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" The statement of fact is that the relations between things, conjunctive as well as disjunctive, are just as much matters of direct particular experience, neither more so nor less so, than the things themselves. The generalized conclusion is that therefore... "
Essays in Radical Empiricism - Page xii
by William James - 1922 - 282 pages
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The Meaning of Truth: A Sequel to "Pragmatism,"

William James - Reality - 1909 - 297 pages
...matters of direct particu|L lar experience, neither more so nor less so, than the things themselves. The generalized conclusion is that therefore the parts...own right a concatenated or continuous structure. The great obstacle to radical empiricism in the contemporary mind is the rooted rationalist belief...
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The Philosophy of William James

Théodore Flournoy, Edwin Bissell Holt - 1917 - 246 pages
...with another, without any foreign principle being necessary to serve as their cement or support. " The parts of experience hold together from next to...own right a concatenated or continuous structure." You see that the three elements into which James divides his radical empiricism converge toward one...
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The Philosophy of William James

Théodore Flournoy - Will - 1917 - 246 pages
...another, without any foreign principle being necessary to serve as their cement or support. " The pajts of experience hold together from next to next by relations that are themselves_parts, of experience, The directly appre^ hended universe needs, in short, no extraneous...
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Phenomenology and the Social Sciences

Maurice A. Natanson - Education - 1973 - 464 pages
...things immediately experienced as one sort of conjunct relation. James's generalized conclusion is that "the parts of experience hold together from next to...apprehended universe needs, in short, no extraneous, transemprrical, connective support, but possesses in its own right a concatenated or continuous structure."...
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Ingardeniana

Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka - Philosophy - 1976 - 438 pages
...failed to define the role of the pure ego in the overall scheme of our consciousness. He thought that "the parts of experience hold together from next to...relations that are themselves parts of experience" and thus do not need any extraneous, transempirical, connective support. Hence he differs from the...
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Martin Heidegger's Philosophy of Religion

John Williams - Philosophy - 1977 - 188 pages
...much matters of direct particular experience, neither more so nor less so than the things themselves . The generalized conclusion is that therefore the parts...universe needs, in short, no extraneous trans-empirical conjunctive support, but possesses in its own right a concatenated or continuous structure. 13 That...
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Marxism and Alternatives: Towards the Conceptual Interaction Among Soviet ...

Tom Rockmore - Philosophy - 1981 - 311 pages
...much matters of direct particular experience, neither more so nor less so, than the things themselves. The generalized conclusion is that therefore the parts...possesses in its own right a concatenated or continuous structure.1 In the Essays in Radical Empiricism, James asserts that reality is richer than we have...
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William James: His Life and Thought

Gerald Eugene Myers - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 628 pages
...much matters of direct particular experience, neither more nor less so, than the things themselves. The generalized conclusion is that therefore the parts...own right a concatenated or continuous structure. (MT, xii-xiii) The movement of James's thinking from the psychology to the philosophy of intentionality...
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Writings, 1902-1910

William James - Literary Collections - 1987 - 1379 pages
...much matters of direct particular experience, neither more so nor less so, than the things themselves. The generalized conclusion is that therefore the parts...own right a concatenated or continuous structure. The great obstacle to radical empiricism in the contemporary mind is the rooted rationalist belief...
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Religion and Radical Empiricism: The Importance of Self-Definition in Research

Nancy Frankenberry - Religion - 1987 - 226 pages
...postulate and of the statement of fact, James could assert: "The parts of experience hold together next by next by relations that are themselves parts of experience....possesses in its own right a concatenated or continuous structure."7 Experience, in other words, already contains within itself the conjunctions requisite...
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