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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • morality, the same general thoughts, feelings and conceptions as
    • through research in many directions, we can now feel certain that
    • deepening of all values of our spiritual feelings, conceptions
    • to Brahma, there to feel himself unified with that which ever
    • realize and to feel, that in truth each individual man is an
    • begins to gain spiritual experience, a feeling of awe may come
    • the same with Zarathustranism, when man feels that his spiritual
    • awaken bitter feeling, namely: — I assert that before long it
    • feelings, distorting the true significance of the phenomena of
    • perfection.’ Thus did Zarathustra feel himself to be the
    • there rings forth the inner impulse of his mission, and we feel
    • Thus spoke Zarathustra, and we can but feel that
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • more general enlightenment has nevertheless a feeling, whether
    • feelings which came over him, while engaged in astronomical
    • Egyptian thought and feeling. But, as has been before stated,
    • with the greatest piety, thankfulness and religious feeling,
    • Egyptian thought and feeling. Again, how extraordinary do the
    • feeling and perception. It is far more important to do this than
    • the primeval feelings of the Egyptians, and from these as a
    • activity. Thus do I feel within me an Osiris power, which placed
    • feelings and perceptions of the old Egyptians concerning this
    • feelings of potency and vigour.
    • said: — That supersensible power which man feels as Osiris, can
    • ideas concerning all that I feel within my soul,’ he knew
    • Such were the feelings and perceptions which had
    • On the other hand, we cannot ponder upon feelings
    • be expressed in terms of feeling and sentiment in the following
    • thus that these old Egyptians visualized, with a certain feeling
    • [the three ultimate modes of consciousness], Feeling, Willing and
    • Egyptian found the true method of expressing those deep feelings
    • feelings of reverence and thankfulness, so that they cried out:
    • of animals in that by-gone age, and of the curious feeling of awe
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • supersensible, he gained not knowledge alone but a feeling of
    • wisdom, but to a specific order of primordial feeling and
    • material world of sense perception.’ This feeling spread
    • clairvoyant state, a certain feeling of sadness at the thought of
    • It is in this way that the Christian feels that
    • himself concerned with an original sin, but feels that he has
    • thought, for while the Christian feels that his present existence
    • has a similar feeling, with regard to the life and example of
    • ‘I already feel that the beams (“Balken”) are
    • extends to the entire human race with which we feel ourselves so
    • element of life lies in our impulses, emotions and feelings, and
    • There may be some who feel themselves more drawn
    • feeling, however, did not exist with Goethe, who sought to free
    • in scientific research; and it feels ever more and more helpless
    • and inertia, he feels himself more ‘at home’ with
    • knowledge’, but feel that there is within him a something
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • feel that our whole soul life plays a part in the collective
    • aspect; for here we have the feeling that there is no limit to
    • our souls. We still feel, in our very bones, as it were, the
    • living force in our thoughts and feelings, and as if when we
    • admiration and reverence, as do these investigations; and I feel
    • within our souls, then do we feel that a full and clear
    • days of man’s soul and its powers of thinking, feeling and
    • powers of thought, feeling and will, as forces whose mid-point of
    • feeling and will. We would thus picture separate currents of
    • activating our powers of thought, feeling and willing. Although
    • When the human soul feels that the Ego is linked
    • feels uncomfortable when people come to him and say: —
    • was first led to realize that the most positive feeling which man
    • may weaken, and lose his feeling of unity with the vital source
    • history of the world in this manner, we feel anew the beauty of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • the profoundest impression upon the hearts and feelings of
    • matters, but nevertheless he experienced a peculiar feeling of
    • a strange and peculiar feeling of fear and dismay. For it was
    • the activity of this potent influence manifested in feelings of
    • throughout the community, and whom he regarded with feelings of
    • case in Palestine, but when on every side there is a feeling of
    • than ever did the King experience that feeling of awe and dread
    • foreboding. Then Elijah, whom he had ever regarded with feelings
    • step by step, to a stage where he would first feel himself
    • however, those among my audience who may still feel that they
    • obtained through the medium of external science, I should feel
    • thought by engendering feelings of awe and wonder, and by so
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • epoch-making events, when they feel that they stand at a
    • still far from experiencing the feeling of greater satisfaction
    • loving Saviour. And it is in that holy sense and feeling evoked
    • governed by natural laws. It did not feel itself called upon to
    • feels itself upon a firm and truly Christian foundation, hardly
    • feeling that everything which is Divine and of that Holy
    • Moral-Redemption comes about when man feels that
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • warmest feelings of admiration and wonder, nevertheless, the
    • reasoned feelings. I stood aghast before the sentences, so
    • feelings to influence either his praise or his censure.
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • accepted. Hence came that bitter feeling of antagonism
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • endeavour, so that all feeling, thinking, and willing, may be



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