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  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • that the materialistic mode of thought assumed precisely the
    • became so utterly materialistic, find the most characteristic
    • think of natural-scientific materialism. This
    • natural-scientific materialism however, if I may say so,
    • Philistinism. Materialism too was steeped, by the 19th
    • materialism. To understand the root-nerve of the 19th
    • everywhere, Dupuis' materialism, on the other hand, was in a
    • — a celestial materialism; he still had the courage to
    • conceive a more thorough-going materialistic theory than all
    • brought about by the material heavenly bodies and their
    • that the material process which finds expression in the
    • starry constellations — the material process in the
    • of material forces in material celestial space. But, for the
    • priests themselves, namely that it is the material processes
    • in the Heavens which bring about other material processes
    • laid the foundations of his celestial materialism — for
    • scientists of the 19th century only looked for the material
    • Dupuis was bold enough to propound heavenly materialism; to
    • Cosmos as material influences of the stars and
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • to the materialism which was subsequently developed in the
    • materialism of Dupuis still had a certain greatness,
    • the 19th century to develop a certain fund of purely materialistic
    • truths; this century had to collect a fund of purely materialist
    • purely materialistic ideas with the results to which they have led;
    • materialistic — or, as we may also put it, rationalistic —
    • fact that the union of certain feelings with the material knowledge
    • celestial Festival. Materialistically minded people, as I
    • attack of materialism on one of the last and outermost
    • of the materialist abstractions of the 19th century. What
    • be saved from the impulses of materialism.
    • ideas. To be clever, in the materialistic sense, is to have a
    • give birth to materialistic theories. When we do so, the
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • materialistic epoch. They knew, moreover, that the Mystery of
    • heaven of the fixed stars. It is but a materialistic
    • super-sensible Man, has become materialistic; while on the



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