What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
according actually affection Alcmaeon Anaxagoras animals Arist Aristotle Aristotle's atoms blood body brain cause central sense colour connexion consists contrary Democritus diaphanous Diels Diogenes Diogenes of Apollonia distinguish doctrine dreams earth elements emanations Empedocles explain external fact faculty fire former function hearing Hence Heraclitus impressions infra inhale Kara latter light means medium memory merely moist motion movement nature object odour olfactory organ of touch ovra Parva Naturalia passage perceive perception physical Plato Plut pores possess potentially produced Protagoras psychology qualities recollect reference reflexion regards relation respiration sapid says Sens sensation sense of touch sense-organ sense-perception sensible sensory organs sensus communis seqq sleep smelling soul sound special senses stimulate supra sweet taste Themistius Theophr Theophrastus theory theory of colour things Timaeus tion ttjv vision visual Vors vovs Zeller
Page 340 - the King to his enemies ; the thought of that brought in the thought of the delivering up of Christ ; and that again the thought of the thirty pence, which was the price of that treason ; and thence easily followed that malicious question ; and all this in a moment of time ; for thought is quick.
Page 199 - And, indeed, hard and soft are names that we give to things only in relation to the constitutions of our own bodies ; that being generally called hard by us, which will put us to pain sooner than change figure by the pressure of any part of our bodies ; and that, on the contrary,
Page 327 - Poetry implies either a happy gift of nature or a strain of madness. In the one case a man can take the mould of any character ; in the other he is lifted out of his proper self
Page 52 - War' nicht das Auge sonnenhaft, Wie könnten wir das Licht erblicken ? Lebt' nicht in uns des Gottes eigne Kraft, Wie könnt' uns Göttliches entzücken ?
Page 316 - object is removed, or the eye shut, we still retain an image of the thing seen, though more obscure than when we see it
Page 327 - Dryden : Great wits are sure to madness near allied, And thin partitions do their bounds divide.
Page 293 - For no man in his perfect senses comes under the influence of a genuine prophetic inspiration. Sense and intelligence are often required to interpret prophecies, and to determine what is meant by dreams, or signs, or prognostics of other kinds : but such revelations are received by men destitute of sense
Page 60 - all things are being created and destroyed, coming into being, and passing into new forms ; nor can any name fix or detain them ; he who attempts to fix them is easily refuted; and
Page 60 - not as having any absolute existence, but as being all of them, of whatever kind, generated by motion in their intercourse with one another ; for of the agent and patient, as existing in separation, no trustworthy conception