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  • Title: Memůria e Amor
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    • Tamb√©m conhecida como Arte em sua Natureza Espiritual [em ingl√™s, Art in its Spiritual
    • Nature], √© uma palestra dada por Rudolf Steiner em Stuttgart, em 4 de dezembro de 1922,
    • Gostaria, primeiramente, de falar sobre algumas das maneiras pelas quais a alma humana se expressa durante a vida terrena, na medida em que podem ser relacionadas a experi√™ncias no mundo espiritual. A partir das minhas duas √ļltimas palestras aqui, voc√™s ter√£o percebido que as experi√™ncias da alma humana entre a morte e o renascimento diferem essencialmente daquelas entre o nascimento e a morte. Aqui na Terra as experi√™ncias de um homem s√£o todas mediadas por seu corpo, seja o corpo f√≠sico ou o corpo et√©rico. Nada do que ele experimenta na Terra pode se dar sem o apoio da natureza corp√≥rea. Poder√≠amos facilmente imaginar, por exemplo, que o pensar √© um ato puramente espiritual e que, da maneira como sucede na alma humana terrena, n√£o se relaciona a exist√™ncia em um corpo. Em certo sentido, √© assim. Mas espiritualmente independente como o pensamento humano √©, ele n√£o poderia seguir seu curso aqui na exist√™ncia terrena se fosse incapaz de receber o suporte do corpo e de seus processos. Posso me valer de uma compara√ß√£o que usei muitas vezes aqui em ocasi√Ķes semelhantes. Quando um homem est√° caminhando, o solo em que caminha certamente n√£o √© a parte essencial de sua atividade ‚Äď a parte essencial est√° dentro de sua pele ‚Äď, mas sem o apoio do solo ele n√£o poderia obter √™xito.
    • Se algu√©m tem uma imagem na mem√≥ria de algo experimentado na vida f√≠sica vinte anos antes, uma pessoa saud√°vel e reflexiva n√£o a considerar√° uma experi√™ncia presente; √© da natureza da pr√≥pria imagem da mem√≥ria que a relacionemos a uma experi√™ncia passada. Quem olha de forma clarividente para o que a alma vivencia durante o sono, em ordem inversa, n√£o conecta isso ao presente; mas ao futuro ap√≥s a morte. Assim como qualquer pessoa percebe que sua lembran√ßa de algo vivido vinte anos antes se refere √†quele tempo passado, tamb√©m quem v√™ o estado de sono por meio da clarivid√™ncia sabe que o que enxerga n√£o tem significado para o presente, mas prenuncia o que dever√° ser experimentado ap√≥s a morte, quando tivermos que percorrer, ao reverso, tudo o que tivermos feito na Terra. √Č por isso que essa imagem do sono √© meio-realidade, meio-apar√™ncia: est√° relacionada ao futuro. Logo, para a consci√™ncia comum, √© uma experi√™ncia inconsciente daquilo por que o homem tem de passar, que chamei em meu livroTeosofia de mundo da alma. E a consci√™ncia intuitiva e inspirada, descrita em meu livroO conhecimento dos mundos superiores, re√ļne, a partir da observa√ß√£o do sono, o que o homem tem que passar durante o primeiro est√°gio ap√≥s a morte. Essas coisas n√£o s√£o meras fabrica√ß√Ķes; s√£o claramente observadas, uma vez que o dom da observa√ß√£o tenha sido adquirido. Portanto, desde ir dormir at√© despertar, o homem vivencia, sem o seu corpo, o que fez com ele quando acordado.
    • Hoje a ci√™ncia da fisiologia n√£o atingiu o ponto em que pode descrever detalhadamente o processo que acabamos de desenhar. A ci√™ncia espiritual √© capaz disso e a ci√™ncia fisiol√≥gica certamente alcan√ßar√° tal entendimento, pois essas coisas podem ser descobertas a partir da observa√ß√£o atenta da natureza humana. Pode-se dizer que, quando emitimos um som ou uma nota, primeiramente, a cabe√ßa √© acionada. Mas da cabe√ßa procede a mesma faculdade que, interiormente, na alma, confere a mem√≥ria, que sustenta o som e o tom: isso vem de cima. √Č inconceb√≠vel algu√©m poder falar sem possuir a faculdade da mem√≥ria. Se sempre nos esquec√™ssemos o que est√° contido no som ou no tom, nunca ser√≠amos capazes de falar ou de cantar. √Č precisamente a mem√≥ria incorporada que perdura no tom ou som; por outro lado, no que concerne ao amor, mesmo em seu sentido fisiol√≥gico ‚Äď no processo respirat√≥rio que d√° origem √† fala e ao canto ‚Äď tem-se um testemunho claro no pleno volume interior do tom que chega ao homem na puberdade, quando o amor encontra express√£o fisiol√≥gica durante o segundo per√≠odo importante da vida: isso vem de baixo. A√≠ est√£o os dois elementos juntos: de cima, o que est√° na base fisiol√≥gica da mem√≥ria; de baixo, o que est√° na base fisiol√≥gica do amor. Juntos, eles formam o tom na fala e na can√ß√£o. A√≠ est√° sua intera√ß√£o rec√≠proca. De certa forma, √© tamb√©m um processo de respira√ß√£o que percorre toda a vida. Assim como inspiramos oxig√™nio e expiramos di√≥xido de carbono, temos unidas em n√≥s a for√ßa da mem√≥ria e a for√ßa do amor, encontrando-se na fala, encontrando-se no tom. Pode-se dizer que falar e cantar, no homem, s√£o um interc√Ęmbio alternado de permea√ß√£o pela for√ßa da mem√≥ria e pela for√ßa do amor.
