INDEX

VOL 1   ON THE FORM
OF THE AMERICAN MIND

A priori principles, 4-5, 6
Adams, Herbert B., 206
Adventure [in Life of Reason ], 107-108
Agapism, 39
Age, 110-13
Aldrich Reports, 241-42
Allen, Alexander G. V., 141
Altamira, Rafael, 178
Alvarez, A., 179
Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 248
American Federation of Labor, 230-31,
   238-40, 249
American character [and generalism],
   181
American Law Institute, 177-78n114
Amos, Sheldon, 155, 177
Anarchism [Warren's], 13, 208,
   213-14, 216-17, 280
Andrews, J. B., 256
Andrews, James de Witt, 174
Andrews, Stephen Pearl, 212
Animality, 26, 27-28, 101-102, 107
Anxiety, 11
Appropriation, 171-72
Aristocracy, 218
Aristotle, 73, 108
Art, 112
Atomic theory, 108
Austin, John, 144-59

Bailie, William, 208
Bar, Carl Ludwig von, 179
Baudelaire, Charles, 14
Bayle, Pierre, 141
Bentham, Jeremy, 144, 166
Bergson, Henri, 50, 114, 115, 281
Berkeley, George, 27-29, 50, 54, 115,
   127, 140, 141
Berolzheimer, Fritz, 180
Bismarck, Otto von, 115
Boethius, Hector, 86
Böhm-Bawerk, Eugen, 188, 221, 274
Borchard, Edwin M., 174, 175, 193
Bossism, 224-25
Boston Platform, 129ff.
Boundary concept, essence as, 81
Bradley, Francis H., 37, 57
Brentano, Franz, 3, 8, 19, 66-83, 98, 127
Brissaud, Jean, 178, 179
Broom, Herbert, 151-52
Brown, Thomas, 31, 44
Brunner, Heinrich, 178
Bryan, William Jennings, 241
Burke, Edmund, 179
Butler, Nicholas M., 192

Ca' canny, 253
Calhoun, John C., 215, 224
Calisse, Carlo, 178
Calling [religious], 128ff.
Calvin, John, 127, 129
Calvinist dogma, 127ff.;
   mentioned, 3, 11
Campbell, Edward L., 169, 171, 265
Capital, capitalism, 207, 219ff., 258ff.
Captains of industry, 223-24, 235-36
Cardozo, Benjamin N., 178
Carlyle, Thomas, 37
Carter, James C., 169
Case method [in law], 176-77
Casebooks, 150-51
Categories: personal, 7ff.; peripheral,
    7-8, 10ff.; empirical, 9;
    standardization of, 11. See also
    Stylistic categories
Chaos, 40-41, 46, 99-100, 121, 141,
    143
Choice, 263-64, 274
Christianity, 217-18
Civil War, U.S., 205, 207
Claremont Phalanx, 211
Clark, John B., 256
Class, class consciousness, 231, 236,
   237ff., 263
Classification, 260
Codification, 158, 174, 177ff.
Coercion, 160-61, 196-97
Coexistence, 31, 34, 44-45
Cohen, Morris R., 39, 179
College presidents, 192-93
Collier, Arthur, 140
Commands. See Orders
Commission on Industrial Relations,
    277-78
Common sense philosophy, 29ff.
Common law, 144, 169, 240
Commons, John R., 3, 11, 12, 15-17,
    21, 36, 47, 62, 63, 131, 170, 189,
    205-82 passim
Commonwealth, 223, 225
Communist Manifesto, 258
Communitas spirituum, 105-107
Concepts of perception, 3, 8, 66ff.
Concretion in discourse, 13-14, 83,
    101, 119-20, 183-84, 195, 198ff.
Conduct: order of, 152-54
Conrad, Johannes, 241
Conrad, Joseph, 84
Consciousness of kind, 217 ff.
    See also Likemindedness
Consumer goods, 220-21
Continental Legal History Series, 178,
   178n115
Contingency, 220-21
Continuity, 40ff.
Contribution [as term], 194
Conversation, 95, 97
Conviction, natural, 25-26
Cook, Walter W., 182, 190-95, 196,
    199
Corbin, Arthur L., 183-90, 194, 196,
    199
Cost principle, 210-11, 212, 220ff.,
    227. See also Labor, cost principle of
Culture [in Santayana's thought], 107ff.

