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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • reactionary blockhead of the first order who would have nothing unless
    • from Hermann Bahr. Many people were blockheads in those days.
    • and they in turn call impressionists like Hermann Bahr dull blockheads
    • when he was young. He had called all the others blockheads and now they
    • said he was one himself. And why should those who called him a blockhead
    • only to be called a blockhead by the next generation — especially
    • eyes, and with bowed head imagined a flower in the center of my
    • a blockhead, one of the ancient, not-yet-impressionist sort of people.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • with the head, but allow every one of its utterances to kindle our enthusiasm
    • spiritual element woolly-headed pantheists speak of so glibly, but of
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • first of all between two parts of our physical body: our head and the
    • head standing out clearly, distinct from the rest of the body. In that
    • from the head basically developed on earth. The condition of the human
    • the earth is retained only in the shape of the head. The head is a considerably
    • older organ than the rest of our organism. The head is our oldest, most
    • venerable part. The earth added all the rest to the head — that
    • underlying the head and those underlying the rest of the organism. Remember,
    • as I said, the form and shape of our head are essentially the result
    • that every one of us has indeed a head of his or her own. No skull is
    • Well, every one has a head of his or her own!
    • gave a lecture on three truly important human heads, namely, the skulls
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • be used for they cannot be set an hour back or ahead; that is impossible!
    • to see where our time is heading?
    • It can never be a matter of sticking one's head in the sand like an
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • of parts: head, limbs, sense organs, and so on. We have tried over time
    • just recently I told you that the shape of our head can be traced to
    • of the head for the next life on earth.
    • England were headed toward the formation of a sect. And many people
    • particularly in public lectures what one can get into European heads
    • and goes ahead with his writing. Now this person has written many brochures

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