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  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • in the development of the world, recognises in the meaning of
    • meaning of evil, already resided in ancient Stoic wisdom; and
    • the meaning of evil in the world; and he came to a singular
    • regard to the question of the meaning of evil, can be set out
    • meaningful philosophical works for the nineteenth century. Let
    • selfishness is universally present. We find the true meaning of
    • appears in its meaning for the physical-sense world, since this
    • would not get very far. But what does that mean? It means: one
    • how to become an unselfish person using the means of the
    • into physical being. In that case, it means, that if that being
    • That means, that we are led by the knowledge of where the
    • to give its meaning to evil and to the wicked. If this world is
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 1: Popular Occultism, Introtroduction
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    • with theosophy as it is meant here. Those who develop their higher soul-forces
    • of the word “Jahve” (meaning “I”), and a shudder
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 2: Man's Ascent into the Supersensible World
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    • one, the spiritual world or Devachan. Deva means God in Chan means field
    • or habitation. Devachan therefore means the spirit of God. In so far
    • them. To speak of morality in the occult meaning, does not mean to preach
    • mean? — My friend — he thinks — is in New York, and
    • that Goethe meant this symbolically. But after a certain development,
    • spoke of Imagination, they meant this gift.
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 3: The Different Conditions of Man's Life After Death
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    • from the astral body and the Ego. In the occult meaning we therefore
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 7: Effects of the Law of Karma
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    • the meaning of these words.
    • with the best organ for his musical activities. This is the meaning contained
    • continually enters new incarnations is not devoid of meaning and purpose,
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 8: The Evolution of Man and of the Solar System; the Atlantic Evolution
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    • meaning, thus reaching again a literal understanding of the words. For
    • There is a deep meaning and ancient truths in legends and fairy-tales.
    • of the word “Nifelheim-Nebelheim” — meaning land of
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 9: Lemurian Development
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    • manner and he knew the meaning of the single images, thus recognizing
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 10: Paths of Occult Training
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    • regard to the first, the loneliness of a few minutes each day is meant,
  • Title: i Spirituality: Lecture 1: Historical Symptomology, the Year 790, Alcuin, Greeks, Platonism, Aristotelianism, East, West, Middle, Ego
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    • But what was meant by the nothingness one finds in Dionysius the
    • it that had meanwhile entered in to European civilization since Plato, particularly through the
    • Above all we need the means. For everything which,
    • the Hague or some such place, if a basis can be created, and by other means if the friends who
    • like wildfire that a World Fellowship must arise to provide the material means for the spiritual
    • Fellowship of Schools is necessary, it is just that there are no means for it.' What we are
    • Please see what is meant by this Fellowship in all
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 2: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 1
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    • will take place in the sign of this development of the individuality. This, however, means that
    • mean that we do not attribute to external semblance the quality of semblance. To face the truth
    • means even in cases like these, to seek truth; to seek reality where outer appearance is so
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 3: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 2
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    • Europe. This means that in Central Europe the language is indeed not bound particularly strongly
    • — I mean the elder, who was more orientated towards the West — and you
    • where the Germanic element is meant to be shown with its dualism, you see the
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 4: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 3
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    • Let us show diagramatically what might be meant
    • from imagination to inspiration, but an inspiration which they attained by means of outer nature.
    • have just this task of bringing the intellect into the economic life. What does this mean? We
    • the spiritual life to those who are engaged in its administration. This is the inner meaning of
    • person, we now go and listen to someone else. This means that, for the modern human being, it is
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 5: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 4
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    • by means of these other
    • to the place he is meant to be. Here the educational factor becomes a specifically social one. It
    • to say the means of production. A completely new spiritual concept must arise which, on the one
    • something that needs watching. It is by no means intended as a criticism or as a reference to the
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 5
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    • soon as people begin to debate something it means they no longer understand it. What lives in the
    • And what is the meaning of this that must come to
    • expression In the most frightful way in coming decades? What is its Meaning? On the one hand it
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 7: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 6
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    • established a certain discipline that is necessary if one means to enter into discussions on
    • This is what will come in the next decades: as though with outstretched arms — I mean this,
    • article; it is meant as a force for life and people will have gradually to accustom themselves to
    • means goblin, brownie or imp. Steiner plays on this here in connection with the name of
  • Title: Abbreviated Title: Lecture I:
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    • these conditions we mean of course average conditions. Exceptions are
  • Title: Talk To Young People:
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    • deeply indeed, the inner meaning of these youth movements. We all
    • narrow-minded man on the street will understand what you mean when
    • everything. The word itself will then reach its true meaning. The
  • Title: "Heaven and Earth will pass away but my words will not pass away"
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    • Then comes a mean (or middle) period, a time of equalization, of which
    • awaking and falling asleep, — by these ‘contents’ we mean
    • life on earth, we experience by means of our physical earth-man, but we
    • — the means to create intuitions. Hence: The Saturn man in his
    • evolution. And you will realize that, if this is the fact, we, by means
    • means of the highest and purest conceptions of earth man, in the
    • no means, the same process in the human kingdom as in the animal world.
