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" Some ideas are by frequency and strength of association so closely combined, that they cannot be separated. If one exists, the others exist along with it, in spite of whatever effort we make to disjoin them. For example; it is not in our power to think... "
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af James Mill - 1822
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Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic: Metaphysics

Sir William Hamilton - 1859 - 772 sider
...taste, smell, so coalescing as to appear one idea, I give the name, idea of a tree. • ••**•* " Some ideas are by frequency and strength of association..." For example ; it is not in our power to think of color, without thinking of extension ; or of solidity, without figure. We have l Chip. 111. p. 75....
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The Metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton

Sir William Hamilton - 1861 - 584 sider
...smoothness, taste, smell, so coalescing as to appear one idea, I give the name, idea of 11 tree." " Some ideas are, by frequency and strength of association,..." For example ; it is not in our power to think of color, without thinking of extension ; or of solidity, without figure. We have seen color constantly...
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The Metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton

Sir William Hamilton - 1861 - 584 sider
...smoothness, taste, smell, so coalescing as to appear one idea, I give the name, idea of a tree." " Some ideas are, by frequency and strength of association,..." For example ; it is not in our power to think of color, without thinking of extension ; or of solidity, without figure. We have seen color constantly...
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The Metaphysics of Sir William Hamilton

Sir William Hamilton - 1862 - 584 sider
...smoothness, taste, smell, so coalescing as to appear one idea, I give the name, idea of a tree." " Some ideas are, by frequency and strength of association,..." For example ; it is not in our power to think of color, without thinking of extension ; or of solidity, without figure. We have seen color constantly...
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An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy and of the Principal ...

John Stuart Mill - 1865 - 342 sider
...obviously, therefore, of the greatest moment, that this important phenomenon should be well understood. " Some ideas are by frequency and strength of association...exists along with it, in spite of whatever effort we may make to disjoin them. " For example ; it is not in our power to think of color, without thinking...
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An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy and of the Principal ...

John Stuart Mill - 1865 - 578 sider
...are by frequency and strength of asso" ciation so closely combined that they cannot be sepa" rated. If one exists, the other exists along with it, in "spite of whatever effort we may make to disjoin them. " For example ; it is not in our power to think ot " colour, without thinking...
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An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy and of the Principal ...

John Stuart Mill - 1865 - 578 sider
...are by frequency and strength of asso" ciation so closely combined that they cannot be sepa" rated. If one exists, the other exists along with it, in " spite of whatever effort we may make to disjoin them. " For example; it is not in our power to think of " colour, without thinking...
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An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the ..., Bind 1

John Stuart Mill - 1867 - 664 sider
...are by frequency and strength of asso" ciation so closely combined that they cannot be sepa" rated. If one exists, the other exists along with it, in " spite of whatever effort we may make to disjoin them. "For example; it is not in our power to think of " colour, without thinking...
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An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the ..., Bind 1

John Stuart Mill - 1874 - 342 sider
...obviously, therefore, of the greatest moment, that this important phenomenon should be well understood. " Some ideas are by frequency and strength of association...exists along with it, in spite of whatever effort we may make to disjoin them. " For example ; it is not in our power to think of color, without thinking...
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Humboldt library of science. no. 101, 1888, Oplag 101

1888 - 60 sider
...Hartley, as it had been assumed by Berkeley, was farther formulated by James Mill in these terms : — " Some ideas are by frequency and strength of association...spite of Whatever effort we make to disjoin them." — (Analysis of the Human Mind, 2d ed. vol. ip 93.) JS Mill's statement is more guarded and particular...
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