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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture I: Spirit and Matter, Life and Death
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    • spiritual-scientifically with spirit and matter, life and death
    • life is not valuable for the human being.
    • investigation of these matters has for the immediate life, for
    • situation of his life should occupy us which he himself
    • world on mental pictures of the everyday life and the outer
    • the usual everyday life penetrates. This science and this life
    • the soul life. Then you get to the view that this thinking
    • the life between birth and death. The soul could not perceive
    • one gets around to experiencing the life in the spiritual human
    • knowledge not for his life in the night which Fechner called
    • the life of pure thinking, the outer world of the material
    • dreadful emptiness. Since in the usual life we are accustomed
    • recogniser who takes the cognition as a big riddle of life this
    • significance of spiritual science for the today's life who
    • point for the outer life and science that is still the starting
    • who showed already by the course of his outer life that
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture II: Destiny and Soul
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    • life, to develop it in such a way that the questions, which
    • face the human being in the everyday life, can really find a
    • connection of the events in life which appear by chance at the
    • consciousness of the everyday life to that what I have called
    • certain contradictions, just in such a way as life shows them,
    • save that life brings them more intensely, stronger to the
    • certain observations about the soul life, but he could not
    • riddle of destiny just belongs to those life riddles that do
    • life as an idea of a plan.
    • one cannot approach the area of the human life in which the
    • soul life somewhat closer how it has to develop to the
    • as it is in the usual life, but transforms it up to that point
    • the human being can lift out his soul life from the life of the
    • sensory things in the usual life. So that you yourself become
    • life. I cannot describe this inner soul work here in
    • the usual life, the thinking is too weak to enter into the
    • life, so that you can slip in the detached thinking with your
    • from the area of the usual life, you hand over it to the world,
    • the consciousness after some time. The life it lives on in such
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
    • the usual consciousness about certain life riddles about life
    • certain life riddles and world riddles that head to spiritual
    • the subconscious in the human soul life. Let us look at this
    • lot, that the course of the whole human life shows this
    • regard as tools of the soul life also this soul life grows.
    • organic coherence of certain body parts the soul life is
    • one looks at a direction of soul life that many people confuse
    • that are similar, however, to those of the usual life. Such
    • usual sensory life, but that they have brought that in this
    • sensory life, only spiritualising, which their imagination can
    • life on the bodily organisation, even if it appears in
    • the usual life, is the last. It is not the last even if it has
    • being can feel, think, and will in the usual life does not lead
    • life. It requires the patience to develop such inner methods
    • the life of which cannot be taken in at a moment, but can only
    • experience in the course of the human life.
    • life” if one brings in certain mental pictures, best of
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • occur in life. Anybody could have the indeed entitled
    • become only useful if you apply them correctly in life.
    • to apply these concepts in life? Are they useful tools to
    • understand life? The illness of thinking which I have indicated
    • narrow concepts that are not applicable to life. Theodor Ziehen
    • one surveys what he has to say about the life of imagination
    • know that the human soul life has not only imagination in
    • emotional life. Hence, he ignores the emotional life as such.
    • philosophers have invented a lot in the human soul life that is
    • point. He tried to explore the soul life in his
    • will, the transition of the soul life to the outer action, and
    • with the soul life and its coherence with the bodily life.
    • life to that which is there outdoors.
    • consider that with reference to the soul life, it only counts
    • from the general inner life of the human body to a certain
    • into our organism so that the life of our organism does not
    • so that the life of the organism does not prevent the intrusion
    • penetrates from the outside without life.
