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" Who smiles for the pleasure of smiling, or frowns for the pleasure of the frown ? Who blushes to escape the discomfort of not blushing ? Or who in anger, grief, or fear is actuated to the movements which he makes by the pleasures which they yield ? In... "
Mind - Sayfa 535
editör: - 1892
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The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 33. cilt

1919
...anger, grief, or fear is actuated to the movements which he makes by the pleasures which they yield ? In all these cases the movements are discharged fatally...nervous system framed to respond in just that way. The objects of bur rage, love, or terror, the occasions of our tears and smiles, whether they be present...
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The Principles of Psychology, 2. cilt

William James - 1908
...senses, or whether they be merely represented in idea, have this peculiar sort of impulsive power. The impulsive quality of mental states is an attribute...of it than others, some have it in this direction, aud some in that. Feelings of pleasure and pain have it, and perceptions and imaginations of fact have...
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Psychology

William James - 1892 - 478 sayfa
...anger, grief, or fear is actuated to the movements which he 'makes by the pleasures which they yield ? In all these cases the movements are discharged fatally...nervous system framed to respond in just that way. The objects of our rage, love, or terror, the occasions of our tears and smiles, whether they be present...
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Psychology

William James - 1892 - 478 sayfa
...the pleasures which they yield ? In all these cases the movements are discharged fatally by the m a tergo which the stimulus exerts upon a nervous system framed to respond in just that way. The objects of our rage, love, or terror, the occasions of our tears and smiles, whether they be present...
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Practical Idealism

William De Witt Hyde - 1897 - 335 sayfa
...senses, or whether they be merely represented in idea, have this peculiar sort of impulsive power. The impulsive quality of mental states is an attribute...behind which we cannot go. Some states of mind have it more than others. Feelings of pleasure and pain have it, and perceptions and imaginations of fact...
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Introduction to Ethics

Frank Thilly - 1900 - 346 sayfa
...anger, grief, or fear is actuated to the movements which he makes by the pleasures which they yield? In all these cases the movements are discharged fatally...nervous system framed to respond in just that way. The objects of our rage, love, or terror, the occasions of our tears and smiles, whether they be present...
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Introduction to Ethics

Frank Thilly - 1900 - 346 sayfa
...anger, grief, or fear is actuated to the movements which he makes by the pleasures which they yield? In all these cases the movements are discharged fatally...nervous system framed to respond in just that way. The objects of our rage, love, or terror, the occasions of our tears and smiles, whether they be present...
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Psychology

William James - 1915 - 478 sayfa
...the pleasures which they yield ? In all these cases the movements are discharged fatally by the via a tergo which the stimulus exerts upon a nervous system framed to respond in just that way. The objects of our rage, love, or terror, the occasions of our tears and smiles, whether they be present...
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The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 33. cilt

Charles Franklin Dunbar, Frank William Taussig, Abbott Payson Usher, Alvin Harvey Hansen, William Leonard Crum, Edward Chamberlin, Arthur Eli Monroe - 1919
...anger, grief, or fear is actuated to the movements which he makes by the pleasures which they yield ? In all these cases the movements are discharged fatally...nervous system framed to respond in just that way. The objects of our rage, love, or terror, the occasions of our tears and smiles, whether they be present...
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The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 33. cilt

Charles Franklin Dunbar, Frank William Taussig, Abbott Payson Usher, Alvin Harvey Hansen, William Leonard Crum, Edward Chamberlin, Arthur Eli Monroe - 1919
...anger, grief, or fear is actuated to the movements which he makes by the pleasures which they yield ? In all these cases the movements are discharged fatally...nervous system framed to respond in just that way. The objects of our rage, love, or terror, the occasions of our tears and smiles, whether they be present...
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