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" Mind,' will accordingly be the subject, to which we attribute all the separate facts of internal observation as predicates. The subject itself is determined wholly and exclusively by its predicates; and the reference of these to a common substrate must... "
Principles of Physiological Psychology - Page 17
by Wilhelm Max Wundt - 1904 - 347 pages
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Principles of Physiological Psychology, Volume 1

Wilhelm Max Wundt - Psychophysiology - 1904 - 347 pages
...special source of know- / ledge, may, therefore, be accepted for the moment as sufficient testimony^ to the rights of psychology as science. And this acceptance...wholly and exclusively by its predicates ; and the refer_ence of these to a common substrate must be taken as nothing more than an expression of their...
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The Classical Psychologists: Selections Illustrating Psychology from ...

Benjamin Rand - Philosophers - 1912 - 734 pages
...as a special source of knowledge, may, therefore, be accepted for the moment as sufficient testimony to the rights of psychology as science. And this acceptance...read into the concept of ' mind ' a meaning that the na1ve linguistic consciousness always attaches to it. Mind, in popular thought, is not simply a subject...
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An Intellectual History of Psychology

Daniel N. Robinson - Psychology - 1995 - 392 pages
...therefore, be accepted for the moment as sufficient testimony to the rights of psychology as science. . . . "Mind," will accordingly be the subject, to which...itself is determined wholly and exclusively by its predicates.41 Here, in a conservative and rather woolly fashion, Wundt hands down a manifesto of Humean...
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Historical Dictionary of Quotations in Cognitive Science: A Treasury of ...

Morton Wagman - Philosophy - 2000 - 271 pages
...therefore, be accepted for the moment as sufficient testimony to the rights of psychology as science. . . . "Mind," will accordingly be the subject, to which...determined wholly and exclusively by its predicates. (Wundt, 1904, PSYCHOLOGY The Study of Animal Psychology The study of animal psychology may be approached...
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