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Self to Self

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  • LC Classification: BF697 .V45 2006
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Self
    • Self (Philosophy)
    • Kant, Immanuel,--1724-1804--Ethics

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Index

Abraham, Karl, 135

Achtung, 75, 81

action

   ‘action identification’, 247–8

   for a reason, 7, 249–51

   philosophy of, 14

Adam and Eve: See Genesis, Book of

agency

aggression, 135, 136, 138, 140, 142, 148, 244, 314–16, 319–20, 323, 348

aim-inhibition, 84, 88

aims, 82, 85, 87–9, 90, 96

Allison, Henry E., 73

ambivalence, 86, 138, 341–7

Anderson, Elizabeth, 88, 98, 99, 101, 102

Andrews, John D.W., 339, 344

Annas, Julia, 71

Anscombe, G.E.M., 186, 193, 261–3, 270

Anscombe, Roderick, 339

anticipation, 1–2, 5, 6, 172–3, 194–202, 354

anxiety, 55, 133, 134, 137, 141, 142, 146, 148, 155, 157–69

Aronson, Eliot, 228, 232, 240

Arpaly, Nomy, 347, 352

attachment, 109

attribution effect, 215–16, 236–44, 260

Augustine, Saint, 49–52, 56, 57, 67

Aune, Bruce, 171

authenticity, 338–9

authority, 17–20, 25, 31, 32–3, 35, 43, 44, 111, 114–19, 122, 123, 125–6, 127, 130, 131, 132–4, 136–43, 148–9, 151, 152–5, 157, 336, 337, 339

autonomy, 1–2, 7–8, 9, 14–15, 33–5, 43, 44, 126–7, 317, 331–3, 337–9, 353–4, 357–60

bad faith, 221, 352

Badhwar, Neera Kapur, 71, 102: See also Kapur, Neera Badhwar

Baier, Annette, 74, 82

Baron, Marcia, 71, 73, 102

belief, 33, 220, 261, 267, 268, 318, 319, 349

Bem, Daryl, 229–35, 243

benevolence, 86, 95

Benhabib, Seyla, 74, 333

Berkowitz, L., 215, 244

Bermúdez, José-Luis, 276, 279

Bettelheim, Bruno, 82

Blackburn, Simon, 47, 171, 201

blame, 1–2, 157

Blum, Lawrence, 74, 77

blushing, 57, 61

Boër, Stephen E., 175

Bolen, D., 237

Borch-Jacobsen, Mikkel, 148

Brakel, Linda, 315

Branden, Nathaniel, 76

Bratman, Michael, 166, 203, 271, 331

Brewer, Bill, 182

Brickman, P., 237

Brodt, S.E., 215

Brown, Deborah, 104

Bryant, J., 242

Butler, Joseph, 111

Calhoun, Cheshire, 63

Campbell, John, 180, 186, 191, 201

Cantor, J.R., 242

Cantor, N., 356

Carlsmith, J.M., 227, 228, 235, 240

Castañeda, Hector-Neri, 184

categorical imperative, 72, 78, 80, 112–28, 130–2, 154, 155, 166, 167, 287, 292, 293, 294, 295, 302, 304, 305, 306–07, 308, 310, 328–9: See also imperatives, categorical

   formula of autonomy, 290

   formula of humanity, 92

   forumla of universal law, 6, 92, 131

Cavell, Marcia, 84

Cavell, Stanley, 76

clothing: See nakedness

Cohen, G.A., 298–301, 304, 305

Coltart, Nina, 77

conscience, 1, 110–28, 133, 153

common knowledge, 25, 29, 30, 31, 32–3, 36, 37–9, 43, 44, 115, 116, 119, 123, 124, 125, 126, 257, 265, 268

