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" I am of anything that, in myself, the stream of thinking (which I recognize emphatically as a phenomenon) is only a careless name for what, when scrutinized, reveals itself to consist chiefly of the stream of my breathing. The 'I think' which Kant said... "
Essays in Radical Empiricism - Page 37
by William James - 1922 - 282 pages
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The Foundations of Normal and Abnormal Psychology

Boris Sidis - Psychology - 1914 - 406 pages
...accompany them. There are other internal facts besides breathing (intercephalic muscular adjustments . . .) and these increase the assets of 'consciousness' so...far as the latter is subject to immediate perception ; but breath which was ever the original 'spirit', breath moving outwards, between the glottis and...
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The Monist, Volume 24

Edward C. Hegeler - Philosophy - 1914
...stream of my breathing. The 'II Milk' which Kant said must be able to accompany all HIV ulijt't'is, is the 'I breathe' which actually does accompany them. There are other internal facts besides breathiny. . . , and these increase the assets of 'consciousness' so far Hi the latter is subject to...
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The Foundations of Normal and Abnormal Psychology

Boris Sidis - Psychology - 1914 - 406 pages
...my breathing. The 'I think' which Kant said must be able to accompany all my objects, is the breath 'I breathe' which actually does accompany them. There are other internal facts besides breathing (intercephalic muscular adjustments . . .) and these increase the assets of 'consciousness' so far...
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A realistic universe: an introd. to metaphysics

John Elof Boodin - Metaphysics - 1916 - 412 pages
...itself to consist chiefly of the stream of my breathing. The ' I think ' which Kant said must be able to accompany all my objects, is the 'I breathe' which actually does accompany them." 1 Doubtless it does, and it is a conspicuous element in the situation so far as our introspection is...
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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Philosophy - 1904
...itself to consist chiefly of the stream of my breathing. The 'I think' which Kant said must be able to accompany all my objects, is the 'I breathe' which...as the latter, is subject to immediate perception; but breath, which was ever the original of 'spirit,' breath moving outwards, between the glottis and...
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Man and the Cosmos: An Introduction to Metaphysics

Joseph Alexander Leighton - Metaphysics - 1922 - 578 pages
...unpleasantness. William James put the matter neatly when he said, "The 'I think' which Kant said must be able to accompany all my objects is the 'I breathe' which actually does accompany them. . . . Breath, which was ever the original of 'spirit,' breath moving outward between the glottis and...
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Theory of Knowledge: The 1913 Manuscript

Bertrand Russell - Philosophy - 1984 - 258 pages
...itself to consist chiefly of the stream of my breathing. The "I think" which Kant said must be able to accompany all my objects, is the "I breathe" which...them. There are other internal facts besides breathing . . . and these increase the assets of "consciousness" so far as the latter is subject to immediate...
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From Darwin to Behaviourism: Psychology and the Minds of Animals

Robert Boakes - Psychology - 1984 - 279 pages
...consist chiefly of the stream of my breathing. . .There are other internal facts besides breathing and these increase the assets of "consciousness",...as the latter is subject to immediate perception; but breath, which was ever the original of "spirit", breath moving outwards, between the glottis and...
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Logic and Knowledge: Essays 1901-1950

Bertrand Russell - Philosophy - 1988 - 382 pages
...itself to consist chiefly of the stream of my breathing. The "I think" which Kant said must be able to accompany all my objects, is the "I breathe" which...them. There are other internal facts besides breathing . . . and these increase the assets of "consciousness" so far as the latter is subject to immediate...
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Twelve Great Philosophers: A Historical Introduction to Human Nature

Wayne P. Pomerleau - Philosophy - 1997 - 473 pages
...experience it, is always associated with bodily processes. "The 'I think' which Kant said must be able to accompany all my objects, is the 'I breathe' which actually does accompany them." As James points out, the word "spirit" etymologically means "breath." So, the idea of consciousness...
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