    • Mas, meus queridos amigos, o fato √© que quando passamos do mundo espiritual para o f√≠sico, passamos pelo grande esquecimento. Quem, com consci√™ncia comum, v√™ aqui, na for√ßa fraca e sombria da mem√≥ria, o eco do que √©ramos como ‚Äúeu‚ÄĚ no mundo espiritual? Quem ainda reconhece na fala, na parte vinda da mem√≥ria, a p√≥s-vibra√ß√£o do eu? Quem reconhece na forma√ß√£o pl√°stica do discurso, no canto e na fala, um eco dos seres das hierarquias superiores? Ainda assim, n√£o √© verdade que quem aprende a ouvir o discurso sem levar em considera√ß√£o o significado, quem d√° ouvidos ao que os tons expressam por sua pr√≥pria natureza, tem uma sensa√ß√£o ‚Äď principalmente se tiver inclina√ß√£o art√≠stica ‚Äď de que mais √© revelado na fala e no canto do que a consci√™ncia comum percebe? Por que ent√£o transformamos a fala comum que temos aqui na Terra como uma faculdade utilit√°ria ‚Äď por que a transformamos em can√ß√£o, despojando-a de sua fun√ß√£o utilit√°ria e fazendo-a expressar nosso pr√≥prio ser em declama√ß√£o, em m√ļsica? Por que a transformamos? O que estamos fazendo em tal caso?
    • A humanidade realmente adquiriu a arte da vida religiosa. E Schiller tem raz√£o ao dizer: ‚ÄúSomente no alvorecer da beleza se avan√ßa para a terra do conhecimento‚ÄĚ, que geralmente se encontra citado nos livros como ‚ÄúSomente atrav√©s da porta da beleza se avan√ßa para a terra do conhecimento.‚ÄĚ Se um artista comete um lapso, isso √© passado para a posteridade. A leitura certa, √© claro, √©: ‚ÄúSomente no alvorecer da beleza se avan√ßa para a terra do conhecimento‚ÄĚ. Em outras palavras: todo conhecimento vem por meio da arte. Fundamentalmente, n√£o h√° conhecimento que n√£o seja intimamente relacionado √† arte. √Č apenas o conhecimento ligado ao exterior, √† utilidade, que aparenta n√£o ter liga√ß√£o com a arte. Mas esse conhecimento s√≥ pode se estender ao que, no mundo, um mero lapidador saberia sobre pintura. Assim que na qu√≠mica ou na f√≠sica se vai al√©m ‚Äď estou falando figurativamente, mas voc√™ sabe o que quero dizer ‚Äď do que a mera retifica√ß√£o de cores implica, a ci√™ncia se torna arte. E quando o art√≠stico √© compreendido em sua natureza espiritual da maneira correta, ele gradualmente avan√ßa para o religioso. Arte, religi√£o e ci√™ncia eram uma coisa s√≥, e ainda √© poss√≠vel termos uma no√ß√£o de sua origem comum. Isso alcan√ßaremos apenas quando a civiliza√ß√£o e o desenvolvimento humano retornarem ao esp√≠rito; quando levarmos a s√©rio a rela√ß√£o existente entre o homem aqui, em sua exist√™ncia f√≠sica terrena, e o mundo espiritual. Devemos nos apropriar desse conhecimento sob os mais diversos pontos de vista.
  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • from a spiritual and a material-bodily nature. By plunging down
    • characteristics of human nature in particular: Hermann
    • from its bodily nature, that it really can perform a spiritual
    • being so releases his/her soul-spiritual nature from the
    • and that its bodily nature stands over against the
    • spiritual nature can become the deepest error in the physical
    • better nature, not the worse one, to plunge down into
    • own nature indicate that we must assume a soul-spirit world
    • illuminating the nature of evil and of wickedness, then perhaps
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 2: Man's Ascent into the Supersensible World
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    • of these three worlds will it be possible to discuss the nature of the
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 4: The Devachanic World
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    • applies to objects of Nature, whereas artificial forms made by man appear
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 5: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • arranges itself in a way which corresponds to his individual nature.
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 7: Effects of the Law of Karma
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    • activity of the astral body. The nature of our thought-life influences
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 8: The Evolution of Man and of the Solar System; the Atlantic Evolution
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    • Nature than modern man and his culture was a higher one. There was a
    • of Nature. To him the breathing process was still something sacred and
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 9: Lemurian Development
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    • change in Nature, in the forms and in life. The single forms and species
    • the three kingdoms of Nature.
    • that cross, by passing through the three realms of Nature. This is the
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 10: Paths of Occult Training
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    • science arose, with the study of the forces of Nature and of their laws.
  • Title: i Spirituality: Lecture 1: Historical Symptomology, the Year 790, Alcuin, Greeks, Platonism, Aristotelianism, East, West, Middle, Ego
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    • logical-dialectical-legal one. The Orient had nothing of a logical, dialectical nature and, least
    • the human being by virtue of having clothed his soul-and-spirit nature with a physical and
    • the nature of this experience, which arises through the fact that one is submerged with one's
    • soul-and-spirit nature in a physical body, comes the inner comprehension of the 'I'. This is why
    • of nature and cannot come to terms with it. Knowledge of
    • nature, for him, breaks down into subjective views
    • categories, in his perceptions of time and space, would like to encompass all nature through the
    • nature.
