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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • Among the fundamental principles underlying
    • It is a fundamental principle underlying the
    • he gave to the world was in many respects fundamentally different
    • rediscovered later, then will a fundamental chord in our culture
    • That great fundamental concept concerning two
    • ourselves, whether or no they are in accord with our fundamental
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • expressing the fundamental concepts underlying his work, than by
    • order to follow this mental process we have only to consider the
    • finally see the fruit of our mental activity pictured in the
    • mental process when we picture the Egyptian past, and are mindful
    • and fundamentally dependent upon certain mechanical laws which
    • first apparent. An Osiris and an Isis nature are fundamental to
    • descended into their innermost being, have been fundamentally the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • us combining them by means of our mental powers acting through
    • many other cases, it can be shown that fundamentally there is
    • Only when we assume this fundamental mood of
    • The Buddha expressed the fundamental concept
    • built upon a fundamental disposition of mind such as we have
    • philosophy, the fundamental aspect of being is such as to
    • reincarnation, this thirst for existence, is the fundamental
    • terrestrial life. Fundamentally, Schopenhauer was of opinion that
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • looked upon as tragic, since they were fundamentally wholly
    • distinguish this change in fundamental character. We are told,
    • style and fundamental character of the account alters, while a
    • specific knowledge of a certain fundamental change in man’s
    • various peoples. It is for this reason that we find fundamentally
    • fresh movement evolved was fundamentally Egyptian, but the
    • picture at least one fundamental feature of the old clairvoyance
    • his intellectual enlightenment was fundamentally dependent upon
    • recognized by those who had understanding of the fundamental
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • one who would strike that first deep fundamental note, which
    • outcome of this fundamental process next finds expression in the
    • fundamental forces and impulses which have been ever active
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • and sentiments concerning such fundamental questions as
    • fundamentally at variance with the actual results of scientific
    • that circumstances of fundamental historic significance are
    • was called into being by a folk fantasy born of mental impulse.
    • The fundamental idea underlying this work has been but little
    • fundamental to the world’s history. As long as man refuses
    • is indeed MAN. He who would gain knowledge of the fundamental
    • begotten of mere chance actions and purely human mental
    • in doing something which is looked upon as detrimental or
    • of the fundamental idea in redemption in addition to mere
    • indeed have developed within himself those things fundamental to
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • profound sense of its fundamental substantiality. But here was no
    • mental structure, to conform with the demands and claims arising
    • fundamental principle underlying its historical onward progress

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