By Russell Bertrand
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We may regard them as separate existing items in those who experience them, or we may regard them as intrinsic qualities of *Various arguments in its favour are advanced by A. Wohlgemuth, “On the feelings and their neural correlate, with an examination of the nature of pain,” “British Journal of Psychology,” viii, 4. (1917). But as these arguments are largely a reductio ad absurdum of other theories, among which that which I am advocating is not included, I cannot regard them as establishing their contention.
But for these random movements, they would never acquire the experience which afterwards enables them to produce the right movement. ) Similarly, children learning to talk make all sorts of sounds, until one day the right sound comes by accident. It is clear that the original making of random sounds, without which speech would never be learnt, is instinctive. I think we may say the same of all the habits and aptitudes that we acquire in all of them there has been present throughout some instinctive activity, prompting at first rather inefficient movements, but supplying the driving force while more and more effective methods are being acquired.
If interruptions are frequent and completion of cycles rare, the characteristics by which cycles are observed may become so blurred as to be almost unrecognizable. The result of these various considerations is that the differences between animals and dead matter, when we confine ourselves to external unscientific observation of integral behaviour, are a matter of degree and not very precise. It is for this reason that it has always been possible for fanciful people to maintain that even stocks and stones have some vague kind of soul.
Analysis Mind by Russell Bertrand