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Index




abortion, 99 guiding orders, 199“201
Abrams, Jerold J., 29 primary control, 200“203, 206“209
action, x“xii, xiii, 19, 43, 54, 58“60, 62, scienti¬c testing and status of, 195,
63“64, 67“70, 74“75, 85“86, 88“90, 203
alienation, 103, 106, 109
96“97, 99, 108, 112, 165“169,
somatic, 3, 27“28, 82“83
175“179, 183, 197“198, 212“215
contextuality of, 118, 184“185 Allen, Gay Wilson, 179
voluntary, 43, 117“118, 122“123, altruism, 153
Ames, Roger, 18
156“158, 188“194, 202
acuity, xiii, 3, 20, 38, 44, 153, 204, 216 anaesthesia, 210
adaptation, 143 anatomy, 137, 203, 208
Adorno, Theodor W., 27, 115 anger, 20, 116, 146“148, 150, 185
advertising, 6, 27“28 anhedonia, 36, 38“39
aerobics, 24, 29, 48 animals, 186, 197, 206, 209
aesthesis, 1, 19, 43, 53 anorexia, 26
aesthetic, the, 1, 26 Anscombe, Gertrude Elizabeth Margaret,
aesthetic experience, 42, 47, 124“126 112
aesthetic judgment, 112“113, 124, 134 anthropology, 129
aestheticism, 46“47 antisemitism, 112, 128“129
aesthetics, 11, 27“28, 84, 112“115, 123“127, anxiety, 20, 92“94, 121, 128, 137, 150, 169,
180, 184“185 174, 200, 208
AIDS (Acquired Immunode¬ciency Aristippus, 17
Syndrome), 31 Aristotle, 41, 181
ailments art, x“xi, xii, 46“47, 114“115, 124“126,
psychosomatic, 93, 96, 137, 158, 136, 137, 180, 197, 209“211
of living, 4, 37, 126
192
somatic, 83, 106, 110, 136“137, 155 artist, 84, 124
Al-Ghazzali, Abu Hamed, 43 asceticism, ix, 21, 37, 40, 44“46, 79, 141,
alcoholism, 165 173
Alexander, Albert Redden, 183, 193 Ascher, Carol, 79
Alexander, Frederick Matthias, 11“12, 18, Asian body disciplines, xiii, 12, 63, 162
association, 124, 135, 153, 174“175,
62, 64, 122, 169, 182“183, 189,
191“204, 206“214 199
Alexander Technique, xi“xiii, 7, 12, 20, 24, athleticism, 176
athletics (or sports), 2, 28, 48, 86“89,
44, 63, 66, 122, 158, 166, 183, 189,
192“204, 206“214 106“107, 130, 170

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