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" ... to us and to our fellow-creatures; the actual sensations are not. That which other people become aware of when and on the same grounds as I do, seems more real to me than that which they do not know of unless I tell them. The world of possible sensations... "
The Battle of the Two Philosophies - 68. oldal
szerző: Lucy F March Phillipps - 1866 - 88 oldal
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine, 2. kötet

1865
...known to me" (p. 193). " The world of possible sensations, succeeding one another according to laws, is as much in other beings as it is in me ; it has, therefore, an existence outside of me — it is an external world " (p. 197). " Matter, then,...

An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy and of the Principal ...

John Stuart Mill - 1865 - 560 oldal
...know of unless I tell them. The world of Possible Sensations succeeding one another according to laws, is as much in other beings as it is in me ; it has therefore an existence outside me ; it is an External World. If this explanation of the origin...

An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the ..., 1. kötet

John Stuart Mill - 1865
...know of unless I tell them. The world of Possible Sensations succeeding one another according to laws, is as much in other beings as it is in me ; it has therefore an existence outside me ; it is an External World. If this explanation of the origin...

Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind, 1. kötet

James Mill - 1869 - 856 oldal
...according to laws, is as much in other beings as it is in me ; it has therefore an existence outside me ; it is an External World. If this explanation of the origin and growth of the idea of Matter, or External Nature, contains nothing at variance with natural laws, it is at least an admissible supposition,...

The Sciences of Nature Versus the Science of Man: A Plea for the Science of Man

Noah Porter - 1871 - 98 oldal
...objects by other beings. " The world of possible sensations succeeding one another, according to laws, is as much in other beings as it is in me ; it has, therefore, an existence outside of me, it is an external world."* As if the existence of other...

Science and Humanity: Or, A Plea for the Superiority of Spirit Over Matter

Noah Porter - 1872 - 96 oldal
...objects by other beings. " The world of possible sensations succeeding one another, according to laws, is as much in other beings as it is in me ; it has, therefore, an existence outside of me, it is an external world."* As if the existence of other...

A history of philosophy, from Thales to the present time. Tr. by G ..., 2. kötet

Friedrich Ueberweg - 1874
...the consideration that " the world of possible sensations, succeeding one another according to laws, is as much in other beings as it is in me ; it has therefore an existence outside me ; it is an external world " (cf. Exam, of Sir AV. Hamilton's...

A History of Philosophy, from Thales to the Present Time, 2. kötet

Friedrich Ueberweg - 1876
...the consideration that " the world of possible sensations, succeeding one another according to laws, is as much in other beings as it is in me ; it has therefore an existence outside me ; it is an external world " (cf. Exam, of Sir "W. Hamilton's...

Science and Sentiment: With Other Papers, Chiefly Philosophical

Noah Porter - 1882 - 506 oldal
...objects by other beings. " The world of possible sensations succeeding one another, according to laws, is as much in other beings as it is in me : it has, therefore, an existence outside of me, it is an external world."2 As if the existence of other...

Introduction to the Study of History: Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Literary

William Binnington Boyce - 1884 - 632 oldal
...the consideration that the world of possible sensations, succeeding one another according to laws, is as much in other beings as it is in me. It has, therefore, an existence outside me : 1 Ueberweg, ii. p. 422. ' David Masson, pp. 275, 276. ' Ibid.,...




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