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" ... in these modifications, a quality, a phenomenon of mind, absolutely new, has been superadded, which was never involved in, and could therefore never have been evolved out of, the mere faculty of knowledge. The faculty of knowledge is certainly the... "
The Brain as an Organ of Mind - Page 169
by H. Charlton Bastian - 1880 - 708 lehte
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Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic, 1. köide

Sir William Hamilton - 1859
...never involved in, and could, therefore, never have beeu evolved out of, the mere faculty of knowledge. The faculty of knowledge is certainly the first in order, inasmuch as it is the conditio sii/e qua non of the others ; and we are able to conceive a being possessed of the power of recognizing...
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Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic: Metaphysics

Sir William Hamilton - 1859
...never involved in, and could, therefore, never have been evolved out of, the mere faculty of knowledge. The faculty of knowledge is certainly the first in order, inasmuch as it is the eonditio sine qua non of the others ; and we are able to conceive a being possessed of the power of...
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The Metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton

Sir William Hamilton - 1861 - 563 lehte
...never involved in. and could, therefore, never have been evolved out of, the mere faculty of knowledge. The faculty of knowledge is certainly the first in...the power of recognizing existence, and yet wholly * The term Conative (from Conari) is employed by Cudworth in his Treatise on Free Will. The terms Conation...
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The Metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton

Sir William Hamilton - 1861 - 563 lehte
...never involved in, and could, therefore, never have been evolved out of, the mere faculty of knowledge. The faculty of knowledge is certainly the first in...the power of recognizing existence, and yet wholly * The term Conative (from Conari) is employed by Cudworth in his Treatise on free Will. The terms Conation...
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Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic, 1. köide

Sir William Hamilton - 1861
...involved in, and could, therefore, never have been '. — evolved out of, the mere faculty of knowledge. The faculty of knowledge is certainly the first in...able to conceive a being possessed of the power of recognising existence, and yet wholly void of all feeling of pain and pleasure, and of all powers of...
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The Metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton

Sir William Hamilton - 1862 - 563 lehte
...never involved in, and could, therefore, never have been evolved out of, the mere faculty of knowledge. The faculty of knowledge is certainly the first in...the power of recognizing existence, and yet wholly * The term C'oimtire (from Conari) is employed by Cudworth in bis Treatise on Free Will. The terms...
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The Emotions and the Will

Alexander Bain - 1865 - 616 lehte
...never involved in, and could therefore never have been evolved out of, the mere faculty of knowledge. The faculty of knowledge is certainly the first in...able to conceive a being possessed of the power of recognising existence, and yet wholly void of all feeling of pain and pleasure, and of all powers of...
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Ethics of Theism: A Criticism and Its Vindication

Alexander Leitch - 1868 - 599 lehte
...Eeason and Faith, p. 3. ! Cltristian Theism, vol. ip 344. 3 Christian Theism, vol. ii. p. 373. wndilio sine qua non of the others ; and we are able to conceive a being possessed of the power of recognising existence, and yet wholly void of all feeling of pain and pleasure, and of all powers of...
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The Emotions and the Will

Alexander Bain - 1875 - 604 lehte
...never involved in, and could therefore never have been evolved out of, the mere faculty of knowledge. The faculty of knowledge is certainly the first in order, inasmuch as it is the conditio sine qnd non of the others ; and we are able to conceive a being possessed of the power of recognising existence,...
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The Emotions and the Will

Alexander Bain - 1880 - 604 lehte
...therefore never have been evolved out of, the mere faculty of knowledge. The faculty of knowledge is1 certainly the first in order, inasmuch as it is the...able to conceive a being possessed of the power of recognising existence, and yet wholly void of all feeling of pain and pleasure, and of all powers of...
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