Historical Dictionary of Quotations in Cognitive Science

A Treasury of Quotations in Psychology, Philosophy, and Artificial Intelligence
Morton Wagman ... 122 ) PERCEPTION We Sense the Presence of a Stimulus ,
But We Perceive What It Is Perception refers to the way in which we interpret the ...

Author: Morton Wagman

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313312847

Category: Psychology

Page: 271

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Focuses on distinguished quotations representing the best thinking in philosophy, psychology, and artificial intelligence from classical civilization to contemporary cognitive science.

The Vocabulary of Philosophy mental moral and metaphysical with quotations and references

Perception , the Cartesians really identified with idea , and allowed them only a
logical distinction ; the same representative act being called idea , inasmuch as
we regard it as a representation ; and perception , inasmuch as we regard it as a

Author: William FLEMING (D.D.)





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Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay

The word perception is , in the language of There are some persons whose
erudition so philosophers previous to Reid , used in a very much outweighs their
observation , and have read extensive signification . By Descartes , Maleso much

Author: Samuel Austin Allibone



Category: Quotations, English

Page: 764

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Perception and Persuasion

Quotations There are two basic ways of indicating direct quotations from a source
in your paper , depending on their length and importance . Quotation marks also
have other uses . Short quotations If a direct quotation is short , it is simply put ...

Author: Raymond Paul

Publisher: Ty Crowell Company


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 336

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The Wordsworth Dictionary of Quotations

... peopled half the 4628 there isnoperadventure it is perceive 12798 half-create,
And what perceive perceived 6684 who have perceived them perceiving 5003
faculty of perceiving in an percentage 922 it's areasonable percentage
perception ...

Author: Connie Robertson

Publisher: Wordsworth Editions

ISBN: 9781853264894

Category: Reference

Page: 669

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Quotations have exercised a particular fascination for humanity since the birth of recorded language and their potency in the age of the soundbite is stronger than ever. We revel in quotations, compete to know them, love them, hate them and inscribe them in books and on buildings, and this freshly revised and updated dictionary includes a wealth of new material among its 13,000 familiar, serious, outrageous, witty and thought-provoking entries.The Wordsworth Dictionary of Quotations is an essential work of reference for every writer, journalist and speech-maker, as well as being a treasure-trove for the browser and the simply curious. From the Roman poet Ovid's observation that 'Judgement of beauty can er, what with the wine and the dark' to Oscar Wilde's that 'Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes', there is a wide diversity of sayings to add spice to our conversation and enrich our daily lives. The book is alphabetically arranged by author and indexed by keyword for ease of use.

Perception Greatest Quotes

This book is the outcome of an idea, and the idea is very simple.

Author: Nancy Manning

Publisher: Emereo Publishing

ISBN: 9781489103499

Category: Reference

Page: 70

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This book is the outcome of an idea, and the idea is very simple. It is that the best way to understand the dramatic transformation any idea can bring and to successfully bring ideas across, is to think of them as profound insights and moments of clarity often disguised as wit, captured in one single Quote. Ideas and products and messages and behaviors spread faster when they carry your message in a single line or paragraph: a Quote. To feel the impact a Quote can have, here are three Perception Quotes from this book: 'How sweet is the perception of a new natural fact! - Henry David Thoreau' 'I'm actually much more shy and self-conscious than people's perception of me. - Jonathan Ames' 'If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. - William Blake' Three characteristics-one, contagiousness; two, the fact that little words can have big effects; and three, that insight happens not gradually but at one dramatic moment, using the right profound words-are the same three principles that define how an idea takes off, or a product goes viral. Of the three, the third, profound, trait... is the most important, because it is the principle that makes sense of the first two and that permits the greatest insight into why some ideas stick, some changes last, some words leave an impression, and others don't. This book will give you the opportunity to find that right Quote that can change it all.

Extra Sensory Perception After Sixty Years

A Critical Appraisal of the Research in Extra-Sensory Perception Joseph Banks
Rhine, J. Gaither Pratt. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to make the
following acknowledgments for permission to use quotations: To E. P. Dutton and

Author: Joseph Banks Rhine

Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing

ISBN: 1789125200

Category: Fiction

Page: 354

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Extrasensory Perception After Sixty Years: A Critical Appraisal of the Research in Extra-Sensory Perception, which was first published in 1940, represented the follow-up to parapsychologist Joseph Banks Rhine’s 1934 book, Extrasensory Perception. In Extrasensory Perception After Sixty Years: A Critical Appraisal of the Research in Extra-Sensory Perception, Rhine and his colleagues endeavor to present a complete review of the recent research in ESP and to include in their survey “everything that is of importance to know in deciding whether ESP occurs. and what it is like if it does occur.” Using three experiments that they believed demonstrated ESP, namely the Pearce-Pratt experiment, the Pratt-Woodruff experiment, and the Ownbey-Zirkle series, the book’s first two parts deal with the question of whether ESP does occur. The formulation of the problem is presented, the mathematical and experimental methods used in attempting its solution, a survey of results obtained, and a consideration of the adequacy of some 35 hypotheses proposed as explanations alternative to ESP. Part II presents a survey of published criticisms and critical comments invited for this volume, whilst Part III considers the nature of ESP; the incidence of ESP ability; conditions that affect ESP performance; physical relations of ESP; ESP as a psychological process. The final part sketches “the outstanding problems that still remain unsolved, the methods under contemplation by which they may possibly be solved, and the further needs and prospects which confront investigators.” The present volume includes 21 appendices, a detailed glossary, as well as a list of 361 references.

