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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • In this book, he deals with the importance of balance in life, the
    • Alexander von Gleichen-Russwurm, has written a nice little book called
    • from this booklet
    • in our soul nowadays, not at all easy. Now I have here the book of a
    • their way to spiritual life. In his latest book, the tenth volume of
    • Now his latest book is called
    • all this he had also been to St. Petersburg where he wrote his book
    • Kraus” and who publishes small books, wrote a pamphlet about this
    • When the building was torn down, Kraus wrote a booklet entitled
    • our spiritual science! From Bahr's book we know that so far he has read
    • Apparently, Bahr has not yet advanced to my books, but that
    • has written ten novels, fourteen plays, and many books of essays, finally
    • book is written with wonderful freshness and bears witness to the joy
    • The end of the book indicates
    • character of Franz, the protagonist of his latest novel. The book is
    • And then the medium is exposed after Franz, the hero of the book, has
    • example, if he had read my book
    • the people of Danzig, and out of these ideas he then wrote this book.
    • Goethe by Herman Grimm, which I am also quoting in my next book.
    • see from my forthcoming book: “We have no more philosophy than
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • In this book, he deals with the importance of balance in life, the
    • You need only open any current anatomy or physiology textbook to see
    • book, instruction manuals, or a cookbook, we do not understand it at
    • them in a book entitled
    • This book summarizes the thinking, reflections, and contemplations
    • this book, which was written only to serve the times, will have any
    • effect, whether it will enter into people's souls. It is a book everyone
    • and therefore did not repeat in this book, among the greatest of these
    • book on Schiller's world view. I don't think you can still get it in
    • bookstores, except possibly an old, used copy in a second-hand store.
    • book is one of the best things written about Schiller. Deinhardt was
    • of the best books on Schiller, doubtlessly better than all the nonsense
    • With my book I tried to show the relevance
    • again and again sincerely seeking people reach for this or that book
    • to nourish people's souls. In the book I mentioned and also in the booklet
    • We can certainly hand this booklet to people who are not part of our
    • necessarily true to reality. In my new book I have tried to elaborate
    • The outstanding feature of my new book is
    • comparisons and analogies in this book because I did not work with abstract,
    • the subject of the painting can then walk around. In my book I have
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • In this book, he deals with the importance of balance in life, the
    • von Hartmann, who was a most sincere seeker, begins his book
    • The opening sentence of a psychology book by one of the foremost
    • were more books: all of Kant's works, including the collected volumes
    • philosophy, Vaihinger's philosophy of the As if, and very many books
    • of the Sarajevo conspirators. And since they find books written in Spanish
    • Spanish books are seized and taken to the district judge, or whatever
    • Franz is to read the book and summarize it for the judge. And so Franz
    • In my recently published booklet, I have
    • my book:
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • In this book, he deals with the importance of balance in life, the
    • erudite book, diligently researched — I really don't want to say
    • really worked like a beaver to present his points. This book traces
    • due to the fact that people resist it. What is described in my book
    • attention to what I say about the concept of reality in my new book,
    • science. That is why I quoted from Hermann Bahr's two books
    • Books such as Hermann Bahr's
    • book that portrays a person's whole life. Well, someone who had heard
    • all this sent me a book, the book
    • Well, that book by Böhme is a roman à clef of the worst
    • case — after all, the book was sent to me. Nevertheless, this
    • those people understand them who take the absurdities in the book
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • In this book, he deals with the importance of balance in life, the
    • different from learning out of books that this or that is an everlasting
    • why we thought such a booklet unsuitable. I told the author that the
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • In this book, he deals with the importance of balance in life, the
    • here in a little booklet as part of our published cycles.
    • He wrote a book about tying a knot into a round ribbon of one piece, which
    • their books as well as life. They look only at the surface of events,
    • the way people usually believe them to be. The contents of a book does
    • the ahrimanic spirit of the times. In other words, good books today
    • with all this. A few months ago, a book was published that is not available
    • going to speak of the accusations in this book and the very pessimistic
    • that this book presents everything in the darkest light and puts the
    • What matters is that this book has evidently
    • with supposedly enlightened minds. Now this book is trashy literature
    • an untenured extramural lecturer, and deals with this book as well as
    • that this book J'Accuse had been brought to his attention by
    • Then Oppenheimer goes on to talk about his own impressions of the book.
    • He has at least some idea of how badly the book is written — and
    • me that Oppenheimer's thoughts and feelings about the book should have
    • when he believed the man great who recommended such an abominable book
    • taken a man for important who later tried to foist such a book off on
    • book
    • be found. Time will tell whether this book, into which I really put
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • In this book, he deals with the importance of balance in life, the
    • you look at what is written on a page of some book or other publication
    • taking a page from a book, without having any idea what it means to
    • In my latest book,
    • conditions of life on Atlantis. Continuing along the lines of my book
    • book, which deals with non-theosophical matters. However, in its presentation
    • this book is “theosophical,” if we want to use that expression.
    • historians who write books about the life of Francisco Suarez, the Jesuit.
    • Now, excellent books about this Suarez are
    • these books about Suarez, the successor of Ignatius of Loyola, and understand
    • and he wrote extraordinarily interesting books, which are, unfortunately,
    • are now sold in second-hand bookshops. Granted, we may not be able to
    • cycles can be bought in second-hand bookshops but other equally detrimental
    • about our spiritual science and even big books. In those you find not
    • cycles in second-hand bookshops, but, in fact, anyone wanting to write
    • a stupid book these days is able to get hold of them. Such people then
    • when taken out of context, and then they can make a book out of all
    • written in my published books. If no cycles were getting into the wrong
    • hands, people outside our movement would refute what is in my books.
    • to copy sentences from my books to prove I am a “bad guy.”
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