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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture I: Spirit and Matter, Life and Death
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    • especially suggested itself from the scientific thinking of the
    • just the excellent thinkers of the nineteenth century to say to
    • “For they are the thoughts of the whole thinking world
    • target the usual thinking and imagining sharply. Where the
    • has to deal with the question, what is, actually, the thinking
    • can answer this question only if you try to face the thinking
    • the soul life. Then you get to the view that this thinking
    • we are no longer in the matter while we are thinking, but we
    • one does not recognise the spiritual nature of thinking.
    • Someone who looks not only briefly at the thinking, but as it
    • were withdraws from the act of thinking, but in such a way that
    • the thinking stands like a kind of memory before the soul
    • recognises that he lives in this thinking as one lives in
    • precise unbiased consideration of thinking shows that thinking
    • lives and weaves as thinking takes place not inside by the
    • as a picture of thinking. An impartial consideration of this
    • thinking shows that you would go astray if you interpreted this
    • thinking as a product of some bodily processes. I would like to
    • about the thinking relates to the nervous systems. The nervous
    • there; otherwise, the soul could not unfold thinking here in
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture II: Destiny and Soul
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    • philosophical thinkers who dealt with it. One cannot deny
    • Schopenhauer that he tried to apply his thinking directly to
    • his thinking says in this treatise that one should take his
    • because he is not quite sure at all in his thinking about these
    • do as an only thinking philosopher, not as a beholding one,
    • not arise to the everyday thinking with which this thinking
    • appears to this thinking more or less as a sum of
    • the inner experience of thinking must be deepened while the
    • human being withdraws from his thinking and strengthens it by
    • that I have characterised saying, if the thinking is developed,
    • development of his thinking in such a way as one faces the
    • personal thinking that is practised in the outer material world
    • behind the physical-sensory world. This thinking is too
    • being applies this thinking exclusively to the sensory world.
    • typical one: it concerns detaching the thinking as it were from
    • you remain only with the efforts of thinking which develop in
    • the usual life, the thinking is too weak to enter into the
    • spiritual world. You have to detach the thinking from the usual
    • life, so that you can slip in the detached thinking with your
    • can you do this? You can manage this by thinking through
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • understanding is that it has to think not only different from
    • lie beyond reality, but that it gets to a thinking that is
    • different in its whole form from the thinking of the usual
    • consciousness. Spiritual science gets to a thinking that has to
    • interpret it quite different, finally, one still thinks that
    • experience, by observing. He thinks that one can form mental
    • sciences think that the soul is dependent on the human body. I
    • intimate, often ingenious imagination and thinking which is
    • experience. Hence, someone who thinks scientifically calls the
    • just arises as observation of the thinking and want only to
    • Indeed, the usual thinking is the starting point of any
    • observation of this thinking that it is already something
    • stop with the view that this thinking, as well as it arises in
    • being can feel, think, and will in the usual life does not lead
    • being has to develop his thinking in such a way that he is no
    • we advance with our thinking so far only that mental pictures
    • Therefore, you have to develop this thinking in such a way that
    • now. You can say without thinking, if the mental picture meets
    • science does not only think different about the world riddles
    • However, it cannot stop at the scientific thinking. That is why
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • misunderstandings, you find that on one side the thinkers and
    • the thinking, actually. Something peculiar has formed with
    • himself to his concepts and ideas today. He does not think in
    • thinking. One does not consider today that a concept can be
    • understand life? The illness of thinking which I have indicated
    • in our thinking. Hence, some people do not realise where the
    • thinking is based on this association of mental pictures. How
    • there. They are there, not only as we think them, but they have
    • Physiology, Hartmann says, thinks that the following
    • completely taken in the soul. Single thinkers had substantial
    • While we imagine, remember or think and do not take something
    • therefore, one thinks that the outside world causes an
    • the other direction in the human organism. One will think quite
    • Professor Tschirch says there: “However, I think that we
    • characterised direction that the thinking has taken, especially
    • However, what does this way of thinking lead to? Well, it has
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture V: The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
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    • powerful imagination and thinking. They could not invigorate
    • attention here already before longer time to a lonesome thinker
    • writes and thinks likewise. ...”
