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" ... to make clear to ourselves what the essential function is which it performs. As I have found no description or statement of that function which satisfied me, I have ventured, perhaps rashly, to draw up the following new description: The function of... "
Pamphlets on Protozoology (Kofoid Collection) - Página 52
1904
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The Shipley collection of scientific papers, Volumen62

1901
...function which satisfied me, I have ventured, perhaps rashly, to draw up the following new description: The function of consciousness is to dislocate in time the reactions from sensations. In one sense this may be called a definition of consciousness, but inasmuch as it does...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1902
...impressions synchronous. But this somewhat formidable sentence merely paraphrases our original description: The function of consciousness is to dislocate in time the reactions from sensations. This disarrangement and constant rearrangement of the sensations, or impressions from sensations,...
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Popular Science Monthly and World's Advance, Volumen61

1902
...impressions synchronous. But this somewhat formidable sentence merely paraphrases our original description: The function of consciousness is to dislocate in time the reactions from sensations. This disarrangement and constant rearrangement of the sensations, or impressions from sensations,...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1902
...impressions synchronous. But this somewhat formidable sentence merely paraphrases our original description : The function of consciousness is to dislocate in time the reactions from sensations. This disarrangement and constant rearrangement of the sensations, or impressions from sensations,...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1902
...function which satisfied me, I have ventured, perhaps rashly, to draw up the following new description: The function of consciousness is to dislocate in time the reactions from sensations. In one sense this may be called a definition of consciousness, but inasmuch as it does...
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American Journal of Physiology, Volumen8

1903
...described to certain questions that have been raised. In former papers (Jennings, 1899^, page 339; 1899$, page 13), I expressed the opinion that in Paramecium...we know, it belongs exclusively to consciousness." ' Judged by this criterion (substituting "stimulus" for "sensation" as used by Minot) we should clearly...
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Mémoires Et Comptes Rendus de la Société Royale Du Canada

1903
...which arc found outside of ordinary human experience." Minot's cardinal principle is thus expressed: "The function of consciousness is to dislocate in time the reactions from sensations." " Conscious inhibitation is thus distinct from reflex action; the potential reaction may,...
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The Encyclopedia Americana, Volumen5

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - 1903
...function which satisfied me, I have ventured, perhaps rashly, to draw up the following new description : The function of consciousness is to dislocate in time the reactions from sensations. The description calls for a brief explanation. We receive constantly numerous sensations,...
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The Monist, Volumen13

1903
...impressions synchronous. But this somewhat formidable sentence merely paraphrases our original description : The function of consciousness is to dislocate in time the reactions from sensations." The process to which Professor Mi not refers is not at all exclusively a function of consciousness....
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The Jessica Letters: An Editor's Romance

Paul Elmer More - 1904 - 328 páginas
...biologist's comment on " The Problem of Consciousness." You might not suppose that an argument to show how "the function of consciousness is to dislocate in time the reactions from sensations" (!) would have much to do with the properties of literature, but it has. Let me copy out...
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