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  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 2
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    • thinking is a corpse. Where did the being live whose corpse
    • us in school and in life itself, our thinking is a corpse. It
    • observation and the corpse is visible - the dead form of the
    • corpse buried in our own heads, in our brains. And just as if a
    • corpse in the tomb were to declare: I am the man! so declares
    • our thinking when it lies buried in the brain as a corpse and
    • thinks about the external things of the world. It is a corpse.
    • It is perhaps depressing to realize that it is a corpse, but it
    • sense-world, for the gods of the cosmos is the corpse of our
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 8
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    • man uses on earth between birth and death is a corpse. It does
    • the earth. And here we carry the corpses of thought within us.
    • not with living thoughts but with the corpses of thought. But
    • earthly corpse-thinking. From it spring forth - but dead - the
  • Title: First Class Lessons: Lesson XXI (recapitulation)
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    • pictures. We imagine ourselves in front of a corpse which has
    • this corpse. As it is now, it can never have come into being in
    • must have first transfigured it. The corpse lies in the coffin.
    • the thinking that we have between birth and death is the corpse
  • Title: First Class Lessons: Lesson XXIV (recapitulation)
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    • corpse of the living thinking which was in us before we
    • thinking, which lies in the coffin as a corpse. But we use this
    • corpse for our usual abstract thinking between birth and
    • corpse that lies before us. We look at this corpse. We say to
    • ourselves: This corpse could never have come into being the way
    • lies before us as a corpse. Thus, we approach the reality of
    • that it is the corpse of the living thinking that was in us
  • Title: First Class Lessons: Lesson XXVI (recapitulation)
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    • earthly thinking is the corpse - as we have heard in previous



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