oWaves in water after wind stops blowing
2.Motion in internal parts of man continues after external thing presseth upon him
3.Greeks: fancy, appearances, imagination
4.Imagination = decaying sense
5.Imagination of past is obscured and made weak as the voice of man is in noise of the day
6.Time has influence on imagination
7.Decaying sense = memory
oImagination = memory
8.Compounded vs simple imagination
oCompounded: 2 senses = horse + man = centaur
oSimple: just 1 sense = man
9.Collection of memories = experience
10.Emotions produce a bodily physical reaction whose remnants carry through in dreams
11.No imagination in dreams --> no dreams --> just agitation
12.In silence of sense then are our waking thoughts ?????
13.Imagination, over time, is the same as "memory."
14.Memory of things sensed from the outside world is defined as "experience," while
sensation of internal movements of the human body is called a "dream" when one is asleep,
or a "vision" or "apparition" when one is awake.
Equates beasts with men
oBoth have faculty of imagination
oAnd thus the faculty to use imagination to interpret signs and words
oAbility to understand
15.But what makes man different is the ability to understand not only his will, his
conceptions, and thoughts but understand others.
16.Ability to produce causes from effects and effects from causes....
1.Consequence: succession of one thought to another = mental discourse
2.2 types of trains of thoughts
oUnguided, without design and inconstant(no passionate thought to govern and
direct , wandering thoughts)
•Regulated by some desire an design
•one when of an effect imagined we seek the causes, or
means that produce it
•When imagining anything whatsoever we seek all we can o
with it, when we have it (Quality of MAN only not other species)
oThoughts when governed by design
•Are seeking, faculty of invention