    • the inner significance or meaning of it, belongs not only all that has
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture I: Tree of Life - I
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    • means of the knowledge which men had before the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • By this Roman age I mean the time that
    • the sense of the ancient revelation was not to serve as a means of
    • meaning for the original life of the soul when one said: January,
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture II: Tree of Life - II
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    • What does it really mean: Not eat of the
    • reasoned way the meaning of ‘to have eaten of the Tree of the
    • mingled in his earthly life. This means: in our earthly life we
    • two-fold utterance implies. It means that the knowledge we obtain of
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture III: The Power of Thought
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    • This means: what Christ has to reveal to
    • the Christ revelation means: to acquire light upon the world from
    • means to know that we must strive towards a musical element, that we
    • misunderstand what is meant when I speak about it. It is of course
    • not meant that anything at all of what floats before us as distant
    • not mean it at all as absolute depreciation, absolute blame, but that
    • any sense, which had true meaning in the time of the Roman Republic,
    • but was now without meaning: therefore he abolished the rank of
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture IV: Harmonizing Thinking, Feeling and Willing
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    • one observes by means of the senses. People endeavour, however, to
    • suppose that such a second man, by means of various processes of
    • means that he appeals to those who show the whole method of entry of
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture V: Tree of Knowledge - I
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    • world-conception means nothing for its correctness. One who can set
    • something with the means offered by the world in which he dwells.
    • are only constructed with the means of the worlds in which man
    • the meanings of the words. We must not take contemporary conceptions
    • Space only has meaning for that which evolves within the span of
    • Earth-existence, and Time has actually only become meaningful since
    • awakening time goes on. The comparison is by no means a bad one, when
    • a certain meaning to what goes on around us, we must as it were see
    • this meaning already present, in the old evolution of the Moon, the
    • meaning of life on earth must in some way have prepared itself. The
    • meaning of the earth-life was added to it like a kind of flower. Now
    • opened.’ He means that all senses shall be opened
    • order to grasp what this means: 'the senses are opened' or 'the
    • rightly know which facts are meant to be spiritual. Something that
    • myth. The myth seeks to lift itself above space and time. This means
    • in ourself. Thus time becomes there a means of deception and illusion
    • that arise, endure. Our possession-concepts are enduring. This means
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture VI: Tree of Knowledge - II
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    • Sun. This means that Luciferic spirits thrust their influence from
    • aware of it. This means: Lucifer has given man to the world, he has
    • employing every means in order to escape Lucifer and Ahriman: he is
    • whole meaning of the separation of the Old Moon from the Sun-Earth
    • This means, we stand there, we see the
    • diagram p.l2a). This means that where the painter generally lays on
  • Title: World Downfall and Resurrection
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    • early centuries, even among men who were by no means learned
    • today connect the telegraphic apparatus in station A by means
    • man is nourished. He takes bread into his body. It is a means
    • world is at hand. They meant the downfall of that Earth from
    • only a question of understanding the real meaning of the
  • Title: Lecture: Philosophy and Anthroposophy
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    • of the means of ensuring inner security and our true alignment in the order
    • Mysteries” a wisdom is meant which flourished in ancient times, and
    • do not mean that men had Aristotle's philosophy before them as a system, as
    • investigation of the outer world by means of his senses, or be it due to
    • revelation by means of divine Grace, as through Christ Jesus, these things
    • the very instrument by means of which Christianity would be really
    • concepts which man can evolve from himself. By such means a break in man's
    • means, say by pressure or by electric current, a perception of light is
    • on the theory of knowledge I could by no means agree. To qualify human
    • only given us by means of conceptions, it follows that we have no reality
    • must, above all things, realize that Aristotle, by means of his technique
    • difference between form and matter by means of an illustration which may,
    • wolf, but in all wolves. Thus we find form by means of a concept expressing
    • should induce us to accept this conception. That experience is meant,
    • definitions in the Scholastic writings. We must understand what is meant
    • experience. Imagine Kepler evolving, by means of pure constructive thought,
    • sun in the focus, and then observation, by means of the telescope,
    • means for attaining reality in the most objective manner possible.