    • to fail, for this was not what, by nature, was, endowed to
    • Grenzen der Naturerkenntnis
    • (Limits to a Knowledge of Nature
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 2: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 1
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    • has taken on fully the nature of a philosophy. What in the West are economic impulses leading to
    • economic nature; purely economic aspirations can have no success in the Centre because all
    • nature of Anglo-Saxondom, was the foundation for the world dominion of the Anglo-Saxon. The
    • the metabolic system of these Western human beings. Of the three members of the human nature they
    • certain sects are of this nature, and the overwhelming majority of a very widespread sect that
    • system and in the sensory-nervous system. There are in fact three kinds of beings of this nature
    • The second kind of spirits of this nature are those
    • with the elemental nature of the ground of the earth, of the climate and so on, the second kind
    • West, but this being works into his soul nature; these beings, as it were, appear to him. Whereas
  • 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
    • which can only be characterized by saying: Human beings of Germanic nature penetrated into the
    • grown into what, embodied in the language, has streamed up to it there. For it lay in the nature
    • long as it is bound together with the human being. This is connected with the whole nature of the
    • in their true nature we can say: When they were awake there was working in them something of the
    • find logical dialectics as the first part of his philosophy. His philosophy of nature is merely a
    • it is all permeated with coquetry, one nevertheless sees how the whole nature of his existence
    • that of Nature and that of Reason — points clearly to this duality. But one can point to
    • The nature of what is developing in the West is
    • worlds into human beings — this he understands well. Through the nature of what is spoken
    • by nature not the slightest understanding for what one must refer to as the relation of the
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 4: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 3
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    • senses, to the world of instincts, of desires, he is given over to his bodily-physical nature and
    • [the inner nature of]
    • artistic nature, but in the 1780s and the beginning of the 1790s he was strongly influenced by
    • human being. If one wishes to look at the richly differentiated inner nature of the human being,
    • nature,
    • that we must find through spiritual science concerning the threefold nature of the human being as
    • from imagination to inspiration, but an inspiration which they attained by means of outer nature.
    • inspiration, however, that does not call upon outer nature in oracles but which rises to the
    • become Goetheanists feel how, in the very nature of German Central Europe, this singular working
    • imbues itself with reality only with great difficulty. It was this semblance-nature of Central
    • German. And he describes this further as 'Always the same way in our nature to oppose where we
    • And the illusionary nature of this remark by Herman
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 5: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 4
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    • different nature of humanity's interests before this historical turning-point, nor the interests
    • faculties in his soul which enabled him to achieve a relationship to nature — a
    • relationship to what was revealed in nature as spirit — and thereby also to achieve a
    • attained. People experienced it as knowing when, from the phenomena of nature, from the being of
    • nature, they sensed, they perceived, how spiritual elemental beings worked in the individual
    • phenomena of nature; how the divine spiritual being as a whole worked through the totality of
    • nature. People felt themselves to be in the realm of knowledge when gods spoke through the
    • phenomena of nature; when gods spoke through the appearance and movements of the stars. This is
    • spiritual in the manifestations of nature, the concept of knowledge itself also fell more or less
    • become more and more general. Nature's manifestations spoke to ancient human beings in such a way
    • every plant. In the way people came to know the manifestations and beings of nature they also
    • manifestations of nature. For the intellect they are silent. For higher, super-sensible knowledge
    • it will not be the phenomena of nature that will speak directly — for nature, as such,
    • then be able to relate again to the phenomena of nature. Thus one can say: In ancient times the
    • spiritual appeared to the human being through nature. In our transitional condition we have the
    • intellect. Nature remains spiritless. The human being will lift himself up to a condition where
    • he can again truly know; where, indeed, nature will no longer speak to him of divine-spiritual
    • in turn, be able to relate this to nature.
    • knowledge of their culture, perceived a spiritual element in all the manifestations of nature;
    • that the divine-spiritual spoke through nature, whether through the lower elemental beings in
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  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 5
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    • truth, of the genuine nature, of the Mystery of Golgotha. What St Paul was able to relate out of
    • where, as I related yesterday, there was still a nature-based economy. Central European
    • inborn faculties of such a nature that they were able to come to this instinctive perception. Out
    • dispute it. When the conflict over the nature of the Last Supper arose in the Middle Ages the
    • whole human nature during the ancient oriental culture. Those who worked out of the Mysteries
    • -for human life in general that goes over and beyond the immediate elementary affairs of nature
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    • anything to say about the real nature of man.
    • animal-element in man appears in a modified form, the extent to which the animal-nature in man
    • learn of nature, the less we understand of ourselves, the less we understand of the human
    • feel what his real nature is. While on the one hand we have more and more demands of a practical
    • being's own nature. Such a discrepancy in human experience would have been quite impossible in
    • When one no longer strives to fathom one's nature as a human being and to fashion the social
    • structure in such a way that this human nature can be at home in it; and when one strives,
    • could easily be added. Thus we see on all sides how man has lost insight into the true nature of
    • the limitations of natural science and directs his soul's gaze upon its own nature. He will have
    • nature that, during the period of earth-existence, they cannot emerge fully. These states of
    • its inner nature, grows beyond what I can be as earthly man. As earthly man I am forced, in a
    • of course, symbolically — the human being will ask: 'Who can decipher for me my nature as a
  • Title: Abbreviated Title: Lecture I:
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    • significance for the inner nature of things as eating is for the continuing
    • they are eaten has nothing at all to do with their inner nature. Just as
  • Title: Talk To Young People:
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    • perfectly but as they look out at nature, their distinct feeling is,
    • for nature, we should develop the most elementary forces within
    • remember the powerful claims for nature and the natural order, for
    • helped them develop a really joyful enthusiasm for nature. Actually,
    • not living in the three dimensions revealed by the threefold nature
    • nature to tell ourselves over and over to wake up, otherwise all the
    • in our time and how nature with its flaming color speaks to us of the
  • Title: "Heaven and Earth will pass away but my words will not pass away"
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    • The nature of the
    • their inner nature, but must be content with the outer fact. Very
    • significance for the various kingdoms of nature, — for instance,
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture I: Tree of Life - I
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    • took pains to understand Nature around them. And so we can say that
    • according to the saga, a threefold divine nature flowed into man. It
    • must be something of a soul-nature that the Gods have laid within
    • that in the human soul a threefold nature lives, that the Gods have
    • germinated in their inner soul nature, that filled it through and
    • was direct experience. This soul nature was destined to be radically
    • by those who, through their whole nature and being, have not been
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture II: Tree of Life - II
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    • it in direct connection with a consideration of the nature of man. We
    • inner etheric nature, and founds a Jesus-ology, a science of Jesus;
    • b) has little interest in the direct connection of man's inner nature
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture III: The Power of Thought
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    • before we are born and belongs to the forming forces of our nature.
