Category Archives: Study

Simple Present Tense

Simple present tense(1)   We use the simple present tense to talk about: (1)   things that are true now,  e.g. My name is Susie.  I am [...]

Basic Web Design

This hands-on workshop introduces you to the basic principles of Web site design and authoring using HTML. You will then use FrontPage to cr [...]

WHY WE DISAGREE

15th September, 1893 I will tell you a little story. You have heard the eloquent speaker who has just finished say, “Let us cease from [...]

The Mazic of Oz …

1. Mount Munch On the east edge of the Land of Oz, in the Munchkin Country, is a big, tall hill called Mount Munch. One one side, the bottom [...]

Class Days …

KITTY’S CLASS DAY “A stitch in time saves nine.” “O Pris, Pris, I’m really going! Here’s the invitation [...]

Sentences

A sentence is an assemblage of words so arranged as to convey a determinate sense or meaning, in other words, to express a complete thought [...]

Mental Phenomena

At the end of our journey it is time to return to the question from which we set out, namely: What is it that characterizes mind as opposed [...]

On Emotions

On the two subjects of the present lecture I have nothing original to say, and I am treating them only in order to complete the discussion o [...]

Emotions

On the two subjects of the present lecture I have nothing original to say, and I am treating them only in order to complete the discussion o [...]

Truth

The definition of truth and falsehood, which is our topic to-day, lies strictly outside our general subject, namely the analysis of mind. Fr [...]

Belief

Belief, which is our subject to-day, is the central problem in the analysis of mind. Believing seems the most “mental” thing we [...]

Ideas and Thoughts

It is said to be one of the merits of the human mind that it is capable of framing abstract ideas, and of conducting nonsensational thought. [...]

Meanings

The problem with which we shall be concerned in this lecture is the problem of determining what is the relation called “meaning.” [...]

Memory

Memory, which we are to consider to-day, introduces us to knowledge in one of its forms. The analysis of knowledge will occupy us until the [...]

Sensation

The dualism of mind and matter, if we have been right so far, cannot be allowed as metaphysically valid. Nevertheless, we seem to find a cer [...]

Perception

The ultimate constituents* of the world do not have the characteristics of either mind or matter as ordinarily understood: they are not soli [...]

Introspection

One of the main purposes of these lectures is to give grounds for the belief that the distinction between mind and matter is not so fundamen [...]

Casual Laws

The traditional conception of cause and effect is one which modern science shows to be fundamentally erroneous, and requiring to be replaced [...]

Influences of History

In this lecture we shall be concerned with a very general characteristic which broadly, though not absolutely, distinguishes the behaviour o [...]

Feelings

Desire is a subject upon which, if I am not mistaken, true views can only be arrived at by an almost complete reversal of the ordinary unref [...]

Habit Formation

In attempting to understand the elements out of which mental phenomena are compounded, it is of the greatest importance to remember that fro [...]

Degree With Difference

Beyond the noisy throngs marvelling at the dinosaurs, the American Museum of Natural History takes on an entirely different character. The n [...]