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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • into reality; cold, based purely on ideas, permeated little by
    • spiritual science say about such things? It says: What the ideas of
    • get an idea of it. To conceal from mankind that in modern
    • an idea of what is necessary will not go far enough. For instance,
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • into reality; cold, based purely on ideas, permeated little by
    • spiritual science say about such things? It says: What the ideas of
    • get an idea of it. To conceal from mankind that in modern
    • an idea of what is necessary will not go far enough. For instance,
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • is something quite different. We can get an idea of this by means of a
    • We can get an approximate idea of the signs of the Zodiac if we relate
    • all imagined atomistically. The original idea was organic. There the
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • is something quite different. We can get an idea of this by means of a
    • We can get an approximate idea of the signs of the Zodiac if we relate
    • all imagined atomistically. The original idea was organic. There the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • on it. Imagine waking up some morning with no idea of where we've been
    • education of the human race, in which he advanced the idea of repeated
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    • on it. Imagine waking up some morning with no idea of where we've been
    • education of the human race, in which he advanced the idea of repeated
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • will be unable to build a connecting bridge, if spiritual ideas do not
    • have some idea of the fact that there are still other things in the
    • much richer our life becomes if the soul takes up similar ideas.
    • meditated upon the idea which I have described above, we shall not be
    • order to produce at least a faint idea of the reality of these things;
    • anthroposophical ideas as something insignificant, but gladly take
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • will be unable to build a connecting bridge, if spiritual ideas do not
    • have some idea of the fact that there are still other things in the
    • much richer our life becomes if the soul takes up similar ideas.
    • meditated upon the idea which I have described above, we shall not be
    • order to produce at least a faint idea of the reality of these things;
    • anthroposophical ideas as something insignificant, but gladly take
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture I: The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.
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    • everywhere Greek ideas and conceptions, especially about nature,
    • Greek ideas are to be found united with Christianity.
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • itself, in a certain sense, be penetrated by the knowledge and ideas
    • people, on hearing certain sounds can inwardly realise certain ideas
    • Krishna, not only influences the ideas of his pupil, but works
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • perception of ideas, survey of the world-phenomena; all in which the
    • impression that he is the propagandist of these ideas. . Where could
    • wisdom had radiated. According to the old ideas we should have said:
    • remember that in those olden times mankind lived with ideas and
    • one has only an indistinct perception and not a living idea of it.
    • abstract idea one has in one's mind today. “No,” they say,
    • phenomenon to another and always directing the ideas, whether
    • directs his pupil Arjuna to a human ideal, which is so presented that
    • idea of human wisdom is thus placed before us! And finally, when it
    • great Krishna holds before him as the ideal-what does he then
    • perceptions, none of the ideas, none of the thoughts used in ordinary
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture IV: The nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul. How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.
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    • could be more wonderful than when the highest ideal of man, the
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • thoughts and ideas to be absorbed; it should be taken as a sort of New
    • ideal before our souls.
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • idea, a concept of it, as a kind of echo. First there is the object, and then
    • expressed in pictures, if one wants to approximate to physical ideas.
    • recognise the idea that came to me then.’ The composition was accepted
    • elaborated his idea, Tobler had thoroughly assimilated it, and because of
    • paper, but the idea itself in its phrasing and articulation was Goethe's
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • idea, a concept of it, as a kind of echo. First there is the object, and then
    • expressed in pictures, if one wants to approximate to physical ideas.
    • recognise the idea that came to me then.’ The composition was accepted
    • elaborated his idea, Tobler had thoroughly assimilated it, and because of
    • paper, but the idea itself in its phrasing and articulation was Goethe's
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • general idea is that man, as a physical structure, consists of the
    • in contrast to the impulses of thought and ideation which are
    • only general, abstract ideas of this interpenetration; we will reach a
    • result only if we can evolve a concrete idea of the constitution of
    • If we study the man without preconceived ideas, we acquire
    • its ideas and mental pictures come to us in definite outlines. But we
    • dreamless sleep, in which ideas and thought-pictures become not only
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • it enables us to have perceptions and ideas, we are led to the
    • primeval nebula and the moral ideals well up in him. And when, as is
    • graveyard of all moral ideals. They will have vanished. — No
    • ideal, for the ideal of generosity, of freedom, of goodness, of love,
    • practical expression of these ideals. But nobody can conceive that the
    • conceive that when one has enthusiasm for a high moral ideal, this
    • Taking this as an example, we may say: Moral ideals come to expression
    • warmed in soul through what he experiences in the way of moral ideals,
    • easy to prove with physical instruments. Moral ideals, then, have a
    • for a moral ideal — stimulation of the warmth-organism. There is
    • by a moral ideal. Neither does this remain without effect upon the
    • by a moral ideal, works in turn upon the air-organism, because warmth
    • the air-organism, so that moral ideals which have a stimulating effect
    • ideals, for moral impulses.
    • warmth organism by moral ideals, produces in the air-organism what may
    • air-organism through the moral ideal, but in the fluid organism. The
    • for moral ideas — be it that they attracted you merely as ideas,
    • letting your deeds be fired by moral ideals ... all this goes down
    • through moral ideals, or through the loftiest and purest ideas, does
    • moral ideas as such become fruitful only in so far as we remain in the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • Thus you see how in the human being the two great ideals, freedom and
    • We must now ask: How is the ideal, the highest ideal, to be attained
  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • positive effect of moral ideals and ideas and the negative effect of
    • theoretical ideas on the four organisms in man. — The materialistic
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • will be to make two ideas visible. Firstly, it will be important to
    • ideals; fifteen percent had experienced pangs of conscience; ten
    • between birth and death. This can be seen in his definitive idea
    • clearly imprinting the idea of nationality on it. A few days after the
    • idea of nationality. Thus, if we look to the West we see the field of
    • with spiritually true ideas. For example, we can hardly imagine
    • nourished himself intellectually by leaning on the ideas of Huxley and
    • shrewd that once the mind has accepted the ideas in the Robinson tale,
    • paucity of ideas! The relief which his overwrought brain received
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • will be to make two ideas visible. Firstly, it will be important to
    • ideals; fifteen percent had experienced pangs of conscience; ten
    • between birth and death. This can be seen in his definitive idea
    • clearly imprinting the idea of nationality on it. A few days after the
    • idea of nationality. Thus, if we look to the West we see the field of
    • with spiritually true ideas. For example, we can hardly imagine
    • nourished himself intellectually by leaning on the ideas of Huxley and
    • shrewd that once the mind has accepted the ideas in the Robinson tale,
    • paucity of ideas! The relief which his overwrought brain received
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • ethical ideas, as in the first declared object of the Theosophical
    • the modern age, this is an ideal. It was not at all the same among the
    • ideals but, in most cases, what they do in the name of liberty,
    • they grasp of the real import of these ideals of freedom, brotherhood
    • and sapless. These ‘ideals’ cannot be called personal;
    • they are abstract ideas, lacking the full-blooded vigour of personal life.
    • Yet we attribute greatness to individuals in whom the idea of liberty,
    • respects today ideas which are to be regarded as the very highest
    • moral ideals are allowed to lie fallow; yet these ideas could be the
    • the heights of ideas which are still abstract today. When this
    • happens, spiritual ideals will be imbued with the same elemental force
    • he must ascend into the realm of moral ideals — which must no longer
    • develop these ideals in such a way that they are invested with the
    • lives in us, abstract ideas are invested with a personal character.
    • humanity would reach abstract ideals only, abstract ideas of morality
    • and the like, such as are described as ideas working in history by
    • ideas in history, it should be realized that these are dead, abstract
    • influence of the Christ Impulse. In no other way can abstract ideals be
    • not denote misunderstanding of the idea of karma. For in speaking of
    • the idea of karma we are speaking of the reincarnation of the ego in
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  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • ethical ideas, as in the first declared object of the Theosophical
    • the modern age, this is an ideal. It was not at all the same among the
    • ideals but, in most cases, what they do in the name of liberty,
    • they grasp of the real import of these ideals of freedom, brotherhood
    • and sapless. These ‘ideals’ cannot be called personal;
    • they are abstract ideas, lacking the full-blooded vigour of personal life.
    • Yet we attribute greatness to individuals in whom the idea of liberty,
    • respects today ideas which are to be regarded as the very highest
    • moral ideals are allowed to lie fallow; yet these ideas could be the
    • the heights of ideas which are still abstract today. When this
    • happens, spiritual ideals will be imbued with the same elemental force
    • he must ascend into the realm of moral ideals — which must no longer
    • develop these ideals in such a way that they are invested with the
    • lives in us, abstract ideas are invested with a personal character.
    • humanity would reach abstract ideals only, abstract ideas of morality
    • and the like, such as are described as ideas working in history by
    • ideas in history, it should be realized that these are dead, abstract
    • influence of the Christ Impulse. In no other way can abstract ideals be
    • not denote misunderstanding of the idea of karma. For in speaking of
    • the idea of karma we are speaking of the reincarnation of the ego in
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  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • Christian idea exist alongside this! A contradiction is constructed
    • peculiarly wise thoughts. The idea has no effect in the presence of
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • Christian idea exist alongside this! A contradiction is constructed
    • peculiarly wise thoughts. The idea has no effect in the presence of
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • create our own premises and surroundings. This has led to the idea of
    • occult ideal: There is in reality only one true form of occultism. To
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • be inclined to accept the idea that an Angel from Heaven sent the
    • no idea. What is needed is an invigoration of the impulse which has
    • idealistic philosophy when they base their acceptance of a spiritual
    • tolerance to other forms of idealistic thought, adopt an attitude to
    • hold — nobody would have any idea, any “false” idea,
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • THE IDEA OF REINCARNATION AND ITS INTRODUCTION INTO WESTERN CULTURE
    • Vatican in Rome has been ruined by the many restorations. No real idea
    • wonderful and unique resurrection of the Christ-Idea, of which
    • because the time has come when the idea of the reincarnation of the
    • reflect about these things, an idea that is beautiful and true comes
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • keeping it before us as an ideal and striving with the right means, we
    • definite ideas with what may be called the “meaning and purpose
    • ideas like that, for example, of the “Three Logoi.” I have
    • the Christ Idea. Yet outside our field of work, by talking round an
    • as long as people allow themselves to spread false ideas of the views
    • Ideal embodied in Him. When man reaches out towards this highest Ideal
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • Physical Body. Thereby that Ideal Being Whose “ I ” —
    • future Ideal of humanity was described in one of its aspects and the
    • ... then we have grasped the “idea” embodied in the Greek
    • Temple. Human beings really have no place there. This was the idea
    • A very widespread and characteristic idea finds expression in the
    • traditions of practically all the peoples — an idea which may, it
    • everything arises from within. A man of today can only have an idea
    • be the ideal of the future.
    • given a fortnight ago (The Idea of Reincarnation and its Introduction
    • not merely strive for this ideal in theory, but receive it into their
    • understand the truths but actually to unfold all that the great ideas
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • consciousness he does not merely formulate ideas and thoughts but also
    • the earthly body; when an idea or thought is formed, the being of
    • remembrances, the power to retain ideas and thoughts in the memory,
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • things, the ideal is not immediately in sight because not every
    • the human being. The ideal vantage-point is that the occult teacher is
    • possible ideal for mankind ... As, however it is a fact that every
    • principle here outlined. The ideal of man must be to fathom and
    • insinuating itself into the true ideal of Theosophy.
    • ideal, it must stand on its own feet, set up its own rules of conduct
    • to let nothing happen except what is true ... even then my ideal
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    • V The Idea of Reincarnation and its Introduction into
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • THE wealth of ideas and spiritual treasure bestowed upon us by Rudolf
    • widening the ideas and giving them life so that they might conform to
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 1
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    • achieving of the highest ideals and also includes the unfolding of the
    • To one who has already carefully studied the ideas of spiritual
    • culture of a unique kind, and we today can form only a feeble idea of
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 2
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    • rough idea of the Atlantean's object-consciousness. For the man of
    • pure ideal beings, while man is present only as an etheric body,
    • like an inner lighting-up, an inner repetition, in ideas and feelings,
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    • concepts. The great masses could form only ideas that were a sort of
    • religious ideas which for that age are less advanced, less cultivated;
    • ideas.
    • times. He received this thought-picture as an ideal. He had to will
    • race; it appeared to them as the universal ideal of mankind.
    • the high ideal of the earth.”
    • Into this high ideal streamed the feelings that enlivened the pupil in
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 4
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    • epoch. We saw how there stood before the soul of the neophyte an ideal
    • saw in the primeval atom the ideal human form. Keeping this form
    • earliest condition of the earth. What lives in the earth, the ideal
    • raise himself to an ideal, this is better for him than all moral
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 11
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    • death, when it was between death and a new birth, Egyptian ideas were
    • influential and modern ideas have proceeded from these. Today certain
    • definite ideas are developing out of the Egyptian ideas. What is
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 12
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    • through the science of the spirit can an idea be formed of what the
    • person today who accepts something as Indian teaching has no idea that
    • third period. These fruits appear in the inclinations and ideas of
    • Nowadays all the ideas emerge which at that time were laid down in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • only ideation, a process in the life of thought from which all
    • ideation, and immediate expression is given to an impulse of will.
    • of view. We might ask: what is there to be said about ideation,
    • concepts and ideas; or we may become more highly moral, more cultured
    • ideation passes over into a state of sleep. The will, however, awakes,
    • Thus there are two poles in man, the life of observation and ideation,
    • ideation is one of the poles of man's life of soul. This life of
    • people. Do we not often hear it said: “Oh, ideas and thoughts
    • are only ideas and thoughts!” This is intended to imply
    • thoughts. Human thinking is the shadowing forth of ideas and beings
    • wherein the most fruitful ideas for daily life and great inventions
    • brownish red. In a man of high moral ideals the rays are lilac-violet
    • some idea. The moral atmosphere will by then have gathered strength.
    • of which no adequate idea can be given at the present time, will
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    • only ideation, a process in the life of thought from which all
    • ideation, and immediate expression is given to an impulse of will.
    • of view. We might ask: what is there to be said about ideation,
    • concepts and ideas; or we may become more highly moral, more cultured
    • ideation passes over into a state of sleep. The will, however, awakes,
    • Thus there are two poles in man, the life of observation and ideation,
    • ideation is one of the poles of man's life of soul. This life of
    • people. Do we not often hear it said: “Oh, ideas and thoughts
    • are only ideas and thoughts!” This is intended to imply
    • thoughts. Human thinking is the shadowing forth of ideas and beings
    • wherein the most fruitful ideas for daily life and great inventions
    • brownish red. In a man of high moral ideals the rays are lilac-violet
    • some idea. The moral atmosphere will by then have gathered strength.
    • of which no adequate idea can be given at the present time, will
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • and always with the mistaken idea that it is still possible to make
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • and always with the mistaken idea that it is still possible to make
  • Title: Lecture: Facing Karma
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    • preparation than the realization of this ideal to be good. The problem of
    • promote the ideal of false asceticism and self-torture. In this event, man,
    • Yesterday I referred to the fact that our ideas cannot be taken immediately
    • could not carry the ideas of his mind into a new incarnation. We carry with
    • us our volitional and soul powers, but our ideas are given us anew in every
    • life, just as is the faculty of speech. The greater part of our ideas live in
    • speech. Most of our ideas are derived from our faculty to express ourselves
    • in a language. The ideas we conceive during the time between birth and
    • it is true that our ideas will always depend on the where and how of our
    • ideas is always derived from the outer world, and depends on the way
    • In our ideas and concepts we really know nothing of the world except what
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    • preparation than the realization of this ideal to be good. The problem of
    • promote the ideal of false asceticism and self-torture. In this event, man,
    • Yesterday I referred to the fact that our ideas cannot be taken immediately
    • could not carry the ideas of his mind into a new incarnation. We carry with
    • us our volitional and soul powers, but our ideas are given us anew in every
    • life, just as is the faculty of speech. The greater part of our ideas live in
    • speech. Most of our ideas are derived from our faculty to express ourselves
    • in a language. The ideas we conceive during the time between birth and
    • it is true that our ideas will always depend on the where and how of our
    • ideas is always derived from the outer world, and depends on the way
    • In our ideas and concepts we really know nothing of the world except what
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • spiritual powers from without flow into human beings. The idea that hunger
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • spiritual powers from without flow into human beings. The idea that hunger
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • fortune may be entirely dependent upon the inner being of man, the idea of
    • good fortune as a general idea disappears. Yet again, if we look at what a
    • This only proves that when all is said the idea of fortune in general eludes
    • Let us suppose that a man with very high ideas, even with the gift of an
    • conceptions he may be fanatical in his protest against the idea of good
    • fortune or equally fanatical in explaining life one-sidedly from the idea of
    • important. For instance, let us think of a man who rejects outright the idea
    • observations of to-day may serve to set before men an ideal that
    • us, but that we may interpret beyond Goethe's hopes as an ideal for every
    • single human life, but as an ideal for man's life as a totality — if a
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • fortune may be entirely dependent upon the inner being of man, the idea of
    • good fortune as a general idea disappears. Yet again, if we look at what a
    • This only proves that when all is said the idea of fortune in general eludes
    • Let us suppose that a man with very high ideas, even with the gift of an
    • conceptions he may be fanatical in his protest against the idea of good
    • fortune or equally fanatical in explaining life one-sidedly from the idea of
    • important. For instance, let us think of a man who rejects outright the idea
    • observations of to-day may serve to set before men an ideal that
    • us, but that we may interpret beyond Goethe's hopes as an ideal for every
    • single human life, but as an ideal for man's life as a totality — if a
  • Title: The Human Heart
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    • nature of ideas. The child begins to take as his guideline what we say
    • ideas on his earthly experiences, and it is to these ideas that we
    • strange to the habitual ideas of today. By the time we have grown to
    • child learns to speak and develops ideas which are retained in memory.
    • learns to embody thoughts in speech. It does not apply to ideas which
    • the astral body does, our intentions, our ideas, too, are inscribed
    • there — the intentions and ideas, I mean, out of which we perform our
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    • nature of ideas. The child begins to take as his guideline what we say
    • ideas on his earthly experiences, and it is to these ideas that we
    • strange to the habitual ideas of today. By the time we have grown to
    • child learns to speak and develops ideas which are retained in memory.
    • learns to embody thoughts in speech. It does not apply to ideas which
    • the astral body does, our intentions, our ideas, too, are inscribed
    • there — the intentions and ideas, I mean, out of which we perform our
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • devoted himself for awhile to the spiritual ideas advanced by Zschokke.
    • later, could manifest in their souls the results of such ideas as he conceived
    • upon which it is working. This becomes apparent on investigating the ideas
    • I am quite aware that these ideas have undergone considerable change up to
    • psycho-spiritual apparatus. This apparatus consists of certain ideas and
    • combinations of ideas which, when correctly employed, unlock the door to
    • being. After thoroughly steeping ourselves in the ideas which are indicated
    • — that the living ideas contained in it can become a means in the
    • spirit only, and that it consists of certain ideas and concepts which have a
    • concepts and ideas by not being pictures, as is the case with ordinary
    • idea of the addition, by a spiritual researcher, of an etheric man to the
    • the anthropomorphic ideas uttered by some 19th century philosophers
    • anthropomorphic ideas. That fact alone should enable certain opponents of
    • Strange as this may sound when compared with the ideas in vogue today,
    • consisting of reception of concepts and ideas, but in regard to the brain's
    • ideas of this kind to discriminate between the astral body as it exists before
    • it may be that what has been stated will suffice to convey the idea that such
    • ideas as a grotesque caricature. With the appearance of Eduard von
    • talent to have any ideas.”
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    • devoted himself for awhile to the spiritual ideas advanced by Zschokke.
    • later, could manifest in their souls the results of such ideas as he conceived
    • upon which it is working. This becomes apparent on investigating the ideas
    • I am quite aware that these ideas have undergone considerable change up to
    • psycho-spiritual apparatus. This apparatus consists of certain ideas and
    • combinations of ideas which, when correctly employed, unlock the door to
    • being. After thoroughly steeping ourselves in the ideas which are indicated
    • — that the living ideas contained in it can become a means in the
    • spirit only, and that it consists of certain ideas and concepts which have a
    • concepts and ideas by not being pictures, as is the case with ordinary
    • idea of the addition, by a spiritual researcher, of an etheric man to the
    • the anthropomorphic ideas uttered by some 19th century philosophers
    • anthropomorphic ideas. That fact alone should enable certain opponents of
    • Strange as this may sound when compared with the ideas in vogue today,
    • consisting of reception of concepts and ideas, but in regard to the brain's
    • ideas of this kind to discriminate between the astral body as it exists before
    • it may be that what has been stated will suffice to convey the idea that such
    • ideas as a grotesque caricature. With the appearance of Eduard von
    • talent to have any ideas.”
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    • Now what does this legend tell us? It is a childish idea to maintain
    • highest human ideal, which is born out of the human body impregnated
    • sublime ideal, the highest peak of humanity, the Christ Himself — for
    • He is the ideal of what they represent — Who would naturally enter
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    • Now what does this legend tell us? It is a childish idea to maintain
    • highest human ideal, which is born out of the human body impregnated
    • sublime ideal, the highest peak of humanity, the Christ Himself — for
    • He is the ideal of what they represent — Who would naturally enter
  • Title: Lecture: The Lord's Prayer
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    • If you would rise to penetrate what the names, or conceptions or ideas of
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    • If you would rise to penetrate what the names, or conceptions or ideas of
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    • permeating himself with such ideas and perceptions as I presented to
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    • permeating himself with such ideas and perceptions as I presented to
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    • in a primitive state of development and with primitive ideas,
    • often been set forth, and you will see that these elementary ideas of
    • fault does not always consist in the lack of an idea behind the words,
    • Theosophists who are desirous of changing this name can have no idea
    • Atma, the actual and true Spirit-Man, a far-off ideal to the man of
    • his senses and forms ideas about them. These ideas about the external
    • some idea of how this was also expressed in a corresponding form of
    • to the materialistic ideas of the present day, there was at one time a
    • considered, and the idea that changes are capable of being forced upon
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    • in a primitive state of development and with primitive ideas,
    • often been set forth, and you will see that these elementary ideas of
    • fault does not always consist in the lack of an idea behind the words,
    • Theosophists who are desirous of changing this name can have no idea
    • Atma, the actual and true Spirit-Man, a far-off ideal to the man of
    • his senses and forms ideas about them. These ideas about the external
    • some idea of how this was also expressed in a corresponding form of
    • to the materialistic ideas of the present day, there was at one time a
    • considered, and the idea that changes are capable of being forced upon
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    • has not should concern himself with such ideas. It should be emphasized,
    • It would not be a bad idea to introduce such exercises systematically into
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    • exact idea of the nature of man and his relationship to the cosmos.
    • has not should concern himself with such ideas. It should be emphasized,
    • It would not be a bad idea to introduce such exercises systematically into
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    • Steiner's ideas in the numerous publications of his work currently
    • thinking consists in following the example of some authority whose ideas are
    • with traditional ideas.
    • possible time this idea, which an “impractical” man had to
    • glowing with the joy of one who has just hit upon a really clever idea,
    • Whoever harbors this idea will be constantly diverted by a false feeling
    • whom the right idea usually does not occur at the right time.
    • the right idea occurs to him at the right moment.
    • soon be noticed that ideas come at the right moments, and the right
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    • Steiner's ideas in the numerous publications of his work currently
    • thinking consists in following the example of some authority whose ideas are
    • with traditional ideas.
    • possible time this idea, which an “impractical” man had to
    • glowing with the joy of one who has just hit upon a really clever idea,
    • Whoever harbors this idea will be constantly diverted by a false feeling
    • whom the right idea usually does not occur at the right time.
    • the right idea occurs to him at the right moment.
    • soon be noticed that ideas come at the right moments, and the right
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    • and we can surround him with ideas about Christ, but we find that the
    • ideas about Christ without dogma, and all we can convey by means of
    • words and ideas containing something of the Christ-Impulse, will be of
    • to the Ego-consciousness is to form ideas, to think. This power of
    • his ideas. From this danger man is saved by permeation with thoughts
    • and ideas, live on further in us. And a time will come for humanity
    • through every idea. And if we make concepts and ideas alive within us
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    • and we can surround him with ideas about Christ, but we find that the
    • ideas about Christ without dogma, and all we can convey by means of
    • words and ideas containing something of the Christ-Impulse, will be of
    • to the Ego-consciousness is to form ideas, to think. This power of
    • his ideas. From this danger man is saved by permeation with thoughts
    • and ideas, live on further in us. And a time will come for humanity
    • through every idea. And if we make concepts and ideas alive within us
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    • spiritual world as a whole man. Such a man still connects the idea of
    • meaning of the idea of community, saying to ourselves: Apart from the
    • hovers before us as a high ideal a form of community that will so
    • hover as a high ideal, an ideal that has yet to be realized. They
    • about Soloviev's main and central idea. Soloviev is far too good a
    • many respects. But one idea predominates in him, not quite consciously
    • and Central Europe to understand became the main and central idea in
    • altogether from the central idea held by the great Russian thinker,
    • Soloviev. His idea is this: There is evil in the world, wickedness in
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    • spiritual world as a whole man. Such a man still connects the idea of
    • meaning of the idea of community, saying to ourselves: Apart from the
    • hovers before us as a high ideal a form of community that will so
    • hover as a high ideal, an ideal that has yet to be realized. They
    • about Soloviev's main and central idea. Soloviev is far too good a
    • many respects. But one idea predominates in him, not quite consciously
    • and Central Europe to understand became the main and central idea in
    • altogether from the central idea held by the great Russian thinker,
    • Soloviev. His idea is this: There is evil in the world, wickedness in
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    • called idealists in that they believe they view the common aspects
    • well-intentioned idealist might level this objection against
    • substances in human diets, and thereby to gain some idea of the
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    • called idealists in that they believe they view the common aspects
    • well-intentioned idealist might level this objection against
    • substances in human diets, and thereby to gain some idea of the
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    • This, then, is the idea we find present in the minds and hearts of the
    • ideas and impulses we have picked up here and there from all corners of the
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    • ideas and impulses we have picked up here and there from all corners of the
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    • This is an idea to which man needs to grow accustomed so as to step even
    • realms of nature. Through concepts and ideas we learn to know mineral,
    • has been an ideal in all civilizations, in all ages of human cultural
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    • This is an idea to which man needs to grow accustomed so as to step even
    • realms of nature. Through concepts and ideas we learn to know mineral,
    • has been an ideal in all civilizations, in all ages of human cultural
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  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • used to be the source of youthful ideals between the fourteenth and the
    • for these ideals of youth, are the same forces you can draw forth from
    • it is basically, from a higher point of view, for some people to be idealists
    • same as the forces at work in a process of ideas, namely the force of
    • materialistic nor idealistic, but are capable of following up the ideal
    • aspect of what is presented as idea. The spiritual quality of a world
    • which is for the ‘dregs’ of humanity, and over here is idealism,
    • what you do. And it is ideal if the teacher can teach the way the child tells
    • developing ideas about a world that is not limited to the senses will also
    • social ideas, but if people shy away from acquiring any knowledge of man
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    • used to be the source of youthful ideals between the fourteenth and the
    • for these ideals of youth, are the same forces you can draw forth from
    • it is basically, from a higher point of view, for some people to be idealists
    • same as the forces at work in a process of ideas, namely the force of
    • materialistic nor idealistic, but are capable of following up the ideal
    • aspect of what is presented as idea. The spiritual quality of a world
    • which is for the ‘dregs’ of humanity, and over here is idealism,
    • what you do. And it is ideal if the teacher can teach the way the child tells
    • developing ideas about a world that is not limited to the senses will also
    • social ideas, but if people shy away from acquiring any knowledge of man
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    • that they need only spread certain ideas or need only appeal to a
    • class of man who is willing and disposed (provided ideas are there) to
    • present, humanity has no idea how much more powerful anti-social
    • ideas or feelings), certain words have certain values. The word
    • the so-called difficult ideas of economics can be gained if the
    • no idea about the manner in which they pass one another by without in
    • Communist Manifesto of Karl Marx, which contains ideas which rule the
    • untrue; one easily falls into a so-called dreamy idealism which seeks
    • dreamy idealism or, at its worst, into untruth. The Russian on the
    • Therefore, the ideal which proceeds from Western initiation is making
    • ideas, then (according to an occult law), each of us would be able to
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    • that they need only spread certain ideas or need only appeal to a
    • class of man who is willing and disposed (provided ideas are there) to
    • present, humanity has no idea how much more powerful anti-social
    • ideas or feelings), certain words have certain values. The word
    • the so-called difficult ideas of economics can be gained if the
    • no idea about the manner in which they pass one another by without in
    • Communist Manifesto of Karl Marx, which contains ideas which rule the
    • untrue; one easily falls into a so-called dreamy idealism which seeks
    • dreamy idealism or, at its worst, into untruth. The Russian on the
    • Therefore, the ideal which proceeds from Western initiation is making
    • ideas, then (according to an occult law), each of us would be able to
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    • always had such high regard and whose ideas were able to shed light
    • ideas and mental images in such a way that they have plasticity,
    • economic ideas and procedures are a direct development from social
    • with a number of scientific laws and ideas concerning nature — but he
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    • always had such high regard and whose ideas were able to shed light
    • ideas and mental images in such a way that they have plasticity,
    • economic ideas and procedures are a direct development from social
    • with a number of scientific laws and ideas concerning nature — but he
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    • for oneself, was contrary to the Christian idea of prayer. Such
    • the same — and yet not the same — when you apply this idea to the
    • ideas and lessons won from those experiences which have enriched your
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    • the same — and yet not the same — when you apply this idea to the
    • ideas and lessons won from those experiences which have enriched your
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    • The subject before us is concerned with two ideas that man can never
    • and riddles. These two ideas are: the inner being of Nature and the
    • We shall perhaps be able to come to a clearer idea of the tasks of the
    • higher level. For when we permeate pure thinking with moral ideas and
    • impulses — that is, with ideas and impulses that are not associated with
    • himself — must necessarily, for present-day man, remain an ideal; an
    • ideal, however, that is indissolubly bound up with his worth and
    • We are on the way to such an ideal, and it is natural science that has
    • idea of the nature of man if we are content to see the course of his
    • light of consciousness as is the life of thought and ideation. It is
    • in both. So that in reality we are awake only in the life of ideation;
    • just through the life of ideation becoming separated from the rest of
    • of ideation, whilst in relation to another part of us we are as
    • light that permeates thoughts and ideas — which, according to some
    • The full clarity of thought and idea, to which man owes his
    • We are “shell” as long as we remain in the life of ideas alone. We
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    • The subject before us is concerned with two ideas that man can never
    • and riddles. These two ideas are: the inner being of Nature and the
    • We shall perhaps be able to come to a clearer idea of the tasks of the
    • higher level. For when we permeate pure thinking with moral ideas and
    • impulses — that is, with ideas and impulses that are not associated with
    • himself — must necessarily, for present-day man, remain an ideal; an
    • ideal, however, that is indissolubly bound up with his worth and
    • We are on the way to such an ideal, and it is natural science that has
    • idea of the nature of man if we are content to see the course of his
    • light of consciousness as is the life of thought and ideation. It is
    • in both. So that in reality we are awake only in the life of ideation;
    • just through the life of ideation becoming separated from the rest of
    • of ideation, whilst in relation to another part of us we are as
    • light that permeates thoughts and ideas — which, according to some
    • The full clarity of thought and idea, to which man owes his
    • We are “shell” as long as we remain in the life of ideas alone. We
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    • conscious evolution these words have expressed three great ideals:
    • ideals which have instinctively been recognized as representing the
    • the concrete reality of such ideals, although in so doing it does not
    • form an idea that harmonizes strictly with it and thus is true, or,
    • an idea that does not coincide with the fact. When he thinks the
    • forms an idea that is not in accordance with the fact, it is as if he
    • ideal of Truth.
    • to scoff at the very idea.
    • in these three ideals.
    • These ideals show us how far man is able to fulfill his whole human
    • Goodness were held to be the greatest ideals of human striving. Yet
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    • conscious evolution these words have expressed three great ideals:
    • ideals which have instinctively been recognized as representing the
    • the concrete reality of such ideals, although in so doing it does not
    • form an idea that harmonizes strictly with it and thus is true, or,
    • an idea that does not coincide with the fact. When he thinks the
    • forms an idea that is not in accordance with the fact, it is as if he
    • ideal of Truth.
    • to scoff at the very idea.
    • in these three ideals.
    • These ideals show us how far man is able to fulfill his whole human
    • Goodness were held to be the greatest ideals of human striving. Yet
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    • more than fifty years ago. The idea of this arrangement — the
    • disparaged idealists who do not remain attached to what has been the
    • or with a noble idealist perhaps
    • ideals! In reality you can only solve it by creating that concept,
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    • more than fifty years ago. The idea of this arrangement — the
    • disparaged idealists who do not remain attached to what has been the
    • or with a noble idealist perhaps
    • ideals! In reality you can only solve it by creating that concept,
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • thoughts and ideas have no status in it except as the contents of
    • mental pictures are “ideals” which will be embodied in the world
    • and ideas must find other ways of taking effect besides the way
    • with ideas or words, but works its way into the actual sphere where
    • them ideals for the future, but it is so all the same. And indeed in
    • gradually come to understand this in his wideawake consciousness. It
    • this event or face it with fully wideawake consciousness. What would
    • this entail? To face this event with wideawake consciousness would
    • thoroughly, if they assimilate its concepts and ideas, their
    • in their wideawake consciousness when the souls were within the
    • — instead of through men wideawake. The Angels might still be
    • the ideal, of the spiritual. People managed to go on declaiming about
    • of new ideals. But it is all so much croaking. And if things have to
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    • thoughts and ideas have no status in it except as the contents of
    • mental pictures are “ideals” which will be embodied in the world
    • and ideas must find other ways of taking effect besides the way
    • with ideas or words, but works its way into the actual sphere where
    • them ideals for the future, but it is so all the same. And indeed in
    • gradually come to understand this in his wideawake consciousness. It
    • this event or face it with fully wideawake consciousness. What would
    • this entail? To face this event with wideawake consciousness would
    • thoroughly, if they assimilate its concepts and ideas, their
    • in their wideawake consciousness when the souls were within the
    • — instead of through men wideawake. The Angels might still be
    • the ideal, of the spiritual. People managed to go on declaiming about
    • of new ideals. But it is all so much croaking. And if things have to
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    • for they received only the idea of an uninterrupted stream in the
    • death were all non-intellectualistic. Men received their ideas
    • spirit-soul being, he cannot be separated from his body, the idea of
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    • for they received only the idea of an uninterrupted stream in the
    • death were all non-intellectualistic. Men received their ideas
    • spirit-soul being, he cannot be separated from his body, the idea of
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    • Ideas.” His point of view was that Man can know nothing of the
    • sensation. Man moves in the World of Ideas when he thinks, only
    • his Doctrine of Ideas. In demanding this, however, he demanded no more
    • life in the World of Ideas emancipated from sense-perception. The
    • laws of the circle; it is the ideal circle existing only in my mind
    • the all-important point for Plato. We must visualise the idea in a
    • then mayest thou hope to rise to the comprehension of ideas
    • world can be based on mathematical ideas, but only that the first
    • such formulae the processes presented to the senses is the ideal of
    • mechanics and physics and is increasingly becoming the ideal of
    • longer there to control his wrong associations of ideas. Mathematical
    • sense-perception in form, to formless thought. The idea of a triangle,
    • idea of Arupa and the relation of this to the Rupa. We
    • idea of what the man who is limited to sense-perception cannot
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    • Ideas.” His point of view was that Man can know nothing of the
    • sensation. Man moves in the World of Ideas when he thinks, only
    • his Doctrine of Ideas. In demanding this, however, he demanded no more
    • life in the World of Ideas emancipated from sense-perception. The
    • laws of the circle; it is the ideal circle existing only in my mind
    • the all-important point for Plato. We must visualise the idea in a
    • then mayest thou hope to rise to the comprehension of ideas
    • world can be based on mathematical ideas, but only that the first
    • such formulae the processes presented to the senses is the ideal of
    • mechanics and physics and is increasingly becoming the ideal of
    • longer there to control his wrong associations of ideas. Mathematical
    • sense-perception in form, to formless thought. The idea of a triangle,
    • idea of Arupa and the relation of this to the Rupa. We
    • idea of what the man who is limited to sense-perception cannot
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    • his marked personality, the expression of Christian ideals of that
    • ethical or moral idea. For example, the idea of a tragic guilt, as
    • consistently, uninfluenced by the idea of guilt and atonement. It
    • Shakespeare also did not intend to present ideas of any kind, he did
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    • his marked personality, the expression of Christian ideals of that
    • ethical or moral idea. For example, the idea of a tragic guilt, as
    • consistently, uninfluenced by the idea of guilt and atonement. It
    • Shakespeare also did not intend to present ideas of any kind, he did
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    • the Christian ideas of that time. The Christian type of his time,
    • presenting to his audience an ethical or moral idea. For example,
    • the idea of tragic guilt, as found in Schiller's dramas, who
    • uninfluenced by the idea of guilt and atonement. It would be
    • also did not intend to present a certain idea, not jealousy in
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    • presenting to his audience an ethical or moral idea. For example,
    • the idea of tragic guilt, as found in Schiller's dramas, who
    • uninfluenced by the idea of guilt and atonement. It would be
    • also did not intend to present a certain idea, not jealousy in
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    • became tradition, but with the mark of knowledge; Gnostic ideas. By
    • the fourth century the content of these ideas lost. Augustine.
    • soul-life, belong to the bodily life. Faculty of ideation dependent
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    • course, one cannot apply external experiment to one's ideas upon these
    • become accustomed to the idea that the treatment of the senses must
    • preconceived ideas without an unprejudiced observation of things.
    • mathematics out of his head, or from somewhere or other (ideas on the
    • promote culture is useless if its thought is full of confused ideas,
    • is to understand the absolute necessity of reaching clear ideas, ideas
    • On the other hand, there can be no idea, no mental image, in which we
    • you receive what is predominantly associated with the idea.
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    • of ideas about natural necessity. Humanity has paid less attention in
    • see this already in Philo. And one can see abstractions in the ideas
    • the ideas that formed the content of the Gnosis. Hence arose the
    • carried on in a realm in which the real content of the old ideas has
    • been lost. The argument takes its course no longer with ideas, but
    • For the jugglery with all sorts of concepts and ideas that our
    • of ideas, with which one grasps the sense of touch. What to-day is
    • ideas. For modern anatomy and physiology have already discovered
    • point of saying: Natural necessity provides us with ideas about the
    • clear ideas, full of content, in every sphere. And if one does this,
    • scientific ideas can be traced back to their origin in dogma, only
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    • idea. I have often made use of a somewhat trite illustration of what
    • it means to proceed from ideas instead of from reality. Someone sees a
    • these ideas are even made to cover the plants. The scientists form an
    • idea of what birth is, or what death is, just as one forms an idea of
    • what a knife is, and then go on from that idea, which of course
    • account that what is usually comprised in the idea of death might be
    • reality of man, not from some idea we have formed of the
    • We form our ideas about memory in somewhat the same way. It is
    • must always start from reality and not from ideas acquired from one
    • form concepts and ideas more easily.
    • experienced these ideas in our previous earth-life; but they are none
    • thoughts and ideas as have to be acquired through external experience,
    • ideas, and others who have less facility in the formation of ideas but
    • this idea is open to dispute; but there is another idea that cannot be
    • gainsaid, if only one looks at it in the right way; that is the idea
    • the brain, he needed only to write idea-complexes, and instead
    • idea-complexes — where the other was describing parts of the
    • fantastically imagined as going from idea to idea, entirely without
    • the idea-complexes! One can find good examples of that in Herbart
    • man's intellectual life, the life of ideas, one can find a very exact
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    • magical. The foundation is laid for his magic idealism in the experience he
    • poetry his magic idealism. He would fain not let himself be touched by Earth
    • this, through the magic idealism that lives in the soul of Novalis, appears
    • material thing — with the magic idealism of his poetry he can make it live
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    • magical. The foundation is laid for his magic idealism in the experience he
    • poetry his magic idealism. He would fain not let himself be touched by Earth
    • this, through the magic idealism that lives in the soul of Novalis, appears
    • material thing — with the magic idealism of his poetry he can make it live
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    • with a concept, an idea, that is rather remote from present-day
    • through with the spiritual, it is essential to grasp this idea of
    • of man, with special reference to certain of Goethe's ideas. I tried
    • familiarise yourselves with an idea which it is not easy to apply on
    • idea is this. In the spiritual sense, what is ‘past’ has not
    • that we unite the life of feeling with our thoughts and ideas.
    • it must not merely be a thought or an idea, it must be imbued with
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    • with a concept, an idea, that is rather remote from present-day
    • through with the spiritual, it is essential to grasp this idea of
    • of man, with special reference to certain of Goethe's ideas. I tried
    • familiarise yourselves with an idea which it is not easy to apply on
    • idea is this. In the spiritual sense, what is ‘past’ has not
    • that we unite the life of feeling with our thoughts and ideas.
    • it must not merely be a thought or an idea, it must be imbued with
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    • its sculptures, those great, ideal, and perfect human forms described
    • belonging to the Roman Republic that one feels as if the ideal forms
    • This ought to arouse a faint idea of the countless occult threads
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    • The man of today has but a dim conception of those ancient ideas
    • case of a person who occupies himself much with mathematical ideas
    • anything about mathematical ideas; the other is intensely interested
    • exercised upon human nature by so-called “sense free” ideas,
    • sense-free ideas. The more a person is accustomed to think apart from
    • may have the healthiest ideas, which, if he were to live under quite
    • bones and muscles, your idea would be entirely wrong. At that time man
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    • world. In order that you may form an idea of such a group-ego imagine
    • then think of a high idealist such as Schiller or Francis of Assisi.
    • body; it is therefore no childish idea, but profound wisdom, to speak
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    • now. Let us try to form an idea, if only a rough one, of the physical
    • nonsense according to present ideas to say that plants could originate
    • half-alive. One has an approximate idea of what this basic substance
    • If the subject of the interrogation is concerned with an idea, one
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    • In the sculptured forms of his Gods the Greek idealized his knowledge
    • stock, he expressed in the sublime idealistic Zeus type.
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    • All this gives us a clearer idea of the processes in human evolution
    • We can now form an idea of another important fact which came to pass
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    • way to form a clear idea of what in Spiritual or Occult Science is
    • away and hold the idea-picture of it in your memory; the object has
    • them under one general idea. For instance, you have here so many
    • which no outer object exists. Man can work inwardly with his ideas,
    • and if with this inward activity — with this power of ideation
    • the mighty universe of which we have formed some idea today, is
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    • This idea is expressed in the meeting with the Valkyre, and is
    • Valkyre, and it is quite in harmony with such an idea that in its
    • symbolic of initiation. Among other peoples other ideas had developed,
    • There, where God is formless, man strove to form an idea of Him and to
    • men to the highest stage of development. This idea has been preserved
    • hence the idea of the power of the formless God spread through all the
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    • idea developed that the Gods were losing their connection with the
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    • holds within it the idea that man will yet conquer through his
    • and in our own epoch the idea of race will gradually disappear along
    • differences that existed in Atlantean times, and the idea of race has
    • now lost its original meaning. What new idea is to arise in place of
    • the present idea of race?
    • fantastic ideas which are given out concerning the facts of human
    • with such ideas as his was possible, because in the age in which he
    • how Copernicus arrived at his ideas concerning the relationship of the
    • followed the grand ideas of Kepler, knows differently, and he will be
    • strengthened even more in these ideas by what occultism has to say
    • possible to a materialistic age, this ancient idea of Osiris, which at
    • deeply within the physical plane, this idea confronts us again in its
    • ideas, transformed into their materialistic counterpart in the new
    • for this is no ordinary passing over of ideas; things are not met with
    • logic, that which proceeds from one idea to another, requires the
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    • an idea of the Christ Event in so far as it is
    • evil — must be seen as moral ideas, as cognition, or
    • can see how in the moral realm this or that ideal
    • to realise that these ideals do rise up
    • knowing how our great moral ideals are connected
    • is, for example, when an inventive idea arises in
    • accepted idea of this differentiation corresponds
    • contrast to the elements of ideations and feeling.
    • into concepts and ideas the dark impelling forces
    • feelings into the life of ideas, we see quite
    • soul-life we have two elements, ideation and
    • the concepts and ideas they formulate for
    • can be satisfactory in the highest, most ideal sense
    • severe. With all other concepts or ideas excluded,
    • not merely appear before him in thoughts and ideas;
    • and surrenders absolutely to the idea: ‘King Jesus
    • These ideas, gathered up into a single resolution of
    • Will-element, while the Jesus-idea seizes the Will-element
    • Jesus’ the sole ideal of Christianity, which the
    • regards as the highest ideal concerning human worth
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    • an idea of the Christ Event in so far as it is
    • evil — must be seen as moral ideas, as cognition, or
    • can see how in the moral realm this or that ideal
    • to realise that these ideals do rise up
    • knowing how our great moral ideals are connected
    • is, for example, when an inventive idea arises in
    • accepted idea of this differentiation corresponds
    • contrast to the elements of ideations and feeling.
    • into concepts and ideas the dark impelling forces
    • feelings into the life of ideas, we see quite
    • soul-life we have two elements, ideation and
    • the concepts and ideas they formulate for
    • can be satisfactory in the highest, most ideal sense
    • severe. With all other concepts or ideas excluded,
    • not merely appear before him in thoughts and ideas;
    • and surrenders absolutely to the idea: ‘King Jesus
    • These ideas, gathered up into a single resolution of
    • Will-element, while the Jesus-idea seizes the Will-element
    • Jesus’ the sole ideal of Christianity, which the
    • regards as the highest ideal concerning human worth
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    • clever ideas which make so many parents happy. He was a serious child
    • showed himself to be a gifted person, with many ideas about what was
    • Weininger, too, but as a genial, gifted man with ideas. For, to draw
    • what I have been telling you to a conclusion, he does have ideas.
    • However mistaken one may hold them to be, they are ideas. Moreover,
    • they are new ideas.
    • there entered into his thinking the idea of a kind of modern Christ,
    • is the idea that rules his soul, is that the feminine is the thing
    • kind of ideas I have been sketching for you. Then came a period when
    • wrote down the ideas which then were published in the book,
    • This second book contains extraordinary ideas, ideas much more radical
    • something curious about these ideas: they are reminiscent of what we
    • call imaginative knowledge. There are ideas, aphoristically expressed,
    • that Weininger was completely insane. Yet all the ideas collected in
    • But by no means a mad idea — just one that has been paradoxically
    • agree with all his son's ideas, he does not notice anything abnormal
    • disagreed with their ideas!
