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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture I: Spirit and Matter, Life and Death
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    • processes that natural sciences had gained, and tried to figure
    • his soul anchored, to the material processes. I would like to
    • processes of reflection, but it takes place in the soul being
    • thinking as a product of some bodily processes. I would like to
    • in the bodily tools that the soul has done, which processes are
    • as if it originated from the inner processes of the brain, of
    • have only to observe certain processes intimately. There the
    • processes. These processes, which you experience in sleep and
    • processes, because I wanted to go back, like in all my
    • being is completely directed to the processes of his body which
    • thoughts reveal the inner bodily processes like in an
    • turned in the dream to that what, apart from the processes of
    • that he suffers there are physical processes in the usual
    • the colours of the world, certain processes must go forward in
    • red colours, I hear the tones C or C sharp, the processes on
    • the soul sees blue, it performs a destructive process in the
    • nerves. This process forms as it were the reflecting surface
    • Thus, you look at a process that remains, otherwise, under the
    • process which the human being experiences at the end of his
    • process at death if consciousness should develop. — Thus,
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture II: Destiny and Soul
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    • world of material processes to the immediately spiritual
    • are inner processes of the soul that the human being has to
    • bodily processes. Then the human being can face himself by
    • thought from the material-bodily processes, these are the most
    • material processes that the human being is driven as the
    • physical and chemical forces cause the processes of his
    • organic, physical processes by which it mends as it were what
    • These are spiritual processes that the soul experiences, and
    • one becomes aware of these spiritual processes if this
    • penetrates the whole process with the beholding consciousness
    • twentieth century: the physical processes live on there; in
    • parallel spiritual processes flow there. The spiritual world is
    • Where the physical hereditary processes take place through
    • processes that happen in the line of ancestors. Roughly
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • forced processes of the outer world to be directed towards
    • know if you look at such processes of destiny, that it is
    • proper to regard the human life as one regards processes of
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • can show that for all that which goes forward in the process of
    • has one to imagine this process Eduard von Hartmann means if
    • persons any process forms that is reflected in the
    • Then the same process that has nothing to do with the process
    • this purely mechanical process happens, something is reflected
    • processes which oscillate through the air to the other person,
    • kind of parallel process of that which is outdoors in the world
    • we process them emotionally, we experience them. This is the
    • real process, and this is exceptionally important. Since with
    • have the so-called xiphoid process, again an organ of blood
    • nervous-mechanical process corresponds to any process of
    • processes which happen in the nervous system, in the brain if
    • there in its structures and processes is a wonderful image of
    • processes are outdoors, the other time, as the processes are in
    • the respiratory process with those nerves that go to the
    • is connected bodily with the respiratory process, and to that
    • processes, but just the opposite is true. The respiratory
    • processes are there, they are perceived by certain nerves;
    • process, while the one or the other feeling proceeds in us. The
    • respiratory process is quite different from that which takes
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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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    • processes, consort so little with those who direct their
    • attention to the material processes in the human organism which
    • necessary causes of the soul processes. I would like today to
    • consideration that in the process of knowledge which forces
    • an outer process penetrates into our inside. There we can
    • find any material processes if we do not grasp the spirit in
    • material processes that the spirit has changed into them. If we
    • assigned to the metabolic processes, as the experiences of
    • imagination to the processes in the human nervous system or in
    • exhalation an important process goes in the brain in parallel:
    • as cerebral respiration, that is certain processes go forward
    • process. In this encounter of the respiratory process with that
    • appears in connection with material processes, it causes
    • material processes; but one cannot understand them, so to
    • from the soul is not subjected to the processes of the physical
    • this death process. He remains after the last, visible act of
    • the life process in his being completely the same after mind
    • through those inner processes which I have described more
    • in the metabolic processes, actually. We can imagine the
    • metabolic processes in such a way that they deal with the
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • this metabolic process proceeds in time evenly in such a way as
    • One observes there single processes and calculates then how
    • point that one causes an inner process like the following
    • that the whole process is in your usual conscious soul life. It
    • conscious processes. On the contrary, it often contradicts
    • mostly, has taken place, or, otherwise, another process which
    • within the material. There one deals with the reverse process:
    • only for the material processes of the earth, as long as the
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • itself in the bodily processes so that the body lets
    • again, the same process takes place that lives there outdoors
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • able to show that for everything which occurs in the process of
    • processes first make an impression upon us; in order that while
    • persons, a process unfolds which reflects itself as an illusion
    • same process, that has nothing to do with the nature of
    • mechanical process plays itself out, there is reflected in the
    • else that hangs together with this process, everything which
    • only hypothetical, but appears to be nerve processes which
    • process to that which is out there in the world; that it only
    • our soul, we experience it. This is the actual process and is
    • bodily process, is then taken into the soul and is permeated
    • a result, interior bodily processes occur. Thus, the human
    • through the senses. For, in this process, no intervention
    • nervous system in which every process of ideation, of
    • representation, corresponds with a process in the nerve
    • discoveries of Verworn in regard to the processes which occur
    • processes, this is truly — the further one goes in
    • he then recognizes that - - though the process remains within
    • wonderful play of material processes — and, as a result,
    • to the external processes and the next time according to the
    • processes in the nerve mechanism. Now, this conception of
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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • research to the soul and to the processes within the soul's
    • processes in the human organism which run their course —
    • cognitive process itself, an aspect which forcefully reveals
    • process penetrates into our inner life, that is in sense
    • material processes, if we do not grasp the spirit in living
    • processes that the spirit has transformed itself into them;
    • important parallel process occurs in the brain: the brain would
    • processes which occur in the surrounding of the nerves run
    • parallel with the process of breathing. And in the meeting of
    • the breathing process with that which lives in us as tone
    • in union with material processes, it calls forth material
    • processes; but it is not to be grasped, so to speak, with those
    • subject to the processes of the physical body, that the insight
    • finds himself in the process of death. The human being remains
    • process, he remains in his essential being entirely the same in
    • inner processes of practical exercise which I have frequently
    • The human being, when he undergoes these inner soul processes,
    • approach that which actually occurs in the metabolic processes
    • metabolic processes in the human organism as occurring in such
    • constitutes a metabolic process lives, one can say, in the
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