communication, 53, 161–2, 163–4, 259, 267

conflicting ends, 274, 287–9, 327

Conly, Sarah, 71

consequentialism, 71, 159

constructivism about reasons: See reasons for acting, constructivism about

contradiction

   in conception, 15, 38, 256, 284

   in the will, 15, 36–40, 256, 284–311

cooperation, 37, 160–1, 255–8, 265–73

cooperative agreement: See promising

Copp, David, 340

Cottingham, John, 74

Darwall, Stephen L., 76, 88, 94, 111

Day, K.D., 242

decision: See intention

Deigh, John, 46, 71, 129–31, 136, 139, 143

Delaney, Neil, 98, 104

Dennett, Daniel, 8, 180, 203–23, 358

Dent, N.J.H., 73

desire, 17–18, 19, 52, 147, 220, 264, 267, 349

dignity, 98–9, 101–05, 127, 128

Dillon, Robin, 76, 82, 102, 332

dissociative identity disorder: See multiple personality disorder

dogs, 52, 54

Downie, R.S., 88

Dr. Seuss, 10, 104–5

dreaming, 350

drives, 82–5, 130, 144, 314–16, 319–20

Eagle, Morris, 345

Ebbesen, E.B., 234

ego

   in colloquial sense, 4

   in psychoanalytic sense, 130, 138–46, 148–9, 152–3

ego-ideal, 12, 81, 112, 127–8, 131, 138, 310, 329

egocentric representation: See representational scheme, egocentric

Eisenberg, N., 239

Eliot, George, 253, 280

Ellison, Ralph, 63

Elster, Jon, 47, 65

ends, 40

   persons as, 41–4, 89–96, 154

   ‘self-existent’, 91–3, 98–101

envy, 168

Epstein, Mark, 339

Erikson, Erik, 339

euthanasia, 42

Evans, Gareth, 177, 189

excuses, 21

expectancy effects, 214, 260

Fairbairn, W.R.D., 88

Festinger, L., 227, 228, 235

fiction, 204–8, 209, 212, 214, 220–2, 316–20, 321, 348

first-person, 2–3, 5, 172, 173, 180–9, 190–4, 195–200, 202, 254, 355, 358

Flanagan, Owen, 209, 211, 212, 222

Foot, Philippa, 285

Frankfurt, William K. 70, 85, 113, 203, 246, 330–60

Fraser, S.C., 239

free will, 31–5, 52, 57, 60, 218

Freedman, J.L., 239

Frege, Gotlob, 175

Freud, Anna, 348

Freud, Sigmund, 12, 76, 82–5, 86, 87, 96, 112–13, 114, 127–8, 129–55, 157–8, 159, 165, 314–16, 326, 342–6

