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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture I:
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    • century, in a way that is hard to comprehend with our thinking
    • your thoughts in the way of thinking of Thomas Aquinas, his
    • by an astute thinking of which the modern philosophy
    • influenced Augustine even more than one normally thinks. One
    • spiritual. It applies to it much more than one normally thinks
    • same time even more than one thinks. Manichaeism still speaks
    • He does not differentiate between thinking and sense
    • a Greek had experienced. He was forced to a thinking that still
    • he sees lions, he thinks the concept
    • of the “lion” if he sees wolves, he thinks the
    • thinks the concept of the human being, these concepts live only
    • presented this big question to themselves. If you think which
  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture II:
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    • impulses of western humanity exists. I think that one can look
    • consideration that one thinker took over certain ideas from the
    • struggle of individuality the thinkers who developed this
    • that the pure thinking proceeds with mathematical security from
    • conclusion in such a way that these thinkers always account to
    • One has only to mind that this thinking
    • of the world. This thinking could still develop the pure
    • technique of thinking by other circumstances. Today it is
    • difficult to develop this pure thinking. Since if one tries
    • very soon to which thinkers of the twelfth and thirteenth
    • centuries could dedicate themselves who did not think much of
    • contours proceeding activity of thinking which is
    • the church with the most astute thinking. Imagine only what it
    • thinking. One has to look into the inside of the scholastic
    • point that the thinkers of the seventh, eighth centuries and
    • for the Christian thinkers up to High Scholasticism how the
    • outflow of the individual human being. If we all think in the
    • that is the same in all human beings. They think different, as
    • and dialectic thinking is an outflow of the general human but
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    • European thinking had more and more if it put the question of
    • development of western thinking.
    • thinker who is put rightly at the starting point of modern
    • his philosophy with the proposition: cogito ergo sum, I think,
    • there. — Descartes resumes this thought, I think,
    • I think, then one cannot deny the fact that I think; therefore,
    • I am, therefore, my being is confirmed with my thinking. I am
    • being with my thinking.
    • from the thinking and is in this respect only the echo of
    • being because I think? Every night sleep proves the
    • thought. Thus, the proposition, I think, therefore, I am, is
    • those who wanted to find Him with thinking only which is so
    • would arise to this thinking. This thinking appears in its
    • life so that one would say to himself, yes, I think, I think
    • about the world and myself at first. However, this thinking is
    • not yet developed. This is the thinking after the Fall of Man.
    • clearly in a thinker, in Spinoza (Benedictus Baruch S.,
    • says to himself, by the development of thinking this thinking
    • Plotinism, the spiritual world arises again to the thinking as
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