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Preface - Introduction - The New Point of View - Educational Ideals - Equanimity - The Subconscious Mind - The Spiritual Ideal in Childhood - An Experiment in Education - The Expression of the Spirit - An Ideal Summer Conference - The Ministry of the Spirit - The Mystery of Pain and Evil - The Philosophical Ideal - The Criteria of Truth - Organic Perfection - Immortality - Index - p. 247


Chapter 15 - Index - p. 247

    A

  • Abbot, F. E., 259, 175, 276
  • Abelard, 15
  • Absolute, the. 3, 204
  • Absolute point of view, the, 182
  • Action and reaction. 2, 5, 79-84,
  • Addison, 123
  • Adjustment, 44, 46, 48, 110, 199, 205, 206
  • Affirmation, 44-46
  • Age of conceit, the, 100
  • Age of reason. the, 95, 100
  • Agnosticism. 175. 493
  • Allen, T. E.. 70
  • "All is good," 180, 185
  • Amiel, 170, 245
  • Among My Books, 101
  • Among the Forest People, 87
  • Anger, 32, 36, 37, 39
  • Aspirations of the World, 103
  • Attention. 54. 55, 57, 84, 89, 98, 140, 202
  • Attitude, the ideal. 4, 6, 9, 24, 214
  • B

  • Beauty, 304, 105-208
  • Belief. 40, 41
  • Berkeley, 102
  • Bicyclists. 39-42
  • Blood.flow, 37
  • Books, 00.0-103. 245
  • Bradley, 258, 259.174
  • Brain, The Abdominal, 33
  • Brain, the, 242-244
  • B

  • Caesar, 104
  • California, incident in, 6o
  • Carpenter, 62
  • Causation, 2, 181, 191
  • Child, L. M.,103,
  • Child, the, 73-92
  • Chia-We, 87
  • Children, methods of training, 70-92
  • Christ, the, 39, 75, 182, 220, 246
  • Christ home, the, 440
  • Clarke, J. F., 102, 103
  • Clergyman, the, 140
  • College, 103-106
  • Colour, 144, 145
  • Commercialism, 90
  • Conceit, a; the age of, 100
  • Concentration, 54, 55. 59, 89, 90, 05. 07. 262, 220
  • Conduct, 25, 34. 57, 258, 222
  • Conference, summer, 125-127
  • Conscience, 188
  • Consciousness, 244, 216-218
  • Conservation of energy, 208
  • Consistency, 6, 483-185
  • Copernicus, 18
  • Cosmic process, the, 12
  • Creation 20, 115, 146,
  • Creative life, the, 81
  • Creativeness, spiritual, 12. 74-77, 82. 85. 89, 94. 96, 102, 115-118, 208
  • Criteria of truth. the, inconceivability of the opposite, 173;
    274; objective and subjective evidence, 274 theological, 175; unanimous consensus 375-478, 157 2 new metaphysical. 776-478; practical. 278. 182, 293, 294;


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  • Criteria of truth-Continued, tional. 173, 156; religious, i79; concrete, 181; consistency, 183-185; relativity of 185. 585 common-sense, 186; intuitive, 187; experiential, 187 disbelief, 188; analysis of fact. 189; raising of objections, 189; proof. 190-192; summary of 193: results of, study of, 198
  • D

  • Damocles, 209
  • Darwin, 11, 16, 102, 167, 268, 209
  • Davis, M. S., 78
  • Death, 9, 34, 83, 148, 224 233, 236-240
  • Deceit, 99
  • Democracy. 4, 11, 16, 50
  • Descartes, 216
  • Devil, 151
  • Dhama, 221
  • Discoveries, 18-20, 30, 32,
  • Disease 8, 31, 33, 46, 146, 148, 166, 237; mental theory of, 39, 40; relation to subconsciousness, 57: in childhood, 79, 80
  • Dogmatism, 4, 180
  • Doubt, 165, 167
  • Dreams, 70
  • Drugs, 32, 34, 44, 46, 79, 166, 236
  • Duty, 290
  • E

