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  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • individual thinkers as a satisfactory answer to this major
    • of education. In particular he drew attention to the fact that
    • further than Plotinus did into this, that is, in fact into the
    • Certainly, such an answer cannot be satisfactory to those who
    • upon the fact that something could come out of the objects
    • and leads us into the actual facts that should not be
    • whole world as a benefactor. We must find our abode in the
    • Otherwise we have no duty to be benefactors in the world,
    • selfishness can be transformed into becoming a benefactor
    • follows from this, that a human must in fact protect him or
    • world. In fact, one must be clear, that one sees one's own evil
    • present through the fact that a human being permits his/her
    • forward in the spirit world? Through the fact that we are a
    • Hartmann, we can see from that fact that, at the time of
    • sincerity is shown from the fact that he, when he came to this
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 1: Popular Occultism, Introtroduction
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    • fact. In the ancient Hebrew religion, the occult word “I”
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 2: Man's Ascent into the Supersensible World
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    • This important fact indicates
    • you produced the corresponding thought-form; but also the fact which
    • morality, but to establish it by facts pertaining to the higher worlds.
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 3: The Different Conditions of Man's Life After Death
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    • in other pictures with flames of fire. In fact, the soul suffers a burning
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 4: The Devachanic World
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    • the facts pertaining to this world. We should moreover, bear in mind
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 5: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • The fact that we live through
    • fact that a returning human being must surround himself with new astral
    • are due to the fact that he does not entirely fit into it, many inner
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 6: Man's Return to a New Earthly Life
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    • as bell-like shapes, which arise through the fact that the astral substance
    • a kind of putrefaction process in their astral bodies. The invading
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 7: Effects of the Law of Karma
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    • is due to the fact that in a past life such a person had unsatisfactory
    • a next life in a definite physical constitution, namely in the fact
    • with the fact of reincarnation and Karma? Many will try to oppose reincarnation
    • error. Mathematical truths also arise through the fact that the opposite
    • the contrary, he also works on the remaining world. The fact that man
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 8: The Evolution of Man and of the Solar System; the Atlantic Evolution
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    • the spiritual world contains the documents and facts of which we shall
    • lived on the Atlantean continent, is a fact advanced by Occultism. Our
    • example, Noah's rainbow, it's not a symbol, but it expresses the fact
    • sense of devotion for facts which others criticize. Here we may apply
    • from the head. Human evolution consisted in fact that the etheric body
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 9: Lemurian Development
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    • the fact that man was endowed with a living soul.
    • of certain beings is only possible through the fact that others sacrifice
  • Title: i Spirituality: Lecture 1: Historical Symptomology, the Year 790, Alcuin, Greeks, Platonism, Aristotelianism, East, West, Middle, Ego
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    • from real knowledge. This is one fact which, in a certain sense, I should like to mention as
    • Another fact which, from a look at history, I
    • individual facts which can be outwardly observed in the physical world but, out of an
    • which can only be found by someone who knows how to get a total view of the facts in what in a
    • sense is a poetic way, but in fact produces a true picture. Attention was also drawn to how in
    • were pursued but only a sense that was developed for the external world of facts. Attention was
    • also drawn to the fact that, with regard to this last question, one can only come to clarity
    • behind the sensible-physical facts, and it is in real spiritual forces such as these that the
    • of humanity and we will do so today in such a way that, through our considerations, certain facts
    • symptomatology constituted from the fact that one is aware that behind what takes it course as
    • the stream of physical-sensible facts lie the driving spiritual forces. But everywhere in
    • Let us suppose that this is a flow of historical facts (see diagram). The driving forces lie, for
    • ordinary observation, below the flow of these facts. And if the eye of the soul observes the flow
    • are significant points in this flow of facts. And these significant points are distinguished by
    • the fact that what is otherwise hidden comes here to the surface. Thus we can say: Here, in a
    • that, within the abundance of facts, the important thing is to find a
    • to a fact in the history of Western European humanity which, from the point of view of the usual
    • the facts, the view that death is not something real resembles the view which says: Cold is not
    • This directs us at the outset to the fact that two
    • the fact that it is directed primarily to what the human being experiences between birth and
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  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 2: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 1
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    • fact that the strong egoistical forces of the consciousness-soul, which are opposed to a social
    • In fact,