    • example, with certain ideas developed in a unique way, but there are
    • Weininger's biography with the ideas he developed and would find
    • significant in the distorted and caricature-like ideas of Sex and
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    • appreciate how the caricature-like ideas of such a man as Weininger do
    • need to be repeated in our concepts and ideas. What, really, is the
    • point of it? Why should we, with our thoughts and ideas, repeat the
    • with our ideas. They are an addition. So why should nature not be
    • These are the ideas I wanted to touch on. You carry your head about in
    • existence. As I said, I wanted to touch on these ideas because they
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    • begins to reveal something of these ideas to us. What is normally
    • materialist could believe that the ideas of morality, of aesthetic
    • life of ideas. The roots of these experiences reach beneath the
    • them in a purely spiritual fashion as moral ideas. That is the fact to
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    • ideas, ideas he can grasp and according to which he is able to direct
    • moral ideas, it nevertheless streams into the physical person, into
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    • call on the help of some other ideas that we have acquired. To begin
    • between concepts and ideas, and about the mysterious connection
    • To someone who approaches matters with clear ideas and in the spirit
    • someone with clear ideas and a feeling for knowledge considers the
    • lives in us as ideas, truth and wisdom. Building up a picture of the
    • realm of truth and ideas. Why, then, does the realm of truth exist
    • picture that we take into ourselves through ideas and knowledge is by
    • glimpse of what surges and weaves in among our fully-conscious ideas.
    • developed in a way that runs totally contrary to the nature of ideas
    • in us in the form of ideas and truth extends. The next two lectures
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    • necessity of making our concepts and ideas more mobile in order to be
    • into our usual daytime consciousness. The concepts and ideas that
    • some of the ideas people harbour today were to well up out of their
    • unconscious into the sphere of life, as did the ideas of the woman we
    • asymmetrical side, so to speak. He actually comes up with the idea of
    • reversibility, the impossibility of reversing our ideas.
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    • — the spiritually concrete — to the idealism of that time.
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    • give you an outline of his ideas. Ernst Mach was sceptical about all
    • pictures and ideas about the world. This assumes — and, as I
    • sense experiences into concepts and ideas.
    • was a thinker who based his ideas on similar
    • is a God.’ Having the idea that God exists is just like having a
    • the ideas of pragmatic philosophy in America, a German thinker
    • reply. It was for this reason that I introduced a certain idea in my
    • This is the idea that if one wants to arrive at the truth, it is not
    • sufficient just to form a logical concept, or a logical idea. There is
    • the further requirement that the concept or idea must be in accordance
    • had borne and how poorly its idea of reality had stood up to exacting
    • tests. And so people came to the idea: Yes, to be sure, there is the
    • Eucken's philosophy is the reawakening of Idealism, the reawakening of
    • prior, view of the world Nietzsche developed some impossible ideas.
    • interested to know how Nietzsche might have arrived at this idea. Now,
    • idea of the doctrine of the eternal return. Naturally, one can come up
    • idea by formulating the contradictory of some idea he encountered in
    • another person. Thus I was trying to approach his ideas realistically.
    • To my knowledge, I said, the contrary of this idea of his is to be
    • intended to formulate a contradictory idea — I am no longer sure
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    • substance, whose movements accompany experiences of thoughts, ideas,
    • things, for example, such as the relationship of our ideas to external
    • truth is the agreement of our ideas with the objects; this is truth on
    • the physical level of existence. If we express an idea for which the
    • is something like this agreement between ideas and external objects
    • and the ideas we acquire through our physical bodies. He carried out
    • ideas and external objects. Wherever man is engaged in bringing his
    • ideas into agreement with external objects and external facts Ahriman
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    • This is why there is so much talk about abstract ideals today —
    • such as the great abstract ideals of Truth, Beauty, Goodness. But
    • the spiritual world who correspond to the abstract ideals of beauty,
    • the higher hierarchies — not merely toward the abstract ideals
    • less abstract ideals in our deeds and activities. In order to raise
    • ourselves up, even as far as Idealism, we must develop sufficiently to
    • all this is really a search for abstractions! All these moral ideals
    • and ideals about national economy, and all the many other kinds of
    • ideals — these are all abstractions. Just compare these abstract
    • will be apparent if you compare this with the abstract moral idealism
    • all kinds of ideals which are nothing but abstractions. No, there is a
    • they will continue to formulate abstract ideals — just thoughts
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    • of what a true metamorphosis of being involves can laugh at the idea
    • truth by simply trying to arrive at ideas that accord with an
    • whether an idea he has formulated is in accordance with reality.
    • Ahriman never concerns himself with whether or not an idea agrees with
    • concerned with whether an idea accords with the objective world. Most
    • emphatically not! He wants those ideas to be evolved which will
    • whether or not an idea is in harmony with the objective world. Ahriman
    • In both cases things are achieved that ideas, formed solely on the
    • a right awareness for whether an idea harmonises with the objective
    • does show concern for whether his ideas agree with the objective
    • of the world and repeating them in one's ideas, basing everything one
    • seek for ideas that are in harmony with objective reality, so that we
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    • It would be a good idea to consider what has been said thus far, so I
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    • of things, so to speak. But we must achieve ideas and concepts that
    • try, through spiritual science, to formulate ideas which are truly
    • idea how one comes to understand such things.’ That is how they
    • written down in verses. The concepts and ideas of the verses preserved
    • ideal. An age which had these views on language was bound to respond
    • to the idea or applying its mechanics to neighbouring spheres of the
    • heavens. Thus the ideals of the materialism of the fifth
    • doctrine of idols. One of the not-yet-fulfilled ideals that you can
    • find in Bacon is the idea of artificially-created weather. But that
    • will come! This ideal from Bacon's Nova Atlantis will also be
    • fulfilled. In Bacon we encounter for the first time the idea of
    • airships that can be guided, and the idea of boats that can submerge.
    • sea, belong with those of the theory of idols. Those are ideas and
    • ideals that belong together, and so it is that they appear in the
    • Atlantean Epoch, someone formulated the ideas that introduced
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    • Thus a distant ideal of the human soul can become actuality for those
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    • reconstructed the poem in the sense of Goethe's ideas. Scherer,
    • life, would indeed ridicule the idea of a leader of men towering above
    • mountains on this road is not admitted; people cannot bear the idea.
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    • to the idea of spiritual beings, he will not ask how solar spirits
    • with matured ideas, feelings, and finally with love. By taking from
    • human being; he can develop ideas which can be offered up for the
    • An event now took place the idea of which must occupy a foremost place
    • the physical seed alone, you would have little idea of the plant. To
    • fantastic idea; there never was such a thing. To anyone observing what
    • childish ideas and views were current: These unfortunate Indians
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    • spirit, and that the idea of matter is a lie; only when we recognize
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    • If we wish to have a vivid idea of the consciousness of an old
    • quite a different way. Let us try to form an idea of the intercourse
    • thoughts, ideas, sensations, and feelings relating to the spiritual
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    • even if they imagine themselves to be idealists. There is an American,
    • conception; he is by no means willing to entertain the idea that
    • Consider the case of a man who refuses to entertain the idea that
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    • idea of Resurrection; and if this idea be not believed or understood,
    • cases, ideas are being formed, already in our time, of what will one
    • vessels, and enable these minds to form clear and true ideas regarding
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    • document. Think of the ideal of love held up to us, in the Gospels, in
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    • etheric body an astral body. The astral body is the bearer of ideas,
    • Ego; from the mother, ideas and the gift of telling fables; these are
    • relationship the father and mother in him was a great ideal. If this
    • of the whole relationship. Here was once for all the great ideal of
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    • Science then became poorer and poorer in ideas precisely inasmuch as
    • mechanism. Today it is in every sense an ideal to explain the world
    • ideas. The ideas of antiquity are far more replete with life, far
    • loftier and grander. The ideas of Darwinism are like a squeezed lemon.
    • increasingly poor in ideas. Ideas will die out more and more. And such
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    • elaborates these in his thoughts and ideas. Thus, owing to the
    • and his ideas of the spiritual world are illusory and untrue. But
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    • it; for no idea of it can be formed save by one who has learnt to
    • not been merely one of empty concepts and ideas, but of such
    • conceptions and ideas as have the power to become a source of life
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    • such an ideal, but before we could realize it, we would have to
    • an idea of how the human brain works.
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    • such an ideal, but before we could realize it, we would have to
    • an idea of how the human brain works.
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    • he creates a statue of Zeus or Apollo, it takes an idealised human
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    • he creates a statue of Zeus or Apollo, it takes an idealised human
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    • an ideal to grow into the things passed down from older times, step by
    • even ideals — but they do not meet one as full, living human beings.
    • young. Ideas no longer have to be quite fixed. But if you climb up and
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    • an ideal to grow into the things passed down from older times, step by
    • even ideals — but they do not meet one as full, living human beings.
    • young. Ideas no longer have to be quite fixed. But if you climb up and
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    • idealism. But if we look at this more abstract character of the time
    • ideas; he could not reach the higher stage of development, attainable
    • connect a further idea with this older form of the myth, where
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    • idealism. But if we look at this more abstract character of the time
    • ideas; he could not reach the higher stage of development, attainable
    • connect a further idea with this older form of the myth, where
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    • ideal for human beings. If a mutual permeation of rational necessity
    • held, this ideal condition would be expressed in the creation and
    • rejects everything Philistine and seeks for an ideal condition which
    • he relates this ideal to the creation and appreciation of art. In his
    • fullest sense of the word. Schiller regards playing as the ideal
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    • ideal for human beings. If a mutual permeation of rational necessity
    • held, this ideal condition would be expressed in the creation and
    • rejects everything Philistine and seeks for an ideal condition which
    • he relates this ideal to the creation and appreciation of art. In his
    • fullest sense of the word. Schiller regards playing as the ideal
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    • of thought and ideation; the whole rhythmic activity in Man —
    • Similarly, the life of ideas, the life of feeling and the life of will
    • thinking and ideas. Everything connected with the life of feeling
    • feeling we know indirectly through ideas, but we can never know it
    • states lying below ordinary human consciousness. Subconscious ideas
    • ideas lie beneath the life of will.
    • ideas. Similarly, thoughts are present in the sphere of feeling, more
    • this. In our life of ideas, in our head life, we have processes which
    • idea why, but a change has come over him “out of the blue”,
    • which they simply accept, while of course having no idea that they are
    • ready to form any idea of their reciprocal relation to the very realm
    • wish to promote enthusiasm for some sort of ideal. It springs from an
    • do as our personal affair. We shall have no idea that it is something
    • exact sciences the most impossible ideas. I will select just one,
    • diffusion of light with mathematical ideas, they will say: You see,
    • limit. And yet ideas such as I have described above are current in our
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    • of thought and ideation; the whole rhythmic activity in Man —
    • Similarly, the life of ideas, the life of feeling and the life of will
    • thinking and ideas. Everything connected with the life of feeling
    • feeling we know indirectly through ideas, but we can never know it
    • states lying below ordinary human consciousness. Subconscious ideas
    • ideas lie beneath the life of will.
    • ideas. Similarly, thoughts are present in the sphere of feeling, more
    • this. In our life of ideas, in our head life, we have processes which
    • idea why, but a change has come over him “out of the blue”,
    • which they simply accept, while of course having no idea that they are
    • ready to form any idea of their reciprocal relation to the very realm
    • wish to promote enthusiasm for some sort of ideal. It springs from an
    • do as our personal affair. We shall have no idea that it is something
    • exact sciences the most impossible ideas. I will select just one,
    • diffusion of light with mathematical ideas, they will say: You see,
    • limit. And yet ideas such as I have described above are current in our
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    • ideas, and to this Goethe retorted that he actually saw
    • his ideas before him, that he perceived them objectively.
    • They regarded the substance of the ideas which thus lit up before them
    • appearance in space of the life of ideas, and this life of ideas
    • the red glow of evening. The Greeks felt that the world of ideas came
    • in the darkness of the night they were bereft of the world of ideas.
    • “darkness”, they felt that their world of ideas came to an
    • We take earthly life today as the basis of our ideas and concepts and
    • ideas. The Greek conceived the rays of the Sun to be the power which
    • and ideas, nervous symptoms are bound to increase in severity, because
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    • ideas, and to this Goethe retorted that he actually saw
    • his ideas before him, that he perceived them objectively.
    • They regarded the substance of the ideas which thus lit up before them
    • appearance in space of the life of ideas, and this life of ideas
    • the red glow of evening. The Greeks felt that the world of ideas came
    • in the darkness of the night they were bereft of the world of ideas.
    • “darkness”, they felt that their world of ideas came to an
    • We take earthly life today as the basis of our ideas and concepts and
    • ideas. The Greek conceived the rays of the Sun to be the power which
    • and ideas, nervous symptoms are bound to increase in severity, because
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    • into their skulls only this idea of the cosmos, then in social
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    • architectural fancy showing them single ideas if thou wilt
    • follow up these ideas by which they will be able to build
    • ideas in color, and thus hast become the archetype of the art
    • ideas in color. And through this sense men will be able to
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    • architectural fancy showing them single ideas if thou wilt
    • follow up these ideas by which they will be able to build
    • ideas in color, and thus hast become the archetype of the art
    • ideas in color. And through this sense men will be able to
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    • study life. They say: Ethics and the idea of morality are no business
    • economic life, not the forces of ideas, are of paramount importance in
    • — this is regarded as the ideal by many moralists and
    • the welfare of the single individual's form of life is not an ideal,
    • no ideal of common welfare can be produced by an accumulation of
    • individuals. The ideal cannot be the welfare of an individual, nor can
    • innermost, ideal according to external forms, but according to what is
    • vouchsafed as the ideal to the inmost essence of the soul itself by
    • does not take the ethical ideals, the cultural ideals, into himself
    • The ideal prescribed by Tolstoy is that the simplicity of the soul
    • judgment on these scientists, above all on the ideal striven for in
    • ideal civilisation? No, you must take hold of the human being where he
    • ideals of culture — European science as well as European art
    • bearer of the future ideal of culture. It is there that he sees the
    • ideal hovering before us is an ideal of Love, an ideal which the human
    • we have this conception of the spiritual ideal we may claim to have
    • particularly characteristic of his ethical and moral ideal:
    • of Leo Tolstoy lies in this: he has shown that the ideals are not to
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    • study life. They say: Ethics and the idea of morality are no business
    • economic life, not the forces of ideas, are of paramount importance in
    • — this is regarded as the ideal by many moralists and
    • the welfare of the single individual's form of life is not an ideal,
    • no ideal of common welfare can be produced by an accumulation of
    • individuals. The ideal cannot be the welfare of an individual, nor can
    • innermost, ideal according to external forms, but according to what is
    • vouchsafed as the ideal to the inmost essence of the soul itself by
    • does not take the ethical ideals, the cultural ideals, into himself
    • The ideal prescribed by Tolstoy is that the simplicity of the soul
    • judgment on these scientists, above all on the ideal striven for in
    • ideal civilisation? No, you must take hold of the human being where he
    • ideals of culture — European science as well as European art
    • bearer of the future ideal of culture. It is there that he sees the
    • ideal hovering before us is an ideal of Love, an ideal which the human
    • we have this conception of the spiritual ideal we may claim to have
    • particularly characteristic of his ethical and moral ideal:
    • of Leo Tolstoy lies in this: he has shown that the ideals are not to
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    • thus easier in this case to transform the idea into a
    • this attitude, either in feeling or in word and idea, we have
    • ideal form it would be the sort of soul attitude that would
    • it in our words and ideas is the second form of prayer, the
    • than in ideas. Consider, for instance, the Old Testament
    • into being by its thinking and feelings, the ideals to which
    • soul. Impulses of will and ideals formerly strange to us rise
    • the most splendid ideas and impulses living in the soul. Here
    • often told today, particularly in the ideas of a falsely
    • prays has an idea of this, when in prayer he comes to true
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    • thus easier in this case to transform the idea into a
    • this attitude, either in feeling or in word and idea, we have
    • ideal form it would be the sort of soul attitude that would
    • it in our words and ideas is the second form of prayer, the
    • than in ideas. Consider, for instance, the Old Testament
    • into being by its thinking and feelings, the ideals to which
    • soul. Impulses of will and ideals formerly strange to us rise
    • the most splendid ideas and impulses living in the soul. Here
    • often told today, particularly in the ideas of a falsely
    • prays has an idea of this, when in prayer he comes to true
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • element, into the great idea of the organization of States. The
    • understand the idea of the incarnated God. To begin with, this idea
    • this idea very life. The Christ is given form in the Jewish
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    • element, into the great idea of the organization of States. The
    • understand the idea of the incarnated God. To begin with, this idea
    • this idea very life. The Christ is given form in the Jewish
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    • among persons of an idealistic turn of mind. The ordinary culture and
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    • “external”. Our idea of man in his soul and spirit must of
    • adequate idea of it. To-day I propose to speak from still another
    • of it. The usual idea is that if we were to go up in a balloon and
    • had a visual idea of man; we receive in cosmic sound the idea of the
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    • We tried in the first lecture of this Course to form some idea of the
    • into operation. That we are able not only to conceive the idea of
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    • time; and as man's thinking and ideation have necessarily to be in
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    • the ideas. In all our study of super-sensible man we must realise in
    • and ideas, without letting our whole being pour into the words.
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    • souls. Just as thoughts and ideas are for the waking
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    • souls. Just as thoughts and ideas are for the waking
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    • then has in it the ideas of the divine being before the
    • we trace the concepts back, we discover the divine ideas, the
    • fruitful. The pure idea (Gedanke) of the SEIN (existence) is
    • come to the IDEE, the idea, which is at one and the same time
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    • then has in it the ideas of the divine being before the
    • we trace the concepts back, we discover the divine ideas, the
    • fruitful. The pure idea (Gedanke) of the SEIN (existence) is
    • come to the IDEE, the idea, which is at one and the same time
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    • the ordinary outer man an inner man, who to the ordinary idea is
    • waking conscious life, through absorbing the ideas and conceptions of
    • ideas coming from the materialistic view of the world and especially
    • ideas than those set forth by materialism, the perception of the
    • concepts and ideas of Spiritual Science, when he has thus deepened and
    • ideas, the spiritually scientific conceptions, that man may acquire as
    • standstill, stopping at the merely abstract ideas of God or Christ,
    • longing — for the very ideas that can be developed in Spiritual
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    • the ordinary outer man an inner man, who to the ordinary idea is
    • waking conscious life, through absorbing the ideas and conceptions of
    • ideas coming from the materialistic view of the world and especially
    • ideas than those set forth by materialism, the perception of the
    • concepts and ideas of Spiritual Science, when he has thus deepened and
    • ideas, the spiritually scientific conceptions, that man may acquire as
    • standstill, stopping at the merely abstract ideas of God or Christ,
    • longing — for the very ideas that can be developed in Spiritual
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    • a position to form clearly defined ideas and clearly defined concepts
    • is a thousand times better to have grasped the ideas of Spiritual
    • that another person does not see. And usually there is no idea of how
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    • a position to form clearly defined ideas and clearly defined concepts
    • is a thousand times better to have grasped the ideas of Spiritual
    • that another person does not see. And usually there is no idea of how
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    • The Northern Mysteries were based upon the idea that when a number of
    • tittle-tattle of history written down much later on, his ideas on the
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    • The Northern Mysteries were based upon the idea that when a number of
    • tittle-tattle of history written down much later on, his ideas on the
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    • idea, or a spiritual sub-stratum in the view of Spiritual Science)
    • whole idea and outlook of the Mysteries. It is now asked in the sense
    • preparation of the soul for the realization of the ideas about the
    • Cosmos, and that the further he projected his conceptions and ideas
    • whenever he desired to encompass the Cosmos with his ideas. This
    • called this Primal man Adam. According to old Hebraic ideas that which
    • Christ Idea bears fruitful seed that will bring humanity not merely to
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    • idea, or a spiritual sub-stratum in the view of Spiritual Science)
    • whole idea and outlook of the Mysteries. It is now asked in the sense
    • preparation of the soul for the realization of the ideas about the
    • Cosmos, and that the further he projected his conceptions and ideas
    • whenever he desired to encompass the Cosmos with his ideas. This
    • called this Primal man Adam. According to old Hebraic ideas that which
    • Christ Idea bears fruitful seed that will bring humanity not merely to
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    • theoretical ideas and conceptions which arise out of these habits of
    • Christ. The Gnostic ideas were only able to prevail for a relatively
    • development of the wonderful Gnostic ideas concerning the Christ
    • life. Modern Spiritual Science, the ideas of which we will try briefly
    • the true ‘concreteness’ of spiritual ideas than can ever
    • idea; that is to say, the conception of a Being Who became incarnate
    • development, as it were, of ancient Gnostic ideas, has however
    • renounce the real Christ Idea, and endeavoured to confine attention
    • entered history as a mere ‘idea,’ as an impulse created
    • historical science is that it speaks of ‘historical ideas,’
    • as if outer, abstract ideas were taking root among peoples and
    • superficiality imaginable. Ideas are not the source of development of
    • process would be meaningless if the ideas which surge into the souls
    • conceptions and ideas when, freed from his present bearings, he has
    • him and the world to which he really belongs. The idea of the
    • “The world is my Idea.” In other words this means:
    • knowledge, are only the result of redemption. Through the idea
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    • theoretical ideas and conceptions which arise out of these habits of
    • Christ. The Gnostic ideas were only able to prevail for a relatively
    • development of the wonderful Gnostic ideas concerning the Christ
    • life. Modern Spiritual Science, the ideas of which we will try briefly
    • the true ‘concreteness’ of spiritual ideas than can ever
    • idea; that is to say, the conception of a Being Who became incarnate
    • development, as it were, of ancient Gnostic ideas, has however
    • renounce the real Christ Idea, and endeavoured to confine attention
    • entered history as a mere ‘idea,’ as an impulse created
    • historical science is that it speaks of ‘historical ideas,’
    • as if outer, abstract ideas were taking root among peoples and
    • superficiality imaginable. Ideas are not the source of development of
    • process would be meaningless if the ideas which surge into the souls
    • conceptions and ideas when, freed from his present bearings, he has
    • him and the world to which he really belongs. The idea of the
    • “The world is my Idea.” In other words this means:
    • knowledge, are only the result of redemption. Through the idea
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    • definite ideas. Whether or not one is justified in speaking of it, is
    • associated ‘Mysticism’ with all ideas about which there is something
    • of the greatest possible clarity — a world where ideas shine into
    • ideas and conceptions of a Mystic can be as lucid and clear as
    • direction, and out of this feeling was born his idea of a
    • the one side and of Beethoven on the other. This was the idea
    • underlying all his work — an idea that had arisen from profound
    • Nifelheim were condensing, and they conceived the idea that the water
    • transformed. The idea living in the minds of the Knights of the Grail
    • Grail Ideal will be fulfilled when man brings forth his like with the
    • ideal was known as the Holy Grail the transformed reproductive organs
    • And now let us see how this sublime ideal lived on the heart and soul
    • first idea of Parsifal was born. Many things happened in the
    • feeling and let the ideas in their totality stand before our souls.
    • said to himself: The art which is living in me as an ideal must at the
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    • definite ideas. Whether or not one is justified in speaking of it, is
    • associated ‘Mysticism’ with all ideas about which there is something
    • of the greatest possible clarity — a world where ideas shine into
    • ideas and conceptions of a Mystic can be as lucid and clear as
    • direction, and out of this feeling was born his idea of a
    • the one side and of Beethoven on the other. This was the idea
    • underlying all his work — an idea that had arisen from profound
    • Nifelheim were condensing, and they conceived the idea that the water
    • transformed. The idea living in the minds of the Knights of the Grail
    • Grail Ideal will be fulfilled when man brings forth his like with the
    • ideal was known as the Holy Grail the transformed reproductive organs
    • And now let us see how this sublime ideal lived on the heart and soul
    • first idea of Parsifal was born. Many things happened in the
    • feeling and let the ideas in their totality stand before our souls.
    • said to himself: The art which is living in me as an ideal must at the
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    • giving any idea of their significance. Naturally it is difficult for
    • Plato to the Idea of the Good in relation to the other Ideas. Deussen
    • the Ideas subsist in and through themselves. Plato could not
    • acknowledge God as a Being because the Ideas are primary and
    • subsistent. True — says Deussen — Plato places the Idea of
    • the Good above the other Ideas, but he did not thereby imply that the
    • Idea of the Good stands above the others. — For what is expressed
    • in the Idea of the Good is, after all, only a kind of family-likeness
    • which is present in all the Ideas. — Such is Deussen's argument.
    • But now let us scrutinise this logic more closely. The Ideas are
    • there. They are subsistent and independent. The Idea of the Good
    • cannot be said to rule or direct the other Ideas. All Ideas bear a
    • the Idea of the Good. Yes — but whence are family-likenesses
    • derived? A family-likeness is derived from stock. The Idea of
    • ideas. The great spiritual picture to which Plato tried to lift the
    • Divine Spirit. Plato said in effect: the Ideas are the lowest
    • the ideas, and this is at a lower level than the picture itself.
    • Nevertheless, Aristotle could still receive the substance of the ideas
    • We can form some idea of how such men were wont to speak, if we study
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    • giving any idea of their significance. Naturally it is difficult for
    • Plato to the Idea of the Good in relation to the other Ideas. Deussen
    • the Ideas subsist in and through themselves. Plato could not
    • acknowledge God as a Being because the Ideas are primary and
    • subsistent. True — says Deussen — Plato places the Idea of
    • the Good above the other Ideas, but he did not thereby imply that the
    • Idea of the Good stands above the others. — For what is expressed
    • in the Idea of the Good is, after all, only a kind of family-likeness
    • which is present in all the Ideas. — Such is Deussen's argument.
    • But now let us scrutinise this logic more closely. The Ideas are
    • there. They are subsistent and independent. The Idea of the Good
    • cannot be said to rule or direct the other Ideas. All Ideas bear a
    • the Idea of the Good. Yes — but whence are family-likenesses
    • derived? A family-likeness is derived from stock. The Idea of
    • ideas. The great spiritual picture to which Plato tried to lift the
    • Divine Spirit. Plato said in effect: the Ideas are the lowest
    • the ideas, and this is at a lower level than the picture itself.
    • Nevertheless, Aristotle could still receive the substance of the ideas
    • We can form some idea of how such men were wont to speak, if we study
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    • form of a plan with real ideas relating to those things which can at
    • schematic ideas. But if we wish to continue in the acquisition
    • when the great ideas of the Central European world-conception had
    • books. Those who were unable to penetrate into such a lofty idea,
    • to penetrate into such a great idea, went through a terrible time. We
    • Philistines. Just think that Oken conceived the following idea: What
    • perceived by a man with idealistic conceptions, because the
    • possible, without the slightest idea of spiritual scientific truths?
    • whether he is a realistic or an idealistic painter, an expressionist,
    • spiritual science. When someone has a new idea to-day and invents
    • the right kind of feeling, the right kind of idea in regard to what
    • gradually become familiar with them, acquiring an idea of all that
    • the slightest idea that this knowledge must be drawn out of an
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    • form of a plan with real ideas relating to those things which can at
    • schematic ideas. But if we wish to continue in the acquisition
    • when the great ideas of the Central European world-conception had
    • books. Those who were unable to penetrate into such a lofty idea,
    • to penetrate into such a great idea, went through a terrible time. We
    • Philistines. Just think that Oken conceived the following idea: What
    • perceived by a man with idealistic conceptions, because the
    • possible, without the slightest idea of spiritual scientific truths?
    • whether he is a realistic or an idealistic painter, an expressionist,
    • spiritual science. When someone has a new idea to-day and invents
    • the right kind of feeling, the right kind of idea in regard to what
    • gradually become familiar with them, acquiring an idea of all that
    • the slightest idea that this knowledge must be drawn out of an
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    • And now let us turn to certain fundamental ideas which can make our
    • study the buildings of a later epoch, gleaning from them some idea of
    • The idea of the temple
    • in existence can prefigure the ideal structure that ought, one
    • feels: ‘When I try to formulate in concepts or ideas something
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    • And now let us turn to certain fundamental ideas which can make our
    • study the buildings of a later epoch, gleaning from them some idea of
    • The idea of the temple
    • in existence can prefigure the ideal structure that ought, one
    • feels: ‘When I try to formulate in concepts or ideas something
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    • ideas that we intend arbitrarily to project into the future, but we
    • intend to harbor and to follow only those ideas that have been slowly
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    • ideas that we intend arbitrarily to project into the future, but we
    • intend to harbor and to follow only those ideas that have been slowly
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    • ideas were interwoven. Here upon Earth man felt that he must find
    • our Thoughts — our concepts and ideas. These are in our soul:
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    • ideas were interwoven. Here upon Earth man felt that he must find
    • our Thoughts — our concepts and ideas. These are in our soul:
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    • astonishing that this idea of Reincarnation should be designated as
    • opposition to his own ideas, comes to Nagasena to speak with him
    • from the idea of what may be regarded as the separate individuality,
    • incarnations succeed each other, and there is no idea of evolution
    • an historical conception. The Christian idea seeks in the ‘fall’
    • world in ideas and concepts is at hand.’ In other words: ‘Man
    • more and more deeply penetrated. It is just the evolution-idea which
    • of the Ideal of the World-environment within him; who desires naught,
    • ideal in some one who has overcome all enjoyment and pain that
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    • astonishing that this idea of Reincarnation should be designated as
    • opposition to his own ideas, comes to Nagasena to speak with him
    • from the idea of what may be regarded as the separate individuality,
    • incarnations succeed each other, and there is no idea of evolution
    • an historical conception. The Christian idea seeks in the ‘fall’
    • world in ideas and concepts is at hand.’ In other words: ‘Man
    • more and more deeply penetrated. It is just the evolution-idea which
    • of the Ideal of the World-environment within him; who desires naught,
    • ideal in some one who has overcome all enjoyment and pain that
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    • and suffering, of all ebbing and flowing ideas, feelings and
    • ideas, if we did not know that it has been bestowed by the whole
    • external world. Anyone who stated that concepts and ideas arise
    • within man, even though there may be no ideas in the external world,
    • concepts and ideas.
    • intelligible. Only those ideas which are able fruitfully to recreate
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    • and suffering, of all ebbing and flowing ideas, feelings and
    • ideas, if we did not know that it has been bestowed by the whole
    • external world. Anyone who stated that concepts and ideas arise
    • within man, even though there may be no ideas in the external world,
    • concepts and ideas.
    • intelligible. Only those ideas which are able fruitfully to recreate
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    • unfolds a certain idealism, so that every time he utters a word, the
    • allows idealism to disappear altogether from his speaking, then he
    • into the whole way in which a Greek thinks and forms his ideas.
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    • unfolds a certain idealism, so that every time he utters a word, the
    • allows idealism to disappear altogether from his speaking, then he
    • into the whole way in which a Greek thinks and forms his ideas.
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    • conception was then added to this world of ideas, namely, that in
    • so, among those in whom these ideas lived during the early Christian
    • the various ideas current in Greece, Asia Minor and its neighbouring
    • in the man Jesus. The kind of ideas which in those days men brought
    • kinship with the spiritual world. Such ideas lived in European
    • endeavoured to evolve their concepts and ideas of the super-sensible
    • shaping and association of ideas. A technique of thought of the very
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    • conception was then added to this world of ideas, namely, that in
    • so, among those in whom these ideas lived during the early Christian
    • the various ideas current in Greece, Asia Minor and its neighbouring
    • in the man Jesus. The kind of ideas which in those days men brought
    • kinship with the spiritual world. Such ideas lived in European
    • endeavoured to evolve their concepts and ideas of the super-sensible
    • shaping and association of ideas. A technique of thought of the very
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    • say, it is expressed in our ordinary conceptions and ideas which we
    • conceptions and ideas which portray to him the outer physical
    • overwhelmed and drowned by the coarser ideas which flow into us from
    • conceptions, in our own life of ideas, for a certain length of time.
    • the attunement of our soul. Into our ordinary thoughts and ideas
    • still there, down in the subconscious. But his idea is this: If we
    • this or that ideal of life, this or that hope or plan. He did not
    • conditions of ideation are quite different; even within your
    • Thus we may say: as spiritual beings we have an idea within us, but
    • the idea tells us nothing whatever as yet; we must first get rid of
    • the idea; yet we ourselves must first achieve the actual presence.
    • transformed into inner feeling. Even if all the ideas developed in
    • of the clear ideas of Spiritual Science. The world has need of this
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    • say, it is expressed in our ordinary conceptions and ideas which we
    • conceptions and ideas which portray to him the outer physical
    • overwhelmed and drowned by the coarser ideas which flow into us from
    • conceptions, in our own life of ideas, for a certain length of time.
    • the attunement of our soul. Into our ordinary thoughts and ideas
    • still there, down in the subconscious. But his idea is this: If we
    • this or that ideal of life, this or that hope or plan. He did not
    • conditions of ideation are quite different; even within your
    • Thus we may say: as spiritual beings we have an idea within us, but
    • the idea tells us nothing whatever as yet; we must first get rid of
    • the idea; yet we ourselves must first achieve the actual presence.
    • transformed into inner feeling. Even if all the ideas developed in
    • of the clear ideas of Spiritual Science. The world has need of this
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    • ideas are not fitted to take hold of the impulses which must be
    • of thought found in the concepts of mythology. For the ideas which
    • certain legal ideas, astronomy, rhetoric, even a script and so on. It
    • soon as one takes these ideas together, one is no longer inclined to
    • that the Greeks had the idea that what they meant by Zeus had been
    • will examine the words a little, so that we can form an idea of what
    • Epirus. The Greek had in fact this idea: There was once such a king
    • ideas they formed of the Gods. Thus they looked back to Zeus, Hera,
    • see, even superficial ideas can indicate to us that certain nature
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    • Ideas — as it were — as Goethe still did, and that they
    • seeing of ideas, a seeing of spiritual realities, a living in
    • get an idea of it if you seek it in the following way. You see, men
    • essences, all this has been coarsened, not only in idea but also in
    • form over the earth today, without people having any idea of how out
    • spread among humanity. Ideas are nevertheless spread abroad which are
    • general ideas, play in the world! That one wrestled and strove about
    • General Ideas, are at first as certain Ideas in God: those are
    • Universals ante rem; then the Ideas are in the objects:
    • Universals in re; and then the Ideas are in our mind, our
    • man connected with reality when he thinks, when he only thinks ideas?
    • ideas it is much more mischievous than in language; people often make
    • use of concepts without having the least idea of their connection
    • is that man receives the force for abstract ideas out of the
    • the meantime man does not know how he is to unite the abstract ideas
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    • is directly rooted in Greek ideas. We bear much within us, especially
    • among these often contradictory concepts and ideas, comes through the
    • seriousness, a serious idea of the world and, one might say, even a
    • abstract concept, the abstract idea and is far removed from the
    • original source, ideas are often still farther removed, and people do
    • how far they are removed from reality in what today they call ideas,
    • and even ‘ideals’. In other words: mankind does not know
    • has the least idea of it — but it is true, as I have often
    • living between birth and death, if one can form a few ideas of the
    • the force of the thought, the force of the idea in a new form. It
    • centre. For the idea of heredity plays far the greatest role in the
    • say about the idea of heredity, it is only that the other pole must
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    • times where the words, concepts and ideas are far removed from their
    • abstractions one cannot form much idea of the intimate relation
    • and ideas. I have dealt with this in my
    • must bring the ideas from far away. For one can say:
    • to point the way from countless illusionary ideas into the direction
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    • thoughts and ideas which the modern age has brought and of which it
    • his pensioning off, and who thus had the idea ‘I have got so
    • men today have no idea that in the social, the moral, the historical
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    • in certain ideas and concepts that he learns; but he then only learns
    • from all the current ideas that we have today, that modern culture
    • these ideas: there is the earth, it swings with such and such a
    • Is it not true that for the natural scientific idea of the world, man
    • the earlier ideas. We need not go back very far — only people
    • on earth men wander about who have no idea what they are, who really
    • respects he could even express right ideas with ringing words —
    • But pictures and ideas related to the dear Jesus-Babe cannot satisfy
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    • once. Just imagine if a modern man had the idea of learning
    • diplomacy, with the naiveté, the idealism, (also the
    • can please no one who wishes the ideal to remain pure. It is to be
    • ideas that modern science can develop, that there is only a material
    • formulated that the other has no real idea of what he wants.
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    • Philosophy as a science of ideas. The spiritual inbreathing and
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    • conception if one lets oneself be ruled by the thoughts and ideas
    • greatness of what we call our moral ideals; when we look into our own
    • soul and take cognisance for a moment of what moral ideals signify in
    • sensitive to the greatness and sublimity of moral ideals. And we can
    • develop in us with regard to the moral ideals within a feeling that
    • the moral ideals and purposes of man. A great warmth of feeling can
    • have the most sublime conception of the power of moral ideals. It may
    • far art thou removed from the lofty moral ideals which can rise up in
    • ideals thou canst set before thee! And not to feel so, dear friends,
    • not to feel oneself small in comparison with one's ideals can
    • more his inadequacy in face of his moral ideals. And another thought
    • all our strength that we may learn to make moral ideals more living
    • moral ideals takes such firm hold in their souls that they feel quite
    • find ideals which God has inscribed into my heart, and which it is
    • ideals that be finds inscribed in his heart. Why is it the one is so
    • thought-out concatenation of ideas, containing nothing that is not
    • themselves express their ideas, if only we have grown mature to
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    • is of the utmost importance that we should develop in us this idea,
    • the sphere of concepts and ideas and to carry on our own
    • beings, and the general concept of wolf which one holds as an idea is
    • cannot let these objects remain as they are in our ideas and in our
    • ideas is as a rule not active at all, but a wisdom that is merely
    • and share in the processes of death and decay. The ideas that we
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    • have a clear idea of what would have been the right and proper
    • remarkable one. You can form an idea of it if you will follow
    • that although it may be possible to have this before one as an ideal
    • shall not be able to form any correct idea of how the ego would now
    • Lucifer man would never have hit upon the ridiculous idea that he has
    • Man would never have had the idea that he
    • such. I have frequently protested against the idea that human
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    • or idea arises in your soul. When you enquire more exactly into the
    • relationship between yourself and the idea or the thought, you have
    • with this concept you had also the idea of the “I am.”
    • everything else, if you are absorbed in the idea that has been
    • one with the idea of chalk. But now suppose you have grasped this
    • idea and all at once you remember that yesterday you also saw chalk;
    • and you compare the idea of chalk that has been given you by direct
    • time so you can have ever so many cast-off ideas which are for you
    • continually been making outward what was first inward. The idea of
    • ideas are there. Or suppose the symphony comes to an end; then the
    • region of ideas, in so far as they come from hearing, dwindles away
    • idea which I must place before you, which is connected with what I
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    • considerations we were able to obtain an idea of how we are to
    • formed the idea from what was said yesterday — that is, if you
    • formed the idea that man is in reality a kind of double being. Let me
    • further occultism — come to the idea that all that is connected
    • grotesque idea! But it is true. Recall what we said yesterday about
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    • end of Philosophy as a science of ideas. The spiritual inbreathing and
    • lectures will perhaps have given you some idea of what a complicated
    • learn to apply the idea to the other things in the world. It will
    • conscious thoughts and ideas as the many eggs do to the few that
    • teach you how far what lives on in your soul as conscious idea, how
    • ideas a certain inheritance from primeval human wisdom, and we feed
    • upon these old ideas. If, however, we are able to observe the
    • itself, a strange poverty of spiritual content. New ideas, new
    • ideas to develop and mature in these days. No, the world of abstract
    • ideas, the world of intellectual ideas is exhausted. There are no
    • more new ideas springing up. The time of Thales marks the rise of
    • intellectual ideas for Western thought. And now we stand at a kind of
    • end; and philosophy as such, philosophy as a science of ideas, is at
    • an end. Ideas and thoughts belong only to the physical plane, and man
    • must learn to lift himself up to what lies beyond ideas and thought,
    • disappeared, we can form some idea of what that consumption and
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    • correct point. Current ideas about this faculty are, as I said,
    • call idealism. Our words relate entirely to things of the outer,
    • material world. The voicing of ideals — which presupposes
    • belief in the spiritual, for the ideal is a spiritual thing —
    • unfold inner enthusiasm for ideals, they speak, in reality, of
    • soul, lack the wings of idealism. But if this quality is absent, if,
    • in other words, man is unable in waking life to speak of his ideals
    • as well as of physical things, unable to turn to the ideal which
    • daily speech he produces no words to express ideals, so that language
    • itself lacks idealism, then it is exceedingly difficult, during
    • idealism is expressed in his speech.
    • knowledge of life. Those who realise what lack of idealism in speech
    • effort to develop idealism of such a kind that our words do not
    • imbued with the Spiritual, in the form of idealism.
    • true connection with the Archai. How can this be done? Idealism
    • these Archai, in the same way as idealism in speech leads us into
    • astral body of a man who is an idealist can hand over his speech to
    • of idealism is present in a man's waking life, then the astral
    • body, we realise that as a result of idealism in his speech,
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    • correct point. Current ideas about this faculty are, as I said,
    • call idealism. Our words relate entirely to things of the outer,
    • material world. The voicing of ideals — which presupposes
    • belief in the spiritual, for the ideal is a spiritual thing —
    • unfold inner enthusiasm for ideals, they speak, in reality, of
    • soul, lack the wings of idealism. But if this quality is absent, if,
    • in other words, man is unable in waking life to speak of his ideals
    • as well as of physical things, unable to turn to the ideal which
    • daily speech he produces no words to express ideals, so that language
    • itself lacks idealism, then it is exceedingly difficult, during
    • idealism is expressed in his speech.
    • knowledge of life. Those who realise what lack of idealism in speech
    • effort to develop idealism of such a kind that our words do not
    • imbued with the Spiritual, in the form of idealism.
    • true connection with the Archai. How can this be done? Idealism
    • these Archai, in the same way as idealism in speech leads us into
    • astral body of a man who is an idealist can hand over his speech to
    • of idealism is present in a man's waking life, then the astral
    • body, we realise that as a result of idealism in his speech,
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    • are not merely to be regarded as a poetical idea, but as the outcome
    • that we first meet with the ideas which we find later in such
    • to come back from a previously conceived idea, to blot out a picture
    • occur, “Concerning the idea that the higher organic natures in
    • are entirely pervaded by these ideas, and he seeks to invest them
    • Seek thou the boundless realm of the ideal.
    • evolution of man so that he may, by absorbing the higher ideal man,
    • character and type, a pure, ideal man, with whose unalterable unity
    • the deepest sense of the word, with these ideas. He writes to
    • Goethe now endeavored on his part to set forth the same idea from the
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    • are not merely to be regarded as a poetical idea, but as the outcome
    • that we first meet with the ideas which we find later in such
    • to come back from a previously conceived idea, to blot out a picture
    • occur, “Concerning the idea that the higher organic natures in
    • are entirely pervaded by these ideas, and he seeks to invest them
    • Seek thou the boundless realm of the ideal.
    • evolution of man so that he may, by absorbing the higher ideal man,
    • character and type, a pure, ideal man, with whose unalterable unity
    • the deepest sense of the word, with these ideas. He writes to
    • Goethe now endeavored on his part to set forth the same idea from the
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    • must make our ideas plastic and form quite a different conception of
    • environment enfilled with ideas much closer to Nature than those
    • journey the idea of metamorphosis arises from this mood of soul, how
    • We can have no clear idea of what this really means unless we
    • between what lives in the idea or concept, and in the word.
    • word. The Greeks made no sharp distinction between concept or idea,
    • and word. When they were speaking it seemed to them that the idea
    • realisation of this intimate union between the concept or idea, and
    • that the ideas here are nourished and fed by the very way in which
    • as an idea or a concept arises within our minds to-day, so, in those
    • word or idea.
    • when man rises beyond the idea, beyond the sound as such, beyond the
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    • must make our ideas plastic and form quite a different conception of
    • environment enfilled with ideas much closer to Nature than those
    • journey the idea of metamorphosis arises from this mood of soul, how
    • We can have no clear idea of what this really means unless we
    • between what lives in the idea or concept, and in the word.
    • word. The Greeks made no sharp distinction between concept or idea,
    • and word. When they were speaking it seemed to them that the idea
    • realisation of this intimate union between the concept or idea, and
    • that the ideas here are nourished and fed by the very way in which
    • as an idea or a concept arises within our minds to-day, so, in those
    • word or idea.
    • when man rises beyond the idea, beyond the sound as such, beyond the
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    • here and tries by deliberate efforts of will to bring ideas,
    • some mental picture, idea or set of ideas of which he can maintain a
    • exert the forces of the soul when we dwell upon the picture or idea
    • in other circumstances, thoughts, ideas, feelings, impulses of will,
    • the faculty of remembrance, the capacity to retain ideas and mental
    • the goal and ideal of Anthroposophy is to promote and be a real
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    • here and tries by deliberate efforts of will to bring ideas,
    • some mental picture, idea or set of ideas of which he can maintain a
    • exert the forces of the soul when we dwell upon the picture or idea
    • in other circumstances, thoughts, ideas, feelings, impulses of will,
    • the faculty of remembrance, the capacity to retain ideas and mental
    • the goal and ideal of Anthroposophy is to promote and be a real
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    • convey an idea of the significance of the subjects we are studying.
    • outcome simply of ideas and not to lead back to any one personality.
    • have ideals. Ideals, however, are usually abstract: man sets
    • the Present. But instead of setting up abstract ideals, a man who
    • concrete ideal. This picture seems to tell him: Mankind is standing
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    • convey an idea of the significance of the subjects we are studying.
    • outcome simply of ideas and not to lead back to any one personality.
    • have ideals. Ideals, however, are usually abstract: man sets
    • the Present. But instead of setting up abstract ideals, a man who
    • concrete ideal. This picture seems to tell him: Mankind is standing
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    • within him some strong moral idea that this moral idea can become part
    • of his very temperament, character and blood, that the moral ideas and
    • cleverness and he longs to return to times when men had no ideas about
    • of culture develops it must abandon certain fundamental ideas if
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    • Egyptian epoch, all the ideas and thoughts of man, all the experiences
    • and ideas to be revealed to him directly out of the spiritual world.