Federal Securities Law Reporter

However , over the past two years , certain problems have been perceived in
connection with the use of Autoquote . ... 20 there is a widespread perception (
particularly among members of the Amex and the NYSE ) , that quotations
generated ...

Author: Commerce Clearing House



Category: Forms (Law)


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User Perception and Influencing Factors of Technology in Everyday Life

the data analysis process, quotations from the interviews were selected to
support the emergent themes from the research. The emergent themes and the
selected quotes from the interviews are presented below. Upon completing these
steps, ...

Author: Mesquita, Anabela

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1466619554

Category: Computers

Page: 395

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An increasing amount of research is being developed in the area where technology and humans meet. The success or failure of technologies and the question whether technology helps humans to fulfill their goals or whether it hinders them is in most cases not a technical one. User Perception and Influencing Factors of Technology in Everyday Life addresses issues of human and technology interaction. The research in this work is interdisciplinary, ranging from more technical subjects such as computer science, engineering, and information systems, to non-technical descriptions of technology and human interaction from the point of view of sociology or philosophy. This book is perfect for academics, researchers, and professionals alike as it presents a set of theories that allow us to understand the interaction of technology and humans and to put it to practical use.

A Speaker s Treasury of Quotations

William James, The Will to Believe, 1897 1627 True science investigates and
brings to human perception such truths and such knowledge as the people of a
given time and society consider most important. Art transmits these truths from the

Author: Michael C. Thomsett

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 0786429453

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 246

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Every public speaker can benefit from an apt quotation to illuminate a speaking point. This compilation of 2,116 quotations in 263 broad subject categories is useful for political, motivational, and other public speakers along with speech writers, planners, and researchers. The topics range from Ability ("Out of my lean and low ability I'll lend you something"--Shakespeare) to Youth ("I suppose it's difficult for the young to realize that one may be old without being a fool"--William Somerset Maugham). Each entry is credited to its author, the work in which it appeared (when appropriate), and the date of origin. There are two indexes: of authors (to topics and their entry numbers) and of highly detailed keywords-in-context (to their entries).

Perception Quotations

Author: Andrew E. Schwartz


ISBN: 9781931440417

Category: Business & Economics


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This development , however , does not make the individual memory superfluous ,
for it still represents the only instrument of decoding quotations in oral
communication . 2 . 2 . 2 . 2 . Stages of Perception The reception of quotation
texts does ...

Author: Heinrich F. Plett

Publisher: De Gruyter


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 268

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A Dictionary of Quotations in Prose

From American and Foreign Authors, Including Translations from Ancient
Sources Anna Lydia Ward. : Men of the highest genius have such a perception of
beauty that they reflect it upon human nature as a looking - glass the sun ,
whereby any ...

Author: Anna Lydia Ward

Publisher: New York : T. Y. Crowell


Category: Citations anglaises

Page: 701

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Introduction to Diophthalmology

In the animal all perceptions are affections . " The above ( translated ) quotations
from a biological handbook ( 10 ) show what importance physiology attaches to
the active , dynamic factor of perception . Quotations could be multiplied from the

Author: Nikolaas Anton Stutterheim



Category: Binocular vision

Page: 43

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Library of Congress Catalogs

Author: Library of Congress





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Perception Time and the Unity of Mind

Author: Dick A. R. Haglund



Category: Phenomenology


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Webster s Dictionary of Quotations

Author: Merriam-Webster, Inc

Publisher: Smithmark Pub

ISBN: 9780831715410

Category: Reference

Page: 501

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Four thousand quotations are culled from philosophical, political, literary, and historical sources, and are divided into more than four hundred different subject categories in an alphabetized format.

Extrasensory Perception

In your paper , quotations no longer than ( 4 ) In taking the note itself , paraphrase
or three or four lines are to be enclosed within quote your source or do both ; but
do a set of quotation marks and run into your only one at a time , and use ...

Author: Fabian Gudas



Category: Extrasensory perception

Page: 141

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Webster s New Explorer Dictionary of Quotations

Author: Merriam-Webster, Inc


ISBN: 9781892859136

Category: Reference

Page: 501

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Chambers Dictionary of Quotations

Author: Dr Gary Jones

Publisher: Chambers Harrap Pub Limited


Category: Reference

Page: 1515

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'If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.' -- Derek Bok 'I don't want to achieve immortality through my work...I want to achieve it through not dying.' -- Woody Allen 'Life loves the liver of it' -- Maya Angelou An indispensable and comprehensive reference for writers, speakers, educators, executives, and curious browsers, the Chambers Dictionary of Quotations offers more than 20,000 quotations spanning all historical periods and covering diverse aspects of human experience, from politics and feminism, literature and sex, to nature, notable persons, and more. International in scope and broad in coverage, this compendium gathers together notable quotes -- many of which have never been collected before -- from more than 4,000 sources including such contemporary quotables as Salman Rushdie, Maya Angelou, and Henry Kissinger. Each quote is fully annotated, reliably sourced, and put in context along with concise biographical information on its author. Alphabetically arranged by speaker, and extensively cross-referenced, this easy-to-use reference includes a detailed index that facilitates searches by keyword. Readers can quickly locate a quotation on a particular subject, check a half-remembered line, sample the style and philosophy of an author or simply browse through and savor the accumulated wit and wisdom of the ages. The ultimate source of who said what -- and when they said it.