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This tendency is even more marked in the philosophies of: Even Hume was forced to admit that self-observation, or introspection, given the supposed model of experience as a sequence of ideas and impressions, can yield nothing more than an impression of current or immediately preceding mental states. Our students have received funding for working on research projects and have won regional awards for their academic work. Apart from Iran itself, other countries have shown relatively little interest, except France, where C.

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Publisher: Yale University Press (November 25, 2008)

ISBN: 0300137141

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