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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • man’s purely physical consciousness, his intellectuality
    • conditions; such as intellectuality and logic. When this stage in
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • outstanding intellect as
    • intellect, did not always exist. Deep down, underlying all human
    • present intellectual consciousness, there existed a clairvoyant
    • intellectual consciousness gradually developed in diverse ways
    • our eyes and make use of our intellect; and they knew that
    • brought about through the penetrative force of intellectual
    • realized the feebleness of man’s powers of intellect and
    • tribes merely as peoples in whom intellection is expressed in its
    • was imbued with the most momentous and intellectual conceptions.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • works, and his intellectuality, we find no trace of the Buddhist
    • That pre-eminently intellectual order of
    • intellectuality in the soul; but in olden times, clairvoyant
    • state out of which our present intellectuality gradually evolved.
    • his sense perceptions and intellectuality that his blood is
    • our present intellectual science has been attained.
    • our modern direct, unprejudiced and intellectual method of
    • his intellect, and with which he is ever in direct and conscious
    • it has been replaced by an intellectual cognition.
    • master all this new knowledge by means of the human intellect
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • to that of our present-day intellectual consciousness.
    • to our present intellectual consciousness, which latter may be
    • together, combining them by means of our intellect. This material
    • form of intellectual consciousness, which acts through our power
    • intellectual consciousness. Primeval man, however, under the
    • abstract and intellectual. Plato conceived ‘Ideas’ to
    • Ego-consciousness, intellectuality, rationalism,
    • power, and the intellectual consciousness, will be found united.
    • power. To Moses was granted a certain capacity for intellectual
    • developing their understanding and intellect through the medium
    • upon the world, and gain enlightenment through inner intellectual
    • intellectuality came to Moses must have been through flashes of
    • intellectual awareness, similar in nature to the old clairvoyant
    • intellectual reasoning consciousness. It has been pointed out in
    • intellectual consciousness is associated with the brain and the
    • humanity, so as to bring about an impulse toward an intellectual
    • future form the basis of an intellectual culture, that should
    • and torpid, compared with the intellectual soul-state of man.
    • medium of their intellect have remained unmoved, the animals in
    • found in man, because he has developed a higher intellectual
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • worn-out intellectual faculty, no ecstasy, no mystic intoxication
    • from modern intellectual power and discernment. While insisting
    • beyond the narrow limits of man's present intellectual powers,
    • ancient times, through intellectual achievement, and must in
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • great spiritual discernment and his outstanding intellectual

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