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  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture II
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    • merely dead, shining stars; in actual fact he beholds the
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture VI
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    • in so far as it is the bearer of dead substances; moreover he
    • dead.
    • whereas nowadays they have eyes only for what is dead; they
    • observing what is dead. Hence they do not grasp it at
    • sense-world outside us and the dead thinking within us to be
    • sense-world by means of thinking, because dead thoughts are
    • colour, nor sound, nor warmth, can be grasped at all by dead
    • von Hartmann, now long since dead. We spoke about
    • that he exists only in a dead world. This feeling is
    • it would make him unfree. Only because the dead world
    • rise to nothing in us — only because it is a dead world
    • precisely through his thoughts, which are dead, he can
    • traditions, while the modern ideas which are only dead,
    • dead, are now spiritual in the very highest degree! Here
    • there is dead spirit. But man is not conscious of the fact
    • with their dead thinking, men make this life itself into
    • something that is dead and see lifeless substance everywhere.
    • life on Earth — and this was dead. This remarkable
    • life from without, from the ether, man can transcend his dead
    • vivify himself inwardly. He must himself impart life to dead
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  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture VII
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    • the thoughts of man on Earth are abstract and dead,
    • development leading to abstract, that is to say, to dead
    • vitality at all and are therefore dead. It is the Earth
    • into thoughts that have become ungodly, into dead thoughts
    • to the stage of having dead thoughts, that he is, so to
    • merely intellectualistic thoughts, dead thoughts, he must

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