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  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • scientific perception. It is this that has moved anthroposophy to
    • sense perception or by considering it according to the outlook laid
    • thinking, sense perception, feeling and willing comprise the
    • organisation. Inner perception shows us how thinking, especially this
    • visualising. We experience it through our sense perceptions and the
    • forming mental images of it via our sense perception, this force
    • and convey perceptions in the same way as telegraph wires. The
    • is to convey external perceptions, the only function of the so-called
    • motor nerves is to convey internal perceptions when we walk or move
    • the perception of movement. If we take this disciplining of the will
    • of perception Lessing spoke of in his
    • perception of spiritual life, a perception which will help us
    • perception of the spirit, and depriving him of the courage to
    • plunge into this spiritual perception, making him believe that
    • perceptions of the spiritual world, super-sensible man and his
    • evolution into the age of great and outstanding perceptions of an
    • external, scientific nature. Not until these scientific perceptions
    • have been supplemented by the perceptions of spiritual vision will
    • spiritual life in the direction of a new spiritual perception by
    • evolution today: either to keep to a perception of the material world
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