CHAPTER XII. A REALISTIC THEORY OF MIND
§ 1. Realism as a Polemic
$ 2. The Fundamental Importance of the Problem of Mind
II. The Method of Introspection
§ 3. Mental Content as Revealed by Introspection
$ 4. The Neutral Elements of Mental Content. The Need of a
§ 5. Mental Action. The Alleged Self-intuition of a Pure
Spiritual Activity .
§ 6. Mental Action as the Feeling of Bodily Action
III. The Method of General Observation
$ 7. The Alleged Impossibility of Observing the Contents of
§ 8. The Difficulty of Observing Mental Content. The Case of
§ 9. Proprio-ceptive Sensations .
10. The Content of Desire, Memory and Thought .
$ 11. The Alleged Impossibility of Observing Mental Action
$ 12. Mental Action as Nervous System
$ 13. Mental Action as Interest
§ 14. Mental Content as Identified by Interested Action
§ 15. A Summary Definition of Mind
CHAPTER XIII. A REALISTIC THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE
I. The Theory of Immanence
§ 1. The Old Realism and the New