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  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 1: On the Functions of the Nervous System
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    • feeling and cosmic ideas. These things are only of value if
    • excessively, owing to the war. A “valued thought”
    • “over-valued” when the nervous system is
    • “over-valued.” The “valued” thought
    • is sound, and from the valued thought one must conclude that
    • the nerves also are sound. But if the thought is over-valued,
    • “over-valued”; the nerve process is on one side
    • and the idea “over-valued” on the other. People
    • For instance, it would be an over-valued thought if I were to
    • an over-valued thought. But it need not be
    • “over-valued” if I really happened to be the King
    • content. Hence the thought itself is not over-valued;
    • that this man has formed the idea of over-valued thoughts.
    • over-valued thought rules consciousness to such an extent
    • bridling and limiting the over-valued thoughts. Thus a
    • immediately connected with the center of the over-valued
    • expression “over-valued thoughts,” we must accept
    • that is determined by over-valued thoughts.
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 3: Our Life with the Dead
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    • between people. All this really has the value of a dream, of
    • Even in art people no longer attach value to what arises
    • ethical-moral value within the life of the community, we

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