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Anatomy situated within or peculiar to a part
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The third question I should answer adversely to introspection I think that observation shows us nothing that is not composed of sensations and images, and that images differ from sensations in their causal laws, not intrinsically. I shall deal with the three questions successively.
(3) CAN WE OBSERVE ANYTHING INTRINSICALLY DIFFERENT FROM SENSATIONS?
He had a conviction that not one in a hundred of them was intrinsically square; and as for the square ones, he prophesied that, playing in a crooked game, they were sure to lose and in the long run go broke.
But the afternoon spirit differed intrinsically from the morning spirit.
By them his serious and intrinsically valuable work of six years had been made a laughing- stock and a notoriety.
But, intrinsically, he had slight esteem for "those dead but sceptred spirits"; having qualified himself for forming an independent opinion by reading Potter's AEschylus, and dipping into Francis's Horace.
"Oh, if the thing is intrinsically improper," said Newman, "I won't go into it.
And this hidden truth, that the fountains whence all this river of Time and its creatures floweth are intrinsically ideal and beautiful, draws us to the consideration of the nature and functions of the Poet, or the man of Beauty; to the means and materials he uses, and to the general aspect of the art in the present time.
"It seems to me to have only one drawback, Hopkins, and that is that it is intrinsically impossible.
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These thugs and their kin are intrinsically connected with powerful people.
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