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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • and all those other earthly sense-perceptions which hang as a
    • the sense organs in general to the perceptual veil — so that the
    • sense-impressions, and seek the path to the spiritual realms only
    • world, we realize that therein lie concealed and beyond our sense
    • hand, all that comes to us when we regard our physical sense
    • and sense contents. Through these, Zarathustra could advance his
    • people understand (even when they have a certain sense for the
    • in one sense (say, positive), and return as if coming from the
    • things which affect our eyes, our ears, and sense organs in
    • and in no sense of the nature of an abstraction. Behind Ormuzd
    • limits of our sense perceptions. Further, that science will be
    • doctrine, is in a sense lost to our age.
    • that in the sense of Zarathustranism, the essence of Light as it
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • modern times overcome by a sense of such close relation to the
    • your own human observation and senses; you have neither
    • in virtue of our senses working in conjunction with reason and
    • mystic depths of that realm which lies beyond all physical sense
    • vanquish Typhon, and in a certain sense re-establish control of
    • is about us appeals alone to the senses, and has only meaning and
    • things. Symbolically, in the sense of the Isis-Initiation, we
    • wisdom, but they experienced a sentiment in deepest moral sense,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • (who was in a certain sense a disciple of
    • his sense perceptions and intellectuality that his blood is
    • material world of sense perception.’ This feeling spread
    • state into one of sense-illusion, or that ‘Great
    • and even rise to noble heights in the divine sense, and we may
    • Buddhist sense. According to this conception, it is a world of
    • which we term Redemption. In the Christian sense, however, this
    • We can, in its deepest sense, term that
    • human understanding. Resignation, in the Kantian sense, implies
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • is therefore in a certain sense, less difficult to deal with this
    • a certain sense, the outcome of these investigations must be
    • experience that deep sense, so pregnant with meaning, through
    • world, through the medium of our senses; these ideas we group
    • experience of such nature as to cause all his sense perceptions
    • through Moses; hence, that sense of persistency in connection
    • can, in a sense, assert that animals possess a measure of
    • there are to-day; but the ancients were endowed with a sense of
    • Egyptians, among whom the faculty of sense-perception was
    • great figure, there comes to us a sense of his true relation to
    • progress in a vital sense, and it is at once apparent that the
    • of mankind, that we may gain that sense of power, confidence of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • designating localities, but in their literal sense, signifying
    • amazing, in the highest spiritual sense is, that out of such
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • loving Saviour. And it is in that holy sense and feeling evoked
    • directly apparent to the senses, or about those things which it
    • conceived as lying beyond our sense-perception in a kind of world
    • which are beyond the powers of our sense-perception. Attention
    • a sense confined and only interested in the immediate experiences
    • powers of sense-perception who are just as real as is the animal
    • must, nevertheless, in a certain sense, be considered as active
    • apprehended in all phenomena capable of sense-perception. One
    • other sense organs for its being. But if we seek to comprehend
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • profound sense of its fundamental substantiality. But here was no
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • Matters transcending Sense-perception and Soul.
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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