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- Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture I:
- understand the concepts which lived in the souls of these
- If the Greek speaks of ideas, of concepts,
- conception of the Platonic philosophy, actually, from this
- of concepts —
- in the sense of tradition seeing the concepts close to
- mind contents, as the sum of concepts that we form about the
- concepts from the sense perception and end up in the concepts.
- We have the concepts as an inner soul experience and we are
- experience and end up where we form the sum of our concepts,
- concepts, this was a spiritual world, and this spiritual world
- had a lower border for him. This lower border was the concepts.
- We get the concepts by turning to the sensory things,
- abstracting and forming the concepts and say, the concepts are
- concepts; for Plotinus a spiritual world, the real intellectual
- world, is above the concepts. I could also use the following
- concepts in which his soul lived, the lower border of that what
- the concepts at the same time that which Plato calls the world
- Talking about abstract concepts did not make sense to a
- and his followers grew up. For them such talking about concepts
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- Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture II:
- Fathers of the Church to the scholastics along the concepts
- characterise these things with our concepts. One comes close to
- in more physical concepts with Aristotle. However, Aristotle
- say, Aristotle himself strives for conceptualising all old
- two concepts that come from Aristotle. However, because the
- one finds these concepts or ideas without being related to each
- do not go back to the origin of these concepts. Even like the
- concepts and ideas that shimmer, actually, to both sides: the
- and so on. The scholastics called these general concepts
- it struggled. We have to develop such general concepts, such
- universal concepts from our individuality. If we look out,
- general concepts, these universalia were nothing but that what
- the concepts into the spiritual world, into the intellectual
- its inner conceptual figure. So that Albert and Thomas say, if
- human beings whom you have met the concept of humanity. You
- concepts whose clearness one normally does not consider. The
- Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture III:
- view that ideas, as general concepts in the human being are
- in certain figures, pictures, concepts, ideas of the things
- the concepts relate to an outer reality than the contents of
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