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" Suppose we were able, within the length of a second, to note 10,000 events distinctly, instead of barely 10, as now; if our life were then destined to hold the same number of impressions, it might be 1000 times as short. "
Public Opinion - 第 139 頁
Walter Lippmann 著 - 1922 - 427 頁
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The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 第 20 卷

1886
...one moment by us, can never exceed the scope of our " primary memory " at the moment in question.* We have every reason to think that creatures may possibly...in the fineness of the events that may fill it. Von i Exner in Hermann's " Hdbch. d. Physiol.," Bd. ii, Thl. ii, p. 281. Richet in " Revue philosophique,"...
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The Journal of speculative philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris. microform, 第 20 卷

1886
...one moment by us, can never exceed the scope of our " primary memory " at the moment in question." We have every reason to think that creatures may possibly...in the fineness of the events that may fill it. Von i Exncr in Hermann's " Hdbch. d. Physiol.," B4 ii, Thl. ii, p. 281. Richet in " Revue philosophique,"...
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The Principles of Psychology, 第 1 卷

William James - 1890
...n p. 281. Richet in Revue Philosophique, xxi. 568 (juin, 1880). See the next chapter, pp. 642-646. We have every reason to think that creatures may possibly...10,000 events distinctly, instead of barely 10, as now ; if our life were then destined to hold the same number of impressions, it might be 1000 times as...
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The Principles of psychology v. 1, 第 1 卷

William James - 1890
...processes probably play as important a pan in giving the feeling of duration to tbe specious present. We have every reason to think that creatures may possibly...and in the fineness of the events that may fill it. Yon B.IT has indulged* in some interesting computations of the effect of such differences in changing...
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Our Eternity

Maurice Maeterlinck - 1913 - 258 頁
...were made in the direction of time, to take an hypothesis imagined by the philosopher William James: "Suppose we were able, within the length of a second, to note distinctly ten thousand events instead of barely ten, as now; .if our life were then destined to hold...
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The Light Beyond

Maurice Maeterlinck - 1916 - 299 頁
...were made in the direction of time, to take an hypothesis imagined by the philosopher .William James: "Suppose we were able, within the length of a second, to note distinctly ten thousand events instead of barely ten, as now; if our life were then destined to hold...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, 第 1 篇

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1901
...difference in rapidity of sensation on the part of a being presumably on a larger scale than ourselves: "We have every reason to think that creatures may...were able, within the length of a second, to note distinctly 10,000 events, instead of barely 10, as now; if our life were then destined to hold the...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1901
...rapidity of sensation on the part of a being presumably on a larger scale than ourselves: " We have ever}- reason to think that creatures may possibly differ...intuitively feel, and in the fineness of the events that may rill it. Von Baer has indulged in some interesting computations of the effect of such differences in...
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The Principles of Psychology, 第 1 卷

William James - 2007 - 708 頁
...processes probably play as important a part in giving the feeling of duration to the specious present. We have every reason to think that creatures may possibly...in the fineness of the events that may fill it. Von Bser has indulged* in some interesting computations of the effect of such differences in changing the...
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