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A scientific demonstration of the future life.Faculties belonging to a future life.

A scientific demonstration of the future life.: Faculties belonging to a future life. This chapter considers those particular powers, functions, and limitations of the subjective mind which seem to be especially adapted to a future life. Topics discussed in this chapter include the necessity for limiting the powers of the subjective mind in this life, man as a free moral agent, the law of suggestion as a necessity, limitations of power that pertain only to this life, the irrelevance of induction in the future life, intuition, induction and the power of perception, higher intuitional powers, and the power of correct deduction in man and animals. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

A scientific demonstration of the future life.Faculties belonging to a future life.

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Publisher
A C McClurg & Co
Copyright
Copyright © 1895 American Psychological Association
Pages
268 –276
DOI
10.1037/13739-018
Publisher site
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Abstract

This chapter considers those particular powers, functions, and limitations of the subjective mind which seem to be especially adapted to a future life. Topics discussed in this chapter include the necessity for limiting the powers of the subjective mind in this life, man as a free moral agent, the law of suggestion as a necessity, limitations of power that pertain only to this life, the irrelevance of induction in the future life, intuition, induction and the power of perception, higher intuitional powers, and the power of correct deduction in man and animals. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved)

Published: Jan 9, 2012

Keywords: subjective mind; moral agent; intuitional powers; mind; brain; soul; future life; induction; deduction; perception; suggestion

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