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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture I:
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    • XIII called on his clerics to do Thomism the official
    • historically in any century as result of the preceding century
    • ideas that we call thoughts or ideas today. This is not the
    • the concepts at the same time that which Plato calls the world
    • which was the One if you want to call it this way, so he
    • inside, and which one calls Imagination
    • spiritual-scientifically. You can read up that in my book
    • What I called Imagination there delves into that which is above
    • as I would like to call Plotinus a
    • called with the abstract term “being,” the world of
    • ideas was something that he called with the abstraction of
    • may say it hypothetically
    • they do, they are doomed. This view, which one also calls the
    • question in the abstract, intellectually and rationalistically.
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture II:
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    • ianism only dialectically on
    • struggle of individuality philosophically reach the zenith of
    • about with something that is explained scientifically or
    • exactly, so conscientiously logically one never thought before
    • call with many names that one has to give as most
    • in the things of the world, and then call God with it, then you
    • called already yesterday, in Scotus Eriugena. As I have told
    • spiritual-scientifically again. There one would like to confess
    • the scholastics call it intellectus agens.
    • dialectically is the nous pathetikos, the
    • yet there. Since that which we call intellect and which has its
    • and so on. The scholastics called these general concepts
    • However, Roscelin was dogmatically serious about nominalism,
    • matter that he calls angels. These are not mere abstractions
    • absurd. They had said, something could be theologically true
    • and philosophically wrong. One can say flatly, it can
    • absolutely be that things were handed down dogmatically, as for
    • that uniform God whom the Old Testament called the Jahveh God.
    • world if we delve purely logically into the universalia in
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture III:
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    • called nous poietikos. This nous poietikos now soaks up as it
    • put something simple against something historically respected.
    • which does Descartes aim philosophically? He aims no longer at
    • mathematically, but develop in proving at the same time and
    • how he enumerates them purely pedantically in order to get a
    • philosophically. He schematises, he systematises. However,
    • subjectivity as starting point and gave rise to the so-called
    • scientifically persist.
    • changes the usual thinking into that which I have called pure
    • Indeed, one called the priests of certain
    • philosophically conscientious groundwork of spiritual science
    • the so-called free spirits. However, if one speaks, objectively
    • philosophically upon a misunderstood Thomism within the
    • by the Catholic clergy, but by the so-called free spirits. It

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