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  • Title: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • Riddles of Philosophy in Outline
    • of Philosophy are distinguished. I have called the first period “The
    • philosophy, presented in such a way as was possible in a book meant
    • a watery temperament; Heraclitus founded the fire-philosophy because
    • perceives it from outside and when we speak of Greek philosophy we
    • from Christ and hence this period of philosophy lasts up to the time
    • the stamp, the physiognomy of the patristic philosophy of the Church
    • Fathers, the philosophy of Augustine and others up to Scotus Erigena.
    • the philosophy of the sentient body goes into the philosophy of the
    • Impulse penetrates into the sentient soul. Philosophy is experienced
    • philosophy follows a different course from that of human evolution in
    • now have philosophy coinciding with the general evolution of mankind,
    • entirely, rules purely in itself, that is the philosophy of Hegel —
    • to epoch, cause philosophy to become precisely what it is. Because
    • his philosophy not knowing that in this development the Spirits of
    • the evolution of philosophy; it really and truly lives within
    • evolution. But an evolution of philosophy goes through it from Thales
    • philosophy and so of furthering their own existence. Men can thus
    • of the soul and up to philosophy — if I could believe that this
    • Ahriman. And in this fourth period of the evolution of philosophy we
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  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • instruction, how he shall come to Philosophy and to
    • will be quick enough with his reply: Philosophy — with
    • philosophy. I know what philosophy is, and what it teaches.
    • philosophy, a famous man, let us assume — and were to
    • philosophy,’ Brunetto Latini would answer: ‘Yes,
    • super-sensible. Then you can come back again to philosophy,
    • Philosophy, of the four Virtues, and of the God of Love.
  • Title: Meditation and Concentration
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    • philosophy of Fichte, Schelling and Hegel thought has been
    • philosophy is really contained that to which thought could
    • would be no science, or philosophy at all. Instead of what
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • philosophy of whom I told you. We should not at all like
    • I tried with all the arguments of physics, philosophy and
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • philosophy. And such men as Fritz Mitscher belong to

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