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- Title: Lecture 2: On the Meaning of Life
- characteristics of the wolf result from the kind of substance which
- forms the body of the wolf. We know that the substance of an animals
- body changes continually. An animal assimilates new substance and
- eliminates the old. In this way the consistency of the substance
- present in the wolf which changes the substance it assimilates into
- wolf-substance. Let us suppose that with all the means and methods of
- science we had found how long the wolf needs to renew his substance.
- substance of its physical body, it was fed on nothing but
- lamb-substance. If the wolf were nothing more than the physical
- substance from which its body is built, then it ought to have become
- are permeated by the most inward life of the substance of the soul.
- ascended thus far it may he said that something of the soul-substance
- feeling-substance, but only the abstract idea. That
- which lives in the feeling-substance unites with the