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The Philosophy of the Spirit: A Study of the Spiritual Nature of Man and the ... - Page 209
by Horatio Willis Dresser - 1908 - 545 pages
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Mind, Volume 9

George Croom Robertson, George Frederick Stout, George Edward Moore - Philosophy - 1884
...the general stir of the more normal existence. " What would grief be," asks Prof. James, " without its sobs, its suffocation of the heart, its pang in the breast-bone ? " It would be what for the most part it is, an emotion of desire and regret. It must surely be a...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2

William James - Psychology - 1890
...certain person or persons merit chastisement for their sins. In like manner of grief : what would it be without its tears, its sobs, its suffocation of...turn tells the same story. .A purely disembodied. Jiuman emotion is a Hftnentity. I do not say that it is a contradiction in the nature of things, or...
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Psychology

William James - Psychology - 1892 - 478 pages
...certain person or persons merit chastisement for their sins. In like manner of griflf : what would it be without its tears, its sobs, its suffocation of...more. Every passion in turn tells the same story. A disembodied human emotion is a sheer nonentity. I do not say that it is a contradiction in the nature...
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Psychology

William James - Psychology - 1892 - 478 pages
...certain person or persons merit chastisement for their sins. In like manner of gaff: what would it be without its tears, its sobs, its suffocation of the heart, its pang in the breast-bone ? A f eelingless cognition that certain circumstances are deplorable, and nothing more. Every passion in...
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The Monist, Volume 3

Edward C. Hegeler - Philosophy - 1966
...certain person or persons merit chastisement for their sins. In like manner of grief : what would it be without its tears, its sobs, its suffocation of...heart, its pang in the breast-bone ? A feelingless recognition that certain circumstances are deplorable, and nothing more. Every passion in turn tells...
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Western Reserve University Bulletin, Volume 1

Western Reserve University - 1896
...suffocation of the chest, its pang in the breastbone? A feelinglcss cognition that certain conditions are deplorable, and nothing more. Every passion in...A purely disembodied human emotion is a nonentity. I do not say that it is a contradiction in the nature of things, or that pure spirits are condemned...
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the bible as english literature

j.h. gardiner - 1906
...manner of grief: what would it be without its tears, its sobs, its suffocation of the heart, its pangs in the breastbone? A feelingless cognition that certain...purely disembodied human emotion is a nonentity." 1 The Hebrew language is an unfailing illustration of this theory: it expressed emotion always by naming...
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The Bible as English Literature

John Hays Gardiner - Bible - 1906 - 402 pages
...manner of grief: what would it be without its tears, its sobs, its suffocation of the heart, its pangs in the breastbone? A feelingless cognition that certain...purely disembodied human emotion is a nonentity." * " /The Hebrew language is an unfailing illustration of this theory: it cxp^-^sed emotion always by...
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THE BIBLE AS ENGLISH LITERATURE

J. H. GARDINER - 1906
...placid face? The present writer for one, certainly cannot. In like manner of grief: what would it be without its tears, its sobs, its suffocation of the heart, its pangs in the breastbone? A feelingless cognition that certain circumstances are deplorable, and nothing...
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the bible as englist literature

j.h. gardinger - 1906
...placid face? The present writer for one, certainly cannot. In like manner of grief: what would it be without its tears, its sobs, its suffocation of the heart, its pangs in the breastbone? A feelingless cognition that certain circumstances are deplorable, and nothing...
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