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Master the Content
George O'Neil described study of The Philosophy of Freedom in this way:
"First, we immerse ourselves within the text to master the content, eliminating personal preference and emphasis. Then, unexpected meanings emerge, revealing interdependence and symmetries that weave the single thoughts into a whole."
Says Goethe: "To have the whole thing in your heart, you must have conned its every part." To which Rudolf Steiner added: "First read for substance, then read again for form."

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Preface video 1: Principles Of Individual Life

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Preface video 2: Principles Of Individual Truth 1-5

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Preface video 3: Principles Of Individual Truth 6-7

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Preface video 4: Principles Of Individual Truth 8

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Preface video 5: Principles Of Individual Truth 9-12

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Chapter 3 How To Think, Not What To Think

3-0 To Think Or Not Think

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3-1 Observation

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3-2 Observation Of Feeling

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3-3 Thinking Observation

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3-4 Thinking About Thinking

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3-5 Knowing The Concept

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3-6 Pure Thinking

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3-7 I think, Therefore I Am Certain

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3-8 Remaining Within Thought

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3-9 Creat Thinking Before Knowing It

© Tom Last 2017