  • Educated man, the, 25, 113, 152
  • Education, life and, iii, 12, 26, no; new discoveries and, 18, 29; ideals of, 18-30, 109, no; theories of, 19-22, 95; intellectual, 20, 11, 005, 213; current, 20, 30, 97. 106; purpose of, 24 21, 25, 36, 94; spiritual ideal in, 12, 24, 23, 30, 32, 52, 73, log defined, 23. 25, 114 113; many-sided, 26, 32, 48, 94, 109, 210, 111, 114, 198, 215. are; the new, 27, 731 self and, 27, tog; school system and, 28; subconscious mind and, 28, 30, 57; higher, 29,; muse,. sal, 3o; health and, 3x, 46,v52, 06. 60.11111 atmosphere in, 38; work and, 46; elective 81818m in, 71.95.98, 7813, ro4, Idealistic; the child in. 73 et regg idealistic methods in, 74. 78, 80, 85; Froebel on, 90, 91; experimental, 92, 109-111,
    210; social ideal and, 94, 109, 110; German system of, 95-96; Munsterberg on. 96, 98; misfits in, 96 et seq 108; practical, 97-101; high schools and, 99, 107; soul's awakenng and, 100-103; books and, 100-103; general reading and, 101-108; religion and, 102; travel and, 103; business and, 103; college, 103-106; classical, 104; college preparatory, 104-107; technical, 105; intermediate, 106; examinations and, 106 Emerson on, 106, 107; through self-training, 108; imitation in, 108; freedom, in, 109, 133; art and, 09, 114, 116; Jordan on, 110; Spirit and, 111-114 highest, 117, 114, 226; basis
    of, 113, 114; in summer, 125-135; relativity and, 144; social problem and, 152; phiosophy and. 153, 154, 172; culmination of, 172; service and, 198; organic basis of, 198; perfection and, 220; immortality and, 220
  • Educational methods in childhood, 86-93
  • Educational value of evil, 151
  • Egoism, 218
  • Elective system. 73, 95, 98. 187
248
  • Emerson, 1, 2, 101, 102, 105-107, 110, 120, 123, 210
  • Environment, 45, 49, 50, 94. 96, 110 133, 201
  • Epicurus, 178
  • Equanimity, need of, 28; heredity, 29; health and, 31 et seq.; as cure, 33; power of, 42. 50, 52, 89; dynamic, 47; attainment of, 47; meaning of, 48; environment and, 49; subconsciousness and, 56, 72; dreams and, 71; growth of, 72; value of, 194, 213; spiritual life and, 222; future life and, 237
  • Equilibrium, 36, 41, 42, 86, 148, 236, 237
  • Erdmann, 160, 162
  • Eternity, 206, 207, 239
  • Ethical life, 223
  • Ethics, 180
  • Euclid, 4.
  • Evil, origin of, 8, 12, 13, 151; relativity of knowledge and, 143-151; creation and, 146, 147, 149; pain and, 146-152; perfection and, 147, 150, 151; goodness and, 148, 151 207; contrast and, 148, 149, 207; progress and, 150; thought and, 150.; education and, 151; devil and. 151; problem of, 152; justification of, 152; philosophy and, 154; non-resistance and, 183; overcoming of, 184; organism and, 198, 201; nature of, 207
  • Evolution, 2, 10-19, 23, 26, 81, 83. 93, 115, 134, 149, 151, 154, 167, 198, 207, 217; education and, 74; motherhood and, 78; stages of, 80, 89.; immortality and, 223, 224
  • Examinations, 106
  • Excess, 33, 44-46, 50, 75, 210
  • Existence, 1, 190, 191 205
  • Experience, 24, 85, 100, 145, 148, 166, 186-188, 190-195, 198
  • Experience Ideal, 154, 166
    Experimental point of view, 3, 4. 167
  • F

  • Fact. 21, 189
  • Falckenberg, 162
  • Father the, 6, 23, 83, 84, 140, 199, 208, 215
  • Fatigue, 45. 51
  • Fear, 32, 34, 35, 38, 42, 43, 79, 236, 238
  • Fiske, John, 102, 148
  • Force, economy of, 44,45: relativity of, 204
  • Freedom, 8, 15, 16, 41, 50, 103, 129-135, 152, 192, 208, 215, 230, 235, 240
  • French peasant, instance of, 61
  • Friends, the, 31, 32, 48
  • Froebel, 92 92
  • G

