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" Any sensations A, B, C, etc. by being associated with one another a sufficient number of times, get such a power over the corresponding ideas a, b, c, etc. that any one of the sensations A, when impressed alone, shall be able to excite in the mind b,... "
The national encyclopędia. Libr. ed - Pągina 10
per National cyclopaedia - 1884
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Observations on Man, His Frame, His Duty, and His Expectations

David Hartley - 1834 - 604 pągines
...sense are more vivid and distinct than those of another. PROP. X. — Any Sensations A, B, C, $c. by being associated with one another a sufficient Number...such a Power over the corresponding Ideas a, b, c, 8{c. that any one of the Sensations A, when impressed alone, shall be able to excite in the Mind, b,...
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Observations on Man, His Frame, His Duty, and His Expectations, Volum 1

David Hartley - 1834 - 604 pągines
...one another a sufficient Number of Times, get such a Power over the corresponding Ideas a, b, c, $c. that any one of the Sensations A, when impressed alone, shall be able to excite in the Mind, b, c, Sfc. the Ideas of the rest. SENSATIONS may be said to be associated together, when their impressions...
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English Psychology

Théodule Ribot - 1873 - 328 pągines
...and complex operations. Here comes in the law of Association. 'Any associations, A, B, C, etc., by being associated with one another a sufficient number...such a power over the corresponding ideas, A, B, C, etc., that any one of the sensations A, when impressed alone, shall be able to excite in the mind B,...
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Humboldt library of science, Edició 101

1888
...sufficient for all, running, as enunciated for the simplest case, thus : " Any sensations A, B, C, etc., by being associated with one another a sufficient number...times, get such a power over the corresponding ideas (called by Hartley also vestiges, types, images) a, b, c, etc., that any one of the sensations A, when...
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The Brain as an Organ of Mind

H. Charlton Bastian - 1880 - 708 pągines
...Association.'! He then laid down the following important law of Mind : — "Any Sensations, A,B,C, Ac., by being associated with one another a sufficient Number...such a Power over the corresponding Ideas, a, b, c, &c.t that any one of the Sensations A, when impressed alone, shall be able to excite in the Mind b,...
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The Victorian Review, Volum 4

H. Mortimer Franklyn - 1881
..." Doctrine of Association," which may be stated as follows : — " Any sensations, A, B, C, &c., by being associated with one another a sufficient number...impressed alone, shall be able to excite in the mind B, C, &c., the ideas of the rest." Hartley also showed that simple ideas run into complex ones by means of...
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David Hartley and James Mill

George Spencer Bower - 1881 - 250 pągines
...sensations excited by a rose through its different sensible qualities : (2) any sensations, A, B, C. &c., by being associated with one another a sufficient number...the corresponding ideas, a, b, c, &c., that any one sensation, A, when impressed alone, shall be able to excite in the mind, b, c, &c., the ideas of the...
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Aesthetics, Dreams and Association of Ideas

James Sully, George Croom Robertson - 1888 - 49 pągines
...sufficient for all, running, as enunciated for the simplest case, thus : " Any sensations A, B, C, etc., by being associated with one another a sufficient number...times, get such a power over the corresponding ideas (called by Hartley also vestiges, types, images) a, b, c, etc., that any one of the sensations A, when...
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The Principles of psychology, Volum 1

William James - 1890
...(Senses and Intellect, p. 327). Compare also Hartley's formulation : ' Any sensations A, B. C, etc., by being associated with one another a sufficient Number...such a power over the corresponding Ideas, a, b. c, etc.. that anyone of the sensations A, when Impressed alone, •hall be able to excite in the Mind...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volum 1

William James - 1890 - 1393 pągines
...(Senses and Intellect, p. 327). Compare also Hartley's formulation : " Any sensations A, B. C, etc., by being associated with one another a sufficient Number...such a power over the corresponding Ideas, a, b, c, etc., that anyone of the sensations A, when impressed alone, shall be able to excite In the Mind b....
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