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The tenth man in the Hindu story, who failed to count himself when checking if all the party who waded across a river were safe; the Hebrew rabbi who said on his deathbed, "If there proves to be no future life, how I shall laugh!"; and the scientist who denied the existence of mind because brain-flesh produces consciousness--all three show how easy it is to forget the subject when looking at the object.

-- Notebooks Category 21: Mentalism > Chapter 2: The World As Mental > # 176

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