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Studies in Philosophical Criticism and Construction
Sydney Herbert Mellone
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abstract action activity actual appears aspects assertion becomes called character characteristic complete conception conclusion consciousness consists constituted course definite depends desire determined direction distinction distinguished doctrine effect elements emotion essential Ethics existence experience explain expression fact feeling follow former function fundamental give ground Hence human idea Ideal identity implies importance individual intellectual intelligence involved Judgment Kant kind knowledge known less limited Logic material matter meaning mechanical mental merely mind modes moral motion nature objective observe organic pain particular perception physical pleasure position possible practical present principle problem produce Professor Psychology purely qualities question realised reality reason reference regard relation result scientific seems seen sensation sense side significance social space speak Subject suggests term theory things thought tion true truth ultimate unity universal whole worth
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