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" Will. In a voluntary act of the simplest kind, we can find nothing beyond a mental representation of the act, followed by a performance of it — a rising of that incipient psychical change which constitutes at once the tendency to act and the idea of... "
On the Localisation of Movements in the Brain - Strana xxxix
autor/autoři: John Hughlings Jackson - 1873 - 37 str.
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The Principles of Psychology, Svazek 4

Herbert Spencer - 1890
...does become real ; and this passing of an ideal motor change into a real one, we distinguish aa Will. In a voluntary act of the simplest kind, we can find...change which constitutes the performance of the act, in HO far as it is mental. Between an involuntary movement of the leg and a voluntary one, the difference...
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The Principles of Psychology, Svazek 1

Herbert Spencer - 1892
...does become real ; and this passing of ideal motor change into a real one, we distinguish as Will. In a voluntary act of the simplest kind, we can find...a rising of that incipient psychical change which constitntea at once the tendency to act and the idea of the act, into the complete psychical change...
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The Will and Its World: Psychical and Ethical

Denton Jaques Snider - 1899 - 575 str.
...sphere of Desire, whose content is an image which is immediately executive. Mr. Spencer continues: " In a voluntary act of the simplest kind we can find...representation of the act followed by a performance of it." Mr. Spencer can see in the Will hardly more than Desire, and that too, in its immediate, executive...
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The Mind of Man: A Text-book of Psychology

Gustav Spiller - 1902 - 552 str.
...to an aim which is more general, more remote, and more indirect." Spencer, Psychology, 1890, i : " In a voluntary act of the simplest kind, we can find...representation of the act, followed by a performance of it" (p. 497). "An involuntary movement .... occurs without previous consciousness of the movement to be...
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Principles of psychology

Herbert Spencer - 1910
...does become real; and this passing of an ideal motor change into a real one, we distinguish as Will. In a voluntary act of the simplest kind, we can find...representation of the act, followed by a performance of it—a rising of that incipient psychical change which constitutes at once the tendency to act and...
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