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  • Title: Gospel of John (Basle): Lecture VIII
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    • who refuses a loan, or a gift of a sum of money, when this
    • loan like this as a debt which he has to pay later, while the
    • lender writes it down in his books as a loan so will the one
  • Title: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism: Lecture VII: The Law of Karma
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    • if a merchant facing bankruptcy were to ask us for a loan of
  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture IX
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    • not besought from Heaven as a loan, but go forth from man and
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • lacks the requisite strength. We must take out a loan in order to be
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture I
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    • Rothschild. He was trying to raise a loan. Rothschild happened to be
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture VI
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    • exists. If I have money lent me, I can apply my Spirit to this loaned
    • obtain loaned Capital. No matter where I get it from, I must have it.
    • Thus in addition to payment there must be loan (see
    • Payment and Loan.
    • Payment and Loan. The third thing is Gift. Payment, Loan
    • trinity of payment, loan and gift is there in the
    • organic way with loan and gift, since one or the other is being
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture VII
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    • we have seen how purchase or sale, loan and gift act as impelling
    • that there can be no economic system without this interplay of loan,
    • purchase, loan and gift. The important thing is to understand
    • Granting then that gift, purchase and loan are inherent in economic
    • will always be able to unmask it and expose the loan character
    • the loan principle predominates, one cannot provide for oneself; one
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture IX
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    • most productive; loaned and borrowed Capital is less productive, in
    • From a certain point of view we can speak of Trade Capital, Loaned
    • Trade Capital, Loaned Capital and Industrial Capital. Moreover, these
    • quantitatively speaking, of Loaned Capital, Industrial Capital and
    • Loaned Capital works in the economic process on a larger scale. France
    • always had a certain inclination to invest Capital in loans —
    • that is, in effect, to treat “Loaned Capital” (investment
    • Capital) literally as Loaned Capital, You are probably aware
    • how it came out in the extensive loans made by France to Russia and
    • Turkey. France exported a very large amount of Loaned Capital to
    • France one could see how Loaned Capital becomes involved in the whole
    • Loaned Capital. When we turn our attention, say, to private
    • for Loaned Capital.
    • arose by direct transformation out of Loaned Capital to a greater
    • it transforms not Trade Capital but Loaned Capital into Industrial
    • Loaned Capital only began in the nineteenth century — indeed only
    • system. The classical age of Loaned Capital, and with it the evolution
    • economic impulses present in the whole system of loan and investment.
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture X
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    • place through Trade Capital, Loaned Capital and eventually through
    • Transfer this idea to the sum-total of Loaned Capital in any
    • undertake or to do anything, and who need Loaned Capital for the
    • Capital as is inherent in the striving for profit. Only, the Loaned
    • as an impelling, pushing force, the effect of Loaned Capital is one of
    • or profit pushes. Thus, in profit and in Loaned Capital respectively,
    • was considered immoral to take an interest on loans; it was only
    • to receive Loaned Capital on credit and is thus enabled to establish
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture XII
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    • loaned money. This we have seen in a former lecture. The
    • economic process, is loaned money quite the same as purchase-money? If
    • But loaned money is something essentially different from this
    • loaned money. Take for instance the loaned money which a man obtains
    • that this working capital, this loaned money, has an essentially
    • different value — an essentially different property. Loaned money
    • sphere of loaned money. It acquires its value in quite a different
    • way. The moment loaned money comes into circulation the Spirit of Man
    • human thinking into the process that loaned money receives its actual
    • a fool in business. For the value of the loaned money in the whole
    • Lastly we must pass from loaned money to the third kind of money which
    • economic process. In fact, we must now pass on from loaned money to
    • one another; purchase-money, loaned money and
    • that after a certain time all that is loaned money passes over into
    • economic domain which is “World-Economy.” Loaned money
    • must gradually pass over entirely into gift-money. Loaned money must
    • Loaned money, therefore, passes over into gift-money. So it must be in
    • through loaned money. The loaned money itself gradually vanishes into
    • as it becomes loaned money or gift-money. But we mask this fact if we
    • — so to speak — we let it acquire the value it has as loaned
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  • Title: World Economy: Lecture XIV
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    • as purchase-money, loaned money and gift-money, the peculiar qualities
  • Title: Christmas Conference: Lecture 11: Meeting of the Vorstand of the General Anthroposophical Society
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    • payment of interest on loans. But for the building of the
    • with loans. A sinking fund (à fonds perdu) will be the
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 5: Necessity and Past, Chance and Present
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    • (literally “loan translations”). And he traces words thus
    • homogeneous. “Potato” is an English loan from some Red
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Contents
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    • Foreword by Douglas Sloan
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Foreword
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture X: Moral, Social Life and Religion from the Viewpoint of Anthroposophy
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    • how capital, interest, annuity, money or even loan are
    • by interest, by loan, by money in the life in which he
    • annuity, loan to reality.
    • things like capital, interest, annuity, loan et cetera. One has



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