Dewey, John, 4, 38, 218-19, 225,
   261-62, 275, 280
Dante, 94, 112
Darwin, Charles, 115
Death, 40-41, 46, 61-62, l01ff., 106,
   111
Del Vecchio, Giorgio, 180
Democratic community [U.S.], 218ff.,
    228, 231, 257, 262
Democritus, 108, 121
Detective stories, as art form, 13-14
Dialectic of consciousness, 49-50
Dialectical functions, 81
Dialectics: and open/closed self, 9ff.,
   141; of skepticism, 9, 28-29;
   of identity, 13; absence of (in Peirce),
   48ff., (in James) 50-51, 127; of
   present moment (Hodgson), 51-52,
   and act-object relation, 68ff.;
   "synthetically a priori, " 93;
   avoidance of (Peirce, James,
   Santayana), 127
Dilettantism, 12, 281
Disillusionment, 109ff., 122
Distribution of wealth, 219ff.
Divination, 48
Doubt, 24-25
Drake, Joseph H., 179
Dualism, 51
Duguit, Léon, 177
Duration: Hume on, 26-27, 30-31; and
   memory, 29-30; dialectical
   treatment of, 31ff., 70-71
Duty: 145, 148ff., 157; relative and
   absolute, 148-49; primary and
   secondary, 149-50
Dwight, Sereno E., 135, 137

Edwards, Jonathan, 4, 11, 127, 131-43
Effort, 33-34
Elan vital, 240
Ely, Richard T., 206, 256
Emanation of good, 141-42
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 96
Engelmann, Arthur, 179
Entrepreneurs, 224
Environment, 60
Equivalence [of style], 21
Eros, 47, 85ff., 93-94, 106
Esmain, Adhemar, 178
Essence, 66-67, 72ff., 97ff., 104ff., 116,
   127. See also Residue
Eternity, 103ff.
Evil, 61, 143
Evolution [of the mind], 105-106
Existence: 23-63 passim; as function,
   23, 26ff.; Hume on, 26-27; Berkeley
   on, 27; Locke on, 27; Reid on,
   29-30; and essence, 98-99;
   biological, over generations,
   102-103
Experience, 97ff., 101, 109
External documentation [novels as],
   10-11

Familiarity [closeness], 10-11, 239
Farm crisis, 243
Farming, 243-44
Fawcett, Henry, 215
Fawcett, Millicent G., 215
Fechner, Gustav T., 50
Federal organization [of U.S.], 176
Federal Reserve Board, 3, 8, 13, 242ff.
Fichte, Johann G., 240
Finiteness, 46, 60, l70ff.
Finley, John, 206
Fisher, Walter L., 254
Football coach, 192-93
Forbearance, 264
Foreignness, 84, 96, 117, 12lff., 126
Form(s): criteria for study of herein,
   4ff.; and intellectual formations, 5ff.,
   20; and self-expressive phenomena,
   7-8; categories of, as discussed
   herein, 8ff.; as shaped historically;
   14ff.; describing, 19-20; provisional
   nature of, 20; and truth, 20; and
   structure(s), 22; speculative, 99-100;
   literary, 120-21
Fouille, Alfred J. E., 180
Fourier, François, 212
Freedom, 102, 162ff., 170ff., 262ff., 272
Freud, Sigmund, 94
Friendship, 94-95
Frontier, 207ff.

Gardiner, H. Norman, 137, 140
Gareis, Karl von, 180
Garment industry, 249
General will, 209
Generalization, 45
Genteel tradition, 96
Gentleman [as term], 85
George, Henry, 206, 222
German school of history, 206
Giddings, Henry F., 217-18, 225,
    261-62, 275, 280
Gierke, Otto von, 177
Gilmore, E. A., 256
God: as personal, 47-48, 62; Puritan
   concept of, 127ff.; Edwards on,
   128-43 passim; as space, 138; and
   philosophical idealism, 139ff.
Goethe, Johann, 1, 112, 213
"Going concern" [as used by
    Commons], 274-75, 277
Gompers, Samuel, 15, 228-35, 238-39,
    279
Goodnow, Frank J., 254
Gray, John C., 147, 172, 173,
   177, 187
Gray, John H., 251-53
Greatness, Santayana on, 116-17
Green, Thomas H., 37
Grimstad Bill, 221ff.
Grossart, Alexander B., 138
Gurney, Edmund, 130