Genesis, Book of, 45–52, 57, 69

Gesetz, 77–81

Gewirth, Alan, 72

Gilbert, Margaret, 164

God, 17, 18, 19, 262

Green, O.H., 87

Greenspan, Patricia, 85, 103

Greenwald, A.G., 214

Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals, 77, 116, 117, 286

Grusec, J.E., 238

guilt, 24, 132–8, 156–69

   survivor’s, 156, 166, 167–9

Guyer, Paul, 92

Hamilton, Andy, 189, 191

happiness, 41–3

Hardcastle, Valerie Gray, 209, 211

Harman, Gilbert, 197

Harré, Rom, 355

hate, 95

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 64

Hegeman, Elizabeth, 47

‘hereby’, 199, 213, 219, 221, 318

Herman, Barbara, 73

heteronomy, 33

Hill, Thomas E., Jr., 92

Holder, Alexis, 112, 139

homosexuality, 67, 68–9

Hume, David, 15, 328

humility, 60

Humphrey, Nicholas, 209–11

Hussain, Nadeem, 282

identification, 114, 146–8, 331, 334, 342, 347–54, 359

identity crisis, 4–5, 356

imagining, 209, 210, 319–20, 323–5, 326–8, 349–53

   being another, 170–2, 173, 180–9, 196, 349–52

   seeing, 179–80, 181

immunity to error through misidentification, 191–2

impartiality, 70–5, 77

imperatives

   categorical, 17, 18–20: See also categorical imperative

   hypothetical, 17, 18, 295

indexicals, 175–6

integrity, 4

intellect, 100

intention, 196–8, 213, 218, 245–8, 257–8, 261–2, 268, 269, 270–4

   shared, 164

‘internal’ subject: See notional subject

interpretation, 54

introjection, 113, 131, 133, 134, 135, 138, 139, 141, 142, 143, 146–8, 150

Ishiguro, Hidé, 194

Jackson, Frank, 72

Jeske, Diane, 107

Johnson, Edward, 333, 340

Johnson, R.C., 242

Jones, David H., 135

Kant, Immanuel, 106, 107, 111–28, 130–2, 155, 166, 167, 192, 256, 284–311, 328–9

Kapitan, Tomis, 185

Kapur, Neera Badhwar, 71, 103: See also Badhwar, Neera Kapur

Kavka, Gregory, 272

Kekes, John, 74

Kihlstrom, J.F., 356

Klein, Melanie, 135

‘knowledge without observation’, 261–2

Korsgaard, Christine M., 101, 120, 122, 124, 203, 286, 296–309, 310, 312, 340

Kraut, Robert, 103

Kravis, Robert, 355

Lamb, Roger E., 98, 104

law: See also Gesetz; respect, for the law

   legal, 16, 158

   moral, 13, 111, 114, 116, 131, 132

   of nature, 34

   universal, 27, 34, 77, 80, 116–26, 131, 290, 292, 294, 295, 306, 329

   will as a law to itself, 77, 79–81, 91

Levine, Frederic J., 355

libido, 82, 97, 144–5, 154, 155, 315, 316, 326

Lewis, David K., 175

Liu, T.J., 235

love, 1–2, 10–12, 70–109, 128, 132, 138, 143, 148, 149, 154, 155, 159–60, 165, 315, 343–6