    • there people have not a genuine consciousness of the living nature of
    • again, but in their feeling, in their inner nature, they preserved a
    • inwardly alive. They want to keep it of a Moon-nature, cut off from
    • is who tells us how the earth has originated, the nature of the human
    • indicates, how it is connected with the Christ-nature and the
    • Jahve-nature. It is a continuous revelation of the Christ to allot
    • thinking: In all that takes place there is something of the nature of
    • They did not yet feel the deeper nature of these teachings, but what
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture IV: Harmonizing Thinking, Feeling and Willing
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    • connected only with this inner nature.
    • and willing of ours to our inner nature.
    • the inner nature — as he calls them: all higher
    • nature of that which he must undergo during the Earth-evolution? I
    • conceiving and thinking in the right way with human nature. This they
    • which live in our inner nature. If he were not to shut us off like
    • external through our inner nature. That has been destroyed for us
    • through those Luciferic spirits who have an archangel nature and who
    • sun-nature into the evolution of mankind. This cosmic Sun-nature came
    • with the Sun-nature outside the earth realm, and what the cosmos is
    • here again we encounter a fact of such a nature that it is
    • breaking in pieces. And so it is with the whole of outer nature.
    • from the concept of ‘inanimate nature
    • to the concept of ‘Nature that has
    • to grasp this actively, and look upon Nature as a corpse, then we
    • there, my dear friends, a way open: how the cosmic, the sun-nature
    • comes again into our whole human race, how again the sun-nature, lost
    • head&'s inner nature, one might say, is hidden. If
    • lower nature — disregarding the intellect -solely
    • instincts that live in his lower nature, for manifesting himself in
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  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture V: Tree of Knowledge - I
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    • nature; real processes are going on which are dependent on the
    • soul from his bodily nature, to adapt himself to the new
    • determines the essential nature of earth existence, that a 'red' is
    • one really gets the truly living idea that the human soul nature is
    • Nature. I say 'the tragedy of the world of
    • nature.’™ We really take from a whole world,
    • human soul that is really sensitive to nature: that there, in the
    • background of Nature, lies something which she must continually
    • submit to; namely, that man contests Nature, who will give all to
    • And now consider with full human feeling this gainsaying of Nature,
    • Nature how something is taken away from her. And it is taken away
    • the thought that he wants to have for himself what Nature wishes to
    • Nature when she says: Protect myself as I will, world evolution has
    • been turned away from everything of a sense nature. One could feel
    • thee) the whole mystery of Nature, who wants to protect herself from
    • home.’ She, Nature, would like to do with all her objects
    • shares in the tragedy of Nature.
    • thou must think of me eternally); he must think of Nature forever,
    • representative of the whole of Nature — every
    • Again as the representative of the whole of Nature.
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  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture VI: Tree of Knowledge - II
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    • be sure, the lower sense are more of a chemical nature, but
    • ). This physical nature of the sense-organs can be
    • happenings, but mixes his nature into them.
    • the Sun. The thought nature, as we men can grasp it, comes from the
  • Title: World Downfall and Resurrection
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    • more of the nature of inspiration, removed altogether from the
    • teaching founded upon the nature of the Father God. When we
    • man are of the nature of the forces of the Earth. This is not
    • colder zones. The bodily nature and the forces working in the
    • On the Division of Nature. He himself no longer
    • put it in these words: In Nature, in the created world around
    • him, man gazed upon the region of the Father God. Behind Nature
    • in nature; and in the succession of the generations, in the
    • namely the Nature Spirits. The minds of men during the first
    • obliged to wage perpetual warfare against the Nature Spirits
    • distinguish him from the Nature Spirits. What these men of old
    • combined with the kingdom of Nature. It was from this
    • Nature Gods are working in Nature but at a certain stage they
    • Nature Spirits, nor from the Father God who worked creatively
    • Nature Spirits, but from the Son, from the Logos whom the
    • knowledge derived by the ancients from Nature, but in the
    • things of Nature; now they have been released and are whirling
    • longer be derived from the source of Nature. The question now
    • is to say, as the Earth is Nature. I have reminded you many
    • Nature. But the ruins of antiquity are forever with us. They
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    • spiritual science of this nature is usually held by accepted philosophy to
    • erred into false tracks, fails to perceive that the nature of its own
    • rudderless ship on the waves of life. A drifting of this nature produces,
    • outer circumstances of life. Though we are often unconscious of its nature,
    • until we have experienced their true nature.
    • cognitive value. We must not shrink from really experiencing their nature;
    • of Nature. With genuine Natural Science this ideal is justifiable. It may
    • coincide with knowledge of Nature. This insight can prove a turning point
    • belief that actual reality, or something in the nature of unity with the
    • cognitional method of this nature can be called anthroposophical, and the
    • and be subject to transformation. Many an erroneous view of its true nature
    • direction had been of a precursory nature only. The way and the manner in
    • being dualistic in nature, as many imagine, it is pure Monism. It sees the
    • of this nature. The fundamental conceptions, which, with St. Thomas Aquinas
    • Nature herself, instead of exercising the faculty of observation, it was
    • error without going deeply into the nature of his philosophy and its
    • and the subjective nature of apprehension. All this has resulted from the
    • the nature of form by dividing the universal into three kinds. The universal,
    • nature. The philosophers, accordingly, differentiated the universal that
    • everything that confronts us in the nature of higher reality — far
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  • 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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    • the educator. Of course what I shall have to say about the nature of the
    • should be drawn: the teacher must really have a deep feeling for the nature
    • nature but rather develop his individuality, etc. You know that our art of
    • nature, that it should be built up in the widest sense on a knowledge of
    • nature of the growing child. If we as teachers were able to engage
    • interest comes from the intrinsic nature of knowledge that is being gained
    • thing to speak tragically (but out of the nature of the thing itself) and
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    • of our human nature are of course not subject to uniform development but
    • different way in the female. The nature of this phenomenon in the female
    • from the world outside of man, from the observation of nature and its
    • bodily nature and not merely on his soul — with this you
    • what is coming to meet it from within in the nature of up-building forces.
