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2nd Edit 3rd Edition abstraction antithesis application Aristotle belongs Berkeley body C. S. Calverley character communication conceive confusion consciousness consider course Descartes described distinction Dr Whewell Dr Whewell's Ethology existence express external world F. A. Paley facts of mind faculties Fcap feeling Ferrier former George Bell give human idea important independent intelligence J. W. Donaldson kind known language ledge look manner mean mental Mill Mill's moral natural agents nerves ness non-ego notion Ontology optic nerve ourselves particular passage perceive perception perhaps pheno phenomenalist view philosophical physical portion possible Post 8vo predicates present Real Logic reality reason reference relation relativeness of knowledge retina secondary qualities seems sensation sense sensive power side Sir William Hamilton sort space speak substance substratum suppose supposition Teleology term things thought tion truth understand UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA unknowable various word
Página 228 - He knows that there is a mask of theory over the whole face of nature, if it be theory to infer more than we see. But other men unaware of this masquerade, hold it to be a fact that they see cubes and spheres, spacious apartments and winding avenues. And these things are facts to them, because they are unconscious of the mental operation by which they have penetrated nature's disguise.
Página 63 - Because existence is not cognizable, absolutely and in itself, but only in special modes ; 2°, Because these modes can be known only if they stand in a certain relation to our faculties ; and 3°, Because the modes thus relative to our faculties are presented to, and known by, the mind only under modifications determined by these faculties themselves.