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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IV: Exercises of Cognition and Will
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    • Look at a human corpse. It has the shape and the limbs of a man, but
    • life has gone out of it. If we understand the nature of the corpse, we
    • physical man. The external forces of Nature, to which the corpse is
    • the human organism is from the forces which work in the corpse. We
    • show that something dead points to something living, as the corpse
    • what is the true soul. The corpse of thought is again animated in a
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • to mind a human corpse; it still has the form that the man had
    • the person was alive. Even so, in looking at the corpse,
    • must conclude that the corpse as it now lies before us can have
    • as a corpse; it can exist only as the remains of a living
    • forms of the corpse, its members, point not only to the corpse
    • views a corpse in the context of life is directed by it to the
    • corpse, can only destroy it; it cannot build it up as such. If
    • we wish to see the upbuilding forces in the corpse, we must
    • consciousness. It is actually a corpse; at least, it is
    • into the corpse-like element of soul. Living thought was
    • earth. It has remained just as a corpse remains of the living
    • see a corpse, so, if we now look through inspired knowledge at
    • realize that we must treat this thinking as a corpse of the
    • reality, as a corpse is remote from the true human reality.
    • said of a corpse that it cannot come from a corpse but must
    • are corpse-like in character. It would have to say,
    • possessing something corpse-like. But this impartial
    • over sense perceptions as a corpse-like element. On the



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