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" I conceive the situation, is to have seen that tho one part of our experience may lean upon another part to make it what it is in any one of several aspects in which it may be considered, experience as a whole is selfcontaining and leans on nothing. "
The Meaning of Truth: A Sequel to "Pragmatism," - Page 124
by William James - 1909 - 297 pages
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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Philosophy - 1913
...is not easy to predict the issue. Its essential service, in any case, "is to have seen that though one part of our experience may lean upon another part...aspects in which it may be considered, experience is self-containing and leans on nothing" (p. 193). It does not lean on "reality"; reality leans rather...
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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Philosophy - 1905
...result. The essential service of humanism, as I conceive the situation, is to have seen that though one part of our experience may lean upon another part...as a whole is self-containing and leans on nothing. Such a formula needs abundant explication to make it unambiguous. It seems, at first sight, to confine...
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Mind, Volume 15

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout, George Edward Moore - Electronic journals - 1906
...Sensation.' II. 5. William James. 'The Essence of Humanism.' [To have seen that " though one part of experience may lean upon .another part to make it...a whole is self-containing and leans •on nothing ".] FJE Woodbridge. ' The Nature of Consciousness.' [Not a receptacle, but only a form of connexion...
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Catholic World, Volume 90

Religion - 1910
...great care. The essential service of humanism, as I conceive the situation, is to have seen that though one part of our experience may lean upon another part...as a whole is self-containing and leans on nothing (p. 124). Professor James develops this formula, attempting to show that: [if it] be accepted, it will...
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The Principles of Pragmatism: A Philosophical Interpretation of Experience

Henry Heath Bawden - Philosophy - 1910 - 364 pages
...for ' something else ' always is only for and in experience." As Prpfessor James puts it, " Though one part of our experience may lean upon another part...as a whole is selfcontaining and leans on nothing." § 5. THE SCIENTIFIC VIEW Science is the most elaborate attempt man has made to understand his experience....
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The American Philosophy Pragmatism Critically Considered in Relation to ...

Arnold van Couthen Piccardt Huizinga - Pragmatism - 1911 - 64 pages
...whole Weltanschauung. It cuts experience asunder from its cause and ground. In his own words, " Though one part of our experience may lean upon another part...which it may be considered, experience as a whole is self -containing and leans on nothing." Even Eduard von Hartmann may teach a fuller recognition of...
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Essays in Radical Empiricism

William James - Empiricism - 1912 - 282 pages
...result. The essential service of humanism, as I conceive the situation, is to have seen that though one part of our experience may lean upon another part...transcendental idealism, it needs abundant explication to make it;unambigu1 [The author employs the term 'humanism* either as a synonym for 'radical empiricism'...
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The Educational Bi-monthly, Volume 1

Education - 1907
...construction. (5) Another cardinal principle is that experience is selfsupporting. James says, "Tho a part of our experience may lean upon another part to make it what it is in anyone of the several aspects in which it way be considered, experience as whole is self-containing...
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Essays in Radical Empiricism

William James - Experience - 1922 - 282 pages
...result. The essential service of humanism, as I conceive the situation, is to have seen that though one part of our experience may lean upon another part...which it may be considered, experience as a whole is self -containing and leans on nothing. Since this formula also expresses the main contention of transcendental...
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Popular Science Monthly and World's Advance, Volume 73

Technology - 1908
...else, for ' something else ' is only for and in experience." Or, as Professor James has put it, "Though one part of our experience may lean upon another part...is in any one of several aspects in which it may be conceived, experience as a whole is self-containing and leans on nothing." By organic or functional...
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