    • his concepts and ideas from observations and, later on, from
    • and the capacity to form thoughts and ideas about external nature
    • Kritik der Sprache, which sets out to prove that the ideas men
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    • it was his constant ideal to make it so. His contemporaries had little
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    • The Idea of Metamorphosis and the Repeated Lives on Earth
    • idea of metamorphosis
    • achieved when he evolved the idea of metamorphosis? He had re-kindled
    • now said, my dear friends, you will grasp the idea of Spirit. I have
    • transformed. And then he conceived the idea that the bones, at least,
    • succeed in passing on from his idea of metamorphosis to real
    • perfected. The idea of plant-metamorphosis discovered by Goethe at the
    • the human being, and contemplation here leads on to the idea of
    • this idea of metamorphosis because, owing to his artistic nature,
    • idea of metamorphosis. Those who are masters of the living concept, in
    • feeling, it is impossible for his ideas to kindle inner enthusiasm,
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    • no means of so shaping their concepts and ideas that they could find
    • The idea of Faith was
    • dogmas, dogmas that could not be described as vision restated in ideas,
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    • ideals-in short, of all that surges up and down within our soul from
    • we form in accordance with our thoughts and ideals; it is enough to
    • feelings, sensations, impulses, passions, thoughts and ideals,
    • the human being, supply a prototypical idea for the way in which we
    • consciousness, we obtain, to begin with, an idea of how consciousness
    • do we acquire concepts and ideas in ordinary life? No one will deny
    • that the reason modern people form concepts and ideas is to gain
    • external world. Today, we designate as truth those concepts and ideas
    • soul-forces must be used. Our concepts, ideas, thought-pictures,
    • ideas, and even our feelings and sensations work in our soul in such
    • thought-images and pictures, ideas taken from the moral and
    • soul-spiritual being. Such ideas do not only belong to a world that
    • being that leads them unswervingly along the path of their ideals.
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    • ideals-in short, of all that surges up and down within our soul from
    • we form in accordance with our thoughts and ideals; it is enough to
    • feelings, sensations, impulses, passions, thoughts and ideals,
    • the human being, supply a prototypical idea for the way in which we
    • consciousness, we obtain, to begin with, an idea of how consciousness
    • do we acquire concepts and ideas in ordinary life? No one will deny
    • that the reason modern people form concepts and ideas is to gain
    • external world. Today, we designate as truth those concepts and ideas
    • soul-forces must be used. Our concepts, ideas, thought-pictures,
    • ideas, and even our feelings and sensations work in our soul in such
    • thought-images and pictures, ideas taken from the moral and
    • soul-spiritual being. Such ideas do not only belong to a world that
    • being that leads them unswervingly along the path of their ideals.
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    • is customary in modern science, if we observe how certain ideas which
    • instance, the idea of subsistence in connection with existence) have
    • Idealism”. Of course, at the present time we cannot agree
    • Idealism” should also be read by those who adopt an entirely
    • were, on the other hand. permeated by the idea that Nature could be
    • ideas, but psychological and historical facts.
    • for it shows us how the super-sensible contents of the Christ-idea
    • were gradually lost, so that finally nothing remained of this idea
    • continuation of medieval thinking, with the omission of the idea that
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    • is customary in modern science, if we observe how certain ideas which
    • instance, the idea of subsistence in connection with existence) have
    • Idealism”. Of course, at the present time we cannot agree
    • Idealism” should also be read by those who adopt an entirely
    • were, on the other hand. permeated by the idea that Nature could be
    • ideas, but psychological and historical facts.
    • for it shows us how the super-sensible contents of the Christ-idea
    • were gradually lost, so that finally nothing remained of this idea
    • continuation of medieval thinking, with the omission of the idea that
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    • is how things take their course. Idealism and spiritualism exist ...
    • which are given in the form of spiritual-scientific ideas, from out a
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    • is how things take their course. Idealism and spiritualism exist ...
    • which are given in the form of spiritual-scientific ideas, from out a
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    • even water and air do not give you an idea of Saturn's fundamental
    • idea of how these plant-bodies could be perceived. You must imagine
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    • even water and air do not give you an idea of Saturn's fundamental
    • idea of how these plant-bodies could be perceived. You must imagine
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    • our time, will find that this is quite an insane idea. Spiritual
    • Play, “The Souls' Probation”, can have an idea of how the
    • perceive outside the physical body, so that it can have an idea of
    • ideal of humanity in that human being who for three years bore within
    • above explanations can really give you, as it were, an idea of the
    • whole. Yet this idea merely indicates the essential point. The
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    • our time, will find that this is quite an insane idea. Spiritual
    • Play, “The Souls' Probation”, can have an idea of how the
    • perceive outside the physical body, so that it can have an idea of
    • ideal of humanity in that human being who for three years bore within
    • above explanations can really give you, as it were, an idea of the
    • whole. Yet this idea merely indicates the essential point. The
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    • has any traditional ideas of the being of man. Of the old insight
    • in the Folk-Wisdom from which Jacob Boehme derived his ideas? When
    • to abstract ideas which have no real content. Jacob Boehme gathered
    • succeeding centuries proceeded to build up an idea of the make-up of
    • astral nature, from the fluidic to the aeriform. The abstract ideas
    • time of Giordano Bruno, Jacob Boehme and Bacon of Verulam. Ideas had
    • We, however, find it possible to exist with such ideas. The majority
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    • has any traditional ideas of the being of man. Of the old insight
    • in the Folk-Wisdom from which Jacob Boehme derived his ideas? When
    • to abstract ideas which have no real content. Jacob Boehme gathered
    • succeeding centuries proceeded to build up an idea of the make-up of
    • astral nature, from the fluidic to the aeriform. The abstract ideas
    • time of Giordano Bruno, Jacob Boehme and Bacon of Verulam. Ideas had
    • We, however, find it possible to exist with such ideas. The majority
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    • with such antiquated ideas. Even our school-children have to
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    • with such antiquated ideas. Even our school-children have to
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    • ideas; on that account the Romans developed something that did not as
    • ideas of jurisprudence, the juridical concepts.
    • ideas, and the happier they are! Even in theology they do not wish to
    • ideas of human life.
    • spiritually. We cramp ourselves egoistically in ideas that come from
    • we do not think that it is really based on a moral idea, for it is
    • he has deserved it. This interpretation of the idea of Karma
    • experience. Freedom fully harmonizes with the idea of Karma ...
    • be connected with the idea of Karma. We should not adopt an easy
    • fatalistic idea when advancing the view of Karma as a fully justified
    • idea. Spiritual science should therefore be in full harmony also with
    • science can help mankind, and yet advance no social ideas at a time
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    • ideas; on that account the Romans developed something that did not as
    • ideas of jurisprudence, the juridical concepts.
    • ideas, and the happier they are! Even in theology they do not wish to
    • ideas of human life.
    • spiritually. We cramp ourselves egoistically in ideas that come from
    • we do not think that it is really based on a moral idea, for it is
    • he has deserved it. This interpretation of the idea of Karma
    • experience. Freedom fully harmonizes with the idea of Karma ...
    • be connected with the idea of Karma. We should not adopt an easy
    • fatalistic idea when advancing the view of Karma as a fully justified
    • idea. Spiritual science should therefore be in full harmony also with
    • science can help mankind, and yet advance no social ideas at a time
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    • is able to know and experience in the material world. To form an idea
    • qualities of soul. Instinctively, they regarded it as an ideal to
    • to move about on crutches instead of using their legs. Their ideal is
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    • is able to know and experience in the material world. To form an idea
    • qualities of soul. Instinctively, they regarded it as an ideal to
    • to move about on crutches instead of using their legs. Their ideal is
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    • (as it was then conceived), art, and religion. The ideal of the
    • ideal can be realized. But it is just the patient devotion to the
    • necessary for religious aims and religious ideals would also
    • drawn into the forms of thinking and ideation prevailing in various
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    • (as it was then conceived), art, and religion. The ideal of the
    • ideal can be realized. But it is just the patient devotion to the
    • necessary for religious aims and religious ideals would also
    • drawn into the forms of thinking and ideation prevailing in various
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    • most spiritual form, this spiritually conceived idea would give you
    • that they can weave into the world. We form ideas, we have feeling
    • grasp the idea that we get tired, in a wider sense than the usual
    • the slightest idea that whole Hierarchies of Gods are at work in
    • must gradually build up. You may have an idea of the soul's
    • slightest idea of this, who are, above all, NOT WILLING to have any
    • idea of it. This fact should not merely arouse in us discouraging and
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    • most spiritual form, this spiritually conceived idea would give you
    • that they can weave into the world. We form ideas, we have feeling
    • grasp the idea that we get tired, in a wider sense than the usual
    • the slightest idea that whole Hierarchies of Gods are at work in
    • must gradually build up. You may have an idea of the soul's
    • slightest idea of this, who are, above all, NOT WILLING to have any
    • idea of it. This fact should not merely arouse in us discouraging and
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    • will take hold of human hearts, when the ideas of “Kalevala”
    • permeated with modern anthroposophical ideas, so that it will once
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    • will take hold of human hearts, when the ideas of “Kalevala”
    • permeated with modern anthroposophical ideas, so that it will once
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    • him a spiritual world of which he had previously no idea.
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    • him a spiritual world of which he had previously no idea.
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    • between his continuing outer life and the ideal life and knowledge
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    • between his continuing outer life and the ideal life and knowledge
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    • fill mankind from childhood with materialistic ideas. This materialistic
    • people read but one paper, and believe what they see there. Their ideas
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    • fill mankind from childhood with materialistic ideas. This materialistic
    • people read but one paper, and believe what they see there. Their ideas
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    • experience you often have if one or another idea or impression has,
    • the ideas of education.
    • the first thing that happens in this process of acquiring ideas is
    • perception, but to have an idea, a mental image, you need the etheric
    • necessary for the retaining of ideas, so little that it hardly need
    • of forming an idea of this participation is to get to know a fact
    • It is the forgotten ideas! That is the great blessing of forgetting!
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    • world. So that however pious a doctor is and however many ideas he
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    • his surroundings vastly increased, you get an idea of how the man of
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    • investigate the causes because they have no idea of the spiritual
    • this is only roughly speaking. A rough idea is sufficient for a
    • spiritual science is not a collection of abstract ideas for those
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    • man, with his materialistic mode of thought, laughs at the idea that
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    • instrument of our life of concepts and ideas is inherited externally
    • order to get at least some idea of it today — we shall return
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    • course of ages. All this gives you an idea of how external conditions
    • to acknowledge this as an acceptable idea? He united himself with the
    • And whilst it could not take root over in the East where the idea of
    • itself as the idea of a personal God, which Jehovah is and which
    • we see it meeting with understanding, when envisaged as the idea of a
    • evolution and that of the East. A remarkable idea emerged there which
    • were in the idea of the ‘One God’. The Ongod would be
    • according to this way of thinking the idea of a personal God was
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    • and hold one idea before you, and you will soon notice the difference
    • to who is the thief. The ideas you put together have nothing to do
    • vehicle. And now transfer this idea to human evolution. During the
    • what man sees before him as a great and wonderful ideal in the far
    • we are able to do this we shall acquire great ideals which, although
    • progressed to the point where they have the following ideal: “When
    • we have placed before us as our ideal those whom we call the masters
    • something new may arise. This is the tremendous idea of progress,
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    • contacts between death and rebirth. Rejection of spiritual ideas in
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    • founded a religious Order in the West. Before the idea of
    • such circumstances, if we are not stony-hearted, the idea may occur
    • to us that we must make reparation. When this idea comes to us it is
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    • realise that as a human being never fulfils his ideal value, his ‘I’
    • Mystery of Golgotha is a great ideal, the ideal of supremely
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    • ideas about the members of man's constitution or about what can come
    • ideas, we can bring them to him after death in the way described.
    • connected with the astral body. It is not so easy to convey an idea
    • surface of a sea without the faintest idea of what is down below on
    • from what it now is, because you have no idea of what might
    • thing were said it would imply ignorance of the fact that the idea of
    • possibilities; this may not be in the form of definite ideas but of
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    • very simply, although people who are not accustomed to these ideas
    • inscribed symbols here and there to represent their idea of the
    • You can form an idea of this experience by picturing
    • with it. You then form an idea of the rose. It was in this way that
    • and ideas; after death they are living forces! But this applies to
    • spiritual ideas we acquire are life-giving forces. But a man cannot
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    • sound natural scientific principles, to formulate ideas and concepts
    • have the capacity to deepen and develop the ideas spiritually, in
    • culminating in death. But you can have some idea of it if you reflect
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    • much, much deeper! How can we form an idea of this real ‘I’,
    • We can form a valid idea if we say to ourselves: the ‘I’
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    • standpoint. Admittedly, we come across idealists, materialists and
    • appropriate either for materialism or idealism, The world does not
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    • feelings and ideas are different; consciousness during sleep has
    • achieve. We must work not only according to the concepts and ideas of
    • everyday existence but with cosmological ideas. Hence it is not a
    • derived from earthly ideals but from the vista of the entire span of
    • life, not concepts and ideas only. But the concepts of
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    • contacts between death and rebirth. Rejection of spiritual ideas in
    • Earth was unresponsive and antagonistic to all thoughts and ideas
    • into the spiritual life no relevant ideas and concepts, we shall pass
    • have been receptive or antagonistic in our souls to concepts or ideas
    • receive their forces, the ideas and concepts which are the light
    • during the present cycle of time has rejected all spiritual ideas,
    • deliberately refused to concern themselves with ideas and concepts
    • to be taught any ideas about religion for that would be against
    • nature. If children are allowed to grow up without having any ideas
    • themselves arrive at ideas of God, immortality, and so forth. The
    • inference to be drawn from this is that such ideas are unnatural to
    • against children being taught any ideas about religion would
    • cleric cannot propagate his ideas by means of his logic, for both he
    • idea, assuming one can get hold of it, cancels itself out.
    • the acceptance of certain concepts and ideas needed by man for his
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    • soul, it will be easy for you to form an idea of what remains of
    • idea of how little of what the sense-impressions have conveyed is
    • this is an ideal to which the thought-life can be devoted; in the
    • region only if it has acquired religious ideas in earthly life; it
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    • soul. The emergence of the Grail-Idea. The re-emergence of the
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    • thought and ideas were made at the beginning of our era, and Western
    • But the thoughts, the ideas themselves, through which these advances
    • those of which the modern world is so proud, including the idea of
    • intellectual laying hold of the world, a life of ideas, had reached a
    • the realm of ideas, and on the other hand the secrets bound up with
    • ideas it had gained to bear on this one purpose. And it is most
    • the ideas that sprang from their thinking, and then one comes to the
    • while steeping oneself in that past world of ideas, of anything told
    • says to oneself: Yes, as this thinking flowers into idea, with Plato
    • you are there in the Graeco-Roman world of ideas, with all that Plato
    • One can get a clear idea of what is meant by this
    • says: “Now at last we have grown up; we have acquired the ideas
    • your ideas of evolution and energy, but this is because your thinking
    • And in this Gnosis, with its complicated ideas, so unsympathetic to
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    • centuries: the advent of the Grail idea, concerning which we shall
    • were the ideas with which they sought to place the Son of God in the
    • can be had from the concepts and ideas of the Gnostics. And this is
    • bodily form. They formed the idea that it was only a phantom body —
    • their ideas were inadequate, powerless in face of what had actually
    • mankind. Only someone dominated by present day rationalistic ideas
    • centuries the ideas of all classes of people were influenced much
    • than they would be in our time, when concepts and ideas are more to
    • Not as ideas that had been worked out, somewhat as the ideas of Plato
    • than there are today — had ideas about the interconnections of
    • and Aristotle: a world of ideas which could be called the most
    • concepts and ideas which came naturally to the Greek philosopher,
    • about the Christ Impulse: their concepts and ideas have turned out to
    • things. But in the chaotic ideas of an early return there was the
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    • it is, for in relation to a certain fact the concepts and ideas which
    • feeling, or there would have been people plagued with fleeting ideas
    • spring. A deep wisdom resides in this idea of Apollo going north. The
    • not politically united, but they had an ideal unity through the god
    • grasp that which could not be grasped by the thoughts and ideas of
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    • at the end of the lectures.)] I had no idea what to
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    • of laws and associations of ideas and subconscious images. In spite
    • research is not the outcome of ideas that have been put together, as
    • might be supposed. For these ideas are like messengers leading to the
    • mathematical ideas and proofs, for example, are created by the soul
    • super-sensible, in ideas as well as in things, in the kingdoms of
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    • being soon sees that all the life of ideas playing part in the
    • of ideas. This alone should make those pause who, starting from
    • instincts, desires and ideas, in their pulsating soul life, arises when
    • out that in elucidating a dream we cannot reckon with the ordinary idea
    • of time. The same idea of time expressed when looking back on our
    • von Hartmann, we find them starting from the idea that when man views
    • soul can now be translated into ordinary ideas.
    • Cursing in secret such ideas;
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    • being soon sees that all the life of ideas playing part in the
    • of ideas. This alone should make those pause who, starting from
    • instincts, desires and ideas, in their pulsating soul life, arises when
    • out that in elucidating a dream we cannot reckon with the ordinary idea
    • of time. The same idea of time expressed when looking back on our
    • von Hartmann, we find them starting from the idea that when man views
    • soul can now be translated into ordinary ideas.
    • Cursing in secret such ideas;
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    • curious ideas about the great philosophical figures of Thales,
    • instance, to create validity for the idea of God; — for one did not
    • must be found for the idea that what is created inwardly also exists
    • wonderful ideal-edifice. But the question arises: Now is that all
    • the presentation of the idea in Anthroposophy to the grasping of
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    • curious ideas about the great philosophical figures of Thales,
    • instance, to create validity for the idea of God; — for one did not
    • must be found for the idea that what is created inwardly also exists
    • wonderful ideal-edifice. But the question arises: Now is that all
    • the presentation of the idea in Anthroposophy to the grasping of
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    • from this picture have led merely to the idea that there are no
    • past. These indications give some idea of the individuality, the
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    • from this picture have led merely to the idea that there are no
    • past. These indications give some idea of the individuality, the
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    • being with the aid of certain definite ideas and considerations; I
    • shall indicate a few of these ideas, in order to show the
    • reality. Astronomy has maintained the accepted ideas of a former
    • Folk-Souls and then we shall have an idea of what they are really
    • These kinds of thoughts, these kinds of concrete ideas,
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    • being with the aid of certain definite ideas and considerations; I
    • shall indicate a few of these ideas, in order to show the
    • reality. Astronomy has maintained the accepted ideas of a former
    • Folk-Souls and then we shall have an idea of what they are really
    • These kinds of thoughts, these kinds of concrete ideas,
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    • protein in the brain rises to the level of ideas. Human knowledge
    • infringement on the idea of human freedom.
    • in a deep and lasting way the entire direction of idea formation! The
    • has developed out of human conceptions, out of human ideas. Whoever
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    • and ideas that are concerned with super-sensible matters. It is
    • with these mental images, with these ideas.
    • consciousness after death. This curious idea is even spread around in
    • seek to unite human beings in a certain sense under such ideas?
    • ideas and concepts, we gain for ourselves the wisdom we need in order
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    • thoughts and ideas supplied by spiritual science. Thus they learn
    • the case of a modern man who cannot take up ideas concerning the
    • spiritual world from spiritual science. If he takes up these ideas,
    • spiritual ideas we take up before death change into faculties after
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    • thoughts and ideas supplied by spiritual science. Thus they learn
    • the case of a modern man who cannot take up ideas concerning the
    • spiritual world from spiritual science. If he takes up these ideas,
    • spiritual ideas we take up before death change into faculties after
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    • our spiritual-scientific endeavour to form concrete ideas of how we,
    • named it differently. To gain clear and living ideas of these
    • clear on this. Every thought, every idea, every feeling we develop
    • way the educational ideas which are propounded in any given age by
    • but the true educationists — you will soon see how these ideas
    • ideas of life. To modern feeling, full of prejudice as it is, this
    • the less it is true. Our views and ideas, originating as they do in
    • of people's ideas would constantly be broken.
    • bring forward, as views or ideas, his own personal opinions —
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    • our spiritual-scientific endeavour to form concrete ideas of how we,
    • named it differently. To gain clear and living ideas of these
    • clear on this. Every thought, every idea, every feeling we develop
    • way the educational ideas which are propounded in any given age by
    • but the true educationists — you will soon see how these ideas
    • ideas of life. To modern feeling, full of prejudice as it is, this
    • the less it is true. Our views and ideas, originating as they do in
    • of people's ideas would constantly be broken.
    • bring forward, as views or ideas, his own personal opinions —
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    • mental images, the ability to make his ideas and thoughts so mobile
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    • mental images, the ability to make his ideas and thoughts so mobile
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    • conversation and exchange of ideas. One took it for granted that a
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    • conversation and exchange of ideas. One took it for granted that a
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    • spiritually conceived idea would give you the place where the
    • form ideas, we have feeling experiences; the Gods take them up and
    • for our whole life. Let us, however, grasp the idea that we get
    • materialism, we generally have not the slightest idea that whole
    • must gradually build up. You may have an idea of the soul's
    • not the slightest idea of this, who are, above all, not willing to
    • have any idea of it. This fact should not merely arouse in us
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    • spiritually conceived idea would give you the place where the
    • form ideas, we have feeling experiences; the Gods take them up and
    • for our whole life. Let us, however, grasp the idea that we get
    • materialism, we generally have not the slightest idea that whole
    • must gradually build up. You may have an idea of the soul's
    • not the slightest idea of this, who are, above all, not willing to
    • have any idea of it. This fact should not merely arouse in us
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    • reality, the concepts, the percepts and ideas which we form
    • because their ideas have become stiff and dead, through the fact that
    • places before us, in its entirety, the greatness of the idea that in
    • about it. You can form a conceptual idea of the colour. But it is
    • arising of the idea connected with the colour blue. Thus, we see
    • in our conceptual ideas, by including in it, in the first place, what
    • adopt the idea that the world after death is like a fine, thin
    • repetition of the physical world here — an idea which is often
    • our souls, conceptual ideas like these, we notice not only that we
    • is in the spiritual world with the same concepts and ideas which we
    • conceptual ideas such as these, I believe, that we shall be able
    • person of the present day forms his ideas, his conceptions of the
    • world, he thinks that these are the universally-accepted human ideas
    • conceptual ideas; to this life of impressions and conceptual ideas
    • where the idea of Truth is concerned. Compare for yourselves, for
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    • reality, the concepts, the percepts and ideas which we form
    • because their ideas have become stiff and dead, through the fact that
    • places before us, in its entirety, the greatness of the idea that in
    • about it. You can form a conceptual idea of the colour. But it is
    • arising of the idea connected with the colour blue. Thus, we see
    • in our conceptual ideas, by including in it, in the first place, what
    • adopt the idea that the world after death is like a fine, thin
    • repetition of the physical world here — an idea which is often
    • our souls, conceptual ideas like these, we notice not only that we
    • is in the spiritual world with the same concepts and ideas which we
    • conceptual ideas such as these, I believe, that we shall be able
    • person of the present day forms his ideas, his conceptions of the
    • world, he thinks that these are the universally-accepted human ideas
    • conceptual ideas; to this life of impressions and conceptual ideas
    • where the idea of Truth is concerned. Compare for yourselves, for
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    • times, a feeling arose in a man, or some idea came to him, the force
    • of this feeling or idea spread quickly into the astral and etheric
    • ideas, concepts and feelings of the spiritual world as we are now
    • really ugly according to the Greek ideal of beauty. And the more
    • deeply he acquaints himself with spiritual ideas, the more will his
    • us that they are the expression of ideas and concepts from the
    • ideas and concepts have been so firmly drilled into them that it is a
    • sheer impossibility for them to take in a single new idea or concept.
    • body can always absorb new ideas, because it is elastic; an etheric
    • spiritual concepts and ideas that can make it possible for a man to
    • lignifies can absorb only few new ideas and concepts, because it
    • of spiritual ideas and concepts.
    • as a child possesses the faculty of ideation. But the highest
    • to appear before us as an Ideal, a model of what man should be. What
    • human Ideal of earthly evolution, would not be able to make it
    • could an Ideal of earth-evolution stand before us. And for how long
    • physical body. The Ideal of man's mission on the earth can therefore
    • This Ideal is the Christ-Ideal;
    • what has here been described. The human Ideal was once actually
    • with his “Son of God” and to fulfil his earthly Ideal, to
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    • times, a feeling arose in a man, or some idea came to him, the force
    • of this feeling or idea spread quickly into the astral and etheric
    • ideas, concepts and feelings of the spiritual world as we are now
    • really ugly according to the Greek ideal of beauty. And the more
    • deeply he acquaints himself with spiritual ideas, the more will his
    • us that they are the expression of ideas and concepts from the
    • ideas and concepts have been so firmly drilled into them that it is a
    • sheer impossibility for them to take in a single new idea or concept.
    • body can always absorb new ideas, because it is elastic; an etheric
    • spiritual concepts and ideas that can make it possible for a man to
    • lignifies can absorb only few new ideas and concepts, because it
    • of spiritual ideas and concepts.
    • as a child possesses the faculty of ideation. But the highest
    • to appear before us as an Ideal, a model of what man should be. What
    • human Ideal of earthly evolution, would not be able to make it
    • could an Ideal of earth-evolution stand before us. And for how long
    • physical body. The Ideal of man's mission on the earth can therefore
    • This Ideal is the Christ-Ideal;
    • what has here been described. The human Ideal was once actually
    • with his “Son of God” and to fulfil his earthly Ideal, to
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    • in our moral ideals in the intellectual soul or soul of higher
    • because there are the operations within of moral ideals. Ego of
    • locality. Idea of ever revolving wheel in evolution is wrong (c.f.
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    • we wish to form an idea of a real being? A characteristic example of
    • Try to form an idea of beings, working around our earth,
    • idea of what are called Nation-spirits, the directing Folk-spirits of
    • lectures) form an idea of how all this is inspired by these spiritual
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    • idea, picture to yourselves the human etheric body embedded in the
    • with a few ideas, are very much mistaken.
    • The man who, with a few superficial ideas, ascends into
    • We must accustom ourselves to quite different ideas. Man
    • is accustomed to apply his own ideas to the whole universe. He is
    • through intuition the ideas which go forth into the world as the
    • ideas of the age, which then influence man in his development,
    • definite form of ideas. Hence it comes about that man is not only
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    • You may nevertheless form an idea of it if you will patiently follow
    • call our moral ideals come to us. There would be no moral ideals if
    • hearts would never be able to glow with enthusiasm for an ideal which
    • ideals into our sentient-soul from outside, but we must let them pour
    • ideals and so on, are present in the intellectual-soul or mind-soul,
    • what we carry into our moral consciousness are ideals, moral,
    • aesthetic, ideal thoughts. just as the outlook of man is closed as it
    • like the sudden ideas that flash into our consciousness. He is also
    • a confused idea of it, but one that is elastic; we must not confuse
    • nation, but we speak of a Germanic race. Now what acts in the idea of
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    • of evolution we can reasonably speak of the idea of race. There could
    • without beginning or end; the idea of the revolving wheel (which is
    • really no idea that everything is in a state of evolution, and that
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    • comprehensive, through these ideas of karma and reincarnation.
    • Now if you wish to form an idea of how the Spirits of
    • out of the collective womb of the universe, we get an idea of what
    • form an approximate idea of that, you may think of it as being
    • You will obtain an idea of the mission of the Sun
    • for our earth-ideal, in so far as we remember the past of the earth.
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    • You will therefore only be able to form a complete idea
    • in which a comprehensive idea was given of the heavenly part of the
    • obtain an idea of the abnormal Spirits of Form, and of how they act
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    • Monotheism, considered alone, can only represent a final ideal, but
    • other hand an idealistic people is one which gives the Spirit of the
    • Age a shade which is in the direction of Idealism.
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    • far-reaching fundamental kernel of mythological ideas extends over
    • because — on account of certain preconceived ideas, (to, speak
    • form an idea of what this difference consisted in we must realize
    • I only wanted to-day to give an idea of how the Northern
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    • again.’ In other words, the great idea which originates in the
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    • have been impossible for a Hegel to have looked upon his ideas as
    • architects of the world. Hegel's world of ideas is the final,
    • merely as the other side of idea. Take this on-working impulse, and
    • one great, all-embracing idea, which is at the same time an
    • the astrally-spiritual. Hence the ideas of an immense number of
    • the idea of Christ in His twofold nature comprehensible; they do not
    • Christian conception of the State which hovers as a great ideal
    • before Solovioff as a dream of the future, that Christian idea of the
    • of a Christian community in which the Christ-idea is still a future
    • Augustine, who accepted, it is true, the Christ-idea, but constructed
    • Christ into the idea of the State given him by the Roman State. The
    • by the Christ-idea, — the Christ-idea which shines forth to us
    • say, — whereby the ideas of Father and Mother lose their
    • also show that we must form our ideals from such knowledge. We shall
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    • lectures, was the idea that something is contained in the Germanic
    • anthroposophical thought and feeling and of anthroposophical ideals.
    • make the firm resolution and hold the high ideal, — each one
    • and our thinking, and in our anthroposophical idea. The more we live
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    • embraced by her ...” The ideas are woven together so wonderfully that the hymn
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    • embraced by her ...” The ideas are woven together so wonderfully that the hymn
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    • Ideals and assured reality. Souls after death and their
    • ideals in earthly life. Christian Morgenstern and the impulse
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    • ideals” — to make us feel the need for assurance, since
    • higher sense, our ideals belong to those things that are more
    • important to our souls than external reality. It is our ideals which
    • realization of our ideals?
    • their ideals, although it is precisely on this that they would like
    • cherished ideals. For we cannot conclude from the course of evolution
    • that our ideals in life will prove to be the seeds of a future
    • widest scale. But if we consider our ideals, we may indeed cherish
    • we should like our ideals to be the seeds of a later future, but we
    • idealism, are often in a state of despair.
    • ideals, with ideals born from the fire and light of their hearts.
    • past Earth-life, and interwoven with it is the world of ideals. This
    • world of ideals can come before a man after death in such a way that
    • ideals, which have fired and illumined my inmost heart, have been my
    • the dead man feels himself magnetically attracted to these ideals of
    • the purest idealism and had already undergone a mystical deepening,
    • realization of our spiritual ideals, worked down out of the spiritual
    • though our ideals might have something strange about them. We feel in
    • regard to our ideals that they really do not bear us forward to the
    • powerful influence over our ideals because they flow in such beauty
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    • forgiveness of sins through Christ?” and yet the idea of the
    • world of concepts and ideas. It is because materialistically minded
    • idea of the fact that Christ belongs to another kingdom, where a
    • malefactor on the right received a dim idea of a super-sensible
    • realize that Christianity is in full accord with the idea of Karma.
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    • earthly life this may be all an ideal, but the anthroposophist may at
    • least look up to such an ideal.
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    • “We were studying and living with the principles and ideas of
    • wonderful and inner ideal called Brotherhood [Although
    • spearhead of its movement, as the most important of its ideals. With
    • to give about the idea of peace, the following; the principle of the
    • who has an ideal spiritual power but a weak body or the one who has
    • what I have said in my lecture about the idea of peace. Even natural
    • in Animal and Man.” Among the ideas, which today are being put
    • abstract; morality and justice, ideas about the state, and different
    • from everything that people regard as ideal.
    • there was a harmony between what people felt as their ideals and what
    • they really did and if it was ever shown that one can be an idealist
    • Brother/Sisterhoods out of the spirit, out of the highest ideals of
    • work, to replace fighting and war by the search for ideals. One
    • only be an ideal but such an ideal must be present, introduced into
    • impractical idealists, but before long one will see that they will be
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    • “We were studying and living with the principles and ideas of
    • wonderful and inner ideal called Brotherhood [Although
    • spearhead of its movement, as the most important of its ideals. With
    • to give about the idea of peace, the following; the principle of the
    • who has an ideal spiritual power but a weak body or the one who has
    • what I have said in my lecture about the idea of peace. Even natural
    • in Animal and Man.” Among the ideas, which today are being put
    • abstract; morality and justice, ideas about the state, and different
    • from everything that people regard as ideal.
    • there was a harmony between what people felt as their ideals and what
    • they really did and if it was ever shown that one can be an idealist
    • Brother/Sisterhoods out of the spirit, out of the highest ideals of
    • work, to replace fighting and war by the search for ideals. One
    • only be an ideal but such an ideal must be present, introduced into
    • impractical idealists, but before long one will see that they will be
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    • This, then, is the idea we find present in the minds and
    • bring into it ideas and impulses we have collected from all comers of
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    • according to the ideas prevailing in those times had reached the
    • the outcome of a sudden idea of one man but of a world-historical
    • lent tremendous weight to the idea that man has only the external
    • marvellous edifice of ideas we have a theory of evolution from the
    • “The idea of this Threefoldness is not new. It was
    • this, to get the idea out of his head, so unambiguous is it and such
    • this to get the idea out of his head, so unambiguous is it and
    • and ideas in practical institutions — but what did cause me
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    • not overlook the fact that this idea cannot be the fruit of
    • his idea of Anthroposophy is confined to statements which clearly
    • his bringing the spiritual contents of ideas into the sense-world
    • the world, and that only in certain places is it mentioned that ideas
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    • an idea of what they think it says, and then attack this idea.
    • idea formed of him. The following example is particularly
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    • as spiritual sciences, resolve the spirit into abstract ideas.
    • was urged to enter the Theosophical Society. At no time had I any idea,
    • our conceptions and ideas. But these images are only inner
    • the present time; in relation to customary ideas, it is as fantastic as
    • being.” And one who wishes to comprehend God with one idea, does
    • not know that all possible ideas cannot comprehend God, because all
    • ideas are in God. But the recognition of God as a being who has
    • that the ideas of spiritual science are pictured by means of symbols or
    • in the Dornach building, to express the ideas of spiritual science
    • that nowhere have ideas, symbolism or the mysterious been elaborated,
    • said. It is difficult for people in general to reconcile ideas which
    • they have once formed with ideas to which they are unaccustomed. Such
    • unaccustomed ideas need not even contradict those already entertained,
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    • words: “I have the idea that in the creation of their works of
    • years ago the idea occurred that it would be advantageous to have a
    • actual course of time. The idea was that Easter should be fixed
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    • words: “I have the idea that in the creation of their works of
    • years ago the idea occurred that it would be advantageous to have a
    • actual course of time. The idea was that Easter should be fixed
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    • exigirse internamente, debe elaborar sus ideas a fuerza de volutad
    • pronunciar las palabras hermosas: "Tengo la idea de que en la
    • mí. Yo participo de las ideas que en realidad están pensando
    • Gólgota — en el siglo cuarto, sin embargo, la idea se
    • ha unido con la Tierra, debe enlazar sus ideas con este Ser con el fin
    • ocurrió la idea de que sería ventajoso tener una fecha de
    • real del tiempo. La idea era que la Pascua debía ser fijada de
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    • exigirse internamente, debe elaborar sus ideas a fuerza de volutad
    • pronunciar las palabras hermosas: "Tengo la idea de que en la
    • mí. Yo participo de las ideas que en realidad están pensando
    • Gólgota — en el siglo cuarto, sin embargo, la idea se
    • ha unido con la Tierra, debe enlazar sus ideas con este Ser con el fin
    • ocurrió la idea de que sería ventajoso tener una fecha de
    • real del tiempo. La idea era que la Pascua debía ser fijada de
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    • knowing it, does not admire the mighty idea expressed more
    • reproductions have given us an impression of the idea of the picture
    • through the idea which had just been expressed with difficulty, but
    • wanted to own something of his. First he would form an idea of what
    • Jesus. Then, as if of itself, the idea comes into one's mind:
    • science new ideas and new conceptions were formed, but where it has
    • the ideas of natural science live within us and have educated our
    • become mature because the ideals of natural science have really not
    • yet been solved. Leonardo had most wonderful ideas, of which, in many
    • idea that this soul has still to carry out something in a
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    • knowing it, does not admire the mighty idea expressed more
    • reproductions have given us an impression of the idea of the picture
    • through the idea which had just been expressed with difficulty, but
    • wanted to own something of his. First he would form an idea of what
    • Jesus. Then, as if of itself, the idea comes into one's mind:
    • science new ideas and new conceptions were formed, but where it has
    • the ideas of natural science live within us and have educated our
    • become mature because the ideals of natural science have really not
    • yet been solved. Leonardo had most wonderful ideas, of which, in many
    • idea that this soul has still to carry out something in a
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    • grandson, etc., but this idea would appear to you nonsensical, if
    • idea evokes the will. Without this interaction man would be very
    • insecure. With the Chela, will, idea, and feeling are torn asunder,
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    • grandson, etc., but this idea would appear to you nonsensical, if
    • idea evokes the will. Without this interaction man would be very
    • insecure. With the Chela, will, idea, and feeling are torn asunder,
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    • idea of the group souls.
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    • idea of the group souls.
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    • the fading of our thoughts and ideas, our feelings and the impulses
    • processes of our soul — our life of ideas, of feeling and of
    • of our ideas, feeling, and will. We know quite well that if we give
    • the conscious ideas and so on sink into indeterminate darkness —
    • ideas, is something like a springtime experience in which we see what
    • life in this way, we give up the idea of comparing this sprouting
    • can follow consciously at the moment of waking how his ideas and all
    • rising of our ideas on waking in the morning, autumn conditions had
    • connected with our ideas, with our thoughts. This is a very
    • all the details of the ideas which came into my mind, so that I can
    • have faded, severed themselves from the idea, and sunk into
    • ideas from the deep strata of our soul life, but — apart from
    • the bare ideas. Is it entirely lost? Does it lapse into nothingness?
    • feeling experiences separated from the ideas which could only be
    • only of the ideas he has had, which can be recalled again and again,
    • richer in ideas, and riper with respect to the impulses of our will.
    • becomes increasingly mature; the whole of our feelings, ideas, and so
    • the brain is destroyed by the life of ideas. But whereas the brain
    • ideas, so we now understand the necessity of death for the life of
    • of ideas lays waste in man is repaired by sleep. What is destroyed by
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    • the fading of our thoughts and ideas, our feelings and the impulses
    • processes of our soul — our life of ideas, of feeling and of
    • of our ideas, feeling, and will. We know quite well that if we give
    • the conscious ideas and so on sink into indeterminate darkness —
    • ideas, is something like a springtime experience in which we see what
    • life in this way, we give up the idea of comparing this sprouting
    • can follow consciously at the moment of waking how his ideas and all
    • rising of our ideas on waking in the morning, autumn conditions had
    • connected with our ideas, with our thoughts. This is a very
    • all the details of the ideas which came into my mind, so that I can
    • have faded, severed themselves from the idea, and sunk into
    • ideas from the deep strata of our soul life, but — apart from
    • the bare ideas. Is it entirely lost? Does it lapse into nothingness?
    • feeling experiences separated from the ideas which could only be
    • only of the ideas he has had, which can be recalled again and again,
    • richer in ideas, and riper with respect to the impulses of our will.
    • becomes increasingly mature; the whole of our feelings, ideas, and so
    • the brain is destroyed by the life of ideas. But whereas the brain
    • ideas, so we now understand the necessity of death for the life of
    • of ideas lays waste in man is repaired by sleep. What is destroyed by
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of the Animal World in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • already somewhat difficult from the point of view of the ideas ruling
    • But in contradiction to this idea many philosophers of recent time have
    • surroundings. We see that Lamarck's idea is the following: We
    • reconcile the origin of the organic or animal world with this idea.
    • based on the following idea. (The following lectures will draw your
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    • already somewhat difficult from the point of view of the ideas ruling
    • But in contradiction to this idea many philosophers of recent time have
    • surroundings. We see that Lamarck's idea is the following: We
    • reconcile the origin of the organic or animal world with this idea.
    • based on the following idea. (The following lectures will draw your
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    • science. — Now if we accept the ideas and concepts which are
    • into the basic ideas and forms which are to be found in the
    • just a matter of realism or idealism as we use those clichés:
    • during which sculpture rested, there appeared the Christian ideal: an
    • was merely the first expression of his ideas, his feelings; as he
    • artistic idea into the same world in which we live, helped him to
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    • science. — Now if we accept the ideas and concepts which are
    • into the basic ideas and forms which are to be found in the
    • just a matter of realism or idealism as we use those clichés:
    • during which sculpture rested, there appeared the Christian ideal: an
    • was merely the first expression of his ideas, his feelings; as he
    • artistic idea into the same world in which we live, helped him to
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    • ideas. The saying “a healthy soul in a healthy body.”
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    • To get a clearer idea of
    • etheric world. All ideas we have developed relating to physical
    • ideas of the ancient founders of religions. But humanity must come of
    • through our modern spiritual science, through the concepts, ideas,
    • ideas gave something to human souls that awakened them spiritually
    • stage, we have now reached an advanced stage and can form ideas about
    • of our spiritual science is to develop clear ideas. Spiritual science
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    • idea, and also the thanks accorded to everyone who endeavors to do
    • right kind of ideas about the spiritual world itself but also with
    • no choice but to try and make sense of these ideas on the basis of
    • the thoughts, concepts, and ideas to do this. He tries to penetrate
    • what he is told with his ideas, which, of course, originated on quite
    • ideas that we did not have before we encountered spiritual science
    • We have always tried to enlarge our concepts and ideas so that we can
    • with ideas and concepts tied to our nervous system, to our brain.
    • examples I wanted to present two ideas. The first is that spiritual
    • artistic work. The other idea demonstrates the inner wisdom of the
    • better understand the thoughts and ideas necessary for real access to
    • concepts, new ideas, sentiments, and attitudes for a true
    • concepts and ideas learned from us but instead only those that can be
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Three: Awakening Spiritual Thoughts
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    • an idea of what people in our century will have to know about the
    • with only materialistic ideas, and then to work from the spiritual
    • ideas with us into the spiritual world when we fall asleep. As soon
    • nourishment from the ideas and the unconscious emotions that we here
    • filled only with materialistic feelings and ideas and also take them
    • into sleep, and others who are wholly filled with spiritual ideas
    • ourselves with the ideas of spiritual science. And we turn ourselves
    • ideas and attitudes into sleep.
    • not cultivate such thoughts, the dead are deprived of them. Ideas
    • souls in such a way that the dead cannot perceive them. These ideas,
    • thoughts, ideas, and feelings that do not relate to the physical
    • finds it much easier to develop ideas about the spiritual world from
    • has ideas concerning the sense world as well as all kinds of
    • that we need ideas reaching beyond the life of the senses if we
    • in only ideas related to the sensory realm and those who allow their
    • religious founders was to offer people ideas about the super-sensible
    • crippled. The founders of our religions provided ideas that met the
    • confused state. At that point a leader appeared, bringing true ideas
    • of departure. We must try to immerse ourselves in these ideas so that
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Four: The Presence of the Dead in our Life
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    • above all, by looking at new ideas and concepts we will need if we
    • contrast to the ideas we use in the physical world.
    • If you express an idea on
    • particularly bothered by it. You have prepared your ideas and present
    • with abstract ideas.
    • we have certain ideals and think about them abstractly. As we think
    • of them, we feel obligated to pursue these ideals. In the clairvoyant
    • sphere, however, there are no abstract ideals. There ideals are
    • may have ideals, know them well, and yet we may not do anything to
    • them. However, if we knowingly ignore an ideal in the clairvoyant
    • spiritual world, ignoring an ideal is thus a reality, and a being of
    • develop a real feeling for ideals is one way of entering the world of
    • lazy to act on our ideals. However, we can learn to feel that if we
    • do not act on an ideal, then, regardless of other consequences, the
    • our ideal. We are on the way to the hierarchy of angels when we begin
    • to see that not acting on our ideals is something real, and when we
    • anthroposophical thoughts and ideas.
    • At first glance, the idea
    • ideas, and actions, becomes a memory as soon as we enter the higher
    • them without preconceived ideas. People may object that we cannot
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    • through ideas we develop in our soul, but as researchers of the
    • attentiveness in everyday life we mean not allowing our ideas and
    • think and form ideas from its physical tools, namely, the nervous
    • forming of ideas, fully aware that we are outside the nervous system
    • exchange ideas. The opposite happens in the spiritual experience I
    • imagine someone has the task to develop certain ideas here on earth.
    • intelligent ideas the dead individual wants to produce emerge in the
    • penetrate the living person, ideas are stimulated. Thus, the dead can
    • experience these ideas, something they could not do on their own.
    • this communication and stimulation of ideas is possible only if our
    • entities, mere ideas reflecting external things. When thinking
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Six: Faith and Knowledge
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    • ideas. The saying “a healthy soul in a healthy body.”
    • would like to discuss some guiding ideas out of spiritual impulses,
    • ideas that continue in a more esoteric way what we spoke about more
    • Those individuals conveyed ideas of the spiritual world, which we can
    • Spiritual ideas had to be poured into people's souls.
    • our religions provided ideas they had received from the spiritual
    • our next incarnation. Enthusiasm for other ideals, all clearly
    • comparison with the foundations of spiritual science, these ideals
    • These ideas were transformed into a true, spiritual light that
    • life on earth to assimilate thoughts and ideas that are fruitful for
    • ideas, myths, and fairy tales gave souls light for the spiritual
    • are young and can still do so. People who cannot live with ideas that
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Seven: Robert Hamerling: Poet and Thinker
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    • struggle through many things that frustrate our ideals in life.
    • an idea of how Hamerling's lyrical poetry is alive with everything
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    • to recognize this inner kernel of being, or to look upon the idea of
    • ideas, even all concepts of what we designate as moral ideals, and so
    • force in the life of sensations, ideas, and the nervous system;
    • sensations and feelings and in the images of his life of ideas.
    • shifting images and ideas; in this way a chaos of images would come
    • sensation to sensation, from image to image, from idea to idea.
    • and how the blood is the restrainer of this life of ideas. What
    • passes to another one; such a person cannot hold himself to an idea,
    • from idea to idea; he shows a fickle disposition. That can be
    • thoughts and ideas begin to be enduring; the person becomes gloomy,
    • solved by setting up abstract ideas and concepts. The general human
    • not to be solved by this setting up of abstract ideas and concepts;
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    • to recognize this inner kernel of being, or to look upon the idea of
    • ideas, even all concepts of what we designate as moral ideals, and so
    • force in the life of sensations, ideas, and the nervous system;
    • sensations and feelings and in the images of his life of ideas.
    • shifting images and ideas; in this way a chaos of images would come
    • sensation to sensation, from image to image, from idea to idea.
