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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • year of Goethe's death. Steiner was well qualified for this position,
    • years before in Vienna, and had been continued in Weimar, was extended and
    • changes in human thinking took place in these four hundred years. The world of
    • The year Meister Eckhart was born, Louis IX, known to posterity as Saint
    • seventy-two years, was thirty-nine years of age, in the full strength of
    • In year 1260 while Marco Polo was on his way to China thus giving birth to new
    • in Germany. The one hundred and sixteen years of Hohenstaufen rule
    • Hohenstaufen had died six years before Eckhart's birth.
    • all its gifts. These were the years when these two opposed attitudes toward
    • At about the age of fifteen, around the year 1275, Eckhart entered the
    • Dominican monastery at Erfurt, where he remained for nine years in
    • preparation for the priesthood. He completed his studies in the year that
    • The year 1300 was famous as the Year of Jubilee proclaimed by Boniface VIII,
    • lifetime. In this same year Eckhart is mentioned as “Brother Eckhart, Prior
    • fortieth year, and about this time he produced a little book which bears the
    • was the center of European cultural life. Over one hundred fifty years before,
    • Years later Eckhart described his Paris activities in terms which perhaps
    • In 1302, the year after the famous Duns Scotus became professor of theology
    • In 1304, the year of the birth of Petrarch, Eckhart was appointed provincial
    • of the Dominicans for Saxony. Three years later he was appointed
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  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • there remain, as Wolfgang Ernst Heidel showed in the year 1676, letters
    • until the year 1531, although it had been composed as early as 1510, because he
  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • Tycho Brahe, still relied a hundred years later when he flung the following
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • Young 15-Year-Old Boys.) It is entirely sufficient to say of Tauler that at
    • year 1497, with a translation in modern German facing the original text. The
    • like a drop of water in the great ocean. He speaks of this yearning for the
  • Title: Chapter: Introduction
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    • J. G. Fichte in his Berlin lectures in the year
    • in the year 1876. Everywhere we should go only so far as to
  • Title: Preface: Preface to the First Edition, 1901
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    • connection are a vital question of great importance. — Ten years ago I
    • only be attained in the course of many years of one's life. Only now, after
  • Title: Preface: Preface to the 1923 Edition
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    • In this work more than twenty years ago, I wanted to answer the question,
    • subject in the past twenty years do not, in my opinion, furnish any grounds

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