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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • really is. We will not argue about matters of art, but let us try to
    • the Café Griensteidl , where such matters were usually settled.
    • Bahr followed up these matters and gradually came to the conclusion
    • began to study such fundamental matters to understand expressionism,
    • spiritualism who understand the full significance of this matter. Therefore
    • As a matter of fact, the person in question is a professor of philosophy
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • science we consider all matter or substance to be a manifestation of
    • that all matter is a manifestation of the spiritual really says nothing
    • there are all sorts of other substances too, muscle tissue, bone matter,
    • of the spiritual in matter.
    • That is what I meant when I said that the general truism that all matter
    • of other things to give you an idea of how matters really stand and
    • position. However, what matters is what stands behind an authority.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • significant an example this personality can be. It does not matter how
    • people can go wrong in our time in this matter of the senses. Eduard
    • and Monsignors; as a matter of fact, they are precisely the ones who
    • this is a very serious matter.
    • the people who investigate the matter: Obviously this fellow is one
    • He understands nothing of the matter. Nevertheless, he is certain of
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • see it constantly becoming bigger, adding on matter or inserting matter
    • fat — if we do — we see how more substance or matter is
    • matter. To use a rather crude example, suppose you had a crystal that
    • in your physical body becomes cloudy, and matter is being destroyed
    • for this by sleeping. During sleep, physical matter is restored for
    • in us. Activity when we sleep means building up of physical matter,
    • matter, so-called actuality. Every time artists had the task to create
    • that is not the case, is it? Thus, it is a matter of a special development
    • nature. If the artist gives the matter physical expression, perhaps
    • the matter. That's what we have to realize.
    • depend to study such matters? Of course, he will not want to hear of a
    • another matter.
    • expression — a matter of time. We will advance in this area only
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • element did not play a part, too. It is only a matter of establishing
    • unity. It is simply a matter of finding a way to really do this. I can
    • matter how different the situations they may be in, they always try
    • truth. No matter how often we abstractly impress upon ourselves that
    • human life is a shadow of what happens to us in eternity, no matter
    • in matters of world view that is what happens all the time.
    • Those who observe matters closely can see with what enormous speed these
    • occultist is cautious in these matters because here only a very fine
    • It can never be a matter of sticking one's head in the sand like an
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • special to it. Poetry is after all not just a matter of expressing
    • and their passage through the signs of the zodiac. What matters is not
    • poem's inner structure. This is what matters.
    • at those things in the world that are a laughing matter when judged
    • kinds of things, and Oskar Simony examined these matters scientifically.
    • Well, all this is merely a matter of appearances;
    • however, even in matters of inner, spiritual significance people in
    • them. What matters is that we concern ourselves with what is happening
    • his or her own point of view in these matters. The point here is not
    • What matters is that this book has evidently
    • it does not matter what we fool ourselves into thinking true; what matters
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • matter and have come up with this image of the paper rolls with their
    • traditions of spiritual science, will make the matter completely clear
    • this matter in European concepts. Besides, the conceptions of modem
    • treatise about the same matters would cite innumerable logical arguments,
    • nothing really matters much anyway. So, there exist these two types
    • is always a bad thing. It is always bad to think about spiritual matters
    • a theosophist finds it easier to deal with the matter by claiming it
    • book, which deals with non-theosophical matters. However, in its presentation
    • say this does not matter in a deeper sense. On the contrary, it matters
    • if it concerns matters of natural science? However, after everything
    • medical matters who is not in the care of a physician. People who think
    • sufferings also be a summons to us. No matter how difficult it may be
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • certain matters bearing on the needs of the age, for our recent

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