    • and how the blood is the restrainer of this life of ideas. What
    • passes to another one; such a person cannot hold himself to an idea,
    • from idea to idea; he shows a fickle disposition. That can be
    • thoughts and ideas begin to be enduring; the person becomes gloomy,
    • solved by setting up abstract ideas and concepts. The general human
    • not to be solved by this setting up of abstract ideas and concepts;
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    • To try to escape from the difficult concepts and ideas
    • development of the thoughts and ideas presented in Spiritual Science.
    • For when we grasp these trains of thoughts and ideas by dint of bold,
    • given some idea of how the bridge can be built from Spiritual Science
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    • To try to escape from the difficult concepts and ideas
    • development of the thoughts and ideas presented in Spiritual Science.
    • For when we grasp these trains of thoughts and ideas by dint of bold,
    • given some idea of how the bridge can be built from Spiritual Science
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    • generations, and the only idea that is really clear to him is that of
    • guard against ordinary associations or combinations of ideas, for
    • It is quite useless today to dabble superficially in the idea of
    • People have not, as a rule, any very correct idea of the character of
    • not essential for children to get hold of the abstract idea of
    • idea in the abstract, it is quite possible to throw light on history
    • and, furthermore, to make history intelligible when one has this idea
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    • generations, and the only idea that is really clear to him is that of
    • guard against ordinary associations or combinations of ideas, for
    • It is quite useless today to dabble superficially in the idea of
    • People have not, as a rule, any very correct idea of the character of
    • not essential for children to get hold of the abstract idea of
    • idea in the abstract, it is quite possible to throw light on history
    • and, furthermore, to make history intelligible when one has this idea
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    • express in the words of ordinary language the ideas of super-sensible
    • far more directed to the non-material ideas — far more
    • so. Helmont was the first to give to mankind the idea, the concept of
    • of the gas. Helmont came to the idea that among the states of
    • Godhead. This ancient idea contains quite another concept of Spirit
    • cosmic origin thereof. You can gain an idea of the Spiritual if you
    • Science realizes concepts and ideas that are not taken from the past,
    • himself ideas, feelings and impulses of will, taken directly from
    • Chaos. Such ideas out of the Chaos, taken from the higher worlds, are
    • us. Thus we can see how comprehensive the idea of Chaos is for anyone
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    • express in the words of ordinary language the ideas of super-sensible
    • far more directed to the non-material ideas — far more
    • so. Helmont was the first to give to mankind the idea, the concept of
    • of the gas. Helmont came to the idea that among the states of
    • Godhead. This ancient idea contains quite another concept of Spirit
    • cosmic origin thereof. You can gain an idea of the Spiritual if you
    • Science realizes concepts and ideas that are not taken from the past,
    • himself ideas, feelings and impulses of will, taken directly from
    • Chaos. Such ideas out of the Chaos, taken from the higher worlds, are
    • us. Thus we can see how comprehensive the idea of Chaos is for anyone
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    • faiths is that their idea of God does not go beyond the Angel. As a
    • also have no idea how many changes have taken place in this
    • entailing the right of a pension is a great “ideal”! And
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    • faiths is that their idea of God does not go beyond the Angel. As a
    • also have no idea how many changes have taken place in this
    • entailing the right of a pension is a great “ideal”! And
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    • moulded his Karma had already had the rescuing idea. The dream
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    • moulded his Karma had already had the rescuing idea. The dream
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    • fail to give the reader some idea, let us say, of the sort of thing
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    • do not form ideas about it, but it is deeply rooted in our feeling life.
    • Well, man does not usually form clear ideas of what he thus retains
    • within him, but his subconsciousness does form such ideas.
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    • meditation. We are accustomed merely to allow the ‘ideas’ or,
    • with the help of such ideas. And for the last few centuries man has become
    • so accustomed to copy merely the outer world in his ideas, that he does
    • not realise his power of also forming ideas freely from within. To do
    • this is to meditate; it is to fill one's consciousness with ideas not
    • only forming our ideas ourselves, and passing from one idea to another
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    • entirely within the soul. And we must regard it as a kind of ideal for
    • in external science one will never gain a reasonable idea of man until
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VI: Respiration, Warmth and the Ego
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    • or idea streams down, as it were, into the muscular and bony systems
    • are known as psychologists have developed quite curious ideas about
    • use words, concepts and ideas in order that something living may shine
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    • an idea of the way he dreams, look at the man himself. Stimulated by
    • the idea you have formed of his dream-life, you will be able to form
    • step from this to another and very true idea. When, through imagination,
    • idea of the superficial way man is studied in the civilisation of today,
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • now all this stands before us. In our idea of our behaviour we only
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture IX: Phases of Memory and the Real Self
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    • Above all, it is no mere ideal judgment of ourselves that we feel, but
    • of spiritual beings, however, we do not merely meet the ideal judgment
    • to become ‘ideal’ in the universe. But while we go through
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    • Aristotelian idea that every time a person is born a new soul is
    • if we do not establish in the cosmos the idea of a continual arising
    • not enlarge on this. But most people have no idea of the power lying
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    • physical world with all kinds of concepts, ideas and so on; but all
    • ideas is in a certain sense subject to the same law as that of the
    • today recognize its echo in the idea of eternal punishment in hell.
    • human being, not merely theoretically with ideas and concepts, but
    • of mankind of the present and of the future, and of course the idea
    • strictly logical ideas. The Franciscan Order declined to do that; the
    • true ideas. There are numerous men within that Order of such
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Astonishment as Indications of Spiritual Vision in Past and Future
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    • If he then later had to accept the idea that the man feels a
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  • Title: Lecture: The Coming Experience of Christ
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    • stick to the ideas that have once been instilled into them. But there
    • habitual ideas, so that nothing is able to penetrate their minds
    • rapidly, especially in the last decades, ideas which have become
    • in our ideas; because this twentieth century has had to give us an
    • world was before 1914, when all talk of ideals, all talk of
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    • stick to the ideas that have once been instilled into them. But there
    • habitual ideas, so that nothing is able to penetrate their minds
    • rapidly, especially in the last decades, ideas which have become
    • in our ideas; because this twentieth century has had to give us an
    • world was before 1914, when all talk of ideals, all talk of
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    • whether ideas enrich life or impoverish it, strengthen and aid life,
    • connection of ideas with life. The knowledge of the present day we
    • dispute and argue about idealism and materialism, and so forth; to
    • when we have learned to apprehend sound spiritual truths, then ideas
    • world-others must be content with the words and ideas in which he
    • spiritual knowledge. In order to “paint” in ideas, one
    • and ideas, and impart these to his fellow men. It might even be
    • spiritual world in ideas to have always the spiritual world before
    • what lives in the idea he has not himself produced; he will have a
    • direct inner experience of the idea. He will undergo also the pain
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    • whether ideas enrich life or impoverish it, strengthen and aid life,
    • connection of ideas with life. The knowledge of the present day we
    • dispute and argue about idealism and materialism, and so forth; to
    • when we have learned to apprehend sound spiritual truths, then ideas
    • world-others must be content with the words and ideas in which he
    • spiritual knowledge. In order to “paint” in ideas, one
    • and ideas, and impart these to his fellow men. It might even be
    • spiritual world in ideas to have always the spiritual world before
    • what lives in the idea he has not himself produced; he will have a
    • direct inner experience of the idea. He will undergo also the pain
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • understanding? All kinds of abstract ideals, concerned with national
    • made their appearance. And only when certain sociological ideas are
    • conclusions! We make for ourselves an idea of what someone should be,
    • existence, and the exchange of ideas between these actual men should
    • dripping with abstractions and demonstrating every imaginable idea
    • and ideal. So importance can be attached to them, but only to what is
    • These three things must be the great true ideals of the
    • because the three great true ideals of human understanding,
    • should be the three great concrete Ideals of our fifth post-Atlantean
    • great ideals to direct the sciences. It will be for them to refine
    • In this sense the three great concrete social ideals and
    • ideals of cognition will enable the consciousness soul in the fifth
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • understanding? All kinds of abstract ideals, concerned with national
    • made their appearance. And only when certain sociological ideas are
    • conclusions! We make for ourselves an idea of what someone should be,
    • existence, and the exchange of ideas between these actual men should
    • dripping with abstractions and demonstrating every imaginable idea
    • and ideal. So importance can be attached to them, but only to what is
    • These three things must be the great true ideals of the
    • because the three great true ideals of human understanding,
    • should be the three great concrete Ideals of our fifth post-Atlantean
    • great ideals to direct the sciences. It will be for them to refine
    • In this sense the three great concrete social ideals and
    • ideals of cognition will enable the consciousness soul in the fifth
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    • modern man to form an adequate idea of the extremes to which such
    • unworldliness as an ideal — then he cannot have spiritual experiences.
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    • modern man to form an adequate idea of the extremes to which such
    • unworldliness as an ideal — then he cannot have spiritual experiences.
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    • bring to mankind true and fitting ideas about Christianity — and to do
    • way into the ideas presented in the Gospels and in the Epistles of Paul
    • ideas that are so totally different from those to which we are
    • with such ideas. But it is a fact that a person who is completely given up
    • able to form the right ideas when he reads the words of Paul. Many
    • the Easter festival that we set out to gain a clear idea of the destiny
    • super-sensible ideas. On the understanding of this event depends whether
    • everything on the earth will have found its grave and when ideals and
    • very far indeed from forming any true idea of the Resurrection of which
    • they speak; for a true idea of it can only be formed with spiritual and
    • have lost all idea of the connection of the earthly with that which is
    • the beings of which you can form an idea. The ultimate consequences of
    • could not give credence to the ideas of natural science, appeared to have
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    • bring to mankind true and fitting ideas about Christianity — and to do
    • way into the ideas presented in the Gospels and in the Epistles of Paul
    • ideas that are so totally different from those to which we are
    • with such ideas. But it is a fact that a person who is completely given up
    • able to form the right ideas when he reads the words of Paul. Many
    • the Easter festival that we set out to gain a clear idea of the destiny
    • super-sensible ideas. On the understanding of this event depends whether
    • everything on the earth will have found its grave and when ideals and
    • very far indeed from forming any true idea of the Resurrection of which
    • they speak; for a true idea of it can only be formed with spiritual and
    • have lost all idea of the connection of the earthly with that which is
    • the beings of which you can form an idea. The ultimate consequences of
    • could not give credence to the ideas of natural science, appeared to have
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    • not always, they have the idea that something important has been done
    • at all, their idea seems to be — you will forgive the expression
    • no doubt, if he is idealistic enough, can go over entirely to the anthrospophical
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    • too might be possible. But I have no idea how many cow-horns an agricultural
    • to do, was this. When I was a young man I had the idea to write a kind
    • here present have no idea how the world has changed in the last thirty
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    • So many strange ideas are prevalent. It is curious: here, on the one
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    • idea of using up the human dung on a Small territory in the neighbourhood
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    • ideas, but he is weak in detailed knowledge. Professor Z is a silver-tongued
    • the basic ideas into actual practice. All this had to be tried out in
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    • In point of fact, the only ideal manure is cattle-manure — not
    • on sheep. The idea is that certain bacteria live in the paunch of the
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    • social and economic ideas. Yet the whole of this — the giving
    • the idea “for scientific reasons.” Now these two
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    • ideal cannot be absolutely attained, but it should be observed as far
    • farm. That is the ideal. A thoroughly healthy farm should be able to
    • things in a proper and natural way, we need to have this ideal
    • ideas can give no real information as to the exact relationships,
    • purposes of illustration). We gain a right idea of these facts if we
    • case. We cannot carry it out absolutely, but in the ideal sense it is
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    • with an idea from olden time, a point we need to understand again in
    • following idea. Underlying all living things is a carbon-like
    • you will have a true idea, of the necessity of nitrogen for the life
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    • the manuring question, shows how little idea they really have of what
    • start from an altogether false idea of nutrition — whether of
    • idea used to be that the essential thing in human nutrition is what
    • this truth, it is heart-rending to see the ideas of modern science proclaiming
    • you all this to awaken in you an idea of the really intimate kinship
    • be thoroughly permeated with this idea, above all if we would understand
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    • discussion. I will only say this to begin with: The idea that in farming
    • to it, with the idea that it needs such and such substances so as to
    • in the rind of the oak is absolutely ideal.
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    • ideas that relate to harmful plants and animals and to what are commonly
    • that we gain an idea, how we can influence the plant's growth. Now a
    • enough. There we need ideal that reckon with the surrounding sphere
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    • humanity has no idea how greatly farming and forestry
    • apply some of the ideal we have already let work upon us; we shall thus
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    • for man too, is to this day thoroughly misunderstood. The coarse idea
    • gain an idea: what is the value of such and such methods of feeding
    • idea: The brain serves as an underlying basis for the Ego, but the animal
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    • this chaste and unassuming nature we have the ideal of the
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    • to him in a new way. In 1857 the great ideal contained in
    • reached, even without words, without concepts or ideas.
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    • to him in a new way. In 1857 the great ideal contained in
    • reached, even without words, without concepts or ideas.
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    • reality they do not have the slightest idea of what these
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    • and clothe his thoughts and ideas in words. One could say that the thoughts
    • a prey to illusionary ideas, or where insane people are gathered. Such
    • fine and crude, deeds of idealism and the most ugly deeds, all give an
    • you would then have an idea of what men are able to do — consciously
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    • get an idea of what this means if you remember that not even the farthest
    • man is able to conceive. How is it possible to form any kind of idea
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    • You would certainly not get a right idea if you thought that this Saturn
    • but it helps to form an idea of the condition — you would not
    • sub-stance of which modern man can scarcely form a right idea
    • of your blood then you would have an idea of those first rudiments of
    • blood: a physical body consisting only of warmth! It is a horrible idea
    • mirror-pictures. You can form an idea of what was present on Saturn
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    • idea of what was embedded — all that remains behind as ash when
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    • content ourselves with the idea that we have to do with a mere reversal.
    • may not rest content with the idea of the reversed recapitulation. For
    • into a Kingdom of Love. If we would characterize the great ideal that
    • legal idea of the personality. It is only a quite perverted scholarship
    • are one.” It opposed in the first place the idea that one can
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    • an idea of the nature of the Angels. We shall most easily form an idea
    • inactive. It would be a false idea to think that man had only to occupy
    • man can form any idea guide the course of world-evolution through such
    • Angels, Archangels, and a slight idea too of the Original Forces and
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    • a Group one not only acquires concepts and ideas concerning the nature
    • would probably have laughed and made merry over such ideas, and most
    • is to gain as far as is possible without definite perception some idea
    • form an idea as to where such beings stand in the course of evolution.
    • or the other side. The ideal condition would be that a man in each incarnation
    • of humanity passes by. He however rejects the ideas of the Leader of
    • of which we have not the least idea shows itself only too well in external
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    • are people among us already who look on it as a lofty ideal for everyone
    • to have his own religion. The idea floats before quite a number that
    • themselves, uniting in groups with those of similar ideas while retaining
    • is to acquire any idea of future evolution, he must have a thorough
    • not the slightest idea. All these things are founded on good grounds
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    • many feelings and ideas that we touched on in the last lectures if we
    • all but make visible what is already present in space ideally, spiritually
    • back with it into the life of day. And then men scoff at idealistic,
    • the idea arose in his soul of uniting Beethoven and Shakespeare. We
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    • important ‘exchange of ideas’ took place in
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    • good idea of what intellectualism is. We need but
    • historic past, and they have little idea how altogether
    • a man can also familiarise himself with such an idea as a
    • rather strange idea, that the thoughts spring forth within
    • This idea was
    • their idea had become dominant in Europe, only a feeble
    • in the ‘I think.’ The idea of immortality would
    • surrounds the earth. This idea was violently attacked by
    • the idea of the individuality of man, as against the other
    • that this was being said, that this idea existed, —
    • the Dominican Order. Only then do we gain an idea, how much
    • standing up for any ideas or theories, it seems as though
    • ideas. But in a case such as I am now citing, this
    • They learned that it is a false and heretical idea to
    • ideas as they possess. But within the words there were
    • ideas, destructive as they often are, than the spreading of
    • taking into account the idea of reincarnation and leading
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    • are formed to popularise erroneous ideas of the 19th
    • century — Ideas which, for all men of insight, are
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    • once more it is astonishing how the ancient ideas —
    • by such an idea as this. Then you will realise how this
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    • could not find their way into the idea that Christ —
    • belief in such and such ideas of cosmology, Christology,
    • am now saying shows itself not so very much in the ideal
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    • ideas but in living experiences that still penetrated to
    • ideas. It was not so in the time when the souls who are now
    • should gain a feeling, an idea of this living intercourse
    • well-nigh shadowed-down to concepts and ideas; yet the
    • concepts and ideas were still living enough to kindle, in
    • antiquity was equal to the concepts and ideas of the fifth
    • ideas, the Mysteries of the seven Liberal Arts in their
    • conceptions and ideas. For in this way alone would it be
    • exchanges of ideas behind the scenes of human evolution,
    • — an exchange of ideas between those who had carried
    • sharply outlined concepts and ideas proceeding from
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    • mean, the idea that man does not stand at that high level
    • inherited Sin were justly connected with this idea, that
    • this idea to its conclusion, a world-conception of a very
    • ourselves: the idea that we can have cleverness for
    • he taught these things, we can already perceive his idea
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    • Columbus the point was to have the happy idea — how
    • tell you the point will also be to have the happy idea.
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    • gain a vivid idea of how the Cosmic Intelligence had been
    • conceptions and ideas which man possesses in the life
    • at the idea that Spiritual Beings should be in their
    • face to face with the ideas that lived in Nietzsche in the
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    • idea is in abatement, especially where claims to
    • already emphasized, the Christ idea will play a much more
    • Christ idea. And in books and lecture cycles we find
    • concepts and ideas for a full understanding of what Christ
    • ideas in order to understand Christ. Here also it would
    • for an understanding of the Christ idea. If that were all,
    • highly educated men who adopted the profound ideas which we
    • Gnostics, had elevated ideas about Christ, but they could
    • formulated ideas compared to which contemporary philosophy
    • ideas in profundity and horizon. And look at how these
    • ask ourselves, however, about Tertullian's ideas,
    • and in a primitive way, using ordinary ideas, speaking to
    • among peoples who had quite other ideas in their minds,
    • that he was a Dominican. Both of them came to their ideas
    • reincarnation idea. And if he has the help of a certain
    • reincarnation idea must be quite openly transmitted to this
    • Darwinism. And the greatness of the idea in Darwinism
    • then which spreads? Not Christian ideas, not the science of
    • obliged to put aside our ideas and our science and point to
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    • idea of the infinite suffering of Christ during his time in
    • this idea in mind, read what he makes of Christ, who for
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    • same time great ideas, meaningful moral impulses arose in
    • short, a lively exchange of ideas took place between Jesus
    • Essenes had no idea, but which were experienced in his
    • exchange of ideas with the Essenes. One can say that a
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    • is not based on vague and sentimental idealism but rather on a concrete
    • ideal that originates in knowledge of higher worlds. This is the knowledge
    • they had an entirely different idea, an entirely different feeling,
    • we can realize the ideal of this future reality. A new race will be
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    • is not based on vague and sentimental idealism but rather on a concrete
    • ideal that originates in knowledge of higher worlds. This is the knowledge
    • they had an entirely different idea, an entirely different feeling,
    • we can realize the ideal of this future reality. A new race will be
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    • ideas in measure and number. The numbers express only the harmonies.
    • in contradistinction to races. All that is connected with this idea
    • races of the Atlantean epoch. Today the idea of civilization has
    • already superseded the idea of race”
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    • Christian ideal of brotherhood will have appeared. This sixth territory
    • can receive its name only from the ideal of brotherhood, and
    • otherwise it will not thrive. If we absorb something from these ideas,
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    • prophets had been given the idea of the great being, Ahura Mazdao,
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    • they created physical forms incorporating ideals in the physical world.
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    • idealized nature in their art; they beautified existence. How beautiful
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    • representative of the Templar ideal. Now let us inquire: Do we see any
    • representative of the Templar ideal — in the historical development of
    • very simplest of Man's ideas lives pride and arrogance and this is
    • high ideal. (As I said before, we are not concerned with finding fault but
    • very high ideal; and it strove for it in a time upon which still felt the
    • strove, it is true, for a high ideal, but they knew nothing of the trinity in
    • century, because everything was applied to the body, and ideals which only
    • have meaning when Man is seen as a trinity were aspired to as the ideals for
    • beautiful ideals were on everyone's lips in a time when men were not
    • physical body alone. As a matter of fact, of the threefold ideal,
    • spirit, and when the three ideals of the end of the 18th century are referred
    • lives and works spiritually — this must come to be an ideal. Man
    • human generation will understand how the three ideals of Brotherhood, Freedom
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    • representative of the Templar ideal. Now let us inquire: Do we see any
    • representative of the Templar ideal — in the historical development of
    • very simplest of Man's ideas lives pride and arrogance and this is
    • high ideal. (As I said before, we are not concerned with finding fault but
    • very high ideal; and it strove for it in a time upon which still felt the
    • strove, it is true, for a high ideal, but they knew nothing of the trinity in
    • century, because everything was applied to the body, and ideals which only
    • have meaning when Man is seen as a trinity were aspired to as the ideals for
    • beautiful ideals were on everyone's lips in a time when men were not
    • physical body alone. As a matter of fact, of the threefold ideal,
    • spirit, and when the three ideals of the end of the 18th century are referred
    • lives and works spiritually — this must come to be an ideal. Man
    • human generation will understand how the three ideals of Brotherhood, Freedom
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    • brought about by the spleen we are able to get an idea of the fact
    • physiology, accepted, let us say, as possible ideas, so that people
    • idea presented to me, and shall then investigate what external
    • fact is the original idea associated with Saturn, that from an
    • an occult idea, expressed in the name Kronos or
    • quite possible for him to oppose the idea that there is a deeper
    • spiritual worlds. Then will be completely banished that idea which
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    • physiology upon the idea of reincarnation. We must only give
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    • or already possess this high ideal of knowledge come together in a
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    • our ideas, impressions and perceptions, yet in no way coincides with
    • himself, our ideas cannot be confined to that world itself. No
    • science equipped only with ideas borrowed from the world of the
    • the soul, and try to get some idea of the creative power inherent in
    • ourselves as far as possible from the familiar, and from the ideas
    • idea we get when we say “In the beginning,” which is
    • ideas which we use today to describe processes in the external
    • his consciousness. Suppose that the second complex of ideas which
    • one of the nature of thought or ideation, that is, one which
    • “Elohim.” Whoever wishes to get an idea of what
    • Then we shall be able to get at least some idea of their nature. They
    • begin with, only as an ideal. Now think of a group of spiritual
    • the form of man. And the first-fruits of their musing is the idea of
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    • — that is bohu. And if you have formed this idea, and
    • awakening; groups of ideas arise in your souls. This is how
    • meet with finer conditions, of which we do not get a much better idea
    • idea of this finer etheric element permeating the organising
    • to say that Bet (B) aroused the idea of something enclosing,
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    • get an idea of the constitution of “air” at that time, we
    • bears the impress of the joint idea they had formed of their work. We
    • highest ideal. We feel ourselves to be of divine origin; but we feel
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    • soul-warmth, will give you a proximate idea of that interweaving
    • when our planetary existence began. We get an idea of the sublimity
    • much scorn has been heaped upon this naive idea of the creation of
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    • preceding lectures to form an idea as to how spiritual Beings, whom
    • life-ether. We try to acquire ideas about the nature of earth, water,
    • we can acquire no ideas of what lies behind it.
    • one is the calling up in memory of the idea of the rose, which could
    • yourselves familiar with such ideas. You must get used to the thought
    • of Will is matter, outspread solid matter. The commonly accepted idea
    • This crude simile really does give a fair idea of the sort of
    • as a group, had to grow beyond themselves. Let us try to get an idea
    • from everyday life, to help us to form some idea of this. Take the
    • same time this human being was only an idea, upon which they could
    • of this. The Bible is acquainted with the idea that the Elohim were
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    • speculative ideas in regard to the connections which exist between
    • dependent on external circumstances or on ideals which induce us to
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    • in the depths of the soul of which one has no conscious idea. Man can
    • he has a definite idea of what constitutes proof. Maeterlinck can be
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    • he has a definite idea of what constitutes proof. Maeterlinck can be
    • the circle into a square was an ideal, as it were, toward which one
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    • happenings do have a dose bearing upon the spiritual ideal which
    • the other that, as the right ideal. There are many ideals of
    • such hankerings after an ideal are always something connected with
    • our own personality. Ideals of this kind are really only what one or
    • cherishing an unselfish ideal. We can only form an opinion about what
    • personal feelings about the ideal, and no longer ask what we
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    • I tried to give you some idea of the way the Greeks thought about the
    • behind it. To give you some idea of this, let me just mention one
    • scholarship has nothing but a few abstract ideas to offer in this
    • today would find such an idea grotesque.
    • times there was prevalent an idea so wonderful, so impressive, that
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    • Science today we shall have to recognise that many concepts and ideas
    • mentioning just one thing. There is a concept, an idea, very familiar
    • to you all, an idea which not only finds common expression in the
    • modern man a whole number of ideas. We think of nature as the
    • get any idea, still less any sense of what the Greek soul experienced
    • clearly defined form, but one could not get an idea of him without
    • in us thoughts, ideas — the forces which call forth all that
    • idea, as feeling, we have our enduring life of soul, with its
    • in the nature of transitory thought and idea, thought which arises in
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    • from an archetypal wisdom, are a preparation for the ideas, the
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    • is because the modern man has no idea of this that it is so difficult
    • described. From this monologue you can get an idea of what really
    • our hearts beat for the spiritual world and for its great ideals,
    • abstractions, over mere ideas, as other men do about real life’
    • idea that the ancient Greek gods were Atlantean men. ... The older
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    • mythology, our usual very superficial ideas about it are bound to be
    • contrast between what the Greeks felt in their ideas about the upper
    • was the fundamental difference? In their ideas about the upper gods,
    • in his mind he did not carry on something akin to work in ideation or
    • undertake work within himself, he has to allow ideas to pass through
    • place which we designate as ideation, as mental representation, and
    • the work within the soul in the life of ideation, the question must
    • arise: ‘Has the content of the process of ideation
    • of our life of ideation, what constitutes the work of our soul in
    • ideation, in mental representation, which is what brings knowledge
    • ideation which takes place in the physical brain. Thus, if we are
    • for the life of ideation?
    • happens in our souls in the forming of ideas and in thinking, the
    • work of ideation, of representation, goes on in the brain, is just
    • before us as a high ideal. In other words, if we want to attain
    • its course in the process of ideation. Our life of ideation, or
    • ideation which has turned one into a reflecting apparatus. It is
    • human ego-life of ideation. And language has many instances of
    • ideation. Much has to be elicited from this genius of language if one
    • period understood ideal beauty. We can in a way still idealise
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    • respect than our abstract ideas, which are too impoverished to be
    • think himself as good as is his idea of a good man.
    • form, but other forces as well. If we wish to form an idea of what
    • idea of this secondary stream if you think of the air, the atmosphere
    • try to form an idea of how the one category of gods is related to the
    • idea of this if you first have a look at man himself. Take the human
    • are merely the representations — the real ideas
    • that these beings, who are really only the ideas of the others,
    • when we examine closely our own life of ideation we feel that the
    • idea or mental representation is, in a higher sense, only the
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    • idea of why the animals resembling the bull remained bull-like, and
    • To get an idea of
    • connected with the other Beings, those who are only the ideas or
    • all the ideas and feelings which our soul has acquired about them,
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    • behind the world and its happenings. By forming stable ideas, stable
    • world, intellectual in form and idea, which is least able to enter
    • shadow-like images as intellectual ideas wherewith to explain the
    • soul-stuff, soul-substance. In forming the ideas of today the human
    • tenuous ideas, devoid of reality, and our abstract laws of
    • true reality one feels by all the ideas of today, and what phantom
    • consciousness of today it can only produce ideas which are
    • to reach with its ideas the furthest limits of the world, but it
    • involve a feeling of being spread out, with a set of weak ideas,
    • into space the thinner our ideas become, and we find ourselves at
    • last standing before the cosmic void with his ideas entirely
    • our ideas; it has to experience the unending fear of the void, the
    • us to make our ideas as to how the gods have laboured at the
    • region of the upper gods or spirits, spirits who are only the ideas
    • which his ideas can attain, he himself can only come to
    • ideas of the gods, he cannot attain to true reality. But if
    • idea; if we try to reach the lower gods, all thought abandons us
    • tenuous the ideas are, or however slight is what our egotism enables
    • tenuous ideas, but however far we soar into the widths of space, we
    • with our ideas and with the empirical experience which one can have
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    • John: transcendental Ideas. The Gospel of St. Luke:
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    • be labouring under the erroneous idea that a single manifestation which
    • of St. John and St. Luke will be able to gather some idea of what in
    • the sublime Ideas which bring the Gospel of St. John into the range of our
    • Ideas, above all occurrences in the life of the individual human soul.
    • These all-embracing, eternal Ideas are the concern of that Divine Wisdom
    • Ideas sweeping like eagles in heights far above the heads of men, in
    • we can claim to have some faint inkling of the transcendent Ideas which
    • of St. John we glimpse the Ideas of the Divine Sophia, through the Gospel
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    • etheric, but in youth we must learn to supply spiritual ideas as
    • our ideas less so; in our feelings we are not awake. F. T. Vischer.
    • its ideas. Those who find it easy are not always those who benefit.
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    • world. Besides all the usual ideas which flow through our souls at
    • those who are interested in our Movement should form some idea of its
    • quite new and unaccustomed ideas before one's hearers. In the
    • slow to take in new ideas. Indeed it is a characteristic feature of
    • not the remotest idea of the forces governing the historical life of
    • conscious concepts and ideas going, and with the help of these, to
    • feeling for a great drawing together of mankind, for ideas having
    • circumstances in the face, must be: in socialism. Ideas were there,
    • material life and alas, these ideas encountered no other world of
    • ideas to stand against them. If we really understood the ideas which
    • in a sense historical ideas, dreams of humanity; — but what
    • How has it come about that these socialistic ideas have taken root in
    • understand in abstract ideas what holds people together and makes the
    • ordinary ideas, runs its course in the subconsciousness; but on the
    • Wilson's ideas are very widespread (far more people are of his way of
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    • etheric, but in youth we must learn to supply spiritual ideas as
    • through his head a certain number of ideas which, if directed to the
    • that if at 15 years of age he can produce ideas of sufficient force
    • such sustenance of spiritual ideas that they suffice for working into
    • idea of how children ought to be taught in earliest childhood that
    • wholly changed, ideas formed before the 20th century have gradually
    • become more and more abstract, they have become ideas of the head.
    • When we compare the rich ideas of the 13th and 14th centuries with
    • difference in the abstract ideas, the dry conformity to law of the
    • he could not, for, read with the ideas derived from modern physics
    • is most spiritual; for these abstract ideas are the most spiritual
    • through the spiritual ideas he has developed. It is precisely in them
    • that he has become so remarkably materialistic. When these ideas come
    • simple existence of abstract ideas is the first refutation of
    • these impulses and ideas something will come to humanity which to-day
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    • our ideas less so; in our feelings we are not awake. F. T. Vischer.
    • world in the ideal sense. To ordinary observation the apparent fact
    • respect of our life of ideas, as accurate self-observation will
    • ideas. When withdrawn from sense-perception, that is, not outwardly
    • awake’ purely in the life of ideas has always a shade of
    • life of ideas, yet, taken as a whole, we can say that, when we form
    • feeling, because ideas, that is, waking activities, are mingled with
    • we were always able to illumine with ideas what we dream (the greater
    • of our life of will is, in its turn, illumined by the life of ideas;
    • perception in the world of sense and in our life of ideas; even in
    • perception of the sense-world and our world of ideas; and, imbedded
    • idea that the forces of the dead may live in what we dream or sleep
    • get accustomed to the idea that we ourselves are in the other as the
    • these ideas if we do not form wrong thoughts about a connection I
    • flow to it from the content of the life of ideas but from the
    • understanding, and thereby to bear within one a real world of ideas
    • with concrete ideas when it is deepened by Spiritual Science.
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    • very meagre idea of how we make ourselves get up; perhaps, even the
    • place changes when he enters it. Other people have an idea of this at
    • life; in Jesus, too, I see the greatest bearer of ideas who has at
    • ideal, which the man of to-day should set before his soul, is to be
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    • least some idea of the things which man must feel rather than think,
    • day, we shall gain an idea of all that might have happened. We shall
    • To obtain a really clear idea of
    • much of it is lost in [the] course of a year. If we extend this idea
    • idea.
    • rest all got out of its way, but the peculiar idea occurred to her,
    • various ideas about fatigue. We know from the public lecture on
  • Title: Earthly Death/Cosmic Life: Lecture 6: Feelings of Unity and Sentiments of Gratitude: A Bridge to the Dead
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    • its ideas. Those who find it easy are not always those who benefit.
    • ideas and thoughts must be entirely different from those we must
    • the idea: ‘I will go now across the street;’ we then walk
    • we gain an idea of how we leave behind everywhere the stamp of our
    • the idea that we have them no more, for that is an ungrateful
    • ‘difficult.’ They just think, they grasp their ideas
    • a certain effort is needed to accept its ideas. People avoid effort.
    • side of the human perception; how ordinary ideas are grasped by the
    • brain, but intimate ideas pass through it as through a sieve, into
  • Title: Earthly Death/Cosmic Life: Lecture 7: Confidence in Life and Rejuvenation of the Soul: A Bridge to the Dead
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    • ideas on female nature such as they appear in the book A Survey of
    • an idea dawned in the soul of Weininger but was stultified by the
    • our physical organs of sense is an idea widely held today. A thinker
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    • an idea dawned in the soul of Weininger but was stultified by the
    • our physical organs of sense is an idea widely held today. A thinker
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    • only because they have no idea what is the real bearer of the will.
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    • only because they have no idea what is the real bearer of the will.
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    • because if one were not to speak symbolically but in ideas, one
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    • form. Let us take a philosophical idea and watch how it has
    • himself with Critique of Idea. Mauthner went further, (things
    • One cannot form any idea of what such a genius as
    • genius or of his ideas, — clever he might be who used such an
    • prize, which has swept all previous ideas aside and has attained to
    • acquainted with the necessary ideas. It is clear to all that as a few
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    • form. Let us take a philosophical idea and watch how it has
    • himself with Critique of Idea. Mauthner went further, (things
    • One cannot form any idea of what such a genius as
    • genius or of his ideas, — clever he might be who used such an
    • prize, which has swept all previous ideas aside and has attained to
    • acquainted with the necessary ideas. It is clear to all that as a few
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • ideas, feelings and impulses of will in human beings. Inner strength
    • ideas. Today, as the result of an unenlightened science, it is
    • soul, the thinking, ideation and perception directed to external
    • idea’ of humanity, a dead, empty idea. Those who would
    • Now when an ideal arises before the peoples of
    • When he forms a concrete ideal of how he can become higher
    • natural characteristic that for which the Indian strives as his ideal
    • is for the oriental an ideal, is for the European a natural
    • possession of daily life; his ideal, therefore, must necessarily
    • be different. The ideal of the European lies one stage higher; it is
    • man of Greece set himself an ideal, it was one he strove to reach by
    • express as his ideal everything that he himself is as a human
    • of the world, not so much in search of ideas but in order to find the
    • he is on the way to his ideal the rhythmic recurrence of the motif.
    • ideal is to raise himself to the element of thought. When the
    • abstract concepts, these husks of words and ideas, finds their way to
    • ideal for which the Middle European strives — which he
    • of the human when they set up an ideal for themselves. This really
    • by assimilating all that is idealistic, great and beautiful in other
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    • ideas, feelings and impulses of will in human beings. Inner strength
    • ideas. Today, as the result of an unenlightened science, it is
    • soul, the thinking, ideation and perception directed to external
    • idea’ of humanity, a dead, empty idea. Those who would
    • Now when an ideal arises before the peoples of
    • When he forms a concrete ideal of how he can become higher
    • natural characteristic that for which the Indian strives as his ideal
    • is for the oriental an ideal, is for the European a natural
    • possession of daily life; his ideal, therefore, must necessarily
    • be different. The ideal of the European lies one stage higher; it is
    • man of Greece set himself an ideal, it was one he strove to reach by
    • express as his ideal everything that he himself is as a human
    • of the world, not so much in search of ideas but in order to find the
    • he is on the way to his ideal the rhythmic recurrence of the motif.
    • ideal is to raise himself to the element of thought. When the
    • abstract concepts, these husks of words and ideas, finds their way to
    • ideal for which the Middle European strives — which he
    • of the human when they set up an ideal for themselves. This really
    • by assimilating all that is idealistic, great and beautiful in other
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    • give the descending souls some idea of what they will encounter here.
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    • only in carrying out a moral ideal, permeated with religious fervour,
    • only including all men but with them all moral ideals. They must
    • asunder, so that he can only say to himself: “Moral ideas rise
    • theoretical ideas. If a man intends to live honestly, he must work
    • one reaches ideas, which in a purely formal way are like memory
    • ideas, but which refer to an outer objective content, not to an
    • production of ideas which are like remembered thoughts, but we must
    • our ideation, that we employ in ordinary life, with which we mix our
    • certain extent one can create an idea for oneself, an empirical idea,
    • ideation.
    • organism and make room for the thoughts, the ideas, then these
    • thoughts and ideas can develop within man. Thus, in that place where
    • ideation. The second system in man is the rhythmic system. With this
    • where within man the pure moral ideals are world-building
    • plant and animal life. Then we do not look to a heat death (an idea
    • pure moral ideas as that which arises from the ground of the other,
    • so interrelated as with our abstract ideas we often think they are. No,
    • ideation.
    • ideal. The moral intuitions are gradually permeated with what indeed is
    • ideal stemming from Goethe's time. It spoke most clearly through his
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    • only in carrying out a moral ideal, permeated with religious fervour,
    • only including all men but with them all moral ideals. They must
    • asunder, so that he can only say to himself: “Moral ideas rise
    • theoretical ideas. If a man intends to live honestly, he must work
    • one reaches ideas, which in a purely formal way are like memory
    • ideas, but which refer to an outer objective content, not to an
    • production of ideas which are like remembered thoughts, but we must
    • our ideation, that we employ in ordinary life, with which we mix our
    • certain extent one can create an idea for oneself, an empirical idea,
    • ideation.
    • organism and make room for the thoughts, the ideas, then these
    • thoughts and ideas can develop within man. Thus, in that place where
    • ideation. The second system in man is the rhythmic system. With this
    • where within man the pure moral ideals are world-building
    • plant and animal life. Then we do not look to a heat death (an idea
    • pure moral ideas as that which arises from the ground of the other,
    • so interrelated as with our abstract ideas we often think they are. No,
    • ideation.
    • ideal. The moral intuitions are gradually permeated with what indeed is
    • ideal stemming from Goethe's time. It spoke most clearly through his
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    • day, have no idea of, and know nothing about the preparation of
    • our time have any idea at all of the I — that is, of what they
    • idea or concept of what we feel instinctively when we say, “I
    • the earth. When we keep in mind the ideas we can gather from the
    • taken very seriously. Those who still prefer personal ideas and views
    • different from what they are today. The word “idea
    • idea” as used by our modern philosophers, who no longer
    • Idea,” mistaking it for an abstract concept. Plato
    • Many people today who claim to be idealists express themselves in an
    • the future. If we do not realize this, the idea of progress will
    • ideal of the evolution of the I, Christ Jesus, is described as
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    • they now have a clear idea of what the bouquet looked like. But then
    • are combined that a complete idea of the event in Palestine emerges.
    • view originated. Then they could develop an idea of what the
    • combining mutually contradictory pictures do we get an overall idea
    • you an idea of how deeply this event should be taken and how profound
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    • spoken in old Hebrew, it contained not merely an abstract idea, as it
    • had to be changed. Perhaps today you have got an idea of how the
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    • an ideal, superhuman type, which they tried to represent in various
    • such ideas and concepts have no meaning. The opposing forces were
    • take in the ideas of spiritual science. Without them one cannot
    • stream out of which the work was created. Thus, our ideal figure
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    • just had 'a really brilliant idea. “I am on my way,” he
    • head, or in his mind or soul. Anyone who starts with this idea
    • For the man who transplants the idea to the great cosmic planetary system
    • transfer the idea to the planetary system, then, and then only, would
    • astral body as the vehicle of his life of thought and ideation. So
    • is well; but if you have formed a wrong idea of it, then you must try
    • get the right idea at the right moment.
    • get the right idea at the right moment. Your thought will become
    • unable to call up a graphic idea of what they actually experienced on
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    • just had 'a really brilliant idea. “I am on my way,” he
    • head, or in his mind or soul. Anyone who starts with this idea
    • For the man who transplants the idea to the great cosmic planetary system
    • transfer the idea to the planetary system, then, and then only, would
    • astral body as the vehicle of his life of thought and ideation. So
    • is well; but if you have formed a wrong idea of it, then you must try
    • get the right idea at the right moment.
    • get the right idea at the right moment. Your thought will become
    • unable to call up a graphic idea of what they actually experienced on
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    • own being. More correctly: we build our idea (Vorstellung), our
    • — Euclidean geometry, at first — is nothing more than an
    • movements and relative positions of objects with the help of ideas
    • the genesis of our idea of space, as I have described it, will detect
    • This is, at least, a kind of ideal for scientific method to-day. But
    • regarded as a world of ideas and present of itself in the soul, thus
    • cognitive path led to a certain vivid world of ideas.
    • gains a correct idea of what lived later in Parmenides and Anaxagoras
    • about the world, for ideas and sense-experiences were one. One saw
    • through exercises. To-day we have rather vague ideas about the early
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    • own being. More correctly: we build our idea (Vorstellung), our
    • — Euclidean geometry, at first — is nothing more than an
    • movements and relative positions of objects with the help of ideas
    • the genesis of our idea of space, as I have described it, will detect
    • This is, at least, a kind of ideal for scientific method to-day. But
    • regarded as a world of ideas and present of itself in the soul, thus
    • cognitive path led to a certain vivid world of ideas.
    • gains a correct idea of what lived later in Parmenides and Anaxagoras
    • about the world, for ideas and sense-experiences were one. One saw
    • through exercises. To-day we have rather vague ideas about the early
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    • expression of cosmic laws in a sum of ideas. It intends to be
    • great danger confronts us here: the danger of having ideas about this
    • place, Euclidean geometry — we set out, as you all know, from a
    • indeed, no idea to-day of the way in which men once, in ancient times,
    • to take, in this way, one's idea of space from the starry heavens, one
    • such an idea when, advancing beyond what living beings — above all,
    • only illustrating an idea, working novellistically. If one is forming
    • analytical geometry, as one constructs Euclidean space. One can,
    • of ideas — to what one perceives (erschaut) in the
    • the natural transition from Anthroposophy as a body of ideas to
    • if we take hold of it scientifically, with ideas —
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    • expression of cosmic laws in a sum of ideas. It intends to be
    • great danger confronts us here: the danger of having ideas about this
    • place, Euclidean geometry — we set out, as you all know, from a
    • indeed, no idea to-day of the way in which men once, in ancient times,
    • to take, in this way, one's idea of space from the starry heavens, one
    • such an idea when, advancing beyond what living beings — above all,
    • only illustrating an idea, working novellistically. If one is forming
    • analytical geometry, as one constructs Euclidean space. One can,
    • of ideas — to what one perceives (erschaut) in the
    • the natural transition from Anthroposophy as a body of ideas to
    • if we take hold of it scientifically, with ideas —
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    • could be understood only intellectually. Ideas about them could be
    • idea of the degree of Philistinism into which they have grown; they have
    • less and less idea of it just because it comes to seem natural. They
    • being. The sense-perceptions received from outside, the ideas
    • developed therefrom, these ideas as they penetrate within becoming
    • memory-ideas, but also trickles through the memory-mirror, permeating
    • idea of this. The modern materialistic world-conception is a product
    • have come into existence if the life of ideas did not arise from a
    • looks at it and then forms ideas about it. The ideas thus arrived at
    • ideas about the blood, the lymph. Subtle shades of difference are to
    • although only a crude idea of them can be had by modern thinking.
    • speech savours of the old crude ideas and nothing essential is
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    • could be understood only intellectually. Ideas about them could be
    • idea of the degree of Philistinism into which they have grown; they have
    • less and less idea of it just because it comes to seem natural. They
    • being. The sense-perceptions received from outside, the ideas
    • developed therefrom, these ideas as they penetrate within becoming
    • memory-ideas, but also trickles through the memory-mirror, permeating
    • idea of this. The modern materialistic world-conception is a product
    • have come into existence if the life of ideas did not arise from a
    • looks at it and then forms ideas about it. The ideas thus arrived at
    • ideas about the blood, the lymph. Subtle shades of difference are to
    • although only a crude idea of them can be had by modern thinking.
    • speech savours of the old crude ideas and nothing essential is
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    • in the direction of egoism, we pour moral and ethical ideals into the
    • being formed out of man's moral ideals, but also out of his
    • ideals into his inner chaos, and the unmoral and anti-moral which is
    • indeed modern times may be said to have any idea of Christ at all.
    • cannot possibly come to an idea of Christ as long as he makes use
    • of forming a true idea of Christ.
    • Father God and the Christ, the two ideas become confused and
    • moral ideals through coming to a Christ-consciousness and receiving
    • our moral or anti-moral ideals. There is the upspringing of new life.
    • idea most important for us to connect with the Mystery of Golgotha is
    • the idea of the Risen Christ, the Christ who has vanquished
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    • in the direction of egoism, we pour moral and ethical ideals into the
    • being formed out of man's moral ideals, but also out of his
    • ideals into his inner chaos, and the unmoral and anti-moral which is
    • indeed modern times may be said to have any idea of Christ at all.
    • cannot possibly come to an idea of Christ as long as he makes use
    • of forming a true idea of Christ.
    • Father God and the Christ, the two ideas become confused and
    • moral ideals through coming to a Christ-consciousness and receiving
    • our moral or anti-moral ideals. There is the upspringing of new life.
    • idea most important for us to connect with the Mystery of Golgotha is
    • the idea of the Risen Christ, the Christ who has vanquished
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    • unintellectual. Ideas were inspired from the spiritual world, not
    • soul would be so possessed by the idea of death that Ahriman
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    • unintellectual. Ideas were inspired from the spiritual world, not
    • soul would be so possessed by the idea of death that Ahriman
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    • ideas on the things and processes of the world as something
    • real, whereas Nominalism considered these ideas as mere names
    • when someone says that ideas and conceptions are nothing at all, and
    • lamb into the wolf! If an idea really means nothing at all, the wolf
    • substance is coordinated; this is the idea, or the concept.
