Errata



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Decalogue/Dodecalogue


The following errors have been found in the first printing of Decalogue/Dodecalogue:

Page 20 / line 23 - Her love of truth was caught up in the belief in her religion and accordingly, she falsified the instructions into unvalues of her cultish religion.

Correction: His love of truth was caught up in the belief in his religion and accordingly, he falsified the instructions into unvalues of her cultish religion.

Page 60 / line 221 - However, we already gave these instructions and messages earlier to a human being of your world, word for word, the same as now nevertheless; however, our messages and instructions were falsified and completely altered into cultish-religious sense, thus she forfeited the truth and created new irrational teachings. Correction: However, we already gave these instructions and messages earlier to a human being of your world, word for word, the same as now nevertheless; however, our messages and instructions were falsified and completely altered into cultish-religious sense, thus they(the messages and instructions) forfeited the truth and generated new irrational teachings.

Page 148 / line 614 - ....consciencelessly falsified all of our instructions to unrecognisability, based loosely on her prejudiced sense in cultish religion.

Correction: ....consciencelessly falsified all of our instructions to unrecognisability, based loosely on his prejudiced sense in cultish religion.

Page 148 / line 615 - Thus she also omitted the two remaining recommendations, which were thus handed down to her...

Correction: Thus he also omitted the two remaining recommendations, which were thus handed down to him...



The Way to Live


In 'The Way to Live', first edition, (2015) p.196, no.263, the reader will find, "…, if he/she has reservations about the benefit of the honesty…". This should read, "…, if he/she considers uprightness before benefiting…".

The reader may also notice that this book contains only 500 verses whereas in the introduction it is described as containing 502 verses. '502' is an error which occurred in the German text.



Might of the Thoughts


In both editions of Might of the Thoughts the word 'principal' is erroneously written instead of 'principle'. In the first edition this occurs on pages 326 and 354 and in the second edition on pages 296 and 322.

Important error in the first edition of Might of the Thoughts - ISBN: 978-0-646-59477-4.

On page 36, in the eighth line of the second paragraph, it states, "Therefore, a human being with pure and positively-formed thoughts..." This is wrong. It should state, "Therefore, no human being with pure and positively-formed thoughts ..."