   romantic, 83–5

lying, 20, 29–30, 38, 42, 161–2, 251, 256, 265, 268, 269, 270

Lycan, William G., 175

Lyons, William, 85, 103

McFall, Lynn, 74

Mackie, John, 171, 181

Madell, Geoffrey, 175

Malcolm, Janet, 83

Martin, Raymond, 172

Mason, Michelle, 285

maxims, 27, 28, 72, 78, 79, 80, 120–2, 123–6, 290, 306, 329

Meers, Dale, 112, 139

Mellor, D.H., 174, 276, 279

memory, 1–2, 5, 6, 173, 187–8, 189–94, 195, 197, 336, 354

Mensch, 24, 43, 253, 255, 275

Midgley, Mary, 73

Miller, R.L., 237

moral development, 128, 131, 132

moral skepticism, 153

moral motivation, 12, 75, 88, 129, 226, 312–29

Moran, Richard, 215

Morris, HerbertS, 135

‘motivational set’, 286, 288–9, 291, 303, 305

motives, 90–6, 106

   second-order, 94

Mr. Rogers, 56

multiple personality disorder, 209–12, 312, 324

Murdoch, Iris, 74–7, 82, 84, 86, 95

Nagel, Thomas, 55, 67, 173–5, 178, 254, 275, 312

Nakhnikian, George, 76, 370

nakedness, 45–52, 55–7, 60, 61, 67

narrative, 8, 203–23, 249, 250, 317–18, 327

naturalism, 14–15

Neu, Jerome, 95, 102

Nisbett, R.E., 230

norm acceptance, 275, 282

normativity, 282–3, 284, 294, 298, 301, 304–05, 306, 309

notional subject, 182, 187–9, 190–4, 195–200

Nozick, Robert, 86, 103, 193, 267

Nussbaum, Martha Craven, 76, 105

Nuttin, Joseph, 251

objective representation: See representational scheme, objective

obligation, 16–17, 18, 20, 110, 304, 305, 309

   to self, 156, 166, 167, 296

O’Brien, Lucy F., 186

Oldenquist, Andrew, 74

O’Neill, Onora, 120, 122, 124

‘one thought too many’, 73, 97, 108

overvaluation, 83–5

Parfit, Derek, 173, 200, 336–8

partiality, 96–109: See also impartiality

particularism, 74–5, 98, 105

Paton, H.J., 73, 91, 94, 116

Peacocke, Christopher, 178

Perry, John, 121, 172, 174, 175, 184–5, 186, 254, 275–80, 312

personal identity, 1, 5–7, 170–202, 222–3, 336–8, 339–41, 353, 355, 357, 359

personhood, 43–4, 101, 105, 106, 132, 254, 359: See also ends, persons as

perspective: See also representational scheme

   first-person, 170–202, 254, 255, 336, 358

   temporally constant, 22–3, 24, 25, 27, 299–301

   universally shared, 25–32, 36, 37–9, 44, 275

   visual, 2, 179, 276, 358

phantasy, 158

Piper, Adrian M.S., 73

point-of-view: See perspective

policies 274: See also intention

practical identity, 297–8, 303–06, 308, 309–11, 312

practical knowledge, 261–3

practical reason, 284, 287, 288–9, 292, 293, 295, 332: See also reasons for acting, 13–14, 154, 261–75

   expressive, 267–70

   instrumental, 258, 266–70

practical syllogism, 281, 315

pretending, 311, 318–20, 321, 326–8, 329, 351

price, 98–9, 101, 103–04

pride, 60

prisoners’ dilemma, 36–40, 160–1, 255–8, 265–73, 274

promising, 117, 120–6, 213, 256, 265–73

propositional attitudes, 87, 106, 315–16, 349

proprioception, 277

psychoanalysis, 83, 152

punishment, 133–5, 136, 137–8, 139–42, 148, 157–9, 164–5, 244

quasi-indicators, 184–6

quasi-memory, 190

racism, 62–4

Railton, Peter, 72

rational nature, 9, 91, 99–101, 106, 132, 154

Rawls, John, 47, 86

reasons for acting, 7, 19–33, 40, 43–4, 72, 124–6, 163, 219–20, 250, 264–5, 280–3, 285–96, 297–8, 299, 300–01, 303–11, 318, 326–8

