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- Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
- and the bodies on the earth below. Speaking concretely: souls who were
- paramount importance for human life, are concretely described. Men who
- when anyone speaks concretely about the spirit they simply cannot take
- Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
- concretely. To speak of a germ does not generally mean that a
- concrete conception of the germ of a plant, say a germinating
- abstract to the concrete. Then because you yourself go from
- the abstract to the concrete the dead begin to understand
- concrete. It must again become an aim of mankind to think
- how many people think concretely when, let us say, they read
- Where then is the concrete thinking,
- or where in the whole world is there any concrete thinking,
- abstractions. How then is one to arrive at a concrete
- clumsy is the completely concrete conception “he does
- dreary abstraction. but the wholly concrete “he behaves
- apprehended concretely, a contrast in feeling between the
- have indeed brought something concrete into the matter. But
- is the concrete regulating, righting, setting right. One even
- says “to set right”. There you have the concrete
- means of such things that one can succeed in linking concrete
- concrete pictures at all. Today, to read a social pamphlet or
- more concretely when I say “he who is diligent”
- diligent” is indeed much more concrete than what I call
- because they themselves need to feel concretely when you use
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- Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture II: The Inner Experience of Language
- perception of nature to a concrete perception of nature. Our
- abstractions. Men nowadays do not look for this concrete
- concretely what is common to all mankind. It is just where
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