Letters on the Philosophy of the Human Mind (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, 30 sept. 2016 - 284 pages
Excerpt from Letters on the Philosophy of the Human Mind
I'r would be unreasonable to expect that the Third Series of a work like the present, should attract the attention of any but the possessors and the readers of the two preceding volumes. To them it may be of more or less interest to be informed, that the Series now submitted to the Public, after an interval of nearly five years, concludes the Author's disquisitions on the Philosophy of the Human Mind, at least under the present title. He may repeat here what he said in his last Preface, that the subjects treated in the following Letters are not inferior in importance to their predecessors; and he has certainly not bestowed inferior care on the difficulties they present. In the course of discussing them, he has had frequent occasion, as a cursory inspection will discover, to contest the opinions and to criticise the arguments of several eminent living writers. If he has done.
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