    • point of indicating a way into reality by means of pure thought. If this
    • not possible except by means of pure thought. As far as ordinary human
  • 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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    • a valid sense for what is meant by the esoteric. We believe today that what
    • meaning of such a statement is not particularly clear to begin with;
    • means, if his gifts predispose him to be a botanist, he can become one; if
    • organism with air. Tragedy means that we are trying to contract our
    • astrality over the redness, pass over into it. Laughing simply means that
    • can always find the ways and means in our teaching to prevent the childish
  • Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture II: The Three Fundamental Forces in EducatioN
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    • not retarded before the fourteenth year. This you must not take to mean
    • physical strength or weakness; meant is the answering pressure that is
    • that these are the means by which we weave the future.
    • music working in man that counteracts it. Music is the means of defence
    • exaggeration you will see what I mean), this force working outward from
  • Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture III: Spiritual Knowledge of Man as the Fount of Educational Art
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    • all this refers to experiencing the pictorial element conveyed by means of
    • sound, to the more or less musical element; and I do not only mean the
    • only serves as the clearest example, and applies par excellence, but I mean
    • thinks with imprints in the brain; he now thinks by means of material
    • of it out of the spirit. This means teaching creatively from out of the
  • 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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    • gradually organising it through and through; which means that there takes
    • artistic education. What does this mean?
    • means, for example, that the ego must not enter the physical body, etheric
    • work in one direction or another, when we acquaint ourselves with the means
    • recollect music, his musical, memory. These are the means we must use when
    • something which is more concerned with the meaning and the content of what
    • the meaning of things. On the other hand, should I notice that the child is
    • painting understand the meaning of what he draws: when I let the child draw
    • too deeply into the organism, which means that we can make good use of it
    • meaningless, so meaningless that it is difficult to find common ground with
    • or that the arms never know what they are meant to do because their weight
    • mean well; but it is to be strictly rejected when passed on by
  • Title: Social Understanding: Lecture II: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • knowledge by means of certain forces in man. But what the actual
    • Let us represent diagrammatically by means of this line this world that is
    • neither perceive these supersensible forces by means of our ordinary senses
    • nor by means of our intellect bound to our ordinary senses. We perceive
    • carry out unconsciously any more by means of our blood, we have to carry
    • were unable to draw on their youthful forces, if there were no means of
    • every department you find well-meaning people today, who want to reform
  • Title: Buddha and the Two Boys: Lecture I: Buddha and the Two Boys of Jesus
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    • left the physical body? Buddha always means a final incarnation. He only
    • physical corporeality to bring humanity a great step forward by means of
  • Title: Buddha and the Two Boys: Lecture II: The Gospels, Buddha and the Two Boys of Jesus
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    • down, but as something that can be researched with the means of spiritual
    • understand Christianity in all its deep meaning, we have to realize that
  • Title: Lecture: Art As A Bridge Between The Sensible And The Supersensible
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    • educational development by means of literature, by means of the written
    • by means of spiritual science. However, in order to experience this
  • Title: Raphael's Mission in the Light of the Science of the Spirit
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    • development. Spiritual science seeks meaning and significance
    • development, but rather to assign an overall meaning to single
    • passing through various earth-lives; an education by means of
    • humanity over the last centuries is not meant as a
    • by means of inner battles and conscious effort — turning not to
    • to what is pre-earthly. By means of spiritual science we come
    • Raphael's natural abilities by means of which, in an earlier
    • to view it in its unfathomableness, is only able by means of
    • fertilize the human soul that had meanwhile been imbued with a
    • depicted. The other picture presents what is attained by means
    • special meaning. We see how he stood before Raphael's creations
    • by means of spiritual science — do we come to understand
  • Title: Leonardo's Spiritual Stature: Lecture
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    • can acquaint ourselves with other works of Leonardo, by means
    • of reproductions, or by means of the works attributed to him in
    • secrets of Nature in an original manner by means of drawing
    • the external means were wholly inadequate. Should he in fact
    • and again by means of studies, to investigate one secret after
    • given the means available. Though in later centuries no human
    • meaningful and imbued with wisdom in presupposing that things
    • reason is able to comprehend by means of sense perception.
    • point of a time in which it is again possible, by means of
    • Copernican worldview, by means of the observations and
    • discovered by means of modern spectral analysis and so forth.
    • concepts were formed by means of natural science. And where
    • not do so by means of sense perception, but by virtue of
    • what humanity acquired by means of natural science also
    • the world of sense and to think only by means of reason bound
    • consequence of the technical means by which they were produced,
    • of taking on form by means of art, and what he had been able to
    • comes into existence externally? How meaningless and pointless
    • as Leonardo's appears meaningful only when we are able to
    • artist who could ultimately only work with the means available.