    • life still participates in that what happens in the senses as
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture V: The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
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    • The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
    • usual life. Since in this field one can prove or disprove
    • if it gets involved with single questions of life. One cannot
    • life could only be sustained by inhalation. Inhalation requires
    • questions behave in such a way. As well as the real life can
    • in ideological questions to that immediate life which lives in
    • unlike in the usual life. However, the way in which you express
    • divide the whole of the human soul into the imagining life, the
    • emotional life, and the will life. Since only the real
    • imagining life is bound to the nervous organism in such a way
    • emotional life not as far as it is imagined, but as far as it
    • originates relates to respiration as the imagining life relates
    • life to the respiratory organism. The will life is in the same
    • willing, generally to the life of the human being as soul,
    • With our sensory life, we get into contact with our
    • which he can experience in the usual soul life, then he would
    • the soul life as it were, so that the ether concept would have
    • to himself, if one considers the mental-spiritual life, one
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • all, to go through a life in mental pictures that reproduces
    • them. Thus, one behaves in the outer life if one has completely
    • life of an idea, of a mental picture just this appears that one
    • which is to be omitted in the area of the moral life; they have
    • In this inner life of the soul those spiritual worlds emerge
    • understanding of the real spiritual-mental life. But the first
    • Indeed, Brentano's outer life was full of vicissitudes; and
    • this life would have hampered him to get to that contemplation
    • Brentano foundered on the riddles of the soul life. He started
    • life can be perceived, but not be observed. It is a dictum that
    • seems reasonable because we ourselves are the soul life that we
    • can probably perceive the soul life, but not observe. However,
    • then the soul life would stop, one would perceive nothing in
    • this soul life but reflections of any reality. From these
    • observe the soul life if one wants to observe it only in the
    • the course of life; not while one confronts it in the present,
    • thinks in such a way, as one is accustomed in the outer life.
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • from a viewpoint that goes deeper into the soul life and into
    • the connection of the soul life with the physical life, then he
    • had some flashes of inspiration. While he grasped the soul life
    • human life.
    • developed only his usual soul life, he would have a lower power
    • going deeper into the soul life that the superficial soul life
    • to renounce a view about the real soul life and can put up only
    • access to the soul life, to that what is beyond the usual soul
    • life. Since Hartmann properly recognised that everything that
    • Somebody who wants to penetrate really into the soul life must
    • human spiritual life. Goethe says in this essay, Kant excludes
    • objectively flowing life of the forces of thought. What one can
    • imagine in the dream life only suspecting is particularly
    • with thoughts flows into your soul life and flows from your
    • soul life.
    • times in the whole life, while the rest of the organism
    • perfection which it should reach in the physical life. I have
    • the forces in a later life, which form the head, as well as the
    • present head has developed from the organism of a former life
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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • series entitled, Spirit and Matter, Life and Death, and published in
    • grotesque examples which however, could well occur in life, in
    • useful when they are rightly applied in life.
    • always be asked: Are these concepts also applicable in life?
    • life? The illness of thought which I indicated and wanted to
    • concepts which do not penetrate into life. Theodor Ziehen is
    • mental life of thinking and what corresponds with this in the
    • knows, of course, that the life of the human soul does not only
    • aspect of the soul's life which manifests as the life of
    • feeling. Therefore, he omits the life of feeling as such.
    • life of the human soul, which, from the standpoint of natural
    • investigate the life of the soul. It is characteristic that of
    • fact that will, within the soul's life, belongs with feeling.
    • of the will, the passage within the soul's life to outward
    • relationship of the life of the soul with bodily existence are
    • the mechanism of the soul's life to that which is outside there
    • thinks about the fact that, in relation to the life of the
    • general inner life of the human bodily organism to a certain
    • life of our organism does not, to begin with, participate in
    • that, I should like to say, the life of the organism does not
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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • conception by bringing to bear what, in ordinary life would be
    • about life or about existence can also equally well be shown to
    • insist that human life can only be sustained by breathing in.
    • outbreathing, and vice versa. And thus, just as real life can
    • forward in world conception questions to that immediate life
    • bodily life lives in outbreathing and breathing in, then one
    • of ordinary life. But the way in which one expresses oneself
    • process penetrates into our inner life, that is in sense
    • perception, in sensation, where the life of representation, of
    • life of forming mental images, to be able to penetrate into
    • representational thought life, into the life of feeling and the
    • life of will. For only the actual representational life of the
    • the life of feeling — let it be rightly noted, not in so
    • connected with breathing, as the life of mental representation
    • life of feeling of the soul to the breathing organism. Then
    • further: that which we designate as the life of will, is in a
    • organism, just as the life of mental representations is
    • unfolds the life of sense perception, in order to show the
    • which leads to representations, and the life of feeling and of
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