    • This arises because the Bolshevism making itself felt there is in fact a foreign
    • which led to the great colonizations, has arisen, in fact, through the confluence of the
    • Consider the fact that from Europe France colonized
    • can safely say that history also shows that when two do the same thing it is in fact not the
    • politically, purely politically and without any economic impulse — in fact, against all
    • is borne by the fact that both in the West and the East — we shall consider only these two
    • appears. The outer appearance can, in fact, be just appearance. It is possible for us to confront
    • work through them. There are in fact a large number of people, for example in the West, who are
    • system and in the sensory-nervous system. There are in fact three kinds of beings of this nature
    • in sects and the like, but whose humanity is constituted in the fact that it is not simply a
    • fact that it is given to the West to develop a specifically economic way of thinking. The
    • take into account spiritual factors like these that are present in human evolution. Indeed the
    • to give itself new form — all spirituality of the civilized world is, in actual fact, a
    • which, however, is in fact a particularly subtle form of self-seeking, a particulary subtle
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 3: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 2
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    • spiritual life is, in fact, completely decadent. This spiritual life is of such a nature that it
    • is to be traced to the fact that it is actually conceived by the people of the East, even by the
    • so much in the abstract concepts of Marxism, but essentially in the fact that its bearers are
    • whole civilized world. Rome ended in complete decadence, brought about essentially by the fact
    • It comes from the fact that, in
    • spirit. In fact, the most faithful pupils of the Ecumenical Council of 869
    • element, the old traditions would be superimposed: in fact only the physical and the soul element
    • — almost, as it were, with one's bare hands — the fact that this is as I have
    • most outstanding human beings, of the Centre give weight to: the fact that the human being, as he
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 4: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 3
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    • It is an extremely important fact that Schiller's
    • — of the fact that the outer structure of human society must not be monolithic but must be
    • These things direct us indeed to the fact that this
    • have indicated this fact — that the economic life today continually works towards its own
    • expunged from America he fondly believes that America has been Germanized, when in fact he
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 5: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 4
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    • — the education of humanity as a whole in the near future-by the facts of this human
    • from the fact that it is just in this time that we find the particular development and
    • world-being — and did, in fact, penetrate to its spirituality. Thus was knowledge
    • This is all connected with the fact that, in those
    • In fact, people become reactionaries in a grand
    • gains a life of its own and that, despite the fact that he brought it forth from the intellect,
    • idea of this, but it will be so nevertheless. People will discover, in fact, how the objects of
    • was the decisive factor, it was now the piece of paper. Those times drew near for which many
    • things are characteristic. A lawyer once said to me during a discussion I had with him: The fact
    • discussion ceases, for only the factual is left, the actuality of what an individual has
    • to the place he is meant to be. Here the educational factor becomes a specifically social one. It
    • Things are described there of which they do not have the foggiest notion. The fact is of course
    • could in fact already show how psychology, and, indeed, even mathematics, point towards spiritual
    • Movement — the fact that precisely in this area a kind of inner opposition is clearly
    • see, is in fact an introduction to a study of the Christ-experience in the twentieth century.
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 5
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    • place as a fact, but as a fact which, in its inner essence, can never be grasped by the
    • Christianity as mystical Fact.
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact,
    • forms. Many external facts show how this dialectical-legal, political thinking, in which the old
    • was placed in this social order by the gods themselves through the recognizing of this fact by
    • present, according to his comprehension, the entry of the Christ-force into the world. The fact
    • the time had not yet come. In fact, one could only give onself up to the illusion that one
    • to many difficult conditions. Take the fact that the existing accounts concerning the Mystery of
    • This was the most important fact right into the
    • change of teeth, the child lives in imitation. Imitation is, in fact, nothing less than a
    • arises an enormous new responsibility for pedagogy and didactics. There arises the fact that one
    • significance in our modern time and, in fact, there should be no more teaching without insight
    • impossible structures can only spring up through the fact that peace is made by the people of the
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 7: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 6
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    • science. And this is connected with the fact that popular science has totally captivated the
    • twentieth century had to give us a taste of the fact that there can be a man, marvelled at by
    • regions of the soul. For if one does not face honestly the fact that by establishing an order of
    • this dissatisfaction, which properly educated children will begin to have in the very near
    • I will disregard the fact that this Doctor of Divinity, Karl
    • neural energy! One can disregard the fact that this man can of course only speak of saved neural
    • jurisprudence and similar branches of teaching. Modern humanity should take note of this fact.
