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  • Title: PoSA (English/RSPC1949): Appendix I
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    • wholly beyond the reach of my conscious experience. Clearly the point
    • surveying the situation from the point of view of spiritual
    • explained as follows. According to the point of view maintained in
    • of knowledge. The first consists in remaining at the naive point of
    • consciousness. If I stop at this point of view, or if for whatever
    • such he takes my point of view to be — is bound to declare
    • his views on these points, and likewise he will seek to dodge in
    • Naive Realism. But, then, I have already pointed out in this book
    • Johannes Rehmke. The point of view of the
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter I
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    • from the same point of view in combating the concept of free will.
    • This leads us straight to the standpoint from which the subject will
    • namely, that it is precisely for the good points that love opens the
    • eyes. Many pass by these good points without notice. One, however,
    • From whatever point we
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter II
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    • the opposites, present though they are. Neither of these two points
    • Matter. And thus he is back again at his starting-point. How does
    • back to her again. A simple reflection may point this way out to us.
    • point where we can say, “Here we are no longer merely ‘I,’
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter III
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    • Thinking are the two points of departure for all the spiritual
    • standpoint outside of my own activity, if I want to observe my
    • firm point from which he can, with well-founded hopes, seek an
    • And that is the very point that matters. The very reason why things
    • how it is done. Hence there can be no more fundamental starting-point
    • other point of view than my own. I contemplate the rest of the world
    • sufficient reasons for making thinking the starting-point for my
    • could find a point of support for his instrument. He needed a point
    • without doubt, be to the point. Thinking cannot, of course, come into
    • of it. Hence he is in search of the starting-point, not for creation,
    • is right or wrong, and that, so far, our starting-point is a doubtful
    • the preceding discussion I have pointed out the important difference
    • being willed, the point which matters is that nothing is willed
    • point where it appears. No, whoever is bent on seeing in thinking
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter IV
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    • thinking my starting-point, and not concepts and Ideas which are
    • this concept only which points beyond the noise. Whoever does not
    • activity as soon as it can find a point of attack. Experience shows
    • receive depends essentially on my standpoint. In the same way, it
    • dependence of my percept-picture on my point of observation
    • That is the starting-point. Here the thought-operation begins. If I
    • coloured body only on returning to my starting-point. The circle is
    • starting-point, the object, i.e., the external percept of which up to
    • now, from my naive standpoint, I had a totally wrong conception. I
    • colour percept by pointing to the process which takes place in the
    • the material of sensation. At the point of transition from
    • to the standpoint of naive consciousness which it calls Naive
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter V
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    • that we cannot observe them directly? From this point of view, he is
    • science adopts this point of view, when it uses percepts only as an
    • all desire to trouble themselves further about it. From this point of
    • These two points of
    • sphere, however, they are unable to find any stable point.
    • standpoint can be only this, that we ask how thinking is related to
    • parabola to be a line which is produced by a point moving according
    • not only with a sequence of visual percepts at different points, but,
    • from the centre of the world, but rather at a point of the periphery.
    • stand at a point on the periphery, and find that our own being is
    • we have shown, the starting-point for the understanding in the
    • to this percept. From this point of view, the question of the
    • these first reflections. This is the point of view from which the
    • standpoint of naive reality which he occupies prior to all reflection
    • point of view believes it should affirm. Man can no longer look
    • this kind of thought. Yet one cannot remain at the point of view of
    • naive point of view must be abandoned. If the naive point of view
    • the naive point of view does not lead to any other view which we
    • it, the kind of thought which the naive point of view imposes on us.
    • way as is the known thing of the naively realistic point of view. —
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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter VI
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    • determinate concept which points to the percept.
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter VII
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    • organization, stands over against a sphere of concepts pointing to
    • bearers are, in fact, illegitimate hypotheses from the standpoint of
    • self-deception. The main point is that all the results of physical
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter VIII
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    • knowledge. From his point of view he is quite right in interpreting
    • gradual development, that we attain to the point at which the concept
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter IX
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    • passage from p. 111 down to this point was added, or rewritten for
    • catalogue of the principles of morality (from the point of view of
    • regard the validity of this content as the basis and starting-point
    • a moral concept also only if I adopt the standpoint of a particular
    • point of view Ethical Individualism.
    • standpoint of Ethical Individualism.
    • immaterial from a certain point of view. Only let us not assert that
    • From the standpoint of
    • stage in development. The point is that we cannot acknowledge it to
    • be the absolute standpoint in morality. For the free spirit
    • stands, in his science of man, still at that same point at which
    • he traces a progressive ascent in this direction to the point where
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter X
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    • fellow-man that it has not been freely done, he is bound to point out
    • develop still as an unfree being, until he reaches the point where he
    • consciousness. On the other side, we have pointed out that the Ideas
    • the point of view put forward in this book. It does not matter
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XI
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    • attempts, as we have repeatedly pointed out, to introduce perceptible
    • up for himself are, from the standpoint of Monism, illegitimate
    • from a Monistic point of view, untenable.
    • the effect. But in nature we can nowhere point to concepts operating
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XII
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    • point. In so far as I am an individual, I need no diet. Dietetic
    • standpoint are we to say of the distinction, already mentioned above
    • chapters on human willing I have pointed out what man can experience
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XIII
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    • a higher point of view, be seen to be good, for it represents an
    • non-existence would, from every point of view, be preferable to
    • this point of view will find it easy to lay down the direction which
    • optimistic standpoint, then, life is worth living. It is such as to
    • non-attainment of an aim is increased by the pain of disappointed
    • If the point is simply
    • Here we touch the point
    • reached the point where hunger ceases, everything has been attained
    • nature, it can point to the agonies of animals which, in certain
    • first, is foreign to man's point of view. The original measure of his
    • point where his moral nature breaks through the shell of his lower
    • here developed points man back to himself. It recognizes as the true
    • objection ignores precisely the main point. If freedom is to be
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XIV
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    • reached the point of emancipation from what is generic in him, and we
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XV
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    • standpoint see the part of the whole as if it were a truly
    • journey through life, we cannot but expect. The only point open to
    • question would be whether, from the exclusive point of view of
    • been able to adopt, in all seriousness, the point of view of the
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Editors Preface to the 4th Edition, 1939
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    • check certain words and phrases from the strictly Steiner point of
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Preface to the Revised Translation, 1939
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    • point is that a distinction had to be made without which vital
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Preface to the Revised Edition, 1918
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    • knowledge; and, further, an attempt to point out how with this view
    • conclusive answer of this sort, but point to a field of experience in
    • not, at this point or that, to define my position towards the
    • book has to say. All that, from the point of view of the



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