Habit, 40, 41
Hamel, Joust A. van, 178
Hamilton, Sir William, 31
Hare, Thomas, 214
Harriman, Florence J., 277
Hearn, William E., 154-55, 156, 164
Hegel, Georg, 9, 33, 35, 57, 106, 259
Heraclitus, 108
Hertzberg, Ebbe, 178
Historical method, 14-15
History: forms of, 14ff.; continuum of,
   17-18; Commons on Marxist view
   of, 259ff.
Hoagland, H.E, 256
Hobbes, Thomas, 32, 144
Hodgson, Shadworth H., 3, 8, 19,
    32-34, 43-44, 51, 66, 69-73, 82, 127
Hohfeld, Wesley N., 165, 177, 181-85,
    189-91, 198-200, 267
Holland, Thomas E., 150, 155-59, 164
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 179, 186
Huber, Eugen, 178
Hübner, Rudolf, 178
Hugo, Gustave, 145
Humboldt, Wilhelm von, 212
Hume, David, 9, 16, 20, 25-31, 50-51,
    53-54, 56, 116, 126-27, 132, 141,
    168
Husserl, Edmund, 3, 77-78, 81-82, 98
Huvelin, Paul, 179
Hyle, 77, 78, 81-82, 98-99

Idea(s): general, 45ff.; person as, 46; as
   thought and object, 54, Platonic,
   79-80, 108; in Santayana's poetry,
   89, 91, 93
Ideal passion, 116
Ideal types, 17-18
Idealism: of Edwards, 139ff.;
    utilitarian, 281-82
Identity, 26, 76-77
Identity philosophy, 57-58, 72
Illumination, 129, 130ff.
Immanent object, 8, 75ff.
Immigration, 126, 228, 247ff.
Immortality, 101ff., 105-106;
   ideal of, 104, 105
Imperialism, 11, 206-207
Indermaur, John, 150
Index numbers, 240ff.
Industrial Commission, 246-47
Infinity, 60
Injustice, 148, 153, 165
Institutionalism, 188
Intellectuals, intellectualism, 12ff.,
    195ff., 231, 280-81
Intent, 83
Interest [monetary], 210
Intuition, 74-75, 115-16, 169-70, 174
Irony, 109-10

James, William, 3, 4, 8-12, 16,
   19, 21, 25, 36-39, 49-63,
   116, 126, 127, 130-31, 141, 143
Jefferson, Thomas, 225
Jhering, Rudolf von, 177, 180
Job security, 237-38
Job levels, 238
Jural relations. See Legal relations
Jurisprudence, 144-204 passim
Justice: Broom on, 152, Salmond
   on administration of, 160ff., 167;
   and natural-rights doctrine, 168-69

Kallen, Horace M., 95, 126
Kant, Immanuel, 101, 115
Knies, Karl, 206
Knower and known, 51-52
Knowledge, problem of, 52-53
Kocourek, Albert, 179, 184, 195-204,
    245
Kohler, Josef, 180
Korkunov, Nikolai M., 180

Labor, cost principle of, 210-11, 212,
   220ff., 227
Labor movement, U.S., 228ff.
La Follette, Robert, 255, 277
Lamartine, Alphonse, 209
Language, 4, 19
Laurrell, Karl, 229
Law, 144-204 passim; written and
   unwritten, 145, 169; primary and
   secondary, 150, 157; rights of "at
   rest and in motion," 157, 195;
   divine, 170; lowest common
   denominators of, 183; multitales,
   unitales, and paucitales, 188
Legal facts, 159
Legal materials, standardization
   and codification of, 174ff.
Legal maxims, 151-52
Legal relations, 153-54, 182, 185ff.,
   195ff.; nexal and quasi; 200
Leopardi, Giacomo, 86
Lewis, Sinclair, 11
Life, 101ff.
Life of Reason [Santayana], 101-104,
   107-10
Likemindedness, 219, 275, 280. See
    also
Consciousness of kind
Limitations, 264-65, 275
Lincoln, Abraham, 233
Linguistic expression, 4, 7
Linotype machine, 254
Literary psychology, 119ff.
Llewellyn, K. M., 267
Lobbying, 225, 260
Locke, John, 27-29, 54, 137, 141
Logicalization, 147
Loneliness, 10, 11, 28, 85, 90,
   121-22, 126
Lorenzen, Ernest G., 179
Lotze, Rudolf, 57
Love, 46-47, 91ff.
Lucretius, 65, 112

