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  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • entities on could say. For him, one entity is this, that he
    • faculties of knowledge. Such a thinker was Jakob
    • develop inner faculties because of the law which must be valid:
    • garden”; he/she could not develop those faculties that
    • alongside the physical world. Then why do the human faculties
    • possibilities of activity of humanity. And we must say to
    • the materialistic capacities for a period. One can also
    • before the greatest riddles. The capacities that led them to
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 2: Man's Ascent into the Supersensible World
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    • of our moral qualities, such as pleasure and displeasure, pain and joy,
    • world. Upon the astral plane, thoughts are realities. Each thought which
    • forms. At first these will be transient realities surging up and down,
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 3: The Different Conditions of Man's Life After Death
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    • connections and ties reach us as far as Devachan. Two people are intimate
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 5: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • into us and become capacities. In a subsequent earthly life all the
    • in the form of capacities and talents. A feeling of unrestrained bliss
    • is contained in this process of transformation of experiences into capacities.
    • in the causal body has been transformed into capacities, man begins
    • suited to the capacities and qualities of the reincarnated human being.
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 6: Man's Return to a New Earthly Life
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    • into capacities.
    • of the capacities acquired by each human germ. None of these forms
    • different individualities. Their whole character is contained in these
    • These lasting qualities
    • forces. Since the qualities of the etheric body have such an influence
    • Since moral qualities appear
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 7: Effects of the Law of Karma
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    • of insignificant personalities but where personality is strongly differentiated
    • definite capacities, that was incarnated many centuries ago and now
    • tends towards a new incarnation. In accordance with his capacities he
    • must feel attracted towards parents whose physical qualities most closely
    • correspond with his capacities. He seeks out the family whose bodily
    • the one he needs in order to give full expression to his capacities.
    • with the best organ for his musical activities. This is the meaning contained
    • plane the human spirit gradually formed communities and states out of
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 8: The Evolution of Man and of the Solar System; the Atlantic Evolution
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    • the Mysteries knew of more encompassing, more powerful realities. What
    • had instead other highly developed faculties, for example the power
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 10: Paths of Occult Training
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    • qualities which man must have; he must be able to bear what one calls great
  • Title: i Spirituality: Lecture 1: Historical Symptomology, the Year 790, Alcuin, Greeks, Platonism, Aristotelianism, East, West, Middle, Ego
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    • leading individual personalities are the principal driving forces in this development or whether
    • It is not discussed in such a way that in a certain sense both personalities, the Greek and the
    • in it?' Not 'What are the realities in it?' But he actually asks: 'How must I imagine the world
    • abilities; it can only be spread by people accepting those who see into these things, who can
    • ancient times we see individual personalities, we see them expressing in their words what was the
    • absolutely call for the qualities that may arise in individuals who are able to penetrate the
    • cannot progress properly because in the autumn we found ourselves in great money difficulties.
    • realities. This is why it does not get involved with proposals of schemes for a founding but
    • points to what has to happen in reality — and human beings are indeed realities — so
    • varieties of supersensible ideas; the sum-total of existence, more or less, is the object of
    • experience and poetry, however, are not separate, opposed and mutually-limiting activities of
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 2: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 1
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    • individuals who belong to Anglo-Saxon secret societies and who have great influence — we
    • have spoken on a number of occasions in past years of the roll of these secret societies
    • through human bodies and do not live in normal regular incarnations. The leading personalities of
    • those which make it their task to cause the individual abilities in the human being to be
    • forgotten — those abilities which we bring with us from the spiritual worlds when, through
    • of being the tendency to root out individual abilities and to turn people more or less into a
    • it so, by getting to know a fairly large number of people who are scattered in secret societies,
    • radiate like an epidemic their own exceptional qualities onto other human beings. These three
    • State. And the third kind of being those that suppress the individual abilities of the human
    • nine lectures in different cities,
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 3: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 2
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    • sects and in secret societies and the like. In the East there are also certain leading
    • personalities who, under the influence of beings from the past who appear to them in
    • activities. It is directed towards entirely abstract spiritual regions, and basically does not
    • activities — spiritual life, political life and economic life — get mixed up
    • ancient traditions of the different secret societies, (the significance of which I have
    • ceremonies and ritual of the Western societies, have become more or less empty forms — one
    • in individual, personalities depends an configurations of folk psychology such as these. Although
    • gives the leading personalities of the Centre — and the other human beings, of course,
    • universities was not objective history but party-wisdom, distinctly politically coloured. And
    • is particularly organized through its natural qualities, can be complemented by the political and
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 4: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 3
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    • personalities of Goethe and Schiller. I will only point out in addition how in Schiller's
    • so that these logical necessities do not also enslave the human being.
