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The Reform of Fundamental Concepts i
The Reformed Concepts of Space and Time
The Reformed Concept of Matter
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action activity advance animal appears arise aspect assimilation atom becomes biological body causation cell chapter Characterology chemical compound co-ordination colloid complex concept of Holism concept of matter conscious constitution creative Evolution D. H. Lawrence Darwin definite direction dominant effect elements energy Entelechy entities environment equilibrium experience explain external fact factor field freedom functions fundamental gametophyte germ-cell Graham Greene harmony Helium holistic character human Personality idea ideal important individual influence inner inorganic interaction laws Leibniz material mechanical mechanistic ment mental merely mind molecules monads mutation Natural Selection nucleus operative Organic Descent organic Evolution organisation Personology phases phenomena philosophy physical physico-chemical plant Pre-established Harmony principle protons protoplasm psychical psychology purely realise reality regulation result scientific sense sensible simple Space-Time species spiritual stage stimulus structure substances synthesis synthetic tendency theory things thought tion transformation unity universe variations vidual view-point Vitalistic whole