The Brain and the Unity of Conscious Experience
“In comparing the certainty of things spiritual and things temporal, let us not forget this—Mind is the first and most direct thing in our experience; all else is remote inference.
Picture first consciousness as a bundle of sense-impressions and nothing more ... . But picture again consciousness, not this time as a bundle of sense-impressions, but as we intimately know it, responsible, aspiring, yearning, doubting, originating in itself such impulses as those which urge the scientist on his quest for truth.”
KeywordsNerve Cell Perceptual Experience Conscious Experience Gene Combination Left Visual Field
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