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- Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 1: On the Functions of the Nervous System
- animals) we can distinguish sensory, or sense-nerves or
- perceptive nerves, and motor nerves. It can be drawn
- schematically, by showing, for instance, that any nerve, say
- a nerve of touch, carries the sensation of touch to the
- the so-called motor nerve. From there, the impulse of the
- this is shown in a more complicated way, as if the nerves
- and motor nerves. You will find that they mention
- matter. Nerves — both sensory and motor nerves —
- whether the nerve-cord is interrupted in the spine or in the
- process is connected with that part of the nerve-cord that
- the other nerve-cord. When an external impression causes me
- along the whole sensitive nerves, along the so-called motor
- nerve, from a to b, is not “conducted
- nerve-path indicated in the diagram.
- motor nerves, where it receives an impression from the
- question arises: Why then is the nerve-cord interrupted? It
- piece of nerve that I indicated in red really serves to place
- the physical world. The other piece of nerve, indicated in
- outside, through the nerve-cord a c, or whether we
- the perception varies according to the nerve-cords that
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- Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 2: Concerning the World of the Dead
- Even within ourselves we kill the life of the nerves the very
- moment in which we form a thought; for a really living nerve
- that — “We enter into the life of our nerves
- Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 7: The Inadequacy of Natural Science for the Knowledge of the Life of the Soul
- system. The nerve-process is such that it must limit itself
- same thing were to go on that goes on in the nerves, this
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