Samuel Alexander Quote: “When we come to images or…”

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When we come to images or memories or thoughts, speculation, while always closely related to practice, is more explicit, and it is in fact not immediately obvious that such processes can be described in any sense as practical.

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Name: Samuel Alexander
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: Australian
Birthday: January 6, 1859
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