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This list was compiled from the following sources, which should be consulted for further information on each topic:

  • History of Ideas Encyclopedia (archive)
  • Dictionary of the History of Ideas

The list originally contained 340, now only 11 remain (97% done).

The list

  1. Mathematics in cultural history
  2. Metaphysical imagination
  3. Murray Murphey (1928–)
  4. Oriental ideas in American thought
  5. Ethics of peace
  6. Perfectibility of man
  7. Periodization in literary history
  8. Prophecy in the Middle Ages
  9. Uniformitarianism and catastrophism
  10. Uniformitarianism in linguistics
  11. Social attitudes towards women

No single source was used in toto.

Suggestions for non-inclusion

The following are judged to be either essayic and non-encyclopedic titles for articles, or they are based on arbitrary division (e.g. of time) or compactions of subjects that Wikipedia may not choose to emulate.

  1. Abstraction in the Formation of Concepts
  2. Alienation in Christian Theology
  3. Alienation in Hegel and Marx
  4. Allegory in literary history
  5. Ambiguity as Aesthetic Principle
  6. Analogy in Early Greek Thought
  7. Analogy in Patristic and Medieval Thought
  8. Analogy of the Body Politic
  9. Ancients and Moderns in the Eighteenth Century
  10. Anthropomorphism in science
  11. Antinomy of pure reason
  12. Appearance and reality
  13. Art and play
  14. Atomism: Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century
  15. Atomism in the Seventeenth Century
  16. Theories of Beauty to the Mid-Nineteenth Century
  17. Theories of Beauty Since the Mid-Nineteenth Century
  18. Biological Conceptions in Antiquity
  19. Biological Homologies and Analogies
  20. Causation in history
  21. Causation in Islamic thought
  22. Causation in the Seventeenth Century
  23. Causation in the Seventeenth Century, Final Causes
  24. Certainty in Seventeenth- Century Thought
  25. Certainty Since the Seventeenth Century
  26. Chance images
  27. China in Western Thought and Culture
  28. Christianity in History
  29. Church as an Institution
  30. Continuity and Discontinuity in Nature and Knowledge
  31. Cosmology from Antiquity to 1850
  32. Cosmology Since 1850
  33. Cultural development in antiquity
  34. Culture and Civilization in Modern Times
  35. Determinism in Theology: Predestination
  36. Epicureanism and free will
  37. Experimental Science and Mechanics in the Middle Ages
  38. Form in the History of Aesthetics
  39. Fortune, Fate, and Chance
  40. Freedom of Speech in Antiquity
  41. Genius from the Renaissance to 1770
  42. Genius: Individualism in Art and Artists
  43. Idea of God from Prehistory to the Middle Ages
  44. Idea of God, 1400-1800
  45. Idea of God Since 1800
  46. Concept of Gothic
  47. Happiness and Pleasure
  48. Harmony or Rapture in Music
  49. Heresy in the Middle Ages
  50. Heresy, Renaissance and Later
  51. Historical and dialectical materialism
  52. The Influence of Ideas on Ancient Greek Historiography
  53. Humanism in Italy
  54. Ideal in Philosophy from the Renaissance to 1780
  55. Impiety in the Classical World
  56. Imprinting and Learning Early in Life
  57. Inheritance of Acquired Characteristics (Lamarckian)
  58. Inheritance Through Pangenesis
  59. Irrationalism in the History of Philosophy
  60. Islamic Conception of Intellectual Life
  61. Ancient Greek Ideas of Law
  62. Ancient Roman Ideas of Law
  63. Natural Law and Natural Rights
  64. Linguistic Theories in British Seventeenth-Century Philosophy
  65. Literature and Its Cognates
  66. Man-Machine from the Greeks to the Computer
  67. Marxist Revisionism: from Bernstein to Modern Forms
  68. Relativity of Standards of Mathematical Rigor
  69. Changing Concepts of Matter from Antiquity to Newton
  70. Metaphor in religious discourse
  71. Motif in Literature: the Faust Theme
  72. Literary Attitudes Toward Mountains
  73. Music and Science
  74. Music as a Demonic Art
  75. Music as a Divine Art
  76. Myth in Antiquity
  77. Myth in Biblical Times
  78. Myth in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
  79. Myth in English Literature: Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
  80. Myth in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries
  81. Myth in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
  82. Medieval and Renaissance Ideas of Nation
  83. Newton and the Method of Analysis
  84. Newton's Opticks and Eighteenth-Century Imagination
  85. Rhetoric and Literary Theory in Platonism
  86. Platonism in Philosophy and Poetry
  87. Platonism Since the Enlightenment
  88. Poetry and Poetics from Antiquity to the Mid-Eighteenth Century
  89. Positivism in Europe to 1900
  90. Positivism in Latin America
  91. Positivism in the Twentieth Century (Logical Empiricism)
  92. Pre-Platonic Conceptions of Human Nature
  93. Primitivism in the Eighteenth Century
  94. Probability: Objective Theory
  95. Progress in Classical Antiquity
  96. Progress in the Modern Era
  97. Psychological Ideas in Antiquity
  98. Psychological Schools in European Thought
  99. Psychological Theories in American Thought
  100. Pythagorean Doctrines to 300 B.C.
  101. Pythagorean Harmony of the Universe
  102. Rationality Among the Greeks and Romans
  103. Religion and Science in the Nineteenth Century
  104. Religious Enlightenment in American Thought
  105. Renaissance Idea of the Dignity of Man
  106. Renaissance literature and historiography
  107. Rhetoric after Plato
  108. Right and good
  109. Romanticism (Ca. 1780-Ca. 1830)
  110. Romanticism in Political Thought
  111. Romanticism in Post-Kantian Philosophy
  112. Victorian Sensibility and Sentiment
  113. Skepticism in Antiquity
  114. Skepticism in Modern Thought
  115. Social Democracy in Germany and Revisionism
  116. Formal Theories of Social Welfare
  117. Socialism from Antiquity to Marx
  118. Sublime in External Nature
  119. Taste in the History of Aesthetics from the Renaissance to 1770
  120. Temperance (so-Phrosyne-) and the Canon of the Cardinal Virtues
  121. Unity of Science from Plato to Kant
  122. Virtù in and Since the Renaissance
  123. War and Militarism
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