  • Title: Fairy Tales: in the light of Spiritual Investigation
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    • Such a soul conflict discovered by means of spiritual
    • can be apprehended by means of spiritual
    • from an external stimulus. We connect them by means
    • not yet fully self-conscious, human beings were by no means as
    • can mean the child begins to ail, becoming
    • apparently personal tinge, though not at all meant
    • They can be discovered only by means of spiritual
    • about them, as much as one can come to know by means of
    • this way, by means of the dissemination of spiritual science,
  • Title: A Mongolian Legend
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    • to see today by means of the senses. In this way, the
    • meaning.
  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
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    • personality, Herman Grimm's whole demeanour as though compelled
    • meantime profoundly permeated German life. They listened to the
    • page, that this book is not meant to be a contribution to Homer
    • means of reading, they would prefer most of all to read such
  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 1
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    • god. That's what a god looked like. It meant nothing more than what
    • grew from clear reality. As long as the Holy Roman Empire had meaning
    • more and more lost its meaning, and the local princes remained. So we
    • remnants, which had already lost all inner meaning, remained as outer
    • appearances; they only had meaning in those ancient times when they
    • take place through the priest's power. It means that the action
    • more royal than any other. To be royal doesn't only mean to have a
    • “Imperial Federation League” summarizes the means of
    • history really is, meaning that history which is taught in
    • world. That means that spiritual reality must exist alongside
    • especially in the west which have lost all meaning, but are still
  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 2
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    • had their real meaning. To a certain extent they were realities.
    • their meaning. They have passed through the stage of symbols and have
    • people recoiled when they approached the spiritual by means of the
    • which contained but little concrete meaning.
    • people had a talent for mere names without meaning; that on one hand
    • meaningful even until today. The real content goes back to the far
    • meanings. Thereby the symbols have become platitudes in symbolic
    • a real ceremonial form, meaning those which go back to the original
    • people discover the meaning of the rituals; then they are expelled
    • Such things are really meaningful. It is not
    • power by political means. It has always been more powerful the less
    • half of the nineteenth century these names were seriously meant. The
    • personages as well. The principles matter. It is very meaningful that
    • But what does it mean? It is
    • platitudes, which has as much meaning for the external world as
    • You see, to want the threefold society means
  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 3
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    • did it mean? It meant that he expressed himself in the age of
    • platitudes in a manner that only had meaning for the first stage. In
    • account, which means also the truth.
    • “brothers,” meaning not to let social class or an
    • have said that it is meaningful when people get together and each
    • something meant in a spiritual-scientific sense with a mere yes or no
    • has only a limited meaning, for judgments given from the spiritual
    • world always have only an individual meaning, are only applicable
    • the imperialism of the soul as the means of mundane anointment. They
    • is a shadow-image of what once existed and no longer has meaning, it
    • and spiritual/cultural life is truly free, meaning that here in
    • impossible to give a better example of meaninglessness than this. And
    • such meaninglessness plays a much greater role than you imagine. It is a
    • longer has any meaning, we must absorb real substantial content into
    • This means that the kingdom of
    • movement be overcome by the spirit meant here. It is certainly true
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture I: Anthroposophy and Natural Science
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    • people means that the particular way thoughts are linked
    • certain field of thought, which means the sum of linking
    • meant that if one made a drawing of something like that, it had
    • What did Goethe mean by this? He meant — but hadn't
    • expressed it like this, he meant: ‘When I draw a triangle its
    • consequence to arrive at mere phenomenology, that means not
    • meant that what the outer world offered the senses were seen as
    • meaning within his soul. He certainly wouldn't start with each
    • meaning, by approaching the upward stroke, followed by the
    • to read within their inner meaning. This would lead to a
    • only want to “read”, that means, what I finally get
    • themselves — just as by reading a word, the meaning is
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture II: The Human and the Animal Organisation
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    • other, reveal a particular meaning. This meaning can exist even
    • their horizontal spinal axis vertical, which means an important
    • lower leg, hands and so on. Just imagine what it means that the
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture III: Anthroposophy and Philosophy
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    • What lay ahead for the West with this? It meant that scientific
    • characteristic for Middle Europe was most meaningful in what
    • such a world about which one can have knowledge. This means
    • other; here the human soul faces the great, meaningful problem:
    • conceptual forms and means of expression which we know, from
    • same time become a meaningful historical problem: to strike the
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture IV: Anthroposophy and Pedagogy
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    • means what comes to expression in their words, their attitude,
    • is meant by the power of authority is not to be misunderstood
    • means not the entire education should be put down to what is
    • the bodily form during the various periods of life. This means,
    • meaningful educational principles and does not stand back
    • powers of growth, powers of transformation; that means we must
    • about these means which have entered in modern times; they must
    • have been provided with something meaningful. One discovers
    • inconvenient and might mean more stringent cleaning rules need
    • nature and in life being meaningful. This is more important
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture V: Anthroposophy and Social Science
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    • theoretical standpoint. Today — I mean at this very present
    • because in the mean time chaos has broken into the economic
    • instinctively — not meaning automatically — as exchange in
    • means people gradually believed they have discovered through
    • see, it first has to be explained what is meant by such things.
