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Chapter 3: Reason

Topic : source - chapter# — page# (topics listed below are in this format)
astronomy : cfg - 3 — 49
cosmogony : cfg - 3 — 49-53
cosmos : cfg - 3 — 49-53
Greeks : cfg - 3 — 49-76
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 3 — 49-53
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 49-54
knowledge, thirst for : cfg - 3 — 49
mathematics : cfg - 3 — 49
Milesians : cfg - 3 — 49-52
naturalists (phusikoi) : cfg - 3 — 49-53
natural world, laws of : cfg - 3 — 49
natural world, philosophy based on : cfg - 3 — 49-53
natural world, scientific knowledge of : cfg - 3 — 49-53
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 3 — 49-53
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 49-54
reason (logos) : cfg - 3 — 49-76
reason (logos), Western society and : cfg - 3 — 49
science, Greek : cfg - 3 — 49-53
science, natural : cfg - 3 — 49-53
science, Western tradition of : cfg - 3 — 49
universe : cfg - 3 — 49
universe, creation of : cfg - 3 — 49
universe, order and laws of : cfg - 3 — 49
Aryan tribes : cfg - 3 — 50
cosmology : cfg - 3 — 50
creation : cfg - 3 — 50
democracy : cfg - 3 — 50-1
gods, anthropomorphic : cfg - 3 — 50
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 3 — 50
Greeks, democracy and city-states of : cfg - 3 — 50-1
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 50
Hephaestus : cfg - 3 — 50
Homer : cfg - 3 — 50
Mount Olympus : cfg - 3 — 50
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 3 — 50
natural world, laws of : cfg - 3 — 50
universe, order and laws of : cfg - 3 — 50
Zeus : cfg - 3 — 50
Anaximander : cfg - 3 — 51
Anaximenes : cfg - 3 — 51
Earth : cfg - 3 — 51
fire : cfg - 3 — 51
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 3 — 51
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 51
human beings, subjugation of : cfg - 3 — 51
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 3 — 51
religion, truth and : cfg - 3 — 51
science, truth and : cfg - 3 — 51
science, Western tradition of : cfg - 3 — 51
slavery : cfg - 3 — 51
Thales : cfg - 3 — 51
truth, scientific : cfg - 3 — 51
water : cfg - 3 — 51
women, subjugation of : cfg - 3 — 51
Anaximenes : cfg - 3 — 52-3
atoms : cfg - 3 — 52
death : cfg - 3 — 52
Democritus : cfg - 3 — 52-3
Leucippus : cfg - 3 — 52
Parmenides : cfg - 3 — 52
skepticism : cfg - 3 — 52
Thales : cfg - 3 — 52-3
truth, quest for : cfg - 3 — 52
Apollo : cfg - 3 — 53
astronomy : cfg - 3 — 53
atoms : cfg - 3 — 53
cults : cfg - 3 — 53-7
Demeter : cfg - 3 — 53-5
economics : cfg - 3 — 53
Egypt : cfg - 3 — 53
evil : cfg - 3 — 53
fire : cfg - 3 — 53
geometry, . : cfg - 3 — 53
gods : cfg - 3 — 53-7
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 3 — 53-8
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 53-8
Hephaestus : cfg - 3 — 53
human beings, sufferings and limitations of : cfg - 3 — 53
mathematics : cfg - 3 — 53
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 3 — 53
music : cfg - 3 — 53
myth (mythos), ceremonial reenactment' of : cfg - 3 — 53-6
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 3 — 53-8
Parmenides : cfg - 3 — 53
Persephone : cfg - 3 — 53-4
Prometheus : cfg - 3 — 53
Pythagoras : cfg - 3 — 53
ritual : cfg - 3 — 53
science, Renaissance : cfg - 3 — 53
science, seventeenth-century revolution in : cfg - 3 — 53
spiritual exercises : cfg - 3 — 53
sun : cfg - 3 — 53
