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  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • to observe this modern thought as it appears, let us say, in John
    • in John Stuart Mill and Herbert Spencer appears merely, so to say, as
    • to answer that men conceive of the spirit just as John Stuart Mill or
    • civilization is the spirit which John Stuart Mill and Herbert Spencer
    • image, but let us look at John Stuart Mill's idea of imagery, for
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • times, is the Gospel of St. John — the deepest and most
    • In the Gospel of St. John, Greek thought and feeling were the vesture
    • of what the writer of the Gospel of St. John felt when he wrote
    • John. And the dependence on dead speech is an outer manifestation of
    • lives in the Gospel of St. John has disappeared step by step.
    • St. John fully explains the failure of present-day humanity to grasp
    • when people, seeking to understand the Gospel of St. John, realize
    • of St. John refers when it speaks of the Logos.
    • the full significance of the Gospel according to St. John was still
    • in Michel de Montaigne, in John Locke and — parallel with what
    • anxiously Montaigne, John Locke and Comenius desire to divert man
    • the LOGOS. John Locke and Montaigne always point to what is outside
    • this longing appears in its most symptomatic form in Montaigne, John
    • Montaigne, John Locke, and Comenius knew very well what education
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Vierter Vortrag
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    • geworden ist, sagen wir, bei John Stuart Mill oder bei
    • gewissen Art als das höchste Symptom bei John Stuart Mill,
    • erkennt den Geist, wie ihn John Stuart Mill oder Herbert
    • haben schon John Stuart Mill oder Herbert Spencer in ihre
    • ja, schauen wir uns das zum Beispiel gerade bei John Stuart
  • Title: Gegenwärtiges Geistesleben und Erziehung: Fünfter Vortrag
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    • John Locke, und wir sehen sie im Kontinent dann im
    • sehen wir, mit welcher Ängstlichkeit Montaigne, John
    • Montaigne und John Locke immer hinweisen auf das
    • besonders symptomatisch hervor bei Montaigne, bei John
    • soll, das haben Michel de Montaigne, John Locke, Arnos Comenius



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