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"Here it has to begin all over again at its immediacy...and as if it had learned nothing from the experience of the spirits that had preceded. But recollection (Erinnerung) has conserved the experience....yet at the same time it commences at a higher level," p.476.

"This movement within itself expresses the absolute Being qua Spirit. Absolute Being, when not grasped as Spirit, is merely the abstract void," p. 450.

"The Oracle...is the necessary and first form of divine utterance," p. 417.

"These ancient gods, first born children of the union of Light with Darkness, Heaven, Earth, Ocean, Sun, earth's blind typhonic fire," p. 416.

"This therefore is Religion in the form of Art," p. 402.

"It knows that it has the universal, the law, immediately within itself, a law which, because of this characteristic of being immediately within consciousness as it is for itself, is called the Law of the Heart...

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