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The Importance of Being Conscious

  • Edgar Sheffield Brightman


Some of the time we are conscious. But we are a very small part of the universe, and consciousness, so it seems, is a very small part of us. Yet that very small part is the starting-point of all knowledge and the field in which all our experience occurs.



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1 A Philosophy of Ideals (New York: Holt, 1928).


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