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A Study in Bourgeois Aesthetics 11
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absolute abstract action active affective antagonism beauty behaviour bourgeois culture bourgeois economy bourgeois philosophy causality Christianity civilisation closed world common conscious field consciousness cortex cortical determining relation dialectical materialism division of labour dominating dualism economic production emerges emotions environment epicritic existence experience explain exploited class fact feeling feudal function gestalt psychology god-king human ideas individual innate instincts interpenetration inverted world involves labour process laws magic magic and religion man's Marx Marxism mechanical materialism ment mind mnemic movement mutually determining mystery religions nature necessities neurology object organism outer reality perception phenomena primitive productive forces proletariat protopathic psychology qualities realised religion response result revolution revolutionary ruling class self-determined self-feeling sensation separate situation slave-owning social organisation social process social product social relations space stage stimuli struggle superstructure thalamus theory things thought tion transformed truth unconscious Universe unlikeness visual field world of physics world-view