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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • greatest poets called for you in the name of humanity. You languished,
    • an ornamental, many-colored disc, which also continually changed
    • the novel — namely, a new enthusiasm for Catholicism. Anyone who
    • loftiest strivings, namely in philosophy, we have not yet advanced beyond
    • His name is Richard Wahle, and he is a full professor of philosophy
    • namely, that the time has come when humanity has to resolve to take
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • everything built up from the outside, namely the nerve substance. Then
    • I don't even want to tell you his name, you would be surprised how famous
    • name is on everyone's lips; yet he has never gone outside his very narrow
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • unconsciously. The sense underlying our ability to walk, namely, the
    • and belongs to the night side of our inner life, namely, the senses
    • is roughly this, “What I have hitherto sought within myself, namely
    • of the polar opposite to Tolstoy, namely, Keely.
    • told you, namely, that there is, as it were, a kingdom within a kingdom,
    • named, but we can nevertheless recognize it. He is of even greater importance
    • parade under his name ...”
    • occult experience, namely the perception that the soul of Franz Ferdinand,
    • Yet there are people today who dare to say the name
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • of four principal parts, namely physical body, etheric body, astral
    • of the development of our higher, spiritual elements, namely, the etheric
    • a consumptive model, namely, Simonetta, who died at the age of twenty-three.
    • of a different constitution, namely, with an astral body depleting the
    • gave a lecture on three truly important human heads, namely, the skulls
    • different from physical heredity, namely to an inclination of the soul
    • and around Berlin at one time and names such as Josua Klein and others.
    • In this novel there is a man named Gottfried Gross, and so on. There
    • Indeed, there is a tendency to name things
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • the name Lucifer in southern regions brings up the concept of demons
    • himself Alfred Kerr, because his real name was Kempner, a name that
    • their concepts or the things they name.
    • Carouser would be no name of mine!
    • for the source of a world view in a place typical for our times, namely
    • in psycho-sexuality an opposite pole, namely, a force that pulls human
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • often this winter, namely, that the whole impulse, the whole spirit of our
    • and his name was Oskar Simony, the same man who found a tragic end much
    • later disappeared under the assumed name of Johann Orth — were
    • so many of our talks, namely, spiritual science as it permeates us should
    • them Böcklin, Uhde, Menzel, Spitzweg, and other famous names.
    • buy a Menzel, a Lenbach, a Böcklin. However, the painter's name was
    • painted and signed with his name. The other he had come by in a different
    • significant Rubens painting. Wiertz at once scratched out the name Rubens
    • and put in his own name instead. Thus, he sent two pictures signed Wiertz
    • days when people judge art. Do people buy actual works of art? No, names
    • are what people buy. Names are bought! If somebody were to paint a picture
    • were unable to sell their own work. When they wrote the name Leonardo
    • have been just as good as they are with another name on them. These
    • by Eucken, Kohler, or Simmel, and I could name many other writers, too?
    • in Meyer's name was always used; Meyer never wrote his full middle name;
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • this is all terrible because it violates what I have emphasized, namely,
    • three are gathered together in My name, there am I in the midst of
    • if his name is Arthur Bonus, he is still definitely not a “good
    • people said they had heard it from members whose names they mentioned.
    • in My Name, there am I in their midst.”



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