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" Play is equally an artificial exercise of powers which, in default of their natural exercise, become so ready to discharge that they relieve themselves by simulated actions in place of real actions. "
The Fine Arts - Seite 8
von Gerard Baldwin Brown - 1891 - 321 Seiten
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The Principles of Psychology, Band 2

Herbert Spencer - 1873
...which in these cases hardly rises to what wo call play, passes into play ordinarily so called where there is a more manifest union of feeling with the...real actions. For dogs and other predatory creatures shew us unmistakably that their play consists of mimic chase and mimic fighting — they pursue one...
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Sensation and Intuition: Studies in Psychology and Aesthetics

James Sully - 1880 - 372 Seiten
...hypothesis of evolution, assimilates the effect of art to the impulse of Play, each of these being " an artificial exercise of powers, which, in default...themselves by simulated actions in place of real actions. "§ It may perhaps be doubted whether, in this exposition of Aristotle's theory, Lessing attained the...
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The Principles of Psychology, Band 2

Herbert Spencer - 1882
...play, passes into play ordinarily so called where there is a more manifest union of feeling with tha action. Play is equally an artificial exercise of...creatures show us unmistakably that their play consists of m;.mic chase and mimic fighting — they pursue one another, they try to overthrow one another, they...
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The Principles of Psychology, Band 2

Herbert Spencer - 1883
...which in these cases hardly rises to what we call play, passes into play ordinarily so called where there is a more manifest union of feeling with the...creatures show us unmistakably that their play consists of nr'inic chase and mimic fighting — they pursue one another, they try to overthrow one another, they...
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The Principles of Psychology, Band 2

Herbert Spencer - 1885
...powers which, in default of their natural exercise, become so ready to discharge that they reh'eve themselves by simulated actions in place of real actions....creatures show us unmistakably that their play consists of m'jnic chase and mimic fighting — they pursue one another, they try to overthrow one another, they...
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The Principles of Psychology, Band 2

Herbert Spencer - 1892
...is equally an artificial exercise of powers which, in default of their natural exercise, become BO ready to discharge that they relieve themselves by...creatures show us unmistakably that their play consists of nv'jnic chase and mimic fighting — they pursue one another, they try to overthrow one another, they...
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The Genesis of Art-form: An Essay in Comparative Aesthetics Showing ..., Band 5

George Lansing Raymond - 1893 - 311 Seiten
...what is said by Herbert Spencer in his " Principles of Psychology," ii., chapter ix.: " Play is . . . an artificial exercise of powers which, in default...their play consists of mimic chase and mimic fighting. It is the same with human beings. The plays of children — nursing dolls, giving tea parties, and...
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Art in Theory: An Introduction to the Study of Comparative Aesthetics, Band 1

George Lansing Raymond - 1894 - 286 Seiten
...ordinarily so called, when there is a more manifest union of feeling with the action. Play is . . . an artificial exercise of powers which, in default...their play consists of mimic chase and mimic fighting. It is the same with human beings. The plays of children — nursing dolls, giving tea parties, and...
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The Principles of Psychology, Band 2

Herbert Spencer - 1906
...which in these cases hardly rises to what we call play, passes into play ordinarily so called where there is a more manifest union of feeling with the...discharge that they relieve themselves by simulated notions in place of real actions. For dogs and other predatory creatures show us unmistakably that...
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The Training of Children in the Christian Family

Luther Allan Weigle - 1922 - 224 Seiten
...begotten within them an excess of energy. This energy overflows in play, which is, said Spencer, " an artificial exercise of powers which in default...relieve themselves by simulated actions in place of real actions."1 Play is, in short, according to this theory, a sort of safety-valve. Applied to the life...
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