On the other hand, in seeing or hearing it would be less misleading to say that you have object without content, since what you see or hear is actually part of the physical
world, though not matter in the sense of physics.
"Take the example which we have now in view," pursued Sir Patrick--"the example of an average young gentleman of our time, blest with every advantage that physical
cultivation can bestow on him.
When Roderick Elliston regained entire sensibility, it was to find his misfortune the town talk--the more than nine days' wonder and horror--while, at his bosom, he felt the sickening motion of a thing alive, and the gnawing of that restless fang which seemed to gratify at once a physical
appetite and a fiendish spite.
We see in these facts some deep organic bond, prevailing throughout space and time, over the same areas of land and water, and independent of their physical
There came three months of mental worry, hard rolling, remorse, and physical
pain to drive home the lesson of insufficient experience.
He described him as a man of skill in all Christian modes of physical
science, and likewise familiar with whatever the savage people could teach in respect to medicinal herbs and roots that grew in the forest.