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The overinterpretation is to interpret it as being pathological.
The Republicans who rally around a pathological demagogue are not a “fringe” in the party.
It is a volume brimming with ideas about how to combat “our pathological short-termism,” as he calls it.
Undoubtedly his existence is a product of the system, a pathological product, a kind of elephantiasis of individualism.
It has been maintained that this is a pathological specimen, and does not represent normal man.
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Pathological micro-organisms have very complicated products which are in large part poisonous.
Unexpected death frequently occurs in mania because of the failure to recognise the existence of serious pathological conditions.
Not that it is any more frequent in England, however, but was there first recognised as a distinct pathological entity.
Definite knowledge with regard to the pathological basis of crankism, or eccentricities, has not yet been obtained.
In his physiological and pathological qualities, he scarcely presents to us a distinct class of beings.

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