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Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 197-204) and indexes.
Formatted Contents Note
Rosmini's life and work Toward an ontological foundation of personhood The present study The nature of knowledge The problem of knowledge Fundamental difference between sensation and idea Activity and passivity in sense perception The subjective and the extrasubjective in sensation Sensation and idea compared The intellective perception The judgment contained in the idea of the thing The idea of existence Characteristics of this idea Innatism of the idea of existence The idea and sensation are primitive elements The idea as a necessary means of knowledge Ideas and reality The idea of being, pure mediator of knowledge The knowledge of existing reality through the idea Kant's a priori synthesis and Rosmini's primitive synthesis Kant, innatism, and the lumen intellectuale The idea is one form of being Ideal being is the knowability of real being Ideal being is the possibility of things Note on the possibility and necessity of ideas The idea and the mind The book about the idea in the Teosofia Essere per sè manifesto : manifestato and manifestante Objective mode (or form) of being : absolute and relative existence Absolute and relative existence of ideas and ideal being Intelligibility is an attribute of being itself The intimate bond between the idea and the intelligence Objective being and Plato's Parmenides Self-contradictory objects The idea and the dignity of the person Initial being and the place of intelligences in the whole of being Initial being and the lumen intellectuale The divine in nature Individuality and immortality The intelligent will Objective being and ethics The ultimate root of personal dignity.