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  • Title: PoSA: Introduction - Rudolf Steiner as a Philosopher
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    • the “jump” which creates a new species in the plant or animal kingdom. In a
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter VII: Are There Limits to Knowledge?
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    • species tulip. This species, however, for the naive realist is
    • means of it the species is maintained. The life principle permeating the
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter IX: The Idea of Freedom
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    • general species, man; the fact that something ideal comes to expression in a
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter XII: Moral Imagination
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    • not, like natural laws, to examples of a species. As an organism I am such
    • an example of a species, and I shall live in accordance with nature if I
    • apply the natural laws of the species to my particular case. As a moral
    • a new species in nature by an old one and say, Because reptiles do not
    • to deduce the nature of a later species from the nature of an
    • ancestral species. True as it is that the moral ideas of the individual have
    • a new species in nature; the characteristic feature of the deed, that is,
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter XIV: Individuality and Species
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    • Chapter XIV: Individuality and Species
    • INDIVIDUALITY AND SPECIES
    • the species. The species explains why something about the individual appears
    • of the species for the reason for an expression of this being. Here we have
    • species, then we have no sense for what is individual.
    • based on a concept of the species. The tendency to judge according to
    • species is most persistent where the differences of sex are concerned. Man
    • that she is a woman. Woman is supposed to be the slave of her species, of
    • not as an example of her species but as an individual, would be that social
    • wanted to live simply as examples of the species could possibly fit the
    • determining the individual according to the laws of the species ceases. The
    • think, cannot be deduced from any concept of a species; this depends singly
    • concepts of species is only a preparation for that insight which becomes
    • the typical way of thinking and free from a will based on the species, there
    • species, so our cognition must become free from the means by which all that
    • belongs to species is understood.
    • of the species in the way indicated, can he be considered to be a free
    • spirit within a human community. No man is all species, none is all
    • part of his being from the animal-like life of the species, as well as from



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