    • own deepest inherent peculiarities.' This is what
    • no longer able to distinguish between what is speaking of realities and what writes whole books,
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 5: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 4
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    • faculties in his soul which enabled him to achieve a relationship to nature — a
    • idea of the faculties rising up out of the human soul that are higher than the faculties
    • concerned with daily life. Although in olden times these faculties arose from the soul in a
    • dreamlike way, they were nevertheless faculties different from those of everyday life and it was
    • faculties that people tried to probe to the depths of the
    • importance were the abilities, the forces, brought by the human being into physical existence
    • taken out to the land. What has arisen in the cities will transplant itself into the country.
    • faculties that stand in a relationship to nature, he is not free. If he tries to flee into the
    • faculties that have nothing to do with either knowledge or practical life, like pure
    • with someone who did not bring qualities that made him effective in the economic life and which
    • abilities that correspond to this old form. Today no one can be proud of being a physicist, a
    • declare spiritual science a heresy. This is what makes difficulties for our Anthroposophical
    • sixteen lectures given in different cities in 1910, (GA 118). Return
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 5
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    • inborn faculties of such a nature that they were able to come to this instinctive perception. Out
    • The inborn faculties based on the action of the
    • understand the development of the universities. How have the universities developed? One should
    • The monastery schools have become universities. Everything that was taught had to have the stamp
    • without a belief in Rome itself, is the mentality of our universities today. It is also the
    • nothing but nullities. This is expressed right into small details. There is an utter inability to
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 7: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 6
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    • characteristics of the nations. All that has resulted from this is that peace treaties have been
    • abilities to ask: How was it that the pick of humanity was such that it brought these people to
  • Title: Talk To Young People:
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    • have grown into the various activities of the movement. However, what
  • Title: "Heaven and Earth will pass away but my words will not pass away"
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    • faculties, because our psychic-Spiritual is reflected on our physical
    • Spheres and are productive forces. Intuitions are actualities entering
    • demands upon the activities of man than our Spiritual Science, which
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture I: Tree of Life - I
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    • philosophy of Kant, from these two original polarities of European
    • important leading personalities to create a harmony, as it were,
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture II: Tree of Life - II
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    • intention of the Jahve Divinities guiding earthly evolution, I should
    • earthly human evolution if the original purposes of the Jahve-deities
    • Jahve-deities we were to gain the knowledge during the day and live
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture III: The Power of Thought
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    • in the cosmos and which from these irregularities has acquired
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture IV: Harmonizing Thinking, Feeling and Willing
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    • or Mahatmas. No matter how many unnamed Beings and personalities
    • personalities, who as physical persons are prepared to take full
    • mediumistic paths, but to historical or living personalities. This
    • communication of the statements of personalities, and the second is
    • beings, but one must not appeal to them as authorities. That is a
    • realities. The moment that one puts a false garment on them, one
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture V: Tree of Knowledge - I
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    • sun-activities, shoots, leaves, fruits are called forth, and
    • about in space and who, if it wishes to arrive at realities, must
    • and time, those realities which rule as the eternal things in the
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture VI: Tree of Knowledge - II
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    • faculties of perception.
    • zone which is entirely interpenetrated with activities of the
    • brings in the activities of the outer world like pictures. The child
    • audacious, when, in addition, he projected his activities behind the
    • activities. Thus the direction of the Luciferic working radiates from
    • societies will most certainly not cease without further ado! But how
    • forth movements, activities in the etheric body. The thoughts
    • realities.
