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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • necessarily materialists. Ziehen, for example, thinks of matter
    • the material facts make an impression on our senses, that which
    • wonderful play of material processes — and, as a result,
    • be decried as an extreme materialist. But when the spiritual
    • through the senses with material substance, so she unites
    • where she is most loosely united with the material, so that in
    • this realm the material process acts merely as a sign, an
    • because he does not wish to become a materialist; and the
    • materialist does not concern himself with it because he
    • representations which are materialistically colored to a
  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • realm and those who direct their attention to the material
    • phenomena, or also, as materialism maintains, as the necessary
    • Materialism, in its totality, can indeed be strictly proved
    • this or that argument which the materialist brings forward in
    • manner of material existence, be outwardly perceived.
    • purely material outward formation of the human body, he is
    • material processes, if we do not grasp the spirit in living
    • activity. Because that is just the essential nature of material
    • material bases. But the ether itself always escapes, in a
    • certain sense, from the material foundations. The ether appears
    • in union with material processes, it calls forth material
    • means which are bound to the material foundations. There has,
    • something beyond its own material basis, when it says of the
    • research proceeds from the material foundation; spiritual
    • idea of ether from the material side. And, if one truly wishes
    • “One cannot find, within the material elements of
    • of outer material substance, an invisible body, and this
    • material element. This can be easily understood if one
    • the outer environment sends the etheric from the material
    • moment when one ascends out of the usual materialistic way of
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