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Deception, 25 n. 1

Deductive method, lvi, 8 n. 1
Definition, logic of, xxix, xxxix-xli ·
Delight in, to, 277

Deliverances, the, 63

Demokritus, xlviii, liii, lvi

De Morgan, xliv n.

Derived form, xlvii et seq., 172 n. 1

Desire, as morally sound conation, 5 n. 1, 15 n. 2, 16; as
unsound, 43 n. 3, 44 n. 3, 100 n. 2, 292 n. 1; as a
dominant influence, 77 n. 1, 145 et seq., 270 n. 1;
and doubt, 115 n.
Detachment of thought, 359

Deussen, Prof., xlviii n.

Devas, xxvii, xlv, xlvi

Devouring, 277

Dhammadinna, lxii, xcii, 257 n. 2

Dhamma-Sangani, xviii, passim

Digha Nikaya, xxxvi, passim
Discernment, 18

Discipline, 259 n. 1

Discrimination, lxviii, 18, 39 n.

Disinterestedness, lxiii, 39, etc., 48, 50, 68, 123, 170, 333;

spurious, 65 n. 1, 106, 134, 157, 256

Disorder, moral, 111, 283

Distraction, lxix, 116

Dogmatize, inclination to, 305

Dominant influence, 76 et seq., 95, 145 et seq., 270

Door of the faculties, 350 et seq.

Door-theory of cognition, xxiv, liv n., lxviii, lxxviii, 2 n. 3,

129 n., 132 n., 158 n., 161 n.

Doubt, 44 n. 3, 115, 260

Douglas, C., xvi

Dulness, 96 n. 1, 102, 116 n. 6, 262 et seq., 283; absence of,
xci, 18, 22, 125 n. 2, 136, 162, 276, 283

Duns Scotus, xxv

Earth, xlvii, 1, lxi, lxiii, 18 n. 2, 197, 241; earth-gazing,

43 et seq.

Ease, lxxxiv-lxxxvii, 6, 12, 19, 27, 44, 45, 48, 50, 99 n. 3,
170, 256, 333, 362

Ecclesiastes, 99 n. 2

Ecstasy, of joy, 11 n. 4; in contemplation, see Jhana
Education of the Buddhist, xvi. See Culture
Effect. See Result

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Element (d h à tu), lxxvii et seq., 26, 30, 129, 197 n. 2, 214,
228, 347

Elements (the four), xli, xlvii et seq., 1, li, lvi, 166 n. 2,
201 n. 2; in the organism, 1, 173 n. 1, 174 et seq.; and
touch, lv-lvii, 127 n. 1. See Space
Elimination, 53 n. 1, 72 n. 1, 250
Eliot, George, lxviii

Ellis, Havelock, 62 n.

Emancipation, lxxxiv, lxxxvii, xc, 63 n. 3, 357 n. 1, 359
Emotional, 265 n. 4

Empedokles, liii, lxi, lxxviii n. 3

Emptiness-concept, xxxvi, 33, 91 et seq., 129 n., 139 et seq.
Endeavour, 15, 19, 358

Endurance, 16

Energy, 15, 20, 76 et seq., 149, 159 n., 207 n. 1, 358
Envy, 100 n. 2, 299

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Eternalism, 84 n. 2, 101 n. 5, 293 n. 4, 294 n. 2, 343
Ethics, Buddhist, xvi, xxxii, lxxxii-xcv; applied, xxx; as
Pessimistic, lxvii, lxxxvi, xciv; as Optimistic, lxvii;
psychical training in, xciv

Eudæmonia, lxxxiii

Euripides, 194 n. 1

Evasion, 116

Evolution of form, xlvii, lix, 195; of sex, 190 n. 3

Excess, 355; absence of, ibid.

