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" Physicist would say that he can " explain " how it is that Electricity is generated by Chemical change ; but he knows that such a relation of cause and effect exists between the two orders of phenomena, that every Chemical change is accompanied by an... "
Science Record: A Compendium of Scientific Progress and Discovery During the ... - Seite 401
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The Contemporary Review, Band 21

1873
...accumulation of Carbonic acid (as happens in Asphyxia), there is a gradually increasing torpor of the Mental Faculties, ending in complete insensibility....Emotional ; and if of Emotional, why not of Ideational ? . There is no part of our purely Psychical activity, the relation of which to Physical conditions...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Band 3

1873
...accumulation of Carbonic acid (as happens in Asphyxia), there is a gradually increasing torpor of the Mental Faculties, ending in complete insensibility....that the Physiologist must regard some change in the Nervons substance of the Brain as the immediate Physical cause of all automatic Mental action. If this...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Band 3

1873
...can " explain " how it is that Electricity is generated by Chemical change ; but he knows that snch a relation of cause and effect exists between the...Emotional ; and, if of Emotional, why not of Ideational ? There is no part of our purely Physical activity, the relation of which to Physical conditions is...
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Principles of Mental Physiology, with Their Applications to the Training and ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1874 - 737 Seiten
...disturbance of Electricity ; and thus, whenever he witnesses Electric disturbance, he is led to look f> r some Chemical change as its Physical cause. And in precisely the same sense, and no other, the Physiologist must regard some change in the substance of the Brain as the immediate Fhysii-al...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Band 3

1878
...repugnance to such a view. I do not say that it explains any Mental phenomenon. No sound Physicist wonld say that he can " explain " how it is that Electricity...Emotional ; and, if of Emotional, why not of Ideational ? There is no part of our purely Physical activity," the relation of which to Physical conditions is...
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Visions: A Study of False Sight (pseudopia)

Edward Hammond Clarke - 1878 - 315 Seiten
...disturbance of electricity ; and thus, whenever he witnesses electric disturbance, he is led to look for some chemical change as its physical cause. And in precisely the same sense, and no other, the physiologist must regard some change in the substance of the brain as the immediate physical...
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Report of the Board of Trustees and Officers, Ausgabe 24

Ohio. State Hospital, Cleveland - 1879
...disturbance of electricity; and thus, whenever he witnesses electric disturbance, he is led to look for some chemical change as its physical cause. And in precisely the same sense, and no other, the physiologist must regard some change in the substance of the brain as the immediate physical...
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Principles of Mental Physiology: With Their Applications to the Training and ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1883 - 737 Seiten
...disturbance of Electricity ; and thus, whenever he witnesses Electric disturbance, he is led to look fi r some Chemical change as its Physical cause. And in precisely the same sense, and no other, the Physiologist must regard some change in the substance of the Brain as the immediate Physical...
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