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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture I
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    • that is not of the present has been preserved there. We find nothing
    • nothing is clearly expressed — this state of thing[s] had existed
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture II
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    • its life of soul-and-spirit the little child derives nothing from
    • fit them. Nothing fits! On the one side there is the riddle “plant”
    • Objective science prides itself on having nothing of the ‘philo’
    • nothing, a Nothingness. In reality, the Nothingness was, as in the
    • Nothingness. It was a question of crossing an abyss. Such was the
    • what it means to be old. Nothing is known about it and that is why
    • actually lived on nothing but repetitions, on nothing but a heritage.
    • have been standing face to face with Nothingness. The soul is an
    • there is nothing in the soul that leads to the human reality; man has
    • found nothing yet that leads out of the Nothingness. At one time the
    • nothing to say to his son any more. Then people began to seek,
    • discovered that nothing more could be pressed out of reason. People
    • the feelings of men long since dead, because there was nothing left
    • that nothing more was to be got out of the men of the day. Such was
    • grew keener and keener that mankind was facing a Nothingness and that
    • nothing to tell their sons. And now the feeling was: We are facing a
    • Nothingness. People began to sense: The earth has in fact become new.
    • Nothingness could not, at the time of that Event, have been there.
    • Nothingness. It has even become impossible for theologians to
    • Nothingness.
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  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture III
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    • nineteenth century, the word spirit conveyed nothing to the mind,
    • nothing by way of experience. External culture, which alleges such
    • nothing new; all he has is the old kind of thinking and it is
    • heads, so away with the head; and then, of course, nothing can
    • waking and sleeping. Nothing can be achieved with the real being of
    • can carry into sleep nothing from the concepts we evolve through
    • controlling of experiments; and we can bring nothing of what is
    • is why the question of materialism is far from theoretical. Nothing
    • nothing. We may refute materialism as often as we like, nothing will
    • Theoretical refutations achieve nothing one way or the other. But
    • attack has usually nothing whatever to do with what I actually say.
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IV
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    • Nothingness”. It was necessary to emphasize, because of
    • Nothingness. This turning-point of the nineteenth century revealed
    • that he was faced with the Nothingness, that Nothingness which he had
    • Rée did his writing, just as a thermometer indicates nothing
    • For him there was nothing more important than to put aside the old
    • nebulous ideals they make nothing clear. In fact everything is
    • found himself facing the “Nothingness” at the end of the
    • Nothingness in a second period which began with Human All Too
    • period of facing the Nothingness by creating what is implicit in two
    • “Superman.” Ultimately there was nothing left but to call
    • yet there. After his grandiose experience of facing Nothingness,
    • discovered nothing that would bring evolution forward; these only
    • theoretically for nothing is to be gained by it. The human being has
    • results of experiment and observation. But thereby man gets nothing
    • of what is livingly spiritual, he gets nothing that he can unite
    • naturally with the living impulses of the soul. He gets nothing but a
    • “I am thirsting for something, and nothing I find out of
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture V
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    • that actually nothing more was known about them. For centuries
    • perceived nothing when they looked within themselves. They preserved
    • and nothing further was said by him on the subject. If mentioned,
    • With the loss of the old intuitions we are facing Nothingness. What
    • can be done? In this Nothingness to seek the “All”! Out
    • of this very Nothingness try to find something that is not given, but
    • brought forth through the intuitions out of the Nothingness by which
    • reality out of the Nothingness which confronted men, and it goes
    • science and nothing more, and this continued until, at the end of the
    • later life learnt nothing more; they simply repeated mechanically
    • to open one's mouth while others were saying that nothing should be
    • something living, nothing comes of it because, although spasmodic
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VI
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    • maintain the same attitude to Nothingness that I have described? For
    • If nothing of this consciousness exists there is quite a different
    • you embrace nothing that charms and require only submission” —
    • nothing that will please” — it will be of no avail. Just
    • relied, all such feelings will in future be as nothing compared with
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    • Nothingness” was a most profound experience — this
    • very best possible educational principle for ensuring that nothing at
    • there was nothing to give them direction. The young had no longer the
    • enthusiasm: “We shall allow nothing to come to us from outside;
    • function as they do, nothing can come with the power really to
    • know, and the world calls for this. But it has nothing to do with the
    • The other has nothing to do with the essential nature of knowledge.
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    • doing nothing and had apparently done nothing for a long time. But he
    • wanted to do even more “doing nothings” Then the
    • questioner said: “Well, you certainly are doing nothing,”
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IX
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    • be able to understand the physical body of man, nothing at all of the
    • the infant who can do nothing because it cannot receive milk from its
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture X
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    • one need not be surprised — for really nothing that goes beyond
    • nothing happens to enable this question of the young to be answered
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    • as though the head were entirely choked up so that it lets nothing
    • Everything stops short there. The rest of man receives nothing from
    • the world because the head allows nothing to reach it. The head has
    • heart and the rest of his organism is concerned, as if he had nothing
    • its stomach. The infant is all sense-organ. There is nothing in him
    • what is abstract and scientific, he experiences nothing of your soul.
    • understands nothing of what confronts one as the other human being
    • they have understood nothing whatever. Thus the configuration of soul
    • modern culture does nothing to develop a sense for this. But this
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    • a head, two arms and a body, and that was spirit. There was nothing
    • very reason that for the orthodox professor nothing in it is right.
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    • being changed into nothingness and newly created in us.
    • wanted to know nothing more of the dragon. The young are running away

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