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- Title: Man's Being: Lecture I: On the Nature and Destiny of Man and World
- external sense, unless his human forces were continuously
- moral sense.
- the cosmos — but a cosmos taken in a spiritual sense. And
- Title: Man's Being: Lecture II: Life between Death and a New Incarnation
- otherwise than judge, in a moral sense, the events through
- — you know that I do this merely in a pictorial sense,
- yesterday I had to say that, in a certain sense, all the
- arising out of our inner depth a stronger sense of
- heavenly movements executed, in a purely spiritual sense,
- Title: Man's Being: Lecture III: Our Experiences at Night, Life after Death
- himself as a free, fully self-conscious being into the sense
- person who uses words in a merely materialistic sense. During
- Title: Man's Being: Lecture IV: Man's Being, His Destiny and World Evolution - 1
- in the negative. In a certain sense, feelings are apprehended
- undergoes, in a physical sense, a burning-up and consuming of
- physical sense, thinking or mental activity is a depositing of
- how the child, completely at one with his sense-organism,
- interesting fact, in an exalted sense, is the following: The
- wholly one with his sense-organism, must absorb all these
- sense, gathers from previous earth-lives whatever his wisdom
- connected with walking, what is connected with the sense
- Title: Man's Being: Lecture V: Man's Being, His Destiny and World Evolution - 2
- in a critical sense) it is just the young people who do not
- expressed the following in a certain, very respectful sense:
- Title: Man's Being: Lecture VI: Man's Being, His Destiny and World Evolution - 3
- the event of Damascus, was an initiate in the sense of ancient
- external sense, are concerned only with what lies outside of
- “Science, in the modern sense, does not inform us about
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