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" My personal identity, therefore, implies the continued existence of that indivisible thing which I call myself. Whatever this self may be, it is something which thinks, and deliberates, and resolves, and acts, and suffers. "
Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death - Page 11
by Frederic William Henry Myers - 1907 - 470 pages
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A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy, on Didactic Principles: For ...

Alexander Jamieson - Knowledge, Theory of - 1822 - 304 pages
...person he was before. A person is something indivisible, and is v/hat LEIBNITZ calls a monad. 400. Any personal identity, therefore, implies the continued...existence of that indivisible thing, which I call myself. (Art. 52.; thought, nor action, nor feeling ; yet am I something that thinks, and acts, and suffers....
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A review of the doctrine of personal identity, by an old ex-scholar of ...

Thomas Wallace (LL.D.) - 1827
...If so, they must split contracts comically in the Scotch law! , ii His inference from all this is, " My personal " identity, therefore, implies the continued existence " of that indivisible thing I call myself." This can ,mean only, that " I myself am my identical person" It may be my slowness...
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A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy: On Didactic Principles ...

Alexander Jamieson - Logic - 1835 - 304 pages
...person he was before. A person is something indivisible, and is what LEIBNITZ calls a monad. 400. Any personal identity, therefore, implies the continued...existence of that indivisible thing, which I call myself. (Art. 52.) thought, nor action, nor feeling ; yet am I something that thinks, and acts, and suffers....
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A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy, on Didactic Principles ...

Alexander Jamieson - Knowledge, Theory of - 1837 - 304 pages
...person he was before. A person is something indivisible, and is what LEIBNITZ calls a monad. 400. Any personal identity, therefore, implies the continued...existence of that indivisible thing, which I call myself. (Art. 52.) thought, nor action, nor feeling ; yet am I something that thinks, and acts, and suffers....
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Essays on the intellectual powers of man

Thomas Reid, Sir William Hamilton - Intellect - 1855 - 492 pages
...which is manifestly absurd. A person is something indivisible, and is what Leibnitz calls a monad. My personal identity, therefore, implies the continued...feeling ; I am something that thinks, and acts, and sutlers. My thoughts, and actions, and feelings, change every moment; they have no continued, but a...
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INTELLECTUAL POWERS OF MAN

THOMAS REID - 1855
...which is manifestly absurd. A person is something indivisible, and is what Leibnitz calls a mQnad. My personal identity, therefore, implies the continued...something which thinks, and deliberates, and resolves, and _acts, and suffers. I am not thought, I am not action, I am not feeling; I am something that thinks,...
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Scripture difficulties: sermons preached before the University of Cambridge ...

i.e. Benjamin Morgan Cowie - Resurrection - 1855 - 286 pages
...obligations, and of all accountableness ; and the notion of it is fixed and precise. ' My personal identity implies the continued existence of that indivisible thing which I call myself, and I am conscious of being the same by an exercise of memory.' Dr Brown 1 determines, I think most...
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The philosophy of natural theology, an essay which obtained a prize at ...

William Jackson - 1874
...personal identity, therefore, is the continued existence of that indivisible thing which I call myself. I am not thought ; I am not action ; I am not feeling ; but I think, and act, and feel. Thoughts, actions, feelings, change every moment ; but self, to which...
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The Philosophy of Natural Theology: An Essay in Confutation of the ...

William Jackson - Natural theology - 1874 - 398 pages
...personal identity, therefore, is the continued existence of that indivisible thing which I call myself. I am not thought ; I am not action ; I am not feeling ; but I think, and act, and feel. Thoughts, actions, feelings, change every moment ; but self, to which...
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The Philosophy of Natural Theology: An Essay in Confutation of the ...

William Jackson - Natural theology - 1875 - 398 pages
...personal identity, therefore, is the continued existence of that indivisible thing which I call myself. I am not thought; I am not action; I am not feeling; but I think, and act, and feel. Thoughts, actions, feelings, change every moment; but self, to which...
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