5. Memory, especially as studied in disease. 6. Diseased keenness of sense- perception. 7. Thought-transference. 8. ... If Mrs. Besant had ever considered the sole and simple fact of consciousness as it exists in herself and as every healthy ... She accepts Mr. F. W. H. Myersa#39;s view that a ghost is a manifestation of personal energy after death and considers it ... In other words, mental phenomena are states of awareness, they are feelings, representing some objective state of things.
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