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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • of this attitude that all that springs which is present today
    • seriousness of his scientific attitude of mind, if it were not
    • attitude of mind characterized above has led to the situation
    • general attitude and thus becomes — pardon the expression
    • sentence, which, however, expresses the attitude and gesture of
    • that this attitude must gradually lead to the enlightenment of
    • thought to have been said! But it is an attitude of mind, an
    • contrast to this, we must reach back and build on that attitude
    • an attitude of mind which is also present in Goethe's natural
    • genuine attitude of soul which can lead to a truthful
    • these words we become aware of the attitude of heart and mind
  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • allows him to consider as more important the inner attitude of
    • attitude of heart and mind of the spiritual researcher is, and
    • There stands in opposition to such a cognitive attitude of
    • has developed an attitude of mind which completely denies that
    • attitude of mind and of heart. For, we can forgive one or
    • however, when the attitude of soul, which arises in Jacques
    • Goethe, when this attitude of soul gains authority more and
    • which can arise as an attitude of mind and heart out of
    • Goethe — may come to the genuinely Goethean attitude,



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