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αισθητική Β, 5 sqq. η αναθυμίασις Α,
ψαθυρός Β, 8, 85.
έχειν Β, 8, 8 .
INDEX TO INTRODUCTION.
Anaxagoras' Theory of Reason, ci. Empedocles' Psychology, xxxv.
Epistemology, Difficulties of Aristo-
Erdmann quoted, xlvii.
Ethical Principles, how gained, cxiv.
Faculties : misrepresented by Plato,
xxxvii.; how used by Aristotle, li.;
Feelings, their double aspect, xxx. ;
not artalysed in Psychology, cxvii.
Flavours, kinds of, lxvi.
Harmony insufficient to describe
Heart involved in Perception, lxxxiii.
Hegel quoted, xxxi.; his works edited
like Aristotle's, xxi.
History, how understood by Aristotle,
Hobbes quoted, lxxxvii.
Illusion, how explained, lxxxix.
Jowett (Plato) quoted, lxxiii.
Sensibles, lxxxiv.; his theory of
Pleasure, cxviii.; his theory of
Ideas and of Reminiscence criti-
Principles, Contradictions in Aristo-
tle's theory of origin of, cxii.
Psychology, Aristotle's works upon,
xv.; its scope and method in Aris-
Reality, Arist.'s theory of : see Sub-
Reason, how used by Aristotle, xcvii.;
thinks things, cii.; compared to a
knowledge, cxv.; distinguished as
rived from Plato, xxxvi.
Practical Reason, cxvi.; how it trans-
its place in Will, cxxi.
Relation of Mind to Body, xlv.
Relativity of Knowledge, Ixi.
Reminiscence, xciv.; Plato's view of,
Sense-Perception: Sensations, how
racter of Sense, lvii.; Aristotle's
Sight, nature of, lxxi.
xiii.; his method of Psychology, Smell and odours, lxvii.
Substance (otola), what? xxxix.
Voice, distinguished from Sound,
Taste, Sense of, lxvi.
Westminster Review quoted, cxiii.
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