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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture I:
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    • medieval philosophy with the central personalities of Albert
    • consideration, at Thomas Aquinas, he is a personality that
    • philosophy in the Middle Ages, as a personality as it were who
    • him. So that Thomism is something exceptionally impersonal,
    • something that only manifests by the personality of Thomas
    • a full, whole personality if you envisage Augustine (354-430)
    • Augustine, we deal with a struggling person, with Thomas
    • to determine the position of both personalities to each other.
    • you forgive for this personal remark. I have emphasised
    • personality in the fourth and fifth centuries, as I have
    • can understand his whole personality and his struggle only if
    • personality took place with the transition from Manichaeism to
    • the personality of Augustine, actually, even by the fact that
    • person who resembled very much the people of the Middle Ages
    • outstanding personality, no longer to experience in the soul as
    • was the personified gentleness. This man scolded as never
    • soul states this appeared on earth in the person of Christ
    • Augustine from Plotinism. The three personalities of
    • Augustine if he spoke of the three persons? One has to answer,
    • realise now how Augustine as a vividly struggling personality
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    • can pursue, how the ideas, which one finds with a personality
    • by personalities of the tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth
    • individual being that lives in the single person as an
    • ideas that not yet cared about the single person that just
    • How does one cope with a personality who
    • a person like the Areopagite only wanted to express, actually,
    • However, this lived with the persons who were the spiritual
    • It lived, for example, in that personality whose name I have
    • personal experience of this age
    • has an intellect for himself. The person A has an own body, but
    • his intellect is the same as that of person B and again as that
    • of person C. —
    • incarnation of Christ in the person Jesus and so on. The
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture III:
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    • that which significant personalities have contributed to the
    • Single personalities outstand later, as for
    • Spinoza made a deep impression on persons like Herder and
    • Again, it devolves upon a receptive person.
    • I would like to insert a personal

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