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" The assumption that the mind is a real being, which can be acted upon by the brain, and which can act on the body through the brain, is the only one compatible with all the facts of experience.— George T. "
Elements of Physiological Psychology: A Treatise of the Activities and ... - Page 667
by George Trumbull Ladd - 1887 - 696 pages
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Columbus medical journal: A magazine of medicine and surgery, Volume 31

1907
...assumption that the mind is a real being which can be acted upon by the brain, and which can act upon the body through the brain, is the only one compatible with all the facts of experience. That an idea or a state of consciousness is the product of cellular activity is just as undemonstrable...
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The Literary World, Volume 18

Literature - 1887
...emphatic when one has followed the long and impartial exposition of facts and laws which precedes : The assumption that the mind is a real being, which...only one compatible with all the facts of experience. A WEEK AWAY РВОМ ТШЕ* SET in their sylvan frame of piquant narrative, the six stories and sketches...
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The Unitarian Review, Volume 27

Joseph Henry Allen - Unitarianism - 1887
...in the light of the facts and laws previously discovered and stated. Mind is to him no figment; but "the assumption that the mind is a real being, which...one compatible with all the facts of experience." Materialism, on the other hand, while not hesitating to acknowledge as real the molecules of the brain,...
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The elements of psychology: a text-book

David Jayne Hill - Psychology - 1888 - 419 pages
...theorists. High authorities on the subject of " Physiological Psychology" concede this point. Ladd says: "Finally, then, the assumption that the mind is a...one compatible with all the facts of experience." 1 It is the mind,, or soul, that knows ideas and in which ideas are associated. We should, then, seek...
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The Montreal Medical Journal, Volume 16

George Edgeworth Fenwick, George Ross, Thomas George Roddick - Medicine - 1888
...elements of the body, proceeds to unfold powers that are sui generis, according to laws of its own. The assumption that the mind is a real being which...one compatible with all the facts of experience." Again, in reference to memory, our author says : " Those phenomena of consciousness which we designate...
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The Unitarian, Volume 3

Jabez Thomas Sunderland, Brooke Herford, Frederick B. Mott - Liberalism (Religion) - 1888
...is known on this subject. It is this: "The assumption that the inind is a real being, which can bo acted upon by the brain, and which can act on the...one compatible with all the facts of experience." WOMAN'S WORK. information concerning the religious, philanthropic апЛ literaru work of women, is...
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Outlines of physiological psychology: A text-book of mental science for ...

George Trumbull Ladd - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1891 - 505 pages
...indeed, a mysterious fact. But because of its mystery, it is no less to be acknowledged as a fact. Finally, then, the assumption that the mind is a real...only one compatible with all the facts of experience. Processes involved in the Connection of Body and Hind. — All intercourse between material objects...
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Outlines of Physiological Psychology: A Text-book of Mental Science for ...

George Trumbull Ladd - Psychology, Experimental - 1891 - 505 pages
...indeed, a mysterious fact. But because of its mystery, it is no less to be acknowledged as a fact. Finally, then, the assumption that the mind is a real...brain, is the only one compatible with all the facts of expericm;-. Processes involved in the Connection of Body and Mind. — All intercourse between material...
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Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute, Or ..., Volume 27

Victoria Institute (Great Britain) - Religion and science - 1894
...less to be acknowledged as a fact. The assumption that the mind is a real being which can be acted ou by the brain, and which can act on the body through the brain, is the only one compatible with all facts of experience." Neuroses, or nerve actions, produce psychoses, or mind actions; thus a prick...
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Philosophy of Mind: An Essay in the Metaphysics of Psychology

George Trumbull Ladd - Metaphysics - 1895 - 414 pages
...it is not inconsistent with this, but is rather a part of the same truth, when it is also said : " The assumption that the mind is a real being, which...one compatible with all the facts of experience."* Knowledge on this subject which goes beyond these and similar declarations is not, it would appear,...
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