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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • as little on external facts as reading a book depends on a description
    • to the 19th Century; even more than I have done in my book Vom Menschenrätsel.
    • is the title of a book written by Sir Edward
    • can read about it in my books Goethe's Conception of the World and
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • a book with the title: “The Lack of Prospect in Social Democracy”
    • it. In the 19th Century someone wrote a book with the title “Force
    • in the book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • such as the Book of Job, and realize how graphically it depicts the
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • Hermann Bahr, about his path of knowledge. His latest books,
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • to do so. This explains a remark made by Plato, referred to in my book
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • about it. For the moment I refer to it in my forth coming booklet concerned
    • the unknown. The book: Über das Heilige (About the Sacred)
    • University is certain to attain fame. This book sets out to derationalize
    • refuted in my books Truth and Knowledge and The Philosophy
    • it is only half reality. This I also stressed in my book Riddles
    • the book was written by a distinguished philosopher and innovator of
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • today. One must think of his books as being inspired by a spirit from
    • soul one finds that he had been deeply impressed by a certain booklet.
    • This small book: the “Theologia Germanica” had also made
    • from Frankfurth.” You will find more on this subject in my book
    • Recently a very interesting book: Luther's Creed by Ricarda
    • Huch has appeared. The reason why the book is so interesting
    • about this book entitled: “Ricarda Huch and the Devil.”
    • In the second chapter of my forthcoming book, dealing especially with
    • Someone once wrote a book
    • writings. Luther read the book and wrote a reply which is included in
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • her book about Luther this longing comes to expression: that if only
    • But this small book by Deinhardt of Vienna is concerned with one of
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • falsifications, as I have shown in my book that will be published shortly.
    • Rosenkreutz; the book appeared in 1616. During the years from 1614
    • thoughts and feelings of his time. One of his books has as its subtitle:
    • I drew your attention to Ricarda Huch and how, in her book on Luther
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • a book by Dr. Johann Plenge, professor of political science
    • important fellow, but let that pass. On page 61 of his book
    • catastrophe, but though he has written several books on
    • throughout the book), “To make such a forecast one must
    • quotations are a peculiar feature of this book by Plenge. The
    • book is associated throughout with an article that appeared
    • What makes the composition of Plenge's book peculiar is that
    • part of it for a third time. Towards the end of the book,
    • So you have a book with a newspaper article quoted four
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • be a historical person. Two books appeared concerned with
    • Kjellen in his book
    • have great respect for Kjellen. His book is both widely read
    • concept in Kjellen's book is thought through
    • about Goethe in my books with what I said in a lecture
    • From this material he produced a book in Russian, a remarkable
    • book already published.
    • filigree work that makes this book so striking.
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • nothing to do with what I describe in my book
    • Benedikt himself says on page twelve of his booklet:
    • which makes his books rather disagreeable to read, though it
    • his book is a photograph of himself, sitting in his darkroom
    • To comprehend such things is important. In my book
    • A book has just
    • Dessoir, a hefty book entitled
    • extensively with anthroposophy. When I picked up the book, my
    • book. I expected opposition of course, that cannot be
    • book, I had to say that it was not in the least interesting.
    • history in my books, for example in Occult Science, will know
    • taking in a serious book on a spiritual subject in which
    • fat book, written by a university professor, will naturally
    • matter has been justly dealt with. Such book announcements
    • ... the book deals with cabbalistic
    • to mention just one book. The long list of publications, apart from
    • First production! My first book was published in 1883, some
    • the rest of Dessoir's book. That must be done because it is a
    • book which I have always emphatically rejected,
    • It is a dreadful book which sets out to explain
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • his first publication, a book dealing with Aristotle's
    • This book by Brentano, which is long out of print, is a magnificent
    • book about Aristotle's psychology, engaged in a process of
    • seldom at the time the book was written. What is especially
    • book I mentioned by Franz Brentano. Nevertheless, real
    • thinking holds sway in Brentano's book. And when someone
    • said about these matters in the booklet
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • You will know of him from my book
    • been reading a book while out walking, had crossed a railway
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • knowledge from books but from practical life, from the way
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • is a short description of some kind, a book perhaps, that in
    • that someone who takes a book of Trine or Johannes Muller and
    • with the printed word, with everything to be found in books.
    • preserved in books. The same applies to many other things.
    • also wider, more universal theories, preserved in books, such
    • philosopher Lotze who had written some fine books on
    • know, I have written about Nietzsche, and from my book you
    • Nietzsche, and I tried to do him justice in my book,
    • of the pile of books in front of me than I have. Judging
    • new edition of my book

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