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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Lecture I: On Spengler's "Decline of the West"
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    • is that the author expressly states that he conceived the basic
    • politics and rights and the state, from which the economic life
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Lecture II: Oswald Spengler - I
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    • characterize the whole state of this man's soul. You need to
    • the human waking state. It has always regarded the intellect
    • this should be stated: the introduction to this second volume
    • the animal-world, and finds the former in the sleeping state
    • and the latter in the waking state.
    • movement. The waking state contains only tensions —
    • an existence with no waking state” — Good. He
    • following: This sleeping state in man, that which is
    • warrior, the statesman, general, man of the world,
    • contempt with which the soldiers and statesmen of all times
    • is a plain statement; in fact, plain enough for anyone to
    • warrior, the statesman, general, man of the world, merchant,
    • mentioned — statesmen, generals, men of the world,
    • the statesman, politician, etc., from the
    • statesmen of all times have looked down on the scribbler and
    • is the mark of the statesman that he comprehends with complete
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Lecture III: Oswald Spengler - II
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    • Spengler says: The statesman, the practical man, the merchant,
    • a plantlike nature, he really brings forth in a living state:
    • sleep is what is alive. The waking state brings forth thoughts;
    • state, the state of being more and more awake, which is to be
    • the waking state quite seriously. It would really like to pour
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article IV: Spengler's Spirit-Deserted History
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    • Spengler sees the state. He would like to grasp it in its
    • life of the state first evolves. This is because it lies
    • words: “The nobility is the true Estate, the sum of blood
    • of the ruling Estates.
    • translated as Estate, especially since he follows the
    • traditional grouping into three estates, nobility, clergy, and
    • In the “state” this stream is only as
    • which spring from the Estates, is crystallized into a sort of
    • illusion in the state, which seeks to hold fast in space (with
    • a diminished reality) what the Estates are continually
    • out between the Estates in the cooperation and clashes of the
    • the form of man and woman, family, people, estate, state,
    • Estates work out among themselves. But he has no eye for the
    • Estates and classes.
    • into him by Estates and classes. This world-historic
    • every spring-time has been the Estate in the most
    • it destroys by its notion of the Fourth Estate, the
    • matured forms. ... Thus the Fourth Estate becomes the
    • the historical “all,” not in the Fourth Estate or
    • in any other, but in Man (of all Estates) who now for the first
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