TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «APPERCIPIENT»
The term «appercipient» is used very little and occupies the 158.152
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «APPERCIPIENT»
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The Notion of Diṭṭhi in Theravāda Buddhism: The Point of View
'I will be formless', 'I will be appercipient', 'I will be non-appercipient', 'I will be
neither appercipient nor non-appercipient'.61 The knowledge that replaces
sakkdya-ditthi is a knowledge of dependent-origination, a knowledge of suffering
and its ...
Psychology of the Moral Self
to constitute what are technically known as Appercipient masses or systems. M.
Paulhan (Stout's Psychology) compares this mental grouping to the organisation
within a commonwealth. Some of the systems may be very simple, while others ...
Politics and Philosophy
Every individual mind, in so far as it thinks and acts in definite schemes or
contexts, is a structure of appercipient systems or organised dispositions. Now,
we do not suggest at present that all appercipient systems can be represented as
The Nineteenth Century: Routledge History of Philosophy
([14.14],6) This brings us backto Bosanquet's theory of social unity and
appercipient masses.'Every individualmind, sofar asitthinks and acts in
definiteschemes orcontexts, is a structure of appercipient systems or organized
Recall that according to Bosanquet's theory of appercipient masses, a self is
composed of a number of such systems (pp. 414-16). This suggests a three- level
theory of coherence: (1) each appercipient system is unified by a leading idea,
Co-operation is one of the main conditions on which their comparative strength
depends. In so far as an appercipient system transmits a wave of excitation to
other systems, it strengthens them even against itself. It follows that, ceteris
The next items will be in completion of the unity (conative) or they will be
suggested in part by relations within the unity. Inchoate conception 197
appercipient systems = concepts The noetic & the psychologic point of view =
function vs. content ...
Columbia studies in the social sciences
According to Bosanquet, "The psychical elements which form the contents of the
mind are so grouped and interconnected as to constitute what are technically
known as Appercipient masses or systems." 13 These masses are the ideas in ...
Columbia University. Faculty of Political Science, 1956
Nationalism and nationalities in the New Europe
developing self, the mind organized its experiences into "appercipient masses,"
or systems of linked associations. These systems were the mind. They struggled
among themselves to seize and integrate every new experience, and were ...
Charles Kupchan, Council on Foreign Relations, 1995
The Philosophical Theory of the State
An influential examination of the state and social theory, published in 1899, by one of Britain's leading liberal philosophers.