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Now the three experiences which I
mentioned before (and I could have
added many some more) seem to those
who have experienced them ˇfor instance to me to
have some in some sense an intrinsic
<an> absolute value. But when I say
they are experiences surely they are
facts, they have taken place then &
there, lasted a certain definite time
& consequently are describable. And so, from
what I said some minutes ago I must
admit it is nonsense to say that
they have absolute value. And here
I [am|ha]ve at arrived at the main point of
this paper & it is the paradox for
I know not how to call it
that <an experience>

a fact should have an absolute value.
And I will make the point still more
acute by saying, that ˇan experience a fact schould
have a supernatural value.