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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture I: Spirit and Matter, Life and Death
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    • mental pictures that he had about the everyday world and the
    • But Fechner bases all these mental pictures about a spiritual
    • world on mental pictures of the everyday life and the outer
    • penetrate to the mental pictures, concepts, and ideas that the
    • that urges us to form mental pictures of all phenomena and
    • being. This emergence of the spiritual-mental from the physical
    • spiritual-mental, and to face himself, as he is in the everyday
    • have any sensation, any mental picture without the soul
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture II: Destiny and Soul
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    • directly connected with the mental-bodily human being to be
    • to continue that mental self-education about which I have
    • the inner weaving of the thoughts and mental pictures that one
    • formative forces to cause all mental experiences which are
    • experience beyond the body, he experiences the mental-spiritual
    • recognises that one looks there at the mental-spiritual being
    • perpetually before his mental eye. He has to put himself in the
    • only behold into the current life, but can form mental pictures
    • such mental pictures as I have now given them about the outer
    • that happens in the physical is filled with mental. The mental
    • can be attained only while one forms mental pictures of the
    • lives on earth comparatively speaking. With this mental vacuum,
  • 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
    • mental picture of the unconscious or as one would better say of
    • One can say, as far as this mental picture has just been
    • experience, by observing. He thinks that one can form mental
    • with spiritual science. All possible unclear mystic mental
    • the mystic experiences but more against the fundamental of the
    • apparently spiritualised itself mostly, namely in the mental
    • we advance with our thinking so far only that mental pictures
    • life” if one brings in certain mental pictures, best of
    • these mental pictures really in all directions with quiet
    • mental pictures in the usual consciousness again, but also
    • leave these mental pictures as it were from the usual
    • and patience enough that the mental pictures submerge in the
    • becomes apparent that the mental pictures, indeed, appear again
    • these mental pictures show no true recollection, but that they
    • certain area. These mental pictures do not emerge in the same
    • now. You can say without thinking, if the mental picture meets
    • with our consciousness, this meeting of the mental picture of
    • the usual consciousness with the changed mental picture
    • most scientific mental pictures, and today these are those
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • Besides, I will adduce expressions, mental pictures of soul and
    • conviction that sleep is a good remedy. If this mental picture
    • want only to indicate the fundamental with it: the fact that
    • scientific observations to get an idea how our mental pictures
    • nervous system if we connect one mental picture with the other,
    • or, as one says in psychology: if one mental picture associates
    • thinking is based on this association of mental pictures. How
    • one has to imagine this association of mental pictures, the
    • exist that keep mental pictures, so that they can be got from
    • actually, nothing but a quality of the mental picture; he does
    • the sensations or mental pictures. The mental pictures are
    • wherever we look nothing is round us but mental. If anything
    • the world only by our senses now; hence, everything is mental
    • mental picture arises: I want sugar. However, the person
    • another mental picture associates with this image “I want
    • gets around to forming mental pictures of these impressions
    • mental pictures which I have developed now if one forms correct
    • However, if from the sensation a mental picture originates, we
    • mental picture that is got from the sensory view that goes
    • the mental pictures play by themselves.
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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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    • if one gets entangled too much in certain mental pictures, in
    • any web of concepts or mental pictures of a one-sided world
    • concepts and mental pictures that refer to ideological
    • mental pictures or concepts repeatedly what, actually, matter
    • struggled mentally with such questions that are remote to many
    • have said that one assigns the mental-spiritual to the brain
    • organism more or less if one speaks of the mental-spiritual
    • perception that leads to mental pictures, and the feeling and
    • for the ether. The mental picture of the ether is exceptionally
    • the assumption of the ether, but are unable to fill this mental
    • spiritual research takes the mental-spiritual basis as starting
    • concepts from the spiritual-mental side come up as natural
    • to himself, if one considers the mental-spiritual life, one
    • recognises that this mental-spiritual life runs out downward in
    • discharges into the ether upwards. Certain mental pictures are
    • really from the spiritual-mental to the border of the ether. We
    • scientific mental pictures in this area. The metabolic process
    • the mental pictures have become so lively that they are
    • dreams of a whole inside mental human being who carries all
    • which gets once involved with the concepts and mental pictures
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • mental pictures, and finds out with a certain one-sided
    • according to physical mental pictures.