Maccall, William, 213
MacCracken, John H., 132
Magic, 54
Maitland, Frederic W., 177, 178
Malebranche, Nicolas de, 141
Man of letters [as term), 85-86
Mankind, 217-18, 225
Mansfield, Lord, 152
Marx, Karl, 229, 257-61, 273
Mass production, 2
Material of the universe, 40, 51, 127
Material, 99-100
Mather, Cotton, 128
Matter, 140. See also Material of the
   universe
Meaning [and death], 46
Mechem, Floyd R., 179
Meiklejohn, Alexander, 193
Memory, 99, 103
Message [as term], 191ff.
Methodology, 4-5
Middle Ages, 2
Millikan, Robert, 193
Mill, John Stuart, 212-13, 215,124
Mind: movement of, 17, 120; approach
   to problem of, 19-20; exhausted, as
   matter, 40; "law of," 41; and love,
   47-48; continuity of, 48; nature and,
   109-10; age and, 110
Miraglia, Luigi, 180
Mittelman, Edward B., 256
Modem Times, New York, 212
Modem Legal Philosophy Series, 179ff.
Modernism, 114-15
Monahan, James H., 152, 155, 159
Monism, 50-51, 57, 59-60
Monopolies, 211, 221, 222-23
Monroe, James, 206
Moore, John B., 175
Morgan, Thomas H., 193
Multiverse, 51
Musset, Alfred de, 86

Natural law, 152, 161-62, 168-69,
    172-73
Natural laws, 39, 186
Nature, 101ff., 109, 111
Negation of life, 26
New Harmony, Indiana, 207ff.
Newton, Isaac, 141
Next step, 62
Nietzsche, Friedrich, 115
Noema, 77ff., 98
Nonrational junctures, 100, 110
Norris, John, 140
"Noted educator," 192—93
Nothingness, 122-23

Objectivity, 11-12, 281
Obscenity, 10
Orders [legal], 146, 152, 156-57, 159,
   182-83
Originality, 11-12, 189-95 passim
Owen, Robert Dale, 207, 212

Page, William Herbert[1868-1952], 193
Pantheism, 59, 133, 142-43
Pathos, 260-61
Paul, Saint, 217
Paxson, Frederick L., 207
Peirce, Charles S., 3, 4, 8, 9, 16, 20, 21,
    36, 38, 39-50, 62, 126, 139-41, 143
Perlman, Selig, 256
Petrarch, 91
Phillips, U. B., 256
Philosophical system, 82-83, 118
Philosophy, scientific nature of,
    64-65, 116
Pioneer community, 216, 218, 219-20,
    223, 228, 280
Plagiarism, 12, 189ff.
Plato, 35, 79, 94, 106, 108, 127, 141
Platt, Charles M., 157
Plebeianism, 218
Pluralism, 50, 56, 57-58, 62-63, 130
Poe, Edgar A., 13-14
Political organizations, 145ff.
Positive law, 144-45, 155, 156,
    159-60, 172-73
Pound, Roscoe, 177, 179, 195, 262
Pragmatism, 12-13, 115, 183ff.
Precedents [legal], 176
Predestination, 128ff.
Predicates: negative, 80; positive, 104
Prediction, 186
Price stabilization, 5, 8, 242
Prices, 210-11, 220-21
Probability, 130ff.
Production: factors in, 220-21;
   restrictions on, 252-53
Promiscuity, 10
Property, 170ff., 211, 220,
   222-23, 262ff.
Proportional representation, 214-15,
    224ff.
Public utilities, 254-55
Pure experience, 25, 50ff., 56, 127
Puritan mysticism, 3, 11, 127-43
    passim

Quakers, 205
Quesnay, François, 273

Radical Empiricism, 25, 51, 56-57, 139
Rattigan, W. H., 155
Ratzel, Friederich, 2
Raumvolk, 2
Reason, 86ff., 107ff., 116-17
Reasonableness, 214, 246, 279
Reciprocity, 272-73
Reconsideration, 83
Redemption, 90, 100
Reduction: phenomenological, 79;
   skeptical, 79ff., 98
Reflection, 92, 103
Reid, Thomas, 29-31, 141
Relations: experiential, 57
Religious affection [Edwards on],
    133-34
Residue: and essence, 66, 104; of
    skepticism, 80
Responsibility, 10
Ricardo, David, 273
Right: as concept in legal system,
   145, relation of rights, 154
Riley, I. Woodbridge, 138
Root, Elihu, 178
Rousseau, Jean, 115, 174
Royce, Josiah, 4, 127
Rule of law, 185
Russell, Bertrand, 114, 116

