474 pp.


Individuals named:

Pflüger, Bernard, Lister, James Braid, Bichat,

Unidentified quotes and citations:

note to 'Even in the earliest sensation, therefore, the existence of pain or pleasure is a sort of obscure judgment on its advantage or disadvantage to the personality or self — a  judgment in which, as Herbart has observed, the subject cannot  yet be separated from the predicate, that expresses praise or blame.' (130); ''"Ein Urtheil, in dem nur das Vorgestellte sich noch nicht von dem Prädicate, das Beifall oder Tadel ausdrückt, sondern lässt." - Herbart.' (130)

'it may be fitly said... with Novalis, that "life is a feverish activity excited by passion."' (133)