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  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • creatures such as the saurians and water-tortoises, which were really
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • you the problem of Achilles and the tortoise, a problem I have often
    • we have the tortoise (s), who has a start on Achilles. Let us take
    • the moment when Achilles gets to the point marked 1. The tortoise is
    • every point covered by the tortoise, the tortoise will always be a
    • problem all right, but Achilles would soon catch the tortoise. The
    • same path as the tortoise and the tortoise is ahead, he will never
    • catch the tortoise. Although people would say this is absurd,
    • Achilles will soon catch the tortoise. And in doing this you uproot
    • never catch the tortoise. And why not? Because when we apply our
    • follows the tortoise that he passes through each point that the
    • tortoise passes through. Ideally this is so; in reality he does
    • nothing of the kind. His stride is greater than that of the tortoise.
    • He does not pass through each point of the path of the tortoise. We
    • whether Achilles can catch the tortoise, you may indeed begin by
    • tortoise and can never catch it.” This may be strictly
    • demonstrated. Then you can make an experiment. You place the tortoise
    • tortoise is soon caught.
    • reasoning about Achilles and the tortoise. It is simply not as it is



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