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  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • Plotinus, who meditated deeply upon the nature of time and
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • has to say. One could bring in, for example, Plotinus
    • farther than Plotinus did and to fathom the undergrounds of
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture I:
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    • concludes Greek philosophy. Plotinus (~204-270) shows
    • Plotinus is the last latecomer of a kind of people who took
    • Plotinus appears to the modern human being, actually, as a
    • Plotinus appears just to those who have
    • particular that of Plotinus. There he got very angry with
    • Plotinus as with a dangerous romanticist. Franz Brentano
    • There, he got just angry with Plotinus, because Plotinus is the
    • modern philosopher to understand Plotinus.
    • That was not the way for Plotinus. To
    • Plotinus this whole world of sense perception hardly existed at
    • perception. Plotinus said who cared little about sense
    • concepts; for Plotinus a spiritual world, the real intellectual
    • For Plotinus this was different. He did not
    • border with the atmosphere. For Plotinus who was of the opinion
    • meadow that is outdoors; in the same way, Plotinus speaks about
    • in the usual experience with those people out of whom Plotinus
    • experiences the One what was for Plotinus that which no concept
    • the world of ideas according to Plotinus.
    • arose for Plotinus from this worldview. It is already contained
    • Plotinus, while one is at the same time a human being who
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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture II:
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    • meek flew into a rage if Plotinus came up for discussion. Those
    • unpreparedly like Plotinus or that which is delivered from him,
    • Thus, you can find a view with Plotinus that I would like to
    • Plotinus looks at the human being with his
    • would have to say the following. Plotinus says to himself at
    • For Plotinus is everything that appears
    • Plotinus.
    • its last expression in Plotinus and devolved then upon
    • Plotinus gave in another form, we recognise a rationalised
    • as the soul constructing the human body of Plotinus. That what
    • Areopagite, of Plotinus, Augustine, Eriugena and many others.
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture III:
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  • Title: Man/Light of Occultism: Lecture IV.
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    • Iamblichus and Plotinus. In this class too, belongs Scotus Erigena,
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • like Plotinus, for example, of whom very little was known but who was
    • vented it on Plotinus. He actually wrote a polemical thesis entitled
    • philosopher is Plotinus, who lived in the third century A.D. Plotinus
    • the tradition which exists in regard to Plotinus — the so-called
    • Neo-Platonic philosopher Plotinus was a pupil of Ammonius Saccas who
    • like Ammonius Saccas and his pupil Plotinus were rich in spiritual
    • learning in those days, and one can readily understand that Plotinus
    • Plotinus himself taught for a long time in Italy. But a spirit of
    • related of Plotinus. The legend ran: There were many who would no
    • Divine-Spiritual world was possessed by a demon. Plotinus was
    • things — came to the temple and tested Plotinus before the altar
    • Egyptian priests declared that Plotinus bore a God within him, not a
    • demon. But in the West the dictum went forth that Plotinus was
    • not a demon was living in Plotinus, the philosopher of the third
    • century A.D. But Brentano states the contrary. He declares: Plotinus
  • Title: Supersensible Influences: Lecture II
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    • world: Buddha and Plotinus.
    • able to see into the spiritual world were Buddha and Plotinus
    • Plotinus who is naturally regarded by the Catholic Church as a
    • Nevertheless, Mager says of Buddha and Plotinus that their souls were
    • what the two valiant soldiers, Buddha and Plotinus, were able to
  • Title: Roman Catholicism: Lecture II
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    • Plotinus, and others, and with which St. Augustine had yet in an
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • rejected it, just as he rejected the works of Plotinus as
  • Title: Thomas Aquinas: Lecture I: Thomas and Augustine
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    • development. This is focused in Plotinus and reveals to us
    • intensiveness and a reaching beyond the normal. Plotinus is
    • which were gradually understood later. Plotinus must appear
    • something of mediaeval scholasticism Plotinus must appear as a
    • Neoplatonism, in particular with Plotinus, and he would then
    • get quite angry and would denounce Plotinus terribly as a
    • fumes about Plotinus in the same way, for Plotinus the
    • concepts, of our ideas. It was not so for Plotinus. For him
    • nature from the observation of the senses, Plotinus said
    • senses lies below concepts: for Plotinus there is
    • are, if we were organized as sea-beings. But for Plotinus it
    • is for Plotinus what Plato calls the “world of
    • ideas” and Plotinus throughout imagines that he is
    • the same way Plotinus speaks of the one idea-world, not of the
    • relationships Plotinus and his fellows grew. For them such talk
    • the One. This was for Plotinus the thing that was
    • subject from the modern point of view, whereas Plotinus treated
    • which, according to Plotinus stands above the
    • From this general view of the world Plotinus really also
    • the sense of Plotinus if one is at the same time a human being
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  • Title: Thomas Aquinas: Lecture II: The Essence of Thomism
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    • those of Plotinus, which I outlined yesterday, had in their
    • Plotinism, as the Neo-Platonism of Plotinus. And it had become
    • mention of Plotinus or anything connected with him; and Franz
    • to Plotinus. Those who, with all their discernment and ability,
    • says, if one reads something like Plotinus or what has come
    • Plotinus a general view which I should describe as follows:
    • Plotinus considers human nature with its physical and psychic
    • Plotinus says first of all to himself; if one considers a child
    • For Plotinus everything material in man is, if I may use an
    • to call it if one were to speak in Plotinus' sense. It is
    • Plotinus its best expression and then was taken up by Augustine
    • form of what Plotinus had said in the other form, we see in
    • Plotinus. On the other hand, that which liberates itself,
    • which remained from Plotinus, which had passed through the soul
  • Title: Thomas Aquinas: Lecture III: Thomism in the Present Day
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    • Areopagite and in Plotinus — human knowledge was used to

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