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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture I:
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    • However, on the other side the feeling to
    • feeling: this border surrounds the element in which we
    • beings who do no longer feel that in the world of ideas a
    • one said this, and he could still develop a feeling of the fact
    • that which had become accessible to his feeling by
    • as something impossible to Augustine at certain moments to feel
    • Augustine is one of the first to feel the individual existence
    • you can feel the whole depth of this scholastic question: only
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture II:
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    • this individual feeling had already advanced far in the
    • for feeling the inner individuality.
    • characterised yesterday will feel different. He will feel that
    • the whole humanity as a whole and to feel in it like a member,
    • ism, in which, however, still the individual feeling
    • have that individual feeling which prevailed then during the
    • later centuries. With individualised feeling, one said to
    • Plotinism it does not appear from the mere individual feeling
    • above all that in its time the feeling of the human
    • I believe that one could get a feeling for historical
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture III:
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    • Duns Scotus feels confronted with the
    • feel the Christ problem in intellectualism. The Christ problem
    • knowledge. I mean, one should even feel this if one deals with
    • with feeling, how metabolism is associated with the will.
    • Stuttgart. In this talk, I did not feel compelled to point to

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