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Lectures on the Philosophy of the Mind


LECTURE XI.
Continuation of the same Subject,
On the Phenomena of Mind in General,
On Consciousness,
On Consciousness,
LECTURE XII.
On Mental Identity,
Identity irreconcilable with the Doctrine of Materialism,
Distinction between Personal and Mental Identity,
Shaftesbury's Opinion of Identity,
Objections to the Doctrine of Mental Identity,
On the Direct Evidence of Mental Identity,
LECTURE XIII.
Objections answered,
LECTURE XIV.
Continuation of the same Subject,
Continuation of the same Subject,
LECTURE XV.
Opinion of Mr Locke respecting Identity,
Source of his Paradox respecting it,
Reflections suggested by his Paradox,
LECTURE XVI.
On the Classification of the Phenomena of Mind,
Continuation of the same Subject,
LECTURE XVII.
On the External Affections of Mind, in general,
On the less Definite External Affections,
On the more Definite External Affections,
LECTURE XVIII.
On the Corporeal Part of the Process, in Sensation,
LECTURE XIX.
LECTURE XX.
Particular Consideration of our Sensations,
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