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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • necessary for me to use expressions, ideas and mental
    • feeling which is expressed when I say: I have repugnance for
    • repugnant to me” I instinctively give expression to the
    • therefore, human feeling expresses itself in the bodily
    • expressions of the life of feeling will be wonderfully
    • wanted to use an expression — such expressions are not
    • expression for the wonderful way in which the soul life is
    • use the expression, as something complete in itself. Already
    • I should now use an expression for the connection between the
    • system. The breathing life is less a faithful expression
    • pictorial expression of the soul's experience. It is far more
    • an expression of such a kind that I would wish to compare it
    • this breathing life is a less exact expression of the
    • we consider it as the formative expression of the life of
    • expression of the life of mental images. Through the fact,
    • transparent, just as little as picture writing expresses as
    • just because of this, in that which expresses itself in the
    • expresses itself in the entire organism, in everything which
    • bodily formative expression in metabolic processes; nerve
    • may coin the expression — then we have the whole human
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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • expresses it: In the sphere in which world conceptions arise,
    • doing so, one must often express oneself quite differently than
    • when one expresses oneself according to the habits of thought
    • of ordinary life. But the way in which one expresses oneself
    • bodily-physical; a way of looking which expresses itself in the
    • for the human being. Simply expressed, we can think of the
    • again wish to use the expression — condensed to the point
    • conception, he comes to the following expression:
    • soul, indeed, the point of view expressed by a man to whom I
    • following way, as it is expressed in the conclusion of the
    • upon Wagner in order to lend expression to the thought of how
    • the spirit, I seek to bring to expression the true Goethean

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