  • Title: World Downfall and Resurrection
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    • remembrance to these tribal deities, although to some extent
    • and the other Divinities who both create and are
    • themselves created. These other Divinities are the Beings
    • namely, by the application of those faculties and forces which
  • Title: Lecture: Philosophy and Anthroposophy
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    • world, first develops in the soul faculties not yet evident in ordinary
    • consciousness and science. The development of these faculties renders this
    • devote all suitable faculties to the pursuit of Natural Science is a sound
    • even in our day personalities endowed with a true comprehension of
    • Aristotle. Vincent Knauer, who in the 'eighties was lecturer at the
    • inner faculties strengthens the soul to such an extent that the struggle
    • abstract thought; the experience of spiritual realities is achieved.
    • which is only concerned with the transformed faculties of perceiving and
    • from the outer world; they must solely grasp what the transformed faculties
    • shrink from transforming the faculties which in ordinary consciousness are
  • 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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    • can be observed best in our universities. What are our universities in fact
    • as to point to this as a particular advantage of our universities, that
    • noble educational principles, I have followed the best authorities on
    • different spirit. If you go through your teaching duties with inwardly true
    • we are able to make individualities out of those we teach, individualities
  • Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture III: Spiritual Knowledge of Man as the Fount of Educational Art
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    • see. Other sense qualities are intermingled with what we hear on the one
    • distinguish three very distinctly different inner activities. Firstly
  • 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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    • similar fact in the realities of life. Living reality cannot be contained
    • the individual treatment of events or personalities of history protects the
    • it than you would think. And then you will develop certain faculties which
    • are matters which show us how we can overcome some difficulties in teaching
  • Title: Social Understanding: Lecture II: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • know, the first of the capacities that leads man into supersensible realms
    • is whether these capacities need concern us at all except in their
    • capacities have any part to play in the rest of man's life?
    • Activities going
  • Title: Buddha and the Two Boys: Lecture I: Buddha and the Two Boys of Jesus
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    • flow together in them. It is necessary, therefore, to study such entities
    • great teacher of humanity. This latter gradually takes on other capacities
    • but we were endowed with quite different abilities than we have today; old
    • abilities have partly receded, new ones have been added.
    • mere forces have become here special entities. This system of entities is
    • individuality, similarly as in us the faculties of thinking, feeling and
    • willing. The clairvoyant perceives this host of related entities of the
    • different abilities in his early youth than the Nazarene one. The former
    • showed himself well developed in all the qualities that can be outwardly
  • Title: Buddha and the Two Boys: Lecture II: The Gospels, Buddha and the Two Boys of Jesus
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    • qualities, but at first not with those qualities which would have led man
    • when he becomes visible, as a multiplicity, as a host of entities. It is of
    • this multitude of entities that the writer of the Gospel of Luke tells us
    • In the lineage of Solomon the royal qualities are propagated, in the
    • lineage of Nathan the priestly qualities. The royal qualities emerge
    • especially in the first two periods of human life; the qualities which,
    • developed these qualities to perfection in an inner way, he had to make use
    • of all the abilities that came out in the physical and etheric body up to
    • the age of twelve. Such abilities could be given to him in particular by
    • the qualities inherited in the house of Solomon. For the task he had,
    • same faculties were always there, which gradually developed from primitive
    • especially creative abilities at a certain age. But one would not like to
    • off, contains all the qualities that the human being could have had in his
    • these certain qualities of the people. If the Zarathustra should embody
    • himself, it had to be in a shell which had the essential qualities of his
  • Title: Lecture: Art As A Bridge Between The Sensible And The Supersensible
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    • and Pharisees, single communities that stood out, that were in possession
    • solely to solve the social question on the basis of externalities. It
    • theosophical societies. There one remains completely in words, in
    • externalities. Only in passing over to questions such as,
    • possibilities for viewing things. There are countless examples in this
    • communicated to certain personalities during the last horrifying years.
  • Title: Raphael's Mission in the Light of the Science of the Spirit
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    • individualities, of whom one had at first assumed, they light
    • sensory element of Greek cities, of Greek works of art, or
    • we see such figures arise as St. Augustine, personalities of a
    • Raphael's natural abilities by means of which, in an earlier
    • integral to Raphael's innate faculties, what was not there in
  • Title: Leonardo's Spiritual Stature: Lecture
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    • disposition, brings qualities over from earlier earth-lives.
