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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • previous lectures, the most prominent is the idea of
    • very beginning humanity has always had the same ideas concerning
    • ideas were such that he did not contemplate the world from that
    • and ideas — in short, of our soul impulses; when in fact we
    • teaching in theories, concepts and ideas; but in active vivid
    • conception; its basic ideas were treated seriously, there were no
    • viewed from the standpoint of modern cosmic ideas, is liable to
    • its nobility, which transcends all those petty ideas which play
    • idea finds expression in the Hebrew, where evil comes upon the
    • All those hateful ideas which are disseminated
    • Pythagoras failed to find the purest and most ideal ethical
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • ideals.
    • pictorially and not in concepts and ideas, as is the case with
    • place did all these strange ideas occupy in the image world of
    • to form abstract concepts and ideas; for by thus opening the
    • associated with the ideal forms of Osiris and Isis. Further, it
    • factors that finds expression in the ideal forms of Osiris and
    • with ideas similar to the following: There is a latent higher
    • [We can form an idea of the old Egyptian concept
    • throughout the universe. A similar idea prevailed among the
    • thoughts, concepts and ideas of mankind — it was this influence
    • ideas concerning all that I feel within my soul,’ he knew
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • persist in associating Buddhism, primarily, with the idea of
    • well-established and essential part of their preconceived ideas
    • into these matters, the association of Buddhism with the idea of
    • Western spiritual life, we learn that the idea of repeated
    • that the idea of reincarnation, both with regard to Spiritual
    • with the idea of reincarnation indicates a superficial attitude.
    • form of visions. All those curious ideas which come to us through
    • come to him the idea of plenteous benefits; but in life we behold
    • grotesque and fantastic ideas, so frequently spread abroad.
    • that ideal state — Nirvana. In other words, he must learn to
    • the light of our ideas concerning humanity regarded as a whole —
    • own act, enveloped the inner being as with a veil. The idea of
    • History tells us that this idea has been frequently put forward
    • and ideas for the active principle of existence; for the vital
    • regarding the influence of his thoughts and ideas upon his pupil,
    • ideas, thus causing him to ponder upon this olden
    • adjusting itself in harmony with the flood of new ideas which
    • and personal ideas, seek a higher plane merely through the
    • after he had become imbued with those ideas and convictions,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • analyse our ideas and motives according to his doctrine and
    • world, through the medium of our senses; these ideas we group
    • one abstract idea, or unit, in this ancient conception of the
    • starting with our current ideas as a basis. We speak in these
    • abstract and intellectual. Plato conceived ‘Ideas’ to
    • those concepts and ideas which came to him and were destined to
    • convey the idea that all those things regarding which Moses spoke
    • ideas concerning all things which come within his cognizance; but
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • man’s evolution are not merely dependent upon those ideas
    • But no man knew rightly, or had indeed any idea, in what way this
    • embodying the old thoughts and ideas, through which must flow a
    • land] the people, however, had no idea where the mysterious
    • the King had no idea. And there was a strangeness in the manner
    • this neighbour is a pious man, whose mind is filled with ideas
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • fact, those theoretical ideas and conceptions which have sprung
    • in connection with a certain trend of ideas and spiritual
    • short period as compared with that idea of The Christ which was,
    • ideas which it has to put forward with regard to The Christ
    • forward the most profound ideas concerning the Christ-Being —
    • We can obtain an idea of what underlies this
    • idea of man’s being, for it regards him as
    • Whenever conversation turns upon any idea similar
    • centuries side by side with that simple idea of Jesus, which
    • Christ? He is looked upon as a visionary creation, a mere ideal
    • The fundamental idea underlying this work has been but little
    • is, that it actually speaks of historical ideas as if
    • ideas’ are not what historians consider them to be,
    • merely historically, and if it were not that those ideas which
    • this method where a complete change in ideas has become
    • part in man’s ideas concerning the cosmos. But in future
    • thoughts and ideas, so far, not generally accepted.
    • of the fundamental idea in redemption in addition to mere
    • from his present false ideas, risen to a higher standard of
    • progress a complete change of thought, a reversal of ideas, be
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • materialistic culture, and the new imperial idea of Might and
    • write and to voice the ideas which I had to express, concepts
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • German Idealism.
    • The Cosmic Conception of German Idealism with
    • Idealism, in respect of the sentiment of our Critical

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