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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • want to begin by pointing out where, in fact, the mistake in
    • With this I only want to point to the principle: one can have
    • standpoint of natural science, which is indeed the most
    • important standpoint today, one can only say, again and again:
    • life of the human soul, which, from the standpoint of natural
    • as a pure hypothesis. But he comes to a very curious point of
    • in this way one gradually comes to the point of no longer being
    • experience. For what we experience, if we assume the standpoint
    • one places oneself in the standpoint of this automatism, one
    • come to the point of view which I characterized in my book
    • as the standpoint which developed in the 19th century and has,
    • into our organism up to a certain point as if through gulfs or
    • the question is answered as it must be from the standpoint of
    • just from the standpoint of brain physiology against the union
    • have to point to the Goethean principle of metamorphosis, for
    • will, what can one take as one's starting point? One must begin
    • regard to just this point to so much that appears to be
    • to do with sensory nerves. From this point of view, someone
    • from an entirely different point of view in my last lecture and
    • discarded, and in which the point of view has arisen that the
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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • I would like to say, one ties oneself down to certain points of
    • by bringing forward opposing points of view. The same thing
    • holds true for the one whose point of view is a spiritual view
    • point of view, but also all that speaks against it. For
    • point. And such a person can be compared with someone who might
    • this question by way of introduction from the points of view
    • prejudice, he comes to a very different point of view in
    • relation to such a question. He comes to a point of view which
    • wrestling which I have pointed to — if one believes that
    • will they lead to the kind of result which I have pointed
    • point of view and the assertions of natural science. Regarded
    • through the ear there occurs what points to the fact that
    • natural scientific research points toward the recognition of
    • standing at the point where he is able to experience inwardly
    • again wish to use the expression — condensed to the point
    • of a process which from the viewpoint of the soul occurs beyond
    • from those points of view from which generally so many
    • through sense perception and sensation, at a certain point is
    • subconscious it is, to begin with, disappointed life
    • experienced disappointments. Through his education, or through
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