344

Macaulay, Thomas Babington, Lord, 308, 357, 362

Mach, Ernst, 328329

Macherey, Pierre, 294295, 310, 325

Machiavelli, Niccolò, 73, 100, 102106, 193, 205207, 368369; The Prince, 111113. See also Bacon, Francis

Magellan, Ferdinand, 172, 181182, 190

Magna Carta, 9697, 99

Marin, Louis, 184

Marsilius of Padua, 55, 73, 97, 104105

Marx, Karl, 164, 170, 224; as mark of discursive limits, 101, 200, 239, 353, 384385

Mastery. See Discourse; Power; Self

Material (of discourse): definition of, 2930; myth as, 46, 48, 145, 151, 319; themes as, 303304. See also Cyrano de Bergerac; Kepler; Myth

Mauss, Marcel, 135

Meaning, 28, 389; absence of, 108, 111113, 116, 121123, 138, 216, 333; in Aquinas, 83; in Augustine, 60, 8183, 8590; in Cyrano de Bergerac, 233, 292293; difficulty in patterning, 47; and reference, 29, 31, 121122, 211212, 277278; in Tesauro, 27; in William of Ockham, 9192. See also Analytico-referen-tiality; Discourse; Language; Sign; Truth

Mediation: discourse of, 29, 77, 96; multiplication of levels of, 116123, 357359; in Stoicism, 78; in Utopia, 112, 122138; between words and referents, 116, 215. See also Meaning and reference; Truth

Medieval criticism, 33, 7981, 149, 169170

Mersenne, le père Marin, 279280, 345346

Metaphor, 2627, 28, 31; compass, 24; voyage of discovery, 31, 181185, 188189, 236237, 296297. See also Bacon, Francis; Cyrano de Bergerac; Money; Swift; Telescope

Michelet, Jules, 56

Middle Ages, 2223, 5561, 69107. See also Individualism, lack of concept in Middle Ages; Medieval criticism; Patterning discourse; entries for individual authors

Mill, John Stuart, 330331

Milton, John, 192193, 224225, 384

Model. See Discourse

Molière, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, 352

Money: in Cyrano de Bergerac, 288; as mediation, in Utopia, 124, 129130, 134; in mercantilism, 129, 138; as metaphor, in Bacon, 208, 211; in Robinson Crusoe, 316319. See also Copernicus

Monk, Samuel, 345

Montaigne, Michel Eyquem de, 131, 139, 342343, 383; against empire, 189, 191192; discursive movement in, 67, 92, 116

Montesquieu, Charles-Louis de Secondat, baron de, 168, 357358

Moore, John Robert, 295296

More, Sir Thomas, 92, 168, 214215; absence of mediation in, 41, 175176; Dialogue of Comfort, 354, 384; discursive opposition in, 25, 101, 197198: Utopia, 107139, 153, 171, 180, 355356. See also Father; God; Language; Literature; Mediation; Money

Morris, Colin, 42, 57, 6971, 73, 8687, 90, 123, 355

Mottelay, P. Fleury, 24

Myth, 77, 145, 160, 171; in Cyrano de Bergerac, 230231, 240, 245247, 261276; in Kepler, 150164; Prometheus, 250, 261268, 272275, 354, 374. See also Bachelard; Lévi-Strauss; Material; Patterning discourse

Naming. See Discourse

Newton, Sir Isaac, 40, 54

Nicolson, Marjorie, 147148

Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 47

Norris, John, 376

Novak, Maximillian E., 295296, 310

Occultation, 28, 320, 335, 341349, 360362; of act of acquisition, 218219, 321322, 326; of authority and mastery, 189190, 296297, 302, 305306, 318322, 326; of concrete practices, 101; of empiricism, 205206; of intention to possess, 310, 318, 326; of previously dominant discourse, 53, 97, 165; of secrecy, 189190. See also Dominance; Legitimization; Self

Ong, Walter J., 25

Operator (in patterning discourse), 86; anima (pneuma), 75, 8689, 91, 127, 176178, 319, 354; Great Chain of Being, 94, 100, 175, 354; in Kepler, 150151, 153, 155, 158159, 161163

