The Senses and the Intellect

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J. W. Parker, 1855 - 614 páginas
"The object of this treatise is to give a full and systematic account of two principal divisions of the science of mind, the Senses and the Intellect. The remaining two divisions, comprising the Emotions and the Will, will be the subject of a future treatise. While endeavouring to present in a methodical form all the important facts and doctrines bearing upon mind, considered as a branch of science, I have seen reason to adopt some new views, and to depart in a few instances from the most usual arrangement of the topics"--Chapitre(PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved).
 

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Acquisition of combined movements
321
Transition from the actual to the ideal
329
Case of sensations
335
Association of Feelings of movement
341
Sensations of Hearing
347
their cohesion in the mind
352
Distance and Magnitude imply other organs than the eye
364
Question as to the independent existence of matter
370
The appreciation of Distance follows the estimate
379
Localization of bodily feelings
385
Harmonizing and coordinating the locomotive move
393
Voluntary acquisition exemplified by the case
405
NATURAL OBJECTS AGGREGATES OF NATURAL QUALITIES
411
SUCCESSIONS
418
Natural persistence of mental movements once begun
420
Method of mechanical training
426
The mother tongue
432
The experimental and concrete sciences
438
OUR PAST LIFE
445
CHAPTER II
451
Identification of feelings of organic life
457
Properties common to sensations of different senses
484
Objects identified from their uses mechanical invention
490
The Animal Kingdom
497
Identification among the different classes of successions
501
Scientific Causation Newtons discovery of universal
507
the inductive process demands the power
514
Reasoning by Analogy
523
Persuasion
529
Some of the Fine Arts involve the intellect largely
535
Business acquisitions
541
Connexion of things with uses
549
MIXED CONTIGUITY AND SIMILARITY
555
OBSTRUCTIVE ASSOCIATION
565
OF CONSTRUCTIVE ASSOCIATION
571
CONSTRUCTIVENESS IN THE SENSATIONS
579
Combining of two emotions so as to bring out a third
586
CONSTRUCTIVENESS IN SCIENCE
592
FINE ART CONSTRUCTIONS IMAGINATION
599
Constructions to satisfy the emotions of Fine Art properly
605
236
611

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