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MEANING AND JUDGMENT
SCIENCE AND SCIENTIFIC METHOD
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abstract apprehended attention believed body called causal cause centaur certainty of belief changes in relations communication concepts consciousness constituents continue corresponding designate desire determined directed discerned distinctions and relations elements enced eternal evoke experienced facts experienced world explication explicit expression extracted factual referent foundation of philosophy give certainty haphazard chance hence hypothetical identity imaginary constructions imagined individual mind inferred intended meanings kinds of relations knowing knowledge known logical manifestations memory-image mental essences mental phenomena nature necessarily factual necessitarianism non-experienced referent non-extractable obtained organism particular permanent persons physical activities physical entities physical objects probability pseudo-referent psychical essences psychical qualities qualitatively identical radical behaviorist reality recipient relations and changes relations change result rienced scientific foundation scientific method sciousness self-determination sensation sensory combinations sensory experiences sensory phenomena sensory qualities sensory world sometimes space subsistent symbolize term thought tion transitory effects ultimate universe verbal noun volition word