    • that ideas and concepts were something real, and that is why
    • and that ideas and concepts are mere names through which we grasp the
    • argued that ideas and conceptions — that is, forms taken up by
    • already considered ideas and thoughts as something abstract, but they
    • not merely look at the idea “wolf”, but at the real
    • this real being of an earlier age into the abstract idea.
    • the idea does not contain a nothingness, but a reality. This
    • the ideas of Plato (which were far more alive and essentially endowed
    • with Being than the medieval scholastic ideas) were the descendants
    • traditionally, as its real ideas and conceptions, living in the
    • not able to connect anything real with thoughts and ideas. For them
    • modern world conception, for man no longer considers ideas and
    • considered thoughts and ideas as something real, we would only obtain
    • continue living merely as a thought or an idea?” In this case
    • realistic scholastic philosophers. For them, thoughts and ideas were
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    • ideas on the things and processes of the world as something
    • real, whereas Nominalism considered these ideas as mere names
    • when someone says that ideas and conceptions are nothing at all, and
    • lamb into the wolf! If an idea really means nothing at all, the wolf
    • substance is coordinated; this is the idea, or the concept.
    • that ideas and concepts were something real, and that is why
    • and that ideas and concepts are mere names through which we grasp the
    • argued that ideas and conceptions — that is, forms taken up by
    • already considered ideas and thoughts as something abstract, but they
    • not merely look at the idea “wolf”, but at the real
    • this real being of an earlier age into the abstract idea.
    • the idea does not contain a nothingness, but a reality. This
    • the ideas of Plato (which were far more alive and essentially endowed
    • with Being than the medieval scholastic ideas) were the descendants
    • traditionally, as its real ideas and conceptions, living in the
    • not able to connect anything real with thoughts and ideas. For them
    • modern world conception, for man no longer considers ideas and
    • considered thoughts and ideas as something real, we would only obtain
    • continue living merely as a thought or an idea?” In this case
    • realistic scholastic philosophers. For them, thoughts and ideas were
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    • idea of the full extent of this danger.
    • thing is not only to absorb thoughts and ideas concerning the
    • attempting to convey through the heart's forces certain ideas on the
    • develop gifts which have no productive force. This idea is difficult
    • spiritual life, not only in the form of idealism, but a 1iving
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    • idea of the full extent of this danger.
    • thing is not only to absorb thoughts and ideas concerning the
    • attempting to convey through the heart's forces certain ideas on the
    • develop gifts which have no productive force. This idea is difficult
    • spiritual life, not only in the form of idealism, but a 1iving
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    • ideas pertaining to the knowledge of Nature, and explaining this or
    • that thing in Nature, we also speak of ethical ideas, ethical ideals.
    • which cannot reach as far as the ethical ideas. The ethical ideas are
    • find these ethical ideas by contemplating the plant-world, the
    • trying to discover, upon a natural-scientific basis, ideas which are
    • adopted, this would never be possible. The ethical ideas exist as if
    • ideas required by us as human beings are given to us when we grasp
    • ethical ideas, they are the foundation of our human freedom. On the
    • Reason, where he speaks of ethical ideas. We might say: The whole
    • Where is the bridge connecting ethical ideas and the ideas of
    • which can be an ideal for human actions. For natural science is
    • knowledge, will at least become idealists, and probably
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    • ideas pertaining to the knowledge of Nature, and explaining this or
    • that thing in Nature, we also speak of ethical ideas, ethical ideals.
    • which cannot reach as far as the ethical ideas. The ethical ideas are
    • find these ethical ideas by contemplating the plant-world, the
    • trying to discover, upon a natural-scientific basis, ideas which are
    • adopted, this would never be possible. The ethical ideas exist as if
    • ideas required by us as human beings are given to us when we grasp
    • ethical ideas, they are the foundation of our human freedom. On the
    • Reason, where he speaks of ethical ideas. We might say: The whole
    • Where is the bridge connecting ethical ideas and the ideas of
    • which can be an ideal for human actions. For natural science is
    • knowledge, will at least become idealists, and probably
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    • and ideas. Every race has its own task: the Atlantean race had the
    • wisdom. Only this wisdom can establish the true idea of
    • this idea to men, by developing now the Spirit-Self and later on the
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    • and ideas. Every race has its own task: the Atlantean race had the
    • wisdom. Only this wisdom can establish the true idea of
    • this idea to men, by developing now the Spirit-Self and later on the
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    • You can have an idea of what he thus
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  • Title: Lecture: A Chapter of Occult History
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    • figures preserved as the Gods, the names and ideas of Gods
    • thing to try to form definite ideas of the nature of these
    • thinking, to form a true idea of the kind of knowledge
    • idea of what the holy Rishis were like can be formed in the
    • to convey any adequate idea of the words of fire with which
    • Hermes, in his new incarnation. We will try to form some idea
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    • figures preserved as the Gods, the names and ideas of Gods
    • thing to try to form definite ideas of the nature of these
    • thinking, to form a true idea of the kind of knowledge
    • idea of what the holy Rishis were like can be formed in the
    • to convey any adequate idea of the words of fire with which
    • Hermes, in his new incarnation. We will try to form some idea
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  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • up in the soul against the idea. One impulse may be expressed
    • the idea of reincarnation. The second arises from a sense of
    • contained in the idea of reincarnation and in that of karma
    • future. If we do not take eternity as an abstract idea, but
    • in the outer world can I derive the idea of the ego, yet it
    • idea that the thought of the ego arising in normal
    • not a reality; for realities do not vanish as the idea of the
    • say: In the idea of the ego there is no reality, but the idea
    • idea of the ego at the present moment. Ultimately it is
    • havoc in our ideas, and to some extent lays waste our states
    • the body. Thus our ordinary intelligence gives us some idea
    • ideals, ideas, even with mere concepts, flashes through our
    • harmony with our enthusiasm for ideals. Because of our wrong
    • idea of repeated earthly lives held good. At the same time
    • ideal of evolution, and we have to admit: As a child I had to
    • certainly not be in sympathy with it — that many ideals
    • Science, however, this idea can be transformed. Before our
    • strength to the ideal of eternity.
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    • up in the soul against the idea. One impulse may be expressed
    • the idea of reincarnation. The second arises from a sense of
    • contained in the idea of reincarnation and in that of karma
    • future. If we do not take eternity as an abstract idea, but
    • in the outer world can I derive the idea of the ego, yet it
    • idea that the thought of the ego arising in normal
    • not a reality; for realities do not vanish as the idea of the
    • say: In the idea of the ego there is no reality, but the idea
    • idea of the ego at the present moment. Ultimately it is
    • havoc in our ideas, and to some extent lays waste our states
    • the body. Thus our ordinary intelligence gives us some idea
    • ideals, ideas, even with mere concepts, flashes through our
    • harmony with our enthusiasm for ideals. Because of our wrong
    • idea of repeated earthly lives held good. At the same time
    • ideal of evolution, and we have to admit: As a child I had to
    • certainly not be in sympathy with it — that many ideals
    • Science, however, this idea can be transformed. Before our
    • strength to the ideal of eternity.
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    • bottom it was in a very egoistic way that these ideas of
    • say that the ideas of reincarnation and karma of themselves
    • what, he deserved in a previous one. Even the ideas of
    • introduce ideas such as those of reincarnation and karma
    • karma become unethical — anti-ethical — ideas.
    • is what many people did actually get out of the ideas of
    • of conceiving even such ideas as those of reincarnation and
    • effect, the gift for getting to a real idea of freedom is
    • freedom as an idea the Europeans can form the loftiest
    • get the clear-cut European idea of freedom, so, the European
    • there is no possibility, politically, of realising this idea
    • fundamental ideas which must inspire the thought and feeling
    • instance, understands the grand idea of the Greek
    • ideals, and must get to the clear perception of realities.
    • of itself engendered an understanding of the idea of freedom.
    • founding freedom, ideally, spiritually. Only, Europe must
    • could be effective as an ideal. For years, we have had it
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    • bottom it was in a very egoistic way that these ideas of
    • say that the ideas of reincarnation and karma of themselves
    • what, he deserved in a previous one. Even the ideas of
    • introduce ideas such as those of reincarnation and karma
    • karma become unethical — anti-ethical — ideas.
    • is what many people did actually get out of the ideas of
    • of conceiving even such ideas as those of reincarnation and
    • effect, the gift for getting to a real idea of freedom is
    • freedom as an idea the Europeans can form the loftiest
    • get the clear-cut European idea of freedom, so, the European
    • there is no possibility, politically, of realising this idea
    • fundamental ideas which must inspire the thought and feeling
    • instance, understands the grand idea of the Greek
    • ideals, and must get to the clear perception of realities.
    • of itself engendered an understanding of the idea of freedom.
    • founding freedom, ideally, spiritually. Only, Europe must
    • could be effective as an ideal. For years, we have had it
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    • light of our ideas, must fundamentally point out.
    • idea of the appearance of a scholar or a pedant.
    • to me than my own special type.’ He had formed an idea
    • idea at all.
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    • light of our ideas, must fundamentally point out.
    • idea of the appearance of a scholar or a pedant.
    • to me than my own special type.’ He had formed an idea
    • idea at all.
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • vivid idea of what took place during the old Moon-evolution,
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    • vivid idea of what took place during the old Moon-evolution,
  • Title: Lecture: Manifestations of the Unconscious
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    • notions and ideas, it will become more and more evident that
    • insist that the spiritual investigator simply brings ideas
    • in grasping chains of ideas, a certain love of inner,
    • ideas which he then uses to describe some imagined spiritual
    • then an idea occurs to her. ‘There is a pickled
    • anything whatever to do with the idea of the cooking and the
    • present moral ideas and moral reproaches in concrete
    • sense — how one idea or mental picture is related to
    • ideas of genuine Imagination. He knows that with his soul he
    • The ordinary process of ideation (Vorstellen) taking
    • function underlies the normal life of ideation arises through
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    • notions and ideas, it will become more and more evident that
    • insist that the spiritual investigator simply brings ideas
    • in grasping chains of ideas, a certain love of inner,
    • ideas which he then uses to describe some imagined spiritual
    • then an idea occurs to her. ‘There is a pickled
    • anything whatever to do with the idea of the cooking and the
    • present moral ideas and moral reproaches in concrete
    • sense — how one idea or mental picture is related to
    • ideas of genuine Imagination. He knows that with his soul he
    • The ordinary process of ideation (Vorstellen) taking
    • function underlies the normal life of ideation arises through
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    • conceptions of the birth of truly spiritual ideas and ways of
    • with a bleakness of which modern humanity has little idea.
    • ideal to be regained, but permeated then with everything that
    • this ideal can be felt by warm human hearts: ‘Become
    • inasmuch as we feel this to be an ideal, it shines before us
    • must have some idea of the kind of life led by simple folk in
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    • conceptions of the birth of truly spiritual ideas and ways of
    • with a bleakness of which modern humanity has little idea.
    • ideal to be regained, but permeated then with everything that
    • this ideal can be felt by warm human hearts: ‘Become
    • inasmuch as we feel this to be an ideal, it shines before us
    • must have some idea of the kind of life led by simple folk in
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    • connect Buddhism, among other things, with the idea of reincarnation.
    • the history of Western spiritual life should tell us that the idea of
    • culture we find that Lessing had a magnificent conception of the idea
    • the idea of reincarnation neither from ancient tradition, nor from
    • Buddhism, for the idea of reincarnation arises of necessity from an
    • the idea of repeated earthly lives, for to understand the essence of
    • closely interwoven, he should have evolved the idea that this descent
    • increasing life. His soul is then filled with the idea of
    • The idea of fruitful growth proceeds from wisdom. Gazing into the
    • ideas have arisen as to the meaning of “Nirvana.” One who
    • form an idea of the realm entered by one who has been liberated from
    • to have a false idea of history.
    • Buddhism, and his ideas assumed a Buddhistic colouring.
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    • connect Buddhism, among other things, with the idea of reincarnation.
    • the history of Western spiritual life should tell us that the idea of
    • culture we find that Lessing had a magnificent conception of the idea
    • the idea of reincarnation neither from ancient tradition, nor from
    • Buddhism, for the idea of reincarnation arises of necessity from an
    • the idea of repeated earthly lives, for to understand the essence of
    • closely interwoven, he should have evolved the idea that this descent
    • increasing life. His soul is then filled with the idea of
    • The idea of fruitful growth proceeds from wisdom. Gazing into the
    • ideas have arisen as to the meaning of “Nirvana.” One who
    • form an idea of the realm entered by one who has been liberated from
    • to have a false idea of history.
    • Buddhism, and his ideas assumed a Buddhistic colouring.
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    • by the soul and Spirit. Mystical and theosophical ideas may evolve
    • free of the body, but such ideas can never serve the concrete
    • astral body and Ego. And yet they have no idea what a wonderful
    • we have healthy ideas of the Spirit — ideas that are full of
    • man that the idea arising within you suggests the worth, the essence
    • have developed extraordinary ideas about illness. On the one side we
    • false ideas of true Anthroposophical Spiritual Science and there may
    • perhaps once a fortnight, goes through the school and has no idea how
    • the doctor — the layman can form an intelligent idea of
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    • by the soul and Spirit. Mystical and theosophical ideas may evolve
    • free of the body, but such ideas can never serve the concrete
    • astral body and Ego. And yet they have no idea what a wonderful
    • we have healthy ideas of the Spirit — ideas that are full of
    • man that the idea arising within you suggests the worth, the essence
    • have developed extraordinary ideas about illness. On the one side we
    • false ideas of true Anthroposophical Spiritual Science and there may
    • perhaps once a fortnight, goes through the school and has no idea how
    • the doctor — the layman can form an intelligent idea of
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    • Christ. The first signs are already visible. The ideas of Divine
    • revealed to us merely in its outer aspect. Cosmic ideas are
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    • Christ. The first signs are already visible. The ideas of Divine
    • revealed to us merely in its outer aspect. Cosmic ideas are
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    • though it was, of the reality of concepts and ideas. Electricity,
    • ideas, but in accordance with reality, we would come across the fact
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    • though it was, of the reality of concepts and ideas. Electricity,
    • ideas, but in accordance with reality, we would come across the fact
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    • still preserved at least some idea of why this was so. He wondered
    • Gnostic ideas may be expressed spatially; the role of time as an idea
    • dramatic performances, did they begin to form an idea of what took
    • Skulls. It was there that the Easter Mystery arose, and the idea of
    • you will find this extraordinary idea of the
    • the book), one would have some idea of the way the Christ lived in
    • the physical body. The Jesus idea, which is expressed fully only in
    • the Jesus child, unites with the Christ idea, which is fulfilled when
    • coalescence of the Jesus idea and the Christ idea. This is the
    • seems to me a good idea to cultivate among us and to experience the
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    • still preserved at least some idea of why this was so. He wondered
    • Gnostic ideas may be expressed spatially; the role of time as an idea
    • dramatic performances, did they begin to form an idea of what took
    • Skulls. It was there that the Easter Mystery arose, and the idea of
    • you will find this extraordinary idea of the
    • the book), one would have some idea of the way the Christ lived in
    • the physical body. The Jesus idea, which is expressed fully only in
    • the Jesus child, unites with the Christ idea, which is fulfilled when
    • coalescence of the Jesus idea and the Christ idea. This is the
    • seems to me a good idea to cultivate among us and to experience the
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    • ideas about the physical and bodily with comparative ease, for it is
    • his ideas of it comparatively easily. He can use all that space with
    • its three dimensions gives to him, in forming his ideas about things
    • concrete idea of how the one works upon the other. We have
    • the 19th Century, when the ideas of
    • arrive at the same idea in a somewhat different way. Suppose you were
    • The World as Will and Idea,
    • There is something unreal in the Idea, says Schopenhauer. The Will
    • alone has reality. Why did Schopenhauer arrive at the idea that the
    • wish to gain an idea of our being of soul-and-spirit
    • inner nature and essence. An idea that remains at rest will not
    • suffice. No idea that remains at rest within itself can reproduce the
    • essence of the soul. You need an idea with an inner activity of its
    • accustomed only to form spatial ideas. Hence they would like to have
    • spatial ideas — however diluted — of the soul's nature. But
    • such ideas we gain a deeper insight too into the human form and
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    • ideas about the physical and bodily with comparative ease, for it is
    • his ideas of it comparatively easily. He can use all that space with
    • its three dimensions gives to him, in forming his ideas about things
    • concrete idea of how the one works upon the other. We have
    • the 19th Century, when the ideas of
    • arrive at the same idea in a somewhat different way. Suppose you were
    • The World as Will and Idea,
    • There is something unreal in the Idea, says Schopenhauer. The Will
    • alone has reality. Why did Schopenhauer arrive at the idea that the
    • wish to gain an idea of our being of soul-and-spirit
    • inner nature and essence. An idea that remains at rest will not
    • suffice. No idea that remains at rest within itself can reproduce the
    • essence of the soul. You need an idea with an inner activity of its
    • accustomed only to form spatial ideas. Hence they would like to have
    • spatial ideas — however diluted — of the soul's nature. But
    • such ideas we gain a deeper insight too into the human form and
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    • this way it is possible to form some idea of the appearance
    • Some idea of the methods applied and of the manner in which research
    • which, according to the ideas of geology (conceived and expressed precisely
    • to ideas prevailing at the present time — have been on
    • few preconceived ideas want to build up a world-conception. But a
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    • this way it is possible to form some idea of the appearance
    • Some idea of the methods applied and of the manner in which research
    • which, according to the ideas of geology (conceived and expressed precisely
    • to ideas prevailing at the present time — have been on
    • few preconceived ideas want to build up a world-conception. But a
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    • the next few days to pursue our ideas further and to develop them in
    • record of how many fundamentally original thoughts and ideas at the present
    • past. He who grasps this idea will no longer seek for wonders in the
    • Ahriman. When we form ideas with regard to our desires and wishes:
    • is placed in the middle. Ideas belonging to the time when
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    • the next few days to pursue our ideas further and to develop them in
    • record of how many fundamentally original thoughts and ideas at the present
    • past. He who grasps this idea will no longer seek for wonders in the
    • Ahriman. When we form ideas with regard to our desires and wishes:
    • is placed in the middle. Ideas belonging to the time when
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    • eines idealistischen Positivismus»,
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    • sie sich gewöhnen, Ideale aufzufassen, und da gleitet man dann
    • sprechen hatte man bis dahin, daß man eigentlich als Ideal des
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    • höchsten Ideale erfüllen für ein tadelloses Schulwesen
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    • keine moralischen Ideale, wenn wir angewiesen wären, uns nur
    • Gemüte für ein Ideal entbrennen können, das uns nicht
    • sein. Wir müssen die Ideale nicht von außen in die
    • architektonischen Ideale und so weiter sind in der Verstandes- oder
    • moralische Bewußtsein, das sind Ideale, moralische,
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    • idealistisches Volk dagegen ist ein solches, welches dem Zeitgeiste
    • mehr eine Nuance nach dem Idealismus hin gibt.
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    • Ideale aus solchen Erkenntnissen heraus bilden müssen; wir
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    • Fühlens und der geisteswissenschaftlichen Ideale.
    • Ideal fassen, dasjenige beizutragen zu dem gemeinsamen Ziele —
    • geisteswissenschaftlichen Ideal. je mehr wir dieses leben, desto
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    • wish to form an idea of that soul-disposition which a man must have
    • it in concepts, or to form concepts and ideas on it; it is far more
    • difficult to form an idea, except for one who has taken the trouble,
    • ideas than anything else: space ceases! It no longer has any meaning
    • very difficult for man to imagine this to-day, because his ideas
    • what we have to attain; we must be able to transform the ideas we
    • intellectual ideas. These latter owe their existence to a much later
    • on Jacob Boehme, and try to obtain a correct idea of how helpless a
    • And in doing so we shall see that there too we come to ideas which
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    • concepts and ideas through which we may reach those strange and
    • sacrifice on the altar of the universe; if this becomes a living idea
    • the Sun, we must again first form an idea by which we can imagine the
    • accurate idea of this virtue of giving. Let us bring home to our mind
    • with an idea. Such an idea will always produce in us a distinct
    • feeling. One has the best impression of such an idea if one thinks of
    • Art, where the idea has an urge to master colour or form in some way
    • Anyone who has an idea and feels that he can give it forth for the
    • creative idea in the mind of the artist, and how it imprints itself
    • Christ-Being when we grasp the idea of the bestowing virtue, the
    • the dim idea that can stir in a human soul on hearing such an
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    • of evolution we must acquire a definite idea from the following.
    • and desires, and renouncing all idea of satisfying them.
    • in mind the idea of resignation or renunciation which we have to-day
    • through that of the Sun, so that there too we have the idea of the
    • Time and Eternity is so faintly perceptible that our ideas and words
    • forth in that word or idea, what at the most can flow forth in the
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    • In what meets us as air and at any rate, to our ideas, seems to
    • the regions referred to, both conceptions and ideas slip into use
    • knows what I suffer,” if we wish to convey an idea of the
    • concepts and ideas on the subject. But if his earlier experience had
    • an idea of what was attained in the Cosmos at this stage if we once more
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    • we carry these observations further, another idea is necessary. That is
    • it, he does not thereby contradict what we have said about the idea
    • create a connecting link between these ideas and those brought before
    • the impression of a presented sacrifice. We can form a clear idea of
    • picture the feelings of such Beings, you will have an idea of what may
    • corresponding to a reality. I want you to hold clearly to the idea we
    • the idea that effects such as those produced by Christianity could be
    • necessary, and if we are thoroughly to enter into the various ideas
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    • Christian Rosenkreutz. The Christian idea, having been
    • renouncing all idea of satisfying them. False asceticism.
    • dull egoism comes variety with fluidic ideas and picture
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    • position to carry out the idea of a building in Munich it must be
    • theosophical movement we have to look upon the occult ideal as the
    • from this she formed the idea that Christ had never lived at all,
    • two are conflicting ideas!’ No, we must not allow it to be said
    • that these are two different ideas; we must emphasise, even on the
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    • wish to form an idea of that soul-disposition which a man must have
    • concepts, or to form concepts and ideas on it; it is far more
    • difficult to form an idea, except for one who has taken the trouble,
    • ideas than anything else: space ceases! It no longer has any meaning
    • ideas themselves flow in time. On Saturn no thought is before or
    • we have to attain; we must be able to transform the ideas we receive
    • intellectual ideas. These latter owe their existence to a much
    • correct idea of how helpless a man is who writes an intellectual
    • And in doing so we shall see that there too we come to ideas which
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    • and ideas through which we may reach those strange and distant
    • living idea permeating our soul, it will gradually lead to the
    • Sun, we must again first form an idea by which we can imagine the
    • idea of this virtue of giving. Let us bring home to our mind the
    • idea; such an idea may produce in us a distinct perception of
    • self-creative. Anyone who has an idea and feels that he can give it
    • think of this creative idea in the mind of the artist, and how it
    • their conception to the idea of the sacrificial incense pouring
    • the Christ-being when we grasp the idea of the bestowing virtue, the
    • idea that can stir in a human soul on hearing such an account, when
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    • actual conditions of development we must acquire a definite idea from
    • renouncing all idea of satisfying them. Suppose a man has made up his
    • we bear in mind the idea of resignation or renunciation which we just
    • we have the idea of the Thrones or Spirits of Will sacrificing to the
    • Time and Eternity is so faintly perceptible that our ideas and words
    • trying to burst forth in that word or idea, what at the most can flow
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    • our ideas, seems to reveal so little of its spiritual nature, we have
    • the regions referred to, both conceptions and ideas slip into use
    • knows what I suffer,’ if we wish to convey an idea of the
    • different concepts and ideas on the subject. But if his earlier
    • We can form an idea of
    • but as ideas. We can best picture these to ourselves by the ideas
    • that a man has when he dreams; the fluidic ideas that succeeding one
    • that; but it is able to take in the transitory idea of the other
    • Soul, drowning, silencing the longing for ideas while he yearned for
    • an end to this search for ideas — the greater the yearning, the
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    • these observations further, another idea is necessary. That is the
    • satisfaction only in the advance of that world of ideas which we have
    • thereby contradict what we have said about the idea of wondering; for
    • between this idea and those brought before our minds in the last
    • clear idea of what this implies, if we think symbolically of the more
    • feelings of such Beings, you will have an idea of what may be called:
    • to a reality. I want you to hold clearly to the idea we have just
    • world's development, the idea that effects such as these produced by
    • necessary, and if we are thoroughly to enter into the various ideas
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    • and moral ideals can be so simply fulfilled as in the sense of the
    • and to use it for his warlike deeds. Modern ideas now consider these
    • — what the purest ideal of India demands, for European
    • immigrations from the North. Brave, warlike, filled with the ideal of
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    • as ideals and patterns, as leaders or chiefs, they were those who
    • things which Buddhism introduced into Asiatic life was the idea that
    • the plan of caste divisions, but rather upon the idea of the equality
    • highest ideal that part of the teaching of Buddha which we have just
    • ideals manifested in Francis of Assisi. Certainly what I have said
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    • pupils of the Mysteries whose highest ideal was gradually to
    • only possible to gain the true idea when the human being, standing in
    • But the idea
    • reverently that the ideas imparted to us are really something divine,
    • ideal of wisdom.” He named it with a word which was in
    • principle, a lofty anthroposophical ideal. The moral evolution within
    • the movement will have enough to do if the moral ideal of truth is
    • thought, felt and perceived in all directions, for this ideal must be
    • developed, which perceives temperance as a guiding ideal not merely
    • wisdom as transformed temperance. The ideal of practical wisdom which
    • post-Atlantean age, will be the ideal virtue which Plato calls
    • the mental vision of humanity as an ideal of the most distant future.
    • Anthroposophy the idea of karma will have to enter into human
    • Through the idea of karma man must also learn to recognise that he
    • of human evolution. How far removed man still is from this ideal we
    • consciously accepts the idea of karma, is something which might also
    • find how fruitful these ideas can be if you work them out further. As
    • before us not merely an abstract ideal of universal brotherhood, which
    • this ideal Being shall be actualised, and that we shall be united
    • your own minds many ideas which have been broached. In this way we
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    • standpoint of the Idealists of the nineteenth century —
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    • can get an idea of what had taken place in this soul, and of
    • comply with such a request. Not that the world of ideas
    • within me. This world of ideas is presented in my
    • this world of ideas as I am doing today and so to make it the
    • this world of ideas such as can be achieved only after many
    • idealistic view of the world. Under the influence of this
    • ideas to be divine, but the whole human spirit-personality.
    • such an idea from out of our ego. We strike a body and it
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    • counterfeit idea of materialism, an idea in which spiritual
    • idea of the process, let us picture the course of some nerve
    • front of you and you have no idea that it is a mirror, you
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    • prevent certain ideas that are at variance with the truth
    • religion to refute the idea that when an old man or an infant
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    • when we fill our will with ideals, when we unfold noble,
    • consequence is that the idealistic side of his will actually
    • The most sublime ideals assume a sensuous character. I would
    • thinking, into his ideals, what he otherwise knows as
    • sensuous instincts into his idealised will. And then the
    • suddenly appears in idealistic natures, makes men egotists
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    • “imperative” or “insistent” ideas
    • These ideas arise in people whose consciousness is not adjusted
    • due strength of will is lacking, ideas arise which a man
    • insistent ideas, as they are called.
    • enough to drive down into the subconsciousness the idea once
    • imperative or insistent idea. But the same kind of thing
    • obliged to abandon the idea because we are living in days
    • “fixed idea” would not be the correct
    • or “insistent” idea approximates more closely
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    • modern idealist philosophers equally “occult” but
    • Christ. Son of Man as highest ideal of humanity. How to
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    • Jesus, the Son of Man, the highest ideal of man, as Steiner
    • ideal instead of spitting on Him and reviling Him, who was
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    • ideas that could be understood only through orientalism, but
    • ideas that could be understood by ordinary human reason.
    • stand there as the ideal figure for the whole history of the
    • that the idea of reincarnation arose in modern souls formed a
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    • As a matter of course their ideas differ from those of people
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    • earlier ideas as mere superstition. Such a man would
    • like to be able to retain these ideas, but at the same time
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    • idea of the strength of that spiritual light that shines over
    • personal impact of Krishna, but in the form of ideas —
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    • is not distinguished for its ideas and intellect as are the
    • difficult to come to a clear idea about such matters.
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    • abstract concepts and abstract ideas, out of which the ego of
    • of Beauty, and saw an ideal of human development in the
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    • world conception cannot tolerate the idea that something like
    • this age look for anything behind the outer man? This idea
    • wore on the more any idea at all of the Christ was lost.
    • he is a fictional God, an ideal image. From this point of
    • nature, here is my highest ideal. Here am I, in the form to
    • truth they should have perceived there the highest ideal of
    • use it, is able to grasp spiritual ideas with greater
    • highest ideal. And from this recognition the soul will win
    • ideal that radiates across from Golgotha and shines upon all
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    • something which ought to be, something which is the ideal. Yet no
    • ideals can flow into the laws of nature and how necessity can be made
    • to the senses as a semblance, an illusion, and the world of ideas as
    • ideas and concepts.
    • encompassed by adequate concepts and ideas. But it can be grasped by
    • our concepts and ideas with warmth. We submit only to whatever makes
    • concepts and ideas ice-cold and dry as dust. So we feel especially
    • ideas can only be something that is actually inwardly present. What
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    • ideas and abstractions. These ideas, these abstractions, are most
    • adequately expressed in the spirituality of abstractness and ideas.
    • expressed in clearly defined, sharply contoured concepts and ideas.
    • of those of abstract ideas. There exists a radical contrast between
    • no longer have the faintest idea. People communicated with one
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    • idea of religion today is of something rather general. The concept of
    • and when we read the words they give us a weak, pale idea of all the
    • with their feelings. They were unable merely to take into their ideas
    • description I want to call up in you an idea of what this religion
    • ideas. Human beings have lived in this world of abstract ideas since
    • the fifteenth century. And with this world of abstract ideas, which
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    • sleep into the world in which human ideas and thoughts arise. We feel
    • in hand when we wake up; our body gives us the power of ideas, and in
    • ideas in the normal order of place and time.
    • what Anthroposophy has to say: The ideas and thoughts we know in
    • thoughts and ideas. Just think how dark is all that lives in our
    • impulses of will. If we try to gain an idea of how we accomplish even
    • and bones when we put an idea into realization remains as obscure as
    • of thoughts and ideas. The forms in which soul life expresses itself
    • belong to sleep consciousness. The life of thoughts and ideas and
    • other side. From the facts as they are I want to give you an idea of
    • physical body, its powers of thought and ideas, enter the fray and
    • with ideas and thoughts about the spiritual world, then the flames
    • ordinary materialistic ideas are so prone to saying: I can wait until
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    • our human aspirations and ideals, all the moral purposes we have ever
    • had or are going to have. The question is, why do such ideals and
    • moral impulses, what is the point of our religious ideals, if the
    • impulses and all our religious ideals would benothing but an immense
    • have to say: We human beings grew out of nature and our moral ideals
    • ideals will perish in natural science. Natural science does not allow
    • us to concede that our ideals have an independent, actual, reality.
    • no escape for moral ideals; they would simply be a picture of
    • would be no escape for these ideals if spiritual research could not
    • forever at work in us. But a moral ideal, which can intensify until
    • it becomes a religious ideal, lives in us in quite a different way.
    • the driving forces of moral and religious ideals, they are not
    • mankind. Higher knowledge teaches us that moral ideals live in man
    • for the building up of moral ideals. What is crucial is the manner in
    • comfort ourselves in face of the idea of the death of the earth
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    • describing all this in order to give you an idea of what is to be
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    • the senses as its ideal. We have to take our start from perceiving
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    • it will benecessary to develop certain very precise ideas. The
    • thoughts and ideas which, from now on, ought to enter once again into
    • thoughts and ideas simply flowed into mankind in earliest times, when
    • of the peoples of ancient Greece. You know that the idea of destiny
    • And — think of certain Greek dramas — this idea of
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    • you how the ideas of the Old Testament, which I partly described
    • abstraction with a supersensibly focused, idealized, generalized
    • mankind. Not that this lived in any very clear ideas in Lessing, but
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    • force of ideas living in thoughts. To this we had to add the
    • arise out of the old ideas of a nature filled with soul and, on the
    • ideas. This second stage of his work on
    • ‘Prologue in Heaven’, using ancient ideas about nature,
    • ideas of the spirit in nature, in order to raise the question of
    • corpse of spirit and soul; this corpse of thoughts and ideas must be
    • Ideas
    • feel yourself to be a human being, but this is a very obscure idea.
    • nineties he explored the aspect of moral ideas which we find in the
    • Calderon still has too many heathen and Jewish elements in his ideas
    • intuitive method of seeing the eternal idea, the primeval type, in
    • passages. He wants to be a realist, not an idealist. During the
    • the other.’ These are not the words of an idealist, or of some
    • not only pessimistic idealists who say that Europe is faced with
    • idealist, instead of by someone who considers his feet to be firmly
    • this is not written by an idealist, but by one who shared in bringing
    • who depends on reality that although idealistic demands for a
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    • themselves that the only concepts and ideas free of any superstition
    • reality, nevertheless these concepts and ideas failed, in the long
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    • with the ancient idea of destiny in connection with the wisdom of the
    • and without any idea of destiny. Yet he included these things. This
    • ideas about freedom. I mentioned yesterday that in France the
    • sought the ideas which are necessary in order to speak about the true
    • being of man; these ideas are contained in these letters about
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    • through life. This is because the ideal of freedom striven for in the
    • Europe, on the other hand, came the reaction that the human ideal can
    • strictly logical concepts. The ideal of freedom shone before mankind,
    • but human beings were unable to strive for this ideal of freedom when
    • world had to be sought. It was necessary to hold on to the ideal of
    • inoculating him with an idea. Yet spiritual life, taken quite
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    • that seems idealistic, anything that seems to be a path leading in
    • ideal: “Freedom of the peoples, even the smallest,” and
    • arrogance! For it means that such persons, making use of ideas which
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    • as long as we take it to be reality. It is the ideal of present-day
    • the ideal of natural science. But the vista thus presented to
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    • Gospels. In reality they have no idea even of the original meaning of
    • man of Nazareth” is an ideal even to the theologians. And very
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    • fundamentally new ideas in all that this modern age has
    • produced? New ideas, new conceptions were given by
    • ideas, there is nothing new. Certainly, Darwin made journeys,
    • into an idea. But if you grasp the idea of evolution in its details,
    • as idea, you will find it in the Greek philosopher Anaxagoras.
    • ideas are treasures of the primeval wisdom — springing from a
    • undertake the labor entailed by really new ideas. And humankind today
    • is sorely in need of new ideas, especially concerning the realm and
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    • our consciousness the ideas lying behind what we will, but how
    • a particular idea takes effect in the form of will — of that we
    • know nothing. We do not know how the idea, “I move my
    • of ideas prevail concerning the processes and happenings on the
    • a being not entirely immersed in earthly ideas and prejudices would
    • give you an idea of how a spiritual scientist must regard the
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    • that seems to him idealistic, anything that seems to be a
    • ideal: “Freedom of the peoples, even the
    • persons, making use of ideas which have been presented to
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    • it to be reality. It is the ideal of present-day thinking to
    • external world in the way that is the ideal of natural
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    • In reality they have no idea even of the original meaning of
    • Nazareth” is an ideal even to the theologians. And very
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    • fundamentally new ideas in all that this modern age
    • has produced? New ideas, new conceptions were given
    • in respect of ideas, there is nothing new.
    • on these journeys and gathered it all into an idea. But if
    • you grasp the idea of evolution in its details, as
    • idea, you will find it in the Greek philosopher
    • in the pre-Christian era. These ideas are treasures of the
    • undertake the labour entailed by really new ideas. And
    • mankind to-day is sorely in need of new ideas, especially
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    • True, he has in his consciousness the ideas lying behind what
    • he wills, but how a particular idea takes effect in
    • not know how the idea, “I move my arm”, is
    • kind of ideas prevail concerning the processes and happenings
    • entirely immersed in earthly ideas and prejudices would find
    • endeavouring to give you an idea of how a spiritual scientist
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    • The positive effect of moral ideals and ideas and the negative effect
    • of theoretical ideas on the four organisms. The materialistic
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    • and has no idea what happens when it concerns itself with a
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    • idea today is that there are about seventy to eighty
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    • The ideal
    • specific case. I will construct quite an idealistic
    • the idea of a medicament has an effect, and it works. But it
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    • that we must first acquire the ideas that are needed in the
    • world, ideas and concepts are needed that are quite contrary
    • to adopt chemical ideas and to look at the human being as if
    • here. It may be an ideal in your life of feeling, but it can
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    • dear friends. Naturally, my idea of this work is not that
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    • him some idea about the nature of the foodstuffs: so it is
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    • times quite a different idea prevailed of man's nature.
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    • these things one should realize that the imaginative idea
    • must be true, and that the present-day ideas which one brings
    • this idea today that there is an infinite space which has
    • stars scattered in it. Now, to proceed from such an idea
    • all kinds of ideas about the way the cosmos is constituted.
    • we arrive at an imagination through the idea which our head
    • the idea of empty space is pure nonsense. Space has different
    • very important idea, and its pathological, therapeutic
    • the idea that if I look at the solid human being I arrive at
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    • organism itself. The general idea is that, as a physical
    • contrast to the impulses of thought and ideation which are
    • abstract ideas of this interpenetration; we will reach a
    • result only if we can evolve a concrete idea of our
    • the human being without preconceived ideas, we acquire
    • that its ideas and mental pictures come to us in definite
    • dreamless sleep, in which ideas and thought-pictures become
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    • perceptions and ideas, we are led to the dream-consciousness
    • and only then the moral ideals well up within. And when, as
    • the graveyard of all moral ideals. They will have vanished.
    • ideal, for the ideal of generosity, of freedom, of goodness,
    • ideals. But nobody can conceive that the enthusiasm which
    • moral ideal, this enthusiasm has an effect upon the warmth
    • as an example, we may say: Moral ideals come to expression in
    • moral ideals, but one becomes organically warmer as well
    • instruments. Moral ideals, then, have a stimulating,
    • moral ideal — stimulation of the warmth organism. There
    • soul is fired by a moral ideal.
    • in us. Warmth, quickened by a moral ideal, works in turn upon
    • imparted to the air organism, so that moral ideals which have
    • can be fired with enthusiasm for moral ideals, for moral
    • warmth organism by moral ideals, produces in the air organism
    • not produced in the air organism through the moral ideal, but
    • moral ideas — be it that they attracted you merely as
    • ideas, or that you saw them coming to expression in others,
    • moral ideals — all this goes down into the air organism
    • thus produced in us through moral ideals, or through the
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    • how in the human being the two great ideals, freedom
    • ask: How is the ideal, the highest ideal, to be attained in
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    • carbohydrates different again. But science has no idea of the
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    • sciences have no idea at all of these things. When anaemia is caused by a
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    • arsenic? In most cases it is for reasons of vanity! They have an idea
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    • As an ideal, then, for
    • express the idea, not only is a child born: something is born in the
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    • public men whose word is law would undoubtedly be amused at the idea
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    • and that the idea of matter is a lie; only when we recognize Mephistopheles
    • placed. There the idea was, I and Father Abraham are one. That is what
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    • idea by means of the John and the Luke Gospels we find spiritual love
    • shall have filled man's innermost thoughts, his innermost ideas and
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    • it that way, even when they consider themselves idealists. There is
    • who refuses to consider the idea that a psycho-spiritual principle underlies
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    • Modern Bible critics resent the idea of a divine being dwelling in Jesus
    • and the form in which its ideas were presented. In Persia, “Ahura
    • that everything in Christianity rests upon the idea of the Resurrection,
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    • This stands for the idea that at the beginning of Earth evolution
    • scientist can naturally not understand the idea that the laws governing
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    • ideas, thoughts, sensations, feelings, and it dwells in the etheric
    • of expressing the idea of progress in the evolution of mankind. The
    • that was held up to men as a lofty ideal to strive for. Failure to harmonize
    • ideal of inner compensation and to lead them out of sin to salvation.
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    • in data and observations it became ever poorer in ideas, until finally
    • ideal striven for today is a mechanical, mechanistic explanation of the
    • of ideas from altogether different sources; and consequently the scientists
    • has not grown richer in ideas. Far more alive, loftier, grander are
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    • in him. What Christ did, then, was to teach the idea of reincarnation,
    • been a mere matter of empty concepts and ideas, but rather, of truths,
    • concepts, and ideas capable of springing from our soul as living forces
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    • armed with all the concepts and ideas enabling us to refute
    • Herbartian point of view, namely, that ideas form
    • psychic character run from one idea to another.” He
    • indicate sections of the brain but complexes of ideas. But
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    • not remain a mere idea. At least in our imagination —
    • human cognition and have no idea of its kinship to our
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    • logic of Aristotle; "nous" of Anaxagoras; "idea" of Plato; Logos
    • idea of how far one can penetrate into the nature of such a
    • orientation towards abstract concepts, ideas, and a feeling,
    • soul life because of it. The word content and the ideal,
    • of “ideas,” but yet it is obvious — for
    • the idea spiritually and full of content. As they spoke of
    • the idea, it still contained something of what had earlier
    • people already drew closer to the idea that is grasped as a
    • transition to the idea, but without any remnant of the
    • ancient word concept in grasping this idea. As people spoke
    • Plato, on the other hand, we find the idea as the
    • this idea. Fundamentally, Aristotle did nothing but separate
    • still appears as a most comprehensive, ideally spiritualized
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    • material way, not to penetrate Christianity with ideas of
    • documents call forth almost completely false ideas of what
    • the ordinary ideas concerning the preceding centuries. Yet,
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    • what the Greeks possessed of ideas concerning the
    • Greek ideas were not abstract ideas
    • up into abstraction. These Greek ideas still originated from
    • power of vision. These living Greek ideas still imbued a
    • participated in a realm of ideas that was basically a
    • illness, and from its ancient ideas it produced what, I would
    • what appeared at its height in the Platonic idea. There
    • Platonic ideas, the last glorious remnant of the ancient
    • Greek ideas did appear, and Greek thinking constantly sensed
    • of mankind — who had an idea of how matters really stood.
    • by the highest wisdom and the most daring feeling. Such ideas
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    • creations and ideas devoid of content. The
    • is the other negation, or rather idea devoid of content. This
    • could he give substance to the idea of repeated earth lives.
    • century and to arrive at an idea of what had occurred in
    • because he could not attain to the idea of
    • next one. Thus arose in him the empty idea of the return of
    • the human being the true idea of himself. Through the
    • people do not even have an idea of how deeply they are
    • the human being, find the only true impulse of the idea of
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    • remote subject, as I said, we must acquire a more exact idea
    • connected certain ideas with the numbers one, two, three,
    • elementary idea of this matter, let me outline the following.
    • we gradually come to the idea that measure actually has to do
    • longer has any idea that he produces geometry because
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    • we see the bloated ideas of mysticism, of world views and
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    • eighteenth century. We note that the ideals,
    • Europe did absorb something of abstract revolutionary ideas.
    • more elementary way even though a great variety of ideas were
    • But next to it stands this other idea that I have referred to
    • ideas have to be considered nonsense. We live in an age when
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    • idea to tie in with Russianism, particularly with the element
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    • that the Greeks still perceived their ideas and concepts in
    • something conceptual and ideal — were not perceptions
    • but ideas, Goethe replied that in this case he saw
    • his ideas just as he saw external perceptions around him.
    • and bestowed on them their world of ideas. It vanished in the
    • their world of ideas. In the darkness of night, they felt
    • bereft of their ideas. When they looked up at the sky, which
    • them the world of ideas with which the human being is
    • scientific culture. People have no idea that they belong not
    • take earthly life today as the basis of our ideas and
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    • have the remotest idea of the appalling earthly destiny they
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    • world: Ideal World
    • our present-day language the ideal world. The ideal is
    • abstract ideas but angels, archangels, and so forth. He
    • idea of how to think with the etheric body, the body that, as
    • we consider what appears in the second chapter as the ideal
    • however, is not the case, That ideal world actually is
    • identical with a true idea of what appears in the ancient
    • already paled into the world of ideals and ideas due to a
    • ideal world and is clearly discernible in Scotus Erigena goes
    • way. He would have had even more alive concepts of the ideal
    • into the heights. It became the ideal world, finally the
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    • idea Scotus Erigena brings up as an ancient legacy, as a kind
    • the image, of the deity. People today no longer have any idea
    • God. He saw a world of ideals behind nature; he saw certain
    • idea that an angel is comprehending something within him. He
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    • ideas that had been retained from earlier times — from
    • and ancient living ideas, and Julian Apostate resolved to
    • we have seen, the Greeks struggled with this idea. The
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    • true idealism has become feeble in our time, particularly in
    • great difference whether ideals are or are not embodied in
    • upon to assimilate the idealistic concepts of pure thinking.
    • idealistic, spiritual significance in the words used around
    • materialistic age when religious ideas too have lost their
    • latter have denied them idealism in speech and the intimation
    • ideals.
    • however, it was the very year of the death of true idealism.
    • ideals. And when Schiller is introduced to youth today with
    • nebulous, so-called idealisms which are only shams, cropping
    • life he understands the ideal content of what is expressed by
    • divisions and ideal are concerned with purely material life,
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    • available. So in his subconsciousness the idea arose: I ought
    • ideas before you and what he says may be impeccably logical.
    • least significant of his ideas. This is particularly obvious
    • entails development of the will. The concepts and ideas
    • without inner effort, without absorbing ideas such as those
    • passive ideas which stream to him from the outer world, but
    • the life of ideas too, with inner activity, with the
    • will to any combination of ideas, he immediately thinks: That
    • the ideas. — This is because he is afraid to shape his
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    • fanciful idea that behind the world of the senses are the
    • abstract ideal of a Divinity are still able to influence
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    • inevitably become a great cemetery. All moral ideals
    • ideas.
    • ideas came from the Gods. That was in the days when the
    • man — including, of course, moral ideas. At that time
    • it and so has to accommodate himself to the idea. It is still
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    • traditional religious ideas which they no longer understand
    • content themselves with these ideas. When a man pursues any
    • particular science he generally has no idea, when he begins
    • traditions, while the modern ideas which are only dead,
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    • urgent need today to develop concepts and ideas that
    • idea of the trichotomy of man necessary for an
    • and the moral world order. Moral ideas emasculated
    • the world. Faith must lift our moral ideas to a new
    • and botany. His perception of the “Idea
    • order to establish spiritual relationships. The idea of
    • Stoic philosophy and the idea of a league of nations.