    • follows after the green leaves. Great individualities become
    • great capacities. In the new age he is able everywhere to touch
  • Title: Fairy Tales: in the light of Spiritual Investigation
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    • in place of their subtle and enchanting qualities. These well
    • spiritual in the universe. They saw spiritual realities
    • the unfolding of its natural abilities, it senses wonderful
  • Title: A Mongolian Legend
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    • will find in other entities the spirituality of the world,
  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
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    • from youth onwards, as it were, amid personalities who stood in
    • also had close ties to popular tradition, combining this with
    • able to contribute to it. At the beginning of the seventies of
    • to leading individualities, undergone a spiritual
    • rebirth. This is evidenced by personalities who have
    • has been re-enlivened by significant Greek personalities.
    • though directly within the unique qualities of the particular
    • for Herman Grimm, the various personalities of history merge
    • a tableau before us in contrasting two spiritual entities,
    • his literary and artistic abilities.
    • However, these two personalities are never able to come
    • beings and individualities.
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    • how in these times realities are completely different from what is
    • return to the realities. And when things such as imperialism are
    • characterized by realities. When an oriental ruler of ancient times
    • they are symbols. The first phase was characterized by realities, the
    • These earlier realities play strongly into
    • realities: One person was the God for the mentality of the other
    • previous evolution was from realities to signs and symbols, now the
    • realities, or symbolic crowns on princes and tsars, also from the
    • enterprises of the somewhat foul smelling colonists, realities
    • responsibilities confront humanity in these times. Only in this way
    • the schools and universities. That history does not call things by
    • feelings towards responsibilities. Let's now consider the other side.
    • secret societies are most active, trying to insert the second phase
    • Chamberlain and the symbolic imperialism of the secret societies,
  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 2
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    • had their real meaning. To a certain extent they were realities.
    • the old realities had not transformed themselves into platitudes,
    • want to hold on to the old realities, even when they have become
    • concepts, but on realities! We could ask the question: What happened
    • showing the historical realities. In history the definition of one
    • it is a question of studying realities. For we are living in an age
    • when realities must be closely observed and revealed.
    • societies which possess great power in the English-speaking
    • societies organized outwardly under very sympathetic rules, and have
    • you will find very few members of these secret societies. Members are
    • secret societies. In Great Britain there are 1,354 lodges, in the
    • public life, and in the secret societies the symbols, which are only
    • secret societies, whose members usually don't understand them —
    • contain spiritual elements. And in the secret societies which possess
    • for these societies is power, not insight. It is important for them
    • together in those societies. Just imagine how many people belong to
    • in communities. When people of the same confession come together in a
    • century there were two opposing parties in the English parliament
    • platitudes encourage the falsification of realities. And what
    • the realities the only one remaining is the economy. And in the
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  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 3
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    • imperialism of the first human societies, of which I spoke yesterday,
    • heavenly facts and personalities, then one can hold the opinion that
    • although those secret societies, about which I spoke yesterday, only
    • the Catholic Church and the secret societies which used Freemasonry
    • thing can be said, how in these secret societies the opinion is very
    • culture of secret societies, which are sated with empty symbols. But
    • as such by the secret societies. There is little awareness of this
    • seriously and all activities should be organized according to this
    • responsibilities, divert our attention from what is a radical evil
    • activities. You will have seen that I have not spoken in favor or
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture I: Anthroposophy and Natural Science
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    • causalities which you would be doing with regard to lifeless,
    • in which to verify human causalities — if I may use
    • sentence today which I made in the eighties of the previous
    • the 19th Century how certain parties of science in a certain
    • then it does not happen that the lifeless activities stops in
    • the form of the animal. Already during the eighties (1880's)I
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture III: Anthroposophy and Philosophy
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    • fifties, sixties and seventies of the nineteenth century,
    • Vladimir Soloviev. By placing these three personalities in
    • important to us because we allow the particularities of his
    • view was formed through the characteristics and abilities of
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture IV: Anthroposophy and Pedagogy
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    • life's opportunities. If one takes on this life and fructify it
    • deeply. Whoever trains his abilities of observation will learn
    • a typewriter, we know that with such activities humanity has
    • This atmosphere which spreads in all activities, which needs to
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture V: Anthroposophy and Social Science
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    • a direct encouragement for practical activities — practical
    • entered into but only completely trivial generalities are
    • individual personalities immediately appeared who in their way are
    • European personalities who were interested but who were not
    • capitalistic relationships, only when such possibilities are
    • features and childish qualities. Twenty years later I look at
    • is small and has childish qualities and quite a different
    • indicating realities and not abstract ideas. Obviously one had
    • because this attempt has grown from the soil where realities
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture VI: Anthroposophy and Theology
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    • instance follow currents in parties and are influenced by all
    • — it dwells in the subtleties of the human organisation.
