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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • thinking about the world and about life.
    • Think of him as a child with all the religious convictions of his
    • different kind of thinking, a different way of approaching the world,
    • the bent towards abstract thinking, the tendency of thought to work
    • fifteenth century that our thinking has been so influenced by our
    • carried into the word itself. And their thinking was not abstract and
    • intellectualistic as our thinking is to-day. Something like the sound
    • absolutely unthinkable! The Greek not only lived in his speech with
    • his thinking, but to him speaking was thinking. Thinking was
    • because he personifies it, thinks of it as being alive.
    • absolute, and think that man would lose himself irretrievably if the
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • thinking, evolved up to the fifteenth century. That human beings were
    • Modern thinkers could
    • technique which was unfolded by the scholastic thinkers of the
    • Catholic Church. If we observe the disorderly way of thinking which
    • spirit does not possess a real technique of thinking. How many things
    • thinking, that is to say, as a technique of intellectualism!
    • Thinkers who have had a training in this sphere are so superior to
    • cannot accept, nevertheless it reveals a thinking activity which
    • century was, therefore, the development of a technique of thinking.
    • This thinking activity has now adopted a definite attitude in regard
    • forth the position of man's thinking activity towards the contents of
    • Thinkers such as
    • technique of thinking in order to approach with it the contents of a
    • fact that a thinker such as Heinrich Czolbe, and he is perhaps one of
    • the most significant materialistic thinkers, has given a real
    • made to apply this manner of thinking, which is contained in all the
    • origin in the propagation of that habit of thinking which was, in
    • reality, an offspring of the scholastic manner of thinking. We
    • continuation of medieval thinking, with the omission of the idea that
    • it is necessary to rise from thinking to the super-sensible with the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • time. We should not think that philosophy has anything to say in
    • intellectualism, a technique of thinking which Scholasticism had
    • thinks within his innermost depths in regard to his environment and
    • thinking part of man, the head of man. And we must ask: What
    • the abstract thinking logic, which merely takes hold of the head, and
    • To begin with, we have the technique of thinking contained in
    • think that a doctor should not have been a philosopher as well, and a
    • at every moment. We would be unable to think, we would be unable to
    • think out a great part of our soul-life and, above all, of our
  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • because with the schooling of natural thinking developed over
    • and intellectual thinking habits have been withdrawn, now
    • relatively total abstract way of thinking, as it appeared in
    • thinker Frederick Harrison, briefly wrote about Auguste
    • Comte. He said: I'm thinking about a concise remark by Auguste
    • orientation, here they must think quite differently about their
    • thinking which is influenced by a kind of self-hypnosis when a
    • I ask you, just listen to this: ordinary thinking, influenced
    • completely accepted the thinking habits of the modern
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • related to thinking: the ego sense, the thought sense, the word sense,
    • have perceived the thought of another, we ourselves must think in
    • thinking is something quite other than the perception of the thought
    • Customary thinking overlooks the fact that hearing, since its physical
    • outer and inner experiences. Just try to think of all the experiences
    • think, you make a wry face when you drink vinegar; that shows quite
    • the sense of sight. If you think of all that you have through the
    • dependent than we usually think. And of course the sense of sight has
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • related to thinking: the ego sense, the thought sense, the word sense,
    • between body and soul, they think they are using a concept which
    • derives from original observation, whereas what they think about body
    • the present time quite naturally thinks it the only valid kind of
    • thought, and is incapable of thinking that there could be any other
    • modern thinking really has its roots in the sense of smell, in that
    • thinking is bound up with the brain — thus not at all with the
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • related to thinking: the ego sense, the thought sense, the word sense,
    • course not think of it in a materialistic way; it has nothing to do
    • Now what is it exactly that lies behind this! Just think — on the
    • To summarise, you can think of the matter in this way. In the head you
    • born — just think how imperfect is the rest of the organisation



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