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" ... does it not follow that when the messages themselves are broken up, the individual feelings will be resolved into still simpler elements ? The force of this evidence is not to be weakened by any number of spiritual bodies. Inexorable facts connect... "
Human Immortality: Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrine - Page 99
by William James - 1906 - 126 pages
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Lectures and Essays by the Late William Kingdon Clifford, F.R.S.

William Kingdon Clifford - Science - 1901 - 127 pages
...not merely as a whole, but the parts of it are connected severally with parts of our brain -action. If there is any similar connection with a spiritual...body must die at the same time with the natural one. Consider a mountain rill. It runs down in the sunshine, and its water evaporates ; yet it is fed by...
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The Hartford Seminary Record, Volume 15

Waldo Selden Pratt, Arthur Lincoln Gillett - Theology - 1905
...says, " is not a simple thing, but a complex ; it is the combination of feelings into a stream . . . Inexorable facts connect our consciousness with this...body, it only follows that the spiritual body must die with the natural one." But there is a third theory of this relation open to our choice, namely, the...
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The sphere of religion: a consideration of its nature and of its influence ...

Frank Sargent Hoffman - Religions - 1908 - 394 pages
...says, "is not a simple thing, but a complex ; it is the combination of feelings into a stream. . . . Inexorable facts connect our consciousness with this...body, it only follows that the spiritual body must die with the natural one. ' ' But there is a third theory of this relation open to our choice, namely the...
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The sphere of religion: a consideration of its nature and of its influence ...

Frank Sargent Hoffman - Religion - 1908 - 394 pages
...says, "is not a simple thing, but a complex ; it is the combination of feelings into a stream. . . . Inexorable facts connect our consciousness with this...body, it only follows that the spiritual body must die with the natural one." But there is a third theory of this relation open to our choice, namely the...
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Human immortality, two supposed objections to the doctrine. Repr

William James - 1917
...messages themselves are broken up, the individual feelings will be resolved into still simpler elements 4 The force of this evidence is not to be weakened by...with the natural one." [Lectures and Essays, vol. ip 24749. Compare also passages of similar purport in vol. ii. pp. 65-70.] NOTE 4, page 24. The theory...
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The Will to Believe: And Other Essays in Popular Philosophy, and Human ...

William James - Philosophy - 1956 - 402 pages
...stream of nerve-messages, does it not follow that, when the stream of nerve-messages is broken up, the stream of feelings will be broken up also, will no...with the natural one." \Lectures and Essays, vol. ip 247-49. Compare also passages of similar purport in vol. ii. pp. 65-70.] NOTE 4, page 13. The theory...
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The Fortnightly, Volume 17; Volume 23

1875
...stream of nerve-messages, does it not follow that when the stream of nerve-messages is broken up, the stream of feelings will be broken up also, will no...body must die at the same time with the natural one. Consider a mountain rill. It runs down in the sunshine, and its water evaporates ; yet it is fed by...
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