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act of perception activity actual apprehended Aristotle aspect of mind attains character complementary complete interfusion concept concrete consists constituting creative degree emphasized environment erly especially essential experience explicit external stimulus Freedom functions given group of characteristics group of sounds Habit harmony Hence Heredity higher phase highest ical identity Image Imagination individual mind Instinct intel intellectual involved less living unit matured Memory mental mind considered mode of mind mode of Thought Muscular Sense nature objective aspect objective form one's organic unity perfect phase of mind phase of Sensibility physiological aspect PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY Power-to-do present presupposes Principles of Psychology Product of perception properly psychical response rational realized relations Representation reproduction retina rhythmic sciousness seized self-adjustment sensation sensuous aspect sensuous element sibility simplest phase sound or group sphere spinal cord spiritual aspect structural form subjective thought-element thought-form tion ultimate unconscious unfolding unit of Energy unity vidual voluntary
Page 16 - ... teacher should insist upon an attentive mind and a quiet body during recitation. Tact and energy on the part of the teacher are as necessary as attention and interest on the part of the pupil. Teacher and pupil influence each other. As knowledge cannot be conveyed directly from *REPRESENTATION.—But a percept really becomes matured as such only through successive stages. An object must be seen many times before it is rightly seen.