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" thoughts' and 'feelings' can be active, their activity terminates in the activity of the body, and only through first arousing its activities can they begin to change those of the rest of the world. "
Essays in Radical Empiricism - Page 170
by William James - 1922 - 282 pages
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Psychological Review, Volume 12

James Mark Baldwin, James McKeen Cattell, Howard Crosby Warren, John Broadus Watson, Herbert Sidney Langfeld, Carroll Cornelius Pratt, Theodore Mead Newcomb - Electronic journals - 1905
...its activities can they begin to change those of the rest of the world. The body is the storm center, the origin of coordinates, the constant place of stress...this' position have prerogative emphasis, and, if functions have feelings, must be felt in a peculiar way. The word ' my' designates the kind of emphasis....
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A Pluralistic Universe: Hibbert Lectures at Manchester College on the ...

William James - Philosophy, Modern - 1909 - 404 pages
...only through first arousing its activities can they begin to change those of the rest of the world. The body is the storm centre, the origin of co-ordinates,...experience-train. Everything circles round it, and Ls felt from its point of view. The word 'I,' then, is primarily a noun of position, just like 'this'...
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A pluralistic universe. Hibbert lectures

William James - 1909
...only through first arousing its activities can they begin to change those of the rest of the world. The body is the storm centre, the origin of co-ordinates, the constant place of stress in all that experience- train. Everything circles round it, and is felt from its point of view. The word 'I,' then,...
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WAS wichtiges, Volume 9

1911
...all times with our body as its centre, centre of vision, centre of action, centre of interest. . . . The body is the storm centre, the origin of coordinates,...attached to 'this' position have prerogative emphasis. . . . The 'my' of them is the emphasis, the feeling of perspective-interest in which they are dyed."3...
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The Philosophical Review, Volume 20

Jacob Gould Schurman, James Edwin Creighton, Frank Thilly, Gustavus Watts Cunningham - Philosophy - 1911
...all times with our body as its centre, centre of vision, centre of action, centre of interest. . . . The body is the storm centre, the origin of coordinates,...attached to 'this' position have prerogative emphasis. . . . The 'my' of them is the emphasis, the feeling of perspective-interest in which they are dyed."3...
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Present Philosophical Tendencies: A Critical Survey of Naturalism ..., Page 464

Ralph Barton Perry - Philosophy, Modern - 1912 - 383 pages
...all times with our body as its centre, centre of vision, centre of action, centre of interest. . . . The body is the storm centre, the origin of coordinates,...attached to ' this ' position have prerogative emphasis. . . . The ' my ' of them is the emphasis, the feeling of perspective-interest in which they are dyed."...
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Pluralism and Personality: William James and Some Contemporary Cultures of ...

Don S. Browning - Psychology - 1980 - 280 pages
...activities can they begin to change those of the rest of the world. . . . The body is the storm center, the origin of coordinates, the constant place of stress in all that experience-train. Everything circles around it, and is felt from its point of view.-'7 It may be that the psychologies of Erik Erikson and...
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Pragmatism, the Classic Writings: Charles Sanders Peirce, William James ...

H. S. Thayer - Philosophy - 1970 - 383 pages
...its activities can they begin to change those of the rest of the world. The body is the storm center, the origin of coordinates, the constant place of stress...have feelings, must be felt in a peculiar way. The word "my" designates the kind of emphasis. I see no inconsistency whatever in defending, on the one...
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William James: His Life and Thought

Gerald Eugene Myers - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 628 pages
...systematization of things with reference to a focus of action and interest which lies in the body. . . . The body is the storm centre, the origin of coordinates,...primarily a noun of position, just like "this" and "here." . . . The word "my" designates the kind of emphasis. I see no inconsistency whatever in defending,...
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Writings, 1902-1910

William James - Literary Collections - 1987 - 1379 pages
...only through first arousing its activities can they begin to change those of the rest of the world. The body is the storm centre, the origin of co-ordinates,...have feelings, must be felt in a peculiar way. The word 'my' designates the kind of emphasis. I see no inconsistency whatever in defending, on the one...
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