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  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: Translator's Introduction
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    • there. The struggle of the higher individual to come through in us
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: Foreword and Introduction: Thought - World, Personality, Peoples
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    • is really just as valid for the highest thoughts of a world view as
    • the spark of higher genius once that has been extinguished, then one
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: German Idealism: Johann Gottlieb Fichte
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    • in a higher sense, right up to feeling the salvation of one's
    • of a higher order, which descends into his soul not through his interest
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: German Idealism: Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
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    • is a reality of a higher kind, whose existence can be experienced by
    • of the perceiving senses. Reality of a higher kind, as a spiritually
    • exist is the highest gain of earthly life and of the search for wisdom.
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: German Idealism: Hegel
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    • The highest and deepest thing that is and lives in the world is
    • this, higher striving in knowledge receives a far-reaching character
    • even Epicurus and Bacon. ... But as to the high esteem to which Böhme
    • such words Karl Rosenkranz does in fact, to a high degree, speak the
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: A Forgotten Stream in German Spiritual Life
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    • from such presuppositions, Troxler has an inkling of a “higher
    • this “higher man” underlies the sense-perceptible man and
    • was already the case earlier with Friedrich Schlegel, the highest qualities
    • activity of love, there is the faculty of the “higher man”
    • whole words — to refind the first beginnings of our higher
    • consciousness, after God Himself constitutes the keystone of highest
    • union with the higher consciousness ...
    • word to its higher message, grasping it, and inwardly preserving it;
    • inner, higher man. ... In modern times even Kant, in
    • the sentence: “While it is now highly encouraging that modern
    • finally attains the highest; this inwardness beholds the ultimate simple
    • a tree trunk can be called reality. But in a higher sense it is no reality.
    • to realize the higher ones. Thus man, in his actual being, is not what
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: Pictures from the Thought-Life of Austria
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    • German duchess, whom he praised highly, except that — according
    • age; and that is why this play is so great: it lifts us onto a higher
    • Highest abode of our contemplative urgings:
    • Highest beginnings.
    • of mountains with their heads held high, beneath whose domineering
    • a criminologist of high repute. He hoped to see me (he said) industriously
    • the highlight of ages that Hegel depicted so aptly as the youthful
    • altruism as its higher truth. ... Only from the standpoint of our drive
    • for a loved one or to a noble end: he sees precisely in this his higher
    • that high vantage point upon which his world view had placed him. And
    • dialect in High German prose as truly and modestly as possible. (In
    • simply replaces the word in dialect with the corresponding word in High
    • corresponding word in High German.)
    • (Translation of Rudolf Steiner's High German prose version.)
    • the people who valued Hamerling's thought-world highly was Vincenz
    • one reads: “To make will the highest
    • satiric poem “Homunculus” speaks forcibly for the high degree
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: New Perspectives
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    • behold that which, as the higher reality of things, conceals
    • compared with a higher reality, ordinary reality has something dreamlike
    • this, he is living in a higher spiritual state. He falls into merely
    • portray the ascent of the higher life forms out of the lower ones. It
    • forces that cause a higher one to arise than waking consciousness can
    • of higher forms of existence out of lower ones. For this reason, Hegel
    • knowledge is the highest which knows only one truth: that there
    • And hovers high above the orient's plane.

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