Salmond, John W., 155, 160-66,167,
    182, 189, 190
Sanborn, Frank B., 132
Sanctions, 146-47, 153, 165
Santayana, George, 3-4, 6-7, 14,16,
    19, 21, 34-36, 64-125 passim, 127,
    141, 143, 183,218,275
Saposs, D. J., 256
Sauerbeck, Augustus, 241
Schema of auxiliary words, 187,
   196-97, 271ff.
Schopenhauer, Arthur, 37, 108
Schröder, R., 178
Seigel, H., 178
Self: open, 9, 10, 11, 12, 62-63; closed,
    9, 63; flight from, 5 3; dimensionless,
    53ff.; suffering, 85, 87ff, 98; solitary,
    88ff.; and love of God, 88-89
Self-sovereignty. See Sovereignty
Shelley, Percy, 114, 116
Shibley, George H., 241
Shock, 34
Shortages, 170ff.
Simmel, Georg, 64, 281
Single tax, 222
Singularity-in-duality, 24
Situational concepts, 271
Situational quality of land, 221-22
Skepticism: Hume's, 9, 25ff., 50,
   126; dialectic of, 28-29;
   transformation of, 29-31
Slavery: freedom from, 205
Small, A. W., 206
Smith, Adam, 260
Smith, George H., 166-67, 171, 174
Smith, J. W., 250
Smyth, Egbert C., 140-41
Sociability, 10
Social body, 5
Social conflict: and Marx, 260-61;
   as transaction, 267ff.;
   and "reasonableness," 278ff.
Social reality, 147, 154,
   162, 164, 271
Socrates, 80, 108, 127
Solipsism, 25, 85, 98, 110, 124
Sonnets [Santayana'sj, 14, 86ff., 98,
    112-13
Sovereignty: 145ff., 173, 267; of the
    individual, 208ff., 212
Space, 2, 138; exhaustion of, 307, 228
Spatial people. See Raumvolk
Special interests, 187-88
Speculation: and prespeculative
    material, 82-83; and speculative
    reason, 98ff.
Spence, Thomas, 179
Spencer, Herbert, 37, 205
Spenser, Arthur W., 179
Spinoza, Benedict, 108, 141
Spiritual differences between sexes [in
    Santayana], 94-95
Splitting of law, 174
Spreading of feelings, 43-44
Stammler, Rudolf, 180
State, the, 158, 160, 170,
    187, 213, 276
Stewart, Dugald, 31
Stintzing, Roderich von, 178
Stobbe, Otto, 178
Stream of consciousness. See Stream
    of things
Stream of things, 65, 70-71, 82, 108
Strindberg, August, 94
Structural thematics, 19, 21-22
Structure of the universe, 57-59
Stylistic categories, 21
Substance and purpose: Commons'
    equation of, 274
Sullivan, J. W., 254
Sumner, Helen L., 256
Supreme Court, 174, 259, 274
Symbolic being, 23-24
Symbols, 82, 153
Synechism, 39

Taking twice over, 58
Terry, Herbert T., 147, 155, 158,159,
    166, 190
Thatness, 32, 51, 69, 98
Theism, 59, 174
Theory: definition of, 4; practical
    functions of, 12
Thought, idea as, 54
Time, 2, 3, 21, 23-63 passim, 99, 103,
    171-72, 240, 273; intervals of, 26;
   and timelessness, 60; as illusion, 63;
   reason and, 103; futurity
   and, 273-74
Time-Store, 211
Tocqueville, Alexis de, 181
Tourtoulon, Pierre de, 180
Transaction, 267ff.
Trust, 10, 25
Truths, 8, 20
Tuscarawas County, Ohio, 211
Tychism, 39

Unified procedure, 173
Union Pacific, 207
Unions, 227-40 passim; 248ff.;
   258-59
Utopia, Ohio, 211

Value: personal, 102; monetary, 211;
    systematic, 264, 272-73
Vanni, Cavaliere, 180
Vision, 38ff.

Wage consciousness, 230
Wages, 223, 229, 249ff.
Walker, Timothy, 179
Walsh, Frank P., 277
Warren, Josiah, 13, 208-12, 214,
   215-16, 224, 261, 280
Weber, Max, 17, 147
Wedekind, Frank, 94
Weininger, Otto, 94
Weyl, Walter E., 251
Whatness, 32, 51, 69, 98
Wickersham, George, 178
Wigmore, John H., 177, 179
Wilde, Oscar, 94
Will, 263ff., 272
Willard, Samuel, 130
Williams, Whiting, 234-39
Wilson, Woodrow, 241, 277
Woman, 94-95
Woodbridge, F. J. E., 132
Working class [American versus
    European], 234ff.
World of self, 88-89

Youth, 107-108, 110

Zola, Emile, 94
Zöpfel, H., 178

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