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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Lecture I: On Spengler's "Decline of the West"
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    • human evolution. For if this wisdom of initiation were entirely
    • wholly new initiation-wisdom should begin out of the human will
    • and human freedom. If we resign ourselves to the outer
    • in the outer world. But we, every individual human being
    • to the human will, to the good-will of men. Here in
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Lecture II: Oswald Spengler - I
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    • as a new force, if the human being of today wills it so. Of
    • remote from everything spiritual, from all inner human
    • definite kind of thinking is what humanity has achieved since
    • develop freedom of the human soul, or any kind of freedom for
    • development of human freedom, but instead employs it in
    • technical science the human being develops that configuration
    • brutal, demonic spiritlessness, compels the human being, when
    • contrast the machine compels the human being to develop
    • individual a hundredfold. Human life becomes precious for
    • century is a spectacle of such magnitude that to human beings
    • human economy has interfered greatly with the destinies of the
    • “And these machines are ever more dehumanized in their
    • becomes an entirely unsubstantial image, so that the human
    • the human being, as well as for world-evolution.
    • taking the mineral, the plant, the animal, and the human
    • transparent to us. So that when we look at the human being of
    • must say that as human being he has at this precise time
    • thinking reaches only the extra-human world, and no longer
    • comprehends the human. And the essential characteristic
    • of the human being, namely, that he can think, Oswald Spengler
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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Lecture III: Oswald Spengler - II
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    • that have become the possession of civilized humanity in
    • to see that just through reaction, human freedom can result
    • we go back in humanity's evolution, we find everywhere
    • back in the evolution of humanity to find that it is out of the
    • humanity's evolution when Oswald Spengler supposes that
    • that what the human being acquires through thoughts has nothing
    • ancient times made the human being of that time unfree. Men's
    • substance into human thoughts on the part of the Gods had
    • to cease; and as a result, human thoughts came more and more to
    • be images. The thoughts of the humanity of earlier times were
    • in the thoughts of ancient humanity, those substances
    • thought-substance. They acted upon human beings at that time
    • have any content whatsoever, the human being had, on the one
    • to the last third of the nineteenth; for during that time human
    • Power); this Being, then, influenced human souls, albeit
    • unconsciously in modern times. Human beings had themselves no
    • so forth, to become parasites, as it were, in the human social
    • to think with the unused human intellect. Human beings had
    • beings were present that had associated with human beings in
    • most recent centuries a human brain was gradually
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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article I: Spengler's "Perspectives of World History"
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    • the machine, human life becomes, precious ... The entire
    • their forms less and ever less human, more ascetic,
    • the real human essence. We cannot advance from the grasp
    • of the lifeless to the experiencing of the true human essence
    • time when the human soul becomes simply a mirror,
    • technology gives human thinking a stamp which leads to freedom.
    • spirit: but in this realm of death the free human soul
    • this clearness the strength to kindle the free human spirit
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article II: The Flight From Thinking
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    • really creative plant-like forces in human nature:
    • Life-experience and human knowledge address themselves
    • of human life. It was preceded by a picture-thinking, which was
    • human life, but it is the creator of all the early stages in
    • evaluating that period of time in which human evolution
    • purity, if we have absorbed in a full human way its coldness
    • course of human thinking. The ascent to this conscious
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article III: Spengler's Physiognomic View of History
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    • in the next culture and in this blossoming leads humanity
    • necessary because they lead humanity through experiences
    • Hegel's idea, that history manifests humanity's progress in the
    • which pierces the multiplicity of human history, you need
    • blood, human knowledge expanded over the past and
    • humanity enters the stage of the Magian religions. Man on earth
    • should live in all souls. The human ego is not yet placed
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article IV: Spengler's Spirit-Deserted History
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    • unconscious, instinctive human relations out of which the
    • Spengler's inquiry into the origins of human community
    • truth, in weaving thoughts as the basis for every human
    • humanity, in all significant Cultures and Civilizations,
    • with which there emerges for the first time in human history
    • humanity, which process lives itself out in the impulse



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