    • for the sake of man's human nature — that is
    • repelled from man's inner nature by the musical element. The teachers in
    • develop their forms from these, then you have something that man's nature
    • really wills, something related to the being and becoming in human nature.
    • such a fashioning of the teacher's nature, its outer manifestation would
    • to whom nature reveals her secrets feels a hunger for art.
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    • outside us have a pronounced visual nature and a subtle sound nature that
    • from within us towards the surface, has a pronounced sound nature and a
    • subtle colour nature in its various sounds, that comes to expression more
    • entirely of a soul nature, Modern man, especially since the middle 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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    • through. Equally, everything in language which is of a musical nature, for
    • they are of the order of the soul. Outside, in nature, we have to deal with
    • nature. It must be admitted that embryological science is rather
    • limb nature of man, only that which is not of 'head nature'; because the
    • one's rules for life out of the nature of life. For example, if a student
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    • that the nature of man's development is entirely different in the three
    • said about the forces of man's normal nature, man's nature as it appears in
    • nature of will, is subsensible.
    • nature every time that determines what you do. And it is ideal if the
    • although certain forces appear to be of a spiritual-soul nature, they also
    • come to expression in our bodily nature. For the capacity is terribly
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    • what is of an imaginative nature. More and more, people sought
    • nature builds up the human countenance — making every
    • emphasizing asymmetry, that is, in containing something of a soul nature
    • “Is that in accordance with nature, is there something
    • like that in nature?” And if someone finds that nothing of
    • the sort exists in nature, he then considers what art portrays as having
    • In this respect, we cannot keep up with nature, after all. Whatever is
    • addition to nature. It represents something new placed into this world.
    • that.” It lies in the nature of the modern human being that
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    • attained and what they experienced out of their inherent nature
    • the external bodily nature than was the case in subsequent
    • soul-spiritual nature. The spiritual resulted for human beings
    • soul was poured, as it were, into the bodily nature. It had
    • freed itself from the bodily nature to some extent in Greece,
    • but the soul-spiritual held the bodily nature in balance
    • from historical events to Raphael's inner nature.
    • Since everything in regard to Raphael's nature proceeds so
    • Having thus considered Raphael's inner nature, let us turn to
    • inner nature. This was quite especially the case in Rome, where
    • kingdoms of nature. With the human being we have, in spiritual
    • nature.
    • our innermost nature was already there, only later to unite
    • nature in viewing the
    • spring-like in nature.
    • signature more strongly on what had developed on the soil of
    • imperfect in Giotto's pictures, in bringing the inner nature of
    • humanity, namely, that life and nature make no leaps. However,
    • in many respects life and nature make leaps all the time. We
    • whose nature it is to advance. Thus, certainty and hope arise
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    • colours the inherent nature of each soul, indeed the very
    • only with nature and itself, one says to oneself: a tremendous
    • secrets of Nature in an original manner by means of drawing
    • nature to what is still to be seen today of the “Last
    • manifests itself with its secrets in Nature.
    • Dover Publications edition, 2005.] Here the essential nature of
    • to the inner secrets of Nature.
    • in his work for the truth of Nature, Leonardo worked with a
    • one's way into the inner, self-sufficient nature of one's own
    • we sense that the artist created as Nature does, in standing
    • within the spirit of Nature, feeling himself inwardly connected
    • with the spirit of Nature.
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    • essential nature of the fairy tale itself is destroyed through
    • the Human Race. It lies in the nature of what is magical in
    • nature of fairy tales, I would have to hold many lectures.
    • occurrences of Nature experienced by the human being are
    • experience of a quite vague and indefinite nature may lie
    • in comparing its ability with what external Nature can do, in
    • transforming one thing into another. Nature is
    • spirit of Nature. But at deeper levels of soul experience, the
    • a human being, he was, however, actually of the nature of tree
    • generally-human nature, accompanying human beings at
    • in regard to the forces of Nature it helplessly faces and
    • respect the victor once again over the forces of Nature.
    • confronted by the “giant” forces of Nature
    • human soul against the forces of Nature — first
    • most profound in human nature or have no sense for what is so
    • to human nature. After an intellectual culture had
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    • spiritual nature in external objects. What has become merely
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    • proclaimed and of a tone-setting nature in the cultural life of
    • portrayal, between the humans walking around and the nature of
    • impulses. Everything of a political or external nature
    • passionate yearning for a woman of a broad spiritual nature.
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    • somewhat disrespectfully, were beings of a divine nature. For it was
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    • life, fully conscious of the illusionary nature of what was formerly
    • is necessary to admit. If we do realize all that, then human nature
    • nature of the times. You know that in the middle of the nineteenth
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    • threefold nature. It is just those whose favorable economic position
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    • inorganic nature you necessarily come to linking thoughts, to a
    • theory about lifeless, inorganic nature. This system of
    • phenomena in nature, in order to understand it. You would want
    • inorganic nature. What you have appropriated as a system of
    • thought derived from lifeless nature, you simply apply to
    • organic nature. This is what is usually understood today, as
    • it on to life-filled phenomena in nature. By comparison, just
    • from lifeless nature, concepts which are applied through habits,
    • empirically explored facts of nature.
    • conception of nature. Anthroposophy stands on the basis of a
    • phenomenological concept of nature. In a certain way this
    • nature: ‘Goethe is the Copernicus and Kepler of organic natural
    • nature on which so much of the 19th Century had been
    • mathematized nature, in the nature of building mathematical
    • (Nature's Investigator's Club — Wikepedia: August J G Batsch).
    • nature, it didn't bring one to a whole. — One can imagine
    • overall view of nature. Schiller found this unsatisfactory and
    • observations of nature. Thus, he began with a few lines —
    • plant. That realization was, as it were, the task of nature, and
    • the phenomena. One would speak in a specific way about nature.
