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INDEX


Society, its alleged consciousness, 17, 18; a “spook,” 99

Socrates, 146

Spinoza, religious feeling transferred to nature, 24; his mysticism in ethics, 123

Spirit, its meanings, 37; its mystic unity, 38

State, the absolute, an idol, 96-98

Substance, egotistical use of the term, 17, 92

Superman, 136-143

Tender minds, how attracted to German philosophy, 24

Transcendentalism, 32-42

Truth, a figment of the will, 28; made in Germany, 88; less valuable than illusion, 14, 128-130; not the strong point of philosophies, 154

Understanding, hostility of Hegel to the, 90, 91

Wagner, 136, 150

War, a boon, 96; how it should be started, 79; is to rage for two hundred years, 115

Wilhelm Meister, 44

Will, used metaphorically, 36, 114; should be disinterested, 67; may be fulfilled in defeat, 66, 67; is unstable and indeterminate, 156-158; may be denied, 119, 120

Winkelmann, 140, note