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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • century, Hermann Lotze (181
    • educate it. Because Lotze does not belong to the atheists, but
    • Lotze
    • That is why Lotze rejects the idea of
    • this would contradict the omnipotence of God. That is why Lotze
    • Lotze objects that we limit that above all what one can
    • Lotze and other thinkers said about the problem and riddle of
    • the evil. I want to draw your attention only to that what Lotze
    • Lotze turns against the German philosopher Leibniz (Gottfried
    • Lotze objects to it that one cannot speak
    • say, Lotze means that Leibniz limited the omnipotence of God
    • Lotze means now, there is still a way out.
    • realises evil. There Lotze asks, what, however, can one think
    • Then Lotze means —
    • that is not the human wisdom, Lotze thinks, which we cannot get
    • Lotze moves the wise understanding of the evil into an
    • wherever we go, yes, as Lotze says, they are totally
    • If we take Lotze's confession up, we can
    • like Lotze or other thinkers do stop if they consider the
  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • Lotze, one of the most significant thinkers of the
    • most significant contemporaries, who like Hermann Lotze stood
    • Now Lotze was no atheist, but one who assumed God as living and
    • Against this Lotze objected at the same time: whoever gives
    • same animal kingdom issues? So Lotze turned away from the idea
    • since it was only possible then, Lotze thought, to extract the
    • preparing to be able to build goodness thereupon. So Lotze
    • — Against this Lotze objected: but then we limit what we
    • could add still other matters that Lotze and other thinkers
    • have said on the problem and riddle of evil — Lotze is
    • attention to that to which Lotze came to in the end, because
    • that will be important for us later. So Lotze turned against
    • one possible. — Now against this Lotze objected: in any
    • Lotze thought, Leibnitz has limited the omnipotence of God and
    • Lotze thought, there is still a way out. One must say: in
    • details. So Lotze said: but what can a viewpoint give, which
    • Lotze thought — and this was the culmination of his
    • not human wisdom Lotze thought: wisdom we cannot reach and
    • which justifies evil. So Lotze transposed the wise concepts of
    • we come up against step by step in life; and even as Lotze
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