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(LESARISM, the counterpoise of equality, i. 229, 230.
Cartesian dualism, ii. 122.
Catholic superstition, ii. 141.
Catholicism, i. 93.

essence of, i. 214.

and revolution, ii, 67.
Causeries Athéniennes, Cherbuliez, i. 176.
Cellérier on St. James, i. 53.
Chance and Providence, i. 306.
Change not improvement, 251.

persistence in, ii. 89.

rules the world, i. 215.
Changeable character, Amiel's, i. 281, 301.
Character, how to judge, ii. 317.

temperament, and individuality, ii. 47.

and will, Amiel's lack of, i. 180.
Charity, democratic character of, ii. 269.
Charm, ii. 113.
Châteaubriand, i. 146, 245.

and Rousseau, i. 148.
Cherbuliez, i. 312.

Mephistophelian novel, ii. 216.
on chivalry, etc., i.

175)

218.
Cherry trees and lilacs, i. 3.
Childhood, Amiel's second, i. 219.

blessings of, i. 296.
first conversations of, i. 53.

revived impressions of, ii. 165.
Children, i. 152.
Chivalry, Cherbuliez on, i. 175.
Christendom and Ascension Day, ii. 270.
Christian nations, aspiration of, ii. 526.

preaching, confusions of, ii. 161.
Christianity a vast ocean, ii. 18.

different aspects of, ii. 19.
essence of, i. 82.

Christianity from a human point of view, ii. 14.

historical aspects of, ii. 120.
liberal, ii. 34.
of dignity instead of humility, i. 174.
and reconciliation, ii. 272.
v. religion, i. 271.
task of, i, 6, 8, 72, 73.

true, i. 214.
Church and State, proper aims of, ii. 267.

separation, rejected by the Genevese people, ii. 297.
Churches (the) and Jesus, ii. 3.
Churchyard, reflections in

a,
ii.

170.
Cid and Rodogune, artificiality of, i. 196.
Circumstances, force of, ii. 197.

influence of, i. 232.
Civilisation, corrupting tendency of, ii. 287.

confounded with the inner life, i. 92.

in the light of religion, ii. 55.
Claparède, Edouard, i. 292.
Classification of men, twofold, ii. 322.
Cleanthus, ii. 31.
Cleons, modern, i. 214.
Clever folk defined, ii. 246.
Cleverness, negative character of, i. 300.
Cohabitation of individuals, man's chief problem, ii. 262.
Cohesion essential to society, i. 277.
Comic poets, rôle of the, ii. 215.
Common sense, i. 76.

v. the ideal, i. 126.
rebellion against, ii. 168.

worship, i. 44.
Commune of Paris, ii. 105.
Compliance, good-humoured, ii. 154.
Composition, Amiel's laborious, ii. 191.

the process of, ii. 244.
Compound character of Amiel, ii. 42.

Condorcet's theory, i. 92.
Conflict, man's perpetual, ii. 225.
Conscience, ii. 134.

abdication of the, ii. 69.
appeal of, i, 17, 21.
v. cleverness, ii. 216.
corruption of the, i. 240.
and faith, i. 107, 108.
and history, i. 36.
individualised by, i. 254.
v. reality, ii. 59.
v. taste, ii. 269.

the voice of God, ii, 266.
Consciousness compared to a book, ii. 165.
Consideration,' definition of, ii. 186.

unsought by Amiel, ii. 186.
Constant, Benjamin, ii. 185.
Contemplation, Amiel's milieu, i. 303.

contrasted with action, i. 303.

passionate temperament incapable of, i. 291.
Contentment, ii. 311.

apostolic, ii. 7.

and submission, ii. 177.
Contradictory aspirations, ii. 213.
Contraries, marriage of, ii. 196.
Coppée François, ii. 195.
Coquerel, ii. 37
Corinne, 1, 141.
Corneille's heroes, rôles not men, i. 198.
Courage, Amiel's want of, ii. 145.
Creation, the act of, ii. 194.
Credulity, freedom from, 1. 276.
Creed, Amiel's want of a, ii. 157.
Critic, the, i. 76.

the conscientious, i. 152.
the true, ii. 40, 51, 245, 248, 255.

Critical faculty, abuse of the, i. 114.

lucidity, ii. 125.
Criticism a gift, ii. 248.
indifferent, i.

193.
Cross, apotheosis of the, ii. 63, 65.

(one's) made heavier by repulsion, i. 11.
Crowd (the) and the individual, i. 254.

instinct and passion of the, ii. 163.
Crowd worship, i. 227.
Crucifixion, the, ii. 63.
Culture, modern, ii. 255.
Cynic, egotism of the, ii. 87.

DANTE, i. 81.

in hell, i. 243.
Darwinism, ii. 237.

counterpoised by equality, ii. 267.

inconsistencies of, ii. 213.
Dead and living, the, ii. 171.

want of respect for the, i. 177.
Death, i. 102.

Amiel's anticipation of, ii. 335-342.
anticipation of, ii. 249-253.
certainty of, i. 168.
death of, ii. 63.

speculations respecting, ii. 166.
De Candolle, ii. 5.
Democracy unfavourable to high art, i. 292.

evil results of, ii. 5.
fickleness of, ii. 103.
fiction of, i. 231; ii. 104.
results of, ii. 294.

weakness of, ii. 84.
Democratic era, i. 29, 227-232.
Demos, stupidity of, ii. 103.
Dependence and liberty, i. 267.

Depersonalisation, Amiel's, ii. 304.
Descartes on fame, ii. 211.
Desert, the traveller of the, ii. 282.
Desolation and daylight, ii. 138.
Despair, resignation of, ii. 178.
Despotic government and intellectual anarchy, i. 277.
Despotism, i, 267.

and materialism, i. 60.

of Russia, i. 122.
Detritus of past eras, ii. 147.
Diderot, i. 311.
• Die unto sin,' i. 158.
Discontentment, i. 151.
Discouragement, Amiel's sin, i. 181.
Discrimen ingeniorum, i. 84.
Disraeli's Lothair, ii. 67.
Distilled history, ii. 205.
Divine, glimpses of the, i. 107.

and human union, ii. 18.

will, acceptation of the, ii. 220.
Divinity, multiplication of, ii. 308.
Doctor, the model, ii, 153.
Doctors, causes of their mistakes, ii. 152.
Dollar, the almighty, ii. 62.
Double, a characteristic of perfection, i. 224.
Double-faced life, i. 22.
Doubt, i. 158.

and atheism, ii. 17.

and obedience, i. 277.
Doudan's Lettres et Mélanges, ii. 207–211.
Dragonfly symbol, ii. 283.
Dream-aspect of life, i. 220.
Dreaming, i. 153.
Dreamland and action, ii. 291.
Dreams, ii. 9.

helpfulness of, i. 178.

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