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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture I: Spirit and Matter, Life and Death
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    • and physicists, materialists and idealists, Darwinians and
    • penetrate to the mental pictures, concepts, and ideas that the
    • thinking. There he got the idea of that thinking which is
    • with the following words: “The most shattering idea,
    • whether anything exists generally. From this idea, the abyss of
    • seems to mock at my idea. It forces me in its circles, makes me
    • obey its orders, and laughs at my idea of its nothingness as at
    • a chimera. And, yet still this idea this absurd seeming idea
    • has just reached the idea that has cast off the sensory world,
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture II: Destiny and Soul
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    • life as an idea of a plan.
    • connection with certain scientific ideas of the present. There
    • with the idea of physical heredity. There we realise that just
    • scientific clearness the idea of heredity was founded, starting
    • world of ideas that is the result of these spiritual-scientific
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • come to many ideas and mental pictures in the nineteenth
    • There I am allowed to point in particular to the idea, to the
    • the strange fact that the soul being with which the idea of
    • way. I do not only develop ideas of purposefulness. Someone who
    • realise that I do not regress to teleological ideas or ideas of
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • himself to his concepts and ideas today. He does not think in
    • most cases that concepts and ideas, even if they are well
    • scientific observations to get an idea how our mental pictures
    • concerned has no idea what is actual there outdoors. Then
    • the idea and thereby the misunderstanding comes into being from
    • the spirit as the superconscious that comes in the ethical idea
    • or in the spiritual-scientific idea, which penetrates the
    • diverts too much from the ideas that can give clearness in this
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture V: The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
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    • exceptionally significant scientific period of German idealism
    • the great philosophical idealists, like Fichte, Schelling, and
    • were fertilised by this idealism, although they were not as
    • great genii as the idealists were. We find this ether concept
    • the German idealism the same appeared. I have drawn the
    • tried to get to this question with ideas and concepts. However,
    • of the ideas in the sensory world by free conscious action...
    • of the German spiritual life that leads idealism from its
    • idea cannot be a fruit of speculation, and the true ...
    • nurtures them, not because metaphysicians had the idea that
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • regard the spiritual-scientific ideas one does not yet get
    • life of an idea, of a mental picture just this appears that one
    • how with the general world picture which arises from his ideas,
    • ideas and sensations as starting point that are not saturated
    • the ideas of gravitation one felt the Newtonian theories having
    • for example the so often cited one where somebody gets the idea
    • an idea which deepness is contained, for example, in his words:
    • and people believe to develop special idealism if they abstract
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • a general idea of this incapacity. If one looks in detail at
    • about the ascetic ideal to which some people dedicate
    • How does one often describe the ascetic ideal? Well, one
    • ascetic ideal forms. Nietzsche asks, what is then, actually,
    • behind this ascetic ideal? He recognises that someone who lives
    • according to an ascetic ideal wants to get power. If he
    • power is behind the ideal of the lack of will, of
    • thinks, to the ideas of freedom, of immortality, why should it
    • still has no idea of this beholding consciousness it is indeed
    • approximate idea also in the usual consciousness of that which
    • of a reality exist. It takes a one-sided idea as starting
    • point; but in spite of its one-sidedness this idea gives a
    • research takes its starting point from the idea that there is a
    • he had lost faith in religious ideas because of the knowledge
  • Title: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod: Lecture I: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod
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    • Philosophen und Physiker, Materialisten und Idealisten,
  • Title: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod: Lecture V: Seelenratsel und Weltratsel: Forschung und Anschauung im deutschen Geistesleben
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    • Jahrhunderts geltend gewordenen deutschen Idealismus aufbaut
    • — nicht in diesem Idealismus selber, aber in dem, was
    • dann aus diesem Idealismus geworden ist —, Ansätze,
    • Idealisten, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, trotz ihres von mir ja
    • Idealismus, die gewissermaßen die Gedanken, die damals
    • Idealisten-Vorgänger, dieser Ätherbegriff entsprungen
    • Nachblüte des deutschen idealistischen Geisteslebens
    • die, ich möchte sagen, den Idealismus von seiner
  • Title: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod: Lecture VI: Leben, Tod und Seelenunsterblichkeit im Weltenall
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    • besonderen Idealismus zu entwickeln, wenn sie mit den
  • Title: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod: Lecture VII: Das Jenseits der Sinne und das Jenseits der Seele
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    • über das asketische Ideal, dem sich manche Menschen
    • Wie schildert man oftmals das asketische Ideal? Nun, man
    • was man das asketische Ideal nennt. Nietzsche fragt: Was steckt
    • denn eigentlich hinter diesem asketischen Ideal in der Seele
    • asketischen Ideal lebt, der will Macht, Erhöhung der
    • dem Ideal der Willenlosigkeit, der Selbstlosigkeit. So meint
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • necessary for me to use expressions, ideas and mental
    • concepts, to his ideas. In most cases he does not take into
    • consideration that concepts and ideas, no matter how well they
    • idea, then this idea, this concept, may be immediately applied
    • correct concept, a correct idea. If, however, in a particular
    • such a broadening of concepts, of ideas, is as much needed as
    • the brain and nervous mechanism in order to arrive at an idea
    • ideas which I have developed here also out of natural
    • nervous system in which every process of ideation, of
    • have to enter into the Goethean idea of metamorphosis —
    • in the form of an ethical idea or a spiritual scientific idea
    • education have tended to lead away from those ideas which can
    • personalities; but, the ideas which they have developed are too
  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • reaches out to that which one usually calls ether. The idea of
    • nineteenth century by German Idealism — not in this
    • Idealism itself, but in that which then evolved out of this
    • Idealism — one finds the first beginnings leading toward
    • idea of ether from the material side. And, if one truly wishes
    • philosophical Idealists, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, despite
    • allowed themselves to be fructified by this Idealism, who, in a
    • were not as great geniuses as their Idealist predecessors
    • spiritual life of German Idealism, the same thing appears. Some
    • easily accessible natural scientific ideas in this field. What
    • spiritual content of the ideas (which lives beyond ordinary
    • drive idealism out of its abstraction toward reality, the
    • overlooked that this idea cannot be the fruit of speculation,
    • mental pictures, the ideas, to which spiritual science comes,
    • for them not because metaphysicians had the bright idea that



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