    • resist the habitual ways of thinking very much. An obstacle is
    • that from such bodily, as spiritual science thinks, immediately
    • naturalist but the habitual ways of thinking tend as it were to
    • be able to detect a defect in the thinking.
    • Excuse me if I think it a great deal,
    • like to say, where his thinking pauses while pursuing
    • of their thinking: it is dangerous if the attitude which
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • Dewar thinks that the milk that will be solid then of course
    • “exact physicist” has to think about a valid
    • the outer moral thinking. Not that it would be confused with
    • thinks in such a way, as one is accustomed in the outer life.
    • which some thinkers have guessed without getting beyond the
    • Certain thinkers have guessed this, while they pointed out
    • dealt for some centuries up to now repeatedly with thinking
    • predominant thinking of their age gives. He explains very
    • Newtonism controlled the whole thinking. One has to think
    • place with such a defective thinking, I wanted to say that in
    • cannot choose by a certain inner laziness of thinking to search
    • Lodge, one has as a spiritual-scientific thinking person the
    • thinks. Then Raymond Lodge fell. Sir Oliver Lodge who would
    • the aberrations to which even great thinkers are exposed who
    • while he showed in his antinomies that one can think for
    • they live, actually. Only sometimes, somebody thinks somewhat
    • conceptual shades, but he thinks somewhat sharper and there he
    • mental pictures, but could think. Hartmann got so far to think
    • thinks them really through, the whole nature is only a
    • real nature. Since that who can really think knows that nature
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • thinking from which this progress of natural sciences has
    • originated. However, thereby his thinking accepts certain
    • thinker whom I have often mentioned here who can be respected,
    • observation of the soul under the influence of thinking. If I
    • as thinking, feeling, and willing what one has there as
    • behind thinking, feeling, and willing is the unconscious that
    • has to say, someone who thinks in such a way obstructs the
    • reflections only of that what we experience in thinking,
    • However, Hartmann, and with him countless thinkers obstructed
    • thinks, to the ideas of freedom, of immortality, why should it
    • the excellent thinkers of modern time have avoided this way so
    • I am standing here and I think about the things that are
    • do not perceive something outside and think about it, but you
    • thinking. It is, as if you yourselves submerge in the
    • impression. There you can no longer think, the objects are
    • outdoors and I think about the objects within my head. No,
    • that flowing thinking works in it that in reality thoughts
    • the only theoretical thinking as starting point, but the view
    • quite spiritless and soulless reality of swinging unthinking
    • and silent. Now, however, this thinking wants to come behind
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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • misunderstandings, one finds that, on one hand, the thinkers
    • thinking lies. A curious circumstance has developed — I
    • characterized rest on this peculiarity of contemporary thinking
    • widespread in our contemporary thinking. As a result, many a
    • to modern natural scientific observations, one is to think about
    • forming mental representations, of thinking, something like
    • on this linking of representations that our thinking,
    • representations, how one is to think about the coming into
    • mental life of thinking and what corresponds with this in the
    • there, not only as we think them, but endowed with certain
    • motion. In this regard one says — so thinks such an
    • thinks. This is Franz Brentano. However, Franz Brentano
    • necessarily materialists. Ziehen, for example, thinks of matter
    • which individual thinkers have countered with weighty
    • thinks about the fact that, in relation to the life of the
    • for instance, in calling up memories, or thinking about
    • raises his consciousness to what he calls imaginative thinking,
    • day think quite differently about the bodily characteristics of
    • representation, thinking, when it is developed in the sense of
    • characterized — which thinking has taken, and especially
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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • ether, which means thinking about the world not only as filled
    • substances, but to think of it as filled with ether. What is
    • their penetrating power of thinking — an ability which I
    • time ago I also drew attention to a lonely thinker, who was a
    • for the human being. Simply expressed, we can think of the
    • achieved what I called imaginative thinking in lectures which I
    • recently gave here. When one's thinking has been so
    • and thinks in a similar vein. …”
    • representations, to thinking, which then carries over into the
    • necessarily with breathing out — be able to think one's
    • evolution about which the sensitive thinker Herman Grimm
    • spiritual science thinks about the bodily nature of man, the
    • one can document a defect in thinking, so that one never has
    • can catch a glimpse of where it is that thinking fails in its
    • another monistic thinker, when, out of the weakness of his
    • thinking he fails to come to the spirit; it is dangerous,

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