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Digital Companion to C. S. Peirce



Some Wit, Wisdom & Bewilderment

The observation of facts has now taught us that the ego is a mere wave in the soul, a superficial and small feature, that the soul may contain several personalities and is as complex as the brain itself, and that the faculties, while not exactly definable and not absolutely fixed, are as real as are the different convolutions of the cortex.
The Principal Lessons of the History of Science, c. 1896