Oresme, Nicole, 91, 242

Ozment, Steven E., 60, 104, 106

Palsgrave, John, 116, 123, 131, 357

Panaccio, Claude, 82

Panofsky, Erwin, 56, 79

Paracelsus the Great (Aureolus Philip-pus Theophrastus Bombast von Hohenheim), 3233, 36, 4246, 5256, 60, 160, 188

Paris, Jean, 25, 35

Pascal, Biaise, 38, 183184, 196, 242, 250, 252254

Pater, Walter, 56

Patterning discourse, 3033, 41, 4647, 49, 114, 165; in Bruno and Campanella, 173181, 194195; def-initions of, 3536, 4244, 4952, 141143, 354; difficulty of defining and incommensurability with analytico-referentiality, 4648, 5354, 119121, 145146, 164, 256, 360361; end of, 108, 114, 148149, 165166, 179180, 239240, 262263, 377380; in Greek antiquity, 6869; in Kepler, 141, 144147, 150, 155, 163166; in Middle Ages, 77, 9091, 9495, 100, 106. See also Analytico-referentiality; Interpretation; More; Operator; Paracelsus; Rabelais

Pauli, Wolfgang, 142143

Peirce, Charles Sanders, 9596, 167, 190191, 200, 239, 353, 381382

Petrarch, Francesco, 84, 92

Petty, Sir William, 200, 203, 303

Plato, 57, 5960, 126127, 153, 204205, 217, 288, 319; Charmides, 123, 355; Critias, 110, 175; Laws, 110; Meno, 61; Phaedrus, 121; and Platonism, 6364, 79, 87; in Ramus, 3233, 96; Republic, 110, 194196; Timaeus, 110

Pocock, J. G. A., 102103

Poole, Roger, 86

Pope, Alexander, 39, 309, 373374

Popper, Karl, 164, 170

Port-Royal, logical and grammatical work of, 36, 42, 250, 259, 277278, 282

Power, 165, 225, 299, 301, 349; in Machiavelli, 111112; as will and possession, 36. See also Discourse, and mastery; Dominance; Hobbes; Individualism; Knowledge; Responsibility of enunciation; Self

Probability theory, 3738, 250255; in Locke, 38

Process and entropy. See Contradiction

Promise. See Discourse

Rabelais, François, 25, 3536, 41, 46, 52, 55, 92, 319

Racine, Jean, 135

Raimondi, Ezio, 27

Ralegh, Sir Walter, 103, 138, 182184, 189190, 193, 218

Ramus, Petrus (Pierre de la Ramée), 25, 3233, 96, 131, 140. See also Aristotle

Reference. See Meaning

Reiss, Timothy J., 23, 129; on discursive limits, 9697, 164, 383; on invention of analytico-referentiality, 26, 38, 40, 62, 186

Responsibility of enunciation: concept of, 34; disappearance of, 42, 227228, 318. See also Occultation; Self

Rihs, Charles, 175

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 108, 351, 356357, 362; Contrat social, 319, 356; Discourse on the Origin of Inequality, 68, 356; Emile, 308309, 357; Essay on the Origin of Languages, 293

Russell, Bertrand, 363, 376377; on discursive model, 284285, 360; on Wittgenstein, 164

Rymer, Thomas, 3940

Saint-Jarre, Chantal, 364

Sapir, Edward, 277279

Saussure, Ferdinand de, 286, 288

Schwonke, Martin, 175

Scientific discourse, 2426, 141, 148, 170, 277279, 319320; in Bacon, 198201, 209224, 226229; in Descartes, 183; in Kepler, 155156. See also Analytico-referentiality; Cyrano de Bergerac; Experimentalism; Galileo

Secrecy (in discourse), 190191, 193, 203204, 223

Self: in Descartes, 7374, 149, 189; hy-postatized from subject of enunciation, 189190, 204, 213, 223, 326327, 359361; in Kepler, 149; in Mid-dle Ages, 7072, 8687, 93, 95, 123; in More, 125. See also Aristotle; Augustine; Contradiction; Individual; Occultation; Will

