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" Suppose, for example, that the whole universe of material things — the furniture of earth and choir of heaven — should turn out to be a mere surface-veil of phenomena, hiding and keeping back the world of genuine realities. "
Human Immortality: Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrine - Page 15
by William James - 1898 - 70 pages
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Self Culture, Volume 9

Self-culture - 1899
...in connection with the brain. Professor James then strikes out a fruitful idea. "Suppose," he says, 6k j" t 1DQ Q 8N 6 6 s ݘ <O><dU` S+ 7 &r c J wL... n *鳧 .N& LB t5H [ 1 Ps 4 Q{^ (?& A 5S" `} a ʻ 5 to neither common sense nor to philosophy." Thought, then, is the reality, and what we see around us,...
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The Metaphysical Magazine, Volumes 9-10

1899
..."Suppose . . . that the whole universe of material things . should turn out to be a mere surface veil of phenomena, hiding and keeping back the world of...foreign neither to common sense nor to philosophy. "... Life, like a dome of many-colored glass, Stains the white radiance of eternity. Suppose, now,...
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Theology at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century: Essays on the Present Status ...

John Vyrnwy Morgan - Christianity - 1900 - 544 pages
...James, of Harvard, says (" Human Immortality," p. 16) : " Suppose the whole universe of material things should turn out to be a mere surface-veil of phenomena,...foreign neither to common sense nor to philosophy. * * * " Life like a dome of many-coloured glass, Stains the white radiance of eternity." Admit now...
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The Limits of Evolution: And Other Essays Illustrating the Metaphysical ...

George Holmes Howison - Evolution - 1901 - 396 pages
...hypothesis into the world of real fact. I mean the theory, that, as Professor James himself expresses it, " the whole universe of material things — the furniture...hiding and keeping back the world of genuine realities ; . . . the whole world of natural experience, as we get it, to be but a time-mask, shattering or refracting...
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The Certainty of Religion

Frederick Storrs Turner - Knowledge, Theory of (Religion) - 1907 - 152 pages
...things — the furniture of earth and choir of heaven — should turn out to be a mere surface -veil of phenomena, hiding and keeping back the world of...sense believes in realities behind the veil even too superatitiously ; and idealistic philosophy declares the whole world of natural experience, as we get...
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Body and Mind: A History and a Defense of Animism

William McDougall - Animism - 1911 - 384 pages
...to this view, then, the brain is the ground of our psychical individuality. Matter is regarded as " a mere surfaceveil of phenomena, hiding and keeping back the world of genuine realities," 3 and our brains are regarded as translucent spots or systems of pores in this veil, whereby beams...
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Review of Reviews and World's Work: An International Magazine, Volume 47

Albert Shaw - 1913
...theories: "Suppose, for example, the whole universe of material things, the furniture of earth, and the choir of heaven should turn out to be a mere surface-veil of Phenomena hiding and keeping back a world of genuine realities. Such a supposition is foreign to neither common sense nor philosophy."...
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Body and Mind: A History and a Defense of Animism

William McDougall - Animism - 1920 - 384 pages
...to this view, then, the brain is the ground of our psychical individuality. Matter is regarded as " a mere surfaceveil of phenomena, hiding and keeping back the world of genuine realities," 3 and our brains are regarded as translucent spots of systems of pores in this veil, whereby beams...
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The New Light on Immortality: Or, The Significance of Psychic Research

John Herman Randall - Parapsychology - 1921 - 174 pages
...psychologist leaves out of account. " Suppose, for example, that the whole universe of material things should turn out to be a mere surface-veil of phenomena,...hiding and keeping back the world of genuine realities — a supposition foreign neither to common sense or to philosophy. Suppose, moreover, that the veil,...
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The American Review of Reviews, Volume 47

Albert Shaw - American literature - 1913
...theories: "Suppose, for example, the whole universe of material things, the furniture of earth, and the choir of heaven should turn out to be a mere surface-veil of Phenomena hiding and keeping back a world of genuine realities. Such a supposition is foreign to neither common sense nor philosophy."...
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