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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • warned man never to lift his head out of the dust of earth, but always to
    • steward in a knight's castle, hence Johannes' boyhood was passed in the
    • all its gifts. These were the years when these two opposed attitudes toward
    • as well as the famous castle of the Wartburg.
    • which the Franciscans chose to bring forward against them.
    • later a Friend of God came to him and led him forward on the road to the
    • lovingly toward God's side, and encircled by His arms, lay pressed close to
    • parched mouth toward the aspergillum in the hope that even a single drop of
    • action, into practical deeds of will; in the golden warmth of his loving,
    • attitude toward life which Jan van Ruysbroeck manifested. The result was
    • directed toward moral and spiritual improvement. They taught the children
    • Constantinople to try his efforts toward the solution of one of the most
    • Years' War in Western Europe.
    • and not long afterward we find him at the University at Dôle as a
    • He appeared in public life once more, first in Geneva, afterward in
    • From outward things, what'er you may believe.
    • outstanding passages is, “Faith comes by inward hearing. Good books,
    • a master shoemaker there, and soon afterward married Catherina Kuntzsch,
    • Warburton characterized as something that “would disgrace Bedlam at full
    • denunciations of his pastor. Afterward he went to Richter and attempted to
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  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • I am aware that there is many a “fact” in our learned scientific
    • silver in poverty, anxiety, wars, and perils.” What has been handed down
    • substantial things.” But with such sayings Paracelsus only wants to warn
  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • endless emptiness, or he will, blessed in God, and turning his gaze inward,
    • associated with the body as it is in earthly life, is primarily directed toward
    • was on the way toward once again developing that out of knowledge which
    • aware that people who rely on the gospel that “our entire world of
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • inward, and attain to forgetfulness of all things and of himself.” “For the
    • toward the universal essence become concentrated in the one thing: reverence
    • weltpriestere gewiset wart uffe demuetige gehorsamme,
    • he must look forward to what has not yet been created;
    • toward a God. The man who has understood this does not want to look at God
    • walks with him toward a goal which, at the outset, is as unknown as the
    • of ideas when man is aware that it is not the light of his self, but the
    • were led through a higher life of ideas. Suso's heart turns ardently toward
    • warm feeling for everything which is revealed in the content of this
  • Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
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    • awareness of an eternal necessity. He says to himself, Through this iron
    • his actions the awareness of his moral responsibility grows into the
  • Title: Chapter: Introduction
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    • toward which the spirits under discussion strove. In self-knowledge they saw
    • The individual upward
  • Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
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    • nature of things which lies sensorily outside him. For he is aware that
    • describing his feelings toward God as follows: “I do not thank God for
  • Title: Preface: Preface to the First Edition, 1901
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    • become as clever as he: “Mill, Sigwart, Wundt, Riehl, Paulsen, B. Erdmann.”
    • full understanding of facts in the realm of nature. One must only beware of
  • Title: Preface: Preface to the 1923 Edition
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    • and fourteenth century onward. What Paracelsus or Jacob Boehme preserve of
    • who incline toward mysticism today do not want to kindle mystical
    • substratum of inquiry which directs the faculties of the soul upward to the
    • toward the spiritual world.
  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • Here I must confine myself to saying that with this simple, straightforward
    • Jacob Boehme is filled with a restlessness which impels him toward
    • toward the good, and yet the dissonance of evil can be heard throughout the
    • primordial essence itself becomes aware of itself as such an inner life; it
    • creation.” But from there he would press forward to the spiritual world.

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