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" subjective' we say that the experience represents; as 'objective' it is represented. What represents and what is represented is here numerically the same; but we must remember that no dualism of being represented and representing resides in the experience... "
Essays in Radical Empiricism - Page 23
by William James - 1922 - 282 pages
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Psychological Review, Volume 15

James Mark Baldwin, James McKeen Cattell, Howard Crosby Warren, John Broadus Watson, Herbert Sidney Langfeld, Carroll Cornelius Pratt, Theodore Mead Newcomb - Psychology - 1908
...not by virtue of what it is, but by virtue of what it does or of the relations in which it stands. " Its subjectivity and objectivity are functional attributes...solely, realized only when the experience is ' taken,' /. ., talked-of twice, considered along with its two differing contexts respectively, by a new retrospective...
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Psychological Review, Volume 15

James Mark Baldwin, James McKeen Cattell, Howard Crosby Warren, John Broadus Watson, Herbert Sidney Langfeld, Carroll Cornelius Pratt, Theodore Mead Newcomb - Psychology - 1908
...not by virtue of what it is, but by virtue of what it does or of the relations in which it stands. " Its subjectivity and objectivity are functional attributes...solely, realized only when the experience is ' taken,' i, e., talked-of twice, considered along with its two differing contexts respectively, by a new retrospective...
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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Philosophy - 1904
...represented. What represents and what is represented rf is here numerically the same ; but we must remember that no dualism of being represented and representing...se. In its pure state, or when isolated, there is no self -splitting of it into consciousness and what the consciousness is 'of.' Its subjectivity and objectivity...
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Marxism and Alternatives: Towards the Conceptual Interaction Among Soviet ...

Tom Rockmore - Philosophy - 1981 - 311 pages
...resides in the experience per se. In its pure state, or when isolated, there is no self -splitting of it into consciousness and what the consciousness...realized only when the experience is "taken", ie, talked of, twice, considered along with its two differing contexts respectively, by a new retrospective...
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Marxism and Alternatives: Towards the Conceptual Interaction Among Soviet ...

Tom Rockmore - Philosophy - 1981 - 311 pages
...resides in the experience per se. In its pure state, or when isolated, there is no self -splitting of it into consciousness and what the consciousness...realized only when the experience is "taken", ie, talked of, twice, considered along with its two differing contexts respectively, by a new retrospective...
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Phenomenology: Dialogues and Bridges

Ronald Bruzina, Bruce Wilshire - Philosophy - 1982 - 361 pages
...past and present: Its [a pure experience's] subjectivity and objectivity are functional attributres solely, realized only when the experience is 'taken,'...ie, talked-of twice, considered along with its two different contexts respectively, by a new retrospective experience, of which the whole past complication...
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Frontiers of Consciousness: Interdisciplinary Studies in American Philosophy ...

Stanley J. Scott - Philosophy - 1991 - 156 pages
...dualism of being represented and representing resides in ... experience per se. In its pure state, . . . there is no self-splitting of it into consciousness...contexts respectively, by a new retrospective experience. . . . The instant field of the present is at all times what I call the "pure" experience. . . . "every...
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After Modernity: Husserlian Reflections on a Philosophical Tradition

James R. Mensch - Philosophy - 1996 - 309 pages
...Daniel O'Connor (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1967), p. 137. 12. James writes, "we must remember that no dualism of being represented and representing...no self-splitting of it into consciousness and what consciousness is 'of.'" The distinction only arises through its connection with other experiences,...
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The Inordinance of Time

Shaun Gallagher - Philosophy - 1998 - 243 pages
...different dimensions. First, a collapse of the intentional relation, or the noesis-noema distinction: "In its pure state, or when isolated, there is no...into consciousness and what the consciousness is 'of " (1976, 13). Rather than an intentional relation James posits an identity between the experience and...
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Tragic Thoughts at the End of Philosophy: Language, Literature, and Ethical ...

Gerald L. Bruns - Literary Criticism & Collections - 1999 - 299 pages
...represented. What represents and what is represented is here numerically the same,- but we must remember that no dualism of being represented and representing resides in the experience perse. In its pure state, or when isolated, there is no self-splitting of it into consciousness and...
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