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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • concepts through the facts — whether these facts are
    • reason, Ziehen denies altogether the justification to speak of
    • else that hangs together with this process, everything which
    • ourselves, but rather inwardly linking together impressions
    • world whether we form mental images about it or not; the world
    • the nerves. Willing is altogether non-existent for the natural
    • can really observe soul-bodily processes whether through such
    • trouble our heads today whether or not, in reality, we shall
    • “The question which I intend to discuss is whether,
    • inner gesture which does hang together with what I have today
  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • Breathing in assumes breathing out, both belong together. So
    • breathing in, and only in their living working together does
    • will, indeed, altogether, the life of the human being as soul,
    • reaches out to that which one usually calls ether. The idea of
    • ether is an extraordinarily difficult one, and one can say: the
    • various thoughts which have been developed about the ether,
    • ether, which means thinking about the world not only as filled
    • substances, but to think of it as filled with ether. What is
    • fails to ascend to an understanding of what the ether actually
    • material bases. But the ether itself always escapes, in a
    • certain sense, from the material foundations. The ether appears
    • therefore, developed in recent times a strange ether-concept,
    • of the ether which one can already find today among physicists,
    • goes in the direction of saying: the ether must be —
    • ether, it possesses aspects which research, with its methods,
    • acceptance of an ether, but with its methods is unable to come
    • to fill out this representation of the ether with any
    • the concept of ether, only from the other side. The spiritual
    • natural scientist who postulates the concept of an ether. For
    • the natural scientist at least forms the concept of an ether;
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