  • Galileo, 18
  • God, 2, 14, 140, 190; origin of, 84; method of, 115; idea of, 165; how known, 204; the whole and, 205; progress of, 208; limitations of, 211
  • Gordon, F. C.. 81
  • Government, 131
  • Greatness, 117
  • Greek, 104
  • Green, 280
  • Guidance, 8, 65, 109, 229, 231
  • Gymnasium system, German, 96
  • H

  • Habit, 44, 57, 85, 243
  • Hall, Stanley, 90
  • Hartmann, 558
  • Harvard, 103
  • Health. 24, 30, 30, 38-41, 46, 52, 114, 149, 237; in childhood, 78-80
  • Hegel, 162,177
  • Heredity, 74, 77
  • Higher criticism, 18
249
    • Higher nature, 19, 21, 152
    • High school, 99, 107
    • Historical spirit, the, 16
    • History, 104
    • Home, the, 24, 76, 133, 140
    • Homer, 104
    • Hudson, 53, 67-70
    • Hume, 191
    • Huxley, 102, 159, 180

    I

    • Ideal Motherhood, 78
    • Ideals, 3, 18-30, 73-42, 112-117, 220
    • Ignorance, 2, 219
    • Immortality, experimental, 5; education and, 220; evidences against, 221; belief in, 222 222; psychical research and,;
      evidences for, 222, 245; spiritual life and, 222, 226, 229, 231, 245; social problem and, 223; ethics end, 223, 224; preparation for, 224-232, 238: Spirit and, 230-235, 245 relation to reincarnation, 231; love and, 232; soul affinity in, 233; spirit communion and. 234, 235: physical, 235-238; the present and, 239, 240, 245; proof of, 241; arguments against, 242-244; desire for, 242; thinking and, 242-244; memory and, 244: practical, 245; discovery of, 245; Chist and, 246
    • Inconceivability, 173
    • Inconsistency, 183
    • Individual, the, 15, 17, 22, 107, 209-211, 215, 223
    • Individualism,16, 94, 109, 214
    • Individuality, 20, 22, 23, 94, 110, 131, 133. 150. 193, 212-215
    • Induction, 66-68
    • Intellect, 113
    • Intolerance, 4
    • Intuition. 21, 65, 109, 167, 187, 188, 193, 199, 228
    • Involution, 115

    J

    • James, Professor, 25, 161, 171, 186, 194. 243
    • Janet, 53
    • Jehovah, 23
    • Jesus. 209
    • Jevon, 67
    • Jordan, 110
    • Journal, keeping a, 102, 106, 120
    • Judgment, coming to, 245

    K

    • Kant, 158,, 160, 175
    • Kindergarten, 73, 90-92: incident in, 83, 91
    • Knowledge, kinds of, 159; relativity of, 3, 141,52, 265, 2132, 187-191

    L

    • Labour. 232
    • Ladd, 159
    • Land, the, 130, 132
    • Learning, 24
    • Le Conte, 202
    • Lewes, 202, 178
    • Liberty, 23, 229-135
    • Life, an enigma, 1-3 an experiment, 3-6 the future, 5. 322, et seq., spiritual. progressive, 8; spiritual, 9, 17. 22, 24; new attitude towards, 10, 11, a unit, 13. 16, 194; educational, 23, 26, 154; purpose of, 26; secret of, 46, 65. 175 beginnings of; inner, 93; meaning of, 194-197; organic, 197; dream, 230; continuous 239, 240
    • Literary methods, 110-124
    • Love. 34, 37, 38, 48, 75. 76, 64. 115, 117, 137. w. zoo. 238. 245 in childhood, 78-857, 87; divine, 142; higher law of, 3, 37
    • Lovering, 169
    • Lowell, 101, 104, 123
    • Lower and higher, 70, 151, 224
    • Lower nature, the, 13
    • Luther, Martin, 15

