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" Over immense departments of our thought we are still, all of us, in the savage state. Similarity operates in us, but abstraction has not taken place. We know what the present case is like, we know what it reminds us of, we have an intuition of the right... "
The Philosophy of the Spirit: A Study of the Spiritual Nature of Man and the ... - Page 188
by Horatio Willis Dresser - 1908 - 545 pages
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The Journal of Speculative Philosophy

WM. James - 1878
...language utterly fails to hit upon the bases of resemblance. Over an immense department of our thought we are still, all of us, in the savage state. Similarity...is like, we know what it reminds us of, we have an intuiton of the right course to take, if it he a practical matter. But analytic thought has made no...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2

William James - Psychology - 1890
...language utterly fails to hit upon the basis of resemblance. Over immense departments of our thought we are still, all of us, in the savage state. Similarity...matter. But analytic thought has made no tracks, and we can not justify ourselves to others. In ethical, psychological, and aesthetic matters, to give a clear...
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the bible as english literature

j.h. gardiner - 1906
...the faculties of our minds. To quote Professor James again: " Over immense departments of our thought we are still, all of us, in the savage state. Similarity...tracks, and we cannot justify ourselves to others. In ethical, psychological, and aesthetic matters, to give a clear reason for one's judgment is universally...
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the bible as englist literature

j.h. gardinger - 1906
...faculties of our minds. To quote Professor James again : " Over immense departments of our thought we are still, all of us, in the savage state. Similarity...tracks, and we cannot justify ourselves to others. In ethical, psychological, and sesthetic matters, to give a clear reason for one's judgment is universally...
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The Bible as English Literature

John Hays Gardiner - Bible - 1906 - 402 pages
...the faculties of our minds. To quote Professor James agai^ : "Over immense departments of our thought we are still, all of us, in the savage state. Similarity...is like, we know what it reminds us of, we have an intiiition of the right course to take, if it be a practical matter. But analytic thought has made...
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The making of arguments

John Hays Gardiner - Debates and debating - 1912 - 290 pages
...state. Similarity operates in us, but abstraction 1 BH Bode, An Outline of Logic, New York, 1910, p. 71. has not taken place. We know what the present case...tracks, and we cannot justify ourselves to others. In ethical, psychological, and aesthetic matters, to give a clear reason for one's judgment is universally...
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The Making of Arguments

John Hays Gardiner - Debates and debating - 1912 - 290 pages
...and complex that they can never be adequately displayed. " Over immense departments of our thought we are still, all of us, in the savage state. Similarity operates in us, but abstraction 1 BH Bode, An Outline of Logic, New York, 1910, p. 71. has not taken place. We know what the present...
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Writings, 1878-1899

William James - Literary Collections - 1992 - 1212 pages
...language utterly fails to hit upon the bases of resemblance. Over an immense department of our thought we are still, all of us, in the savage state. Similarity...tracks, and we cannot justify ourselves to others. In ethical, psychological, and aesthetic matters, to give a clear reason for one's judgment is universally...
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The Ivory Leg in the Ebony Cabinet: Madness, Race, and Gender in Victorian ...

Thomas Cooley - History - 2001 - 302 pages
...the display that was unpleasant. —New York Times (i9o6) Over an immense department of our thought we are still, all of us, in the savage state. Similarity operates, but abstraction has not taken place. — William James IF A MATURE black man, fully developed in every...
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