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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture I:
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    • historical background from which this philosophical movement
    • historical background from which Augustine worked his way out.
    • However, this historical background changes because that
    • Thus, he points back to that time in which
    • back through the centuries
    • receives His grace by which this part of humanity is led back
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture II:
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    • impression if we look back at the centuries, which preceded
    • One talked as it were back and forth, and one decided for the
    • that at least leads back the traditional of these writings to
    • things which are there, he has to try to go back to the most
    • do not go back to the origin of these concepts. Even like the
    • goes back to these old traditions. You do not cope with that
    • intelligences to which he refers back at first send down what
    • have taken up from the world. We look back remembering. There
    • you look back if your soul reflects that to you, which it has
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture III:
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    • humanity falls again back into nominalism which is incapable to
    • certain spiritual view and leads everything back to individual
    • realise something very strange. We look back at the thirteenth
    • philosophy had taken a backseat, the German philosophers took
    • the slogan in the sixties, back to Kant! Since that time an
    • back largely to Kant and the modern physiology. Thus, you would
    • mere names, upon the outer perception, but now we give back the
    • twentieth century, and then it is back again as spiritual
    • philosophy one has to go back to Thomas Aquinas, and to study
    • starting point, and what it means to carry back our mind to



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