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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • Fighter for Freedom, as a part of the Centennial
    • individual freedom, invention, and discovery then coming to birth. He
    • freedom from traditionalism and conservatism — Leonardo da Vinci. At this
    • objective freedom he believed should prevail among scholars. The presence of
    • find freedom to lecture. In Marburg he was disappointed, but in Wittenberg
  • Title: Chapter: Introduction
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    • power of the soul over the affections and over the freedom of the soul. From
    • a rational meaning? Would freedom of willing then consist in being able to
    • realm of freedom.
    • Not all human actions bear the character of freedom. Only that acting which
    • into one which bears the character of freedom. The man who has penetrated
    • of this regularity, and therewith his unfreedom. Freedom is not a fact of
  • Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
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    • freedom. In ordinary life the soul is not free. For it is entangled in the
    • God wills; and this is not its unfreedom; it is its true freedom. For
    • freedom is this, that we are not bound, that we be free and pure and
    • he is freedom itself.” What then must evil be for Meister Eckhart? It can
    • as an individual. “Some men say: If I have God and God's freedom, then I

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