William James' theory of the "transitive parts" of the stream of consciousness

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Keywords Atomism  Consciousness  Continuity  Epistemology  Impression  Part  Phenomenology  Temporality  Transitivity  Hume  Husserl  James
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Reprint years 1943
DOI 10.2307/2102846
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