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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • the day. Should they find any evil thought in themselves, any purpose which
    • have done evil, let them take the blame for it themselves, and lay the fault
    • after all; both Trees of the Paradise, the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil,
    • saw the fundamental nature of evil and good, and how the pregnant Mother,
    • spiritual world can enable one to overcome evil and advance into genuine
    • quiet before God in obedience, and to let the devil with all his host sweep over
  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • poverty before. It is here that all the evil demons lie in wait for man. His
  • Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
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    • entity which determines good and evil out of itself. He cannot do otherwise
    • he is freedom itself.” What then must evil be for Meister Eckhart? It can
    • wills, and to leave undone all the evil things which are against God. And it
  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • toward the good, and yet the dissonance of evil can be heard throughout the
    • aside, unexplained? Disharmony must be explained through harmony, evil
    • good and evil; in the latter, disharmony in the narrower sense finds its
    • evil in nature, just as the evil is for him something non-functional in
    • To one who has understood the origin of evil in man, the origin of evil in
    • nature is also plain. — How is it possible for evil as well as for good to
    • the evil flows, but out of the manner in which the good lives. As the light
    • things which is sought, and the evil, the non-functional, which is accepted
    • evil or the repugnant into itself ... Every being has good and evil within
    • evil in every object and process of the world; but it is not in his spirit
    • good with the evil. The primordial essence had to swallow the evil, but the
    • evil is not a part of the primordial essence. Jacob Boehme seeks the
    • angels with the devils, but rather Lyell's geological insights and the



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