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" In my mind's eye, Horatio. HORATIO. I saw him once; he was a goodly king. HAMLET. He was a man, take him for all in all, I shall not look upon his like again. HORATIO. My lord, I think I saw him yesternight. HAMLET. Saw? Who? "
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af Charles Lamb - 2002 - 175 sider
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Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind

Dugald Stewart - 1802 - 587 sider
...whatever *. * Shakefpeare calls tins power « the mind's eye." Hamlet. — " My father { Methinks I fee my father. Horatio. — " Where, my Lord ? Hamlet — " In my mind's eye, Horatio." Aft i. Scene 4. K 3 According ELEMENTS OF THE PHILOSOPHY Chap. III. According to this view of the matter,...
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Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind

Dugald Stewart - 1813 - 509 sider
...Dr. Reid, in his Inquiry, fubflitutes the word con* Shakespeare calls this power " the mind's eye." Hamlet. — " My father! Methinks I see my father....my Lord ? Hamlet — " In my mind's eye, Horatio." Act i. Scene 4. Q ception inftead of the fimple apprehenfion of the fchools, and employs it in the...
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Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind

Dugald Stewart - 1813 - 509 sider
...the word con* Shakespeare calls this power " the mind's eye." Hamlet. — " My fat her ! Methitiks I see my father. Horatio. — " Where, my Lord ? Hamlet. — " In my mind's eye, Horatio." Act i. Scene 4. Q • ception inftead of the fimple apprehenfion of the fchools, and employs it in...
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The Classical Journal, Bind 19

1819
...prriaTfipoi <j>i\or Terirfftivos i/m/i, oooofievos irarep" cod\ov ivl ^pealy ---- Horn. Od. I. 1 13. Hamlet. Methinks I see my father. Horatio. Where, my Lord ? Hamlet. In my mind's eye, Horatio. Shakespeare, Hamlet. (The above was communicated by a friend.) 12. \afjnrpa ftev O.KTU, j;X('ou Kavtav...
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A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy, on Didactic Principles: For ...

Alexander Jamieson - 1822 - 304 sider
...-past ; conception implies no idea of time whatever. Note. Shakespeare calls this power the mind's eye. Hamlet, My father ! Methinks I see my father. Horatio....lord ? Hamlet. In my mind's eye, Horatio. HAMLET, Act 1. Scene 4. 140. Conception corresponds, according to the view we have taken of it, to what the...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: Elements of the philosophy of the human mind

Dugald Stewart - 1829
...ideas more distinct, to restrict its meaning : — • Shakspearc calls this power " the mind's eye." ".Hamlet.— My father ! Methinks I see my father....my Lord ? " Hamlet. — In my mind's eye, Horatio." Act i. Scene 4. and for such a restriction, we have the authority of philosophers in a case perfectly...
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A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy: On Didactic Principles ...

Alexander Jamieson - 1835 - 304 sider
...past ; conception implies no idea of time whatever. Note. Shakspeare calls this power the mind's eye. Hamlet. My father ! Methinks I see my father. Horatio. Where, my lord ? llamli.t. In mij mind's eye, Horatio. HAMLET, Act 1. Scene 4. 140. Conception corresponds, according...
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A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy: On Didactic Principles ...

Alexander Jamieson - 1837 - 304 sider
...past ; conception implies no idea of time whatever. Note. Shakspeare calls this power the mind's eye. Hamlet. My father ! Methinks I see my father. Horatio....lord ? Hamlet. In my mind's eye, Horatio. HAMLET, Act 1. Scene 4. 140. Conception corresponds, according to the view we have taken of it, to what the...
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Logic: Or, The Art of Reasoning Simplified. With Exercises on a Variety of ...

S. E. Parker - 1837 - 328 sider
...which enables us to form an idea of an absent object. Shakspeare calls this power the mind's eye ; as, Hamlet. My father ! Methinks I see my father ! Horatio....Where, my lord ! Hamlet. In my mind's eye, Horatio. Imagination is distinguished from conception as a whole from a part. By variously modifying our conceptions,...
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Logic, or the Art of Reasoning simplified, etc

S. E. PARKER - 1838 - 323 sider
...which enables us to form an idea of an absent object. Shakspeare calls this power the mind's eye ; as, Hamlet. My father ! Methinks I see my father ! Horatio....Where, my lord ? Hamlet. In my mind's eye, Horatio. Imagination is distinguished from conception as a whole from a part. By variously modifying our conceptions,...
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