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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • Goethe's way of thinking. During his Weimar residence while working at the
    • the thinking of the modern world. In somewhat enlarged form this thesis
    • impact of modern scientific thinking upon the experiences of man's inner,
    • changes in human thinking took place in these four hundred years. The world of
    • With the rise of the new thinking of the Renaissance, however, men began to
    • thinking, he reached out to embrace its far places physically as well. The
    • aphoristic expression by means of his remarkable powers of thinking; in the
    • his independent thinking made formal study most unattractive to him, and he
  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • The road which is indicated by the way of thinking of Nicolas of Cusa was
    • thinking is based on a lack of capacity for spiritual comprehension. One is
    • treats, with the most veiled irony, the way of thinking which confounds
    • purely organic functions and the thinking processes taking place in the
  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • schooling for the technique of thinking. They have an incomparable agility
    • thinking about the properties of geometric forms. We can count by adding a
    • (conceptual) circle. And yet our thinking occupies itself with the latter.
    • predecessors are involved in this inspiration. In his way of thinking one
    • for the way of thinking of Eckhart and his companions. The “learned
    • shall record only the main feature of the way of thinking of these writings. Man
    • characterized this way of thinking in detail in my
    • and know nothing about their origin. In line with this way of thinking one can
    • vitiated contemporary thinking in many respects.) Since man is a thing among
  • Title: Chapter: Epilogue
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    • spirit of this way of thinking. The “question of all questions,”
    • way of thinking of Jacob Boehme close to a conception of the world that takes
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • his way of thinking, had become a scientist, he would have had to insist
    • divine. Tauler, in conformity with his way of thinking, emphasized the
    • Friends of God” those with the way of thinking of the “layman.” One can
    • only by raising oneself from this lower to a higher way of thinking.
    • in appearance, while in essence they are all the same. For a way of thinking
  • Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
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    • to the fact that it is his dwelling-place. He was compelled to stop thinking
    • the material, just as sound thinking forces us to seek the cause of the
    • Instead of thinking of the primordial foundation of the world as spirit, he
    • the vision of scientific thinking beyond the earth; he no longer thought of
  • Title: Chapter: Introduction
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    • Thinking which with logical prejudices does not block its way to inner
    • subjective. Comprehending thinking, on the other hand, has no such
    • its concept. Through this re-thinking there is revealed to us, as Hegel
    • the inner life: “There is thus no doubt: in thinking we hold the universal
    • with the process of their becoming. I simply come upon them, but in thinking
    • departure for the contemplation of the universal processes than thinking.”
    • else, ‘thinking;’ in thinking the I has fulfilled its concept, it
    • has given up its existence as something separate; therefore in thinking we
  • Title: Preface: Preface to the 1923 Edition
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    • thinking clash in a period from the thirteenth to the seventeenth century.
    • inquiry and thinking which in its details is foreign to present-day
    • a way of thinking which also can incorporate the newer knowledge into
    • able to lead his thinking over into this science. In his time one could have
  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • who applied the same way of thinking to man's own nature in particular is
    • way of thinking Valentin Weigel stands on a much higher level than Kant.)
    • encountered in the thinking of Nicolas of Cusa. In his way Weigel has
    • of thinking is one thing, his world of facts another. One can imagine the
    • with his thinking the biblical story of the Creation and the struggle of the



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