Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind - Vol. 2

Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind - Vol. 2

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Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind - Vol. 2

Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind - Vol. 2

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We have now seen that, in what we call the mental world, Consciousness, there are three grand classes of phenomena, the most familiar of all the facts with which we are acquainted,—sensations, ideas, and the train of ideas. We have examined a number of the more complicated cases of Consciousness; and have found, that they all resolve themselves into the three simple elements, thus enumerated. We also found it necessary to shew, for what ends, and in what manner, marks were contrived of sensations and ideas, and by what combinations they were made to represent . . .
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