    • This idea revived by Kant. Brooks Adams’ book,
    • ideas. Discussion of Kjellen's book The State as
    • individualism. His conflicting ideas. He defends the
    • Aristotle's idea of immortality. Mankind today
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    • endeavour to ensure that the concepts, ideas and
    • strive for ideas that are steeped in reality. In the matter
    • superfluous to remind you that an idea may be true in a
    • course what we really mean by ideas steeped in reality will
    • of such ideas by means of simple analogies. I propose
    • the unreality of ideas today because, as you will see later,
    • presents certain ideas which seem absurd to modern man,
    • willing to tolerate theoretically the idea that the present
    • religion there were repeated attempts to suppress the idea of
    • be ignored, otherwise the old ideas of the tripartite
    • progressively to eliminate the idea of the spirit. When we
    • reply. He had no idea that this was the consequence of the
    • Rome to reject the idea of trichotomy.
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    • should like to remind you that this idea of trichotomy forms
    • idea forms the nucleus of the whole book. I quote the relevant
    • to define clearly this idea of trichotomy. For by laying
    • special, even decisive emphasis upon this idea we are really
    • central theme of our study. I have shown how the idea of the
    • the West. I mentioned that the idea of the spirit was
    • development of religious ideas and sentiments, but left a
    • slightest interest in philosophical ideas, sees everywhere
    • the effects of the proscription of the idea of the spirit.
    • permeated with this idea of trichotomy.
    • doubt that this idea of man's threefold nature has been
    • Mystery of Golgotha, and it was with the help of his ideas
    • interpret his ideas as implying that through all eternity the
    • grasp this idea, for the style of Aristotle is economical to
    • actively interested in these ideas, in so far as they stemmed
    • accept the idea that the spiritual part of the soul was a
    • Brentano asks, if he rejected this idea? And he believed that
    • Aristotle was right to accept this idea. There was only a
    • idea of reincarnation. It is a strange phenomenon, both
    • resolutely strove to clarify his ideas about creationism and
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    • idea of faith with the conception which Christ Jesus
    • idea or to awaken knowledge. He who possesses faith shall be
    • “trust” appear, they are associated with the idea
    • grasp this idea. Those who have made a careful study of the
    • in the right way the idea of faith referred to above:
    • a clear idea of what is meant by the expression: the Mystery
    • the idea I want you to grasp. What did John the Baptist do?
    • generalized human ideal. The age of
    • light. Dewar put forward this idea a few years ago in a
    • have very confused ideas about history and historical
    • differently constituted. Hence people have no idea of the
    • must realize that Aristotle's ideas were not far
    • physical or corporeal, then we arrive at the idea of a
    • Universal God, an idea that was known only to the
    • does not easily grasp such ideas and for the most part is
    • order. But think how anaemic has become the idea today that
    • with the modern scientific outlook. But these ideas about
    • moral ideas which man feels to be an integral part of
    • honest, moral ideas are unrelated to the natural order, to
    • Moral ideas have become emasculated. They are powerful enough
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    • great importance to the idea of faith, or trust, as an active
    • extent we acquire our moral ideas in conjunction with these
    • the position today. And in the future our moral ideas will
    • become increasingly impotent. The idea that a deed or an
    • never occur to the modern botanist to apply moral ideas to
    • to anyone who took such an idea seriously. But people did not
    • simple sketch his idea of the metamorphosis of plants, in
    • idea.” Goethe did not really understand this objection
    • and said: “I am glad to hear that I have ideas without
    • could be described as an idea. He maintained that he actually
    • saw his ideas. Goethe, therefore, strove to discover
    • realized that he could not fully communicate his ideas to his
    • metamorphosis. He was attracted by Schelver's idea and
    • But, of course, this was considered to be an absurd idea even
    • modern science can of course make nothing of such ideas, for
    • certain assumptions are necessary before these ideas can be
    • originally destined for immortality. This idea has further
    • for stating a plain truth, for today such ideas will only
    • for years has been accustomed to ideas which provide evidence
    • nothing more than an idea, then I can see my ideas with my
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    • is my idea” or “without the eye there can be no
    • arose that strange idea which flourished especially in the
    • tune with Goethe's idea. I will quote his words once
    • space of time! His ideas are distorted; their meaning is
    • “Weltanshauung” supported the idea that history
    • satisfied his ideal and he was able to accept conversion
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    • because, through the appropriate use of the ideas derived from
    • good idea of what happened at this decisive turning-point in
    • something that is opposed to the leading ideas of the Roman
    • possible for us today to form an idea of the significance of
    • The Christians, for their part, championed the idea that Rome
    • able to form an idea of the attitude towards the Roman empire
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    • accorded with the ideas of Constantine. It was wasted effort
    • describe in detail he lighted upon the idea of utilizing the
    • could not rise to a certain idea because at
    • idea of humanity. When we use this vocable to
    • wish to express the idea that man is spirit and his physical
    • Manichaeans did not cultivate abstract ideas which divorced
    • principle of Manichaeism was to cultivate only those ideas
    • which are consistent with reality. Not that unreal ideas do
    • somewhat nebulous idea of the Christ who had incarnated in
    • evolution. Ideas about Christ have become incredibly vague,
    • take us very far. If Christian ideas are not powerful enough
    • powerful ideas in order to be able to conceive of the
    • emit a blue light and so on. These ideas are the inevitable
    • ideas that in any way echoed Manichaeism were forbidden, i.e.
    • the inclusion of material ideas in spiritual thinking. The
    • clear-cut ideas which could lead to such an understanding.
    • inferior to that of Plato. The idea of a jealous God and a
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    • idea of the ego. Outside the Mysteries the idea of the ego
    • find that their concepts and ideas were informed by an inner
    • try to grasp the ideas of ancient writers with the ordinary
    • communicate their ideas is different from that of normal
    • Hebbel wanted to dramatize this idea but never carried it
    • Understanding in the sense of the accurate grasping of ideas
    • ideas and concepts that he wished to bring to the attention
    • idea of immortality is limited; I realize that after death I
    • meditate upon him, then his concepts and ideas become alive
    • today. The idea of resurrection has then become a living
    • that we believe not only in ideas that belong to the past,
    • but also in the living continuity of ideas. This is connected
    • representations.) Great as Goethe was, his ideas were greater
    • that the form in which ideas first arise in us is not their
    • final form. Believe therefore in the resurrection of ideas!
    • vitally important idea of resurrection as a living force. And
    • upon our firm faith in the Risen Christ and in the idea of
    • world of spiritual ideas. When we study the Eleusinian
    • is referring to the league of nations idea of the Stoa
    • idea and declared it to be a feasible proposition in his
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    • ideas, and especially of those impulses and thoughts which
    • are receptive to the ideas of Spiritual Science and the more
    • here was a person who, as I said, was receptive to the ideas
    • he possessed the ideas or the intellectual grasp which could
    • they say that although Nietzsche had many creative ideas, he
    • prevented him from adopting a critical attitude to the ideas
    • which arose in him. None the less these ideas stemmed from an
    • he does not believe in the capacity of man's ideas and
    • idea of the deeper layers of understanding and knowledge
    • thinks realistically, one demurs, because the idea has no
    • Earth can be compared to an organism. A fruitful idea then
    • into the entire organism of the Earth? Pursuing this idea we
    • political science must be founded on a higher order of ideas,
    • on the ideas of the plant kingdom. We must look to neither
    • higher order of ideas embodied in the plant kingdom, but
    • if you think realistically, you will arrive at the idea of an
    • that must face us if we wish to grasp any idea that is to be
    • fruitful. It is not surprising therefore that ideas which are
    • idea of its cause? No matter how many Wilsonian manifestos
    • powerless to develop ideas which could reconcile and control
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    • significant for those who seek to clarify their ideas about
    • the idea of preestablished harmony. Such visions may describe
    • demonstrate the idea of spiritual influence on purely human
    • no better than the Cartesians; they defended the idea of the
    • the idea of “pre-established harmony”. Swedenborg
    • symbols is different from our response to abstract ideas. The
    • understand and develop ideas and concepts which are necessary
    • for mankind today, ideas which they must acquire by effort
    • before the Mystery of Golgotha to grasp the idea of the
    • immortality of the soul; but the idea of immortality he
    • talking about man in terms of body and soul. This idea of the
    • and the same is true of the man in question. The idea that an
    • with his own foolish ideas — that if those disciplines
    • puts forward a remarkable idea, but neither he, nor others
    • less can they make anything of the other idea which I
    • indicated as a new path to the Christ. This idea which we
    • after the death of Socrates. This idea must be revived again
    • seriously the idea of resurrection. It is through personal
    • it, by some arbitrary association of ideas, the seeing of
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    • thing in the realm of ideas that the outer world does in
    • world of ideas as woven into the rhythm of the airy
    • that becomes active in us in the form of ideas out of the
    • idealistic whim demanding of us to interpret the signs of our
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    • you an idea, asking you to think it through, to make it a
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    • do exist today — strive for such ideals. After all,
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    • the ideas and artistic impulses of that great period which
    • present time to carry in spiritual idealistic soul
    • our ideas into all the single details of life and
    • to follow, the idea of universal human love. Because we
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    • correct idea when he investigated to see if rain worms had a
    • give our present age the correct concepts and ideas for
    • ideas can only be held by people who cannot see human beings,
    • to Karl Christian Plunk. Plunk actually was an Idealist; he
    • spiritual feeling, idealists.
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    • which one can say the following. Here is a person whose ideas
    • can have ideas which go to a certain sphere and then are
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    • high order in yourself. The idea of the 33rd degree, however,
    • in a relatively idealistic spiritual age compared with that
    • eight days I will give you still more concrete ideas about
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    • to obtain an idea of this particular situation, because when
    • ideate it to himself and in an inward way he will come to the
    • understand the 15th, 16th, 17th century, you must get an idea
    • Sophia be erected according to the ideas, directions and laws
    • sort of clairvoyant, because Goethe had come to the idea that
    • some indication that Goethe had this idea. However he does
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    • ideas from spiritual science. Man is continuously changed by
    • establish a quite idealistic philosophy and nevertheless can
    • in it he set forth his ideas as to what represents the best
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    • this word and have a vague idea of it, they are satisfied and
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    • consciousness, he would never have inserted the idea of
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    • is in the first place to take up into our ideas that which is
    • their authority. They get their ideas from some mysterious
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    • ideas which represent the reasons for the resistance factors.
    • Goethe and Schiller, is done so as to cloud over their ideas
    • understanding the ideas of Goethe and Schiller existed even
    • represent them in such a way that as to make their ideas
    • outside world became aware of these ideas which I have
    • about it. They called them unchristian ideas and said: Let us
    • not have those ideas, just have faith in the sort of Christ
    • extraction out of the Imagination of our conscious ideas.
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    • of the predestination and the idea ‘If God wills
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    • great many of the ideas which I have put forth in the public
    • conception idealism appropriate to the times after the
    • very difficult for people to grasp the ideas in this book,
    • the new world conception idealism and that they put the main
    • materialistic Darwinism has the idea that man descended from
    • book in which these ideas are clearly presented. The book
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    • Fruitful political ideas will arise if the previously separated
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    • fourth postAtlantean epoch. Need for inspired ideas on social
    • nature of theosophical ideals and the need for genuine
    • Many ideals far removed from reality. Certain ideas spread in
    • work. Impoverishment of ideas through specialization. Example
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    • the year when Steiner formulated the idea of the threefold
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    • increasing; how does this relate to the idea of repeated
    • develop notions and ideas of the world of the spirit. This is
    • the body during the night and have no idea of anything in the
    • idea of the world of the spirit that is all around us.
    • and ideas that are wholly derived from the physical world. It
    • make it true. The most completely and utterly wrong idea
    • without even a notion of the thoughts and ideas that point to
    • in spiritual thoughts and ideas before they went through the
    • knows the history of ideas of the last decades of the
    • enter into the ideas that apply in the world of politics
    • cannot say that the judgments, ideas and notions to be found
    • remember that the idea of the state as we know it today has
    • history. The present-day idea of a state is no more than four
    • whether it is a good idea to skate on ice when it is only one
    • is to get an idea, a feeling, an inner impulse for the need
    • smash. Finally the adults have an idea as to how they can
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    • idea of this — of which we can say that much will have
    • Parliament being the great ideal in the present day and age,
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    • to realize this, for illusory ideas are a major element in
    • the world and of life have constructed their own ideal of the
    • physical world around them, the only ideal they can possibly
    • can they gain an idea of what Jesus Christ meant when he
    • You can easily put forward ideas of exactly this kind; people
    • ‘Wilsonianism’. For Wilson's ideas are typical of
    • ideas of ‘Wilsonianism’ which make such an
    • implemented. If we were able to implement Wilsonian ideas,
    • Wilson's ideas were to conquer the world we would be able to
    • live according to our ideals.
    • century a peculiar ideal arose, which was to make the world
    • into a perfect image of philistine, or bourgeois, ideals.
    • Wilson's ideas will be analysed one day and presented as
    • have not only small but also big examples of illusory ideas
    • in our time. These illusions and unreal ideas are held not by
    • am Jewish in origin — I have no idea why. This does not
    • clear idea of the seriousness of our work. But again and
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    • in insights and ideas.
    • used to the idea that the world is not made as people would
    • before now, if people had been given an idea of these
    • were able to have the idea, theoretically and on the basis of experiments,
    • endeavour. I think you can easily see that the ideal for the
    • more and more Edisons. This really is the ideal of modern
    • do not want to know, especially if they are modern idealists
    • of ideals are represented by societies today. Programmes are
    • perfect?’ And ‘What better ideal can there be but
    • harmful than belief in absolute ideals, for they are at odds
    • illustrate — is to use certain ideas. And to some
    • extent, ideas from the physical sciences can be used as
    • symbols to illustrate non-physical ideas. Imagine we have a
    • not to consider such ideas today. Just imagine trying to
    • society which is to serve certain ideals: You are now setting
    • up an ideal, but in making it part of the process of
    • are not only no idealist, but a real devil. Why should the
    • ideas based on reality instead of ideas that are one-sided
    • abstractions. Yet they will have to learn to have such ideas,
    • to become used to the idea that progress in civilization will
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    • genius, etc. Franz Brentano creates an idea of genius which
    • differs a great deal from the usual idea. We have to admit
    • that our usual idea of genius tends to be pretty vague, like
    • all the stereotyped ideas people have today. In general terms
    • not agree with the idea of a genius as it has existed until
    • themselves on the primitive ideas of modern science.
    • form an idea; they have to base their ideas on the things
    • ideas like these will be particularly vital in everything
    • especially also the sphere of education. Ideas coming from
    • meetings, or individuals, with old ideas running on like
    • no idea of the demands of our time, but their automatic minds
    • names for anything which is particularly stupid. The ideas
    • really beginning to think in this way. The ideal of the
    • soul; ideas rumbling about which had reality in the Atlantean
    • rumblings in brains emptied of soul are the reason why ideas
    • also reveals the rumblings of outdated ideas, ideas which can
    • future. The institutions and ideas, especially the social
    • ideas people have today, are abstract and crude; they are
    • And because people are not able to have ideas or concepts
    • and ideas to match the complexity of the situation.
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    • means that we are able to form ideas. For the moment we need
    • not reflect on where these ideas come from. The life of
    • find it easiest to get an idea of this if you look at it like
    • the right idea of how your own thoughts relate to the
    • living thoughts when we develop ideas on the basis of what
    • thought corpses which we call our thoughts and ideas. This is
    • unaccustomed idea. Imagine you are lying in bed and it is
    • touch of the idea: I am going to get up now. To repeat, many
    • idea of the true nature of the human being. Apart from the
    • will not achieve this. Today the idea is that we only arrive
    • at our thoughts by reflection. Today the idea is: If human
    • thinking about them. Today the idea is that individuals are
    • something we have to realize, that real and appropriate ideas
    • way of political principles, social structures and ideas will
    • joke. The point is that some ideas mean one thing in the
    • ideas concerning social structures, if one wants to have
    • real, effective political ideas, these must not merely be
    • his book, Saint-Martin presents not merely ideas concerning
    • progress, but also quite specific political ideas. Today,
    • would call them ideas on the political state. His discussions
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    • time do not have a real idea of the true reality, even though
    • body and the blood, for there were definite ideas connected
    • have a real idea of the spirit which lives there. We can see
    • based on truth — though of course it is not a good idea
    • aim is to develop well-regulated ideas of how one should
    • educate. People love the idea of the regulative ideal. They
    • would like to have the image of the ideal teacher and then
    • how to behave if we are constantly aware of the idea of
    • education, people lived with the idea: You are now showing
    • make it the ideal to inculcate the elemental intellect which
    • difficult than working with mere corpses of ideas. Humanity
    • done, unless you consider this. People have no idea today of
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    • weight. Widely used ideas today are ‘the
    • it cannot be decided by using generalized abstract ideas of
    • compared this with the idea that the best way of making sure
    • ideas. And what did he say? Believe it or not, he said:
    • Fundamentally speaking, such ideas are part of the
    • most abstract of abstract ideas which, however, can only be
    • apply such ideas not only to the sphere of life, but also to
    • superior way, juggling with ideas like eternity and
    • enlightened today are often working with old ideas, without
    • good example of the inappropriate ideas people have in the
    • the ideas current in our time to grasp anything that needs to
    • inappropriate idea on which the book is based. This is the
    • incontrovertible ideas will not do if we want to take hold of
    • inappropriate idea? Well, you see, the reason is that the
    • regard to Kjellen's idea, you will always find that it cannot
    • full of concepts and ideas. It is really true what I said
    • is full of concepts and ideas. I also said that abstract
    • ideas are mere corpses of ideas. It can happen that people
    • who only like corpses of ideas will speak and think in them,
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    • have considered all kinds of ideas which may explain the
    • therefore acquired a number of ideas concerning present
    • the autumn of 1879. To have the right idea about these
    • strengthening this idea, especially if you want to make it
    • dressed up as idealism, to say: ‘In terms of eternity,
    • the idea in our minds by using concepts from the material
    • They also develop ideas as to the
    • idea with the other ideas we have characterized today. A time
    • ideas to such an extent that we can progress to a more
    • much admired brilliant ideas and moral impulses —
    • professor who some years ago had an idea that it was not
    • revision of ideas which carried the greatest weight at the
    • of it again. And unless people realize that the old ideas
    • will not get us out of it and that new ideas are needed, the
    • this with the old ideas is barking up the wrong tree. The
    • effort must be made to gain new ideas, and this is only
    • They would not say this, but they will have ideas about
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    • no ideals. On the contrary, it has a great many ideals which,
    • less how it is with the beautiful ideals people talk about so
    • indeed ideals of great value. But the people of today are not
    • kinds of ideals, and yet nothing comes of it. There were
    • certainly plenty of societies with ideals at the beginning of
    • three years have brought those ideals to realization. People
    • some people have not the least idea of the fact that they are
    • to people who have no idea of this and do not want to know of
    • radical ideas are presented in beautiful, poetic language in
    • certain views and ideas which were taking root in people's
    • societies. The ideas entered into the social sphere and
    • perhaps not the book itself, but the ideas on which it was
    • spread ideas like these in such a way in the eighteenth
    • important that the idea that animals were devils should exist
    • in many minds by the time Darwinism came along and the idea
    • numbers of other people had the idea that animals were
    • receiver of an air pump. In the same way, ideas and ideals
    • ideal of many people is to study science and then apply
    • things of the spirit. If this ideal were to be achieved by a
    • had fully achieved his ideal, which was to
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    • like it to be. Their ideas are not incorrect; yet ideas which
    • confusion than completely wrong ideas. They assume simple
    • ideas, so that we can tell many stories about the life shared
    • children with living ideas so that the mysterious hidden
    • people will increasingly have the idea, especially with
    • impoverishment of concepts and ideas have led to the
    • and economic structure and they formed the idea on that
    • basis. Their ideas of this kind did not relate to reality,
    • arrived at such an idea on the basis of their own scientific
    • calamities which result when people's ideas are divorced from
    • regulate according to law, because their ideas are too
    • those ideas.
    • specific consequences. People's limited ideas make them
    • ideas are too limited to encompass the reality of life. As a
    • With his limited ideas he says that the Reformation had
    • experience. But you see, his limited ideas cannot encompass
    • for the same ideas have to be used for quite different
    • things, and there is such a paucity of ideas.
    • political life and other forms of culture, and how our ideas
    • can really come alive and the life of ideas be enriched, how
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    • the ideal way of defining the human being, but it is the
    • may give a general idea of the spirits of darkness, but it
    • beings to develop independent ideas, feelings and impulses
    • then began to instil ideas in human minds that affairs should
    • take control of these habitual ideas. We therefore see
    • is considered idealistic, when in reality it is an early sign
    • of the ideals of race and nation would have been speaking in
    • someone who speaks of the ideal of race and nation and of
    • to be progressive ideals to present to humanity, this is an
    • decline than the propagation of ideals of race, nation and
    • proclamations of national ideals belonging to earlier
    • ahrimanic powers. The true ideal must arise from what we find
    • ideals’ proclaimed by people today. In earlier
    • old ideals can live on is no more intelligent than to think
    • and people would believe it to be highly idealistic. We must
    • experience — it is an idea.’ Goethe's reply was:
    • ‘In that case I have my idea in front of my eyes!’
    • prejudices as new ideals.
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    • — you will find that at no other time were ideas so
    • would have been according to the ideal of the spirits of
    • encounter them and gain a real idea of where they are to be
    • the inclination towards spiritual ideas to develop and all
    • concepts and ideas inside out. This is a serious thing and
    • was the ideal of the spirits of darkness before 1879, and has
    • far-sightedness to ideas which have arisen in a brain as
    • sound too much in opposition to the ideas which have been
    • and not apply to them the concepts and ideas which people have
    • inadequacy and indeed the utter uselessness of the ideas
    • the very ideas which have led to present events when those
    • they have a real idea of the radical difference in the way
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    • we find in all these things the ideas belonging to the end of
    • will moves much more slowly in human evolution than do ideas.
    • theoretical, based on ideas, set people going and made them
    • have never had the least idea that history is still so young
    • is needed to give even people of more mature years an idea of
    • these terms and ideas, but tell the story in such a way that
    • people go on to accept ideas presented to them as they are,
    • instance, their idea of democracy will be like the definition
    • conservative ideas; no, these will not be things of the past,
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    • helst personlig innflytelse, og det største ideal for den
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    • egoist fordi verdensinteressene blir ens egne interesser. Idealet
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    • ether-substantiality — within which thoughts, ideas,
    • ourselves that true and adequate ideas of the spiritual world
    • these ideas of the spiritual world quite differently from
    • heart!’ Some people have the mistaken idea that they must
    • our ideas with the facts in the external world. The facts and objects
    • ideas. The agreement of the images in our thought with the facts or
    • body that this agreement between ideas and external facts can arise
    • this realm is denied him makes it possible for ideas we acquire in
    • our ideas with the outside facts. He should, if I may be allowed to
    • which man makes his ideas harmonise with the outside facts. But this
    • kind of relationship actually exists between the ideas in people's
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    • so, we speak to-day in so many ways of abstract ideals, of the great
    • abstract ideals of Truth, Beauty, Goodness. But remember what I have
    • Beings of the Hierarchies and not merely to abstract ideals of Truth,
    • present human activities we simply follow after abstract ideals. From
    • idealism we must evolve to the point where we become aware of our
    • but a search for abstractions. Moral ideals, national-economic
    • ideals, all kinds of other ideals — they are nothing but
    • compare this with the abstract moral ideals set up elsewhere, you
    • all kinds of ideals for shaping the world, but rather that after
    • abstract ideals. Thoughts — what are thoughts? As if thoughts
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    • sense-organ of the head? And the idea that what is physically
    • for truth as the accordance of idea with objective reality, is
    • scheme, be utterly indifferent as to whether his ideas are in
    • In many such circles it is not a question of ideas which accord with
    • that Ahriman is never concerned as to whether an idea fits the
    • never concerned with the agreement of an idea with actuality. Lucifer
    • is out to cultivate such ideas as will generate in man the highest
    • as to whether ideas agree with actuality. Ahriman is concerned with
    • taken to ensure absolute agreement between idea and objective
    • ideas and the corresponding objective realities. This faculty, as we
    • necessity of ensuring that an idea shall absolutely accord with
    • reproducing them in ideas. People do not understand that this is
    • agreement between idea and objective reality, in such a way that this
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    • from the idea of reincarnation. The purpose of repeated
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    • then allows the various ideas and thoughts and items of knowledge
    • spiritual-scientific ideas. The nature of these ideas is such that
    • us. These ideas should warm us inwardly, should become
    • an earnest question will arise in us when we think about the idea of
    • Greco-Latin epoch, when ideas and experiences of paramount importance
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    • understanding and may cherish it as an ideal, but it will never
    • an idea. The real inner activity that goes on within your skin
    • to make an ideal of discovering how things run their course in the
    • paradoxical, deliberately removed from any passively received idea.
    • same difference is encountered on a higher level between ideas we
    • ideals and descriptions — in Mohammedanism, for instance —
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    • then comes to the point where his previous abstract, purely ideal
    • breathes. It is therefore a question of the ideal element in thinking
    • superficially-minded people, they say: “My idea of God is quite
    • simpler world. They have no idea how naive this is!
    • nebula revolving and keep it turning. Otherwise the idea has no
    • ideas which, as the most external form of occult science, included
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    • is given, the protest is heard: How should such ideas concern those
    • rests on an entirely erroneous idea — the idea that anyone who speaks
    • If at the point A one thinks of going to B, this very idea suggests
    • facts. Understanding for the ideas of the spiritual world has to be
    • world when it is communicated in ideas. Thus, for understanding what
    • contemporaries must so order his ideas that memories are aroused of
    • treated their pupils — and through the ideas these spread
    • knowledge that the Mystery teachers clothed in ideas was so designed
    • terms of concepts, of ideas.
    • ideas acquired here on Earth. We have already found it necessary to
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    • ideas which are limited to making garments for quite lowly people.
    • one gets the idea that the obstacles which hamper our thinking in
    • ideas to grasp without prejudice facts of this kind; for people
    • them in ideas, the truth and content of these laws diminish as
    • reaches of the Cosmos. So arises the widely prevalent mistaken idea
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    • they work in different ways in the world. You gain a clear idea of
    • difficult to grasp with the ideas of physical science that a man
    • use of other associations of ideas, other orderings, and a
    • spiritual thinking and the spiritual association of ideas. On his
    • occasion for us to have thoughts, ideas, so that we are able —
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    • animal instinct rather than what we ideally conjure up.
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    • less mastery of the world of ideas and so on.
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    • opponents have written about it, and this will give you some idea of
    • West has only the vaguest idea. The nationalistic struggles of to-day
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    • idea, some feeling, of the tremendous depths out of which the soul
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    • — and some idea of the mood from which it arose, was the
    • approach to the spiritual — not so much where ideas and
    • In the ideas
    • idea is quite right. But the knowledge needed to master the phenomena
    • The idea that light from a centre streams out into endless distance is
    • should be reached, if only to bring into all these prevailing ideas,
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    • Feelings: aesthetic ideals
    • means of the physically uttered word, in concepts and 'ideas, by
    • enthusiasm for aesthetic and moral ideals. But the speech of today
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    • ideas other than those gained from waking life, from what
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    • establishments which manifest most prominently the ideas of
    • it is designated by an abstract name: materialism, idealism,
    • the first place, only an external phenomenon. Yet this idea
    • abstract ideas. Everything that lives in the external
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    • an abstract idea which they hope can be realized, that is
    • group around an abstract idea, only around this or that
    • abstract idea and to yearn for the realization of abstract
    • that something that can be grasped in abstract ideas can only
    • were derived by outlining abstract ideas. It would have ill
    • leaders in the party affairs have only abstract ideas in
    • ideas that have to pervade human souls in our age. Yesterday
    • nineteenth century. A person who is only used to the ideas
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    • idea of the threefold social order and the aims of
    • ourselves from old familiar ideas in order to rise to a
    • old traditional belief regarding moral or religious ideals;
    • validity of ethical, moral and religious ideals?
    • only a few brave spirits who have rebelled against ideas of
    • said, a few courageous individuals have opposed these ideas.
    • regarded as a fool. These ideas are taken today as
    • ideals is meaningless, for according to this conception these
    • ideals are simply the product of human brains and rise up
    • ideals an ideology which has arisen through the
    • idea of freedom. Today, we must gain insight into much that
    • to any extent at all, have some idea of man's physical,
    • moral and other ideals. Here, we arrive at what may be termed
    • abstract moral or religious ideals that have also become
    • it is true, the world today has scarcely any idea. What is
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    • a realistic, idealistic, liberal or conservative, socialistic
    • right view and that someone with an opposing idea is wrong.
    • mention the soul they have no idea what soul and spirit
    • if” ethical ideals were made manifest. We behold the
    • have to conclude that a person has a wrong idea about
    • “His idea is true!” To us, this is an illusion.
    • one's surroundings if one wishes to form an idea of what time
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    • is able to form intelligible ideas concerning such matters.
    • ideas when we try to send our thoughts into the world in
    • the idea of workers' councils, to Bolshevism. From an
    • ideas are ready to perish. A question arises, however,
    • with no idea of what transpires in life, having seen only its
    • is called utopian by those who have no idea of reality. Those
    • of social idea. One may well ask: Where are the human beings
    • it, moral and religious ideas. I will say more about this
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    • thoughts and ideas in literary and scientific works from
    • political, social, historical and economical ideas was only
    • its conceptions and ideas, where the human being is dependent
    • associations. The term “association of ideas” is
    • abstract, theoretical structure of ideas that is simply laid
    • metabolism and leads to associations of ideas; it is
    • individual elements of the ideas concerning life after death
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    • are particularly inclined to develop concepts and ideas on
    • ancient Indian had an ideal. It was his ideal to go beyond
    • absorbed. When he fulfilled his ideal inherent in Yoga
    • speak of and revel in the ideal of the Asians.
    • rhythmic system as to an ideal, and he became aware of it.
    • has an ideal. He has the ideal to rise to the next level, to
    • Yoga philosophy to be his ideal, the artistic breathing that
    • considers it his ideal to lift himself up to conceptions that
    • are pure ideas, attained through an inner elevation, just as
    • instance, in the way Hegel takes ideas as realities. Hegel,
    • Fichte and Goethe possessed this clear awareness that ideas
    • duty.” But one does not reach the fulfillment of ideas
    • living movement of ideas.” Yet one limits oneself only
    • spirit, as idea. Yet, particularly if one is in Hegel's
    • mind with the realm of ideas, one is in a sense inwardly
    • himself in the ideal sphere. For these people, there is a
    • does not develop a sense for ideals. This is already emerging
    • in some Western sects, even though this ideal still appears
    • ideal, only to the best possible one, yet is able through
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    • attempts at working out his own ideas of a world view. He
    • ideas with such intensity that this ideal world itself appears
    • idea,” hence the ideas of the world, then this
    • experiencing of the “idea” is no longer a mere
    • bright, light-filled clarity of universal ideas what minds
    • mysticism of ideas; then one has the experience that was
    • surrender to pure ideas, but in the conviction that these
    • ideas are the very substance of the universe. It was a
    • icy realm of ideas. To Hegel, on the other hand, this was
    • ideas was a dialogue with the cosmic spirit itself.
    • but in concrete ideas that were followed through from simple
    • idea of the organism” and the “spirit,”
    • world of ideas, this Hegel summed up in his
    • to present a structure of those ideas
    • attainable for the human being, ideas which, as man
    • presenting “being” as the simplest idea; then he
    • would be called a sum of abstract ideas.
    • These logical concepts, these logical ideas, seem like
    • logical ideas shadow images.
    • something that it cannot be. It is a sum of ideas that begin
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    • picture how liliputian the ideas appear that people today
    • accomplish here on earth from the concepts and ideas derived
    • to construe the tasks in this world by utilizing ideas other
    • immature nonsense appears as reformatory ideas. Truly
    • these ideas behind in order to arrive at any kind of
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    • in yesterday's lecture to evoke an idea of man's Position in
    • the forces must develop that can underlie social ideas.
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    • considering the juridical idea of holding court over the soul
    • conceptions. To be sure, we only gain an idea of this
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    • constitutes a certain ideal of our social order that in the
    • what would we know of the human being if we had no idea that
    • As an idealist or perhaps even a mystic, one ought not to
    • idealists, or mystics, and feel obliged to disdain
    • materialism, but no one becomes an idealist by disdain of
    • materialism. Rather, he is an idealist if he knows how to
    • felt through the fact that people believe they are idealistic
    • idealist would be one who says to himself, “Oh, I
    • state of mind so easily arising in idealists and mystics.
    • idealists and mystics are frequently the greatest
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    • worked out that should represent an ideal condition for the
    • the future is borne today within us as ideality. Let us
    • us as substance will pass away. What dwells in us as ideals
    • matter. The ideals that live within us for the time being
    • not just of some ideal future, but that of the cosmic
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    • of Dornach.” So, this frivolous character has no idea
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    • behind them. Since our ideal today concerning the
    • accustom myself to such ideas. In that case, I must
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    • from that standpoint, get some idea of the change of views in
    • not only by means of concepts and ideas. Above all, one
    • might give this or that child the idea of immortality. Today,
    • thinks: How do I teach this dumb child something of the idea
    • way when the idea of immortality is taught to him by the type
    • idea of immortality in this way, it is quite different. For
    • does not have it, or if he has it only as an abstract idea in
    • himself, this idea will not have a fruitful effect. For it
    • conglobulated. Human beings form ideals; what is to become of
    • such ideals if earth turns again into nothing but a heap of
    • religious ideas that ever arose, would be lost, forgotten and
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    • ideas. Hus, Savanarola, Calvin and Luther challenged
    • traditional ideas, but were uncreative. The dawn of the
    • creative ideas of the past.
    • idea under Louis XIV, a consequence of the Chaos of the
    • revolutionaries, the Mensheviks, bereft of ideas. The
    • Weltanschauung. Fruitful ideas could only spring
    • Necessary to establish the idea of freedom on a firm,
    • platform for his ideas. Found some support from B. Tucker and
    • professoriate. The vulgarity of Bölsche's ideas popular
    • their ideas no spiritual basis.
    • ideas of
    • the idea and importance of ethical individualism, to develop
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    • for his book Creative Evolution and the idea of
    • ‘Fourteen Points’ as basis for peace 1918. Idea
    • See N. Berdyaev, The Russian Idea, 1947. (This
    • Zusammenbruch des deutschen Idealismus, 1920.
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    • emperor could have entertained the idea of transferring the
    • which has come to the fore recently, and which has no idea of
    • from the preconceived idea: of two events, if one follows from
    • just mentioned. But whilst the general idea of nationhood was
    • influence of modern ideas and currents of thought they will
    • interfusion of the emergent national idea on the one hand,
    • idea, as it is often called — more correctly one should
    • new creative ideas, not fresh spiritual insights, but the
    • energy with which they endeavoured to pour traditional ideas
    • into a new mould. Whereas these traditional ideas had
    • But this did not lead to the birth of new ideas, a new
    • confession of faith. Time-honoured ideas are called in
    • world, wholly devoted to the ideal of universal peace,
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    • the idea of the state born of the national impulse and
    • ideas — this world was wholly alien to him, it was a
    • always bear this in mind. It is not that one rejects the idea
    • originating in the national idea — was associated with
    • what may be called the idea of the state. If one wishes to
    • study the consolidation of the state idea one need only take
    • developed fairly uniformly, it shaped the ideal of liberalism
    • search for a new mission, for an idea that was new and
    • adopt gnostic teachings, ideas, symbols and rites which were
    • fetters of narrow prejudice and conventional ideas; they cut
    • with universal, human ideals, but socialism was active in the
    • these so-called liberal ideas which found so little support.
    • political future for liberal ideas, for their representatives
    • bourgeoisie has no idea how firmly the materialist conception
    • to introduce people to the fundamental ideas which Schiller
    • time to the nobility of Schiller's ideas! Of course, you will
    • finally millions of men to the idea of a purely economic
    • extension of the ideas sketched here that the individual
    • of production has become the ideal of the working class.
    • important not to become the prisoner of fixed ideas which are
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    • variety of ways: In ideation and cognition, for example, man
    • have no idea what they are talking about — all these
    • and are conversant with certain concepts and ideas. We, on
    • understand this we must abandon the preconceived ideas which
    • us. But when we can rise to the idea of the trinity, God,
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    • certain thoughts or ideas in history, or when they record
    • of new ideas. For when we speak of real evolution in mankind
    • we are concerned only with new ideas. Everything else —
    • death. It is a question of making new ideas effective. As you
    • upon this subject over recent decades — these new ideas
    • especially to new and modern ideas, for the simple reason
    • Now this idea
    • — this modern idea of something entirely new which was
    • ideas and, as a class, is of course quite incapable of
    • developing ideas. (When speaking of these matters I never
    • Government were totally destitute of ideas. They had not a
    • ideals, but, as I have often pointed out, ethical good
    • and the various groups associated with them had had any ideas
    • of how to give a lead. But you will ask: what ideas ought
    • section of the population the only fertile ideas are those
    • vacuum, who were bereft of ideas, simply could not be induced
    • to develop anything in the nature of positive ideas.
    • impregnated with ideas which can be derived only from
    • indifferent to spiritual ideas, the proletariat showed and
    • abstract ideas. Small wonder then that the proletarian sees
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    • ideas. But perhaps in the not too far distant future this
    • people today are not receptive to spiritual ideas. The
    • when he was still one of his disciples: you have no idea how
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    • to lay hold of the impulses of the present time in the ideal
    • The fundamental idea of
    • clear picture of the idea of freedom, of the impulse of
    • and unpalatable, for they had to accept the idea that the
    • actions have their source in those ideas which are rooted in
    • idea of a free community life such as I described to you
    • for ideas.
    • their original meaning. Today our idea of justice is
    • ideas of freedom might find a certain public. This hope was
    • the ideas contained in the book (for I knew that at first few
    • source of the ideas in
    • order to have a platform for ideas which I considered to be
    • timely, in the true sense of the word, ideas which I could
    • ideas for the future might be received by a limited few
    • observe how these ideas spread amongst that section of the
    • theologians, but who were at least youthful idealists.
    • already read the book and many of the ideas of
    • the epoch be persuaded to accept the ideas of
    • the antiquated ideas of the bourgeoisie or what are often
    • called new social ideas of Wilsonism, etcetera.
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  • Title: Symptom 2 Reality: Lecture VII: Incidental Reflections on the Occasion of the New Edition of 'Goethes Weltanschauung'
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    • marks, but of course one had not the slightest idea of the
    • of the Hapsburgs. The ideas and impulses of Protestantism
    • it was anomalous to cherish Goethean ideas at a time when the
    • promote the ideas of Lessing, Schiller, and Goethe amongst
    • quote Kant as the ideal of the pacifists. This is quite
    • developing endless so-called clever ideas, if people do not
    • idea and can have no idea how far, how infinitely far removed
    • to Dornach in Alsace where, of course, they had no idea what
  • Title: Symptom 2 Reality: Lecture IX: The Relation Between the Deeper European Impulses and Those of the Present Day
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    • physically ill in some respect — to arrive at the idea of
    • the God, to the idea of whom enlightened thinking leads, the
    • The idea I have
    • least surprising that socialism stirs up all sorts of ideas
    • today have no idea what, of necessity, socialism entails and
  • Title: Fundamental Social: Lecture 1: The Transforming of Instinctive into Conscious Impulses
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    • are called, appeared on the scene with certain ideas about
    • juridical ideas which had already arisen in public life.
    • first beginnings. The ideas of the Mercantilists are
    • deals in money. Such influences as these determined the ideas
    • Mercantilists. It is evident from the ideas that they express
    • intercourse there were the Roman juridical ideas of legal
    • rights. These ideas, as I said, they are now carried forward.
    • Such ideas give
    • result of their ideas, the Mercantilists said to themselves:
    • The latter took their start from the idea: Economic
    • idea that an entirely individualistic development of economic
    • idea that goods, the commodities we buy and sell —
    • himself. Roughly speaking, this is Adam Smith's idea: We
    • idea may possibly occur to you and if so it may well seem to
    • 1, 4, 9, 16, 25. In other words, his idea is, the population
    • idea: The commodity, the piece of goods that we buy,
    • as stored-up labor. This idea has dominated man to such an
    • sharp ideas on these things, and if you know the thinking of
    • moreover, how strongly this idea works as the real driving
    • characterized. We find this thought expressed in the idea of
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    • formulated in concepts and ideas that are capable of
    • conceptions and ideas that we have already acquired, in
    • accordance with the customary ideas which we have imbibed
    • certain collection of ideas and then think that we can handle
    • these ideas much as we would handle information we acquire
    • the power of the ideas which we receive through Spiritual
    • social ideas — fruitful in life, capable of
    • will tend to draw from such and such ideas, maybe from a
    • may hold a certain number of ideas or even an entire
    • clearly according to the ideas it contains and you may then
    • appears to you highly idealistic, and — we may assume
    • — rightly so. It contains wonderfully idealistic ideas.
    • your idealistic world-conception, and they afterwards become
    • from your idealistic philosophy!
    • wherever it is, are the ideas, the perceptions, they are
    • beheld a table, I should never come to the idea that the
    • in a rather more popular fashion, but his idea is the same as
    • that of Avenarius. He says: there are not subjective ideas on
    • were men so radical in their ideas, without an inkling of the
    • even moderately radical, let alone revolutionary ideas, in
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    • of this audience had not the remotest idea what Bolshevism
    • world, the concepts, the ideas, that is to say the
    • perceptions. Man no longer receives the concepts and ideas at
    • according to your Western of Mid-European ideas, you will
    • instinctive qualities.” Such indeed is the idea of the
    • consistent — social idea, how can you apply it, my dear
    • most beautiful ideas, capable of absolute proof, so that you
    • idea in mind. Who is there that thinks differently in our
    • political or social ideas? It is always in this style:
    • throughout the Earth, and with the ideas I am thinking out
    • have some uniform social ideal, but to investigate what is
    • Indeed, it seems an ideal for the people of today to gather
    • differentiation of realities. A unitary idea you must extend
    • is predominant.” Thus what you find as the ideal of the
    • concepts and ideas, which configures the heart upon the head,
    • upon the concepts and ideas, which configures the whole of
    • ideas, but in the way the Russian relates himself to it,
    • which rightly emphasize that the three ideals, Liberty,
    • sermons and the like, but in face of the real ideas working
    • speaking — what does thought or ideation depend on?
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    • mankind has lived in ideas according purely to the senses.
    • Whatever mankind possessed, over and above these ideas,
    • generally speaking, they had certain ideas inherited from
    • very ancient times. In the language of these ideas they
    • clothed what had taken place on Golgotha. Now these ideas
    • of ancient, traditional ideas. All that is living in the
    • content itself with the old traditional ideas. This is the
    • social and socialistic life of today — no other ideas
    • mechanistic ideas have slunk into human evolution as an evil
    • wrong. Dangerous as these ideas are because they give certain
    • these ideas are derived, yet on the other hand the very
    • thinking which takes its start from mechanistic ideas is
    • ideas that live in modern scientific thought and altogether
    • We must permeate ourselves with these ideas and then place
    • other words, the mechanical ideas have taught mankind to
    • think in these mechanical conceptions. The ideas of former
    • world mechanically. These one-sided, mechanical ideas are
    • outlines who have made certain ideas of Natural Science their
    • scientific ideas and then applied to the spiritual world as
    • about etherical [ethereal?] ideals from the other side. They
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    • human beings. Our whole ideation — our whole way of
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    • main ideas of the overall theme.
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    • the ending of the Seven Years War. The ideas emerging in the
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Foreword by J. Leonard Benson
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    • assumption of a science that has debased its own ideals and
    • idea of how it could be brought about. And the great majority
    • man? The idea that any one person could be wise enough to
    • aside routine contemporary ideas and make an unprejudiced
    • idea of our troubled times.
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    • forming any idea of how man's soul, and in particular his
    • today we can have no idea unless we perceive it in the
    • Aristotle developed his ideas precisely on this fundamental
    • observations, or ideals always bears the stamp of issuing
    • him to understand many phenomena. The abstract ideals of
    • his inability to discover fruitful ideas that relate to reality
    • do not want any ideas more mature than those coming from a
    • ideas about peace, which have swept through the world, are so
    • future man's ideas as well as his ideals must be far more
    • standpoints. Ideas and ideals must spring from real
    • idealism” on direct spiritual investigation.
    • Arbitrary notions will not provide ideals that have any
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    • Human Development, the Necessity for New, Living Ideas, Spirit
    • the materialistic concepts and ideas of our age. That we are
    • in need of new ideas must be obvious from the many things we
    • the field and scope of thoughts and ideas, by means of which
    • shall find that the most valuable of those ideas originated
    • epoch which began in 1413 has not produced any ideas that are
    • ideas. Let us take an example: What Darwin and his successors
    • and ideas are taken seriously and their true nature and
    • Goethe brought the ideas from the past into movement can it
    • concept of evolution is needed. The Darwinian idea of
    • that man produces ever fewer concepts and ideas. The concepts
    • and ideas at man's disposal in ancient times bubbled forth,
    • will become a blunt insensible instrument with which ideas
    • idealism, has tried for decades to bring about what he
    • can produce abstract ideas like clockwork, and are so sure of
    • ideas. That is why he says that “as far as cognition,
    • poured our abstract ideas concerning socialism,
    • and so on. We also have abstract ideas about conservatism. On
    • the network of ideas on which are based liberalism, social
    • abstractions with reality. Instead of the abstract ideas he
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    • peculiar idea of a piety that is German; this is just about
    • justify his idea of German piety, and also to show that,
    • That is why nowadays all concepts, all ideas are abstract.
    • and the unreality and abstraction of ideas. Indeed our
    • concepts and ideas will remain unreal unless we learn to
    • kind of concepts and ideas capable of bringing order into
    • inherent in ideas. To acquire this sense, this feeling that
    • ideas are realities is one of the most urgent needs of the
    • concepts and ideas that are incapable of intervening in
    • idea of genius. He opposes the idea that from some
    • he was honest he opposed the idea.
