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- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Back Cover
- have in ordinary consciousness. It is actually a corpse; at
- passing over into the corpse-like element of soul. Living
- descended to the earth. It has remained just as a corpse
- the living man when we see a corpse, so, if we now look through
- thinking as a corpse of the true `thought being,' we see how we
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
- eternal human entity. As the corpse is produced by the etheric,
- so thoughts are corpses produced by our living forces. Philosophy
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
- to mind a human corpse; it still has the form that the man had
- the person was alive. Even so, in looking at the corpse,
- must conclude that the corpse as it now lies before us can have
- as a corpse; it can exist only as the remains of a living
- forms of the corpse, its members, point not only to the corpse
- views a corpse in the context of life is directed by it to the
- corpse, can only destroy it; it cannot build it up as such. If
- we wish to see the upbuilding forces in the corpse, we must
- consciousness. It is actually a corpse; at least, it is
- into the corpse-like element of soul. Living thought was
- earth. It has remained just as a corpse remains of the living
- see a corpse, so, if we now look through inspired knowledge at
- realize that we must treat this thinking as a corpse of the
- reality, as a corpse is remote from the true human reality.
- said of a corpse that it cannot come from a corpse but must
- are corpse-like in character. It would have to say,
- possessing something corpse-like. But this impartial
- over sense perceptions as a corpse-like element. On the
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