Thus such conditions are called affections, not qualities.
Those, however, which arise from causes easily rendered ineffective are called affections, not qualities.
In precisely the same way, your country of Two Dimensions is not spacious enough to represent me, a being of Three, but can only exhibit a slice or section of me, which is what you call a Circle.
I mean that every Point in you -- for you are a Square and will serve the purpose of my illustration -- every Point in you, that is to say in what you call your inside, is to pass upwards through Space in such a way that no Point shall pass through the position previously occupied by any other Point; but each Point shall describe a straight Line of its own.
For the sweetest craft that slips her moorings in the Round Pond is what is called a stick-boat, because she is rather like a stick until she is in the water and you are holding the string.
They are called Paths that have Made Themselves, and David did wish he could see them doing it.
For the moment, I am merely concerned to note that perception of objects is one of the most obvious examples of what is called
"consciousness." We are "conscious" of anything that we perceive.
The only stand any of them made was on our right, where three of them stood, and, by signs, called
the rest to come back to them, having a kind of scimitar in their hands, and their bows hanging to their backs.
About the time that I was fourteen years and a quarter old, my good nurse, mother I rather to call
her, fell sick and died.
In the same way he learned many names for the one-man god: "Mister Kennan," "Harley," "Captain Kennan," and "Skipper." Only in the intimacy of the three of them alone did Jerry hear him called
: "Husband-Man," "My Man," "Patient One," "Dear Man," "Lover," and "This Woman's Delight." But in no way could Jerry utter these names in address of the one-man nor the many names in address of the one- woman.
Among these, the generous liquor called
punch is one.
In the course of his march, therefore, he secretly detached a small party of trappers, to make their way to those hunting grounds, while he continued on with the main body; appointing a rendezvous, at the next full moon, about the 28th of August, at a place called
the Medicine Lodge.