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Knihy Knihy 110 z 149 na dotaz If these positions are well based, it follows that our mental conditions are simply....
" If these positions are well based, it follows that our mental conditions are simply the symbols in consciousness of the changes which take place automatically in the organism ; and that, to take an extreme illustration, the feeling we call volition is... "
The Nature of Mind and Human Automatism - Strana 107
autor/autoři: Morton Prince - 1885 - 173 str.
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The Methodist Magazine

1880
...XXXII.— 29 tion of the organism. If these positions are well based, it follows that our mental con3itions are simply the symbols in consciousness of the changes...of a voluntary act, but the symbol of that state of brain which is the immediate cause of that act. Similarly Mr. Spencer, in the division entitled, "...
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Christian Reformer, Svazek 1

1886
...volition is not the cause of the motion which follows it, but merely the '• symbol in consciousness " of that state of the brain which is the immediate cause of that act (just as the blowing of a steam whistle signals, but does not cause, the starting of a locomotive)...
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Proceedings, Svazek 29

1875
...plant. Writing on the same subject in the Contemporary Review for November, Professor Huxley asserts : " The feeling we call volition is not the cause of a...the brain which is the immediate cause of that act." Certainly, the state of the brain is the immediate cause of every voluntary movement ; but what brings...
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Proceedings of the Literary & Philosophical Society of Liverpool, Vydání 51

Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1897
...the motion of the matter of the organism . . . the feeling we call volition is not the cause of the voluntary act, but the symbol of that state of the brain which is the immediate cause of the act." * The mystery of consciousness is, indeed, the analogue * On the Hypothesis that Animals...
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The American Naturalist

1908
...motion of the matter of the organism. If these positions are well based, it follows that our mental conditions are simply the symbols in consciousness...the brain which is the immediate cause of that act. We are conscious automata." Objection after objection has been raised to the automaton hypothesis....
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The Popular Science Monthly, Svazek 27

1885
...motion of the matter of the organism. If these positions are well based, it follows that our mental conditions are simply the symbols in consciousness...volition is not the cause of a voluntary act, but a symbol of that state of the brain which is the immediate cause of the act. We are conscious automata."...
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The Living Age, Svazek 124

1875
...motion of the matter of the organism. If these positions are well based, it follows that our mental conditions are simply the symbols in consciousness...the brain which is the immediate cause of that act. We are conscious automata, endowed with freewill in the only intelligible sense of that much-abused...
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Proceedings of the Literary & Philosophical Society of Liverpool, Vydání 29

1875
...plant. Writing on the same subject in the Contemporary Review for November, Professor Huxley asserts : " The feeling we call volition is not the cause of a...the brain which is the immediate cause of that act." Certainly, the state of the brain is the immediate cause of every voluntary movement ; but what brings...
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Proceedings of the Liverpool Literary and Philosophical Society, Svazek 29

1875
...plant. Writing on the same subject in the Contemporary Review for November, Professor Huxley asserts : " The feeling we call volition is not the cause of a...the brain which is the immediate cause of that act." Certainly, the state of the brain is the immediate cause of every voluntary movement ; but what brings...
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The Contemporary Review, Svazek 25

1875
...undeniable, but their causal influence, according to Professor Huxley, is an illusion. " Our mental conditions are simply the symbols in consciousness...changes which take place automatically in the organism. . . . The feeling we call volition is not the cause of a voluntary act, but thejsymbol of that state...
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