    • intellectualised meaning which we attach to them today. These
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture VI: Anthroposophy and Theology
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    • the greatest possible triumphs — I don't mean in a
    • the experience of the mind, that means in the weaving of the
    • this, that some or other suggestive means is applied, with one
    • comes to this godly Father experience, this means that whoever
    • through physical means because — if I might say so
    • these research means pursues the way human development went
    • meaning in the book by Overbeck, a friend of Friedrich
    • This means finding your task in the evolution of time, and not
  • Title: Impulse of Renewal: Lecture VII: Anthroposophy and the Science of Speech
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    • means that through a person speaking, something is unfolding
    • meaning of sound. In an unbelievable intense way one
    • exercises, leading towards mental pictures about what is meant
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 1
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    • spiritual life is to be revealed in its true meaning, so that
    • of the School are by no means sufficiently attentive to this.
    • from the visible universe; it is meant to remind us how the
    • knowledge. For only by means of this awareness can true
    • these spirits. And conjuring them away doesn't mean that they
    • really go. We must find the ways and the means — and this
    • meant to indicate laughter, but lies, because to mock is to
    • friends, by means of this first introductory lesson, with which
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 2
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    • is neither meaningless nor unimportant to ask yourselves such a
    • That is the meaning of the Guardian of the Threshold's words.
    • according to its inner meaning. And they can become a guide on
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 3
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    • superficial, he will experience and feel fully what it means to
    • the intellectual meaning to commitment to the rhythm, from that
    • only using the words whose meanings apply to the physical
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 4
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    • only meant for earthly things, and not for godly things. So,
    • remembering. That does not mean that tomorrow you should
    • meant to express come to us because they are contained in the
    • But he uses words only as a means to show how the spirit flows
    • Therefore, in the esoteric we must go back from what words mean
    • an unstressed one. It was meant to instill in us a kind of
    • meaning of words, but that we also grasp what lies in the
    • Words whose meanings alone are grasped leave us unto ourselves.
    • Abstractly, meaning dishonestly, this is easy to achieve.
    • Concretely, meaning honestly, one must overcome many inner
    • is, by means of our own courageous soul-force:
    • to the meaning of the words, which remain earthly, but to the
    • say here again that what was meant in the Christmas Meeting has
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 5
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    • magical being. What does it mean, that nature must be able to
    • be sufficient that I have indicated what air and warmth means
    • increase of warmth means that the spirits which are active in
    • This means becoming aware of the duality in which one is placed
    • Knowledge means that we are aware of this.
    • an age when, if human beings are not made aware of the meaning
    • these torments mean? They mean the ever increasing prevalence
    • learning process, nor a mere theory; rather it means to accept
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 6
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    • meaningful processes. The universe has opened its doors, so to
    • the etheric form which he then observes. I don't mean that he
    • meant to be experienced by the whole human being. If we look at
    • live in Cosmic Life means to experience death as an individual
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 7
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    • not only cultivated, it is also carried out; meaning that
    • which is responsible for this School. In this case, it means
    • it will be successful, but if not, we will find other means to
    • movement, that means that it is taken very seriously indeed.
    • therefore, they choose sharp, strong rather than weak means [to
    • what it means to be outside the physical body with the human I
    • which can then fly over the abyss with the means indicated in
    • now meaningful words sound out again from the Guardian of the
    • of your souls, then you will have an inkling of what it means
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 8
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    • which was founded at Christmas. I can explain what this means
    • other relationships will be even more human, but by this means
    • Goetheanum. This means that nothing by way of formulations and
    • spiritual world has been obtained with the means which are
    • whether by means of clairvoyant consciousness or through
    • Just as we can look at the human head and it becomes a means
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    • merge with what the planets say to us meaningfully from space
    • to understand inwardly means to transfer more and more what is
    • about how by means of an intimate exercise you can become more
    • means of the will.
