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" ... often dream of the places and persons they „have left. Their dreams, narrated and accepted in the „original way as actual experiences, make it appear that „during sleep they have been to their old abodes. Now one, „and now another dreams thus... "
Actes du sixième Congrès international des orientalistes, tenu en 1883 à ... - Page 17
1885
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De Indische gids, Volume 6

C. E. van Kesteren, R. A. van Sandick, J. E. de Meyier - Indonesia - 1884
...and now another dreams tin: • : rendering familiar the notion of visiting the father-land durinp sleep. What, then, happens at death, interpreted as...primitive man? The other-self is long absent — where has hè gone? Obviously to the place which hè often went to, and from which at other times hè returned....
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De Indische gids, Volume 6

C. E. van Kesteren, R. A. van Sandick, J. E. de Meyier - Indonesia - 1884
...another dreams thus : rendering familiar the notion of visiting the father-land during sleep. Wint, then, happens at death, interpreted as it is by the...primitive man? The other-self is long absent — where has hè gone? Obviously to the place which hè often went to , and from which at other times hè returned....
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Actes, Part 4

Oriental philology - 1885
...been to their old abodes. Now one, nand now another dreams thus: rendering familiar the notion nof visiting the father-land during sleep. What, then,...,,The other-self is long absent — where has he gone? Obnviously to the place which he often went to, and from ,,which at other tunes he returned. Now he...
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An Epitome of the Synthetic Philosophy

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1889 - 18 pages
...persons left behind; and thus render familiar the notion of revisiting them during sleep. Obviously at death, interpreted as it is by the primitive man, the other-self is thought to have gone to the place which he often went to, and from which at other times he returned....
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The principles of sociology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Social Science - 1896
...dreams thus : rendering familiar the notion of visiting the father-land during sleep. What, naturally, happens at death; interpreted as it is by the primitive...where has he gone? Obviously to the place which he often'went to, and from which at other times he returned. Now he has not returned. He longed to go...
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Epitome of the Synthetic philosophy of Herbert Spencer

Herbert Spencer, Frederick Howard Collins - Philosophy, Modern - 1901 - 692 pages
...persons left behind; and thus render familiar the notion of revisiting them during sleep. Obviously at death, interpreted as it is by the primitive man, the other-self is thought to have gone to the place which he often went to, and from which at other times he returned....
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Het animisme in den Indischen archipel

Albertus Christiaan Kruyt - Animism - 1906 - 541 pages
...appear that during sleep they have been to their old abodes. Now one and now another dreams thns : rendering familiar the notion of visiting the fatherland...death , interpreted as it is by the primitive man? The other self is long absent — where was he gone? Obvionsly to the place , which he often went to ,...
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