    • shows that these abilities, which dwelt within human beings,
  • Title: Impulse of Renewal: Lecture VII: Anthroposophy and the Science of Speech
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    • through human research capabilities of an unknown origin.
    • English speakers from those who belonged to other nationalities
    • nationalities, the latter with their frame of mind being that
    • of other nationalities; that the soul life is experienced quite
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 2
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    • From all this you can judge how different spiritual realities
    • mirror, but as realities from the yawning abyss of being.
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    • completely new capacities for distinguishing between reality
    • difficulties upon entering the spiritual world, because your
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    • dreams to see how dependent they are on irregularities,
    • abnormalities in the breathing process. When the breathing
    • together in one, where light and darkness become realities. And
    • without light and darkness becoming realities, we will not be
    • know nothing about these realities; that we can no longer do
    • realities.
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    • normal activities. We are used to moving a chair from one place
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    • difficulties. They are not merely anthroposophists, they are
    • objective truth. Among the first duties of an esoteric student
    • steer through all the difficulties which will assail
    • quote almost verbatim. And you can see that the difficulties
    • through the future difficulties.
    • the divine-spiritual entities who guide humanity, the pause has
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    • living impulse. One assumes no responsibilities other than
    • earnest responsibilities for the Society, for anthroposophy,
    • School's activities. We were able to make a beginning with a
    • universities are organized. But that doesn't work under certain
    • not found in other universities. And there is no intention to
    • compete with other universities in the world, but to begin with
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    • created entities within you. You achieve this with thought. Now
    • by vague generalities, not by vague sensations are we able to
  • Title: First Class, Vol. II: Lesson 10
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    • meditated upon according to each member's possibilities and
    • two possibilities. One is that the person hears about
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    • capabilities. Thus much which perhaps could be quickly
  • Title: First Class, Vol. II: Lesson 12
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    • life; our thoughts are almost nullities. But when a being from
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    • deformities when carried to an extreme. Of course it must be
    • threshold — in many leading personalities at the
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    • personalities involved, because we will be entering ever more
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    • left together with our capacities for knowledge.
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    • earth we give names to nullities, we fall with our nullities into
    • the nullities. It is now clear to us, because over there
    • after we have taken into our souls all the profundities of divine
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    • other localities in a cosmopolitan manner.
    • School accept certain self-evident responsibilities. It is a
    • does not take on further responsibilities when one becomes an
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    • activities for tomorrow are: At 10:30 a.m. the course for
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    • duties and meaning of this Michael School. Therefore, I ask the
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    • character and the responsibilities connected with the School
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    • the 19th century. And since the seventies of the
    • flow into all legitimate esoteric activities in a conscious
    • that includes the duties incumbent on each individual.
    • unbiased human beings, and which contains what all entities in
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture I: The True Form of the Social Question
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    • solve the social problems and necessities required by life, by studying
    • leading personalities regarding the social question, on the
    • course of the war we see how personalities, who are active
    • capabilities, it was still insufficient to deal with the social
    • this doubt. One sees how important personalities within the
    • the nineties we see under the influence of this impulse which
    • arising from life's necessities of present day humanity which
    • in the world. By examining the more modern necessities of life
    • about developmental possibilities in the spatial and temporal
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture II: Comparisons at Solving the Social Question based on Life's Realities
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    • Based on Life's Realities and the Necessity for a Scientific
    • solve the social problems and necessities required by life, by studying
    • Social Question Based on Life's Realities and the Necessity
    • possibilities for the social question which do not come out of
    • knowledge of the necessities of this social organism. Healthy
    • abilities; the circulatory system rules the relation with this
    • this side to be healed and thus enable people and communities
    • abilities, so every attempt at socializing community living by
    • region of middle profit abilities, the sowing of wheat has a
    • which are brought together out of necessities for new
    • entities they ensure equality of all people before the law,
    • when only out of these entities it is ensured that free human
    • individualities develop schools, religious and spiritual life,
    • question, attempts at solutions based on necessities of life,
    • social organism. Towards various personalities who have been
    • personalities who are involved, how different events would have
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture III: Fanaticism Versus a Real Conception of Life in Social Thinking and Willing
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    • solve the social problems and necessities required by life, by studying
    • difficulties have been experienced during its development, have
    • views of proletarian personalities or proletarian rulers are
    • modern proletariat with their opportunities in life, with their
    • islands — and failing to build bridges to actualities in
    • from quoting or making statements about personalities who in
    • qualities of fanatics, they could be good people, they could be
    • doing their duties in their field, could even be excellent
    • relationship some personalities have to fanaticism, then some
    • people are quite astounded that these personalities can be
    • personalities we know today and see as practical in life, could
    • the nineties of the nineteenth century fanatics appeared as if
    • possibilities for progress in modern humanity.