    • all, to go through a life in mental pictures that reproduces
    • to the mental pictures saturated with reality at which he must
    • life of an idea, of a mental picture just this appears that one
    • nurtures certain mental pictures because they are able to
    • penetrate into reality. While other mental pictures announce
    • “pre-sentiments" from the striving for such mental
    • mental pictures offhand. Because one has this requirement, the
    • understanding of the real spiritual-mental life. But the first
    • develop. If any mental picture appears, we must have it; we
    • it does not matter with the observation of the mental-spiritual
    • that one confronts as it were this mental-spiritual and
    • dedicate yourself meditatively to a particular mental picture
    • repeatedly, but then you also observe how this mental picture
    • appears in the further course of the mental picture. One lets
    • this mental-spiritual that prevails in yourself as Brentano
    • course of time. The mental appears only if one observes it in
    • but while one realises how this mental works between birth and
    • mental pictures to objectivity to see what originates from the
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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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    • something mental which you have often exerted has imprinted
    • bodily from the mental, we disturb this automatism if we
    • that the different kinds of mental and bodily activities
    • the mental.”
    • observing the mental during the last decades, at least from
    • knowledge within the continental mental development.
    • difficult to form a mental picture of it. That is also, why
    • mental-spiritual beings from a spiritual world. What we
    • be able to remember. He would be able to form mental pictures
    • his mental-bodily life that belongs to the memory a change
    • explain anything mental that from the imperfect simplest living
    • ones survive; thereby a sort of a developmental order from the
  • Title: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod: Lecture VI: Leben, Tod und Seelenunsterblichkeit im Weltenall
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    • das innere Erleben. Ich meine es nicht in dem sentimentalen
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • necessary for me to use expressions, ideas and mental
    • how the nerve-sense organism functions as we form our mental
    • forming mental representations, of thinking, something like
    • when one mental representation associates with another. It is
    • fundamentally, rests. How one is to conceive of this linking of
    • mental life of thinking and what corresponds with this in the
    • contain the activity of forming mental representations.
    • activities, in the sense of forming mental representations, one
    • such but rather of a feeling tone of sensations or mental
    • representations. The mental representations are there. They are
    • through our senses; everything, therefore, is fundamentally a
    • of soul. Fundamentally, according to such conceptions, we weave
    • consciousness in such a way that the mental representation
    • lived in Goethe's soul as mental representation.
    • described this mental representation. One does not escape from
    • really takes place in the world. Fundamentally, one can well
    • being and the human being then develops mental representations
    • the soul lives, yet in which, fundamentally, our own body does
    • mental representation, then we stand within the deeper lying
    • mechanism. When we construct a mental representation drawn from
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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • constellation of concepts or mental representations of a
    • form mental images or concepts about what matter actually is;
    • forming mental images, ceases. It is just by letting the spirit
    • life of forming mental images, to be able to penetrate into
    • far as it is represented mentally, but in so far as it
    • connected with breathing, as the life of mental representation
    • of forming mental images belong with the human nervous system,
    • organism, just as the life of mental representations is
    • then proceed to form mental representations? What corresponds
    • such as we normally have, but are thoughts and mental
    • consciousness) into the world of the senses ... The fundamental
    • concepts and mental pictures are not experienced as mere
    • concepts and mental pictures, but rather are — I once
    • mental pictures, the ideas, to which spiritual science comes,
    • she forms mental pictures, forms representations? An etheric
    • mental representation now occurs as a process within the
    • permeated by mental pictures. The dance of the dervish is a
    • a true understanding of the reality of mental representation
    • the spirit through the mental representations, so also it
    • mental representations, so also, in regard to the other pole,
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