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" For to foresee consists of projecting into the future what has been perceived in the past, or of imagining for a later time a new grouping, in a new order, of elements already perceived. But that which has never been perceived, and which is at the same... "
Strife of Systems and Productive Duality: An Essay in Philosophy - Page 295
by Wilmon Henry Sheldon - 1918 - 534 pages
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Creative Evolution

Henri Bergson - Evolution - 1911 - 407 pages
...indivisible form which gives to these purely abstract L. elements their concrete organization. For to foresee consists of projecting into the future...of elements already perceived. But that which has neyer been perceived, and which is at the same time simple, is necessarily unforeseeable. Now such...
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Contingent Immaterialism: Meaning, Freedom, Time, and Mind

Ben Lazare Mijuskovic - Philosophy - 1984 - 214 pages
...simple indivisible form which gives to these purely abstract elements their concrete organization. For to foresee consists of projecting into the future...and which is at the same time simple, is necessarily unforseeable. Now such is the case with each of our states, regarded as a moment in history that is...
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Introduction to Religious Philosophy

Y. Masih - Advaita - 1991 - 410 pages
...free act. For to foresee consists of projecting into the future what has been perceived in the past But that which has never been perceived, and which is at the same time simple, is necessarily unforeseeable.67 In the same way, Samuel Alexander also holds that the creative future cannot be foreknown...
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Creative Evolution

Henri Bergson - Philosophy - 2007 - 472 pages
...simple indivisible form which gives to these purely abstract elements their concrete organisation. For to foresee consists of projecting into the future...perceived in the past, or of imagining for a later a new grouping, in a new order, of elements already perceived. But that which has never been perceived,...
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Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on i-Warfare and Security

Bill Hutchinson - 2005
...present state of a cognitive entity is a combination of all the past remembered at this situation. Projecting into the future what has been perceived in the past, or imaging a new order to those elements that already have been perceived forms the potential of the coming...
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