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- Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
- that man has two kinds of nerves: the so-called sensory nerves and
- the motor nerves. The sensory nerves run from our sense organs (so
- people believe) or from the surface of the skin to the nerve centre
- so-called motor nerves, the will nerves, go out from the nerve
- through the telegraph wire nerves from the senses to the telegraph
- exchange into will through the motor nerves, the will nerves. People
- explain this theory of the two kinds of nerves. Nevertheless this
- but there is no difference between the sensory and the motor nerves.
- The same as with the so-called sensory nerves, the function of which
- motor nerves is to convey internal perceptions when we walk or move
- our arms. The motor nerves are sensory nerves too, only their
- why people believe the motor nerves to be the bearer of the will is
- not the motor nerves that create will, for they only perceive its
- movements arising out of will. Nerves are there only to convey
- Title: Threefold Order: Part II: Lecture: The Impulse Towards the Threefold Order
- criticism of Society, — what is the nerve of it? The
- nerve of it is this: — ‘Evolution goes forward of itself.
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