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" ... memory wholly inexplicable as a mere persistence or recurrence of similar impressions. It is this which makes conscious memory a spiritual phenomenon, the explanation of which, as arising out of nervous processes and conditions, is not simply undiscovered... "
Elements of Physiological Psychology: A Treatise of the Activities and ... - Page 558
by George Trumbull Ladd - 1887 - 696 pages
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Elements of Physiological Psychology: A Treatise of the Activities and ...

George Trumbull Ladd - Psychophysiology - 1887 - 696 pages
...are separated in time to be similar, without implying this same inexplicable act of memory. It is a fact of consciousness, on which all possibility of...inability of science to suggest any physical process which can be conceived of as correlated with that peculiar and mysterious aclvs of the mind, connecting...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - 1890
...claim in consciousness which constitutes the essence of an act of memory ; it is this which makes the memory wholly inexplicable as a mere persistence or...inability of science to suggest any physical process which can be conceived of as correlated with that peculiar and mysterious actut of the mind, connecting...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 1890
...claim in consciousness which constitutes the essence of an act of memory ; it is this which makes the memory wholly inexplicable as a mere persistence or...inability of science to suggest any physical process which can be conceived of as correlated with that peculiar and mysterious actus of the mind, connecting...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 1890
...constitutes the essence of an act of memory ; it is this which makes the memory wholly inexplicable as a more persistence or recurrence of similar impressions....inability of science to suggest any physical process which can be conceived of as correlated with that peculiar and mysterious actus of the mind, connecting...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 1890
...claim in consciousness which constitutes the essence of an act of memory ; it is this which makes the memory wholly inexplicable as a mere persistence or...and conditions, is not simply undiscovered in fact, bnt utterly incapable of approach by the imagination. When, then, we speak of a physical basis of memory,...
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Reincarnation, a Study of the Human Soul: In Its Relation to Re-birth ...

Jerome A. Anderson - Reincarnation - 1892 - 250 pages
...not be recognized as belonging to a past experience. As has been pointed out by Prof. Ladd: " It is a fact of consciousness, on which all possibility of...of nervous processes and conditions, is not simply undiscoverable in fact, but utterly incapable of approach by imagination. When, then, we speak of a...
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Reincarnation: A Study of the Human Soul in Its Relation to Re-birth ...

Jerome A. Anderson - Reincarnation - 1892 - 250 pages
...not be recognized as belonging to a past experience. As has been pointed out by Prof. Ladd: "It is a fact of consciousness, on which all possibility of...of nervous processes and conditions, is not simply undiscoverable in fact, but utterly incapable of approach by imagination. When, then, we speak of a...
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Psychology Applied to the Art of Teaching

Joseph Baldwin - Educational psychology - 1892 - 389 pages
...mystery of remembering is no greater than the mystery of perceiving. " Conscious memory," says Ladd, " is a spiritual phenomenon, the explanation of which,...of nervous processes and conditions, is not simply undiscoverd in fact, but utterly incapable of approach by the imagination. When, then, we speak of...
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Psychology Applied to the Art of Teaching

Joseph Baldwin - Educational psychology - 1892 - 389 pages
...mystery of remembering is no greater than the mystery of perceiving. " Conscious memory," says Ladd, " is a spiritual phenomenon, the explanation of which, as arising out of nervous processes and condL tions, is not simply undiscoverd in fact, but utterly in capable of approach by the imagination....
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Special Papers, Issues 1-2

Anthropological Society of Washington (Washington, D.C.) - Anthropology - 1894
...claim in consciousness which constitutes the essence of an act of memory; it is this which makes the memory wholly inexplicable as a mere persistence or...physical basis of memory, recognition must be made of the * Principles of Psychology : sec. 56. Am. Ed., 1873, vol. I, p. 140. t Ibid: sec. 62. Vol. I, p. 158....
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