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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • intellectual spheres the Renaissance worked its wonders, and the dream of
    • for creeds and dogmas established on purely intellectual foundations. He was
    • intellectual creativeness, but was the gift of the spiritual world. In 1620,
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • life within him. He thinks it with the intellect, but he does not yet live
    • intellect. He possesses it as the whole force of his life. He knows that one
    • oneself beyond the natural understanding of the intellect. One then speaks
    • intellectual understanding. In reality it does not hold fast to it. In its
    • brought concepts and ideas of the intellect from within himself; these
    • considered all who, on the basis of an unconsidered intellectual judgment,
    • they cannot become other through any intellectual judgment. But in the
  • Title: Chapter: Introduction
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    • intellectually the two influences and their manners of acting, a sum of
    • of the external world is integrated into the pre-existing intellectual
    • what the external senses and the analytic intellect perceive, not all of the
    • upon with the intellect, they displace into the outside world as something
    • The one who will allow spirit to be only the logical intellect may feel his
    • remain the “dry,” “abstract men of intellect.” But for one who has a gift of
  • Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
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    • sees with the external senses, and with the logical intellect, which orders
    • in themselves. The external senses and the ordering intellect separate the

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