   constructivism about, 26–8, 30, 31–3, 35, 36–8, 290–307

Redler, E., 238

reflexive mode of presentation: See self, as reflexive guise

representational scheme

   egocentric, 5–6, 176–86, 254, 258, 276–8, 279, 358

   objective, 3–4, 6, 173–8, 255, 258–61, 271–4, 278–80

repression, 152, 343–6

resentment, 95, 157, 167–9

resolute choice, 270–4

respect, 75–81

   for the law, 12–13, 77–81, 132, 302, 329

   for persons, 40–4, 100–01, 106, 127–8, 132, 154, 155

retaliation, 157, 160–1

Richardson, Henry, 89

rights, 72

Robinson Crusoe, 53

Rogers, Carl, 245

Rorty, Amélie Oksenberg, 103

Rorty, Richard, 82

Rovane, Carol, 190, 201

Rubin, Jeffrey, 339, 355

Ruddick, Sara

‘sakes’, 41–3, 44, 89–90, 93

Sandler, Joseph, 112, 139

Sartre, Jean-Paul, 56, 58, 352

Schachter, S., 215, 241–2

Schafer, Roy, 142, 148

Schapiro, Tamar, 155, 203

Scheler, Max, 47

Schroeder, Timothy, 347, 352

Scruton, Roger, 47, 58, 76, 88, 98, 104, 175

self

   distinctive qualites of, 5, 9–11, 13–14, 333, 337, 340, 355, 356

   ‘false’, 338

   future, 1–2, 5, 6–7, 173, 194–202, 336, 354, 355

   as locus of autonomy, 7–8, 208–22, 331–3, 353–4, 357–60

   one ‘true’, 1, 2, 9, 77, 81, 91, 100, 331, 334–6, 337, 339–41, 353, 354

   past, 1–2, 5, 6–7, 189–94, 336, 354, 355, 359

   as reflexive guise, 1, 9, 180, 186–9, 192–4, 354–5, 357–60

   as self-concept, 3–5, 214–16, 224–52, 355–7

   splitting, 209–12, 343, 344: See also fission

self-assessment, 46–7, 58–60, 144, 145

self-awareness, 254–5, 258–61, 275–80

self-censure, 47

self-concept, 320–1, 322, 323–5, 326, 341, 355–7: See also self, as self-concept

self-concern, 42

self-coordination, 53

self-consistency motive: See self-understanding, motive toward

self-constitution, 6–7, 8, 53, 203–04, 307

self-cultivation, 39–40

self-deception, 229

self-esteem, 4, 9–10, 355

self-fulfilling prediction, 215

self-hatred, 4, 41

self-image: See self-concept

self-interest, 101, 154

self-locating representations, 173–8

self-love, 94–5

self-preservation, 42, 336, 337, 340, 357

self-reproach, 24, 133, 134, 138, 149, 167

self-respect, 2, 9

self-trust, 166, 322, 323

self-understanding, 7–8, 14–15, 53, 259, 345

   motive toward, 224–52, 259–61

self-verification, 236–41, 248

self-worth, 42, 157

‘seeing as’, 107

Setiya, Kieran, 282

sex, 47–52, 67–9, 82, 87

Shah, Nishi, 282, 283

shame, 1–2, 10, 11, 45–69

shaming, 64–6

Shapiro, David, 338

Shoemaker, Sydney, 180, 190, 191

Sidgwick, Henry, 71, 85, 89

Silverstein, Matthew, 282

Simmel, Georg, 53

Singer, J.E., 241–2

Slote, Michael, 71

Smart, J.J.C., 71

Smith, Michael, 93

Snyder, M., 234

Soble, Alan, 86, 103

Socrates, 113

Solomon, Robert C., 72

Sommers, Christina Hoff, 74

Spelman, Elizabeth, 332

Stark, Cynthia A., 73, 103

stealing, 20, 28–9, 161

Steele, C.M., 235

stereotypes, 62–4, 226

Stocker, Michael, 47, 71, 88, 97

Strawson, P.F., 175, 191

suicide, 42

Sullivan, Roger J., 120, 122

super-ego, 128, 129–55, 157

Swann, William B., Jr., 236, 240

Taylor, Charles, 203

Taylor, Gabriele, 46, 47, 85, 103

Telfer, Elizabeth, 88

theoretical reasoning, 289–90, 293

Thomas, Laurence, 85

Torek, Paul, 172

toxin puzzle, 272

Trzebinski, J., 249

transference, 83–5, 96

trust, 160–5, 167, 168–9: See also self-trust

Turner, C., 244

universalization, 14, 20, 25–33, 72–3, 100, 119–26, 166, 294, 306

Valins, S., 230

Vallacher, R.R., 246–8, 249, 251, 260, 263

‘valuing as’, 107

Vendler, Zeno, 171, 178

virtue, 328

Vlastos, Gregory, 81, 105

volitional necessity, 333–6, 357

Walton, Kendall L., 320

weakness of will, 221

Wegner, D.M., 246–8, 249, 251, 260, 263

Weil, Simone, 76, 82

Westen, Drew, 142

Whiting, Jennifer, 75, 105

wholeheartedness, 341–7

Wiggins, David, 200

will

   good, 78–81, 90, 100, 161, 162–4, 165, 167

   rational, 77

Williams, Bernard, 47, 60, 71, 73, 74, 97, 98, 108–09, 170, 172, 173, 179, 183, 186, 201, 285, 286, 287

Winnicott, D.W., 76, 95, 338, 355

Wittgenstein, Ludwig, 196, 246

Wolf, Susan, 71

Wolff, Robert Paul, 333, 340

Wollheim, Richard, 47, 135, 179, 182, 349, 351

Yeats, William Butler, 98

Zillman, D., 242, 243, 244

Zillman, E., 215, 242


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