Subject of Consciousness
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Achievement verbs, 209
Activities, 127, 198; bodily, see 'Sense-organ activity'; inhibition of, 123-5,
    137; muscular, 123,125,128-30
Alexander, S., 64-5
Alpha-waves, 209
Amnesia, 182
Anaesthesia, 185
Awareness, 187-9, 199-200
Attention, 104, 199-205; adverbial theory of, 200-5; and consciousness, 73,
    91-2; centre of, 77; compulsive, 99, 104; diffusion of, 76; divided, 118;
    executive, 67, 100-3, 126; focusing of, 77; interrogative, 67, 100-3,
    108-14, 117-19, 206; mere vital, 96-7; object of, 78-9, 108-17; obligatory,
    99; physiological aspects of, 126; selective, 104; sense-organ, 85-6,
    97-8, 124; spontaneous, 82, 86, 92-3; unordered, 67, 100-3, 107-8;
    voluntary, 87, 92-5, 99, see also 'Inattention'
Augustine, Saint, 28
Aune, B., 27
Avowals, see 'Self-ascriptive statements'
Ayer, A. J., 153-66, 225
Bain, A., 129
Barnes, W. H. F., 208-14
Bergmann, G., 230-1
Berkeley, G., 28
Bodily activities, 71, 84-5, 131, 137,189
Bodily identity, 162-3, 183, 225-8
Bodily sensations, location of, 163, 220-2
Bradley, F. H., 166-7, 168 n
Brentano, F., 229
Broad, C. D., 35, 68, 152-3
Bundle Theory, see 'Serial theory'
Buber, M., 146

Campbell, C. A., 127 n
Chisholm, R., 187
Colour, 49
Compresence, 64, 155
Consciousness: atomistic theory of, 50; basic sense of, 41-2, 45; continuity
    of, 182, 213-16; definability of, 45, 47; definition of, 48, 55; duality of,
    57, 59, 61, 63, 144; element of, 67; existence of, 38, 55-6; foreground
    and background of, 75, 86-7; free of attention, 75, 80-92; gaps in, 184-6,
    215; homogeneous, 105-6, 169-71; mosaic view of, 50-1; myth of, 39,
    55; normal forms of, 69; pure sensuous, 79-81; senses of, 42-3;
    structure of, 67, 86-7, 106; unprojected, 103, 110, 144, 148-9

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Dawes Hicks, G., 172
Definition, 45-7
Descartes, R., 20, 219
Dreaming, 219

Ecstasy, 170-1

Ferrier, J. F., 37

Gallie, I., 153, 158
Galton, F., 138
Geach, P., 23, 175
Genetic fallacy, 96
Gestalt Psychology, 77
Ginnane, W. J., 139-42
Grossmann, R., 230-1
Guiding idea, 109

Hallucination, 209
Hamilton, W., 37, 39, 40, 45, 53-4, 57-61, 76-7, 85-103, 114
Hampshire, S., 232-4
Hearing, 133, 206-14
Hobbes, T., 70, 130
Hodgson, S., 37, 61-2
Hume, D., 24, 30, 64, 130, 146

Identification, see 'Referential identification'
Identity thesis, 224
Image theory of thinking, 138, 140-1
Inattention, 73-4
Intellectual intuition, 148

Introspection, 114
Intuitive intelligence, 148

James, W., 38-9, 61-2, 68, 74-5, 93, 144, 153-63, 184
Jones, J. R., 151-3, 157-8
Joyce, J., 89-90

Kant, I., 69, 147-8
Kenny, A., 197
Kinaesthetic sensation, 122, 125-6, 159-61, 220-1

Language-users, 33, 48
Law of limitation, 114-15, 119-19
Law of Parsimony, 139
Leibniz, G. W., 171-2
Listening, 85, 207-14
Locke, D., 190
Looking, 85, 207-14

MacNabb, D. G. C., 28, 64, 181
Malcolm, N., 84
Malpas, R., 209n

Master-idea, 120-1; see also 'Guiding-idea'
Memory, 183, 186
Mental acts, 229-34
Mental imagery: and space, 131-6; origin and seat of, 131, 134-6; visual,
    132-4
Mind: longitudinal unity of, 68; total temporary state(s) of, 68, 105, 152-3;
    transverse unity of, 68; see also 'Self'
Mill, James, 48-9, 53
Mill, J. S., 6o, 62
Monoideism, 119; see also 'Homogeneous consciousness'

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Moore, G. E., 37, 39, 40, 54-5, 177, 229-31
Mystics, 171

Nonattention, 73-4
Non-perceptual consciousness, 52, 53
Noticing, 101, 107,109, 205

Ordinary usage and philosophical usage, 176-7, 211
Other-ascriptive statements, 31-2

Penelhum, T., 201, 205
Perceptual consciousness, 51-2, 72, 189

Performances, 196-7

Petites perceptions, 171-2
Phantom approach, 131, 134, 137, 142
Phantom body, 163, 220
Place, U. T., 200, 204-5
Polymorphous-concepts, 53, 194, 204
Price, H. H., 70, 139-42, 164, 219
Processes, 127
Pure Ego Theory, 27, 29-33, 59, 144-5, 148-50- 176, 180

Quinton, A., 218

Referential identification, 21, 31, 175; see also 'Sortal identification'
Reflection, 128-9
Reid, T., 95
Re-identification, 216
Retrospection, 114
Reverie, 87
Ribot, TH., 70-1, 81, 93-103, 119-20, 123-43, 170
Russell, B., 151-2, 190, 230
Ryle, G., 39-41, 44-5, 53, 107, l13, 139, 147-8, 200-5, 209

Sartre, J. P., 111-14, 116-17, 120
Scepticism, 34
Schumacher, J. A., 75, 207
Seeing, 138, 206-14
Self: as appropriator, 154-62; disembodied, 131; elusiveness of, 146-50,
    empirical, 145, 147, 168-9; experiences of and experiences to,
    25, 64, 135-7, 158-9, 169; native knowledge of, 25, 30-1, 183;
    no-ownership theory of, 56, 173; persistence of, 174, 182, 214-15;
    as subject of consciousness, 25, 145, 147, 151
Self-ascriptive statements, 31-2, 178-81
Self-awareness, 19, 59-60, 169
Self-objectification, 168-9
Sense data, 164-5, 190
Sense field, 52
Sense-organ activities, 71, 84-5, 131,137, 189
Sentient approach, 131, 137, 143
Serial Theory, 27, 30-3, 144-5, 150-3, 165-6
Shoemaker, S., 22, 31, 133, 153
Shwayder, D. S., 194 n
Sibley, F. N., 190, 209, 231-2
Soliloquy, 22, 175
Somatic field, 52, 153, 156

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Sortal identification, 21, 31, 104 States, 197-8, 210-11
Stewart, D., 95, 115
Strawson, P. F., 31, 69, 70, 178-81, 218, 226-9

Taking, 23, 223
Thoughts, sui generis, 139, 142,
219; origin of, 143
Time, objective, 185; subjective, 185
Transient acts, 196
Theresa, Saint, 170

Von Wright, G. H., 195

Walter, W. Grey, 127 n
Ward, J., 73-6, 87, 91-2, 151, 167
Wills, Jas., 121-2
Wisdom, J., 42-6
Wittgenstein, L., 62, 173, 177-8
Wolheim, R., 167

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