    • does not know what it means to feel his whole being as a
    • meaning in the stars. We unite with the universe when we do
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    • meditative exercises, mental exertions meant to affect the
    • by means of the various considerations and the summarizing of
    • the body — if only by means of so slight a jolt that you
    • within — if only by means of thinking — and become
    • the end of which we can feel the cosmic Imaginations by means
    • meaningful language when we do not observe it from the earth
    • dialog and in strengthening the recollection by means of the
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    • correct meaning:
    • is in a process, it is a seed which will have meaning once I
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    • Just as the human being lives on the earth by means of
    • does the human creative evolutionary force live by means of
    • “sensory deeds”, which means: deeds
    • present when the meaning dissolves into situation and
    • understand what the content of this esoteric school is meant to be.
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    • at first by means of healthy human understanding – then
    • world – for knowledge is meant to flow to you directly
    • but at the same time within it, purely by means of your inner
    • means that for the senses the sun shines and the senses do not;
    • are meant to speak to the deepest levels of our being. Together
    • and our memories, but we are now meant to hear how we are being
    • now it is appropriate to clarify the meaning of the
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    • By means of this verse we imagine how at
    • by means of this mantric verse we come in contact with the
    • Of course this does not mean, my dear sisters and
    • seriously. Then they are effective, as they are meant to be.
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    • mantric verses is innerly certain and meaningfully formed.
    • by means of living breath and the stimulating power of air,
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    • By this means we become aware that in our
    • By means of these mantras, we should become aware
    • consider to best meet the requirements of his meaning.
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    • holy mysteries meant that the student was being guided to the
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    • which contains the sentence: I consider no answer to mean yes
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    • between the two German words which mean “body”:
    • earnestness would mean more to those who have already heard
    • here what this School means. One of them loses the verses
  • Title: First Class Lessons: Lesson XX (recapitulation)
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    • something else: it means an acquaintance with the beginning of
    • for the first time, the meaning of the School must be explained
    • point was brought to humanity by means of the Greek mysteries
    • when we let the meaning and the spirit of these words work in
    • our true humanity flows. To really understand these words means
    • understand the inner meaning of the esoteric path. This
    • That is what the signs mean.
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    • measure, but means that everything in our anthroposophical
    • only has meaning when the Michael stream flows through it, not
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    • meaning here seems also to be plural. [trans.]
  • Title: First Class Lessons: Lesson XXIII (recapitulation)
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    • introduction about the task and meaning of the School and about
    • what this Michael-School should mean:
    • will be light within by means of the force which we ourselves
    • finger. The finger loses its meaning when separated from the
    • inner meaning with which we should unite ourselves in
    • meditation we must also sense the inner, meaningful structure
    • (which means: make yourself existent)
    • and that means:
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    • earth, that means in the spiritual element of the earth; we
    • first gesture means:
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    • told us so much about the meaning of the spiritual world, over
    • “gloria”. The glow here means gloria.
    • we know, this first gesture means [beside the lower gesture is
    • second gesture means [beside the second gesture is
    • third gesture means:
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    • that what membership in this School means be taken with the
    • anthroposophical movement - well, I don't mean to say that
    • meaningful words spoken by the Guardian of the Threshold on
    • The first gesture means:[3]
    • The second gesture means:
    • The third gesture means:
    • Thus, today's Michael affirmation is confirmed by means of his Sign
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture I: The True Form of the Social Question
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  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture II: Comparisons at Solving the Social Question based on Life's Realities
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    • take these four lectures as a unit. This means the content of
    • I don't mean anything other than a support of human
    • evolution of knowledge. This means however that our thinking
    • — would prove that the real spirit within the meaning has
    • the state. Meanwhile economic life involves the business of
    • meaning in the words, brotherhood, equality, and freedom.
    • course of events is meant here, not something which
    • foundation of the entire meaning and intention which I want to
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture III: Fanaticism Versus a Real Conception of Life in Social Thinking and Willing
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    • does this modern proletarian point of view actually mean within
    • Essentially the spiritual scientific world view means it is not
    • The concept of ordinary faith actually loses its meaning
    • way,” which means, the details, the individual measures
    • meaning, in order to orientate their configuration in a certain
    • needs some income, capital. What does it mean to say: ‘He
    • consumes a certain amount of capital?’ It means nothing other
    • — what this means for single individuals — is
    • a far more reality based meaning than theories, observations
    • inner being this also means the modern proletariat: ‘Naturally
    • This means that human labour becomes the dominant element in
    • comes a spiritual scientist who wants to by means of an
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture IV: The Evolution of Social Thinking and Willing and Life's Circumstances for Current Humanity
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    • plays with so much meaning into the current situation of
    • the widest sense, legal- or political life which means state
    • mean, that even in the light of consciousness the social
    • That holds no truth, it is hidden through social relation means
    • meaning of the renewal of the old platonic idea of dividing the
    • continuation of politics by other means,"
    • marriage through other means.”