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    • directly referred to as possessing a scientific nature but
    • thoughts and imaginative nature from within himself and find a
    • and knowledge, between spirit and nature? To a certain extent
    • said: “Nature is Spirit in its dissimilarity,”
    • we see how the threefold nature of the philosophic world view
    • on an understanding of a mathematical nature. Time was short to
    • the understanding of nature. So it happened that certain
    • bridge between nature and the spiritual. For us it has at the
    • other side of Nature”, as Hegel wanted it, but that it
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture IV: Anthroposophy and Pedagogy
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    • the childish nature is again conditioned by everything which
    • in the bodily nature and activates the expression of the human
    • nature. Thus, you can say the following. Just as for instance
    • of a soul-spiritual nature we give the child must also contain
    • childish nature into what is understood as the syllabus and
    • developing childish nature itself. The effort has been made to
    • receives a kind of powerful verse which echoes with his own nature,
    • the human nature of the child. It just needs our own effort to
    • bring our basic natures to it!’ — This bridge between
    • continue this way and try to find forms of a particular nature,
    • nature and in life being meaningful. This is more important
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture V: Anthroposophy and Social Science
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    • understanding the phenomena of human life and human nature as
    • grandiose way to outer sense perceptible nature and its laws.
    • institutions because Anthroposophy's nature involves flexible
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    • is for instance about human beings relating to nature or to the
    • physical nature of the human being. In these cases, one has at
    • “Germanic” nature could be documented, whereby the
    • should be clear about one thing. With nature observation the
    • contrast, by opposing external nature, mankind has living
    • that he, within the nature of the consonants, imitate the outer
    • objective re-living of outer nature. It is the re-living of
    • notice you can experience the nature of the consonants and
    • their bodily nature, and how speech absorbs the musical
    • phonetically relating what he perceived out in nature, into the
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    • Nature, although it glows to us as grand and powerful in tone
    • grandeur and greatness and power of nature. And the question
    • greatness and the sublimity of nature is, at first, spiritual
    • earthly civilization, and are implanted in his nature by that
    • course say that. We must first comprehend the nature and the
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    • lower nature. And here works most strongly what I previously
    • and what he is therefore capable of. Man's lower nature appears
    • force of nature, as you are to the movement of your limbs, also
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    • in us, what we ascribe to lower human nature, and which also
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    • nature. And we feel a deep chasm between our human nature and
    • the expansive nature around us.
    • when we look within ourselves, concerning an external nature
    • nature. We must stop saying to ourselves: Out there is nature,
    • external objects take on something foreign to their nature.
    • of the abyss which exists between himself and nature: something
    • age: Nature must appear as divine, and the human must be a
    • magical being. What does it mean, that nature must be able to
    • Nature must be able to appear as divine. The way it appears to
    • nature. It only appears to lack divinity. At most in dreams do
    • we see a relationship between nature and the inner life of man.
    • content to certain dreams. Dreams pull nature into the
    • must see how the awakened consciousness presents nature.
    • in nature, my dear friends, we have a relationship of the human
    • when he is approaching the spiritual - related to nature.
    • own nature and we live and act in it. Cold is foreign to us and
    • and recognize the spiritual nature of warmth - and we feel it
    • Threshold: nature, which was previously quietly outside us and
    • speak to us morally. Nature appears in the sun as a tempter.
    • aware of the true nature of thinking. Therefore we should
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    • gets to know the world by observing the kingdoms of nature
    • of nature in the outside world. But as you know, my dear
    • friends, behind the kingdoms of nature we have what is called
    • them as we speak of the other beings of the nature-kingdoms,
    • toward the kingdoms of nature when we feel that we belong to
    • because we stand alone and the kingdoms of nature are beyond
    • its true elemental nature, does not make us human, it makes us
    • the danger exists that we sink into animal nature. And when we
    • have a dream-like nature, as I have often explained, our
    • will feel the vegetative nature of the life of feeling. And
    • aware of his relationship to the kingdoms of nature. Therefore,
    • animal nature, he seems like some kind of animal - at least in
    • kingdoms of nature if he wishes to be knowledgeable. How he
    • How he must be aware of his own plant nature and therewith the
    • his own mineral nature, his own stone nature, by virtue of his
    • kinship with the air-element, and therewith the nature of the
    • That has been the nature of all Mystery Schools, that in them
    • world. It must also remain the nature of the Mystery Schools.
    • nature and intentions of this spiritual school.
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    • made with my signature. I'm not going to do that - despite it
    • world, in the kingdoms of nature, see the colors and the
    • star, cloud on cloud, creatures of the kingdoms of nature which
    • feel this threefold nature above all when we observe
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    • here we have a most important secret of human nature.
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    • school of a completely different nature before she discovered
    • often been described as the threefold human nature: the
    • human nature — this I — has a relation to the
    • the rhythm of breathing which by its very nature reveals that
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    • It's a question of becoming enlightened concerning the true nature
    • hierarchies and not with external nature. For what we can call
    • our I in external nature is only the distant echo of the I. The
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    • we associate with the beings of the three nature kingdoms and
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    • kingdoms of nature, much of what is derived from them being
    • be found in all the kingdoms of nature; that it cannot be
    • of nature here in the world of the senses.
    • standing among the three kingdoms of nature. We must also
    • kingdoms of nature. Just as we must learn to be physical
    • of nature. We belong to the three kingdoms of nature with our
    • etheric-physical nature. We belong to the three kingdoms of
    • three kingdoms of nature and to let them flow through us, to
    • kingdoms of nature.
    • three kingdoms of nature. And we learn as truly human to feel
    • so that we can stand in the realm of nature, but also in the
    • reality: from the side of nature and from the side of the
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    • belonging to the kingdoms of nature. We observe the glorious
    • find there what the inner nature of your being is. So you
    • nature of warmth resound from the choir-like words of the
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    • the true nature of the rainbow. All the thoughts thought by
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    • objectively pays attention to all the beings and events in nature
    • Something. And we call the Nothings the kingdoms of nature. That
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    • grows and exists and lives around us in the kingdoms of nature.