    • For it is in this fact — not in speeches that Woodrow-Wilsonism fabricates out of words
    • conscientiousness', he has never directed his mind to the fact that, as has been shown, nothing
  • Title: Abbreviated Title: Lecture I:
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    • during the time after death. Through the fact that our soul-spiritual
    • concern themselves with the fact that they will also be eaten; that does
  • Title: Talk To Young People:
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    • this should not be just a phrase. Let us be awake to the fact that
  • Title: "Heaven and Earth will pass away but my words will not pass away"
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    • Moon-stage. And we must remind ourselves of the fact that, in a certain
    • is true to fact. The man in us has a still duller consciousness —
    • to be quite clear of the fact that imaginations, inspirations and
    • evolution. And you will realize that, if this is the fact, we, by means
    • holds a nebulous idea, for the concrete fact is that everything is
    • childish concept. For this atom in actual fact has come into being in a
    • and returned at 3 p.m.! — We discovered the same fact — two
    • it is not the observation of a fact, but rather the circumstances
    • through which the fact is brought about that matters. For example, a
    • their inner nature, but must be content with the outer fact. Very
    • fact, but I also trace its evolution.” But they only trace the
    • evolution of the physical, — they always cling to the fact.
    • of the fact that our Bau represents a beginning only, we shall view it
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture I: Tree of Life - I
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    • purely objective fact: in short, what happened as the entry of the
    • on the one hand the Mystery of Golgotha entered as objective fact,
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. And this struggle as a matter of fact
    • Now there is a peculiar fact, a fact
    • him, which expresses itself in his form and which in fact is derived
    • trees of Life; ash and elm. And with this the following fact stands
    • what came out of the South through Europe, pointing to the fact that
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture II: Tree of Life - II
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    • the same facts somewhat more subjectively, will give our attention to
    • will place once more before our soul the familiar fact of the
    • spoken on one occasion of how the fact now expressed can be
    • waking life. This fact too, of which everyone can really very easily
    • everyday knowledge is really influenced by the fact of the Luciferic
    • fact to be known from many occult perceptions. This is the fact that
    • it is a fact that can shatter one — in, one might
    • that underlies this whole world of facts when we see: in the same
    • this (yellow spots) — (c). And the important fact
    • the fact that we have partaken of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good
    • ordinary human knowledge, all in fact which we can acquire about the
    • Hence arises this fact also: we gain
    • it, is extinguished every night. So let us hold these facts before
    • to Ahriman. We know, in fact, that Ahriman has his kingdom in the
    • consequences for our human life of these facts. Let us first examine
    • the fact that from our going to sleep to awaking, Lucifer claims our
    • fact that they felt: Beneath what we can grasp in concepts lies the
    • would happen if we were not at the mercy of the fact that on waking
    • Then its development would lead it to reject the facts which are
    • the fact that Christ lived in Jesus. A Christology is just as
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  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture III: The Power of Thought
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    • that the images in fact reproduce something of the world. This is the
    • fact that every thought is essentially different from what people
    • hence, on the one hand, the Luciferic element originated in the fact
    • It was in fact the karma of Western
    • sculpture as well as in poetry, in fact in philosophy too. If you
    • reached in such form, we cannot as a matter of fact succeed in
    • therefore a certain apex in human evolution. One can in fact say this
    • facts in the right connection.
    • incision was not made all at once, it was in fact made in various
    • then, under the influence of the Roman Republic. One must in fact
    • the proper instruments for the gods. And with this is linked the fact
    • of him. His limitation only lay in the fact that he could reach no
    • understanding of the fact that something entirely new had now arisen
    • the accomplishment of this fact. You must remember that in early
    • little. As a matter of fact even with our spiritual science we are
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture IV: Harmonizing Thinking, Feeling and Willing
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    • creating, and activity. We saw how through this fact man comes to the
    • pointed out that this originates from the fact that certain spiritual
    • fact that here within, it is raying out and continually calling forth
    • Man, in fact, experiences as his inner world, his feeling-and
    • however, give our chief attention to this: that as a matter of fact,
    • is connected with the fact that certain Luciferic beings of the
    • here again we encounter a fact of such a nature that it is
    • incompatible, with the reality of this fact, with the whole fact of
    • actually lies behind this? What lies behind it is the fact that men
    • died,’ men must really grasp the fact that all inanimate
    • inter-connection of the two Jesus boys, through the fact that
    • upwards and it works upwards through the fact that something enters
    • universal truth. Here you have the facts as to how, from a certain
    • through what they are — for they are, in fact,
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture V: Tree of Knowledge - I
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    • world-conception, there can naturally never play a role, the fact
    • earth as cause and effect. But it would not include that fact that
    • indeed, how in fact his whole causality only depends on the fact that
    • as a matter of fact, such worms are the people who philosophize today
    • fact, what other beings up above are seeing, and that his
    • throughout of the fact that when we speak of these three worlds in
    • consists fundamentally in the fact that the whole evolution (origin
    • distinct configurations through the fact that this has taken place.
