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Englandcontd.

in, 461; and wealth in foui>

teen til century, 502
England, Bank of, 621, 627
England, Church of, 539, 625, 645
Enneads (Plotinus), 311-20, 443
ens rea'isshnum, 736
entel£chy> ^90 A

enthusiasm, 34, 37, 184, 729 environment, 820, 852, 854, 855-6 envy, 157 Ephesians, 23, 60 Ephesus, 23, 59, 173, 388, 396, 404 Epictetus, 264»,, 276, 277, ^282,

283; 284, 285, 286-8, 290, 300 Epicureanism, 192, 241, 253, 263-

74, 275, 299, 300, 311, 320, 390,

558 Epicurus, 84, 86, 263-74, 278, 411,

789; and utilitarians, 803, 804 epicycles, 552 Epimenides, 346

episcopate, 415-17. Sec also bishops epistemology, 729, 739, 743, 788,

See also theory of knowledge equality, 160, 161; of man, in

ancient philosophy> 136, 196,

211, 213, 293; of man, in modern

philosophy, 205, 572, 621, 722,

753' 75<>» 793> 803; of women,

132, 750

Erasmus, 533-8, 544 Erastianism, 382 Erastus. See Luher Eratosthenes, 239, 246 Erigena, Johannes Scotus* See

John the Scot Erinyes, 63 Ero6, 37 error(s), 849; in Aristotle, 184, 220-

I, 223-5; in Platonic theory of

ideas, 148 eschatology, 382-3 Essais philosophiques (Descartes),

583

Essay Concerning Human Under­standing (Locke), 628, 630 j(f. Essay on Man (Pope), 390 Essay on Miracles (Hume), 685 Essays on Government (Locke), 657 Essence, 148, 166, 167, 168, 317, 4x5, 488, 489, 609, 635; and Aquinas, 476, 477, 478, 488;

Essencecontd.

and Aristotle, 188-9, 191, 192,

223-5

essences, 158, 160, 162 Essenes, 334 n. Essex, Robert Devereux, Earl of,

563

Este family, 605

Esthonia, 659

eternity, 56, 65, 166, 316, 786, 848

ethic(s), 99, 136, I37~8> 326, 756, 805-6, 863; and Aquinas, 480-2; aristocratic, 796; and Aristotle, 153,195~2o6,*2i6; and Bentham, 805; Christian, in, 320; con­templative ideal in, 53; and differences between Continental and British philosophy, 669-70; and Epicurus, 268; and good of community, 738; Greek, 52-3, 6ir 82, 92, in, 320; in Hellen­istic world, 250; and Helve'tms, 749; and James, 842-3; Jewish,* 339^40; and Kant, 291, 736-8; and Locke, 637-41, 651; and Marx, Si 6; and More, 542; and Nietzsche, 61, 789-91, 795-7, 799-800; "noble," 670; and Plato, 126, 154, 377; romantic, 708; and Rousseau, 713.^.; and Schopenhauer, 783-5, 788; and Socrates, 93, in, 126; and Spinoza, 592, 593jff-'> a*nd Stoic­ism, 275, 281, 289-92; and utilitarians, 730, 807

Ethics (Spinoza), 592 ff., 605

Etna, 72

Eton, 245 ft.

Euclid, 55, 169, 232, 233-4, 246, 257) 269, 460, 487, 595, 639, 740,

743

Eudoxus, 232-3

Eugene, Prince, 606

Eugenius IV, Pope, 506, 507, 519

Eugenius, usurper in Roman Em­pire, 357

eunuchs, 347

Euripides, 33, 36, 37, 38, 77, Si, too, 107, 207, 568

Eustochijam, 361-2

Euthydemus (Plato), 96

Evagrius, 393

Evans, Sir Arthur, 24, 25

879


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