    • actions not on facts but on some idea with which they have
    • healing got the idea that movement is good for certain
    • the facts as they truly are, not the idea one is in love
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    • The idea thus gained of the guidance of
    • amazing that such distorted ideas can take hold of the brain
    • is a matter for ridicule, but when he himself finds the idea
    • of ideas slide to the periphery and become engulfed, yet
    • that region incidental thoughts and ideas, so that one's
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    • significant is the fact that Franz Brentano's ideas still had
    • ideas. But, as those who have studied
    • pure concept, a pure idea, can be said to be a free action, a
    • witnessing so very many ideals on which people have built
    • simply whether the idea is Christian or not. And is it
    • wrong, unrealistic ideas are applied to external, material
    • the aftereffect of wrong ideas, but do people see the
    • to adjust one's ideas, but that is what there is so little
    • concepts, ideas, feelings or impulses that work across into
    • clear-cut concepts and ideas. If you want to pursue the
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    • as a whole, appearing more substantial than mere ideation,
    • realize that it is by no means easy to find the kind of ideas
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    • concepts and ideas, vivifying it enough to engender new
    • our ideals can be enriched up to the age of 27 simply through
    • of ideas and ideals; he will be concerned about social reform
    • he does will be based on the ideas and impulses of a
    • would enable him to carry out precisely the ideas and
    • anything significant with his impulses and ideas, then he
    • possibility to carry out in practice the ideas and impulses
    • people felt. It also expresses the idealism of a 27-year-old.
    • reminiscent of the other ideas as they had been in different
    • abstract ideal of a 27-year-old.
    • of the 27-year-old. This makes him the ideal representative
    • in war slogans existed as an idea, as a plan, already in the
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    • the human soul needs concepts and ideas in life which can
    • so on. The human soul needs ideas with which it can live. If
    • it cannot develop such ideas, or only unsatisfactory ones,
    • possible to make society — that is, the ideas and views
    • striven for in the East as an ideal is to read less, to be
    • connection exists in the ideal sphere between the object and
    • Similar things are taking place in other spheres. The idea of
    • ideas that can be effective in society, ideas that are, so to
    • did the idea come to Lessing? He knew of course that it had
    • been a teaching among primitive peoples. But the idea came to
    • Through such a comprehensive historical survey the idea of
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    • time we no longer have the slightest idea of how a medieval soul was
    • the house was the expression of an artistic idea; the whole
    • splintered. This was the first idea in Wagner's mind in
    • idea rose up before Wagner's soul as he descended into still more profound
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    • human being is not yet man and woman, and he has no idea of possession or
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    • Nazareth. He conceived the fundamental idea of this drama when he was
    • and becomes a disciple of Buddha. According to Wagner's idea, the
    • the crusaders fought. The idea that Jerusalem must be the centre was
    • idea of Bayreuth. The events of 1848 were only an insignificant symptom
    • a new impulse had to come produced in Wagner also his ideas concerning
    • replace earlier influences. This is connected with his ideas
    • ancient ideal of the Brahmins, and perceived with sorrow the symptoms of
    • these ideas. Sorrowfully the Greek disciple of the Mysteries spoke of
  • Title: Sound Outlook: Lecture I: States of Consciousness
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    • limbs, to a dim idea of what has just been said, and this
    • which are not to be clothed in ordinary ideas. They have, as
    • Nobody carrying out the idea, “I move my hand”,
    • theory, not a result of forming ideas about it; but something
    • subjective ideal or tendency which Spiritual Science has to
    • research. Certain concepts and ideas are necessary in order
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    • and so among our friends the idea arose of providing an
    • idea of our building with that of a cake-mould. This is made
    • architecture. That was the first idea. — After much
    • driven to give up the idea of realising our hopes in Munich
    • near Basle, we set about building. The idea of the encircling
    • work on walls has been in connection with this idea, that the
    • idea of the wooden building. As it stands, it has really no
    • of pillars. If the windows were to carry out the idea of the
    • without a model, some idea of what the Bau is meant to be. As
    • idea of it came to me, for I believe I have grasped as
    • artistic idea was not to produce a representation of Him. The
    • idea rests purely in the artistic form, in its manner of
    • programmatic idea. The artistic thought must rest in the
    • show you a few pictures, to give you an idea of the principal
    • idea of the carving; therefore this elemental being sprang
    • idea of what is intended, and I hope that you have at least
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    • from one earth-life to another are hidden, disguised. An idea
    • striving after a remarkable and strange ideal: no longer to
    • thus to be directed to the ideal of making life here on earth
    • spiritual ideal such as I have described is set up. By this
    • physical life will be overcome, and by degrees the ideal will
    • guise. A very interesting point is that this ideal can be
    • such an ideal as I have described. This will set the pattern
    • West. In the West a sort of battle against such an idea will
    • the idea: “I feel as if something were there; something
    • Those who seek the ideal humanity, because the first step
    • peoples, is inwardly connected with the ideal of becoming
    • idea were to establish a sort of pan-nature, a universal
    • by ideas taken from the spiritual world. What is taught in
    • chaos. Ideas that not long ago were recognised as significant
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    • no possibility nowadays of giving an adequate idea of how he
    • ideas, pagan culture and pagan experiences, they understood
    • Son. Nowadays people unite no conceptions with these ideas,
    • ideas which lead into the spiritual world; they were strong,
    • conceal the greatness of the Christ-idea and the profound
    • Golgotha. That is why the favourite idea was brought out:
    • favourite idea — that truth must be
    • independent of Rome. It was an idea which held sway for
    • such ideas should sink into men's souls; they are needed
    • in which the ideas of the transition-period of the new age
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    • hindrances, he would have quite a different idea of his
    • a soul-being, he has not much idea of how he has
    • altered in the course of time. Strangely, but truly, his idea
    • centre.” We speak of our Ego and we have the idea:
    • give us a really coherent idea of ourselves if we could but
    • ego, we cannot arrive at the idea of the ego being so
    • the idea of what does remain true to the species through long
    • divest ourselves of the fantastic ideas of modern learning
    • and resources: sharply circumscribed ideas for organising the
    • different ideas He says: Supposing that Christianity had not
    • prudence. A school of ideas which would replace
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    • ideas and conceptions which would fit it to deal with the
    • all thse efforts went towards getting certain dogmatic ideas
    • themselves, here on earth, to certain ideas concerning the
    • man's horizon no longer extended to the idea of a connection
    • same aim — to prove that human ideas and concept should
    • No idea, no conception, engendered in the inwardness of the
    • credulous in respect of theories, taking the content of ideas
    • was concerned only with the “content” of ideas
    • ideas are never carried into life in accordance with their
    • it. No one knows the truth unless he knows that ideas often
    • content of their ideas, but anyone who knows how things
    • ideas are not derived from spiritual knowledge they may enter
    • applies to the ideas of Marx, which are intended to banish
    • to turn away from abstract ideas and say: “Daylight has
    • “subject-matter” of ideas, and refuse to reckon
    • men with admirable ideas through which they wanted to reform
    • the world, and these men were admired; yet the ideas became
    • abortions! For ideas themselves are but dead things; they
    • people. I can only outline this, but it gives an idea of what
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    • and ideas devoid of life and vigor. It should be
    • with the same ideas as on the past, the determined, is
    • One idea, according to this view, must be received
    • intelligent leaders of thought: the idea of “the
    • means of the ideas and concepts that can be
    • reform is necessary in our ideas concerning this most
    • such conceptions, and this habit spreads into ideas concerned
    • familiarizes himself with the ideas of this school knows that
    • possessed of the ideas of the future, whereas they have only
    • throughout it refuses admittance to ideas with a fruitful
    • this view refuses to entertain ideas with any germ of life in
    • passing away; and the only effect of these ideas is to
    • concepts are rooted in reality. These ideas are useless for
    • ideas held hitherto may talk as much as they wish — they
    • that their ideas point to the future, are very often immersed
    • lifeless, barren thoughts and ideas, because fertile ones can
    • cannot reach the ideas they really need in order to learn
    • idea is brought into modern life — but it is not really
    • incorrect ideas, for example, created by Woodrow Wilson out
    • — deals and ideas that apply only to the transient, in
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    • An idea such as
    • ideas relating to the concrete facts of reincarnation — towards
    • idea of the Arlberg railway; he was saying, and naturally all the
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    • call forth an idea of how one earthly life works on into the next
    • write it with Ideas, investigating the inner connections. Only the
    • world-embracing ideas. He wanted to work for human education by a
    • has no ‘association of ideas’ with the same
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    • So you see, we must acquire sounder ideas about slavery —
    • association of ideas is called up in your mind when this name is
    • Canterbury — came to life again, and by association of ideas
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    • teaching on the Ideas, to lift men's minds and hearts above the
    • environment, stand the Eternal Ideas.
    • but the material world is only a picture of the Idea which —
    • contemplation of the eternal Ideas which hover over them as the
    • properly be applied to man, in whom the Idea itself becomes alive in
    • objective reality. Man is too individual. The Ideas, according to
    • living Idea within each single human individuality. It was Aristotle
    • — not Plato — who taught that the Idea as
    • School on the sublimity of the Ideas that hover over and above the
    • things of earth. In his soul he soared to the Ideas. When he was not
    • transported to the Eternal Ideas, when he was listening in the
    • was no less ready than the first to look upwards to the Eternal Ideas
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    • this trend, a theoretical battle against materialistic ideas achieves
    • self-knowledge with abstract ideas and concepts, nothing is achieved.
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    • at the highest peak of idealism. There are men, for instance, who, in
    • ideation. Here, in connection with the human head, and nowhere else,
    • we can apply, in the sense-world, Imaginative ideation, which is
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    • without agreement in ideas and thoughts, then in certain
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    • ideation. The other part of man, the part that is dependent upon the
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    • stand the test of the years. In youth, ideals are plentiful; in old
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    • pictures — idealistic, albeit visionary pictures which cast
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    • receive thoughts, ideas, even
    • receive thoughts and ideas. When this is the case it points back, as
    • way of thoughts and ideas, this means that the Beings of the Second
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    • our mind, we form ideas of this external world, ideas that give us
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    • this second world, but we often stop short at the idea of the two
    • our thought. We can form a true idea of the two worlds only when we
    • ideas have been passing through our being. They have left their
    • fruits of thy thoughts and ideas during the day. The Beings of the
    • thoughts and ideas of thy waking hours.” — Deep reverence
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    • ideas and conceptions of what is, after all, unreality, hold sway in
    • are created under the influence of materialistic, fantastic ideas
    • ideas which have sprung entirely from human aberrations, have
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    • Filling the inner source of destruction with moral ideals;
    • soul; the will as a battlefield of moral ideals with human
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    • little idea of the degree of conventionalism into which it
    • has grown; people have less and less idea of it simply
    • life of ideas did not arise from a source of destruction.
    • and then form ideas about it. The ideas thus arrived at are
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    • moral and ethical ideals.Then something new arises. Then in
    • moral ideals, within this source of destruction. It is also
    • birth by carrying his moral ideals into his inner chaos and
    • we look at the modern development of the idea of Christ
    • idea of Christ as long as he makes use only of the concepts
    • and ideas that he has been cultivating as natural science
    • a true idea of Christ.
    • man ennobles his ethical ideals through the Christ
    • ethical ideals as they should be formed through the fact that
    • with our moral ideals or anti-moral ideas (red). There new
    • important idea that must be connected with the Mystery of
    • Golgotha, is the idea of the Risen Christ, the Christ Who has
    • important idea is that of Christ Who passes through death and
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    • begin from certain hypotheses to form crystalline ideas that
    • intuitively grasped moral ideals. We can give these
    • intuitively grasped moral ideas to the thought-will on the
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    • and ideas at his disposal he is able to understand the
    • holds to the ideal that the complicated combination of the
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    • formula will be discovered. That idea, however, is completely
    • becomes filled with ideas that come from this knowledge, he
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    • receive an idea, a concept of it, we must consider in yet
    • in the midst of decline. Because the whole idea remains
    • Nietzsche wanted to cling desperately to the idea of
    • order to cling desperately, as I said, to the idea of
    • to the earth. We gain no idea at first from the I what it is
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    • able to understand things that you receive as ideas in your
    • link something from the soul life with this unusual idea
    • clairvoyant as ideas — this is done not in the I but in
    • self-achievement of the thoughts, the ideas of
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    • the ideas of sin and atonement are difficult, these
    • world's beginning and end. Within these ideas he could still
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    • modern science. They have, for instance, formed all kinds of ideas
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    • an ideal of mankind: about the rectifying of the fall of man along a
    • energy and power, the goal, the ideal, of again taking the fall of
    • when the highest ideal of mankind must be the spiritual raising of
    • the ideal of raising ourselves from sin.
    • something very problematical about formulating this ideal, for you
    • ideal within himself that we can raise ourselves from sin. And that
    • precisely of the Anthroposophical Society for humanity's great ideal
    • this way the ideal whose reality can become conscious to the
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    • an ideal of mankind: about the rectifying of the fall of man along a
    • energy and power, the goal, the ideal, of again taking the fall of
    • when the highest ideal of mankind must be the spiritual raising of
    • the ideal of raising ourselves from sin.
    • something very problematical about formulating this ideal, for you
    • ideal within himself that we can raise ourselves from sin. And that
    • precisely of the Anthroposophical Society for humanity's great ideal
    • this way the ideal whose reality can become conscious to the
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    • things the Greeks brought to geometry three new ideas that
    • ideas were deduction, proof, and abstraction.
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    • observation, so that the right concept, the right idea, may
    • necessary concepts and ideas.
    • We only live in the ideas which have been formed since the
    • of view that is perfectly right. They are ideas which treat
    • base their ideas upon what they have acquired from an
    • lay-mind, entirely in ideas of space and time, of a
    • formed ideas; man had first to struggle through to such
    • ideas, i. e., to the mathematical, mechanical mode of
    • on the one hand for ideas that are clear and easy to control
    • — namely, mathematical ideas — , and on the other
    • hand they strive for ideas through which they can surrender
    • ideas.
    • the sciences. But this idea, as we know, breaks down when we
    • think how remote the simplest mathematical ideas are to
    • nothing in the way of mathematical ideas.
    • called astronomical knowledge has been set up as an ideal.
    • remedy would work. This was actually an ideal for some people
    • not so very long ago. Now they have given up such ideals.
    • Such an idea collapses not only in reference to such a far
    • introducing mathematical ideas into his field of work. But as
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    • two branches of science which according to our modern ideas
    • it will be very difficult to grasp, even as a general idea,
    • form certain preliminary ideas. We must first build up
    • radically with the idea of the center of coordinates being in
    • elementary ideas, these ideas being just the ones that are
    • clear ideas about home-sickness. It can no doubt be explained
    • an ideal nowadays to regard the relationship of substances
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    • to derive our ideas from such a thing as this, even as the
    • astronomers of our time derive their ideas from angles,
    • thing which we must practice in the development of our ideas,
    • human reproduction we must relate certain ideas referring to
    • Astronomical ideas of a man who still had very much from the
    • past. We do not want to return to the older ideas; we must
    • work out of new ideas This man, however, still had much of
    • the old qualitative virtues in his ideas. I refer to
    • still worked out of such a life of ideas as Kepler did, this
    • an idea! For inner life has to do with time. And here you
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    • consider the whole way in which ideas have been formed in
    • ideas. First, the ideas[1] are derived
    • which certain ideas have been developed. The other is that,
    • the ideas having been reached, they are further elaborated
    • setting-up of theories, any preconceived ideas existing in
    • is none other than a preconceived idea. Who in the world will
    • is a mere preconceived idea. Prejudices of this kind enter
    • mingle materialistic ideas with his deductive concepts. Then
    • merely theoretical and link on to those ideas which only
    • direction of modern scientific thought only up to those ideas
    • essential for us to hold to is the idea that each planet has
    • system, we are led to say: A sea of ideas has gradually been
    • ideas with which we cannot do justice to the
    • this if we return to reality with the ellipse idea. In the
    • if you think the idea through to the end, then precisely as
    • idea as to what numbers may yet be coming. It is important
    • realm of Geometry. It is therefore an ideal of certain
    • biologists — a very justifiable ideal — to grasp
    • figures. It is a justifiable ideal.
    • if we applied to some real process the idea that a + b equals
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    • out, it is the ideal of modern scientific research to observe
    • ways of thought, towards a true pursuit of the idea of
    • forming of ideas and mental pictures. It is unnecessary here
    • while the forming of ideas and mental pictures takes us more
    • ideation. A thorough study of the metabolic system
    • creating ideas and mental pictures? It is the process of
    • forming of ideas. (Please do not take offense at the
    • fertilization, or between perception and ideation. The
    • with your thinking and ideation and bring a certain order and
    • for instance but a very slight idea — at least, most
    • people have very little idea of what actually happens in our
    • ideation — and find we cannot enter. We must admit:
    • ideation (the continuation of the ‘ordered
    • namely in our forming of ideas.
    • point where the life of ideas begins. We have, in sense
    • reality with ideas and mental pictures. Astronomical pictures
    • poor in idea — we fail to penetrate the facts with
    • clear ideas. Thus in the theory of knowledge too we must
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    • to whether the concepts and ideas, which man forms and puts
    • scientific ideas we entertain today have any absolute
    • (Please keep this free of present-day explanations and ideas,
    • phenomena without preconceived ideas? The Earth and the
    • idealized human being?
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    • ideas’ — mental pictures. To approach the
    • But it is not the same as regards our inner life of ideas and
    • qualitative difference between our inner life in ideas and
    • pictures and ideas. In all this forming of mental pictures we
    • helps us realize that man's life of ideation — his
    • organization of the body. Our inner life of ideation on the
    • closely bound to it. Ideation therefore is quite another
    • sense-perceptions with the inner life of ideation — the
    • belongs however to this day to our ideas and mental pictures.
    • life of ideation rather than to our life in actual
    • sense-perception. Now ideation — once again, the
    • can we form true ideas of the relations — including
    • ideation — mental pictures — and which was
    • interplay of sensory effects with the forming of ideas and
    • ideation makes of it — we should still be floating in a
    • reach workable ideas about the Universe without entering into
    • than merely mathematical and phoronomical ideas. Approach the
    • reach genuine pictures and ideas about the Universe in its
    • To what extent is ‘Euclidean space’ — the
    • definition of Euclidean space. I might also call it
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    • ideas from different fields. For this reason we shall have to
    • idea of what the ‘real’ movements might be like.
    • power of ideation — the forming of mental pictures. The
    • ideation, mental imagery, is related to those earlier phases
    • that time, as we have seen, the power of ideation — the
    • inner life — in our ideation, our forming of mental
    • the forces of ideation and mental imagery alternating between
    • ideation — his life in mental pictures —
    • some unusual ideas.
    • the corresponding results for the planets, the idea arose
    • Such ideas will at most lead to analogies, which may no doubt
    • genius, when one considers the ideas and the data which were
    • obliged to form a far more concrete idea of the Ether, of
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    • fertilization. In order, however, to come to ideas about this
    • the human being with palpable ideas. Therefore, I should like
    • from quite simple foundations, ideas with which most of you
    • These ideas, which seem in part to be quite easy to grasp and
    • hold of the outer world through ideas.
    • idea you will have to say: Space no longer gives me a point
    • space, if we would preserve the continuity of the idea.
    • The reality itself demands of us that in our ideas we go out
    • space behind, if the pure idea is to follow its right path.
    • Having ourselves and going the idea is beginning to think the
    • on from this, there arises for us the idea of a circle which
    • concern ourselves with the creating of ideas which, as it
    • ideas to the reality. It is the following.
    • We come to certain limiting ideas in
    • Such ideas, however, also become, in a way, limiting ideas
    • offence against scientific principles. Such ideas are far
    • such ideas as these, thought-pictures which, while remaining
    • than the ideas with which he phenomena are approached today.
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    • by a change in the forces determining the surface. The idea
    • ideas and mental pictures, manifold and extensive as it is,
    • terms of the mechanical, the mineral. The ideal, to reach an
    • follow up this idea and then cast a glance at man, at the
    • thought with the inner idea of construction of a triangle. It
    • abstract Euclidean plane. I must look upon it as a surface
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    • all together, shall we be able to advance to the ideas.
    • Benedikt had many fruitful thoughts and good ideas. As you
    • rigid forms of curve in a rigid Euclidean space, would help
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    • ideas of planetary paths we have been laying out, it I may
    • imagine here an ideal mean or middlepoint, on the one side of
    • imagine it as some kind of ideal mean. If we now carry the
    • animals. You will then have a more concrete idea of this
    • idea. If then we want to set out the Kingdoms of Nature in a
    • ideal point to start from. Thence it forks out: plant
    • a genuine, mathematical idea.
    • question, — What in reality corresponds to the ideal
    • the Kingdoms of Nature is related to this ideal point, so too
    • something somehow corresponding to it, — to this ideal
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    • ideas is thus presented — Until Copernicus, they say
    • post-Atlantean, the heliocentric idea comes forth again,
    • yesterday of an ‘ideal point’ in the evolution of
    • that Ptolemy and his followers go back again to the idea of
    • his planetary system ideally, much in the same way as we
    • construct a triangle ideally and then find it realised in
    • whole idea — the peculiar construction of cycles and
    • and their simplicity the modern man's idea of it amounts to
    • and idea on the one hand and sense-perceived data on the
    • sensory quality, men saw the quality of thought, the idea.
    • intensive union of concept and idea with sense-perceptible,
    • reality and the idea in the mind together. Here was man's
    • ideas — from sense-impressions.
    • It represents a return, from the ideas now abstractly
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    • material we shall try to gain ideas, to lead us into the
    • aware, perceiving with all his human being, the idea he then
    • people of today only attribute that idea to him, nor does it
    • idea: — Here am I standing on the Earth. Now, even as I
    • The idea thus
    • idea of the Moon which underlay the Ptolemaic system and you
    • those who take their start from the current idea of
    • changed if in a genuine way we come again to the idea that we
    • then are the ideas we must regain. We have to realise that
    • filled with substance. Develop this idea: you live immersed
    • idea of universal gravitation. We say for instance that the
    • the ideas of olden time, but to do so we should have had to
    • Now you can make something of the idea that the human
    • out on either hand from an ideal starting-point. Along the
    • this ideal point from which it branches
    • seek to gain a more precise idea: What is it that really
    • will gain a certain idea, which I shall try to indicate as
    • aequivoca or primal generation of life, but to the ideal
    • on it, yet you may well conceive a kind of ideal
    • plant, there is created in him in all reality a kind of ideal
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    • will lead over from these difficulties into a realm of ideas
    • Geometry of a higher kind. Thence we may gain an idea of
    • dealing with organic Nature, we can try to form ideas upon
    • rightly, my dear friends. We want to gain an idea-though it
    • surface of a Sphere. Without the help of such ideas and
    • is that while in the idea of it — and also analytically — it
    • idea of the body, as in the present-day Anatomy and
    • all we are called upon to do is to conceive a clear idea, as
    • reach a self-contained and consistent idea.
    • moment, and I will try to evoke an idea of it, as follows.
    • I have, so to speak, filled-in in thought — in the idea
    • The idea we have been forming is, as you see, not so very
    • optic nerve. If you then look for ideas whereby the two
    • indicating. If you conceive the ideas of three-dimensional
    • curve of Mars. In this case you must start from the ideal
    • paths of the planets, that we make use of this idea: In
    • comprehend the phenomena, the mere ideas of three-dimensional
    • kind of ideas you should develop to an adequate extent. In a
    • bodies. Yet neither shall I find a mere empty Euclidean
    • our given range of ideas, and if we come to a limit
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    • of the ideas and concepts they already have. What if the real
    • existing ideas and concepts? In that case, theoretic talk
    • Euclidean space.
    • only looks to us plainly Euclidean. We think it nicely there,
    • to reach the right idea. There is enough and to spare to
    • definite ideas abut it. Thus they are able to form some idea
    • understood with the ideas we derive from earthly life. We
    • try to penetrate them with ideas that are true to their real
    • always finding the ideas they first developed in their mind
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    • your start from this idea you will be able to realize the
    • I get the other valid order by drawing the ideal sequence of
    • idea of Gravitation. The one draws the other after it: that
    • ago — man still had clear and penetrating ideas of the
    • theoretical ideas about Nature lead us to conceive some
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    • right way. We cannot form true ideas of what we see if we do
    • some such idea as this: whilst on the surface of the Earth an
    • adequate idea, to comprise all the phenomena. You have to
    • start from such ideas as these. You must imagine that in the
    • mathematical ideas, why should you not think of a certain
    • into being, passing away again; and if we draw our ideal
    • real value for the future. Let us not pursue the ideal of
    • the idea from which I took my start some days ago, speaking
    • physicist can set a clear idea of what it means. You see, his
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    • human consciousness in general, as a kind of ideal for man's striving
    • that forms thoughts and ideas, our gaze opens out into pre-earthly
    • that, on the one hand, his ideas are full of genius. The cleft skull
    • his idea further than this.
    • do otherwise than characterise it with the idea of beauty.
    • its heavenly meaning. In this way the idea of beauty becomes concrete.
    • of the idea in sensible form. Zimmermann defines beauty as the
    • appearance of the idea in sensible form?” First we must know
    • what is meant by “the idea.” If the thought-corpse that
    • humanity possesses as “idea” were to appear in physical
    • beautiful human being is one whose human shape is idealised to such
    • something which they may even look upon as a distorted idea. We must
    • of little help to our anthroposophical movement, that such ideas are
    • progress would best be achieved by taking up such ideas and by avoiding
    • re-ascent from sin. For this reason too, anthroposophical ideas are
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    • human consciousness in general, as a kind of ideal for man's striving
    • that forms thoughts and ideas, our gaze opens out into pre-earthly
    • that, on the one hand, his ideas are full of genius. The cleft skull
    • his idea further than this.
    • do otherwise than characterise it with the idea of beauty.
    • its heavenly meaning. In this way the idea of beauty becomes concrete.
    • of the idea in sensible form. Zimmermann defines beauty as the
    • appearance of the idea in sensible form?” First we must know
    • what is meant by “the idea.” If the thought-corpse that
    • humanity possesses as “idea” were to appear in physical
    • beautiful human being is one whose human shape is idealised to such
    • something which they may even look upon as a distorted idea. We must
    • of little help to our anthroposophical movement, that such ideas are
    • progress would best be achieved by taking up such ideas and by avoiding
    • re-ascent from sin. For this reason too, anthroposophical ideas are
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    • ideas, concepts, and mental images of things and beings if these
    • concepts and ideas, this spiritual content through which the human
    • Theodor Fechner must already have experienced this idea when, around
    • with the idea of a ‘plant soul’ after the material aspects
    • idea!” to which Goethe could only say, “Isn't it
    • nice that I can have ideas without knowing it and can even see them
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    • ideas, concepts, and mental images of things and beings if these
    • concepts and ideas, this spiritual content through which the human
    • Theodor Fechner must already have experienced this idea when, around
    • with the idea of a ‘plant soul’ after the material aspects
    • idea!” to which Goethe could only say, “Isn't it
    • nice that I can have ideas without knowing it and can even see them
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    • Saint Martin, whose ideas gained influence in wide circles
    • century, on the other hand, Saint Martin's ideas and ways of
    • radical destruction of all religious ideas is contained in
    • utterly false belief if we imagine that the ideas about God
    • amateurish idea, for the Mysteries of the 3rd post-Atlantean
    • had least of all any idea of the true facts of human
    • stress on the idea of nationality. Such things ought to be
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    • raise the question: How shall man gain any idea, how
    • the ideal of the 19th century. Spiritual Science must
    • the idea of the woman Mary to that which the woman Mary has
    • just as well that there was little said of it. But the idea
    • we see not a mere sum of abstractions or abstract ideas but a
    • the animals we cannot apply the ideas of ‘should’
    • ideas. To be clever, in the materialistic sense, is to have a
    • scent” in the associating of ideas. These things have
    • Physical Science which has arisen by association of ideas is
    • ideas of chemical and physical laws, and the like. But it is
    • forward such ideas, which may be remote from the thoughts of
    • comfortable way to work with the old concepts and ideas, but
    • strive in all earnestness towards new ideas and new
    • really be pining for concepts, new ideas. We must bring this
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    • representatives of Christianity bring forward this idea:
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    • quaternary. The savage, the civilised man, the idealist, the
    • idealist does this still less, and the saint has fully
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    • body. We can gain an idea of the physical constitution of man
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    • explanations here given must not give rise to the idea that
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    • enter into the ideas of Spiritual Science on the subject of
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    • we will examine into the ideas of “the Father”
    • and “I”. These two ideas will give us an
    • great future ideal of the occult schools, that man shall
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    • THE LIGHT OF THE CHRISTMAS IDEA
    • this idea of the great illusion connected with the
    • Being. Modern people can only have a very pale idea of the
    • does not as yet exist in our world of ideas, in our thoughts, in
    • Christ idea must be gained. We should realize that the present
    • understanding of the Christmas idea before we are really able to
    • we understand this, then the individual Christmas idea which we
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    • THE LIGHT OF THE CHRISTMAS IDEA
    • this idea of the great illusion connected with the
    • Being. Modern people can only have a very pale idea of the
    • does not as yet exist in our world of ideas, in our thoughts, in
    • Christ idea must be gained. We should realize that the present
    • understanding of the Christmas idea before we are really able to
    • we understand this, then the individual Christmas idea which we
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    • auto-suggestion. The patient had the fixed idea that he had to
    • cause of the patient's fixed idea.
    • may cherish the highest ideal, the most beautiful ideals, even
    • though we may be true idealists. The highest ideals will remain
    • mean to be irreverent, nor do I destroy any ideal through lack of
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    • auto-suggestion. The patient had the fixed idea that he had to
    • cause of the patient's fixed idea.
    • may cherish the highest ideal, the most beautiful ideals, even
    • though we may be true idealists. The highest ideals will remain
    • mean to be irreverent, nor do I destroy any ideal through lack of
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    • since that time, we come across certain definite ideas on the
    • the past. In the Old Testament we find ideas which are above all
    • Judgment,” for example, we come across ideas connected with
    • conceptions of the world's beginning and end. Within these ideas
    • conception of the end of the earth lived on in historical ideas,
    • still find the influence of this idea of the world's beginning,
    • idea of this truth. Read what Schopenhauer wrote on the absence
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    • since that time, we come across certain definite ideas on the
    • the past. In the Old Testament we find ideas which are above all
    • Judgment,” for example, we come across ideas connected with
    • conceptions of the world's beginning and end. Within these ideas
    • conception of the end of the earth lived on in historical ideas,
    • still find the influence of this idea of the world's beginning,
    • idea of this truth. Read what Schopenhauer wrote on the absence
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    • Century formed and described his ideas, shows us that he believed
    • ideal-intellectualistic way and believed to be human beings in
    • into their ideas. Not so very long ago, the world of ideas was
    • different attitude towards the world of ideas grasped through his
    • past epochs. In earlier times, the world of ideas was linked up
    • substances. The idea of spontaneous generation from lifeless
    • certain ingredients, they never connected this with the idea of
    • are accustomed to form their ideas by assuming that their
    • element. When man turns his thoughts and ideas to lifeless
    • whole extent of facts and grasped in the form of ideas, then
    • realization of the rigid system of ideas.
    • first idea of what the Mysteries revealed to him. The subsequent
    • was not a clearly outlined idea, but a fundamental feeling of the
    • Gods as if they were idealized human beings. This way of setting
    • forth the Gods as idealized men proceeds from this fundamental
    • that is to say, he must again be able to win ideas which are
    • more be able to speak not of lifeless ideas and abstractions, but
    • rise up to the spirituality in which he is pervaded by ideas, and
    • take into this sphere of ideas all the living warmth that may
    • kindle in his soul. Man should again bring into his ideas the
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    • Century formed and described his ideas, shows us that he believed
    • ideal-intellectualistic way and believed to be human beings in
    • into their ideas. Not so very long ago, the world of ideas was
    • different attitude towards the world of ideas grasped through his
    • past epochs. In earlier times, the world of ideas was linked up
    • substances. The idea of spontaneous generation from lifeless
    • certain ingredients, they never connected this with the idea of
    • are accustomed to form their ideas by assuming that their
    • element. When man turns his thoughts and ideas to lifeless
    • whole extent of facts and grasped in the form of ideas, then
    • realization of the rigid system of ideas.
    • first idea of what the Mysteries revealed to him. The subsequent
    • was not a clearly outlined idea, but a fundamental feeling of the
    • Gods as if they were idealized human beings. This way of setting
    • forth the Gods as idealized men proceeds from this fundamental
    • that is to say, he must again be able to win ideas which are
    • more be able to speak not of lifeless ideas and abstractions, but
    • rise up to the spirituality in which he is pervaded by ideas, and
    • take into this sphere of ideas all the living warmth that may
    • kindle in his soul. Man should again bring into his ideas the
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    • soul is filled with emotions, resolutions, thoughts, ideals, and
    • who have hallucinations, visions and fixed ideas, which they
    • fixed ideas and images and to blot them out is one of the most
    • has no idea where the proofs for super-sensible truths should be
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    • soul is filled with emotions, resolutions, thoughts, ideals, and
    • who have hallucinations, visions and fixed ideas, which they
    • fixed ideas and images and to blot them out is one of the most
    • has no idea where the proofs for super-sensible truths should be
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    • visions and ideas (Ahnungen) with life. For these always existed.
    • ideas expressed in the second part of “Wilhelm
    • of idea of things which now arise in form of knowledge, and which
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    • visions and ideas (Ahnungen) with life. For these always existed.
    • ideas expressed in the second part of “Wilhelm
    • of idea of things which now arise in form of knowledge, and which
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    • this exact method to our will, thus reaching an inner, idealistic
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    • this exact method to our will, thus reaching an inner, idealistic
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    • In the physical world and in the world of thoughts we use ideas
    • ideas, really leaves him cold. We must learn to know this in
    • consciousness. The dry ideas, the laws of Nature which we are
    • submit coldly to inner ideas. Of course, this gives rise to the
    • idealistically, and the other more materialistically in
    • morphology, comparative physiology, and also ideas on the way in
    • accordance with modern ideas: “But science must not become
    • idea. Although modern scientists set up the fundamental law of
    • the human head with this idea and let us study it carefully.
    • anything besides the death of all ideals?
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    • In the physical world and in the world of thoughts we use ideas
    • ideas, really leaves him cold. We must learn to know this in
    • consciousness. The dry ideas, the laws of Nature which we are
    • submit coldly to inner ideas. Of course, this gives rise to the
    • idealistically, and the other more materialistically in
    • morphology, comparative physiology, and also ideas on the way in
    • accordance with modern ideas: “But science must not become
    • idea. Although modern scientists set up the fundamental law of
    • the human head with this idea and let us study it carefully.
    • anything besides the death of all ideals?
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    • allude to these things, for the fundamental idea which should
    • idea of this. We come across St.Paul, as a man who had a deep
    • understand Christianity in the right way, can have an idea of
    • thought is not consistent. Many people have no idea of logic.
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    • body, one generally has quite wrong ideas. Even in theosophy
    • be overcome. To obtain a correct idea of the substantiality
    • substance; this will give you a kind of idea of that which
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    • obtain an idea of this if you bear in mind that there is one
    • an idea of the relationship between developed and undeveloped
    • certain instincts into so-called ideals. Man reaches an ever
    • If you wish to have an idea of this imagine the following:
    • form an idea of what it means to control one's physical body
    • parts are completely intermingled. A true idea of this
    • ideal art is, the more the ideal essence manifests itself
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    • physical world. You may obtain some idea of what is round
    • fourth sphere of Devachan. There we find every original idea,
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    • In this connection we must first of all form an idea of that
    • idea. These primitive races often saw in the shadow, for
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    • easier to form an idea of reincarnation if we bear in mind a
    • idea of these Beings if you bear in mind that you sometimes
    • Folk-soul. To-day we have no definite idea in connection with
    • the idea of mother-love.
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    • has not the faintest idea of that which passed through the
    • Consequently something of the idea of guilt always adheres to
    • interpretation of the idea of Karma!
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    • right to believe or to declare that the modern idea of
    • complicated. If you wish to have an idea of this condition,
    • member and this was frequently connected with ideas of value.
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    • an idea of Saturn's fundamental substance. When speaking of
    • in certain regions of our globe, can give you an idea of how
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    • give us the best idea of his way of living.
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    • wish to tell you something which will give you an idea of
    • creative proceeded from the idea of things and then
    • the Godhead expressed these ideas in the form of words
    • this image, this idea.
    • think of the future ideal — a purified substance,
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    • made between an idea logical, intellectual and a spiritual
    • I wished to give you some idea of the Christian-Gnostic path
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    • will be looked upon as comical — ideas now
    • idea that in the nervous system (we will limit ourselves to
    • diagrammatic aspect, this is an idea that is generally
    • who can detect this. But it is an idea that is accepted by
    • of the most primitive kinds of ideas.
    • of the question that such infantile ideas should correspond
    • to any form of reality — ideas which presuppose that
    • telegraphic operator. This childish idea, which is met with
    • the slightest idea what mythological beings they conjure into
    • corrected before it can supply ideas that correspond
    • approximately to the real facts. The ideas ruling today are
    • definite weakening of the intensity takes place. When an idea
    • feeling and cosmic ideas. These things are only of value if
    • a sound foundation of knowledge for the conceptions and ideas
    • transfer their habitual ideas to the sphere of social life.
    • with the ideas that are gained today in the realm of science.
    • correct idea (this can be realized from the few examples I
    • physical plane — through all kinds of ideas which are
    • instance, brings forward an idea that is supposed to be
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    • of ideas — ideas concerning that which he perceives
    • through his senses, or ideas arising out of his own inner
    • embrace more than the sphere of the life of ideas and the
    • contained in our ideas and sense perceptions, knows nothing
    • dried-out ideas will never be able to grasp this. But ideas
    • Death. The thoughts of spiritual science, the ideas that we
    • You see, we must become acquainted with such ideas as these
    • if people would be willing to form ideas which, perhaps,
    • to forming other ideas than those borrowed from the physical
    • by reaching the point of separating the idea of the Angeloi
    • experiences by taking up ideas. In the spiritual world we
    • make our experiences by separating the ideas from ourselves.
    • so we set free the ideas of Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai.
    • someone cultivates exactly the same kind of ideas in 1914
    • that people should open themselves to the ideas and impulses
    • ideas. People must open themselves to these. But looked upon
    • might open themselves to inspired ideas. They were impulses
    • lived here in Switzerland, a man with great ideas, that were
    • He wrote on the idea of human liberty and its connection with
    • ideas germinated and greened, but what is recounted today as
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    • must interpret in another way the idea that “something
    • ideals can be the impulses of human actions. But ideals alone
    • influence of a pure idea; but the idea cannot effect
    • understand this, compare once more the idea with the mirrored
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    • then we must add still other thoughts to the various ideas
    • slightest idea of how the wheels of a clock work together,
    • possesses in his everyday consciousness is only an idea of
    • ego itself, but only the idea of the ego. It is easy to
    • go beyond the ideas of space and time to more
    • complicated ideas, if we really wish to penetrate into these
    • something of these bodies through ideas, through sense
    • connects this idea of freedom with the one fourth of his
    • as an idea, as a pure thought, and has the appearance of an
    • idea created within the element of fantasy. Because this is
    • so, because such an idea, which lies at the foundation of free
    • actions must appear to everyday consciousness as an idea created
    • not be that of the present. At present only ideas dealing
    • to tread in these footprints. The thread of ideas, the thread
    • of ideas and sense impressions. For this reason, what has
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    • investigate the idea of free will in a full light. It would
    • abstract scientific ideas limited to strict laws. Then your
    • in their case; when we contemplate such things, the idea of
    • man formed ideas which were connected only with one side of
    • has become accustomed to form only those ideas that can be
    • — It is the continuation of his ideas in a certain
    • that speaks against it. What ideal have human beings today,
    • result” — This is the idea, but it is based on an
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    • feeling that they speak in concepts and ideas which are only
    • do with an understanding of the idea of freedom in its widest
    • dimming down more and more the idea of freedom in all spheres
    • that he can exhaust everything with natural scientific ideas
    • predominating ideas and finally your past, and thus prove
    • wishes to take up every possible idea of reform on the basis
    • an ideal to be able to look back upon time, upon a remote
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    • form such ideas as these, if we wish to understand correctly. We must
    • The following may give some idea of what the book is intended to
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    • form such ideas as these, if we wish to understand correctly. We must
    • The following may give some idea of what the book is intended to
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    • some idea of the nature of that force which as sacrificial
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    • conceptions and ideas flourished that, in their broad
    • Persian idea is that the wickedness in the world, all that in
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    • perceptions, thoughts, and ideas, which are fundamentally the
    • idea. The pupils of Pythagoras understood as the power to
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    • us a feeling for the grandeur of the idea which lies at the
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    • to express the idea of something spiritual appearing
    • idea of the realms described by these words.
    • only express through a combination of the two ideas,
    • can attain. Such a man regards wisdom as an ideal, he feels
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    • Suppose also that this person had no idea of what was
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    • gather that it does not contradict the idea of karma for me
    • the idea of karma that a man's individual karma should
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    • nor Paul. People have no idea how far these so-called
    • ‘old,’ and have no idea that it is not the old
    • say he wished to support the idea of the community by
    • from any aversion, but because Eastern ideas, which have a
    • very ancient origin, cannot reach out to grasp the idea of
    • cherish such an ideal. If not so cherished it develops pride
    • have so far to show. This ideal must be experienced with
    • ideal before us, and when we understand the Reality, however
  • Title: Life Gifts: Lecture II: The Relativity of Knowledge, and Spiritual Cosmology
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    • the idea: One thing is right — and another is wrong. But I must
    • view, it is one definite way of making pictures, thoughts and ideas
    • certain ideal of natural science would be to turn out the light and
    • we shall gradually gain the idea that in the relations between the
    • of acquiring, by means of such Imaginations, ideas of the Universe
    • pictorial ideas. Copernicus has led man to calculate the universe;
  • Title: Life Gifts: Lecture III: Thoughts about the Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • In the idea
    • clearly upon ourselves certain ideas in Spiritual culture
    • something that is of main importance, that certain ideas now
    • ideas. Although all sorts of world-conceptions have appeared,
    • nature, they all deal with old ideas which have been in use
    • traditionally; for instance, ideas which appeared in Plato or
    • the object. This can be found in Plato. The more recent ideas
    • understand nothing of it. It is the kind of idea which you
    • because such ideas rests upon something which existed in
    • times certain ideas have been lost which must be
    • fundamental, basic ideas; ideas which must, as it were, again
    • draw your attention to two ideas which must be
    • possible. One of these is that an idea exists that really the
    • no idea! For that reason it does not know what physiological
    • can find this idea introduced by psychologists and especially
    • This idea too is the opposite of what is true. Instead of
    • idea. For if we do, we shall no longer say that what runs
    • reverse many of our ideas. If we seriously consider that in
    • are not able to form correct ideas as to what is happening on
    • the ordinary physical plane. We form false ideas about what
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    • only get reliable ideas concerning the incisive events of the
    • page I had for instance the sentence: “The idea is an
    • spirit by means of intuition. The idea is an individualized
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    • an idea which one may have concerning the life of the soul
    • animals can gain an idea of how in reality the
    • will, he considers thought or the idea as an illusion. That
    • This idea is
    • and it would be possible also to gain an idea of the
    • such ideas, such concepts might form the bridge from the
    • that, it is of immeasurable importance that the living ideas,
    • the spiritual life to find a place. To the ideas disseminated
    • Into this pregnant atmosphere, Darwin threw his ideas. All he
    • the ideas of Lamarck, for these things have been known to
    • to grasp the concept of how very different the ideas of the
    • idea, but also into the profoundest depth of the human being.
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    • and ideas which come to us from Spiritual Science. It might
    • through its ideas and its thoughts, would not be affected
    • forming of ideas) through which we then work upon these outer
    • back again. It has been repeatedly said that such an idea is
    • from this point of view what thoughts and ideas of Spiritual
    • possibility of making the ideas more mobile, occasions the
    • such an idea!
    • “Another idea is the discovery of the stealthy
    • tendency which has at last stripped off the old idealistic
    • ideas, a newspaper reporter wrote that I myself used symbolic
    • ideas which were untenable: the idea of
    • idea). It caught on, and now a second edition has appeared.
    • nature of the concept, ideas and thought in our soul, so that
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    • of flesh and blood. That however is an ideal which has been
    • have correct ideas as to what is taking place.
    • correct or false forces into our life of idea. The times can
    • 1914. Yet no man today can be really awake if all his ideas
    • will unconsciously conceive of it according to the ideas of
    • form new ideas is uncomfortable to man, and what I have just
    • disclosed is a new idea; it is nowhere to be found among the
    • required before we can grasp such ideas aright. I must
    • ideas. We know however that humanity becomes
    • change of ideas. One thing which must especially be
    • and the insipid tones which come from Wagner, to gain an idea
    • times; we must renew our world of ideas, we must renew our
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    • MONG the ideas advanced by Spiritual Science, that
    • of Reincarnation occupies a foremost place. The idea that the human
    • conceived ideas of morality exactly as he does to-day. But Spiritual
    • so deepen our feelings, ideas, and impulses that the powers of soul
    • of this doctrine lay, not in its theoretical concepts and ideas but
    • re-create this idea nowadays. Zarathustra calls this
    • this religion and the nobility which lifts it above ideas which play
    • highest moral idea (the moral purification of man) among the
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    • MONG the ideas advanced by Spiritual Science, that
    • of Reincarnation occupies a foremost place. The idea that the human
    • conceived ideas of morality exactly as he does to-day. But Spiritual
    • so deepen our feelings, ideas, and impulses that the powers of soul
    • of this doctrine lay, not in its theoretical concepts and ideas but
    • re-create this idea nowadays. Zarathustra calls this
    • this religion and the nobility which lifts it above ideas which play
    • highest moral idea (the moral purification of man) among the
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    • ideas of outer physical consciousness. The pictures must be related
    • consciousness was limited to the physical world around and to ideas
    • ask ourselves: of what nature was the life of feeling and ideas among
    • The idea of a triangle, for instance, must have been preceded by
    • The active principle of thought has become the power of ideation in
    • of man. Into the thoughts and ideas there
    • expression for such ideas in the world surrounding physical existence
    • whole life of soul. A man may imbue his soul with abstract ideas and
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    • ideas of outer physical consciousness. The pictures must be related
    • consciousness was limited to the physical world around and to ideas
    • ask ourselves: of what nature was the life of feeling and ideas among
    • The idea of a triangle, for instance, must have been preceded by
    • The active principle of thought has become the power of ideation in
    • of man. Into the thoughts and ideas there
    • expression for such ideas in the world surrounding physical existence
    • whole life of soul. A man may imbue his soul with abstract ideas and
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    • this on a meditative path. If a man sticks to a view or idea
    • in us without any outer cause, can create ideas and feelings only in
    • pure rays of light … etc. and awaken to an idea of light in
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    • through the ideas he makes of God. Such ideas can harm a man when he
    • Christ there in accordance with the ideas that he's made of
    • he's different from the ever so high ideas that one can make of
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    • to be fantastic ideas and dreams or even get angry about them.
