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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture I:
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    • Augustine was simply forced by the
    • a Greek had experienced. He was forced to a thinking that still
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture II:
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    • associated with sexual maturity and all forces that work their
    • can combine with the forces in his individual soul life which
    • like to say, Albert and Thomas were on one side forced to look
    • spiritual-mental forces stop working on the bodily.
    • say, for example, for that activity to which the forces are
    • used which appear later as the forces of memory, just these
    • forces which have once worked on the body appear in a
    • not able to do this as a little child. Where are the forces
    • other soul forces these two kinds of mind are active in the
    • forces are involved which had remained as tradition of the
    • world. We can thereby only penetrate with human forces into the
    • forces in such problems few centuries ago. Since these things
    • bodily forces form a whole that all formative, vegetative and
    • animal forces, as the forces of memory are attracted by the
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture III:
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    • forces, with the mineral forces and with the forces of sensory
    • intellect soaks up the entire human system of forces. He can
    • imagination, they become the force of spiritual



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