    250

      M

      • Macaulay, 100, 101
      • Mahabharata, the, 221
      • Man, many-sided, 8. 22, 23, 25, evolution and, 12; superiority of, 24; practical, 25; the educated, 25, 113, 152; an epitome, 26; the ideal, 26, 74 the real, 35, 36; nature of, 108; growth of, 117; social, 119; limitations of, 150, 192, 210; glory of, 211; death and, 233
      • Manuscnpts, 120, 123, 144
      • Martineau, 102, 223, 259, 180, 243
      • Meliorism, 14
      • Memory, 57. 59, 98, 242-244
      • Mental atmosphere, 77
      • Mental healing, 39. 40, 176
      • Merchant, the, 22
      • Metaphysics, 176-178, 186
      • Methods of training children, 78-92
      • Mill, 67
      • Mind, influence of, 34-41, 52, 56. 57, 77; power of, 3 dual theory of,69; mystery of, 117
      • Minister. the, 133, 139
      • Misfits, 96, 108
      • Moderation, 28, 29, 33, 43-48, 56, 235
      • Monism, 186
      • Moody, 10
      • Mosso, 37
      • Mother, the, 29, 07
      • Mother's ideals, A, 78
      • Mozoomdar. 85
      • Muller, Max, 191
      • Mlinsterherg, 96, 98
      • Music, 112, 113
      • Myers, F. W. 11, 71
      • Mysticism, 21, 174, 218

      N

      • Natural law, 16, 84, 89, 90
      • Nature, restorative power of, 42, 43; method of, 46; beauties of, 132; as an organ, 200
      • Nature studies. 81, 126
      • Navigators, 18
      • Newspaper business, 99
      • Newton, 18
      • Nirvana, 147
      • Non-resistance, 183

      O

      • Objective evidence. 174
      • One and the many, the, 174
      • Optimism, 29, 37, 89, 157, 158, 177
      • Order, the old, 11
      • Organism, 25, 197. 200-202
      • Oriental contemplation, 175
      • Originality, 115, 140
      • Origin of Species. The, 168

      P

      • Pain, meaning of, 8, 201; remedy for, 42; serenity and, 48; subconscious mind and, 56; in childhood, 79; relativity of knowledge and, 143-151 man and, 146; creation and, 146-149; evil and, 146-151; growth and, 147; perfection and, 247-151; fatigue and, 148; nature of, 148; incrome of, 149; responsibility, and, 149; evolution and, 150; mystery of, 151
      • Pantheism. 185
      • Part, the, 208, 209
      • Passion, 29, 33
      • Paulsen, 162
      • Peace, 29, 38, 39, 137, 141, 142, 245
      • Perfection, 3, 6, 23, 27, 46, 147, 150, 151, 181, 182; organic, scope of, 197-199. God and, 199, 200; man and, 200, 201, 211; characteristics of, 201-205; absolute and, 206, 207, 209; eternity and, 206; progress and, 206-210; attainment of, 207; relation to the temporal, 209; limitations of, 209; Spirit and, 210, 211;

        252
        Perfection-Continued
        individual and. 213, 214; experience and, 215, 216, consciousness and, 216-218; society and, 218, 219; Christ and, 220; education and, 220; future life and, 226, 233
      • Perron, F., 160
      • Perversity, 130
      • Pessimism, 14, 29, 74, 158, 177
      • Philosopher, the, 156, 157, 163, 171, 177, 180-182, 186, 190
      • Philosopher's instinct, the, 155
      • Philosophical ideal, the, 153-172, 220
      • Philosophical method, the, 163-170, 188
      • Philosophical motive, the, 178
      • Philosophical sincerity. the, 164
      • Philosophical system, 160, 192
      • Philosophical temper, the. 170, 171
      • Philosophical truth, 179. 193
      • Philosophy, of evolution, 10, 19; world-process and, 12; of human nature, 26; involved in education 26; subconscious mind on, and, 65, 66; the kindergarten and, 90; relativity of, knowledge and,144; defined, 153, 159. 163, 177, 198, characteristics of, 154; basis of, 174: beginning of, 155, 166; problems of, 155, 160, 161; scope of, 155, 156, 158. 177, 179, 180; essence of, 156; exact, 157; fundamental, 157; illustrations of, 157, 158, 163, 165; ultimate, 158, 162; Kant, on, 158, 175; Abbot on, 159; Bradley on, 139; Ladd on, 159; Martineau on. 159; aim of, 160, 177; historical, 162; ideal of, 162; difficulties of, 163, 190, 196; method of, 164; relativity of, 165; doubt in, 166, 167; pluralistic systems of, 174; in India, 175; theoretical, 177; attitude of, 177; practical, 178; Greek, 178; tentative, 180; inconsistency and, 185: logic and, 185; truth and, 185; empiricism in, 185, 186; origin of, 186; speculative tendencies in, 186; intuition and, 187; experience and, 188; temperament and, 189; scepticism and, 190; presuppositions of, 190; proof and, 190; God and, 190; limitations of, 192; sources of, 194; results of, 198; spiritual, 233
      • Pianist, 140
      • "Po" 60
      • Point of view, the progressive. 6; the new, 10-17, 48, 51; the relative 108
      • Poise, 8, 28, 32, 41, 42, 45, 46, 48, 49. 213, 238, 245; physiology of, 32; as preventive, 43; defined, 47; spiritual. 47; value of, 78, 80; organic, 213
      • Prayer, 76, 87, 139
      • Prenatal influence, 29, 74 -77, 87
      • Preparatory education, 103-107
      • Preparatory schools, 97, 107
      • Pressure system, the, 28, 89, 106, 107
      • Prevarication, 99
      • Progress, 4, 5, 150, 165, 208, 210
      • Proof, 190, 192
      • Proofreading, 98
      • Provident, 78
      • Providence, 10
      • Psychical research, 27, 53, 188, 221, 222; proceedings of society for, 53, 71
      • Punctuation, 98
      • Punishment, 79, 132

