The Senses and the Intellect (Google eBook)

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Contents

Nerve force is of the nature of a current 48
23
Constructions to satisfy the emotions of Fine Art properly
26
Plan of Structure indicated by the arrangement of white
27
Functions of the Nerves
33
Medulla Oblongata
41
Nerveforce derived from the common source of natural power
51
SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY AND THE FEELINGS
59
turn
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Proofs that there are such movements ii
65
The Natural History of the Feelings a part of the Science
73
Mental side
80
Movements gradually increasing or diminishing
86
Examples of the feeling of resistance Momentum Weight
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and the muscular sense Note
99
istics
109
Organic Feelings of the Circulation and Nutrition
115
Sensation of Heat
122
taking of food and healthy digestion
128
Feelings of Electrical States
134
Bodies acting on the sense of Taste
136
Organ of Taste description of the Tongue
138
Local distribution of the sensibility of the tongue
140
Mode of action in taste
141
Sensations of Taste complex sensibility of the tongue
142
Relishes
143
description of feeling of Sweetness
144
Bittertastes
146
Astringent tastes
147
Production of odours
149
Diffusion of odours
150
description of the Nose ib 5 Action of odoursthe presence of oxygen necessary to smell
154
Close or suffocating odours a
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Pungont odours
158
SENSE OF TOUCH
159
Objects of Touch
161
the Skin
162
Functions and vital properties of the skin
165
Mode of action in touch
166
I Emotional SensationsSoft Touch
167
Pungent and painful sensations of touch
168
S Other painful sensations of the skinTickling
169
II Sensations of Temperature Intellectual
170
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2 Sensations of Pressure
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Weight Pressure Resistance Elasticity Roughness and Smoothness increase of sensibility by movement
177
Extension movement by itself inadequate to give the Motion of Extended Matter or of Space How the sense of Touch contributes to this perception E...
181
Distance Direction Situation Form
187
Accompaniment of activity in the senses generally
188
Touch concerned in handicraft operations
189
HEARING 1 Objects of Hearing
190
Action of the parts of the ear in the sensation of sound
194
Sensations of Sound their classification
196
Sweetness
197
Suddenness
198
Volume or Quantity
199
Pitch or Tune
200
Discord and Harmony
201
Timbre 0
202
Articulate sounds Helmholtzs explanation of the vowel sounds ib 13 Distance
203
Direction
204
Duration of an impression of sound
205
Subjective sensations of sound t
206
The Eye
208
Salivation flow of tears winking of the eye movements
215
Conditions of perfect vision
220
Adaptation of the eye to vision at different distances
222
Wheatstones experiments
223
Pleasure connected with an increase and Pain with an abatement
286
Natural
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The
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THE VOICE
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The articulate voice Vowel utterance Consonantstheir
313
Fundamental attributes of Thought or Intelligence
321
THE ELEMENT OF EMOTION
325
RETENTIVENESSLAW OF CONTIGUITY
327
Continuance or Repetition II Mental Concentra
331
Transition from the actual to the ideal 886
337
The tendency exemplified in Fear and in other instances 843
344
Association of sensations of tho same sense with one anothor 848
351
Outline Formsscientific arbitrary
357
language of command
360
ASSOCIATIONS WITH PIILINO
363
Distance and Magnitude imply other organs than the
366
Extension the result of an association of mental effects
372
4 Experience furnishes the materials of our belief
379
The appreciation of Distance follows the estimate of Magnitude
386
Perception of Solidity implied in the perception of distance
392
ii Associated differences in the muscular feelings Hamiltons
399
Love of money passion for business formalities
404
52 Voluntary acquisition exemplified by the case of Imitation
414
NATURAL AND HABITUAL CONJUNCTIONSSTILL LIFE
420
Successions of cause and effect Case of human actions as causes
427
Natural persistence of mental movements once begun Influ
430
Acquisition of Vocal music
434
The Subject Sciences or Mind Inquiry into the nature
442
HISTORY AND NARRATIVE
448
CHAPTER II
457
Feelings of Organic Life identified Acuteness in this respect
463
points of difference
471
The ear as concerned in language
478
Properties common to sonsations of different senses
486
Natural objects identified on their scientific properties Chemical
494
PHENOMENA OF SUCCESSION
500
Successions of Human History historical comparisons
506
the inductive process demands the power of Simi
514
principle to illuminate it Franklins identification
521
Persuasion 628
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Some of the Fine Arts involve the intellect largely
534
Business acquisitions
540
complex wholes and concrete objects
547
An emotional stato gives its character to the trains of recollection 666
548
INFLUENCE OF VOLITION
557
Selection of one out of many properties of the same object 662
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There is in the mind a power of original construction
570
FEELINGS OF MOVEMENT
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CONCREtING tHE ABStRACT
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called
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APPENDIX
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Conditions of the retention of visual appearances
612
Aristotles definition of Life or the animating principle which
619
Soul and Body are mutually correlated
625
The lowest or Nutritive Soul the basis of all the rest
629
Sound Voice
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516
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Forming by combination new states of Organic Feeling
641
What is the meaning of our perceiving that we see or hear P
642
Association of Ideas
649
The Intellectus Agens and Intellectns Patiens
661
Summary of the doctrine of the Soul
667
Emotional and Intellectual Senses ii
668
The Germs and the Development of Volition
675
F Contiguous Association in the ideas of Natural Objects
682
Subjective studies and regards 68 5
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