I mean that, in attempting to state the PROXIMATE cause of the present event, some past event or events must be included, unless we take refuge in hypothetical modifications of brain structure.) For example: you smell peat-smoke, and you recall some occasion when you smelt it before.
The same stimulus will not produce the same recollection in another man who did not share your former experience, although the former experience left no OBSERVABLE traces in the structure of the brain. According to the maxim "same cause, same effect," we cannot therefore regard the peat-smoke alone as the cause of your recollection, since it does not have the same effect in other cases.
"No; I forgot all about the brains!" exclaimed the woman.
"He means," explained Ojo, "that unless your servant has good brains she won't know how to obey you properly, nor do the things you ask her to do."
I ran the liquor down and joyed as the maggots mounted in my brain
The heart does not more love the heart that loves it than the brain
loves the brain
that comprehends it; and, whatever else was to befall us, Nicolete and I were already in love with each other's brains
I feel what the rykor would feel if he had a head and brain
. If he is hurt, I would suffer if I remained connected with him; but the instant one of them is injured or becomes sick we desert it for another.
"The gentleman is excused," said the Judge, handing back the certificate to the person who had brought it, "he has a brain
Schneider frowns ever more and more and shakes his head; he hints that the brain
is fatally injured; he does not as yet declare that his patient is incurable, but he allows himself to express the gravest fears.
has put on a sort of brown dressing gown and says he's a monk; and Mr.
"That is because you have no brains
" answered the girl.
"Nevertheless," interrupted the Tin Woodman, "a good heart is, I believe, much more desirable than education or brains