    • spiritual faculties must have free evolutionary possibilities
    • personalities to edit some theme which has hardy or never been
    • nineties with my book
    • spiritual life, in relation to its activity in personalities,
    • other members instruct schools and universities, when I only
    • appointment of personalities, the limitations which may not be
    • council of large landowners, of rural communities, of cities
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  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture IV: The Evolution of Social Thinking and Willing and Life's Circumstances for Current Humanity
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    • solve the social problems and necessities required by life, by studying
    • the expansion of the human horizon of activities became ever
    • such a way that the cooperative societies, trade unions and so
    • stripped off. They must become purely economic serving entities
    • understanding of the difficulties when one looks for instance
    • that our activity towards everyone and all the activities of
    • came out of religious life, out of schools and universities.
    • This fanaticism appears in the most varied parties. It is even
    • here, in a relatively short time. Those individualities who
    • Reich took place at a time when the developmental possibilities
    • With this, necessities become clear, what needs to be realised
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture V: The Social Will as the Basis Towards a New, Scientific Procedure
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    • point of view today. Many, also earlier personalities who
    • spiritual goods — the legislation regarding universities
    • Austrian parliament was up to the end of the nineties (1890's).
    • Commerce, the great land owner, from the curia of the cities,
    • activities and intentions out in the open, but I can't quite
    • according to their needs, their relationships and abilities and
    • (eighteen) seventies and eighties had resulted from deep
    • incongruities. Don't forget that in such a state as Austria, in
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture VI: What Significance does Work have for the Modern Proletarian?
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    • soul sensitivities had to let the call be heard: ‘Does modern
    • say today: Among the ruling proletarian personalities, among
    • about the Proletariat but among those individualities who have
    • don't question the connection between these cruelties or
    • goods among other commodities. It is typical of the economic
    • to be compared with other commodities. Comparability is the
    • the value of some or other commodities or products.
    • possibilities of grading ranks among people who all originate
    • has led towards what the exchange of commodities is, and has to
    • abilities and skills.
    • development of individual abilities, from the start of the
    • individual human capabilities, so that this free spiritual life
    • the personalities within it, in relation to the personalities
    • the product of their particular individual capabilities of
    • which would give the worker the possibilities to establish a
    • from the basis of evolutionary necessities of mankind, are the
    • hand the price of commodities rises if it is not freed in the
    • individual qualities, his spiritual traits in the right way,
    • which individual abilities can just be used by cheating the
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  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • characteristics and qualities of Nifelheim while sending their
    • phantasy and clairvoyant faculties, of legend and myth. Nor should we
    • shows, albeit in brief outline, how true realities stream into the
    • This wisdom was mirrored in the ancient clairvoyant faculties of man,
    • lands. Spiritual Science speaks of advanced individualities and again
    • and again one is asked: Why do these individualities not reveal
    • faculties, then he is a Mystic — in every domain of life. No
    • matter whether his activities in the outer world are connected with
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • man could unfold higher faculties of knowledge and that by these means
    • of the highest faculties of Initiation-wisdom.