      Q

      • Quakers, 31


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        R

      • Reading. 102
      • Readjustment, 4,49
      • Realism, 174
      • Reality, 22, 157, 174, 181, 192, 193, 213, 241, 242
      • Reason, 137, 188, 193
      • Récéjac, 188
      • Reform, 21, 14, 119, 251, 224
      • Reform movements, 129
      • Reincarnation, 76, 231
      • Relations, 203-205, 217, 218
      • Relativity of knowledge, 3, 141- 152, 165, 180, 187-191
      • Religion, 102, 144
      • Responsibility, 149
      • Revelation, 165,166,187; spontaneous, 108, 109, 115, 139
      • Rhythm, 32, 41, 45, 56, 71, 148
      • Riddles of the Sphinx, 178, 194
      • Robinson, Byron, 32
      • Royce, 160, 162, 174, 179, 243
      • S

      • Salvation, 10, 16
      • Scenery, 132
      • Schiller, 178, 193
      • Schofield, 53
      • Scholar, the, 22, 124
      • Schopenhauer,
      • Science, 24, 254 method of, 176
      • Self, 27
      • Self-condemnation, 201
      • Self-consciousness, 24, 54, 65, 69. 76. 93, 114, 116, 140, 194
      • Self-consistency, 174. 193. 218
      • Self-control, 8, 28, 38, 44. 47, 50, 78. 79, 94, 107. 194, 226, 245
      • Self government, 131
      • Sensation, 144
      • Serenity. 31, 32, 47-51, 138
      • Sermon, 139
      • Service. 9. 23, 22, 48. 75, 152, 194, 198, 209. 214, 223
      • Seth, Professor, 191
      • Sex nature, the, 33, 81, 82
      • Shakespeare, 102, 206
      • Sin, 10, 88
      • Singing, 113, 124, 140
      • Social ideal, the, 94, 150
      • Socialism, 24. 129
      • Social problem, the, 14, 15, 154. 206, 211 223,
      • Society, 17, 20, 93, 133
      • Socrates, 165, 209
      • Soul, education and, iii, 24, origin of, 2, 77. 102; growth of, 6 defined, 7, 23, 28, 84, 94, 111, 128; conditions of, 8, 9, 19, 35, 36, 44. 51, 70, 93, 100, 114, 137, 218, 226-245; rights of, 15, 131; creative, 20, 75, 94; freedom of, 33. 129, active, 36, 46, 54, 84, 218; power 0f, 36. 38. 47, 85, 225, 239: force and, 46; planes of consciousness and, 54, 69-72; awakening of, 100, 224; expression of, 102, 109-116, 227, 245; limited knowledge of, 102, 109-116, 227, 345; limited knowledge of, 191; study of, 224-229 unity of, 225; psychic phenomena, and,226-228. 233; Spirit and, 230-235, 240; communion of, 232-234; body and, 236, 238; death and, 236, 240; reality and, 241; brain and. 242-244: memory and, 242-244; habit and, 243; worth of, 245: Christ and, 246
      • Sound, 344
      • Speaking, public, 115, 122, 139, 140
      • Speculation, 127, 186
      • Spencer, 12, 16, 156
      • Spirit, progressive, 6, 210; characteristics of, 6, 7, 9, 13, 17, 20. 39. 65. 70, 75, 76, 116. 200, 207, 245; our dependence on, 23. 114, 115, 195. 196, 211; subconscious mind and, 65, 72; education and, 111; expression of, 112-126; 144; law of 135; ministry of, 136-142; presence of, 139, 141,