    • we see something rests upon the fact that the sun's rays or other
    • facts veiled in the myth. Only reflect how already in ancient Greek
    • feeling of facts, and the presentation plunges into symbolism. When
    • rightly know which facts are meant to be spiritual. Something that
    • lies centuries earlier may be related later. Sometimes, too, facts
    • into space. With this is connected, as I have explained, the fact
    • have it for myself is induced by the fact that my senses find it good
    • how, precisely through the fact that a priest came forward instead of
    • the fact that the folk song passed over into the youthful lyric
    • microcosmic mystery has in fact a macro-cosmic counterpart, and if
    • behind the surface of facts, and beyond space and time.
    • fact that we can so inwardly accompany the true poet although he
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture VI: Tree of Knowledge - II
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    • seen in the fact that during sleep the ears are naturally influenced
    • of what in fact works as the external world. You can indeed follow
    • things, my dear friends, if we regard the true facts of the case, if
    • It is obvious that in face of such facts
    • deceive himself but only looks at facts. Only the good will,
    • fact that there are people in spiritual scientific movements who
    • existence. For the fact that man today can at any time bring thoughts
    • fact that something separated itself, as Old Moon, from the
  • Title: World Downfall and Resurrection
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    • heritage from an earlier form of knowledge — was a fact
    • soul. This very fact indicates that man's whole way of looking
    • unmistakable indication of the fact that what was previously
    • as a matter of fact, the thoughts become genuinely
    • course, not from the natural but from the moral facts of human
    • very fact that we need no longer allow ourselves to be led
    • fact that the intellect has faded into shadow is good in
    • Father God, is the creative principle. But facts like this pass
  • Title: Lecture: Philosophy and Anthroposophy
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    • of the soul, create an impression of dissatisfaction with life. Such
    • calling attention, at the present day, to the fact that an inwardly real
    • wholly ignorant of the fact that all the teachings of Indian, Egyptian, and
    • first thinker to be considered in this sense is, in fact, Thales.
    • in a characterization of philosophy as such does not centre round the fact
    • in Aristotle, is the fact that he necessarily rejects all other sources (or
    • the source of the knowledge of positive facts, be it due to man's
    • with that technique of thinking which Aristotle discovered. And, in fact,
    • entirely from the soil of Aristotelian logic. There was, in fact, a twofold
    • a permanency. The second arose from the fact that, as time went on, an
    • was, therefore, in addition to the fact that Aristotle's influence was
    • here intended of this fact; we do not wish even to suggest that it could
    • him.” The followers of Aristotle had, in fact, become a grievance;
    • from experience. Our judgment can only derive certainty from the fact that
    • case been entirely neglected — namely, the fact that the name
    • further significant fact presents itself. Pure thought thus conceived
    • insight into these facts is conditional to all true knowledge of reality.
  • Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture I: The Pedagogy of the West and of Central Europe: The Inner Attitude of the Teacher
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    • He states fact that successful teaching requires a living synthesis of the
    • especially teachers whose attention should be drawn to the fact
    • — it is this crucial fact above all, to which attention
    • sensible pedagogy today; it is fact that the men of our time are hardly
    • to nobody to alter, re-think or do away with textbooks.) It is a fact, for
    • facts about plants or animals, so that it is made difficult for children to
    • can be observed best in our universities. What are our universities in fact
    • he can't really be satisfied with it. In fact, a work of art when finished
    • stand in our classroom, conscious of the fact that it is a good tiling we
    • the elaboration of abstract principles. In fact this diversity of life is
  • Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture II: The Three Fundamental Forces in EducatioN
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    • He states fact that successful teaching requires a living synthesis of the
    • outer expression for the fact that in the child's organism up to then
    • activity, notwithstanding the fact that it proceeds from the physical body.