Excitement, 23 n. 2, 25 n. 3, 84 n. 2, 100 n. 2, 118-120, 312

Experience, xvii, xxxii, 7 n. 1, 13, 270

Experientialism, lxxiii

Explanation, 340 n. 2

Expression, xlviii, 341. See Intimation

External, xlii, 1, lxi, 207, 220 et seq., 272, 321, 365

Faculties, xlvii, lvii et seq., 26, etc., 31, 94, 190 et seq., 204,

215, 222, 229, 237, 247

Failure, moral, 355

Faith, 13 n. 2, 14, 20, 46 n. 1, 85, 115 n. 3, 174 n.

Fallacy, in theory, 355

Fausböll, Prof., 323 n.

Fawning, 276

Feeling, 6, 12 n. 2, 27, 127, 341 n. 1; painful, see Ill;

neutral, 39, 50 n. 1, 123 n. 3, 124, 127 n. 1, 130,
187 n. 2, 353

Felicity, 12

Femininity, 172, 190

Fetters, the, 101, 169; the three, 257, 262; the ten, 297

et seq

Fiery (lambent) element, 197 et seq., 242

Fitness, 24, 25

Floods, the, 103 n. 1, 169, 308

Fixed as to consequences, 266, 336

Fluid element, xlvii, xlviii, 197, 200, 201 n. 4, 217 et seq., 242
Food, of devas, xliv n.; bodily, xlvii, xlviii, lix, 196
Foolish or discreet, 339

Fording place, 101

Forgetfulness, 353

Form (ru pam), as species of states,' xxx, xli, 165 et seq.;
as unmoral, xxxi, lix, xciii, 168 n. 1, 169; as external
world, xxxv, xlii, xlvii, lx; as visual object, xlii, xliii,
280; as a realm of being, xliii et seq., lxxxix, 43 et seq.,
79, 136, 162, 280, 334; as skandha, xlvii et seq., lx;
exposition of, 168 et seq.; as non-mental, lix; as
derived or underived, xlvii, 172 et seq., 197 et seq., 220
et seq., 232 et seq., 243; modes, or qualities of, xlvii,
lix, 218; evolution of, xlvii, lix, 173, 195 et seq., 218,
342; impermanence of, xlvii, lix, 196, 219; as limited,
58, 170; as infinite, 61; as visible or not, lii, 221, 234;
as beautiful or ugly, 60

Formless heavens, lxxxix, 71 et seq., 80, 137, 163, 334
Foul Things, the, 53 n.; Jhana of, 69

Freedom. See Emancipation

Friendship with evil, 344; with good, 345

Fruit, fruition, 139 n., 166 n., 264, 323 n., 357, 359, 367

Garbe, Prof., xliii n., lviii n.

Gaseous element, 116 n. 6, 173 n., 197, 242

Gaya, xxi, xxiii

Generalization, metaphysical importance of, xxxix; as a
psychological pis-aller, xl

Generosity, 22 n. 3, 299

Genesis, of thoughts, lxxv, 1 et seq., 361 et seq.; of mirth,

156 n.

Genetic treatment, xvii, lxxii

Goethe, xxxv, lxi n., lxix

Gogerly, xxxiii n.

Gold, 184, 195 n.

Good, lxxxii-lxxxiv, lxxxvii, xciii; causes or roots of, 4 n.,
21, 250; the general, 276; transcending what is good,
xciv, 358
Gotama, constructive genius, xxv; non-animistic doctrine,
xxxvi, lxiii, lxxi, lxxx, lxxxi; defines wisdom, 17 n. 2;
on conscience, 20 n.; methods in teaching, xxvi, 52 n. 1,
58 n.; smiles, 158 n.; on siesta, 312 n. 2; on ecstasy,
lxxxix n. 2; on Nirvana, xcii

Grasp, 25, 116, 355

Grasping, 169, 201 et seq., 220 et seq., 234, 253, 257 n. 2,
321, 323 et seq.

Greed, 21 n. 3, 277

Grimblot, lxv n.

Grip, of opinion, 101

Gross, 207, 223, 234, 236, 238

Happiness, lxxxiv, 50, 68 n. 1, 78; associate of good
thoughts, 1 et seq.; of bad thoughts, 98 et seq.; of
indeterminate states, 132, 135, 162

Hardy, Prof. E., xxvii n., lxv

Hardy, R. Spence, li, 16 n. 1, 48 n. 2, 50 n. 1, 65 n. 1,
69 n. 2, 74 n., 173 n., 323 n.

