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" consciousness" exists seems so absurd on the face of it — for undeniably "thoughts" do exist — that I fear some readers will follow me no farther. Let me then immediately explain that I mean only to deny that the word stands for an entity, but to... "
The Foundations of Normal and Abnormal Psychology - Page 391
by Boris Sidis - 1914 - 406 pages
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Essays in radical empiricism

William James - Experience - 1912 - 282 pages
...of experience. It seems to me that the hour is ripe for it to be openly and universally discarded. To deny plumply that 'consciousness' exists seems...most emphatically that it does stand for a function. There is, I mean, no aboriginal stuff or quality of being,1 contrasted with that of which material...
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The Monist, Volume 24

Edward C. Hegeler - Philosophy - 1914
...of experience. It seems to me that the hour is ripe for it to be openly and universally discarded. "To deny plumply that 'consciousness' exists seems...most emphatically that it does stand for a function. There is, I mean, no aboriginal stuff or quality of being, contrasted with that of which material objects...
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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Philosophy - 1904
...of experience. It seems to me that the hour is ripe for it to be openly and universally discarded. To deny plumply that 'consciousness' exists seems...most emphatically that it does stand for a function. There is, I mean, no aboriginal stuff or quality of being, contrasted with that of which material objects...
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The Analysis of Mind

Bertrand Russell - Consciousness - 1921 - 310 pages
...paradox, for James was never wilfully paradoxical. " Undeniably," he says, " ' thoughts ' do exist." " I mean only to deny that the word stands for an entity, but to insist mgst— ^ emphatically that it does stand for a functions-There is. I mean, no aboriginal stuff or...
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Essays in Radical Empiricism

William James - Experience - 1922 - 282 pages
...of experience. It seems to me that the hour is ripe for it to be openly and universally discarded. To deny plumply that ' consciousness ' exists seems...me no farther. Let me then immediately explain that Ijnean only to deny\ that the word stands for an entity, but to insist most emphatically that it does...
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Theory of Knowledge: The 1913 Manuscript

Bertrand Russell - Philosophy - 1984 - 258 pages
...of experience. It seems to me that the hour is ripe for it to be openly and universally discarded. To deny plumply that "consciousness" exists seems...to deny that the word stands for an entity, but to 20 insist most emphatically that it does stand for a function. There is, I mean, no aboriginal stuff...
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American Philosophy: A Historical Anthology

Barbara MacKinnon - Philosophy - 1985 - 688 pages
...of experience. It seems to me that the hour is ripe for it to be openly and universally discarded. To deny plumply that "consciousness" exists seems so absurd on the face of it—for undeniably "thoughts" do exist—that I fear some readers will follow me no farther. Let me...
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Logic and Knowledge: Essays 1901-1950

Bertrand Russell - Philosophy - 1988 - 382 pages
...realities of experience. It seem to me that the hour is ripe for it to be openly and universally discarded. 'To deny plumply that "consciousness" exists seems...most emphatically that it does stand for a function. There is, I mean, no aboriginal stuff or quality of being, contrasted with that of which material objects...
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Frontiers of Consciousness: Interdisciplinary Studies in American Philosophy ...

Stanley J. Scott - Philosophy - 1991 - 156 pages
...deny that "consciousness" exists seems absurd, he admits, "for undeniably 'thoughts' do exist. . . . Let me then immediately explain that I mean only to...most emphatically that it does stand for a function." 41 James's answer to his own question may seem less significant than the question itself. Denying that...
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Cooking, Eating, Thinking: Transformative Philosophies of Food

Deane W. Curtin, Lisa Maree Heldke - Philosophy - 1992 - 386 pages
...than the act of being conscious (vijanatitivinnanam).*8 So did William James assert when he insisted: To deny plumply that 'consciousness' exists seems...undeniably 'thoughts' do exist — that I fear some readers would follow me no further. Let me then immediately explain that I mean only to deny that the word...
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