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Consciousness from the Point of View of Psychology
Consciousness as a Relation _
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asserts B. H. Bode become present fact bodily response body responds body with reference candle center of reference clue color conception of consciousness conscious behavior conscious complex conscious relational consciousness and meaning consciousness is present cross-section dependent aspect differentia discussion distinctive trait doctrine double aspect ence end or aim end-terms environment example experience following passage fringe function which things functionalist furnishes future Ibid identify consciousness Marvin McGilvary mental mind nature of consciousness nervous system ness Northwestern University objects of consciousness one's organism passing Thought peculiar perception Perry physical problem propositions psychic Psychological Review Psychology and Sc qualities of objects question reaction realists reflex rela relation of consciousness relational complex sciousness scratching seems sensations sense separate and distinct simple qualities stim stimulus stove stream of thought subject-matter subjective manifold things in consciousness things perform tion tional complex Titchener Titchener's University of Wisconsin unmis Woodbridge writer