If, on the other hand, we try to constitute memory without the act, we are driven to a content, since we must have something that happens NOW, as opposed to the event which happened in the past.
'consciousness' exist?"* In this essay he explains how what used to be the soul has gradually been refined down to the "transcendental ego," which, he says, "attenuates itself to a thoroughly ghostly condition, being only a name for the fact that the 'content' of experience IS KNOWN.
After mentioning the duality of subject and object, which is supposed to constitute consciousness, he proceeds in italics: "EXPERIENCE, I BELIEVE, HAS NO SUCH INNER DUPLICITY; AND THE SEPARATION OF IT INTO CONSCIOUSNESS AND CONTENT COMES, NOT BY WAY OF SUBTRACTION, BUT BY WAY OF ADDITION"(p.
'consciousness'; while in a different context the same undivided bit of experience plays the part of a thing known, of an objective 'content.' In a word, in one group it figures as a thought, in another group as a thing"(pp.
With many basic skill-training offerings already in place--including product knowledge for salespeople and maintenance manuals for repair staff--NEC University and similar corporate learning centers are reaching up the value chain for more sophisticated e-learning training contents
. They now offer experiential strategic marketing simulation training courses in a "blended" format--traditional lecture seminars combined with online computer simulations originally developed at INSEAD in France.
Especially, as a result of the development of broadband networks, cellular phone networks and wireless networks, a digital content
delivery service over the computer network is widely penetrated.