This is an essay written by Keiichi Takaya
(IERG/Tokyo Women’s Medical University)
However, I occasionally find in Hume some perspectives that make me critically reflect on the characteristics and tendencies of today’s concept of imagination, and, therefore, I like to sketch his general view on the concept and a few interesting points he made concerning imagination.
"The mind is like a kind of theatre, where several perceptions
successively make their appearance; pass, re-pass, glide away, and
mingle in an infinite variety of postures and situations."
To read the complete essay: http://dev.papers.ierg.net/papers/393efd85c60cbb4839be4f4e40e0.pdf
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