    • with real meaning, it is brought out of thoughts from reality.
    • to not only speak up about it but need to apply all means to
    • bring this, as it is always meaningful not to remain abstract
    • to look the social problem in the eye. To do so would mean
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture V: The Social Will as the Basis Towards a New, Scientific Procedure
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    • themselves. If I want to briefly express what I mean, I must
    • Purely considering the concept, I actually meant to say: The
    • realistically what is actually meant by this.
    • healthy involvement in the social organism which means a
    • means that those who use people in the economic process, should
    • can develop, then it will be a humane development. I mean, if
    • meaningful fact, that the middle-class thinking methods will be
    • meant, that criminal law as such should not be given out of
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture VI: What Significance does Work have for the Modern Proletarian?
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    • with its numerous illiterates. It meant that of the
    • meaning into the Proletarian soul — this development was
    • production into a goods production through private means of
    • cooperative, a cooperative which means that one's production
    • doesn't really have meaning, the only meaning it has is that
    • That means that in future the management of the spiritual life
    • contents of the one or the other meaning, one could perhaps
    • time whether one denies one or other meaning but that one
    • meaningful events in modern times.
    • arrives with a different meaning, but when he expresses what is
    • meant only in a different form because he believes it is
    • me it is important that the meaning of what I say is the truth
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    • speaking of Richard Wagner, I certainly do not mean to imply
    • that he was fully conscious of this impulse. It is so meaningless when
    • this simply means that they have never taken the trouble to understand
    • they could work only by means of commandments and decrees. When Wotan,
    • that to ask about his birth, name, rank or calling, is meaningless. To
    • name means “I am the I am,” and the latter the Luciferic
    • the cross — All other interpretations are meaningless.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • revelation, in its more scholastic form, was by no means a body of
    • have been at a loss to know what was meant. It would have been
    • man could unfold higher faculties of knowledge and that by these means
    • the time of the Mystery of Golgotha men were trying to answer by means
    • could still have been discovered by means of the old
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    • means must we strive to set up for eternity in our hearts this
    • — not without the sun, in the appropriate meaning of the
    • Anthroposophical Movement. This does not mean that things
    • and more conscious. I hit becoming more conscious does not mean
    • becoming more intellectualistic. Becoming more conscious means
    • I mean to say, whose nature seems to our feeling similar to
    • mean to say, we have a form of community which nature herself
    • sets before the eye of the mind. By means of language, and
    • with the language and its genius are by no means taken into
    • Here is the means available for creating communities. But,
    • creating of a community, it will have to find means suited to
    • rich in pictures, full of significance and manifold in meaning,
    • meanings.
    • can reach it when, by means of the living power which we embody
    • supersensibly present by means of our inner soul mood, in the
    • meantime has gone through a different experience and advanced
    • You cannot evoke the Anthroposophical community by means of
    • the right Anthroposophical consciousness. No external means can
    • be given. If such means are described by anyone, he is
    • not mean this in the least in a critical sense, but only in the
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    • become an Anthroposophist does not mean simply to become
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    • Anthroposophy — and they are aware that the best means
    • interchange, even if only by means of news sheets or something
    • sense. That meant to build a home for the productions of
    • that time the scholars, the scientists, were by no means in our
    • the scholars who had in the meantime come in so gratifying a
    • are not by. any means very familiar with any science have
    • something, he must prove it.” And they mean by this a
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 1: Evolution and Consciousness, Lucifer, Ahriman
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  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 2: East, West, and the Culture of Middle Europe, the Science of Initiation
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    • the truth about these things — even if it means
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    • means. No, they were present in the mysteries as the
    • meaning. The awareness of the godlike nature of the ruler
    • longer has any meaning, since mankind progresses and does
    • older times and have lost their meaning in the present
    • into human minds. They have become just as meaningless as
    • meaning in an earlier age. On the other hand we see how
    • meaning.
    • of divine spirits lost its meaning. The word
    • life its meaningless, conventional character. Things we
    • can become empty phrases and lose all meaning, as is the
    • relation to reality, like a word that is meaningless
    • today but once had sacred meaning and substance to
    • repeatedly described what it meant, to people who were
    • external life. It would have meant going to prison or
    • what it would mean for the inner soul life of someone of
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    • be compared with the metabolism. This means that economic
    • this means we have accepted the obligation to follow this
    • of course mean that I have many requests made to me. The
    • what Dornach means to the world. I had to explain to our
    • had happened in the meantime — people will
    • understand what I mean if they want to — could be
    • the way we are going would mean that the institutions
    • think at least some of you will understand what I mean.