Thesmophoria festival : cfg - 3 — 53-4
transcendence, seeking of : cfg - 3 — 53
Zeus : cfg - 3 — 53-4
agriculture : cfg - 3 — 54
death, contemplation of : cfg - 3 — 54
Demophon : cfg - 3 — 54-5
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 3 — 54-6
fasting : cfg - 3 — 54
fire : cfg - 3 — 54-5
Greeks, democracy and city-states of : cfg - 3 — 54
Israel : cfg - 3 — 54
Mount Olympus : cfg - 3 — 54
mystery : cfg - 3 — 54
Mystery Cult : cfg - 3 — 54-6
myth (mythos), coping with life and death through : cfg - 3 — 54
myth (mythos), ritual and : cfg - 3 — 54-8
ritual, initiation : cfg - 3 — 54-7
ritual, myth and : cfg - 3 — 54-8
sex : cfg - 3 — 54
spirituality : cfg - 3 — 54
women : cfg - 3 — 54
agriculture : cfg - 3 — 55
animals, sacrifice of : cfg - 3 — 55
death, contemplation of : cfg - 3 — 55-6
Demetrius : cfg - 3 — 55
fasting : cfg - 3 — 55
Hellenism : cfg - 3 — 55
myth (mythos), coping with life and death through : cfg - 3 — 55
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - 3 — 55
ritual, secret : cfg - 3 — 55
theology : cfg - 3 — 55
animals, sacrifice of : cfg - 3 — 56
Aristotle : cfg - 3 — 56
belief : cfg - 3 — 56
death, fear of : cfg - 3 — 56
death, life after : cfg - 3 — 56
Demophon : cfg - 3 — 56
Dionysus : cfg - 3 — 56
Dio of Prusa : cfg - 3 — 56
fear, liberation from : cfg - 3 — 56
fire : cfg - 3 — 56
light : cfg - 3 — 56
mysticism : cfg - 3 — 56
Persephone : cfg - 3 — 56
Plutarch : cfg - 3 — 56
revelation : cfg - 3 — 56
soul : cfg - 3 — 56
unconscious : cfg - 3 — 56-7
psyche : cfg - 3 — 56.7
Aeschylus : cfg - 3 — 57-8
Anaxagoras of Smyrna : cfg - 3 — 57
death, fear of : cfg - 3 — 57
divinity : cfg - 3 — 57
ecstasy (ekstasis), self-forgetfulnes in : cfg - 3 — 57
ego, "stepping outside" of : cfg - 3 — 57
Euripides : cfg - 3 — 57
fear, liberation from : cfg - 3 — 57
gods, anthropomorphic : cfg - 3 — 57
knowledge : cfg - 3 — 57
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 3 — 57
pain : cfg - 3 — 57
Proclus : cfg - 3 — 57
Protagoras : cfg - 3 — 57
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 3 — 57
stars : cfg - 3 — 57
symbolism : cfg - 3 — 57
wisdom, quest for : cfg - 3 — 57
Xenophanes : cfg - 3 — 57
Zeus : cfg - 3 — 57-8
Anaxagoras of Smyrna : cfg - 3 — 58
atheism : cfg - 3 — 58
Euripides : cfg - 3 — 58
goodness : cfg - 3 — 58
Greeks, democracy and city-states of : cfg - 3 — 58
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 3 — 58-75
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 58
Israelites : cfg - 3 — 58
language, power of : cfg - 3 — 58-9
Peloponnesian War : cfg - 3 — 58
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 3 — 58-75
philosophy, written vs. oral : cfg - 3 — 58-9
prayer : cfg - 3 — 58
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 58
Socrates : cfg - 3 — 58-66
Socrates, death of : cfg - 3 — 58
Socrates, rationalist tradition of : cfg - 3 — 58
Socrates, virtue taught by : cfg - 3 — 58
Trojan Women (Euripedes) : cfg - 3 — 58
virtue : cfg - 3 — 58
agnosticism : cfg - 3 — 59
Anaxagoras of Smyrna : cfg - 3 — 59-60
language, power of : cfg - 3 — 59-20
naturalists (phusikoi) : cfg - 3 — 59-60
natural world, philosophy based on : cfg - 3 — 59-60
natural world, scientific knowledge of : cfg - 3 — 59-60
science, Greek : cfg - 3 — 59-60
science, natural : cfg - 3 — 59-60
silence : cfg - 3 — 59
Socrates, death of : cfg - 3 — 59
wisdom : cfg - 3 — 59
Aristotle : cfg - 3 — 60
Confucius : cfg - 3 — 60
