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James Sully
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 304 pages of information about Illusions.

  Aristotle, 130.

  Art, illusions of, 77, 104.

  Artemidoros, 129.

  Association, laws of, in perception, 22;
    in dreams, 153, 156;
    link of resemblance in dreams, 159;
    associative dispositions in dreams, 169;
    effect of, in insight, 221;
    inseparable, 359.

  Associationist, views of, 349, 352, 355.

  Attention, involved in perception 21;
    absence of, in sense-illusion, 39, 87;
    relation of, to recognition of objects, 90;
    expectant, 93;
    attitude of, in dreaming, 137, 172;
    to internal mental states, 194;
    absence of, in errors of insight, 228.

  Authority, influence of, in introspection, 210;
    in belief, 325.

  Autobiography, errors connected with, 276, 280.

  Automatic activity of centres, in hallucinations, 113;
    in dreams, 136, 151;
    automatic intellectual processes, 300, 335, 352.

  B.

  Baillarger, J., 13, note[1], 113, note[57], 119,
    notes[64] and [65], 120, note[66].

  Bain, Dr. A., 32, note[12], 117, note[60], 190.

  Beattie, J., 141, note[82].

  Beauty, sentiment of, 206, 213.

  Belief, immediate, 14, 15, 294;
    simple and compound, 296;
    illusory forms of, 297;
    simple expectation, 297;
    expectation, of extra-personal experiences, 307;
    retrospective, 309;
    in persistent objects and persons, 312;
    self-esteem, 315;
    representation of classes of things, 322;
    representations of mankind, 322;
    representation of life and the world as a whole, 322;
    as predisposition to error, 324;
    amount of divergence in, 325;
    tendency towards convergence in, 326.

  Beneficial, correct knowledge as, 340;
    illusion as, 342.

  Berkeley, Bishop, 218, 349, note[154].

  Binet, A., 53, note[20].

  Boismont, Brierre de, 11, note[1].

  Boerner, J., 146.

  Braid, James, 186, 187.

  Brewster, Sir D., 42, 73, 81, 116.

  Bruecke, E., 77, note[38].

  Byron, Lord, 116.

  C.

  Carpenter, Dr. W.B., 32, note[12], 108, 110, note[56], 186, 231,
    note[111], 265, note[125], 276.

  Castle-building, as illusory perception, 3, 99.

  Cause, idea of, in science, 344;
    reality of relation of, 347, 349, 356, 360.

  Change, a condition of conscious life, 252, 287, note[133].

  Childhood, our recollections of, 263, 269.

  Children, curiosity of, 175, 180;
    estimate of time by, 256;
    confusion of dream and waking life by, 276;
    imagination of, 279;
    self-assertion of, 319;
    intellectual condition of, 357, note[159].

  Clarke, Dr. E.H., 117.

  Classification, in recognition of sensation, 21;
    in recognition, of object, 24;
    in introspective recognition, 193.

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