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|How things look on the outside of us depends on h How things look on the |
outside of us depends on h How things ... the outside of us depends on how
things are ow things are ow things are ow things are on the inside of us....and
|How you see things on the outside of you depends on how things are on the |
inside of you. ... opens, another closes, but often we look so long and regretfully
upon the closed door that we do not see the one that is open for us" (Anonymous)
|Carl Jung It all depends on how we look at things, and not on how things are in |
themselves. The least of things with a ... But deep down below the surface of the
average conscience a still, small voice says to us, 'Something is out of tune.'
Carl Jung Your vision will ... Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside,
|Thus, in order to write a 'scientific' text that did not depend on 'metaphysical' |
premises such as Kant's, he tried to find a different answer. ... My thesis now is
this, that our fundamental ways of thinking about things are discoveries of
exceedingly remote ancestors, which have been able to preserve themselves ...
The colors, sounds, odors, tastes, etc., which are actually inside us, appear to be
outside of us.
|The thing inside of us, makes up go up is ATTITUDE. We can't ... Things seem to |
turn out best for those people who can make the best out of the way things turn
out. It is not the ... to us all. Having joy or misery all depends on how we look ...
|This edition of Memories, Dreams, Reflections includes Jung's VII Sermones ad Mortuos. It is a fully corrected edition. From the Trade Paperback edition.|
|When we feel that people are watching us, we may sense blushing as our faces |
turn red. ... The degree to which we experience shyness depends on a variety of
things, some internal (inside us) and some external (outside us). ... We also react
to situations in our own individual ways, and while for some of us shyness and
social anxiety are just occasional mild irritants, for others they can appear very ...
|you're right: A very reasonable response to this test would probably be something |
like, Well, it depends and the list of things it depends on is long (infinitely
long, no doubt). But even ... It helps us realize that our creativity varies from
task to task, and even from moment to moment. ... We'll also look at ways to get it
to vary in a positive direction to move us, say, from a 4 to a 5, or from a 6 to an
|the sophist of the group, Antagoras, asserts skeptically that either the Good "is a |
thing existing outside us like God, or it's a picture inside us which some people
choose to ... ground of things.169 Unlike Plato's account in the Republic,
Murdoch's account of the good in this dialogue does not depend on an ... 172
Knowing the good in this transcendental sense would be like trying to look
directly at the sun.
|Essays in Philosophy D. H. Mellor. depends? The reason is that a thing's surface |
marks a spatial cut-off not just of one but of ... or bubbles of steam, in water, or of
different substances, as with the surfaces that separate us from the air around us,
... Take clouds, for example, or holograms, or mirror images: although they look
like single things, we may be reluctant to ... I have said that the working parts
condition can let a thing's parts include any of the things inside it whose causal