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  • Title: Case for Anthroposophy: Chapter I: Anthropology and Anthroposophy
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    • relies on psychic apprehensions that are dependent neither on
    • psychic. Any attempt to connect them with some kind of somatic
    • conceived as never in any manner departing from the psychic and
    • psychic”, or “psychical”, the argument is invariably based on
    • realised that all the stages of psychic apprehension which a human
    • spirit, lie in a domain exclusively psychic; so that sensory
    • their attention on what is purely and distinctively psychic. The power
    • corresponding slumber of all that would be recognised as psychic, if
    • psychic with hopeless misunderstanding precisely because they are
    • regarding physical and psychic phenomena as two different classes of
    • prove no more than the similarity of fancying to a psychic phenomenon?
    • psychic, the
    • must also be something psychic! If that were so, every displeasure
    • concurrent psychic factor is present to consciousness only to the
    • psychic, is
    • waking experience; so that the specifically psychic only enters the
    • with ordinary consciousness), but also to the existentially psychic
    • the psychic so often remains unperceived, when even a philosopher like
    • positively psychic separate from the content of the psyche’s
    • authentically psychic is very elementary; it is the indispensable
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  • Title: Case for Anthroposophy: Chapter II: The Philosophical Bearing of Anthroposophy
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    • acquainted with the authentically psychic through immediate inner
    • (Erleben) and know how to distinguish that from the psychic
    • remembered. Representations themselves are a purely psychic reality;
    • somatic organisation. To the experience of the existentially psychic,
    • purely psychic activity. As the remembered representations of the
    • the authentically psychic depend for their philosophical validation on
    • purely psychic, which yet resembles in some ways the activity exerted
    • A second way of forming a concept of the purely psychic is as
    • for a willed act. But from that point on psychic experience disappears
    • central moment of willing itself. That which is psychically
    • existentially psychic.
    • anthroposophy, to the concept of the existentially psychic (and they
    • psychic activity. For the origin of all these abnormalities must be
    • the physiologically determinable. But the psychic, as anthroposophy
  • Title: Case for Anthroposophy: Chapter III: Concerning the Limits of Knowledge
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    • an inner psychic apprehension, a “purely noetic experience” such as
  • Title: Case for Anthroposophy: Chapter V: Concerning the Nature of Spiritual Perception
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    • that will call back the psychic preparations that led me to the perception
    • manner. Nevertheless, in order to acquire a reliable psychic relation to the
    • 1, psychic, or soul, processes leading up to a spiritual perception;
  • Title: Case for Anthroposophy: Chapter VII: Principles of Psychosomatic Physiology
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    • have reached concerning the relations between the psychic and the
    • If we are seeking for the actual relation between psychic and
    • distribution of psychic experience into representation, judgment and
    • and will which Brentano rejected. If we survey the psychic experience
    • to the psychic element in representation are observable in the
    • between the physical and the psychic. He deals with the relation
    • expects to arrive. It accepts as psychic only what is related to
    • analysis of psychic processes in their relation to the life of the
    • impounded in it, is the physical basis of psychic life. And, just as,
    • ordinary consciousness, psychic life is naturally classifiable in
    • of psychic and somatic life can come about.
    • the interrelations between psychic and somatic life which come about
    • psychic element
  • Title: Case for Anthroposophy: Chapter VIII: The Real Basis of Intentional Relation
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    • simply as a fact of ordinary consciousness. It is a psychic fact; but
    • the whole psychic experience. Perhaps I may be permitted, in bare
    • In the particular psychic experience which Brentano denotes by
    • reason, their perceptual function manifests as inner psychic
    • one must still distinguish, even in their case, the properly psychic
    • outer event or object from the inner psychic experience evoked with
  • Title: Case for Anthroposophy: Introduction
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    • independent of the psychic, and then determined to concentrate
    • one. And that is the fact that the exclusion of the psychic, as such,
    • here. In a short section entitled “Direction of the Psychic from the
    • Extra-psychic
    • extra-psychic,
    • psychic activity, and must be sharply distinguished as such from both
    • (Diremption of the Psychic from the Extra-psychic in Brentano)
    • four “elements” that were psychic as well as physical and four
    • were physical as well as psychic, no-one quite saw how. If your
    • psychic generally but by no means universally. Habits of speech alter

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