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The collected works of Dugald Stewart - cx. oldal
szerző: Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1858
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An Essay on Consciousness: Or, A Series of Evidences of a Distinct Mind

John Fearn - 1812 - 380 oldal
...Sentence, which runs thus : " The moment that, in consequence of such an impression, a Sen" sation is excited, we learn two facts at once ; the existence...Sensation, and our own existence as sentient Beings ; in other1 " words, the very first exercise of my Consciousness necessarily im" plies a belief," &c. Here,...

Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, 2. kötet

Dugald Stewart - 1814
...were ever to be made on our external senses. The moment that, in consequence of such an impression, a sensation is excited, we learn two facts at once...existence of that being which I denote by the words I and myself. Of these facts, however, it is the former alone of which we can properly be said to be...

Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, 2. kötet

Dugald Stewart - 1814
...were ever to be made on our external senses. The moment that, in consequence of such an impression, a sensation is excited, we learn two facts at once...beings ; — in other words, the very first exercise of consciousuess necessarily implies a belief, not only of the present existence of what is felt, but...

Philosophical Essays

Dugald Stewart - 1816 - 615 oldal
...were ever to be made on our external senses. The moment that, in consequence of such an impression, a sensation is excited, we learn two facts at once...existence of what is felt, but of the present existence of tJiat which feels and thinks ; or (to employ plainer language) the present existence of that being...

A treatise on the records of the creation: and on the moral ..., 1. kötet

John Bird Sumner - 1818
...and farther proof of the existence of a material world f. But so * Philos. Essays, Es. ip 8. " The exercise of consciousness necessarily implies a belief,...present existence of that which feels and thinks. Of these facts, however, it is the former alone of which we can possibly be said to be conscious agreeably...

Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, 2. kötet

Dugald Stewart - 1821
...were ever to be made on our external senses. The moment that, in consequence of such an impression, a sensation is excited, we learn two facts at once...the present existence of that which feels and thinks ; 6r, (to employ plainer language) the present existence of that being which I denote by the words...

A treatise on the records of the Creation, and on the moral ..., 1. kötet

John Bird Sumner (abp. of Canterbury.) - 1825
...the knowledge of our own existence. But Mr. Stewart* has acutely * Philos. Essays, Es. ip 8. " The exercise of consciousness necessarily implies a belief...present existence of that which feels and thinks. Of these facts, however, it is the former alone of which we can possibly be said to be conscious agreeably...

A review of the doctrine of personal identity, by an old ex-scholar of ...

Thomas Wallace (LL.D.) - 1827
...ordinary acceptation of " the word, implies a belief not only of the pre" sent existence of THAT which is felt, but of the " present existence of that which feels and thinks, " that being which I denote by the words /and " myself; yet, properly speaking, it is the former of...

Elements of mental and moral science; designed to exhibit the original ...

George Payne - 1828
...on an external sense." He proceeds to observe, " that the moment in which a sensation is produced, we learn two facts at once — the existence of the...is felt, but of the present existence of that which thinks and feels, or of that being which I denote, I, and myself." It is, however, of the former of...

The Works of Dugald Stewart: Philosophical essays

Dugald Stewart - 1829
...were ever to be made on our external senses. The moment that, in consequence of such an impression, a sensation is excited, we learn two facts at once...beings : — in other words, the very first exercise of ray consciousness necessarily implies a belief, not only of the present existence of what is felt,...




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