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THE GROWTH OF ACTS
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abstraction action activity acts actual animal appear arise artistic basic become beginning behavior biological called cells changes character color complex concept continuous course created direct discussion dynamic effect elements emotion entirely especially essentially evolution existence experience expression fact feeling felt figure functions further given gives growth human idea imagination important impulse individual instance interesting involved kind language less light limited living logical material matter means mechanisms mental mind motivation movement nature normal object observed occur organism original pattern perception perhaps phase phenomena philosophical physical possible potential present principle problems produce progress projection psychology purely reason reference relation response rhythms says scientific seems sense simple single situation sometimes sort space structure symbolic tensions theory things thinking thought tion usually vital whole