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" ... produced in us only by different degrees and modes of motion in our animal spirits, variously agitated by external objects, the abatement of any former motion must as necessarily produce a new sensation as the variation or increase of it; and so introduce... "
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding - Página 104
de John Locke - 1805 - 510 páginas
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Zur Wissenschaftstheorie der Farbenlehre: Aufgaben, Texte, Lösungen

Timm Lampert - 2000 - 390 páginas
...in sorne cases at least, produce a positive idea, viz. that all Sensation being produced in us only by different degrees and modes of motion in our animal...external objects, the abatement of any former motion must äs necessarily produce a new Sensation, as the Variation or increase of it ; and so introduce a new...
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First Philosophy: Fundamental Problems and Readings in Philosophy

Andrew Bailey - 2002 - 966 páginas
...in some cases at least, produce a positive idea, viz. that all sensation being produced in us only by different degrees and modes of motion in our animal...different motion of the animal spirits in that organ. §5. But whether this be so or not I will not here determine, but appeal to every one's own experience,...
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Philosophical Inquiry: Classic and Contemporary Readings

Jonathan Eric Adler, Catherine Z. Elgin - 2007 - 896 páginas
...in some cases at least, produce a positive idea, viz. that all sensation being produced in us, only cognizing the shadows, wouldn't he invite ridicule?...even to try to travel upward? And, as for anyone wh introduces a new idea, which depends only on a different motion of the animal spirits in that organ....
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The Cambridge Companion to Locke's 'Essay Concerning Human Understanding'

Lex Newman - 2007
...change in the velocity of the corpuscles in our animal spirits. If ideas are "produced in us, only by different degrees and modes of Motion in our animal...Spirits, variously agitated by external Objects," then a privative cause would cause a positive idea, since "the abatement of any former motion, must...
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John Locke and the Rhetoric of Modernity

Philip Vogt - 2008 - 197 páginas
...in some cases at least, produce a positive Idea, viz. That all Sensation being produced in us, only by different degrees and modes of Motion in our animal...different motion of the animal Spirits in that Organ. (Essay, II/viii/4) The conditional-counterfactual announcement, marked by the subjunctive conjugation,...
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The Intuitive Basis of Knowledge: An Epistemological Inquiry

Nikolaĭ Onufrievich Losskiĭ - 1919 - 420 páginas
...the disappearance of some properties in the objects may be the source of a new positive idea, for " the abatement of any former motion must as necessarily...different motion of the animal spirits in that organ." 1 But Locke is not consistent in his view of sensation. In spite of his sceptical reflections he is...
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Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind, Volumen 2

James Mill - 1829
...privative cause might produce a positive idea ; viz., that, all sensation being produced in us, only by different degrees and modes of motion in our animal...motion, must as necessarily produce a new sensation, [for " abatement of any former motion," read, ceasing of a particular sensation ; and for " new sensation,"...
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