Arthur Eddington Quote

However closely we may associate thought with the physical machinery of the brain, the connection is dropped as irrelevant as soon as we consider the fundamental property of thought—that it may be correct or incorrect.... that involves recognising a domain of the other type of law—laws which ought to be kept, but may be broken.


Science and the Unseen World (1929)

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However closely we may associate thought with the physical machinery of the brain, the connection is dropped as irrelevant as soon as we consider the ...

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However closely we may associate thought with the physical machinery of the brain, the connection is dropped as irrelevant as soon as we consider the ...

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However closely we may associate thought with the physical machinery of the brain, the connection is dropped as irrelevant as soon as we consider the ...

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However closely we may associate thought with the physical machinery of the brain, the connection is dropped as irrelevant as soon as we consider the ...