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Functions and Systems
Physical and Spiritual in Modern Philosophywith
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activity actual Anaximander animal Aristotle aspect assume atom body-feeling causal causal systems Chap character characteristic cognitive complete conceived concept consciousness constitute correlate defined definition definitory Democritus Descartes determined difference distinction dualism electron elements emotional entities essence eternal example existence expression fact factor flux functional relation fundamental Heraclitus human idea identity implies independent instance instinct interpretation involved jective knowledge latter Leibniz living body manifold means mental metaphysical mind modality monism moral motion ontological organism Parmenides percipient event perience personality phase philosophy physical world physiological position possible present presupposes primary principle problem Process and Reality properties psychical question reality realm recognize reference represent Santayana sciousness secondary self-consciousness selfhood sensations sense sensory significance space spatial specious present spiritual mode structure subjective system system of experience theory things thought tion truth uncon unconscious vortex ring wave mechanics Whitehead words