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" To be radical, an empiricism must neither admit into its constructions any element that is not directly experienced, nor exclude from them any element that is directly experienced. For such a philosophy, the relations that connect experiences must themselves... "
Strife of Systems and Productive Duality: An Essay in Philosophy - Page 245
by Wilmon Henry Sheldon - 1918 - 534 pages
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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Philosophy - 1911
...radical empiricism "the relations that connect experiences must themselves be experienced relations."22 "To be radical, an empiricism must neither admit into...from them any element that is directly experienced. "22 " There are as many stuffs as there are 'natures' in the things experienced."22 "Here as elsewhere...
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Essays in Radical Empiricism

William James - Empiricism - 1912 - 282 pages
...differs from the Humian type of empiricism in one particular which makes me add the epithet radical. To be radical, an empiricism must neither admit into...that is directly experienced. For such a philosophy, t he relations that connect , experiences must themselves be experienced relations, and any kind of...
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Essays in Radical Empiricism

William James - Experience - 1922 - 282 pages
...differs from the Humian type of empiricism in one particular which makes me add the epithet radical. To be radical, an empiricism must neither admit into...from them any element that is directly experienced. p For such a philosophy, the relations that connect \ experiences must themselves be experienced relations,...
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Studies in Phenomenology and Psychology

Aron Gurwitsch - Philosophy - 1979 - 272 pages
...of concretely felt experience with its immediately next neighbors." Cf. James, PU, p. 326. In fact, "to be radical, an empiricism must neither admit into...from them any element that is directly experienced" (ERE, p. 42). Cf. James's notes of 1897-98, published by Perry, Thought, II, pp. 368ff.; see also Perry,...
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William James

Gay Wilson Allen - Biography & Autobiography - 1970 - 48 pages
...one point if they intersect at the point. In the essay on "A World of Pure Experience" James says: "To be radical, an empiricism must neither admit into...philosophy, the relations that connect experiences must themselves be experienced relations, and any kind of relation experienced must be accounted as...
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American Philosophy: A Historical Anthology

Barbara MacKinnon - Philosophy - 1985 - 688 pages
...differs from the Humian type of empiricism in one particular which makes me add the epithet radical. To be radical, an empiricism must neither admit into...philosophy, the relations that connect experiences must themselves be experienced relations, and any kind of relation experienced must be accounted as...
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Writings, 1902-1910

William James - Literary Collections - 1987 - 1379 pages
...differs from the Humian type of empiricism in one particular which makes me add the epithet radical. To be radical, an empiricism must neither admit into...philosophy, the relations that connect experiences must themselves be experienced relations, and any kind of relation experienced must be accounted as...
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Metaphors of Mind in Fiction and Psychology

Michael S. Kearns - Literary Criticism - 1987 - 259 pages
...lead Richard Hocks to connect Henry James with William James' radical empiricism, an empiricism which "must neither admit into its constructions any element...philosophy, the relations that connect experiences must themselves be experienced relations, and any kind of relation experienced must be accounted as...
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Religion and Radical Empiricism: The Importance of Self-Definition in Research

Nancy Frankenberry - Religion - 1987 - 226 pages
...philosophy of religion needs no recourse to the strategies of these theologies. If it is radical, it will "neither admit into its constructions any element...from them any element that is directly experienced." What bearing does this have on developing a radically empirical philosophy of religion? We may say,...
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The Cinematic Griot: The Ethnography of Jean Rouch

Paul Stoller - Performing Arts - 1992 - 247 pages
...return to the apprehension of "pure experience" as it is perceived in "the immediate flux of life": "To be radical, an empiricism must neither admit into...philosophy, the relations that connect experiences must themselves be experienced relations, and any kind of relation experienced must be accounted as...
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