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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 2
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    • and ideal to accept the existence of higher worlds — to him a
    • the influence of abstract ideas in the events of history. Many people
    • approach, to speak of certain ideas, abstract ideas which properly speaking
    • ideas — although how they are to work is incomprehensible
    • precisely because they are abstract ideas! — was still in evidence
    • But even this belief in ideas as factors in history is gradually being
    • perceptible actions, outer needs, outer interests and ideas of physical
    • yes, a man such as Lessing certainly had many really intelligent ideas,
    • idea of reincarnation.” In the last sentences of
    • not an abstract onflow of ideas but an actual and real onflow of the
    • hit upon ideas as confused as that of reincarnation, and that these
    • ideas must he ignored. — This reminds one again of the bitterly
    • furor in many circles in France. Everything from which the ideas of
    • idea of Reinecke Fuchs to Solomon Reinach. According to his method this
    • — although he has not avoided tracing back the idea of Demeter
    • philosophical and theological ideas in an earlier period Europe had
    • ideas about the relation of the soul to the body, he says: This may
    • people are aware of it, spiritual-scientific ideas will take root in
    • by materialistic ideas, and he said to me: “Of course the picture
    • idea — perhaps not exactly philosophical — but certainly
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  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 3
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    • as our life of thought and ideation. Since the Egyptian period, man
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 4
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    • many common ideas. Thus there is a certain hiatus between thinking and
    • different idea of it in England and in Germany, as little could men
    • everything to man. And it is interesting that certain ideas have lived
    • on into our own times, ideas that are like an echo of feelings that
    • rooted in thoroughly materialistic ideas and concepts, nevertheless
    • And so at that time hostility against the old Hellenistic-Pagan ideal,
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 5
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    • such an idea as that of the connection between the Persian Amshaspands
  • Title: Occult History: Lecture 6
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    • In his concepts, in his ideas, however abstract, an echo can still be
    • given by Heraclitus, not only the all-embracing ideas of Anaxagoras
    • ordinary way is, at its best, only an empty abstract of ideas. What
    • of time to another as an opportunity for allowing ideal which embrace



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