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" That no idea or feeling arises, save as a result of some physical force expended in producing it, is fast becoming a commonplace of science... "
The Journal of Speculative Philosophy - Strona 114
autor: WM. James - 1878
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Miscellaneous Papers

Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard - 1851
...thought : these in their turn being directly or indirectly retransformable into the original shapes. That no idea or feeling arises save as a result of some physical force expended iu producing it, is fast becoming a common place of science ; and whoever duly weighs the evidence...
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First Principles

Herbert Spencer - 1862 - Liczba stron: 503
...thought : these, in their turns, being directly or indirectly re-transformable into the original shapes. ^That no idea or feeling arises, save as a result...force expended in producing it, is fast becoming a common place of science ; and whoever duly weighs the evidence will see, that nothing but an overwhelming...
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First Principles of a New System of Philosophy

Herbert Spencer - 1864 - Liczba stron: 508
...thought : these, in their turns, being directly or indirectly re-transformable into the original shapes. That no idea or feeling arises, save as a result of...force expended in producing it, is fast becoming a common place of science ; and whoever duly weighs the evidence will see, that nothing but an overwhelming...
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Bibliotheca Sacra, Tom 47

1890
...process which is not accompanied or preceded by its appropriate physical process. " That no idea or fancy arises save as a result of some physical force expended in producing it, is fast becoming," says Herbert Spencer, "a commonplace of science." In view of these facts, must we not recognize, it...
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On force, its mental and moral correlates

Charles Bray - 1866
...case it is so conditioned as to result in the formation of an oak. So also as VITAL FORCE. 18 Vital forces. " That no idea or feeling arises, save as...weighs the evidence will see, that nothing but an overregards the reunion of the carbon and the oxygen — the form of their reunion is determined by...
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The Anthropological Review, Tom 7

1869
...through, the brain conditions it, or turns it into thought or feeling. Thus Herbert Spencer savs truly, " That no idea or feeling arises, save as a result of...force expended in producing it, is fast becoming a common -place of science ; and whoever truly weighs the evidence will see that nothing but an overwhelming...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the ..., Tom 17,Część 1869

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1869
...thought : these in their turn being directly or indirectly rctransformable into the original shapes. That no idea or feeling arises save as a result of...force expended in producing it, is fast becoming a common place of science ; and whoever duly weighs the evidence will see that nothing but an overwhelming...
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The Congregational Review, Tom 9

1869
...nervous force, and are proportioned to the complexity and size of the structure." So Herbert Spencer : " That no idea or feeling arises save as a result of some physical force expended on producing it, is fast becoming a commonplace of science." That is, an insult which produces a violent...
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First Principles of a New System of Philosophy

Herbert Spencer - 1870 - Liczba stron: 559
...thought: these, in their turns, being directly or indirectly re-transformable into the original shapes. That no idea or feeling arises, save as a result of...force expended in producing it, is fast becoming a common place of science ; and whoever duly weighs the evidence will see, that nothing but an overwhelming...
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First Principles

Herbert Spencer - 1870 - Liczba stron: 559
...their turns, being directly or indirectly re-transformable into the original shapes. That no idea or I feeling arises, save as a result of some physical...force expended ' in producing it, is fast becoming a common place of science ; and whoever duly weighs the evidence will see, that nothing but an overwhelming...
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