Unconscious Memory

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2004
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Note.  By R. A. Streatfeild

Introduction.  By Professor Marcus Hartog

Author’s Preface

Chapter I.  Introduction—General ignorance on the subject of evolution at the time the “Origin of Species” was published in 1859

Chapter II.  How I came to write “Life and Habit,” and the circumstances of its completion

Chapter III.  How I came to write “Evolution, Old and New”—Mr Darwin’s “brief but imperfect” sketch of the opinions of the writers on evolution who had preceded him—The reception which “Evolution, Old and New,” met with

Chapter IV.  The manner in which Mr. Darwin met “Evolution, Old and New”

Chapter V.  Introduction to Professor Hering’s lecture

Chapter VI.  Professor Ewald Hering “On Memory”

Chapter VII.  Introduction to a translation of the chapter upon instinct in Von Hartmann’s “Philosophy of the Unconscious”

Chapter VIII.  Translation of the chapter on “The Unconscious in Instinct,” from Von Hartmann’s “Philosophy of the Unconscious”

Chapter IX.  Remarks upon Von Hartmann’s position in regard to instinct

Chapter X.  Recapitulation and statement of an objection

Chapter XI.  On Cycles

Chapter XII.  Refutation—Memory at once a promoter and a disturber of uniformity of action and structure

Chapter XIII.  Conclusion