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comm3210rdg#2-7 - WHAT IS A SIGN? Three different states of...

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Unformatted text preview: WHAT IS A SIGN? Three different states of mind- Feeling o State of mind closest to that in which something is present, without compulsion and without reason- Sense of reaction o Sense of acting and of being acted upon o Our sense of the reality of things both of outward things and of ourselves o Does not reside in any one feeling o Comes upon the breaking of one feeling by another feeling o Essentially involves two things acting upon one another- Thinking o Aware of learning o Going through a process by which a phenomenon is found to be governed by a rule o Has a general knowable way of behaving o Finds that one action is the means, or middle, for bringing about another result o State is entirely different from the other two o Sense of government by a general rule o Means to an end o Sense of learning Three kinds of interest we may take in a thing- Primary interest o Interest in it for itself- Secondary interest o Interest on account of its reactions with other things- Mediatory interest...
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