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 3 — 60
Friedlander, Paul : cfg - 3 — 60
goodness : cfg - 3 — 60
Hadot, Pierre : cfg - 3 — 60
morality : cfg - 3 — 60
Socrates, virtue taught by : cfg - 3 — 60-1
spiritual exercises : cfg - 3 — 60
virtue : cfg - 3 — 60-2
wisdom, quest for : cfg - 3 — 60
Alcibiades : cfg - 3 — 61
concentration : cfg - 3 — 61
dialectic : cfg - 3 — 61
knowledge : cfg - 3 — 61
meditation : cfg - 3 — 61
prayer : cfg - 3 — 61
self-knowledge : cfg - 3 — 61
spiritual exercises : cfg - 3 — 61
truth, quest for : cfg - 3 — 61
yoga : cfg - 3 — 61
Brahmodya competition : cfg - 3 — 62
dialectic : cfg - 3 — 62
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 62
otherness : cfg - 3 — 62
Peloponnesian War : cfg - 3 — 62
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 62
skepticism : cfg - 3 — 62
Socrates, death of : cfg - 3 — 62
Socrates, rationalist tradition of : cfg - 3 — 62
Socrates, virtue taught by : cfg - 3 — 62
transcendence : cfg - 3 — 62
ecstasy (ekstasis) : cfg - 3 — 63-4
faith : cfg - 3 — 63
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 3 — 63
Plato : cfg - 3 — 63-4
Symposium (Plato) : cfg - 3 — 63-4
wisdom, quest for : cfg - 3 — 63-4
Alcibiades : cfg - 3 — 64
Brahman : cfg - 3 — 64
Dionysus : cfg - 3 — 64
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 3 — 64
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 64
music : cfg - 3 — 64
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 3 — 64
Nirvana : cfg - 3 — 64
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 64
self-knowledge : cfg - 3 — 64
Silenus : cfg - 3 — 64
Socrates, rationalist tradition of : cfg - 3 — 64
Socrates, virtue taught by : cfg - 3 — 64
virtue : cfg - 3 — 64-6
Alcibiades : cfg - 3 — 65
anger : cfg - 3 — 65
death, contemplation of : cfg - 3 — 65
death, preparation for : cfg - 3 — 65
goodness : cfg - 3 — 65
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 65-6
Laches : cfg - 3 — 65-2
Plato : cfg - 3 — 65-70
Pythagoras : cfg - 3 — 65
sacrifice : cfg - 3 — 65-6
Silenus : cfg - 3 — 65
Socrates, death of : cfg - 3 — 65
Socrates, virtue taught by : cfg - 3 — 65
spirituality : cfg - 3 — 65
cosmos : cfg - 3 — 66
death, preparation for : cfg - 3 — 66
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 3 — 66
geometry, . : cfg - 3 — 66
mathematics : cfg - 3 — 66
morality : cfg - 3 — 66
personality : cfg - 3 — 66
Pythagoras : cfg - 3 — 66
Roman Catholic Church, reduced influence of : cfg - 3 — 66
soul : cfg - 3 — 66
beauty : cfg - 3 — 67
belief : cfg - 3 — 67
ego : cfg - 3 — 67
Eleusinian Mysteries : cfg - 3 — 67
Mysteries, Greek : cfg - 3 — 67
Phaedrus (Plato) : cfg - 3 — 67
philosophy, ancient perennial : cfg - 3 — 67
reason (logos), cultivation of : cfg - 3 — 67
ritual, initiation : cfg - 3 — 67-8
thought : cfg - 3 — 67
transcendence : cfg - 3 — 67
compassion, xvii : cfg - 3 — 68
light : cfg - 3 — 68-9
philosophy, written vs. oral : cfg - 3 — 68
Republic, The (Plato) : cfg - 3 — 68-9
soul : cfg - 3 — 68
sun : cfg - 3 — 68-9
transcendence : cfg - 3 — 68
atheism : cfg - 3 — 69
cosmos : cfg - 3 — 69
God, as unknowable : cfg - 3 — 69
goodness : cfg - 3 — 69
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 69-70
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 69
Laws, The (Plato) : cfg - 3 — 69
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 69
Socrates, death of : cfg - 3 — 69
