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- Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
- falls into three parts: into our sensory-corporeal nature, our organism,
- intermediate level between the purely corporeal phenomena and the true
- first of all a physical-corporeal being; hence he is subject to the same
- elemental body. The purely corporeal-physical laws combine in the
- a plurality because of his corporeal and spiritual organization. On the
- is nothing corporeal that does not carry a living spirit hidden within it.
- the birds in the sky, and the fish in the water, but all corporeal and
- For instance, he ascribes to man a twofold flesh, that is, a twofold corporeal
- Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
- religion this corporeal manifestation is abandoned, and God is worshiped only
- not thought of as incorporeal, but as invisible, gaseous. We thus come to the
- the heavenly bodies as corporeal spirits,
- Title: Chapter: Introduction
- thing among other things, which lives within its corporeality and through
- its organs perceives what lies outside this corporeality, and above this
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