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- Title: Mission of Folk-Souls (1929): Lecture 10
- Solovioff. It is so advanced that it can only be understood by
- But in Solovioff the concept of Christ is a very
- Solovioff carries this duality into his conception of
- understood. Solovioff recognizes that two Will-centers must be thought
- a wonderful way in Solovioff's conception of Christ, which like
- a wonderful, plastic manner in the various expositions Solovioff gives
- what is so profoundly understood by Solovioff in the sentence, ‘In
- this philosophy of Solovioff is the germ in the Spiritual Soul for the
- before Solovioff as a dream of the future, that Christian idea of the
- there is really no greater contrast than this conception by Solovioff
- Christianity which is growing on into the future. In Solovioff's
- Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 4: Wisdom in the Spiritual World
- or method of thought. Solovioff: 'The highest truth works as a
- philosopher Solovioff: ‘With regard to all the philosophical
- won by faith.’ Solovioff reaches his highest point when he
- Title: The Subconscious Forces
- certain sphere, Solovioff, the great Russian philosopher, was
- above his nation. In his youth Solovioff was, one might say, a
- Solovioff discover? What did Solovioff, the Russian find? He
- world-conception. Solovioff himself proved that these ideas had
- Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume IV: Lecture VIII
- Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture VI
- of the great Russian philosopher Solovioff, said: ‘Christianity must
- visions are distorted, because they lack the true foundation, Solovioff
- Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture VIII
- philosopher Solovioff assumes, strictly speaking, the Pauline
- without spiritual science, even a profound thinker like Solovioff
- Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture XI
- so mutually opposed that while each of them, Tolstoi and Solovioff,
- as Antichrist; for in fact Solovioff looks upon Tolstoi as Antichrist.
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