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- Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
- Aristotle's teaching on substances. Be that as it may, one has to say
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
- Aristotle developed his ideas precisely on this fundamental
- view of the Greeks. The great Aristotle scholar Franz Brentano
- was right when he said that Aristotle's view of immortality was
- a Greek, Aristotle had the view I have described, and he
- body and soul must be together. Those like Aristotle who were
- those whose thinking, as in the case of Aristotle, had
- death, man, according to Aristotle, is incomplete because he
- was Aristotle's view of immortality.
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
- Aristotle who, because he was not initiated, could not
- Aristotle, the highest God held sway, while lesser Gods held
- significant expert on Aristotle, but a characteristic thinker
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
- any knowledge of what Aristotle, for example, says about the
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
- his first publication, a book dealing with Aristotle's
- book about Aristotle's psychology, engaged in a process of
- that everywhere in Aristotle one finds a distinct flaring up
- people who profess to read Aristotle today should ignore
- expressions used by Aristotle are no longer understood.
- Aristotle did they become abstractions. Franz Brentano made
- precisely through that thinker of antiquity, Aristotle. It
- must be said, however, that it was just through Aristotle
- evolution. Aristotle distinguishes in man the vegetative
- dianoetikon for the consciousness soul. Aristotle was fully
- on the basis of Aristotle's work were too substantial, so to
- that Aristotle had basically said that one can lecture on
- possesses. Moreover, if those words of Aristotle's were true,
- admit that Aristotle was right up to a point. He was right in
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
- not least because he did, through his study of Aristotle,
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