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James W. (1904) A world of pure experience. Journal of Philosophy. Psychology and Scientific Methods 1(20–21): 533–543.
Excerpt: This notion of the purely substitutional or conceptual physical world brings us to the most critical of all the steps in the development of a philosophy of pure experience. The paradox of self-transcendency in knowledge comes back upon us here, but I think that our notions of pure experience and of substitution, and our radically empirical view of conjunctive transitions, are Denkmittel that will carry us safely through the pass.
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