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|In the presence of a powerful mind, reality is possible only for the most |
insignificant of things. When people's ... The Exploration of Attention and Mental
Imagery “The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend”. Henri
|But if it is true, it cannot change, unless truth is only another human idea, which |
some social scientists believe. BOX 12.3: KNOWLEDGE IS ...3 ... eye sees only
what the mind is prepared to comprehend. (Henri Bergson) Such issues have
|Mind. A mind that is fast is sick. A mind that is slow is sound. A mind that is still is |
divine --Meher Baba. Given the statistically ... ourselves from making the vulgar
mistake of letting “the eye see only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.
|In other words, we normally see what weexpect tosee. Or, as the Nobel Prize |
laureate and unconventional French philosopher Henri Bergson put it: “The eye
sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.” Bergson also argued that ...
|The eyes see only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.1 Anyone who has |
had to move about in the dark recognizes the importance of vision to human
navigation. Tasks that are fraught with difficulty and danger in the dark become ...
|The eyes see only what the mind is prepared to comprehend Salivary Glands |
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|A human being is essentially an eye; the rest is merely flesh and skin: whatever |
the eye has beheld, he is that. ... Julian of Norwich, 1342-1416 ~ When the mind
keeps tumbling How can vision be anything but blurred? Stop the mind even ...
John William Lubbock, 1803-1865 ~ People only see what they are prepared to
see. ~ Ralph ... The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend. ~
|Maureen Burton, Bruce Brown. CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE The eyes see only |
what the mind is prepared to comprehend. —Robertson Davies. Policy.
Implementation. 25. Learning Objectives What the contents and format of the
policy directive ...
|Tabitha R. Pike. the eyes see only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.... ~ |
Robertson Davies ~ Chapter 5 “Trip” Kendrick and I sat for a few 52.
|The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend. Henri-Louis |
Bergson standing. Language tells us so. "I'm in the dark," We say when a point
remains unclear. "I see!" we exclaim at the moment of clarity. "Show me." says the