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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture I:
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    • that the position of the philosophical worldview to
    • complete worldview in a quite astute way in the thirteenth
    • worldview current and expresses a certain universality with
    • Augustine's worldview becomes clear only if you consider the
    • independent worldview, but only to the care of this materialist
    • the world, I held a talk on Thomism in the Berlin
    • question is, how can one explain the evil in a world that has,
    • nevertheless, sense only if at least the purpose of this world
    • to look at this worldview later that Augustine got to know when
    • worldview. If one goes objectively into his development, one
    • worldview at the same time with the Old Testament, with
    • this worldview than on the literal contents.
    • world phenomena in such a way as it also speaks of moral and of
    • Persian worldview —
    • being, the primal light being of the world, specifies its
    • one can still put into words of this worldview by our word
    • worldview of Manichaeism. That was the first to experience in
    • perceives in the outside world like colours and
    • oriental nuance exists in the entire Greek worldview. The Greek
    • Only such worldviews spoke to him, actually, which had
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    • quite passive in his destiny in the sensory world. From the
    • Worldviews and Approaches to Life in the
    • of the world. This thinking could still develop the pure
    • world from itself by individuation and
    • perfections of the world. Take any perfection that strikes you
    • in the things of the world, and then call God with it, then you
    • know nothing of that which the world says to you. You must
    • whole world. If you can experience this, you experience the
    • passive part is portrayed by that ancient worldview. It found
    • outer world and to process the impressions of the outer world
    • which the outside world is represented internally; there the
    • thoughts which should give a picture of the world are arranged
    • world. To experience in such a way, it was not yet necessary to
    • of the outer world, but this became a problem for it with which
    • however, at the world, we do not have the humanity, but single
    • the concepts into the spiritual world, into the intellectual
    • world, in that world about which also Thomas speaks as about a
    • up as impressions of the outside world and processes it with
    • them. Thus, the idea developed that we have the world round
    • ourselves, but this world is a manifestation of the spiritual.
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  • Title: Redemption of Thinking: Lecture III:
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    • longer represent the spiritual world to him but that seemed to
    • the last manifestations of a real spiritual world coming down
    • others, while he still has the courage to imagine the world as
    • spiritual. Yes, the world is spiritual to him; it consists of
    • rooted as it were in the world being, while I have confirmed my
    • vision, he aims no longer at receiving a world secret for the
    • content-related result of world observation; it is a question
    • somewhere in the soul from which they can get no worldview but
    • at the world and look at something real, that they look into
    • about the world and myself at first. However, this thinking is
    • Plotinism, the spiritual world arises again to the thinking as
    • says, we survey the world existence as it advances in spirit in
    • grasp the outside world, in something that is not able to go
    • out from me to delve into the outside world and to take up
    • something of the nature of the outside world.
    • outside world appears already with Locke (John L., 1612-1704)
    • colours, as tones in the outside world is no longer anything
    • that leads us to the reality of the outside world; it is only
    • the effect of the outside world on our senses, it is something
    • a quite pervasive worldview in the sixteenth, seventeenth
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