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- Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
- Aristotle. Aristotle is, as it were, the first man in human evolution
- who works in a truly intellectual way. In Aristotle, we continually
- traditional form. Aristotle is aware of this older form of wisdom; he
- Aristotle evinces in a
- configuration of Greek culture, Aristotle is not a Gnostic. The
- Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
- say, Aristotle, who died in 322 B.C., we have to see ourselves
- is an utter impossibility. We do not even understand Aristotle. And
- connection with Aristotle countless misconceptions have arisen, simply
- to Plato, for example, who was Aristotle's teacher, we need an
- Aristotle in a forward direction, from the direction of Plato, one
- Even when Aristotle was compiling his logic, which is certainly pretty
- certainly very little of that left in Aristotle but he was
- spiritual world, if I may put it so. For Aristotle, accordingly, what
- from the death of Aristotle, 322 B.C., to the Council of Nicea, A.D.
- It is a marked feature of Aristotle, for example, that this
- Aristotle. For him, logic was, so to say, the residue of spiritual
- but as an abstraction from the sense-world. What for Aristotle was a
- B.C. Aristotle's compilation of abstract logic was the first milestone
- intellectuality, Aristotle had already been divested of the notion of
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