    • anthroposophical movement, and this means that everybody
    • to nurture the spirit. It means that above all the moral
    • doing such things, but it does not mean that you have a
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 6: Materialism and Mysticism, Knowledge as a Deed of the Soul
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    • give, they reject outer materiality; it means nothing to
    • All words acquire a different meaning, and we might say
    • it means that one has failed to progress. The language of
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 7: Materialism, Mysticism, Anthroposophy, Liberalism, Conservatism
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    • what it really means to experience gravity. Concrete
    • necessary to grasp what I mean, and to do so with the
    • means that a certain childlike quality persists in the
    • There words have entirely different meanings. Gravity,
    • to refute Oswald Spengler's ideas. That is by no means
    • no effective opposition, for it merely means playing with
    • means. It is therefore pointless to join battle by
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 8: The Opposition of Knowledge and Faith, Its Overcoming
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    • or 'There comes the smith', meaning a real blacksmith.
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  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 10: Transition from the Luciferic to the Ahrimanic Age and the Christ Event to Come
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    • What does this really mean?
    • his side. This means that the inhabitants of Germany did so much work in
    • million in 1912. Clearly this means a complete change in the human
    • mean by ‘ahrimanic’ and ‘luciferic’.
    • what I mean let me remind you that during the 18th century people who had
    • take account of spiritual science. Just think what it means that there
    • not help humanity to progress; it will only mean regression. Progress can
    • mean the events of war. Step outside and you will see the factories that
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 11: Modern Science and Christianity, Threefold Social Order, Goetheanism
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    • present earth? It means that inherent in the elements of
    • this means that we have something in us that needs to be
    • would mean taking out yet another book. The whole thing
    • they must become followers of the Brazen King. This means
    • ‘the spirit’, which in fact means in abstract
    • This means,
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    • expresses himself in the human being, it should mean. And only that
    • is an indispensable remedy for recovery. This is the meaning of the
    • death. And for every human being means are open and ways are offered to
    • arises for us, what is the meaning of the astral body, with which the
    • in the physical body. However, this Kamaloka time is by no means always
    • physical life has no meaning in this spiritual world. If in life bonds
    • embrace parents and children are by no means subject to chance and
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    • the next generation and the one after that — which means
    • We must become conscious, in the most serious meaning of the
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    • really mean? Surely something of which a vague
    • what it means to a man's soul. Men talk of “God”
    • and of “Christ,” but all the time they only mean
    • of The Threefold Commonwealth). This means that a view
    • meaning, knows that the words “Maya” in the East
    • and “Ideology” in the West mean one and the same
    • wait until the means of production are sufficiently developed,
    • to understand what is meant by the spiritual world. But the
    • means.
    • same time we build in our souls the means of acquiring feelings
    • pensions them off. It means a great deal when a man can assure
    • together and must be separated means to extend one's interest
    • to the present; that means to make ourselves capable of
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    • meaning of this complete immersion in the physical body?
    • It signifies that by means of it we are able to develop
    • there entered into human evolution what gives meaning to the
    • Christ must arise. It can only come if sought by the means
    • supersensible means may discover what can only be
    • how they long to understand reality by means of abstractions.
    • trivial speech. The Earth acquired its own meaning in relation
    • time has come when this meaning must be grasped in a different
    • body to the earth, it means to present-day science no more than
    • ferment. By their means the Earth, which would otherwise long
    • Jesus of Nazareth spoke them, these words meant “render
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    • experience and honestly meant can be sufficient illustration of
    • no meaning in the clamour “produce only for
    • generally taken to mean something of this sort: the proletariat
    • But to be able to teach and educate him means learning first to
    • short: the subject of teaching was presented by means of
    • That means that these two impulses, democracy and socialism,
    • judgment when he is of age. What is the meaning of the demand
    • for democracy? It means that, as a matter of history, humanity
    • we pay for labour-power by means of wages which are the price
    • of capital, of land, of means of production (which incidentally
    • national-economy and world- economy. By means of the
    • tendency to become too expensive: that means that it is too
    • minor improvements in social conditions, means to
    • establishment of a common organization of the means of
    • communal, property” — mere unmeaning words,
    • affairs. Yet they might have a meaning — which I can
    • able to give an outline sketch of what I meant: I know I have

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