Samuel Alexander Quotes

Samuel Alexander Quotes: When we come to images or memories or thoughts, speculation, while always closely related to practice, is more explicit, and it is in fact not immediately obvious that such processes can be described in any sense as practical.
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Samuel Alexander Quote: Desire then is the invasion of the whole self by the wish, which, as it invades, sets going more and more of the psychical processes; but at the same time, so long as it remains desire, does not succeed in getting possession of the self.
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Quotes about Samuel Alexander: Both expectations and memories are more than mere images founded on previous experience.
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Quote about Samuel Alexander: But unfortunately Locke treated ideas of reflection as if they were another class of objects of contemplation beside ideas of sensation.
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Samuel Alexander Sayings: The mental act of sensation which issues in reflex movement is so simple as to defy analysis.
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Samuel Alexander Saying: But though cognition is not an element of mental action, nor even in any real sense of the word an aspect of it, the distinction of cognition and conation has if properly defined a definite value.
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