soul : cfg - 3 — 69
theology : cfg - 3 — 69
Timaeus (Plato) : cfg - 3 — 69-70
animals : cfg - 3 — 70
Aristotle : cfg - 3 — 70-3
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 70-2
biology : cfg - 3 — 70
cosmos : cfg - 3 — 70
creation : cfg - 3 — 70
creation, ex nihilo (from nothing) : cfg - 3 — 70
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 3 — 70
Earth : cfg - 3 — 70
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 3 — 70-2
human beings, rationality of : cfg - 3 — 70
mathematics : cfg - 3 — 70
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 3 — 70-2
science, Aristotelian : cfg - 3 — 70-2
science, Greek : cfg - 3 — 70-2
soul : cfg - 3 — 70
universe, order and laws of : cfg - 3 — 70
contemplation : cfg - 3 — 71
Earth : cfg - 3 — 71
First Cause, r : cfg - 3 — 71
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 3 — 71
intellect : cfg - 3 — 71
joy : cfg - 3 — 71
morality : cfg - 3 — 71
planets : cfg - 3 — 71-2
Plato : cfg - 3 — 71
science, Western tradition of : cfg - 3 — 71
spiritual exercises : cfg - 3 — 71
stars : cfg - 3 — 71
thought : cfg - 3 — 71
truth : cfg - 3 — 71
women : cfg - 3 — 71
animals : cfg - 3 — 72
contemplation : cfg - 3 — 72
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 3 — 72
perfection : cfg - 3 — 72
reason (logos), cause and effect demanded by : cfg - 3 — 72
stars : cfg - 3 — 72
thought : cfg - 3 — 72
Yahweh : cfg - 3 — 72
Alexander the Great : cfg - 3 — 73
Aristotelianism : cfg - 3 — 73
atoms : cfg - 3 — 73-4
"bricolage," : cfg - 3 — 73
Cynicism : cfg - 3 — 73
Democritus : cfg - 3 — 73
Epicureanism : cfg - 3 — 73-4
Epicurus : cfg - 3 — 73
fear, liberation from : cfg - 3 — 73-4
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 3 — 73-5
Hellenism : cfg - 3 — 73
Leucippus : cfg - 3 — 73
meditation : cfg - 3 — 73
pain : cfg - 3 — 73
peace : cfg - 3 — 73
philosophy : cfg - 3 — 73
philosophy, written vs. oral : cfg - 3 — 73
Plato : cfg - 3 — 73
Platonism : cfg - 3 — 73
spirituality : cfg - 3 — 73
Stoicism : cfg - 3 — 73
Zeno : cfg - 3 — 73
belief : cfg - 3 — 74
compassion, xvii : cfg - 3 — 74
contemplation : cfg - 3 — 74
cosmos : cfg - 3 — 74
faith : cfg - 3 — 74
human beings, rationality of : cfg - 3 — 74
kindness : cfg - 3 — 74
meditation : cfg - 3 — 74
Metrodorus : cfg - 3 — 74
natural world, study of : cfg - 3 — 74
peace : cfg - 3 — 74
reason (logos), limitations of : cfg - 3 — 74
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 3 — 74
Spirit : cfg - 3 — 74
Stoicism : cfg - 3 — 74
universe, see also cosmos; Earth; planets; stars unknowing; : cfg - 3 — 74
wisdom, quest for : cfg - 3 — 74
Zeno : cfg - 3 — 74
Aristotle : cfg - 3 — 75
Egypt : cfg - 3 — 75
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 3 — 75
goodness : cfg - 3 — 75
Hebrew Bible : cfg - 3 — 75
Hellenism : cfg - 3 — 75
Homer : cfg - 3 — 75
human beings, God's connection to : cfg - 3 — 75
human beings, rationality of : cfg - 3 — 75
Jews : cfg - 3 — 75-8
Judaism : cfg - 3 — 75-6
Judaism, liturgy of : cfg - 3 — 75-6
Judaism, Prophets of : cfg - 3 — 75
Philo : cfg - 3 — 75
Plato : cfg - 3 — 75
Platonism : cfg - 3 — 75
ritual, sacrificial : cfg - 3 — 75
sacrifice : cfg - 3 — 75
Spirit : cfg - 3 — 75
spiritual exercises : cfg - 3 — 75
temples : cfg - 3 — 75-6
universe, order and laws of : cfg - 3 — 75
wisdom : cfg - 3 — 75
Word : cfg - 3 — 75
"bricolage," : cfg - 3 — 76

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