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" In the first place, then, it cannot be doubted that every perception we have comes to us from some object different from our mind ; for it is not in our power to cause ourselves to experience one perception rather than another, the perception being entirely... "
René Descartes: Principles of Philosophy: Translated, with Explanatory Notes - Page 39
1984 - 328 pages
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The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, Volume 10; Volume 18

Electronic journals - 1884
...them really exist, is a truth grounded upon the most certain reasons. Whatever sensation we experience undoubtedly comes to us from something different from our mind ; for it does not lie in our power to feel one thing rather than another. This depends entirely on the thing...
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The Elements of the Psychology of Cognition

Robert Jardine - Consciousness - 1874 - 287 pages
...He reasons thus : " It cannot be doubted that every perception we have comes to us from some object different from our mind ; for it is not in our power to cause ourselves to experience one perception rather than another, the perception being entirely dependent on the object...
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The Method, Meditations, and selections from the Principles of Descartes tr ...

René Descartes - 1880
...first place, then, it cannot be doubted that every perception we have comes to us from some object different from our mind ; for it is not in our power to cause ourselves to experience one perception rather than another, the perception being entirely dependent on the object...
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The Journal of speculative philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris ..., Volume 18

Philosophy - 1884
...them really exist, is a truth grounded upon the most certain reasons. Whatever sensation we experience undoubtedly comes to us from something different from our mind; for it does not lie in our power to feel one thing rather than another. This depends entirely on the thing...
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THE JOURNAL OF SPECULATIVE PHILOSOPHY

WILLIAM T HARRIS - 1884
...them really exist, is a truth grounded upon the most certain reasons. Whatever sensation we experience undoubtedly comes to us from something different from our mind ; for it does not lie in our power to feel one thing rather than another. This depends entirely on the thing...
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The Elements of the Psychology of Cognition

Robert Jardine - Consciousness - 1885 - 351 pages
...He reasons thus : " It cannot be doubted that every perception we have comes to us from some object different from our mind ; for it is not in our power to * " Principles," part i., xiv. CHAP. III. SECT. n. Proof of a Deity. Psychology of per. ception. CHAP....
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Physical Realism: Being an Analytical Philosophy from the Physical Objects ...

Thomas Case - Knowledge, Theory of - 1888 - 387 pages
...2 Id. 5. 45. s Id. i. 30. , Id. ii. 1. that every perception we have conies to us from some object different from our mind ; for it is not in our power to cause ourselves to experience one perception rather than another, the perception being entirely dependent on the object...
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Physical Realism: Being an Analytical Philosophy from the Physical Objects ...

Thomas Case - Knowledge, Theory of - 1888 - 387 pages
...2 Id. i. 45. 3 Id. i. 30. " Id. ii. 1. that every perception we have conies to us from some object different from our mind ; for it is not in our power to cause ourselves to experience one perception rather than another, the perception being entirely dependent on the object...
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Descartes, Spinoza and the New Philosophy

James Iverach - 1904 - 245 pages
...which he had made in relation to the self. "Every perception," he says, " comes to us from some object different from our mind ; for it is not in our power to cause ourselves to experience one perception rather than another, the perception being entirely dependent on the object...
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Clavis Universalis

Arthur Collier - Metaphysics - 1909 - 140 pages
...Section I. 36 (p, 52) "It cannot be doubted that every perception we have comes to us from some object different from our mind; for it is not in our power to cause ourselves to experience one perception rather than another — ... It may, indeed, be matter of inquiry whether...
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