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DISSOCIATION AND THE ATTENTION
Meaning of Absent-Mindedness

himself seems asleep and the dream palace of consciousness is open to every,
chance impression.
The profound concentration of the attention, amounting to abstraction or absorption, is peculiarly characteristic of persons of unusual mental power.
As a matter of fact, it would seem that this phenomenon is in no sense an absence of mind, but is merely a concentration of the mental forces upon one subject to the exclusion of all else. Many anecdotes are related of Sir Isaac Newton, illustrating his so-called " absence of mind." On one occasion, when he was giving a dinner to some friends, he left the table to get them a bottle of wine. On his way to the cellar he became lost in reflection on some

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