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“In another commentary to something called The Fourfold Gospel, the commentators follows Jamieson, et al. in insisting that the verse is a commission to make sure that no one holds themselves to be unworthy of the gospel.”
“After many years he brought forth the Great Runic Tetrad sometimes called the Fourfold Physick, a sigil so powerful that it would, if studied deeply by an adept, grant secret knowledge of the earth’s hidden forces and permit him thereby to bend them to his will.”
“We could then consider that this conception of world in the middle of the thirties is midway between the human Umwelt from 1927 and the world considered as the Geviert Fourfold in the fifties.”
“In the much later Heidegger, according to van Buren content-meaning, relational meaning and temporalizing meaning then become the Fourfold earth, sky, gods and mortals, poetic dwelling and the destiny of being.”
“Savitri Era: Fourfold soul-forces, four stages of life skip to main”
“Fourfold the Sons of Los in their divisions: and fourfold,”
“Fourfold vision is generation and destruction, life and death, or even life in death.”
“From this, he concluded that the general root of the principle of sufficient reason is the distinction between subject and object that we must presuppose as a condition for the very enterprise of looking for explanations (The Fourfold Root, Section 16) and as a condition for knowledge in general.”
“Schopenhauer's PhD dissertation of 1813, The Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason, examined what many philosophers have recognized as an innate tendency to assume that in principle, the universe is a thoroughly understandable place.”
“The Fourfold Root into his most famous book, The World as Will and Representation, which was completed in March of 1818 and published in December of that same year (with the date, 1819).”
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