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DISSOCIATION AND THE ATTENTION
Seeming Intermittence of Mind Life

upon its own operations, was concerned with only a small part of the news that was received.
Mind, my mind and yours, seems to have an intermittent and interrupted existence. Sleep, fainting, and other so-called "unconscious" conditions occupy large periods of the mind life of each one of us. Does it follow that mind and mental activity have no existence during these periods?
As a matter of fact we know that the vital operations of the body are conducted with as much precision and efficiency during sleep as when we are fully awake. May we not suspect that other mental processes are carried on without our conscious knowledge during the "unconscious state"? May they

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Seeming Intermittence of Mind Life

not occur under these circumstances just as they took place without our knowledge in the examples of absentmindedness, absorption and preoccupation that we have been considering? Certainly this might happen and none could be the wiser.
How often do we lie down for a nap of an afternoon and seem unable to fall asleep. After what seems but a few minutes of fitful dozing, we decide to give up trying to go to sleep, and are told, to our astonishment, that we have really been sleeping for an hour or two. Nothing but a look at the clock will afterwards convince us that we have really slept. Was the mind active during this unconscious interval_ as well as before and after? Certainly

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