Hate, 99 n. 3, 111, 262 et seq., 282; absence of, 21, 136,
162, 275; ageing effect of, 22 n. 3

Hearing, 178

Heart, lxxviii et seq., 8 n. 1, 9

Heaven, the Buddhist, xliv, 259 n. 3; of Form, xliv, xlv;

the Formless. See Formless

Hebrews, Ep. to the, 261 n. 2

Hedonism, lxxxiv et seq.

Hereafter, theory of the, 343

Hermaphrodites in the Order, 191 n.

Hindrances, the, 44 n. 3, 169, 310 et seq.

Hobbes, lxxxviii

Höffding, Prof. H., lxix n.

Homer, 194 n. 1

Hume, his phenomenalism, xxxiv, xxxviii, lxx et seq., lxxx,
207 n. 1; on impressions, etc., 2 n. 1

Iddhi, 17 n. 2, 338 n.

Iddhipadas, Four, 77 n. 1, 94

Idea, lxxvi, 2 nn. 1, 3, 77 n., 321

Ideal, higher, lxxxiv, lxxxix et seq., xciv, 82 et seq., 91 n. 2,
94, 138, 266 n. 2, 335 n. 2; intellectual nature of
Indian, xci

Ideating faculty (m a no), lxviii; defined, lxxvi, lxxviii et
seq., 2 n. 3, 7 n. 1, 9, 19; 27, 29, 30, 72 n. 2, 128 n. 2,

129, 154, 161 n., 170 n. 6, 239 n., 318

Ignorance, 13 n. 2, 103, 274 n., 291 n., 294, 310 n. 1, 338,
342

Ignorant average man, 258

Ill, lxii, lxxxiv, xci, xcv, 6 n. 1, 12 n. 3, 17 n. 2, 22 n. 3, 50,
82 n. 2, 91 n. 2, 110, 111, 152, 276, 281, 283, 348, 363
Ill-will. See Malice

Image, lxxxviii, 43 n. 4; after-image, lxxxviii

Imagination. See Ideating faculty

Impact, in sensation, lii et seq., 5 n. 2, 233, 235

Impartiality, 39 n.

Impermanence, xlvii, lxxx, 17 n. 2, 22 n. 3, 53 n., 69 n. 2,
171, 173. See Form

Impression, sense-, xlviii, lii et seq., 2 n. 1, 178 n. 1
Inception, 15, 357

Independence (a pariggaho), 21 n. 3

Indeterminate states, xxxi, xxxii, xlix, xci et seq., 123 et seq.,

165, 251

Individuality, xciv, 257
Indriyas. See Faculties
Inertia. See Sluggishness.
Infatuation, 102, 276
Infected, 316

Inference, xliii, 8 n. 1; in sense-perception, 239 n.

Infinite (a pp aman am), notion of, 55, 60, 265, 272 n. 6;
(an antava m), 343

Insight, xxxvi, lxviii, 18, 25, 96 n. 2, 100 n. 1, 256 et seq.,
331 et seq., 354

Integration, 173, 195

Intellect, lxiii, lxxxi, 9, 29, 318; as a Kasiņa, 57 n. 2;
sphere of Infinite, I., 73. And see Cognition

Intellection, 8 n. 1, 31. And see Cognition, Intellect

Intelligence, 18, 25; lack of, 354

Intention, 11, 19, 47 n. 2, 84 n. 1, 130 n. 2

Interpretation, 341

Intimation, xlvii, 173, 192 et seq., 217, 222, 230

Intoxicants (a sa va s), xxxvii, 291 et seq., 359

Introspection, lxiv, xciv, 366

Intuition, 53 n., 54 et seq.

Investigation, 11 n. 2, 77 et seq., 149, 270

Jaina Sutras, li

James, Prof. W., 207 n. 1

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