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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture I: Spirit and Matter, Life and Death
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    • already become weak, how he faced a hedge fence that had a
    • human eye or ear faces this outside world, this outside world
    • can answer this question only if you try to face the thinking
    • himself if one stands before a reflecting surface. The
    • reflecting surface returns a picture of our being, but one
    • this weaving in the thought if it did not face that into which
    • only regard the thinking as something that independently faces
    • human being is turned to his own being, and he faces his own
    • spiritual-mental, and to face himself, as he is in the everyday
    • life as you face the outer things of the sensory world. This
    • face him partially, but not as they are, but as the living
    • were his thinking, his imagination about the surface of the
    • human being faces the world different from Fechner's night
    • Now, however, one looks under the surface of the sensory
    • nerves. This process forms as it were the reflecting surface
    • spiritual of the human soul develops; while the soul faces
    • life. Now this death does not appear only with its surface as
    • it appears to the outer physical life, but this surface appears
    • appears behind the surface of death. This death is as it were
    • the surface; it has an inside. Through death, the human being
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture II: Destiny and Soul
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    • face the human being in the everyday life, can really find a
    • bodily processes. Then the human being can face himself by
    • development of his thinking in such a way as one faces the
    • could not ask for a purpose, because the purpose would face it
    • thoughts to look at life in such a way that this thought faces
    • his soul, another thought could also face a human soul which
    • If the purpose of life faced us directly, any striving would
    • Schopenhauer's thought can face us. Such thoughts which light
    • a way face just someone from all sides who does soul exercises
    • awakening, there it is reflected, and then it faces the soul by
    • faces both life moments. He looks at himself twice.
    • called that thinking, which faces the soul in such a way that
    • independent spiritual faces the soul in which the soul lives
    • and works in the soul. Simplifying the example: we face a
    • because it is very important and misjudged by those who face
    • researcher, but to face only impartially, what spreads out as a
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • one has led somebody to a rose, and he faces it, one does not
    • experienced a destiny completely internally, so that it faces
    • were there with the twist of fate, there it faces us not as
    • from which we can suffer only, but there it faces us in bright
    • we have developed the forces that face us in bright inner
    • fate. Let us take any twist of fate that can easily face us in
    • the outer life. As typical for that which faces us in the outer
    • dead that it would internally face the destiny as calm not to
    • say as indifferently as it faces the statements of natural
    • sciences. However, the human soul does not face destiny this
    • face destiny with true tranquillity. The soul often works more
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • founded, are only tools to judge reality, as it faces us
    • clear about the following: while we face the outside world with
    • our senses, we face the real course of facts.
    • to realise: as we face the outside world, we face our own body
    • not face this inner world of nerves different from the outer
    • times heavier in this time the head already faces us as
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture V: The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
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    • scientific assertions. Of course, on the surface objections
    • world view, he said something strange in the preface. He shows
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • cannot face and observe it. If we observe it, it has passed by;
    • nature shone by the sun did not face those who form a world
    • does not want to face up to the investigation of the spiritual
    • adjusted to those concepts, which only stick to the surface,
    • poet). He said in his preface as it corresponded to that time,
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • face us really if we experience the changes of the single soul
    • recognised that that which proceeds on the surface of it is
    • your soul and the surroundings. If you face the surroundings
    • childhood on and on, something of the variously important faces
    • There it faces reflections of it and its surroundings. Now the
    • he faces the incidents, while smashing I would like to say at a
    • running against the reflecting surface and does not want to get
    • anybody says: the table does not have edges and a surface, but
    • edges and a surface are the table.
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • clear: Just as we stand face to face with the external world,
    • when we direct our glance outward, so do we also stand face to
    • face with our own bodily world when we are attentive to the
    • Now, in the face of the great, burning questions which concern
  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • wanted to give this as a preface, in order that ever greater
    • may not appear sufficiently respectful in the face of such a



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