Semiotic system, 2729, 31, 171

Serres, Michel, 382

Servier, Jean, 179

Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, 3d Earl of, 375

Shakespeare, William, 21, 166, 225

Sign, 28, 34, 49, 54, 93, 197, 277278, 303304; in Bacon, 45; in Campanella, 174, 177; in Cyrano de Bergerac, 262; in Galileo, 3334; in Kepler, 4344; in More, 116, 121122, 135136; in Paracelsus, 32, 36, 4345; in Swift, 339340. See abo Analytico-referentiality; Augustine; Discourse; Meaning; Patterning discourse; Semiotic system; entries for individual authors mentioned

Significance, signification. See Discourse; Meaning; Sign

Simon, Gérard, 25, 30, 47; on classification and causality, 4344, 5154, 146; on patterning and myth, 4649, 141, 143, 154, 162

Snell, Bruno, 66

Society, 54, 94, 171172; and discourse, 84, 86, 91, 114, 171, 206, 318320; and meaning, 8385, 171; in More, 117, 126128, 133136. See also Contract; Discourse; Individualism; Power; Self

Socrates: as character in Cyrano de Bergerac, 230, 232, 248249, 259, 274, 287, 308; in Russell, 284285

Sophocles, 66

Spedding, James: on Bacon, 180, 188, 204

Spelman, Sir Henry, 102

Sprat, Thomas, 192

Stoicism, 7782, 9091, 95, 107; and medieval criticism, 7981

Struever, Nancy S., 25, 95

Subject of enunciation, 28, 34, 204, 213215, 325; imposition of, 189, 259, 360361. See also Bacon, Francis; Galileo; Individualism; Occultation; Power; Self

Surtz, Edward, 115, 132133

Swift, Jonathan, 293, 340, 350352, 375; Gulliver’s Travels, 137138, 332350, 355356

Telescope, 28, 31, 33, 54, 95, 196; in Cyrano de Bergerac, 228229, 243244; in Frege, 2526, 363; in Freud, 26, 167, 360, 363373; in Galileo, 2425, 3334; in Tesauro, 2627, 33, 54. See also entries for individual authors mentioned

Tempier, Etienne, 93, 103

Tesauro, Emanuale, 2627, 33, 41, 54, 192, 369, 372, 380

Tillyard, E. M. W., 295

Tory, Geoffroy, 116, 123, 131, 357

Truth, 31, 148, 211214, 218, 221222, 349350; and knowledge, 226227, 361; and Tesauro, 27; transparently mediated, 282, 341344, 349350; and verifiability, 212214, 216218, 234, 238, 379. See also Analytico-referentiality; Discourse; Knowledge; Legitimization; Meaning

Turgenev, Ivan, 239, 352

Ullmann, Walter, 57, 73, 8586, 91, 94, 9798, 100

Uscatescu, George, 193194

Utility, 34, 165, 194, 211212, 349; criticism of, 192193

Valincour, Jean-Baptiste-Henri du Trousset de, 38, 282

Vance, Eugene, 25, 59, 72, 7475, 79, 8384, 101102

Varro, Marcus Terrentius, 80

Veiras, Denis, 283

Vernant, Jean-Pierre, 6268, 81, 83, 107, 153

Vesalius, Andreas, 24, 4546

Vickers, Brian, 351352

Vico, Giambattista, 201, 205, 212

Voelke, André-Jean, 107

Volosinov, Valentin Nikolaevič, 171, 197

Voyages of discovery. See Metaphor

Walker, Judy Carol, 260

Wallis, John, 227, 372

Watt, Ian, 295296

Webster, Charles, 5253, 187, 194, 199, 221

White, Lynn T., Jr., 100

Whitehead, Alfred North, 2324, 168, 376

Whorf, Benjamin Lee, 226

Wilkins, John, 212, 242, 280, 283, 340

Will, 5859, 95, 225; ancient Greek concept of, 5859, 6269, 90; medieval concept of, 58, 90, 93; modern concept of, 5859, 90, 291292. See also Self; Subject of enunciation

William of Ockham, 55, 73, 9194, 104106

William of Saint Thierry, 90, 94

Williams, Kathleen, 346

Williams, Raymond, 38

Wittgenstein, Ludwig, 48, 164, 210, 214, 330, 343344, 368, 376378

Wolff, Philippe, 76

World soul, 31, 33, 41, 122, 142, 159, 163

Zumthor, Paul, 94

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