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Duped, fear of being, ii. 16.
Dupes, mental, ii. 198.
Dutchman, twofold aspect of the, ii. 150.
Duty, i. 5, 20, 134, 156; ii. 86, 275.

double power of, i. 8.
ignored by both equality and Darwinism, ii. 267.
negative, ii. 92.
and pleasure, ii. 190.
power of the idea of, i. 190.
the human pole-star, i. 296.
the sign of nobility, i. 269.
the viaticum of life, ii. 26.
and trial, i, 260.

v. the individual, ii. 295.
Dying, words and looks of the, ii. 14, 15.
East and West contrasted, i. 251.
Ecclesiastical struggles, worthlessness of, i. 270, 271.
Education and development, ii. go.
Effect, the misfortune of Victor Hugo, i. 202.
Effort of modern morality, ii. 91.
Ego, Claparède's view of the, i. 292, 293.
Egotism, i. 30, 36.
Eighteenth century criticism, ii. 160.
Emerson's ideal, i, 37, 46.
English children, ii. 126.

homes, attractiveness of, ii. 126.
Englishmen, twofold character of, i. 264.
Enthusiasm, cultivation of, i. 212.

two forms of, ii. 140.
Enthusiastic women, ii. 140.
Epicureanism, intellectual, i. 190.
Epicurism, ii. 53.
Epicurus, ii. 276.
Epigrammatic productions, ii. 318.
Equality a bad principle, i. 215, 229.

doctrines ii. 104.

Equality of functions, American, ii. 61.

results of, i. 28–30; ii. 5, 263.

the counterpoise of Darwinism, ii. 267.
Equilibrium of forces, i. 120.
• Errare, humanum est,' ii. 290.
Error, emancipation from, ii. 125.
Errors, moral and psychological, ii. 161.
E sempre bene, ii. 310.
Esoteric beauty, ii. 113.
Esprit defined, ii, 257.
Essay, function of the, ii. 235.
Etrangères, Amiel's, ii. 199.
Evil, problem of, ii. 29.

transfiguration of, i. 97.
ignored by Pelletan, i. 92.

by V. Hugo, i. 200.
Examination v. affirmation, ii. 123.
Example, a good, ii. 105.

importance of, i. 54.
Existence, submission to the laws'of, ii. 154.
Experience, individual and collective, ii. 159.
Extempore preachers, ii. 138.
Extremes, reconciliation of, ii. 129.

FAIR-MINDEDNESS, rarity of, ii. 221.
Fairy tales, their truth, i. 46.
Fais ce que dois, advienne que pourra, ii. 266,
Faith defined, ii. 118.

has no proofs, ii. 276.
narrow v. enlightened, ii. 120.
of the present, the, ii. 212.
and science, ii. 66.

and truth, ii. 119.
False flag of Christendom, ii. 215.

originality, ii. 230.
shame, Amiel's, ii, 145.

Fame, achievement of, ii. 211.
Family life, value of, ii. 127.
Fanatics, Indian, ii. 22.
Fastidium, how to avoid, ii. 309.
Faust, i. 157
Feeling v. irony, ii. 217.

precedes will, i. 88.

respect for, i. 48.
Feeling, suppression of, ii. 87, 97.

the bread of angels, i. 238.

and thought, ii. 139.
Feminine nature, infirmity of the, ii. 139.
Festinat ad eventum, ii. 346.
Feuerbach, i, 25.
Feuille Centrale de Zofingen, ii. 308.
Fiat justitia, pereat mundus, ii. 59.
Fichte, i. 36, 294.
Finite and infinite, ii. 170.
Flânerie, i. 52.
Flattery of the multitude, ii. 162.
Fog, poetry of, i. 260.
Fontaine's defects and beauties, ii. 230.
Fontanès, ii. 37.
Fools, behaviour towards, i. 103.
Force, external, ii. 214.
Forces, opposing, i. 120.
Fragmentary contemplation, ii. 255.
France, Christianity in, ii. 232.

fundamental error of, ii. 141.
v. Geneva, ii. 306.
and Germany, ii. 97.
philosophic superficiality of, i. 93.

the centre of the world, i. 289.
Francis of Assisi, i. 274.
Frankness and self-knowledge, women deficient in, ii.

16.

Freethinkers, puerility of the, ii. 68.
Freethought, republic of, ii. 160.
French Academy, eloquence of the, ii. 183.

drama, an oratorical tournament, i. 199.
and German literature contrasted, i. 312.
ignorance of liberty, ii. 74.
literary method, ii. 75.
love of æsthetics, üi. 236.
mind, i. 186; ü. 179.
philosophy, i. 141.
poets, modern, ü, 243.
symbolical authority of the, ii. 75.
republicanism, ii. 80.

vivacity of the, i. 199.
Friends, choice of, ii. 324.
Future state, mystery of the, i. 283; ii. 41.

Gaiety and sadness, ii. 245.
Galiani, i. 312.
Gallery, playing to the, ii. 180, 186.
Galley-slaves, modern, ii. 91.
Geneva, appeal to, ii. 297.

characteristics of, ii. 301.
v. France, ii. 306.

oath of old, ii. 331.
Genevese Liberalism, i. 145.
Genghis Khan, ii. 285.
Genius and talent, i. 134.

writers of, ii. 48.
Gentleman defined, i. 262, 265.

the Shibboleth of England, i. 262.
German and French literature contrasted, i. 312.

novels, ii. 97
society, vulgarity of, ii. 97.

thinkers, their repugnance to public life, i. 68.
Germanic mind, tendency of the, ii. 239.

Germans, artistic devotion of the, ii. 239.

the, masters of the philosophy of life, i. 119.
Germany and France, ii. 95.
Germs of good and bad in every heart, i. 226.
Gethsemane, ii. 338.
Ghost, Amiel a living, ii. 314.
Gifts considered acquisitions, 57.
Gioberti on the French mind, ii. 178.
Gioconda, la, ii. 196, 256.
Glory of God, ii. 220.
Glow-worm, i. 58.
God, communion with, i. 1.

conquest of, i. 98, 115.
harmony with, i. 286; ii. 7.

life in, i. 214.
God and my right,' i. 262; ii. 127.

and Nature contrasted, i. 250.
recognition of, ii. 69.
submission to, i. 258; ii. 178, 334, 335, 347, 350.

will of, ii. 173.
God's love and chastisement, ii. 272.

omnipresence, ii. 198.

perfection, ii. 90.
Goethe, i. 45.

contrasted with Rousseau, i. 248.
on fame, ii. 211.

on self-obscurity, i. 185.
Goethe's want of soul, ii. 107.

complex nature, ii. 108.
"Good news' of Christianity, ii, 17.
Good society,' ii. 97.
Good, sum of, perhaps always the same, ii. 6.
victory of, i. 241;

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29.
Goodness and beauty, ii. 217.

character of, ii. 263.
conquests of, ii. 238.

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