    • is the medium — and I am in fact working with forces
    • would like to draw your attention to a fact that must have our particular
    • flow out too actively into the world. In fact, a man always has the
    • sense how unsatisfactory it must always be to make use of conventional
  • Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture III: Spiritual Knowledge of Man as the Fount of Educational Art
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    • He states fact that successful teaching requires a living synthesis of the
    • to distinguish understanding. And here we have to be clear about the fact
    • assimilating what we perceive and visualise. Through this fact though, that
    • which are in fact the same thing as sensory nerves; so that all we
    • first talk. You can do this very well if you feel it. Through the fact that
    • fact that we all take it for granted, it is a wonderful and mysterious
    • you of Goethe's theory of colour. Quite apart from the fact that
    • where everything points to the fact that there is no part of our body
  • Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture IV: The Art of Education Consists of Bringing Into Balance the Physical and Spiritual Nature of the Developing Human Being
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    • He states fact that successful teaching requires a living synthesis of the
    • stress has been laid on the fact that that which has hitherto worked in the
    • two-sided description of one and the same fact. Indeed, we gain a true
    • spiritual science nothing can be characterised without approaching a fact
    • cause of the criminality and brutality of some men lies in the fact that
    • similar fact in the realities of life. Living reality cannot be contained
    • factors of life which are all important so that we never bring out one side
    • or another too strongly but rather develop a feeling for the fact that in
    • this important fact in various connections before, but I should like to
    • out of our soul. From the fact that on the one hand the air, a certain
    • be in a chemical compound. What has this fact to do with man? This, that it
    • is a cosmic picture of the other fact, namely that in man the astral body
    • male parent but from the entire cosmos. In fact the human head is conceived
    • witness to the fact — strides with his heels. All these
    • stand outside the reality of things. The fact is that certain things will
  • Title: Social Understanding: Lecture II: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • He states fact that successful teaching requires a living synthesis of the
    • you do not regard man purely superficially you will be struck by the fact
    • through the fact that the force we use in our souls to remember with is the
    • fourteenth year. There is no doubt that they are bodily processes, in fact
    • the child does not just get the sort of lessons where it matter-of-factly
    • fact that our blood is becoming weak, by attaching all the more importance
    • will not doubt this fact, for the way spiritual science is received by
    • about the fact that the sort of social improvement people long for today is
  • Title: Buddha and the Two Boys: Lecture I: Buddha and the Two Boys of Jesus
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    • is usually such that first facts of the Akashic Chronicle are made known,
    • Gospels, which can be understood correctly only with the help of the facts
    • currents much too abstractly. In fact, however, they are realized in
    • precise version of the teaching of compassion and love. By the fact that
  • Title: Lecture: Art As A Bridge Between The Sensible And The Supersensible
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    • should in fact imbue us inwardly and resonate throughout our entire life:
    • “I” becomes significant through the fact
    • contemplate in fact only what we have in common with all other people.
  • Title: Raphael's Mission in the Light of the Science of the Spirit
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    • become aware of the significance of the fact that the human
    • in sensory images. And does this not then in fact become part
    • faction drove the other from the city. After a brief expulsion,
    • something altogether different in fact make its appearance?
    • his disposition appeared in the Greek artefacts then being
    • accord with the facts. There is a saying that seems obvious,
    • experience. And the fact that we do not need to think in terms
    • Raphael gave to humanity will live on as evidence of the fact
  • Title: Leonardo's Spiritual Stature: Lecture
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    • occasion as the result of flooding. Many other factors
    • a painter. Leonardo was also an excellent musician, in fact
    • the external means were wholly inadequate. Should he in fact
    • satisfaction the greatest conceivable work he undoubtedly
    • needs to proceed from a certain viewpoint. Despite the fact
    • a task the execution of which could not bring him satisfaction,
    • eye was in fact to see what Leonardo had actually conjured onto
    • have often drawn attention to the fact that the further we go
    • footsteps; and it misconstrues the actual facts altogether to
    • so! Why is this? It derives from the fact that in Greek times
    • times, but to indicate the underlying facts.
    • and souls are in fact embedded in the supersensible realm. They
    • It is connected with the fact that the human soul can be
  • Title: Fairy Tales: in the light of Spiritual Investigation
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    • of a genuine and true fairy tale mood have in fact to be sought
    • spiritual investigation, discovers a peculiar fact.
    • and spiritual facts, things often proceed in much the same way.
    • Spiritual investigation reveals one very interesting fact
    • Connecting this with a further fact arising from these
    • already spoken of the fact — and will do so again in
    • related to the soul-spiritual beings and facts of the universe.