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    • then the third beast — created in its ghostly nature by
    • Guiding nature of your spirit.
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    • of all the kingdoms of nature and all the kingdoms of spirit to
    • path to world-knowledge. Thus, all the Beings of nature and of
    • which show the true nature of his present willing, feeling and
    • solid consistency — the nature of plants on earth —
    • Just as in all of nature a balance between light and darkness
    • behind us the gleaming colorful kingdoms of nature, to which we
    • wondrous sensory nature, nor is it what leads us to
    • we must learn to feel that our bodily nature — for it is
    • everything is of a fluid nature. Our own formative forces are
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    • enough, from all the kingdoms of nature and the hierarchies of
    • of nature, what on and from the earth lives and moves, what
    • look up to the heavenly heights; that to grasp the nature of
    • an idea of the nature of will we should look to the world's
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    • him from all the kingdoms of nature and from all the spiritual
    • being, the world in its true spiritual nature. They resound
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    • development of the modern nature of machines, actually created
    • comfortable but inaccurate claims that Nature makes no jumps,
    • research, so suitable at penetrating the phenomena of nature,
    • about nature and the world as such. Humanity lost the belief
    • be recognised in its true nature if you have the ability to see
    • the purely objective, non-human nature and within human life
    • circulation of money, the nature of capital, possession, the
    • nature of land and grounds and so on has developed something
    • from the nature of goods. People must realise — and here
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    • you continue, like the researcher in nature, objectively
    • everything which the human being brings out of nature as his
    • beings to a particular part of nature. Here one needs to really
    • and their consumption of nature, the measure of the work
    • processes at the beginning of the relation of people to nature,
    • of nature into consumables for the community, all these
    • achieved as it has been up to now, of nature, human labour and
    • capital. In a most chaotic way nature, human labour and capital
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    • imagine are ingredients from nature, but he does not become a
    • Just like the circulation of goods stand opposite nature
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    • misunderstood conception that nature makes no leaps in a
    • personality, experiencing human nature within, actually makes
    • social nature of current humanity.
    • is the nature of what is alive; that is also what the nature of
    • non-military. What has to be uniform through its very nature,
    • supported by more signatures in Germany than the one-time
    • that over a hundred signatures for this appeal in Germany and
    • up to yesterday over seventy signatures out of German-Austria
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    • nature of development it must prepare the form of the social
    • soul of those people touched in their real nature by the modern
    • of force such words had on the proletarian natured soul.
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    • Based on the nature of these things, the Proletarian
    • beings and nature, they remain stuck for this reason within a
    • essence of economic- and human nature, with which the science
    • nature will as much admit that the social organism within the
    • in the foundations of nature. Within certain boundaries, such
    • nature be shifted a bit; yet these natural foundations
    • working wages and the nature of goods, this relationship
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    • this the very thing that helps him to understand its nature? And will
    • blindly among the secrets of Nature with vague feelings, and Mysticism
    • the nature of Mysticism. In the first centuries of Christendom the
    • again we find Mystics describing the nature and mode of their
    • Beethoven): “The primal organs of creation and of nature are
    • And now let us briefly consider the nature of the Mysteries. What were
    • place in human nature in the course of the development of art?’ Man's
    • in human nature is in reality one and undivided but has been separated
    • insight into the mysteries of human nature. Herein he felt his call.
    • A way into the inner depths of human nature was thus opened up
    • expression to the higher nature of the human being that he could not
    • intimate relationship with Nature, with stone, plant and animal.
    • Nature around them; the rippling brooks were not inarticulate but the
    • actual expression of Nature's wisdom. Wisdom streamed into the men of
    • kind of consciousness he has to-day. He was shut off from outer Nature
    • connection with Nature, wisdom is uniform among them, for they live
    • human Ego. The universal Wisdom, once bestowed by Nature herself now
    • instruments verily as if they were the primal organs of Nature.
    •  And what my name and nature
    • Amfortas-mystery portrays how human nature in the course of evolution
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    • evolution of man. The nature of this Being, how He had worked before
    • Naturally one could not have spoken to such men of outer Nature in the
    • sense in which we speak of Nature to-day. In their schools they spoke
    • of a spiritual world, and Nature — generally regarded nowadays as
    • human being to a lifeless nature. But Iamblichus would have
    • the dogma of the One Divine Nature or of the Two Divine Natures
    • every phenomenon of Nature. Julian the Apostate had heard from pupils
    • priests might determine the nature of the demon possessing him. And
    • In very creatures of nature they see the Divine-Spiritual. This is
    • Nature, in animal and in plant. Let no man be so sinful as to believe
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    • an external testimonial of its essential nature. But in the
    • The nature of life is such that, when a number of persons must
    • decades, that very much in the nature of a common experience of
    • nature of man, for the reason that our life must become more
    • I mean to say, whose nature seems to our feeling similar to
    • mean to say, we have a form of community which nature herself
    • nature of the human being at a time when the child's ether body
    • political agitation and also for their folk-nature through the
    • nature, something that goes beyond language. And this is sensed
    • evokes, simply through its own nature, the community feeling.
    • nature. But the basis for community-building can be of a
    • language and of memory in relation to the nature of
    • degree into a human community by reason simply of the nature of
    • through the summons of nature. From the second we awake into
    • through the external nature, there is an awaking at a higher
    • nature of the other. The individual persons awake to one
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    • external nature, including that of the other human being. There
    • particular nature of this Society, in which everyone should
    • An understanding of the nature of religious
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    • universe in which the cloud revealed its essential nature
    • of nature. He knew that power was also wielded by
    • aware of ‘forces of nature’; he felt himself
    • to be in communion with nature spirits. Today we may say
    • that everything that happens in nature follows the laws
    • of nature, and we are part of that nature. For the human
    • to say that everything that happened in nature outside
    • nature. We say the earth attracts the bodies that are on
    • nature. When we speak of nature we base ourselves on such
    • kingdom became part of human nature. In those far distant
    • this have for human nature? In the first place human
    • our thinking to luciferic nature, to the influence of
    • knowing that it is luciferic by nature.
