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" ... the subjective concomitant of the normal amount of activity, not directly connected with life-serving function, in the peripheral end-organs of the cerebro-spinal nervous system. "
Elements of Physiological Psychology: A Treatise of the Activities and ... - Page 501
by George Trumbull Ladd - 1887 - 696 pages
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Physiological Aesthetics

Grant Allen - Aesthetics - 1877 - 283 pages
...receptive side, in the former on the re-active. So that ^Esthetic Pleasure may be provisionally defined as the subjective concomitant of the normal amount...peripheral end-organs of the cerebro-spinal nervous system. What ^Esthetic Pain (or rather disagreeable ./Esthetic Feeling) may be we shall see hereafter. For...
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THE WETSMINSTER REVIEW

The Westminster Review July and October,1877 VOL.LII - 1877
...receptive side, in the former on the reactive. So that aesthetic pleasure may be provisionally defined aa the subjective concomitant of the normal amount of...end-organs of the cerebro-spinal nervous system." This we leave to the initiated. A second passage puts the matter somewhat more clearly — " The aesthetically...
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Physiological Aesthetics

Grant Allen - Aesthetics - 1877 - 283 pages
...side, in the former on the re-active. •* \ So that .(Esthetic Pleasure may be provisionally denned as the subjective concomitant of the normal amount...life-serving function, in the peripheral end-organs of the cerebro-spiual .nervous system. What JSsthetic Pain (or rather disagreeable ./Esthetic Feeling) may...
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The Science of Taste: Being a Treatise on Its Principles

Aesthetics - 1879 - 250 pages
...expression. An English writer of the Eugene Yeron school tells us that it "may be provisionally defined as the subjective concomitant of the normal amount of activity not directly connected with the life-preserving function in the peripheral end-organs of the cerebro-spinal nervous system." l...
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Elements of Physiological Psychology: A Treatise of the Activities and ...

George Trumbull Ladd - Psychology, Experimental - 1887 - 696 pages
...extent not exceeding the ordinary powers of reparation possessed by the system." JEsthetic pleasure he provisionally defines as "the subjective concomitant...life-serving function, in the peripheral end-organs of the cerebro-spiual nervous system." ' Now, that pleasure is the reflex of healthy and unimpeded activity...
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Introduction to Philosophy: An Inquiry After a Rational System of Scientific ...

George Trumbull Ladd - Philosophy - 1891 - 426 pages
...Grant Allen has hit the mark with the high-sounding declaration that all aesthetical pleasure is " the subjective concomitant of the normal amount of...life-serving function, in the peripheral end-organs of the cerebro- spinal nervous system." With all this admitted, it is hard to see wherein the problem of philosophical...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 65

David Masson, Sir George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1892
...piece of music, they are only exercising the iesthetic impulse, and that the aesthetic impulse is only "the subjective concomitant of the normal amount of...peripheral end-organs of the cerebro-spinal nervous system 1 " Is this the Philosophy that Milton found divine and charming and musical as Apollo's lute ? Can...
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An Introduction to the Methods and Materials of Literary Criticism: The ...

Fred Newton Scott - Aesthetics - 1899 - 587 pages
...the gratification they afford. He thus arrives at the following definition : Aesthetic pleasure is " the subjective concomitant of the normal amount of activity, not directly connected with the life-serving function, in the peripheral end-organs of the cerebro-spinal nervous system." Aesthetic...
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Elements of Physiological Psychology: A Treatise of the Activities and ...

George Trumbull Ladd, Robert Sessions Woodworth - Mind and body - 1911 - 704 pages
...extent not exceeding the ordinary powers of reparation possessed by the system." ^Esthetic pleasure he provisionally defines as "the subjective concomitant...nerves of the cerebro-spinal system for sensations, pleasurable or painful, of muscular, organic, or more special sort, scarcely needs statement as a newly...
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Elements of Physiological Psychology;...(thoroughly Rev. and Re-written) by ...

George Trumbull Ladd, Robert Sessions Woodworth - Psychophysiology - 1915 - 704 pages
...extent not exceeding the ordinary powers of reparation possessed by the system." ^Esthetic pleasure he provisionally defines as "the subjective concomitant...nerves of the cerebro-spinal system for sensations, pleasurable or painful, of muscular, organic, or more special sort, scarcely needs statement as a newly...
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