    • in fact take place in the depths of the soul, such that the
    • In fact, unknowingly the solitary human soul — it is
    • factor I should like to add here. I am able to establish
    • experiences the fact that it has undergone an existence,
    • across this fairy tale, long after the facts I have mentioned
    • prevailing occurrences and facts of the universe. Even if
    • fact true: the human being exerts an influence from the
    • — reason! This does in fact stand unconsciously
    • somewhat indefinitely and on an unsatisfactory note, we
    • diminished if one has a feeling for the fact that the
    • expressed in the simplest possible form. In fact, one
  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
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    • phenomena and facts of past centuries. This adaptability, this
    • materials, external facts, were of enormous importance for
    • assembling external facts. In this way, the facts themselves
    • achieve satisfaction. He describes having taken up the material
    • to his own satisfaction in uniting himself completely with the
    • Herman Grimm in fact write this book without any preliminary
    • artistic soul of Herman Grimm touches upon these facts of the
    • or of “karma,” but in simply letting the facts
  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 1
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    • economic imperialism. But most important is the fact that
    • more or less forgotten. Even Catholics understand little of the fact
    • And the expression for the fact that people no longer believed that
    • God. But these are all real historical factors, real facts which
    • facts, without being emotionally tinged. Since the seventeenth
    • remains hidden. And now we come to an important factor upon which
  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 2
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    • factors in social life, are now merely leftovers from older times as
    • fact will always be another fact, not an abstract concept. Therefore
    • when one sees through the fact that everything he says is necessarily
    • Wilson, when ones sees through the fact that Wilsonian politics were
  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 3
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    • indisputable power factor. In public life there was in reality
    • discussion was grounded in the fact that a god in human form walked
    • fact it was not done during those times when the conditions I have
    • heavenly facts and personalities, then one can hold the opinion that
    • the fact that people are so terribly superficial and pay no attention
    • to the facts. If you decide to decide according to objective
    • him. That is what must be striven for, to take the facts into
    • the fact that the only reality is economic life and how it is
    • consideration — the fact that what occurs in the historical
    • this tendency does not reckon with the fact that with every new
    • our psychological and social life. We must be clear about the fact
    • much as possible the facts and simply aim slanderous accusations from
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    • overall view of nature. Schiller found this unsatisfactory and
    • the single element of the perceived facts, and then to search
    • simplest, which possibly have the most manageable facts —
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    • Waldorf-Astoria Cigarette factory. Next, we had a very specific
    • around many questions which always leave unsatisfactory results.
    • principles there is often a certain dissatisfaction today
    • diverse kinds of educational practices bear witness to the fact
    • “satisfactory”, “nearly satisfactory”,
    • “nearly not satisfactory”, “less
    • satisfactory” and so on. I have to confess to you, I was
    • satisfactory” and “nearly not satisfactory”
    • practice — which doesn't depend on “satisfactory”,
    • “nearly satisfactory” and so on for the individual
    • items — has been accepted with a certain inner satisfaction
    • in fact? He took money out of the drawer in the same way his
    • impulse, an effective factor in our social life!
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    • be a strange fact to me which took me by surprise because
    • these old cultures, that factual thinking, in the sense as it
    • other one is a fact connected to that shift in humanity's
    • general laws for economic life if economic facts are not
    • mere observation of factual economic relationships in
    • definitions for a long time, and that has in fact happened.
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    • a factual sphere made scientific methods inapplicable in
    • confronted on the one hand with the fact of fully recognising
    • in objects of nature, the examination of facts of nature which
    • Intuition. This is simply a fact for further progress in inner
    • judgement. I ask that this judgement, which is a fact, which I
    • In fact, it is clear to those who research through
    • is an extraordinary fact that in western countries where
    • arrive at an inner objective fact. With all possible detail
    • important fact of the earthly life of humanity, as something
    • fact. We have within the anthroposophic movement experienced
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    • humanity and this fact should not cause us to undervalue those
    • And it should also make us conscious of that fact that although
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    • mind the fact that the Guardian stands before the [entrance to]
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    • a real spiritual being, a real spiritual fact stands before you
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    • me. But we are not aware of the fact that, in the sense that we
    • the fact that the inner movements of light are contained in our
    • must be very conscious of the fact that in the Guardian of the
    • fact that when you are thinking you are living in the entire
    • us - which in fact it is. It is the world of air, the world
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    • must be clear about the fact that when we look around in the
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    • seriously is shown by the fact that since the relatively
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    • spiritual facts between falling asleep and awakening; were he
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    • Despite the fact that a number of new members of this Esoteric
    • continually consumes and kills something in us, how in fact it
    • statement begins with the permission as a real fact, not as a
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    • effectiveness for those who are present. These are facts, not
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    • fact that this Esoteric School exists under the direct force of
    • lesson, your attention is expressly drawn to the fact that the
    • occult fact that esoteric matters are only effective if they
    • for personal pleasure, in fact it is good. But one should admit
    • feeling as a dim dream. In fact, we see feeling - which makes
    • the fact that whatever relates to the will is in a sleeping
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    • most important for me is the fact presented: there worked a
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    • said — when one wants to briefly characterise this serious fact
    • very peculiar fact now transpired, showing how many
    • economic life. This is an important, penetrating fact of
    • this fact when the economy is not considered through persuasion
    • is in fact threefold.
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    • (mutation of the world), in which certain scientific facts and
    • some or other scientific facts adjusted as truth and
    • actual fact an equality between one person to another and which
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    • creation of criticism about social facts of the present day are
    • understand is both a world historic and also a social fact of
    • developed over the last decades, a significant fact, one among
    • fact is presented here which has attracted some sceptics.
