Exactly so, your Majesty" replied the other, bowing; "so it will be impossible for us to understand one another.
Your Majesty forgets that I cannot understand you," replied the Pumpkinhead.
I understand, he said, that you are speaking of the province of geometry and the sister arts.
And when I speak of the other division of the intelligible, you will understand me to speak of that other sort of knowledge which reason herself attains by the power of dialectic, using the hypotheses not as first principles, but only as hypotheses-- that is to say, as steps and points of departure into a world which is above hypotheses, in order that she may soar beyond them to the first principle of the whole; and clinging to this and then to that which depends on this, by successive steps she descends again without the aid of any sensible object, from ideas, through ideas, and in ideas she ends.
After that the child will roughly understand the word "motor," though he may include trains and steam-rollers If this is the first time the child has heard the word "motor," he may for a long time continue to recall this scene when he hears the word.
The effects of a word that we understand are always mnemic phenomena in the sense explained in Lecture IV, in so far as they are identical with, or similar to, the effects which the object itself might have.
Dolly, dearest, I do understand
," said Anna, pressing her hand.
I wished sometimes to shake off all thought and feeling, but I learned that there was but one means to overcome the sensation of pain, and that was death--a state which I feared yet did not understand
I quite understand
," answered Princess Mary, with a sad smile.
Yes; it's true because you don't understand
such a poor joke; if you did, you'd be no wiser than they are.
Don't you understand
that if you stay here they will treat you--"
An' they was wishin' somebody could make you understand
, only they didn't know who could; an' I was outside the winder, an' I says ter myself right away, 'By Jinks, I'll do it