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        Spirit-Continued
        218, 230, 240; manifestation of,140, 141, how known, 181; society and. 199; organism and, 199; coming of, 222
      • Spiritual atmosphere, 38. 77, 78, 141
      • Spiritual faculty, the, 141, 225
      • Spiritual ideal in childhood, the, 73-92
      • Spiritual life, the, 8, 17, 221, 226, 228, 233
      • Spontaneity, 66, 72, 75, 76, 108, 186, 192
      • Standard, moral. 133
      • Stenography, 98
      • Style, 120, 123
      • Subconscious mind, the, education and, 28; theories of, 53; books on, 53; normal, 54; defined, 54. 69.; how known, 55; as agent, 56. 57. 62, 69, 71, 75, 89, 116; scope of, 57. 69. as storehouse, 58; consciousness and, 58, 59, 62, 69, 71, 119; temperament and, 58, 62; never sleeps. 60, 71; evidences of, 60-93; prophetic power of, 61; assimilative, 61, 121; receptivity of, 62, 65, 72, 76, 77, 118; synthetic, 62, 118; products of, 62, 122; progressive, 63; telepathic, 64; use of, 65, 68, 89; philosophic, 66; inductive, 66-68; Hudson's theory of, 67-70; forms of, 68; moral self and, 69, 70; development of, 70; relation to dreams and sleep, 71,72; Myers on, 71, 72; highest phase of, 72, 76, Childhood, 75; ideals and, 76, 85; teacher and, 89, 107; creative, 119, 121; literary work and, 121, 124; speaking and, 122; organic, 202; future life and, 228
      • Suffering, 146, 147. 151
      • Suggestion, 56, 57, 63-65, 70, 107, 116, 118, 234
      • Sully, 157
      • Sunday-schools, 88
      • Sympathy, 14, 110
      • T

      • Teacher, the, iii, 24, 25, 30, 89, 107, 114, 133. 165
      • Telegraphy, 98
      • Telepathy, 69, 223. 234
      • Temporal, the, 209
      • Ten Great Religions, 102, 103
      • Tennyson, 120, 189
      • Thales, 162
      • Theology, 11-13, 16-18; the old, 29. 74, 83, 157, 167
      • Theosophists. 76
      • Thought, apex of. 58-60
      • Tobacco, 44, 114
      • Trade, learning a, 97
      • Training of the child, 74, 78-92
      • Transmutation, 85
      • Travel, 103
      • Truth, 8, 127, 128, 169,185, 188, ,193
      • Tithe, 34
      • Typesetting, 98
      • Typographical changes, 124
      • U

      • Ueberweg, 160.162
      • Ultimate problems, 1, 16o, 161
      • Unanimous consensus, 175, 187
      • Uncaused, the, 2
      • Universe, the, law governed, 2, 5; relation to mechanical theory, 3; an experiment, 5; place of, 7; origin of, 190; organic, 199; purpose of, 205; evolution of, 207; progressive, 210; sound, 210; righteous, 211
      • V

      • Vibration, 144
      • Voices of Freedom, 189, 191
      • Volition, 36, 54, 69
      • W

      • Wallace, 82, 102
      • War, 131


      • 254
      • Whittier, 87
      • Will, 34, 89, 236
      • Windleband, 160, 175, 178
      • Wisdom, 204
      • Work, 44, 123, 147
      • World, process of, 10, 12; purpose of, 205, 206
      • Writer, the, 115, 119-124, 140
      • X

      • Xenophanes, 163
      • Xenophon, 104
      • Y

      • Yudhisthira, 221
      • Z

      • Zeller, 160

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