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A pluralistic universe: Hibbert lectures at Manchester College on the ... - Page 297
by William James - 1909 - 404 pages
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A pluralistic universe. Hibbert lectures

William James - 1909
...without conceiving, and can hardly begin to analyze. The collective and the distributive ways of being coexist here, for each part functions distinctly,...parcel of a wider self, it quivers along various radii Jike the wind-rose on a compass, and the actual in it is continuously one with possibles not yet in...
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Mind and Health, with an Examination of Some Systems of Divine Healing

Edward Ebenezer Weaver - Mental healing - 1913 - 500 pages
...understand what is absolutely and relatively valuable. As James puts it, in his characteristic way : "Every bit of us at every moment is part and parcel...possibles not yet in our present sight. And just as we are coconscious with our own momentary margin may not we ourselves form the margin of some more really...
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Creative Involution

Cora Lenore Williams - Fourth dimension - 1916 - 221 pages
...this brave universe made on a richer pattern, with room in it, for a long hierarchy of beings? . . . " Every bit of us at every moment is part and parcel...possibles not yet in our present sight. And just as we are co-conscious with our own momentary margin, may not we ourselves form the margin of some more really...
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Writings, 1902-1910

William James - Literary Collections - 1987 - 1379 pages
...without conceiving, and can hardly begin to analyze. The collective and the distributive ways of being coexist here, for each part functions distinctly,...continuously one with possibles not yet in our present sight.1 And just as we are co-conscious with our own momentary margin, may not we ourselves form the...
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Doctrine and Experience: Essays in American Philosophy

Vincent G. Potter - Philosophy - 1988 - 273 pages
...has our say and the last relation is hooked. Rare among philosophers, William James believed this. In principle, then, as I said, intellectualism's edge...continuously one with possibles not yet in our present sight.21 NOTES 1. "A Pluralistic Universe," in The Writings of William James: A Comprehensive Edition,...
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Psychology and Religion: Eight Points of View

Andrew Reid Fuller - Psychology - 1994 - 302 pages
...consciousness is a center surrounded by a fringe that shades insensibly into a subconscious more. . . . Every bit of us at every moment is part and parcel of a wider self" (1971b, p. 259). According to James, certain contents are elaborated in the subconscious mind, only...
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Adaptive Individuals in Evolving Populations: Models and Algorithms

Richard K. Belew, Melanie Mitchell - Science - 1996 - 533 pages
...in remoter regions must be reckoned with as a legitimate hypothesis" (Pluralistic Universe, p. 131). Every bit of us at every moment is part and parcel of a wider self, And just as we are co-conscious with our own momentary margin, may not we ourselves form the margin...
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The Cambridge Companion to William James

Ruth Anna Putnam - Philosophy - 1997 - 406 pages
...describes his own panpsychist metaphysics at the phenomenological level (PU, 131, 139; VRE, 400, 405). "Every bit of us at every moment is part and parcel of a wider self," he writes, "it quivers along various radii like the wind-rose on a compass, and the actual in it is...
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The Innate Capacity : Mysticism, Psychology, and Philosophy: Mysticism ...

Robert K. C. Forman Associate Professor of Religion Hunter College - Religion - 1997 - 264 pages
...encompassing consciousness of the earth-soul. James emphasizes that if this hypothesis is accurate, if indeed "every bit of us at every moment is part and parcel of a wider self," then, while our individual consciousnesses may not be cognizant of our connection to this vaster awareness...
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William James and the Metaphysics of Experience

David C. Lamberth - Religion - 1999 - 256 pages
...1906. 167 See, for example, James, "Report on Mrs. Piper," Essays in Psychical Research, pp. 278-9. Every bit of us at every moment is part and parcel...possibles not yet in our present sight. And just as we are co-conscious with our own momentary margin, may we not ourselves form the margin of some more really...
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