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From Nature to Mind
The Growth of Mind from Feeling to Choice
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abide accept action activity actualized animals appetite argued argument Aristotle attempt become behaviour C. H. Waddington caprice categorical imperative character choice choose compulsion conception conflict consciousness craving desire determined dipsomania discover doctrine duty economic ethics evil example explain external fact feeling freedom G. E. Moore genetic fallacy Gifford Lecturer give habit hedonism hedonist Hegel higher human conduct hypothetical imperative ideal implies impulse instinct intelligible intention J. N. FINDLAY justified Kant kind logical positivism man's means mental mind moral experience moral system nature obey objective obligation ourselves philosophy physical Plato pleasure political possible potentialities practice principle produce Professor promise pure R. G. Collingwood rational realize reason reflection regard reject religion Robinson rules satisfaction self-consciousness sense situation social sort sphere spirit super-ego suppose theory thing thinking thought tion transcendence true truth uncon unconscious utilitarian utility wrong