    • characterization of the social facts in the present time is
    • theoretical trend in true discussions because the facts are
    • presented with these urgent and burning facts but how even in
    • has thinking processes grown out of these facts. It is obvious
    • daily satisfaction coming from everyday experiences of life
    • masks today and play a role in the facts. Certainly, on the one
    • people — but when the fact is stressed regarding the
    • organism. One needs to look away from the fact that it may well
    • Karl Marx used various erroneous ways to point out basic facts.
    • relevant now when an erroneous fact became so powerful in
    • millions of human souls that it became a social fact. This is
    • As a result, essential economic factors and economic elements
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    • more and more. It will become the determining factor towards
    • demanding certain satisfaction; how that changes in relation to
    • existence in confrontation. The essential fact in this fight,
    • decisive factor through human experience when the big legal
    • is becoming a limiting factor, even in the real sense it is
    • becoming a limiting factor. People need to become aware once
    • or other program in order to bring good fortune or satisfaction
    • factors work on the other side of the border, then the system
    • must greet the possibility with a certain satisfaction that out
    • satisfaction that misfortune actually has taught some people a
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    • I consider necessary with regard to the facts which the social
    • something out of mere theory, mere outer dry and sober facts
    • following facts came about.
    • acknowledge the entire scope of this fact one should not only
    • concepts, which in fact makes out the form of one of the
    • Just take a single fact, take the most recently appeared fact
    • fundamental social facts in what I've just said. They will
    • examples — the fact that in certain regions, rather
    • place themselves within the economic life as a constant factor,
    • like people are one of the independent economic factors. This
    • side plays from the natural foundations of given factors.
    • in the goods market to how the natural factors work. One will
    • factors and interests would be needed. One would then have a
    • of its factors when only economically active interests appear
    • ruling factor. This interest however brings quite a specific
    • today when the facts are expressed often in a frightening way,
    • myself to speak about this evening. The facts speak clearly in
    • some areas. The facts also clearly say: the more people, who
    • both, are only involved with economic factors which take place
    • between both factors, on this basis people stand equally before
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    • the all too necessary facts. This development brought about the
    • can't deny this — the facts teach us — in both
    • future and the facts of the present carried it into abundance.
    • forged by the machine. Into the factory he was packed,
    • the facts threatened and no longer allowed anything else to be
    • facts as originating from the social chaos. Those who
    • will in fact ask: How can human labour legitimately be
    • lives here in the feelings of the Proletarian is factual
    • which includes the satisfaction of needs of one person to
    • spiritual areas, is determined through the fact that the
    • according to this world historic fact, the history of the
    • can today's profit motives be replaced by purely factual
    • installed at machines, harnessed in a factory; here the
    • factual interest is applied to all and not be based on a mere
    • arising out of all the facts: How can the social organism be
    • the misfortune of only manufacturing tables and chairs, you
    • certain satisfaction. It has become quite obvious — when
    • mentioned. Today we are enslaved in a facts-phase where our
    • satisfaction look back at what I've wanted to achieve this
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    • Initiation but did in fact succeed in exterminating it, wishing to put
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    • fact. In that case, something would disappear, something very
    • responsible for the fact that, although there is a feeling for
    • merely because of individual facts that are called up out of
    • this fact of the soul into the spiritual realm, 1 had to say at
    • of the fact that, just as he brings a spiritual world down into
    • fact that, really, the most important thing for the
    • way through the fact that one human being learns to wake to the
    • dear friends, you should not, however, overlook the fact that
    • is to conduct factual and not personal discussions and to learn
    • thoroughly speak about the facts tomorrow at twelve
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    • fact that a certain moral atmosphere is created in them —
    • that which should interest us especially just now is the fact
    • certain sense, as I said yesterday, through the fact that a
    • ordinary consciousness of daily life, the fact is — as
    • single fact. If he is capable of receiving the diametrically
    • simply out of the fact that, when people have a sensational
    • concerned with the fact that people raise objections to what he
    • this or that subject in one way or another. Because of the fact
    • opposing things. Thus, the mere fact that such things are
    • this respect we have the following fact, which I consider
    • about? It came into existence through the fact that a number of
    • fact that the single fields of specialization were dealt with
    • obviously, we are thankful for this fact of destiny — it
    • — the fact that certain persons have established all
    • often laid stress upon the fact that the Anthroposophical
    • Anthroposophical Society to see into that fact. As such a
    • way of the feelings, an impression of the fact that the
    • then of the fact that one accepts the views drawn from the
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    • intellectual thinking is based on the fact that human
    • accept that as a fact. The original intention was that
    • the facts speak for themselves. We must learn to look to
    • the facts. Subjectively you believe you are speaking for
    • everybody. But now let me ask you about the facts. Does
    • must take our orientation from what the facts have to
    • rightful attention to what the facts have to tell and not
    • looks to the facts for guidance.