    • from medieval tradition a hatred of all that lived in personalities
    • certain personalities in the first three or four centuries after the
    • those who write them are regarded as authorities. People read such
    • difficult to imagine that anyone capable of writing such absurdities
    • learning of the quantities of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulphur,
    • passed on to those whose faculties of knowledge had reached the stage
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    • communities we can experience our first awakening to the spirit in our
    • artistic sensibilities. Yet in the background of all the work
    • communities? This is clearly what Dr. Rittelmeyer had in mind.
    • Here is the means available for creating communities. But,
    • the occurrences, exist those real entities which are actually
    • activities, we shall permeate these activities with
    • Indeed, my dear friends, visit the primitive communities: there
    • through! learning to evoke in our Anthroposophical communities
    • community-building. And those communities which are preordained
    • other and that, out of their awaking, communities result. For a
    • oneself as to the necessities of this study. This is the spirit
    • parties, two groups of persons, who fail mutually to understand
    • association of free Anthroposophical communities. Both could
    • an association of free communities, loosely united and yet
    • intimately bound to each other. The two societies could find a
    • But it is better to have two sister societies that love one
    • the matters which create our difficulties are the various
    • Central Executive Committee. Personalities are not being
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    • communities we can experience our first awakening to the spirit in our
    • who are familiar with the history of such societies as rest
    • many societies in the world which base their existence upon an
    • of course, according to the possibilities available as
    • determined by the character and capacities of the persons who
    • participated in these societies. Among the great multitude of
    • such societies there are to be found all possible gradations,
    • history of such societies are very well aware of one thing: the
    • members of such societies. Thus, as a general rule, among the
    • well known to those familiar with the history of such societies
    • is that, within these societies based upon brotherliness and
    • societies. This is a peculiar phenomenon. But Anthroposophy
    • awakes now simply through the natural impulses and necessities
    • into potentialities for comprehending things, for having them
    • wrangling in such societies, as I have described this, grows
    • societies whose inner substance is spiritual, and that it is
    • necessary to educate oneself for such societies in a manner
    • strife and conflict in societies based upon a sort of insight
    • truth. Then one has to share in the responsibilities of this
    • then gets drawn into responsibilities in connection with these
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  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 1: Evolution and Consciousness, Lucifer, Ahriman
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    • questions around the theme of the polarities of West and East,
    • this path the human soul developed activities more akin
    • entities that differed from human beings, entities that
    • has the qualities of an image. Its relationship to the
    • picture non-human entities. People, even people of good
    • penalties, and so on. The rewards and punishment meted
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 2: East, West, and the Culture of Middle Europe, the Science of Initiation
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    • essentially a civilization based on soul qualities. The
    • religious communities. For many centuries the tradition
    • among Western initiates in their societies, and that
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 3: Political Empires
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    • world to be that the smaller communities of past times
    • have given way to quite large human communities. We need
    • communities extended only over limited territories. The
    • civic communities of towns formed a relative whole, and
    • communities, though these should not be called
    • certain secret societies preserved them in a luciferic
    • way. Western secret societies in particular have been
    • those societies, though they have lost their real
    • societies — Freemasons, Jesuit organizations and
    • mad. The realities of those distant times have been
    • physical thrones. We must acquire the spiritual faculties
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 4: Western Secret Societies, Jesuitism, Leninism
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    • natural inclination for criminal activities that is in
    • sensibilities and forming ideas. These are the people who
    • are in our physical bodies are faculties that govern the
    • between life before birth and our faculties of thought in
    • our faculties of thought. Having entered into my present
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 5: How the Material Can Be Understood Only through the Spirit
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    • universities. It is the work done at the universities
    • leading personalities. This is now to be presented to the
    • simply by teaching outside the universities what until
    • the social organism actually compares to the activities
    • middle realm, with rhythmical activities in the human
    • things that do have an effect on the fruitful activities.
    • One of the main problems with those fruitful activities
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 6: Materialism and Mysticism, Knowledge as a Deed of the Soul
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    • take a living comprehension of spiritual entities as your
    • develop our sensibilities to a point where we perceive
    • definition that takes hold of realities, in this case the
    • realities become polar opposites when knowledge is
    • have held on to childishness into our thirties; but this
    • words to the effect that the entities of the spiritual
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 7: Materialism, Mysticism, Anthroposophy, Liberalism, Conservatism
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    • questions around the theme of the polarities of West and East,
    • nevertheless revealing. People talk about the properties
    • consider realities and not theories!
