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- Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
- the form of dogmas, that is to say, of intellectual forms of thought.
- Nevertheless these dogmas were connected with contents which had once
- Albertus Magnus and Thomas Aquinas had dogmatically preserved truths
- people thought that the dogmas of the Church contained the
- accept what was offered in these dogmas, they were to accept it as a
- dogmas. The highest truths required by the human beings were sought
- within the dogmas. They had to be presented by theology, which was
- revelation and was preserved within the Christian dogmas, and the
- Christian dogmatism, produced the tendency to use the intellectual
- a soul-habit which has risen out of Christian dogmatism.
- itself directed towards the contents of super-sensible dogmas
- The dogmatic contents
- fact is unquestionably a result of the Christian dogmatic
- from the old dogmas. In addition to this fact, the human beings were
- the revelations contained in the dogmas.
- revelation which is preserved in the dogmas. The revelation
- which the dogmas have preserved has paled, but the other fundamental
- Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
- adhere to what has been handed down dogmatically; but the manner in
- Title: Development of the child up to puberty
- still, when the actual dogmatic tradition was relinquished, I
- Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
- Æcumenical Council of 869, which raised to the status of dogma
- In the centuries that followed, this dogma became more and more firmly
- Christian; it is Aristotelian. It first became a dogmatic fetter
- question of immortality arises from the dogma which denies the life
- You see how systematically ordered the dogmatic structure is. Its
- death, then men have to believe it on the basis of dogma. The fight
- for belief in dogma is waged by fighting against knowledge of life
- The way dogma has developed since the fourth century A.D., and the way
- dogma it is all extraordinarily systematic! For all these
- scientific ideas can be traced back to their origin in dogma, only
- deprived of it and then he is open to dogmatic belief. Then
- dogmatic belief can seek out its kingdom.
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