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Chapter IGENIUS AND VALUE i
Chapter IIGENIUS AND FAME
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acclaimed achievement actually existed admirers affective aroused artists battle of Jena bearer become famous become geniuses bionegative breeding capacity civilisation concatenation of circumstances concept of genius congregation connexion creation creative deified delusions demigod dream E. T. A. Hoffmann ego-positive element emotional endowed enjoyment factor eugenists exceptional talent experience fame famous person favourable feeling genius and insanity gifts Giordano Bruno Goethe harmony of genius healthy persons hero Holderlin human ideal idolisation imaginative impression impulse inborn individual influence instance Joan Joan of Arc lack large number life-history magnitude manifest mankind masses matter means ment mental disorder mind morbid mysterious Napoleon neurosis numerous particular peculiar problem of genius productive thought psychopathic psychosis psychotic qualities racial hygiene rank of genius reality recognised regarded relationships Richard Wagner saint schizophrenia Schopenhauer sense sociological speak suffered talent for form thing thinker to-day tones unconscious value-facets venerated Werther writing zeitgeist