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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
    Matching lines:
    • might say: Yes, Goethe wrote
    • lived in Goethe's soul as mental representation.
    • have to point to the Goethean principle of metamorphosis, for
    • have to enter into the Goethean idea of metamorphosis —
    • that science of which Goethe lets Mephisto say “It makes
    • in the older version of Goethe's
    • — but the young Goethe wrote: “It makes itself an
    • when someone comes and would say to me: Goethe wrote
    • an attitude of mind which is also present in Goethe's natural
    • Goethe's work, and in many a word of Goethe's, so beautifully
    • considerations by bringing before you Goethe's many-sided
    • particular in their relationship with the human body. As Goethe
  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • unfolding, and as he measures this against Goethe's world
    • “Already in his (Goethe's) youth, the great
    • slag: a lengthy, but for the public in our (Goethe's) time an
    • calls upon Goethe, by saying: Whether one can truly say that we
    • can call upon Goethe, who says:
    • concludes his exposition by calling Goethe to witness. Only he
    • reflect on what Goethe actually says, the distinguished
    • the spirit, I seek to bring to expression the true Goethean
    • Goethe, when this attitude of soul gains authority more and
    • Goethe — may come to the genuinely Goethean attitude,
    • when he connects himself with those words of Goethe's which I



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