Sir William Hamilton, Being the Philosophy of Perception: An Analysis (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, Sep 16, 2017 - 160 pages
Excerpt from Sir William Hamilton, Being the Philosophy of Perception: An Analysis
It is to be said, at the same time, that the surprise at my own results, together with the resistance to these results which I met with at the hands of two of Sir William Hamilton's most competent and admiring students, in whose society the relative study was pretty much carried on, threw me so often back on the duty of re-investigation that, in the end, it was impossible for me longer to doubt the truth of my own conclusions.
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