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" At the same time the mind perceived sizes, shapes, motions and so on, which were presented to it not as sensations but as things, or modes of things, existing (or at least capable of existing) outside thought, although it was not yet aware of the difference... "
René Descartes: Principles of Philosophy: Translated, with Explanatory Notes - Page 33
1984 - 328 pages
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Descartes: Selected Philosophical Writings

René Descartes - Philosophy - 1988 - 249 pages
...mind perceived sizes, shapes, motions and so on, which were presented to it not as sensations but as things, or modes of things, existing (or at least capable of existing) outside thought, although it was not yet aware of the difference between things and sensations. The next stage arose...
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Central Themes in Early Modern Philosophy: Essays Presented to Jonathan Bennett

Jan A. Cover, Mark Kulstad - Philosophy - 1990 - 336 pages
...and sizes, shapes, motions and the like on the other hand: the latter only "were exhibited to it not as sensations, but as certain things, or modes of...or at least capable of existing, outside thought." Yet a little earlier he has indicated, more visibly in keeping with the Third Meditation, that sensations...
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Key Philosophical Writings

René Descartes - Fiction - 1996 - 407 pages
...figures, movements and the like, which were exhibited to it not as sensations but as things or the modes of things existing, or at least capable of existing, outside thought, although it did not yet observe this distinction between the two. And afterwards when the machine of...
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Cartesian Truth

Thomas C. Vinci - Philosophy - 1998 - 288 pages
...mind perceived sizes, shapes, motions and so on, which were presented to it not as sensations but as things, or modes of things, existing (or at least capable of existing) outside thought. (AT VIIIA, 35; CSM I, 219) If the sensations of color and heat do not represent "anything outside thought,"...
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Ideas and Mechanism: Essays on Early Modern Philosophy

Margaret Dauler Wilson - Philosophy - 1999 - 524 pages
...and sizes, shapes, motions and the like on the other hand: the latter only "were exhibited to it not as sensations, but as certain things, or modes of...or at least capable of existing, outside thought." Yet a little earlier he has indicated, more visibly in keeping with the Third Meditation, that sensations...
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Readings in Modern Philosophy, Vol. 1: Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz and ...

Roger Ariew, Eric Watkins - Philosophy - 2000 - 313 pages
...sizes, shapes, motions and the like, which were exhibited to it, not as sensations, but as things or the modes of things existing, or at least capable of existing, outside thought, although it did not yet observe the distinction between the two. And afterwards when the machine of...
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