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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture I
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    • a materialist, the second an idealist, the third a realist, the
    • Goethe but also a great deal of what was there in the Middle Ages and
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture II
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    • human perception there still lived a great deal of what was old.
    • ago all this was quite a matter of course. Today a great deal is said
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture III
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    • materialistic, spiritualistic and idealistic philosophy. These things
    • as materialistic as those we quote for or against idealism.
    • spiritism, realism, idealism, materialism or anything else When I
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    • thermometer, so we can find out a great deal about the undercurrents
    • deals with Spencer's Principle of Ethics. The reviewer says:
    • Ideals.” But it dawned upon him, as he let these ideals work
    • moment in Nietzsche's life, the moment when he felt his ideals
    • to belong to his own times. He was forced to admit: “My ideals
    • are no different from what this present age calls its ideals. After
    • its ideals.” This was a moment of great pain for Nietzsche. For
    • he had experienced the idealistic tendencies manifest in his day. He
    • philistine. And he realized that his own ideals, stimulated by his
    • his time. But these ideals seemed to him impotent and unable to grasp
    • ideals in common with my time.” This was a tragic discovery
    • of ideals and these coincide with what others call their ideals, then
    • ideals I have evolved hitherto. And this putting aside all his ideals
    • external inducement to forsake his former idealism and steer towards
    • nebulous ideals they make nothing clear. In fact everything is
    • for this or that ideal and I rejoice that others too should be
    • ideals and wants to enthuse others, is so constituted that when he is
    • thinking of these ideals he can work up the juices in his stomach in
    • spiritual things and call them ideals. But in reality it is there for
    • declared war on all idealism. I know that this aspect of Nietzsche
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture V
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    • is a good deal of truth in contemporary religious philosophies when
    • good deal of philosophy and this lies outside the scope of our
    • ideal towards which it strove — it strove to be Phoronomy, a
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VII
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    • the child joy, but perhaps a good deal of toil and woe, in such a way
    • wanted to acquire it, as an embodied ideal. Tiredness certainly
    • stood as a kind of ideal for those anxious to learn, this idea
    • strive for a personal ideal.
    • and wanted to be ordinary men when not obliged to deal with their
    • great deal of confidence in a man who faced the hidden being in one
    • because the child takes in a great deal that is based on tradition.
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VIII
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    • what figures very widely as feeling and of how one deals with the
    • there shall also be found among the young, single ideals striving
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IX
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    • order to teach he took up history of art — and dealt with it
    • — not the external conditions but those dealing with the
    • have come to know a great deal. But it never leads us nearer to the
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture X
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    • Tragic Age of the Greeks, where he deals with philosophy in
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    • to an ideal condition, because the rest of human nature asserts its
    • different person. It is the ideal of science that everyone should be
    • just because he knows a great deal. This leads to absolute absurdity.
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    • NATURALLY a great deal
    • scientifically and verified by Nature, it becomes the ideal towards
    • soul. Nowadays a great deal of what constitutes a library is only



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