    • are to get them clear in our minds. Consider the parties
    • parties. You know that the most miserable, sterile
    • another, i.e. to work along party lines. Parties are a
    • may be said that all the parties that now exist are
    • on which all our parties are based. That is the picture
    • parties?
    • world we have parties as an image of it? The matter can
    • for parties always base themselves on manifestos, systems
    • dealing with realities. It is merely that this is not
    • dealing with realities there, not with anything by way of
    • lines, to accept the abstract notions of parties. There
    • The parties
    • spiritual entities. It is truth and reality when it
    • realities and do not merely listen in the belief that one
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 8: The Opposition of Knowledge and Faith, Its Overcoming
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    • the faculties that would lead to freedom, and for that
    • widespread societies now say: ‘We declare ourselves
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 9: East, West, and Middle
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    • properties of a sense organ in that state.
    • superficialities. Tagore is entirely immersed in a later,
    • faculties developed in the West.
    • mission, however, to develop faculties out of this
    • to take the insights that their particular faculties have
    • mysteries. By developing the same faculties that have
    • illumination those faculties can give, once they have
    • necessities of which I have spoken. It causes me pain
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 10: Transition from the Luciferic to the Ahrimanic Age and the Christ Event to Come
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    • questions around the theme of the polarities of West and East,
    • natural phenomena. In the past, people perceived the spiritual entities,
    • their activities extend into the sphere of the human will, but human
    • their books, where credits and liabilities are recorded. They fail,
    • earth life will provide the germ for faculties we shall have in future
    • are more than just intellect; they also have feelings and sensibilities.
    • sphere of feelings and sensibilities. You do not know what life really is
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 11: Modern Science and Christianity, Threefold Social Order, Goetheanism
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    • questions around the theme of the polarities of West and East,
    • in the early nineties — well, in fact in the late
    • eighties — of the last century I drew attention to
    • capacities of the human soul, and the relations between
    • letters — except maybe at aesthetic tea parties
    • human capabilities, then this spirit in which we long for
  • Title: Life Between Two Incarnations
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    • acquire such abilities, that is why there is also the possibility to
    • no longer outside of all entities as in this physical world, not facing
    • world, into the home of the gods and all spiritual entities. When man
    • embodiment between mother and child, forms new, soul ties, which
    • crisscrossed by railroads? What were the localities like where our
    • great cities are today, what were they like a thousand years ago? For
    • lives and once existed in kinship and friendship ties. These bonds of
  • Title: Problems of Our Time: Lecture I
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    • Men's present duties differ from those of the immediate past.
    • vast difference in the qualities of the human soul in, for
    • fifteenth. New soul-qualities and attitudes arose in humanity
    • certain sense come to a conclusion. Among the many activities
    • with the soul of a child, whose capacities it was his duty to
    • word, of two necessities- — first, the discovery of our
    • must we contemplate mankind as simply the personalities
    • day to day about leading personalities in the world, and the
    • Reichstag, was not double. We have seen the old parties
    • you an idea of the necessities of our present age. I speak in
  • Title: Problems of Our Time: Lecture II
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    • because each year brings new possibilities of development to
    • parties especially in those places where the first Revolution
    • difficulties had shown him the much greater importance of a
    • Regulations. Looking back, I must admit that in the 'seventies
    • and 'eighties of last century, the regulations were very small:
  • Title: Problems of Our Time: Lecture III
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    • the capacities of the Rational Soul became less and less. The
    • no cities or houses would be built. Therefore, from the
    • our cities our heart bleeds when we realize the complete lack
    • on earth and belongs to the earth only is the life of polities,
    • with a sort of pity at personalities bearing such
  • Title: Problems of Our Time: Main Features of the Social Question and the Threefold Order of the Social Organism
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    • deeply into human activities and of grasping such a thing as
    • sixties. I can remember how in days gone by the syllabus was
    • take into account the realities of life, not be content with
    • outside of their economic activities. In future this must
    • price of commodities. But if we imagine that things must always
    • with his faculties and talents at the work, not when he is cut
    • all his faculties. When this is no longer the case it should
    • who could in his turn by use of his faculties put it to the
    • capacities to call it into being; but to whom will it belong

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