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The words idea, perception, sensation, recolle&tion, suggestion, and association,
are each of them used in this treatise in a more limited sense than in the writers of
metaphysic. The author was in doubt, whether he should rather have ...
Perception. 9. Sensation. Io. Recollection and suggestion. 11. Habit, causation,
association, catenation, 12. Reflex ideas. 13. Stimulus defined. As some
explanations and definitions will be necessary in the prosecution of the work, the
reader is ...
The ultimate fibrils of these nerves terminate in the immediate organs of sense
and muscular fibres, and is a ligature be put on any part of their passage from the
head or spine, all motion and perception cease in the parts beneath the ligature.
The word perception includes both the action of the organ of sense in
consequence of the impact of external objects, and our attention to that action;
that is, it expresses both the motion of the organ of sense, or idea, and the pain or
... by habit; that is, by frequent repetition. 12. It may be proper to observe, that by
the unavoidable idiom of our language the ideas of perception, of recollection, or
of imagination, in the plural number signify the ideas belonging to perception ...
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Written by the grandfather of Charles Darwin, this book is a masterful treatise on the medical disorders and how to treat them. Primarily of interest to people who are interested in the period ... Read full review