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" Important as is the influence of pleasures and pains upon our movements, they are far from being our only stimuli. With the manifestations of instinct and emotional expression, for example, they have absolutely nothing to do. Who smiles for the pleasure... "
Mind - Sayfa 535
editör: - 1892
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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
...because they are so far on among the " remoter " images that prompt the action that they are overlooked. our only stimuli. With the manifestations of instinct...absolutely nothing to do. Who smiles for the pleasure of smiling, or frowns for the pleasure of the frown ? Who blushes to escape the discomfort of not blushing...
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The Principles of Psychology, 2. cilt

William James - 1890
...remoter ' images that prompt the action that they are overlooked. This is a great mistake, however. Important as is the influence of pleasures and pains...absolutely nothing to do. Who smiles for the pleasure af the smiling, or frowns for the pleasure of the frown ? Who blushes to escape the discomfort of not...
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The Principles of Psychology, 2. cilt

William James - 1908
...great mistake, however. Important as is the influence of pleasures and pains iipou our movements, thev are far from being our only stimuli. With the manifestations...of the smiling, or frowns for the pleasure of the fro AMI :J Who blushes to escape the discomfort of not blushing ? Or who in anger, grief, or fear is...
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Psychology

William James - 1892 - 478 sayfa
...'remoter' images that prompt the action that they are overlooked. This is a great mistake, however. Important as is the influence of pleasures and pains...the 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...
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Psychology

William James - 1892 - 478 sayfa
...'remoter' images that prompt the action that they are overlooked. This is a great mistake, however. Important as is the influence of pleasures and pains...of instinct and emotional expression, for example, they-have absolutely nothing to do. Who smiles for the pleasure of the smiling, or frowns for the pleasure...
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Psychology

William James - 1892 - 478 sayfa
...remoter ' images that prompt the action that they are overlooked. This is a great mistake, however. Important as is the influence of pleasures and pains...manifestations of instinct and emotional expression, for examplC, they have absolutely nothing to do. Who smiles for the pleasure of the smiling, or frowns...
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Practical Idealism

William De Witt Hyde - 1897 - 335 sayfa
...that can or ought to determine conduct. Says Professor James, 1 "This is a great mistake, however. Important as is the influence of pleasures and pains upon our movements, they are far 1 " Psychology," Volume II, pages 549-558. 'from being our only stimuli. With the manifestations of...
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Introduction to Ethics

Frank Thilly - 1900 - 346 sayfa
...remoter ' images that prompt the action that they are overlooked. This is a great mistake, however. Important as is the influence of pleasures and pains...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...
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Introduction to Ethics

Frank Thilly - 1900 - 346 sayfa
...remoter ' images that prompt the action that they are overlooked. This is a great mistake, however. Important as is the influence of pleasures and pains...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...
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Psychology: Normal and Morbid

Charles Arthur Mercier - 1901 - 518 sayfa
...with which this writer is accustomed to treat doctrines with which he disagrees. "Important," he says, "as is the influence of pleasures and pains upon our movements, they are far from being the only stimuli. With the manifestations of instinct and emotional expression, for example, they have...
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