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Index

absolute omnipotence
29.3
abstract knowledge
14.2
analogical language
9.6
Anselm
30.1
appropriating life
12.4
Aquinas, T.
1.3 | 2.2 | 2.3 | 4.1 | 7. | 9.6 | 11.1 | 13. | 20.1 | 23.1 | 27.1 | 30.1 | 30.2 | 32.3.5
argument from being
8.3
argument from love
9.4
associative spaces
31.4
awareness
18.7 | 27.2
in animals and plants
27.4
of self
31.6
what it is not
27.3
Being itself
8.1
biology
32.5
causal sequences in physics
5.5.2
causal sets
31.3
cause
conditional forward
5.5.3
explanation
26.1
occasional
18.2
principal, instrumental, occasional
5.5.1
Christian theism
2.2
cognitive and connectionist nets
31.5
conditional forward causation
5.5.3
consciousness
2.6 | 18.7
correspondences
20.3 | 25.3
creation
evolution
2.5
ex nihilo
32.3.2
Darwin, C.
2.5
derivative dispositions
5.2
Descartes, R.
2.3 | 23.1 | 30.2
descent by modification
26.3
design argument
2.5
desire-thought-action
6.1.2
discrete degrees
18.4
discussion
4.6
dispositions
4.2 | 4.2
as units of understanding
6.1
beyond simple
5.1
derivative
physical
5.3
psychological
5.4
in nature
4.4
dispositions in psychology
4.8
divine
immanence
30.4
wisdom
14.3
dualism
30.5
energy
Energy
enneads
19.1
eternity
15.4
evidence
26.5
evolution
2.5 | 26.4 | 30.2
and creation
2.5
needed by God
26.2
firsts and lasts
30.2
foreknowledge
16.2
form
4.1
freedom
16.4
future
16.3
generation and selection
6.1.1
generation of spacetime
5.3.3
generative sequences
5.5
God
action
14.6
is good
9.3
source of understanding
14.5
triad within
14.7
God needs evolution
26.2
gravity
24.5
Greek philosophy
2.1
hard problem
27.1
heavenly states
23.5
human form
25.6
Hume, D.
2.4
identity
change and essence
6.5
personal
20.4
image of God
10.
immanence
15.2 | 30.4
influx
18.6
instrumental cause
5.5.1
intentionality
20.5
intentionality of the mental
4.9
itself
8.2
James, W.
2.6
Kant, I.
2.4 | 30.2
knowing causes and loves
14.1
law and intervention
20.6
Leibniz, G. W.
30.4
levels
philosophy of
6.4
life
12.1
appropriation
12.4
from god
18.5 | 20.2
of created beings
12.2
ours
12.3
retaining
17.1
logical problem of evil
29.2
love
and rationality
30.3
and substance
11.2
and thought
11.3
itself
11.1
relation to wisdom
14.4
selfless
9.2
unselfish
9.1
matter
4.1
mental dualism
30.5
methodology
of levels
21.2
microscopic mentality
22.2
mind
22.1
connections with body
25.2
distinct from bodies
25.4
growth
22.4
microscopic
22.2
of whole person
22.3
spirit and nature
17.2
substructures
22.5
modeling
31.1
physical
31.2
multiple spaces
18.3
natural laws
6.3
Newton, I.
2.3
occasional cause
5.5.1
occasionalism
18.2
omnipotence
15.3
absolute
29.3
ontology
4.5
dynamic
20.1
operations
18.1
order
production vs growth
22.4
Paley, W.
2.5
parapsychology
27.6
permanent development
28.2
philosophy
32.2
physical
models
31.2
sub-degrees
24.1
sub-sub-degrees
24.2
physics
24.3 | 32.6
new
24.4 | 24.5
selections
24.4
Plotinus
30.2
postulate
consciousness (17)
18.7
discreteness in nature (15)
17.1
God contains proceeding actions (13)
14.6
God exists (1)
7.
God is
a unity containing an infinity (11)
13.
being itself (3)
8.1
eternal (14)
15.4
life itself (7)
12.
love (6)
11.1
one (2)
7.
wisdom itself (12)
14.3
God loves us unselfishly (4)
9.1
life in accordance to actions (10)
12.4
our actions are our own (9)
12.4
relation between created realms (16)
18.3
we live from God (8)
12.3
world is image of God (5)
10.
pregeometry
5.3.3 | 24.5
principal cause
5.5.1
problem of evil
29.1
production vs growth
22.4
psychology
32.4
quantum
measurement
5.3.1
quantum gravity
24.5
quantum influences
2.7
quantum physics
4.7
rational theology
30.1
rationality
and love
30.3
realms
17.3
recursively nested hierarchy
31.7
relations between degrees
25.1
retaining life
17.1
scientific analyses
4.3
scientific revolution
2.3
Scotus, D.
9.6
selflessness
9.2
space
17.3
associative
31.4
multiple
18.3
Spinoza, B.
2.3
spiritual
23.1
common misconceptions
23.2
growth
28.1
what is not
28.3
in life
23.4
mental and physical
17.2
relation with natural
25.5
sub-degrees
23.3
stages
of emotional development
22.6
of spiritual growth
28.4
substance
4.1
and love
11.2
history of
6.2
Swedenborg, E.
2.4 | 30.1 | 30.2 | 30.2
theistic science
beginning
21.1
theology
32.3
rational
30.1
thought
and love
11.3
time
16.1
future
16.3
timing of consciousness
27.5
transcendence
15.1
triad within god
14.7
unselfish love
9.1
virtual processes
5.3.2
Whitehead, A. N.
2.6
wisdom
relation to love
14.4



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