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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • therefore leads man into the external world, manifests in all those
    • really living connection with the external world, when with our ego we
    • the external world lie forces and powers which give guidance from the
    • shadows of a purely external knowledge of nature. Thus the task of the
    • Constantine, in giving an externalized form of Christianity to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • is man's most external connection with the universe out of which
    • and touch an external object. Every perception of the Ego,
    • Table). In reality, we are still in the external world,
    • ourselves into the external world. We are completely within
    • say: He fits himself into the external forces of
    • fit ourselves into the external world, but we take in the
    • external world. We breathe, we eat, we absorb the external
    • inner life, but there we take into ourselves the external
    • external world penetrates into us, a kind of poisonous
    • external world. (See Table.)
    • accordance with his external attitude, his external
    • activities. He participates in the external world, by
    • taking his place culturally in the external life on earth.
    • man once more fits himself into the external world, or in
    • closed to the external world. Modern people also view the
    • and is only in correspondence with the external world
    • does, the way in which he is active in the external world,
    • being. The arms are, as it were, the external

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