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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • his thought and writing. We look back to Socrates. We look to him in
    • who speaks to Socrates.
    • the dying Socrates sets forth to his disciples. They cannot feel
    • proofs and scientific arguments. Let us imagine all that Socrates
    • situation from that of Socrates, under different circumstances. Even
    • than those of Socrates, in spite of all they will perhaps have a
    • same. But Socrates speaks in the hour that immediately precedes his
    • It is not the words of Socrates that should work on us as much as
    • of this scene, all that we receive from Socrates' conversation with
    • Socrates to lead the earthly souls until they gain an outlook into
    • one of the pupils of Socrates who could certainly have no doubt of
    • and on the other from that of the dying Socrates as described by Plato.
    • we can catch the last echo of it; while in the dying Socrates we
    • that opens between Arjuna and a disciple of Socrates.

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