"Every perception is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination."
-- Gerald Edelman, Second Nature: Brain Science and Human Knowledge
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The senses of divers men are diversly affected by the same objects according to the diversity of theire constitution To them of Java pepper is cold.
If the orifice of the stomach be wounded it sooner dispatches a man than if the head: the former having greate sympathy with the heart deads it & stops it motion & so sence ceaseth: the latter though it take away sence yet the hearts motion is not impeded thereby.
The Common sensorium is either 1 the Whole body 2 the Orifice of the Stomack 3 the heart 4 the brain 5 the membranes 6 the septum lucidum 7 Some very small and perfectly sollid particle in the body 8 the Conarion 9 the Concurse of nerves about the 4th ventrickle of the braine. 10 The animall spirits in that 4th ventricle.
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