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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • cannot be satisfied it results in a feeling of deep inner dissatisfaction.
    • a nebulous pantheistic abstraction. It is as concretely real as the
    • in nature and lives more and more in abstractions. His concepts become
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • are enjoying freedom in their interaction with brain cells, human freedom
    • soul that without which it feels annihilated. The dissatisfaction and
    • human beings experience inner dissatisfaction and insecurity. Very much
    • reality. Where it is said that a force of attraction is operating there
    • into the external world, the actions we have carried out become our
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • consciousness; what happens within us through the interaction with the
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • abstractions he sins against reason and remains ignorant of the fact
    • not only for his actions, but also for his thoughts and feelings. By
    • actions.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • adverse influence on certain financial transactions. Naturally a large
    • perhaps was there a time when conscious interaction between the physical
    • realm in which we experience attraction, we become fascinated. The theologian
    • This is an urgent need in view of the empty abstraction on which most
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • Luther must be seen in a wider perspective; their thoughts and actions
    • force that expresses itself in his will, in his actions. What a man
    • and materialism, man is not able to perform actions that spring directly
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • in external action, a fact which is by no means always
    • The satisfaction derived from knowledge of life as it
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • thoughts, lost in nebulous abstraction, could become so
    • especially in marxism. Combinations of such abstractions are
    • the basis of all these abstractions — abstract because
    • abstractions with reality. Instead of the abstract ideas he
    • who for once realizes that the rarefaction, the abstractness
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • succumb to the kind of abstractions I have described because
    • and the unreality and abstraction of ideas. Indeed our
    • reality of the situation, who could cause this action to be
    • — replies containing the same kind of abstractions as
    • actions not on facts but on some idea with which they have
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • reaction is to wonder how someone who must claim a degree of
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • Aristotle did they become abstractions. Franz Brentano made
    • and abstraction in his works, and that applies also to the
    • impulse to action, Brentano would be concerned only with
    • action, he would examine one's dislike for it. Thus for him
    • an action as good, while hate is the rejection of an action
    • free when his thinking and actions are in harmony. This would
    • expression of inner freedom. Thinking and action are not in
    • been through any other action. Herbart differentiates five
    • imperative, according to which an action is good if it is
    • appropriated it. Such an action, says Kant, cannot be a basic
    • that in such a case, whether the action is good or bad cannot
    • decades of struggle, had reached an abstraction, the simple
    • beauty, more particularly beauty attributed to human action.
    • cannot be said that our actions spring from pure concepts and
    • will realize, only an action that springs from a
    • pure concept, a pure idea, can be said to be a free action, a
    • truly independent action.
    • Our actions are usually based on instincts, passions
    • lasting till puberty — a human being's actions are
    • fact that certain actions can be either good or bad he will
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • I, but it will not offer him much satisfaction. Even
    • from that struggle there is the feeling of dissatisfaction
    • events or are useful for some action. But these things have a
    • importance, because much dissatisfaction with life, and even
    • flowers,” which is an abstraction of them all. So too
    • is it an abstraction to speak of nothing but spirit, spirit
    • everything, always to seek abstractions. That is why the
    • illustrates that looking everywhere for abstractions is in a
    • here the gypsy showed his inclination for abstractions
    • ever before. It could be said that Russians are a fraction
    • much a man of action, not only prominently involved in the
    • familiar. Though we are aware of only a fraction of our
    • adjust one's actions accordingly. But here we are concerned
    • Bernstein through some kind of inner force of attraction.
    • man satisfaction or disappointment, pleasure or pain and so
    • action, will flows into him from his previous incarnation,
    • whereas his satisfaction or dissatisfaction in life depend
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • today the reciprocal action between the astral body and the
    • conditions, many inner dissatisfactions in life suffered by
    • is in a position to put into action, from his 27th year
    • vile, mean action of the war in South Africa. With Celtic
    • naturally under a reactionary government a critic only.
    • interesting interaction does certainly explain a great deal
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • truths do not reach the human soul as abstractions, but even
    • reasons for this dissatisfaction of modern man. We know that
    • satisfaction can only lead to isolation; it is bound to lead
    • consist in striving merely for his own satisfaction; rather,
    • However, complete satisfaction with external life or harmony
    • as inner disturbances and dissatisfaction will be alleviated

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