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  • Title: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • nothing visible has remained, nothing that may be perceived, and yet
    • colour is revealed to modern man. The Greek perceives the thought; he
    • perceives it from outside and when we speak of Greek philosophy we
    • perceive. They looked out into the world, as it were, and perceived
    • much as one perceives a symphony. They are thought-perceivers. The
    • believe that they understand what Plato and Aristotle perceived as a
    • perceived thoughts. To believe that Aristotle already thought in the
    • modern sense, is nonsense ... he perceived thoughts.
    • Aristotle perceived thoughts and therefore they could not doubt that
    • perceived. How can one doubt that God exists when thoughts of the
    • that this figure of Lucifer is really perceived, fashioned in a
    • “The Ego perceived externally as Speech and Song, as creative
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • to perceive the spiritual note that pervades what Dante has
    • he draws near to it. For when we perceive the forces of the
    • into this hall through this door, and perceived the objects
    • or your ears. There you perceive how the forces are working
    • hearing. You perceive an altogether complicated world, of
    • perceived abundant spiritual life; having perceived the seven
    • are at work which outer senses and intellect can perceive,
  • Title: Meditation and Concentration
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    • we perceive the beings of Venus, or Saturn, it is as I have
    • living at a time when man is called to do this: to perceive
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • these things you will perceive the infinite variety and
    • perceives and pictures concerning his relations to other
    • found in Mlle.de Gaussin's salon. The narrator perceives
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • do not perceive them. We are within them, but we do not
    • perceive them. That which surges around us at first is just
    • master, gains a special significance if we are to perceive
    • perceive that this soul is able, comparatively quickly, to

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