Phenomenon of Consciousness (15)

Hence, we are almost driven to accept the pituitary and pineal glandular bodies as the separate organs, which separately produce the two necessary reagents, they being the only glandular bodies whose position would enable them to perform this function. This hypothesis is substantially supported by the position of these organs in the center of the … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (15)

Phenomenon of Consciousness (11)

There are at least seven different kinds of sensation: sight, hearing, taste, smell, touch, temperature and pressure. It is difficult to conceive of a conscious state existing in any body, which has not experienced any of these sensations. Cognitions of internal relations. These are numerous and we shall not attempt to even mention them all. … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (11)

Phenomenon of Consciousness (4)

We appear to have no power of dealing with, of considering, discussing or even contemplating anything but cognitions. In a physical sense we may handle portions of the Universe. We may impress upon portions of the Universe the power of intelligence and will to produce or prevent changes of condition, but intellectually we are able … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (4)

Phenomenon of Consciousness (2)

The word "phenomenon" is usually defined as an appearance, but it includes anything which appears or becomes known, not only through vision, but in any way. A thought or any cerebral act or state capable of cognition, capable of becoming known, is a phenomenon. The word is very often used to designate appearances, visual or … Continue reading Phenomenon of Consciousness (2)