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" ... there is a uniform co-ordination of the two. How are we to conceive of this connexion, if, as we have stated to be the case, it is not to be thought as that of cause and effect ? The answer to this question has been given in detail in the preceding... "
Lectures on Human and Animal Psychology - Page 442
by Wilhelm Max Wundt - 1896 - 459 pages
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Lectures on Human and Animal Psychology

Wilhelm Max Wundt - Psychology, Comparative - 1894 - 454 pages
...found it to be a truth of equal universality that mental processes are connected with definite physical processes within the body, and especially in the brain...bridge to take them from physical to psychical, or vice versa. Even they must admit that it is the most obvious empirical expression of the connexion which...
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The Critical Review of Theological & Philosophical Literature, Volume 5

Stewart Dingwall Fordyce Salmond - Books - 1895
...is this to bo expressed 1 The answer of Wundt is easy if only we can understand it. "The connection can only be regarded as a parallelism of two causal...in virtue of the incomparability of their terms." The two processes are somehow co-ordinated with one another, but we are not to think, says our author,...
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The Unconscious Mind

Alfred Taylor Schofield - Psychophysiology - 1898 - 436 pages
...physical processes in the brain. The connection can only be regarded as a parallelism of two causal series side by side, but never directly interfering with each other, in virtue of the incompatibility of their terms. It is psychophysical parallelism." 2 " All those inferences that unextended...
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The Soul: A Study and an Argument

David Syme - Instinct - 1903 - 234 pages
...definite physical processes in the mind. The connection can only be as a parallelism of two causal series side by side, but never directly interfering with each other, in virtue of the incompatibility of their terms. It is a psychological parallelism." How the parallelism can be causal,...
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