    • by knowing that it is ahrimanic by nature. In future mere
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 2: East, West, and the Culture of Middle Europe, the Science of Initiation
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    • element into a higher aspect of their human nature, with
    • to abstract concepts. That is where the spiritual nature
    • the peculiar nature of Asian culture unless you look at
    • attitude has its roots in the essential nature of Western
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    • the essential nature of such a second stage ruler we have
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    • from the profound depths of human nature and coming to
    • cleverness of human animal nature, is coming to the fore
    • within animal nature. If you now take all the cleverness
    • relate to each other and to nature. It is doomed to die
    • relate to each other and to nature. It is doomed to die
    • whole of our essential human nature between our last
    • think of what we call the forces of nature today, of what
    • exists between nature as she actually is now and the
    • nature’ in the spiritual world, if I may put
    • nature by making these things one's own on the basis of
    • that is felt is the 'eternal nature of the human being'.
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    • nature of the world to its fullest extent.
    • the nature of the human heart. Of course, if doctors had
    • the wrong idea about the nature of the human heart that
    • threefold by nature and so is the human organism. The
    • us understand the essential nature of the human being. It
    • conflicts are due to the very nature of spiritual
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    • view of nature that is generally taken today, a view that
    • present situation is such that the pathological nature of
    • nature of physical matter is thus found by following the
    • is impossible to know the true nature of gravity. People
    • explain that the essential nature of gravity is not
    • get to know the nature of the force that makes the chalk
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    • understand nature in a way when we use the intellect to
    • nature. Yet we are in error if we think and believe some
    • the laws pertaining to it in that outer nature.
    • matter, its infrastructure and essential nature, in the
    • essential nature of matter in the outside world. To put
    • look for the nature of matter in the outside world and be
    • sensory perceptions we shall never discover the nature of
    • It is that the nature of matter, which materialism is
    • a clear, true picture of the nature of the world and the
    • shall find its laws. The essential nature of gravity is
    • different, at the real nature of things. Here in the
    • the nature of what is called 'Jesus' there. The point is
    • become the essential inner nature of the human being, it
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 8: The Opposition of Knowledge and Faith, Its Overcoming
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    • of a language that arose from the depths of human nature.
    • possible to draw conclusions as to the nature of the
    • the nature of a person from the fact that his visiting
    • nature of the individual on an analysis of the name
    • is the real nature of the spirit towards whom human
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    • shall base ourselves on facts relating to the nature of
    • will not take time at this point to consider the nature
    • impotence also formed part of oriental nature. This is
    • another culture to consider the true nature of the human
    • nature of those great minds and you will see that I am
    • spiritual nature of the human being. The spirit is
    • nature we experience immeasurably more than we are able
    • experienced in the depth of human nature — will
    • of the Middle is not materialistic by nature. We might
    • nature call it physical and spiritual, because
    • given them into the nature of the human being between
    • nature, a being the mind could entirely encompass, was
    • world, on animal nature. Darwin presented a magnificent
    • reality the West considers only animal nature, just as
    • beyond animal nature. That is as far as the West has got.
    • significant aspect of the signature of the present time.
    • with our understanding of the threefold nature of the
    • fail to grasp this and fail to perceive the true nature
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 10: Transition from the Luciferic to the Ahrimanic Age and the Christ Event to Come
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    • in earlier wars — energies deriving from the particular nature of
    • nature. These forces are completely at odds with everything that came
    • the phenomena of nature. Today, people see only dry-as-dust, prosaic
    • which their minds perceived when they looked at the phenomena of nature.
    • They saw elemental in everything nature presented to them. Thus we may
    • may have been, some illumination was received as to the nature of those
    • This only concerns itself with forces that can be abstracted from nature
    • beings, just as the forces of nature are independent of human beings.
    • Perceived in the phenomena of nature in the past. Then, people would look
    • at the phenomena of nature and say: ‘Elemental spirits are at Work
    • soul came to an understanding with the phenomena Of nature, and the
    • perceived in the phenomena of nature in older times were luciferic by
    • nature; the spirits active in machines, in all products of technology,
    • are ahrimanic by nature. Human beings are thus surrounding themselves
    • into the situation to give human beings their bearings. The nature of
    • when it comes to perceiving the nature of the human being. Science mostly
    • include the human being. It is unable to perceive the nature of the human
    • nature of the human being.
    • beings can no longer get through to each other; that the nature of the
    • developed that embraced the true nature of the human being, and in the
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  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 11: Modern Science and Christianity, Threefold Social Order, Goetheanism
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    • aspects of human nature are such that we cannot consider
    • find that human nature as we know it today relates
    • is not yet fully developed but in its essential nature
    • The forces of the earth, the intrinsic nature of the
    • and its forces in developing our essential human nature,
    • the ego. With reference to human nature, therefore, the
    • Christ we are able to join our own essential nature to
    • what we need to develop our own nature and take it beyond
    • essential human nature, when we are able to see the way
    • essential nature of which I have already characterized
    • of the essential human nature, of human evolution and
    • Ahriman wants us to do the same. He wants human nature to
    • human nature — I am of course assuming that a time
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    • happening in this interim, we must first consider the nature of man.
    • which is apparently dead, mineral in nature, consists of the same
    • bodies and the nature of man. An external physical body, such as a
    • kingdom, the crown of human nature. We can catch sight of this fourth
    • being can pronounce this word in the soul to its soul, in whose nature
    • I-bearer, the fourth member in the human nature, makes man the first
    • daytime consciousness, in waking, do the four members of human nature
    • nature interpenetrate each other only when awake. When man sleeps, the



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