    • in rigid adherence to the facts of the external world.
    • of liking to hear the facts you will often suffer
    • as possible to adhere closely to the facts in the
    • ourselves on the facts.
    • facts, on a real world that will get us out of the habit
    • so. That in fact is the danger, and materialism cannot be
    • when it is in fact a magnet. In the same way we really
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    • the present day are in fact the descendants of the
    • more with their bodies. That is in fact the major
    • validity of something, except the fact that it has been
    • People believe they have the Word when in fact they only
    • down the truth of the matter, stating the bare facts. I
    • are the bare facts I stated in a letter to Dr Boos [
    • Germanic mind. At least one has the satisfaction that
    • to answer the question — for if he betrays the fact
    • to another person the fact that he is an initiate will be
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    • things as the fact that the human intellect can arrive at
    • the fact, that there was a time when this was a reality
    • in accord with the external facts; a permissible,
    • this now, but those are facts. And it is important to
    • fact that one stands within spiritual life and perceives
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    • particular fact, a fact we have been discussing here a
    • of anthroposophy. I am referring to the fact that modern
    • fact quite considerable. They are of course clever people
    • a fact I also mentioned in my first public lecture here.
    • [ Note 20 ] It is the fact
    • tenet in Christian beliefs in fact has nothing to do with
    • preachers can talk about things that in fact have their
    • again. These words were spoken in awareness of the fact
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    • facts are rather different, however, and should be seen
    • something alive. It is kept alive by a number of factors,
    • the major factors being breathing, hunger, thirst and so
    • facts are therefore entirely the opposite of what every
    • sought above all else we are in fact going in the
    • concrete facts about the human being. It does not get
    • the contrary, in fact. Economic life is dependent on
    • production. The idea is now to compare the actual facts
    • undermined in the social organism. Nothing in fact
    • fact is — and let us be very clear about this
    • particularly bad in this sphere. In fact I always made it
    • fifth or sixth person would still present the same facts.
    • the facts that have become very obvious at this time,
    • really gets the feeling that one is in a noodle factory
    • facts as they are in general. The world situation is
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    • using a fact from cultural history as an example. I have
    • spiritual, for it speaks of the spirit when in fact its
    • reality. The search for truth must be based on facts.
    • is, it must enter into the facts even where it merely
    • not allow us to go so far as to realize that in fact none
    • are in fact rather pleased with themselves when they
    • important as a concrete fact like this, the inner
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    • science calls for recognition to be given to two facts.
    • One fact is that it is impossible to imagine that matter,
    • other hand we must grasp a second, quite different fact.
    • same way we are in error If, due to the fact that our
    • to understand on the basis of different facts. Modern
    • fact will count for much more in future than the actual
    • fact of life. They go back to better times, to the
    • What does it rally represent? What in fact are
    • that is real we must in fact follow something that lies
    • due to the fact that it trains its followers to be the
    • exactly what objections we can raise; the fact that they
    • in fact they should be giving their allegiance to
    • are wrong; but we must face the fact that very many
    • becoming a fact and no longer merely a wrong theory.
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    • the nature of a person from the fact that his visiting
    • to get used to the fact that the characteristics of words
    • be doing what I have in fact always made efforts to do.
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    • the head and that they are in fact present everywhere in
    • helped people to realize that they had, in fact, been
    • being was a fact that was immediately apparent to those
    • to have established factories, rather than philosophies.
    • structure of a factory. There you will find all all the
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    • Considering the facts one
    • in Germany. These were energies controlled by humans, but in fact derived
    • figures. For a start I will just add the fact that in 1870, a year when
    • laws that had nothing to do with human beings. Add to this the fact that
    • forces are concerned. They are dependent on many factors that do not lie
    • implications of such a fact. So far I have merely described the outer
    • Christian state’, Pierre Bayle said, and that in fact was the
    • be Christian. They were not in fact Christians, for they held those very
    • positions on account of the fact that they were not Christians. People
    • are the factors that truly determine human destiny today. Human beings
    • mean the events of war. Step outside and you will see the factories that
    • Walking on past the factory
    • life. All this is luciferic, just as the things that go on in factories
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    • in the early nineties — well, in fact in the late
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    • The fact is
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    • the fact that man can say: "I am", that is the crown of creation. This
    • cause of this fatigue? The fact that the astral body uses the physical
    • If about any facts is reported, which are not immediately controllable
    • in its full size. On what is this based? It is due to the fact that the
    • are facts. In that moment of flashing of the memory tableau something
    • satisfaction of the desires, the physical body, is no longer available.
    • lower and higher kind. Such pleasures and desires, for the satisfaction
    • could be impaired by the fact that a mother hears that the child is not

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