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" Consciousness connotes a kind of external relation, and does not denote a special stuff or way of being. The peculiarity of our experiences, that they not only are, but are known, which their "conscious" quality is invoked to explain, is better explained... "
Essays in Radical Empiricism - Page 25
by William James - 1912 - 282 pages
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Psychological Review, Volume 15

James Mark Baldwin, James McKeen Cattell, Howard Crosby Warren, John Broadus Watson, Herbert Sidney Langfeld, Carroll Cornelius Pratt, Theodore Mead Newcomb - Psychology - 1908
...'The MS. of this article was received April 6, 1908. — ED. ' 256 DEFINITIONS OF CONSCIOUSNESS. that they not only are, but are known, which their ' conscious...themselves being experiences — to one another." ' As a given experience originally occurs it is ' a simple that,' to which subjectivity is imputed,...
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Psychological Review, Volume 15

James Mark Baldwin, James McKeen Cattell, Howard Crosby Warren, John Broadus Watson, Herbert Sidney Langfeld, Carroll Cornelius Pratt, Theodore Mead Newcomb - Psychology - 1908
...The peculiarity of our experiences, 'The MS. of this article was received April 6, 1908. —En. that they not only are, but are known, which their ' conscious...themselves being experiences — to one another." ' As a given experience originally occurs it is ' a simple that,' to which subjectivity is imputed,...
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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Philosophy - 1911
...relation, and does not denote a special stuff or way of being. The peculiarity of our experiences, that they not only are, but are known, which their 'conscious'...relations themselves being experiences — to one another."1" In short James resolves everything into experiences, even relations between experiences...
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The Monist, Volume 24

Paul Carus - Philosophy - 1914
...relation, and does not denote a special stuff or way of being. The peculiarity of our experiences, that they not only are, but are known, which their 'conscious'...relations themselves being experiences — to one another" (p. 25 ; the italics are in the original). James explains, a few pages later, that a vivid image of...
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The Problem of Knowledge

Douglas Clyde Macintosh - Knowledge, Theory of - 1915 - 503 pages
..."The peculiarity of our experiences, that they not only are, but are known, which their 1conscious' quality is invoked to explain, is better explained...themselves being experiences — to one another." 4 The separation of pure experience into consciousness and content is really adding to a portion of...
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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Philosophy - 1904
...are, but are known, which their 'consciou is invoked to explain, is tetter explained by their relatio relations themselves being experiences— to one another....IV "Were I now to go on to treat of the knowing of per& conceptual experiences, it would again prove to be an affi ternal relations. One experience would...
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Theory of Knowledge: The 1913 Manuscript

Bertrand Russell, Elizabeth Ramsden Eames - Philosophy - 1984 - 258 pages
...our experiences, that they not only are, but are known, which their "conscious" 20 quality is invohed to explain, is better explained by their relations...relations themselves being experiences — to one another. (P. 25; the italics are in the original) James explains, a few pages later, that a vivid image of fire...
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Logic and Knowledge: Essays 1901-1950

Bertrand Russell, Robert Charles Marsh - Philosophy - 1988 - 382 pages
...relation, and does not denote a special stuff or way of being. The peculiarity of our experiences, that they not only are, but are known, which their ''conscious"...relations themselves being experiences — to one another' [page 25; the italics are in the original], James explains, a few pages later, that a vivid image of...
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The Private Self

Arnold H. Modell - Psychology - 1993 - 250 pages
...relation, and does not denote a special stuff or way of being. The peculiarity of our experiences, that they not only are, but are known, which their 'conscious'...relations themselves being experiences — to one another. "58 James thus denied that consciousness denoted an entity; rather, he insisted that it stood for a...
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Essays in Radical Empiricism

William James - Philosophy - 1912 - 282 pages
...relation, and does not denote a special stuff or way of being. The peculiarity of our experiences, that they not only are, but are known, which their 'conscious' quality is invoiced to explain, is better explained by their relations — these relations themselves being experiences...
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