    • ideas flow in according to the principle “steady dripping
    • ideal that one is striving towards or a mission that one has to
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    • don't accept these ideas and so don't fill the expansion.
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    • little superficial. The ideal would be to have a small group that
    • from it. Of course, the ideal would be if we would irradiate our
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    • latter no longer controls these ideas but is controlled by them and
    • these ideas an “inner Sadducee.” We all have such an
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    • them. An esoteric should always keep the karma idea in mind.
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    • gentlemen, have you had any ideas? If not, I will talk to you about
    • way to observe things in Nature. First, quite a significant idea is
    • Eve, but the idea is identical, and they have not really progressed if
    • these matters by the “learned,” and has no idea that what is
    • said: This man suffers from the fixed idea that he is the Emperor of
    • China. Of course this means that ideas have solidified in his head.
    • Instead of these ideas just remaining as thoughts, in his case they have
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    • gentlemen, have you had any ideas? If not, I will talk to you about
    • way to observe things in Nature. First, quite a significant idea is
    • Eve, but the idea is identical, and they have not really progressed if
    • these matters by the “learned,” and has no idea that what is
    • said: This man suffers from the fixed idea that he is the Emperor of
    • China. Of course this means that ideas have solidified in his head.
    • Instead of these ideas just remaining as thoughts, in his case they have
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    • another world where we have our ideas, thoughts and concepts before
    • ideas about what approaches us in this world. We should just open
    • pedagogical principles. One could set it up as an ideal that esoteric
    • remain calm in everyday life with respect to all events, ideas, etc.,
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    • thought or did anything. But after one has pursued this idea for
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    • of our thoughts and ideas around us, permeated completely by
    • idea that we think ourselves. But we esoterics must learn to face the
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    • ideas arise in us: You marvellous world body, it was through you,
    • than mere intellect. If new, creative ideas hadn't flowed in
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    • say that he forms an idea of the rose, but he'll think that this idea
    • the spirit, for in reality our ideas, our thoughts don't come
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    • an esoteric will reject ideas like the ones about microscopic or slow
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    • consciousness. We must also revise our ideas about what we'll
    • although this is only a good idea in special cases — and
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    • reflect this. It's only when one fills one's soul with ideas and
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    • percepts that Ahriman cools down becomes thoughts and ideas in men.
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    • “I am” as strongly as possible and with the idea that God
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    • the right idea of this if we say: Before descending to earth you were in
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    • subjective idea of the individual — the whole rich
    • spiritual meaning concealed in the ideals of liberty,
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    • the historical facts, his idea being rather to present his
    • disinclination toward any such idea of an
    • certain sense this has become an ideal for
    • idea of the “Logos?” The other Evangelists who
    • that the Logos-idea of Philo had entered into the spirit of
    • this idea of the Gospel of St. John). They should call
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    • to a common Father. We are now able to bring the idea of the
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    • ideal. (At a certain stage of esoteric discipleship, they are
    • says on one important occasion that this ideal will sometime
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    • they made a great deal of the idea that love was based upon
    • or folk. The folk of the Old Testament held fast to the idea
    • stupidities and childish ideas, and that we alone have
    • of humanity into matter and of how, according to the old idea
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    • they eat. An immense deepening of the idea of the Last Supper
    • unite with the idea that occupies us today namely, that the
    • in the highest sense, the idea of Karma, the karmic law. For
    • when anyone fully understands the idea of Karma, he will
    • human being. Unless the idea of Karma has been understood in
    • in order to turn her thoughts away from all idea of outer
    • that the idea of Karma is bound up with the idea of the
    • ideal will be accomplished.
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    • will get some idea of how literally and profoundly true the
    • egotistic and unidealistic as our own and it will become even
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    • themselves to the idea that outer reality is not illusion but
    • whose mission it was to grasp the idea of God in His
    • evolved and out of its womb was begotten the idea of the
    • Christ, the idea that spirit was to appear in the flesh. For
    • consciousness and in its ideas, with what was — to use
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    • after the Atlantean Flood. I intentionally avoided the idea
    • “race” does not fully coincide with the idea we
    • this ancient concept of the race. Yet false ideas can very
    • than the idea usually attached to the word race. Race can no
    • itself a process of reflection in the ego, in which ideas are
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    • foundation works more with other symbolic ideas which produce
    • speak of the idea of the so-called “virgin
    • exist and the misunderstanding connected with this idea
    • time the idea is all too prevalent that everything religious
    • complicated ideas, but we do not grant the same to Faith and
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    • the man ape or the ape man. This is a really ludicrous idea! What the
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    • I shall try to-day to give you an idea of how destiny actually takes
    • descriptions given will have conveyed some idea of the infinite
    • terms of an abstract idea of conscience, “You were a man who
    • mere collection of ideas and conceptions, when people speak
    • tally with the intellectual ideas of the psyche in man prevailing at
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    • whose ideas and convictions he was manifestly at variance and whose
    • rather uncultured, rough and ready way, ideas were elaborated for
    • seizing power — although beyond the fact that such ideas were
    • worked out, nothing could possibly come of them. These ideas for
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    • concepts, ideas. For what would a man be on Earth without them?
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    • ideal only in an external, inadequate way, inasmuch as jurisprudence
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    • of the soul any further than that during waking life, ideas, feelings,
    • organic life predominates as such and during such time allows no ideas
    • feelings in the souls of men by giving them ideas and conceptions of God
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    • fact that the initiative man is able to carry in his powers of ideation
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    • of the soul any further than that during waking life, ideas, feelings,
    • organic life predominates as such and during such time allows no ideas
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    • idea of it. They think they are not asleep, whereas in reality they are
    • fact that the initiative man is able to carry in his powers of ideation
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    • confronts in his thinking to this idea of
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    • sense, of ideas — for example such ideas as embrace the laws of
    • nature. But this possession of ideas does not really penetrate into
    • this super-sensible knowledge. The concepts and ideas that we have had
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    • who accept certain ideas of Darwinism as incontestable truths,
    • acknowledged everywhere, though the ideas of different thinkers
    • true that Ernst Haeckel's and Virchow's ideas on “the
    • would be glad if authoritative people had as clear ideas on
    • Darwinistic ideas. And it originated in a person who said to
    • natural idea. It is true, we believed that here as well as
    • general ideas about evolution are insufficient; you must also
    • is that while they have no idea that they have fallen prey to
    • unusual idea of the evolution of the soul as the above-mentioned
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    • acknowledged everywhere, though the ideas of different thinkers
    • true that Ernst Haeckel's and Virchow's ideas on “the
    • would be glad if authoritative people had as clear ideas on
    • Darwinistic ideas. And it originated in a person who said to
    • natural idea. It is true, we believed that here as well as
    • general ideas about evolution are insufficient; you must also
    • is that while they have no idea that they have fallen prey to
    • unusual idea of the evolution of the soul as the above-mentioned
    • the clearest thinkers of the day, “The idea of creation ...
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    • may find the path of ideas upward to the Spirit no less than downward
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    • form ideas, concepts, emotions and feelings, too, about what has been
    • through all kinds of reflection, through the development of ideas, we
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    • spin out all manner of ideas about karmic connections and repeated
    • certain way contradict our habitual ideas on the subject.
    • quite like this. I wanted only to awaken in you the idea that for the
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    • active Goddess Proserpina, the daughter of Demeter. And in the ideas in
    • of ideas took place between the Platonic souls from the School of
    • an exchange of ideas which took place in the Middle Ages at the turn of
    • of this exchange of ideas — since different conditions now
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    • soul and spirit — not a knowledge rooted in abstract ideas
    • On many matters very adequate ideas existed
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    • like Fichte, with pure, clear-cut ideas, saturated through and through
    • — which is a kind of resurrection of the ideas of Jacob Boehme.
    • he evolves ideas of Christianity which do contain, in
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    • idea of karma in real earnest. But we are living in the age of great
    • remained with him the ideas he had absorbed about Christianity and all
    • tenacity to penetrating ideas which he had passed through before. But
    • deep and far-reaching ideas. For in that time the human soul still had
    • if I might put it so, idealised through and through, filled with
    • ideas.
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    • her which we may express in these words: What were all the ideas I
    • ideas, but of perceptions, a living and powerful assimilation.
    • and was now a man. Because his perceptions and ideas were so vivid,
    • set up the idea of a Sun-State, a Solar State. Can you not see shining
    • would-be ideal State, there is to be a single leader, a kind of head
    • language becomes alive in him and permeates his thoughts and ideas. The
    • that came to him during his journey, magnificent ideas about the
    • shoots himself out of a deep inner impulse, having the idea that if he
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    • following of all those paths which lead, not to the ideals of the soul,
    • perhaps a certain idealism, a tendency to all manner of good and
    • beautiful and true ideals. But he will not come to the point of lifting
    • are necessary that the thoughts and ideas of men to-day may rise into
    • the spiritual world and that man may find the path of ideas upward to
    • true inner enthusiasm. Then shall we receive on the one hand the ideas
    • consciousness that with the ideas of Anthroposophy, relating as they do,
    • deeply and perseveringly into the ideas of Anthroposophy — it is
    • of the seventies, nevertheless it was formerly the case that the ideas
    • world of sense that even for the idealist to rise from intellectualism
    • world of Ideas. We must not, however, conceive that the
    • Ideas” in Plato's works are the abstract monster which
    • ideas are for us to-day, if we are given up to the ordinary
    • consciousness. For Plato, the “Ideas” were to some extent
    • vision — such in reality were the Ideas in Plato. They had a
    • thoughts henceforth evolved: the Ideas were taken by human beings in an
    • of Ideas. We need only take his later Dialogues, and we shall find
    • the spiritual to the form of the Idea.
    • that the Ideas are the foundations of all things present in the world of
    • behold, it is the outward expression and manifestation of Ideas.
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    • The survival of the old Mystery idea in a true
    • comprehension of the Easter idea.
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    • centuries; a Christian festival linked with the fundamental idea, the
    • the idea — that death, which envelops all Nature in the fall,
    • idea.
    • of man in death; and while the idea of death survived, the idea of
    • of men's feeling for the true idea of the resurrection must be
    • Michael, must intensify the idea of Christmas, so the idea of Easter
    • must become especially festive; for to the idea of death
    • anthroposophy must add the idea of resurrection. Anthroposophy itself
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    • to acquaint you with the Easter idea there is naturally no time to
    • Now, in all religions embodying the idea of this Father-God there
    • embraced in addition a clear idea of the Sun forces and even
    • tomorrow. But what must be grasped anew is the idea of Easter. This
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    • to a comprehension of the death event. I explained that the idea of
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    • memorize them, but have no idea what to do with them. It is exactly
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    • ideas, the primitive vision was a vision in the astral light.
    • ideas such as death and resurrection. In man, the astral
    • conception of Easter and the idea of Karma inherent in
    • idea of this anthroposophical thought, — a paradox
    • salvation through Christ Jesus and the idea of Karma. Such
    • the idea of Karmic justice. It would be wrong to withhold aid
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    • ideas, the primitive vision was a vision in the astral light.
    • ideas such as death and resurrection. In man, the astral
    • conception of Easter and the idea of Karma inherent in
    • idea of this anthroposophical thought, — a paradox
    • salvation through Christ Jesus and the idea of Karma. Such
    • the idea of Karmic justice. It would be wrong to withhold aid
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    • Ideas for a New Europe: Crisis and Opportunity for the West.
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    • Ideas for a New Europe: Crisis and Opportunity for the West.
    • do so. But his right rested more or less on something ideal, which
    • — protest against the idea of men as representatives of God.
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    • Ideas for a New Europe: Crisis and Opportunity for the West.
    • idealism, not to mention materialism — for they are practically
    • People have quite a skimpy idea about this
    • the dead, of the non-living in the world. As we still have no idea of
    • economic imperialism of Great Britain and even a certain idea of
    • Protestant circles the idea has arisen that the Church is only the
    • Suddenly from the imperialism of platitudes comes the idea that it
    • Wilsonian ideas if they really had the intense desire for truthful
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    • the idea that in the regions in which man lives between death
    • an idea, because he had so completely lost it. The capacity
    • Christ. And we gain an idea of the progress of history in the
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    • the idea that in the regions in which man lives between death
    • an idea, because he had so completely lost it. The capacity
    • Christ. And we gain an idea of the progress of history in the
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    • life. This idea should never lead us to regard an external
    • endeavour. Such ideas should never remain mere theory. The
    • brain for the forming of judgments and ideas. But there was a
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    • life. This idea should never lead us to regard an external
    • endeavour. Such ideas should never remain mere theory. The
    • brain for the forming of judgments and ideas. But there was a
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    • establishes the idea of an antithesis between life and death,
    • establishing conceptions and ideas in the most exact manner
    • That is an idea which ought to make clear to anyone who
    • for instance, the idea of the indestructibility of matter has
    • fishes. The idea, that the living can only develop from the
    • order to form, as it were, conceptions and ideas concerning
    • being. We must first gain an idea of the nature of fatigue. I
    • cannot now go into all the ideas which have been collected on
    • we work with ideas which just merely touch the surface of
    • ourselves that it is possible to develop ideas and
    • when the idea of “I,” the conception of his own
    • experience, and the conception or idea of this
    • conception or idea and which can embody itself in the memory.
    • the universe is only our idea of it. But that lies in the
    • confusion of perception with idea. Both must be emphatically
    • differentiated. The idea is something which is reproduced. No
    • not receive the inner impression of the idea, it cannot be
    • stated that the idea is nothing more than what presents
    • the idea of a hot piece of steel, no matter how hot,
    • between idea and sense-perception. Therefore we an say that
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    • establishes the idea of an antithesis between life and death,
    • establishing conceptions and ideas in the most exact manner
    • That is an idea which ought to make clear to anyone who
    • for instance, the idea of the indestructibility of matter has
    • fishes. The idea, that the living can only develop from the
    • order to form, as it were, conceptions and ideas concerning
    • being. We must first gain an idea of the nature of fatigue. I
    • cannot now go into all the ideas which have been collected on
    • we work with ideas which just merely touch the surface of
    • ourselves that it is possible to develop ideas and
    • when the idea of “I,” the conception of his own
    • experience, and the conception or idea of this
    • conception or idea and which can embody itself in the memory.
    • the universe is only our idea of it. But that lies in the
    • confusion of perception with idea. Both must be emphatically
    • differentiated. The idea is something which is reproduced. No
    • not receive the inner impression of the idea, it cannot be
    • stated that the idea is nothing more than what presents
    • the idea of a hot piece of steel, no matter how hot,
    • between idea and sense-perception. Therefore we an say that
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    • to the seven Earth kingdoms, on Venus and Vulcan the idea
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    • still knew nothing, while he still had no idea that there
    • We can gain some idea of this moment if we picture the
    • refinement of ideas. The ideas man has about the sense-world
    • has there something like a basic idea of the animal from
    • itself. What did the first disciples experience as the ideal
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    • the very first ages of Christianity the idea came into
    • every soul. If we wish to have an idea of the manner in which
    • pictures from the sense world. One can only give an idea of
    • to-day only form an idea by comparing them with the depths of
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    • and ideas. The clairvoyant consciousness sees portrayed in
    • the lowest impulses to the highest ethical ideals.
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    • All that is connected with the idea of race is still the
    • the idea of civilization has already superseded the idea of
    • the idea that in the secular material sense there is no truth
    • Commandments. What God commanded belonged to the ancient idea
    • ideas of law to Hamurabi, etc. True equity and the idea of
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    • not only the comparison but the whole idea, proceeds from the
    • get an idea of how, through the deepening of the
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    • Roman idea of justice came into the world, when every one's
    • civilizations are still inter-mingled. The true idea of race
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    • consciousness which consists of odds and ends of ideas and
    • idea of the three elementary kingdoms. People think they have
    • will succeed in forming some kind of idea of the three
    • of perception to form ideas about these kingdoms which are
    • mineral beings, because they have no idea that there is
    • subtle ideas as we must have in Spiritual Science if we wish
    • by no means call them kingdoms any longer, the idea
    • extremely misleading, for it led to the idea that these seven
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    • Polarian human race. It is difficult to form any idea of this
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    • the occultist freedom is inseparably connected with the idea
    • art of black magic. It is also bad that certain ideas are
    • these are the ideas which rule the world to-day in certain,
    • consider two ideas which in a certain sense may serve as a
    • ideas of the “first death” and the “second death.”
    • humanity? We must form a clear picture of the ideas which the
    • who has taken this personality as his ideal.” But we need not
    • during the day a man fills his mind with pictures and ideas
    • belonging to him. We can form an idea of what will then
    • future of humanity opens up before us and we get some idea of
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    • will then show how with regard to these ideas we should lay hold of
    • Science with any kind of old errors or mystical ideas, bordering on
    • some idea of the Spirits of Form — a very meagre idea but in
    • you as the ideal of the Goethean world-conception. With the aid of
    • of ideas about reality — ideas that enable him to come to
    • programmes, marvellously beautiful ideas, by which it is always
    • accordance with his own idea of what they are or what they should be.
    • beings. Anyone who starts out with the idea that all men must be
    • Luciferic fantasy; the point is not to cherish a general idea but to
    • of ideas have been devised for making the world happy! And in the
    • only through these particular ideas. This is because such Luciferic
    • be organised on the lines of these airy notions. Such ideas of how to
    • of concepts and ideas developed outside space and outside time. Most
    • standpoint of a nebulous mysticism, or in terms of abstract ideas,
    • ready-made ideas about the phenomenon of death than to call it the
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    • it was so highly clarified in its concepts and ideas that in this way
    • imaginative way, with the Greeks it was grasped in ideas, in
    • wisdom which, however, is already converted into ideas and concepts.
    • have any concept, any idea, any perception, of the human personality
    • his own ideas as conclusive, and having no inclination to look into
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    • certain horror of the very idea of death. Just because they
    • there were some who arrived at the idea — but in an
    • opposition to the false idea that death belongs to the world of the
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    • attention not so much to the idea it expresses as to the feeling it
    • phenomena were planned. If you consider the scientific ideals of to-day
    • idea of how people would then have behaved if in this way genius had
    • mankind; what could have happened? You will be able to form some idea
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    • possible to gain from history some idea of why Justinian swept away
    • Why docs he do this? — for then we shall gain some idea of what
    • substantial thing; no substance is left once you have the idea of
    • get the right idea of this spiritual medical knowledge if you say:
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    • an ideal point — something we cannot really see. Yet it is
    • idea that although this event, which to-day sheds its rays as a fully
    • philistine ideas. That which threatens our time from the direction
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    • concepts and ideas relating to outer, material existence. What is
    • understand these things. They can be understood because the ideas
    • of understanding. Its ideas cannot be supported by external, physical
    • you will find that like the cosmic bodies the ideas support and
    • saying: “We have no idea what the Members in Vienna are doing,
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    • only concepts and ideas they will accept are concerned with the
    • have become susceptible to illness. These ideas and impressions work
    • have been no more than an idea or inner experience of the soul in one
    • illness by a treatment based upon spiritual views and ideas. And
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    • influence of ideas, of physical happenings, and so forth
    • It was a matter at that time of introducing the idea of karma with
    • difficult idea for our contemporaries to grasp. In an age when it can
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    • into enthusiasm for ideals of the Future. Schiller's ideals of the
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    • you an idea of how Bernardus Sylvestris and Alanus ab Insulis, above
    • something is imparted by way of concepts and ideas. In the first
    • speaking about the Christ problem. I propounded my ideas which were
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    • enlightenment to mankind in the form of ideas, of thoughts —
    • but ideas and thoughts that grasp the spiritual. His wish is that man
    • they have ideas; they are intellectual, possessing as it were
    • Whence do you derive your concepts, your ideas? — they would
    • with these revelations, the ideas. They did not regard the ideas as
    • men, later on known as Nominalists, who said: Concepts and ideas are
    • dominion from the Earth. In asserting that ideas are only names and
    • Order who maintained: Ideas and thoughts are spiritual realities
    • make it clear to my students that the Ideas made manifest in the
    • existence in lamb-flesh as the form, the idea of the lamb —
    • idea, a reality. Similarly, as idea, “wolf” is not
    • whatever. If the idea “lamb” contains no reality, is only
    • before us as the lamb, the idea “lamb” has, as it were,
    • wolf: the idea “wolf” has gathered the matter and cast it
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    • great Teachers of humanity received truly spiritual ideas, thoughts,
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    • caught up in the old ideas. The attempts at social renewal were met
    • must say to ourselves: the contemporary world is full of ideals
    • ideals by those who believe in them and are in the service of them
    • is generally demanded when such a representation of ideals is brought
    • demanded; but what is mostly demanded is that the asserted ideal
    • an assertion of the ideal is that an absolute agreement is demanded.
    • – a spiritually ideal counterbalance to everything connected to
    • ideal spiritual movement with any other, which also calls itself
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    • caught up in the old ideas. The attempts at social renewal were met
    • must say to ourselves: the contemporary world is full of ideals
    • ideals by those who believe in them and are in the service of them
    • is generally demanded when such a representation of ideals is brought
    • demanded; but what is mostly demanded is that the asserted ideal
    • an assertion of the ideal is that an absolute agreement is demanded.
    • – a spiritually ideal counterbalance to everything connected to
    • ideal spiritual movement with any other, which also calls itself
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    • terrible torture chamber of the prevailing inartistic ideas
    • his thoughts and ideas into the mineral. The task of today is
    • make good and redeem those others. This idea gives sympathy
    • alone would fill up the Divine idea; therefore this can only
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    • terrible torture chamber of the prevailing inartistic ideas
    • his thoughts and ideas into the mineral. The task of today is
    • make good and redeem those others. This idea gives sympathy
    • alone would fill up the Divine idea; therefore this can only
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    • clear idea as to the precise nature of these four kingdoms;
    • an idea of these Beings, if we ask ourselves: where does the
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    • you delve yet deeper into this idea, you'll find it shown,
    • absorbed quite ordinary ideas from his environment as any
    • The idea behind this building came to him and he understood
    • great idea of the architect celebrated a resurrection and he
    • believed he could recognize the thought, the idea, behind it.
    • no idea of the eternal wisdom embodied in this second part, a
    • his days, was as yet unable to express the idea of
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    • superficial idea of it from lecturers or brochures will
    • you delve yet deeper into this idea, you'll find it shown,
    • absorbed quite ordinary ideas from his environment as any
    • The idea behind this building came to him and he understood
    • great idea of the architect celebrated a resurrection and he
    • believed he could recognize the thought, the idea, behind it.
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    • his days, was as yet unable to express the idea of
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    • into practice, not only in respect of high ideals but in
    • abstract ideas but only through such knowledge, ideas and
    • of some moral goal, some ideal towards which we strive
    • lead beyond the horizon of our ordinary life to our ideals.
    • something spiritual, is still an ideal of the far future.
    • intermingled with deeds performed in pursuit of an ideal.
    • admit that in our life an ideal hovers before us on lofty
    • heights whereas the deeds we perform in pursuit of this ideal
    • not felt this has little knowledge of what an ideal is in the
    • as an ideal which hovers high above us. Our thinking and
    • ideal to which we aspire is like a big circle. The reverse is
    • all deeds performed in pursuit of an ideal stimulate and
    • higher worlds. Together with the old clairvoyance, ideals
    • streamed down into human souls, and these ideals kindled the
    • school where ideals which enter the heart of themselves are
    • the ideals which come of themselves, which are there without
    • live without ideals unless, out of their own free will they
    • became desert soil for his ideals. Cosmic evolution passes
    • like a consuming fire over the ideals and the one and only
    • then be possible for ideals again to flow down from these
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    • into practice, not only in respect of high ideals but in
    • abstract ideas but only through such knowledge, ideas and
    • of some moral goal, some ideal towards which we strive
    • lead beyond the horizon of our ordinary life to our ideals.
    • something spiritual, is still an ideal of the far future.
    • intermingled with deeds performed in pursuit of an ideal.
    • admit that in our life an ideal hovers before us on lofty
    • heights whereas the deeds we perform in pursuit of this ideal
    • not felt this has little knowledge of what an ideal is in the
    • as an ideal which hovers high above us. Our thinking and
    • ideal to which we aspire is like a big circle. The reverse is
    • all deeds performed in pursuit of an ideal stimulate and
    • higher worlds. Together with the old clairvoyance, ideals
    • streamed down into human souls, and these ideals kindled the
    • school where ideals which enter the heart of themselves are
    • the ideals which come of themselves, which are there without
    • live without ideals unless, out of their own free will they
    • became desert soil for his ideals. Cosmic evolution passes
    • like a consuming fire over the ideals and the one and only
    • then be possible for ideals again to flow down from these
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    • impossible for effectual, fruitful social ideas to be
    • ideas. For this reason, as I explained last Sunday, these
    • social ideas, which are truly effectual, must come to people.
    • unsatisfactory conceptions and ideas, there yet dwells in his
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    • the comprehensive ideas constituting world conceptions. Among
    • constituting the ideal of Trotsky and Lenin, and you will see
    • proletariat world conception the idea that labor is a
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture III: The Mechanistic, Eugenic and Hygienic Aspects of the Future
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    • of abstract and absolute ideals.
    • vaguely sense in this epoch as the ideal for humanity. Men
    • No matter what lofty ideals may be set up in Central and
    • capacity — and this is precisely the ideal of British
    • action, which is the ideal of those secret centers, it will
    • will have curious ideas when they are informed now, for
    • campaign with reference to the East. The idea had never been
    • with the idea that this war on two fronts could not be
    • was by no means developed from mere intellectual ideas as an
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    • programs are thought out, no matter what ideal social
    • said that the ideal of community life within a state is a
    • democracy. Good! Let us assume„that the ideal of
    • in which men form their concepts, the entire idealogical
    • they form their political ideas according to their economic
    • investigate such conceptions will find that this idea is in
    • ideas are not formed on the basis of economic conditions, but
    • through political ideas. This Professor Michel then points to
    • conditions were determined by political ideas, by the
    • Florence was not developed because of such an idea as the
    • course of the economic events with their idealogical
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    • characterized by the idea of mere duality — a good and
    • order to propose ideals to men. We must be able to look into
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    • of what social structure exists and what social ideas are
    • illusory ideals of the present Russian revolution are
    • ideas that seek to be realized in this Russian revolution and
    • speculations, clever concepts, ideas, and even clever notions
    • ideas are born only in the heads of the proletariat
    • proletariat live. These ideas can never be born in the
    • ideas. Only within the class of the workers do ideas arise
    • shall apply that holds that the controlling ideas in the
    • conducted things according to ideas corresponding to the
    • previously. If the old ideas are maintained, if there is
    • manifested itself in these ideas. Trotsky believed in the
    • shown conclusively that this idea of Trotsky's is out of
    • ideas, which ignore realities, to bring about any sort of
    • everywhere as ideal — the parliamentary system with its
    • will burgeon into a dreamy idealism, which may have nothing
    • sense here but this dreamy idealism is connected with
    • illusory ideas and, indeed, much must be corrected. It may
    • these ideas shall enter into human life. In other words, the
    • away from abstract fantastic ideals for human happiness,
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    • ideas, which then run as leading-threads, leit-motifs through
    • the entire Esoteric Movement. Such an idea, is that of Rhythm
    • forming ideas about the things around us. Let us attempt to
    • concretely, an example shall be given. Those ideas and soul
    • reality but of whether it is one which will form ideas in the
    • friends, if we treat such an idea in this way, so that we
    • must forget everything else in the presence of that idea, we
    • directed to that one idea for a long period, say for a
    • one idea, one soul-experience, which is different from that
    • religious or Anthroposophical ideas. And so the Seer could
    • only receive an impression if we send him ideas and concepts
    • idea is a kind of opiate, the object of which is to help him
    • brought by the sleeping souls in the way of spiritual ideas.
    • world spiritual ideas and concepts we deprive the dead souls
    • spiritual stimulation; with the spiritual ideas we carry
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    • ideas, which then run as leading-threads, leit-motifs through
    • the entire Esoteric Movement. Such an idea, is that of Rhythm
    • forming ideas about the things around us. Let us attempt to
    • concretely, an example shall be given. Those ideas and soul
    • reality but of whether it is one which will form ideas in the
    • friends, if we treat such an idea in this way, so that we
    • must forget everything else in the presence of that idea, we
    • directed to that one idea for a long period, say for a
    • one idea, one soul-experience, which is different from that
    • religious or Anthroposophical ideas. And so the Seer could
    • only receive an impression if we send him ideas and concepts
    • idea is a kind of opiate, the object of which is to help him
    • brought by the sleeping souls in the way of spiritual ideas.
    • world spiritual ideas and concepts we deprive the dead souls
    • spiritual stimulation; with the spiritual ideas we carry
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    • we have lived the great ideal which we want to express through
    • inclined to dedicate our forces to this great ideal of mankind,
    • as of an ideal; but over against them stand Ahriman. We can
    • speak of ‘all-wisdom’ as of an ideal; but over against it
    • can stand as ideals. But cosmic love — we feel that it
    • are reminded of the highest wisdom, and that the ideal of
    • impulse which can bring us the high ideal for which we strive.
    • anthroposophical ideal. We shall attain that which is to be
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    • we have lived the great ideal which we want to express through
    • inclined to dedicate our forces to this great ideal of mankind,
    • as of an ideal; but over against them stand Ahriman. We can
    • speak of ‘all-wisdom’ as of an ideal; but over against it
    • can stand as ideals. But cosmic love — we feel that it
    • are reminded of the highest wisdom, and that the ideal of
    • impulse which can bring us the high ideal for which we strive.
    • anthroposophical ideal. We shall attain that which is to be
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    • Scientific Knowledge was then very different from the ideas
    • had no idea that Aristotle was speaking of the Etheric
    • space.” To men with views such as these, the idea was
    • surprised at the excitement such an idea created in all,
    • this terrible complication of ideas which had to be got rid
    • differently, Galileo had already demonstrated this idea;
    • idea of that time. Galileo said: — “If you take a
    • Giordano Bruno mirrors for us all the great ideas of that
    • been content to grope about amongst the old ideas of
    • ideas of Giordano Bruno, we shall not see the fleshly human
    • enthusiasm — to the idea of the re-incarnation of the
    • have the representation, as the idea is the conception of the
    • as Idea, as the Thought that precedes the Word.” In
    • which he means, that the idea which exists in the Divine
    • shadows of the Divine Ideas. “Note well”, he
    • of the Divine Idea, our concepts will be again fructified
    • Spirit is weaving His Ideas into the original, so that we
    • the Divine Idea.
    • into the world of ideas; and in his own words “The
    • Goethe could not understand this highly materialistic idea.
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    • Scientific Knowledge was then very different from the ideas
    • had no idea that Aristotle was speaking of the Etheric
    • space.” To men with views such as these, the idea was
    • surprised at the excitement such an idea created in all,
    • this terrible complication of ideas which had to be got rid
    • differently, Galileo had already demonstrated this idea;
    • idea of that time. Galileo said: — “If you take a
    • Giordano Bruno mirrors for us all the great ideas of that
    • been content to grope about amongst the old ideas of
    • ideas of Giordano Bruno, we shall not see the fleshly human
    • enthusiasm — to the idea of the re-incarnation of the
    • have the representation, as the idea is the conception of the
    • as Idea, as the Thought that precedes the Word.” In
    • which he means, that the idea which exists in the Divine
    • shadows of the Divine Ideas. “Note well”, he
    • of the Divine Idea, our concepts will be again fructified
    • Spirit is weaving His Ideas into the original, so that we
    • the Divine Idea.
    • into the world of ideas; and in his own words “The
    • Goethe could not understand this highly materialistic idea.
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    • fact that the idea of the unconscious which prevails in
    • psychoanalysis is unfounded. As long as this idea
    • a purely negative idea — persists, we are bound to say
    • ideas, to carry its influence deeply into human living, so the
    • The spirit can never be grasped through the idea of the
    • — who put out the idea that the time of materialism will
    • through so many gatherings and books and societies the idea
    • himself entirely with concepts and ideas and experiences drawn
    • ideas. While a man who has absorbed spiritual concepts enters
    • enough spiritual ideas to carry him into the spiritual world.
    • Accordingly, whether or not we have absorbed spiritual ideas in
    • spiritual ideas during this life, or were prevented from
    • spiritual ideas and feelings, the souls become
    • materialistic ideas between birth and death. Thus these souls
    • I would like to describe for you the ideal that these initiates
    • little misled by the prevailing materialistic ideas, a little
    • led away from the old well-founded religious ideas. Picture
    • of nature and nothing more. They were to get the idea that just
    • important idea that the manifestations came from the dead
    • influence of a quite definite idea and a quite definite
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    • or with a system of ideas but with the communication of facts.
    • or ideas, but stating facts — facts that are connected
    • we approach the world with the preconceived idea that
    • ideas; to ideas which cannot embrace the whole of reality. The
    • only adequate ideas will be those that are able to grasp a
    • blessing for mankind. We can lay hold of nature with ideas that
    • cannot get away from the idea that all this must form a single
    • experience it to the full. And the idea of human freedom should
    • social-political ideas. Ireland is one such factor, and
    • faulty scientific ideas to human life; but the underlying
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    • to arouse in you any magnificent ideas, but so as to bring
    • ideas, but you will agree that the article is remarkable
    • the distinction between the worn-out ideas which have led into
    • During the last centuries three ideas have gradually emerged in
    • nebulous ideas by which people nowadays try to grasp these
    • has all become abstract, and it is of abstract ideas that
    • thing, not yet seen, will be recognised. To-day the idea is
    • From this side also will be spread the idea that man cannot be
    • and arsenic under another. You can well imagine how ideas of
    • materialistic colouring; if the abstract ideas of God, virtue
    • and immortality are turned into the concrete ideas of
    • are only if we are in a position to bring the ideas of
    • light that can come from such ideas as those I have been
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    • to an idea that is far from familiar.-
    • concepts and ideas but also quite different feelings and
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    • have said that ideas are at work in history and then become
    • history — say: Ideas — so much twaddle! Economic
    • Theosophical Society had their own ideas of what may or may not
    • overwhelming, but we must gradually get accustomed to the idea.
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    • the past is transformed into a resolute striving for ideals
    • enthusiasm for the future, for ideals which point to the
    • the soul descended, this was all transformed into ideals
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    • he was, Garibaldi was also an idealist, as is clear even from
    • Mazzini, the idealist who takes no part in practical affairs;
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    • conceive the idea, ‘I want to get hold of the clock,’ does my
    • living in the nineteenth century and their ideas flow on
    • gained a clear idea of how man can begin to glimpse his own
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    • have no idea whatever of what Gnostic Christianity is. For with
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    • be idealists because they have accustomed themselves to look
    • respectable idealist would prefer to be without. But without it
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    • asleep and awaking, we should not spurn ideas which diverge
    • grasp the idea that ego and astral body have, initially, no
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    • experiences the withdrawing of his ideational world. The
    • ideas, the powers of thought, become objects, become something
    • years. A world has been woven into an ideational image. Only
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    • idealism; the more we are conscious of the spiritual
    • contain an idealistic, spiritual element, who know that
    • possessing an idealistic speech are able to establish
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    • forty-nine or fifty. Naturally, such an idea is bound to shock
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    • art was still felt to be an expression of the ideal to which
    • from the spiritual world might perhaps smile at the idea of
    • gradually replaced by what is achieved when the world of ideas
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    • my fee, the idea being that any claim I might make had thus
    • nature, and the ideas contained in Hegel's natural philosophy.
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    • idea that is rather remote from present-day mentality. Modern
    • is with the spiritual, it is essential to grasp this idea of
    • ideas of Goethe. I tried to explain how the head, in respect of
    • must familiarize yourselves with an idea which it is not easy
    • feeling with our thoughts and ideas. Suppose a person
    • merely be a thought or an idea, it must be imbued with feeling
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    • patient had the fixed idea that he had to die; it was an
    • patient's fixed idea.
    • desire, even though we may cherish the highest ideals, the most
    • beautiful ideals, even though we may be true idealists. The
    • highest ideals will remain mere desires, if we are not able to
    • ideal through lack of reverence, for I have a deep feeling for
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    • and preclude any idea of swindle or fraud.
    • consciously arise in the human soul as an ethical, moral ideal,
    • proceeds from the ideal strength of pure ethical thinking. This
    • form of ethical ideas and had to explain that these do not come
    • and see the solution in the contemplation of ethical ideas
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    • the world of thoughts we use ideas and thoughts, which as such,
    • physical world, as well as the world of ideas, really leaves
    • consciousness. The dry ideas, the laws of Nature which we are
    • longer able to submit coldly to inner ideas. No doubt one is
    • that way, one more idealistically, and the other more
    • accustomed to think in accordance with modern ideas: “But
    • us approach the human head with this idea and let us study it
    • too of all ideals?
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    • ideas continually altered regarding the course of development
    • want of faith regarding all theoretical science. The idea of
    • still of course hear of extraordinary ideas on the part of
    • is much more thoroughly dealt with. Such ideas constantly
    • To recognise governing ideas in history, therefore, apart
    • about by a few stock ideas, — if scientists could only
    • look upon Goethe's ideas regarding colour as nonsense; this
    • another. We can form an idea of the living cooperation of the
    • to form such an idea, and we are helped by the fact that a
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    • ideas continually altered regarding the course of development
    • want of faith regarding all theoretical science. The idea of
    • still of course hear of extraordinary ideas on the part of
    • is much more thoroughly dealt with. Such ideas constantly
    • To recognise governing ideas in history, therefore, apart
    • about by a few stock ideas, — if scientists could only
    • look upon Goethe's ideas regarding colour as nonsense; this
    • another. We can form an idea of the living cooperation of the
    • to form such an idea, and we are helped by the fact that a
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    • — what lives in it in the form of ideas, feelings or
    • faced by an entirely false idea of the Christ. This is quite
    • natural. She handed this idea over to her more intimate
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    • — what lives in it in the form of ideas, feelings or
    • faced by an entirely false idea of the Christ. This is quite
    • natural. She handed this idea over to her more intimate
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    • consciousness any ideas or concepts from spiritual
    • knowledge of spiritual science, with its concepts and ideas
    • ideas, of all kinds. Let us now ask: — Do not errors
    • the spiritual world one can have an idea as to how errors can
    • idealism, spiritism, etc, and whoever is not a fanatic in one
    • idea of this. Assuming it is possible at a definite age in
    • hardly possible to attain the ideal of a spiritual
    • expressed in the ideas and concepts of the healthy human
    • belief. The ideal condition on the contrary would be when the
    • and ideas of the healthy human understanding, thereby making
    • existing in the soul for the truth of the ideas transmitted,
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    • consciousness any ideas or concepts from spiritual
    • knowledge of spiritual science, with its concepts and ideas
    • ideas, of all kinds. Let us now ask: — Do not errors
    • the spiritual world one can have an idea as to how errors can
    • idealism, spiritism, etc, and whoever is not a fanatic in one
    • idea of this. Assuming it is possible at a definite age in
    • hardly possible to attain the ideal of a spiritual
    • expressed in the ideas and concepts of the healthy human
    • belief. The ideal condition on the contrary would be when the
    • and ideas of the healthy human understanding, thereby making
    • existing in the soul for the truth of the ideas transmitted,
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    • man declares by word of mouth lofty ideals of ‘right and
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    • itself is obstinate when we try to elaborate ideas according to
    • a woman — sets to work and forms her ideas in such a way
    • in question. Forming ideas like that, one simply cuts as with a
    • impulse to ‘cut’ with one's ideas, one would describe with
    • concepts and ideas. In many a work of our time we can
    • criticise it, giving ourselves up to an abstract idealism; ...
    • ideas have been found, adequate to the realities of this fifth
    • ‘Liberal’ system. This idea pleased him, and —
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    • itself is obstinate when we try to elaborate ideas according to
    • a woman — sets to work and forms her ideas in such a way
    • in question. Forming ideas like that, one simply cuts as with a
    • impulse to ‘cut’ with one's ideas, one would describe with
    • concepts and ideas. In many a work of our time we can
    • criticise it, giving ourselves up to an abstract idealism; ...
    • ideas have been found, adequate to the realities of this fifth
    • ‘Liberal’ system. This idea pleased him, and —
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    • gain an idea of the individual man's position in
    • enthuse in a multitude of pleasing, comforting ideas; we will
    • receive ideas which can carry and sustain us throughout
    • They talk of heredity; but they will only gain a right idea of
    • ideal of the Bourgeois we then contrasted the Eastern goal. (It
    • than the Eastern.) What is the Eastern goal? It is the ideal of
    • the Pilgrim. These two ideals —
    • developed social insight, far-reaching social ideas. He turned
    • now rather in our ideas; John Stuart Mill expressed practically
    • to receive the sustaining ideas of Spiritual Science.
    • Spiritual Science gives us certain ideas and concepts as
    • concepts which are being proclaimed to men as high ideals, not
    • with the object of their attaining what these ideals imply, but
    • — exactly the same. An ideal example! Assume, for
    • such ideas are proclaimed in this quarter or that, and
    • graphic descriptions we can gain a vivid idea of what it is.
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    • gain an idea of the individual man's position in
    • enthuse in a multitude of pleasing, comforting ideas; we will
    • receive ideas which can carry and sustain us throughout
    • They talk of heredity; but they will only gain a right idea of
    • ideal of the Bourgeois we then contrasted the Eastern goal. (It
    • than the Eastern.) What is the Eastern goal? It is the ideal of
    • the Pilgrim. These two ideals —
    • developed social insight, far-reaching social ideas. He turned
    • now rather in our ideas; John Stuart Mill expressed practically
    • to receive the sustaining ideas of Spiritual Science.
    • Spiritual Science gives us certain ideas and concepts as
    • concepts which are being proclaimed to men as high ideals, not
    • with the object of their attaining what these ideals imply, but
    • — exactly the same. An ideal example! Assume, for
    • such ideas are proclaimed in this quarter or that, and
    • graphic descriptions we can gain a vivid idea of what it is.
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    • And they direct their attacks especially against this idea of
    • all the ideas and conceptions such people have of their God:
    • what do these ideas describe? None other than the being
    • by giving ourselves up to fanciful ideas. The spiritual
    • the rise of the ideas of Nationality, which are an
    • existed in the ancient sense, this idea was carried out with
    • idea to construct the whole device, the instrument of movement
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    • And they direct their attacks especially against this idea of
    • all the ideas and conceptions such people have of their God:
    • what do these ideas describe? None other than the being
    • by giving ourselves up to fanciful ideas. The spiritual
    • the rise of the ideas of Nationality, which are an
    • existed in the ancient sense, this idea was carried out with
    • idea to construct the whole device, the instrument of movement
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    • Later the idea was formed that the first king was the
    • a human ideal lying in a far distant future, an ideal which can
    • it the profound idea in spiritual science of the unification of
    • penetrated and convinced by the feelings and ideas that I have
    • Christian idea — but a pilgrim in whose heart and soul
    • these ideas live, transformed into feeling. It is not easy to
    • process occurring in human life, in which the highest ideas,
    • although there is no need for all our ideas to live again, we
    • for him to understand in ideas the meaning of this profound
    • his stern father. The soul transforms its knowledge into ideas
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    • Later the idea was formed that the first king was the
    • a human ideal lying in a far distant future, an ideal which can
    • it the profound idea in spiritual science of the unification of
    • penetrated and convinced by the feelings and ideas that I have
    • Christian idea — but a pilgrim in whose heart and soul
    • these ideas live, transformed into feeling. It is not easy to
    • process occurring in human life, in which the highest ideas,
    • although there is no need for all our ideas to live again, we
    • for him to understand in ideas the meaning of this profound
    • his stern father. The soul transforms its knowledge into ideas
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    • world. He pays attention to the ideas, the thoughts, the deeds, the
    • given of his life and deeds on earth, but the idea that earlier
    • into the schools, all the ideas and views presented to us by the
    • Christianity and his ideas about the evolution of animals and man.
    • evolved their particular views and ideas. But if we go more deeply
    • soul, formed itself into ideas, into thoughts. On the other hand,
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    • of ideas dominated the West and human civilisation in general for
    • exchange of thought and ideas in the super-sensible world, of immense,
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    • the ideas of karma and put them as great questions to the history of
    • Let me begin by giving you an idea of how, when we want to research
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    • given you here, my dear friends, an idea of the inner happenings
  • Title: Spiritual Development: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of the Activity of Thinking
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    • idea, the thought of the triangle fixed in your mind, then you
    • this is absolutely necessary. One must have a clear idea of
    • high; the idea is that the entire exercise, as I
    • To get an idea of what this deep silence in the soul means,
    • anyone with such ideas must necessarily appear as the perfect
  • Title: Spiritual Development: Lecture III: Man's Faculty of Cognition in the Etheric World
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    • makes certain concessions in line with ideas which are more or
    • proper psychology, anyone could conceive the idea
    • idea as to divide man's being into four members as
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): Synopses
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    • Jupiter influence; their idealization of the external world. Mercury
    • Christianity leads to ideal of the brotherhood of man.
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • being are super-sensible and invisible. The idea that beings such as
    • we shall endeavour as far as possible to form an idea of such a
    • idea of a real Being? I propose to illustrate this by a
    • to form an idea of Beings living and working as it were with their
    • stage among the spiritual Hierarchies, you will then have an idea of
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • spiritual world. Those who imagine that a few ideas suffice for the
    • superficial ideas they would certainly contact the Archangels. But
    • habit of projecting his own ideas into the universe. He would be
    • prevailing ideas of an age are intuitively sensed by the Archai,
    • ideas which influence man's development, determine his progress
    • specific pattern of ideas. Thus, from epoch to epoch, man is not only
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • the logic of mathematics you will have some idea of how the
    • our moral ideals are born within us. There would be no moral ideals
    • enthusiasm for an ideal that may illumine us from beyond the external
    • world, an ideal that we can inscribe in our hearts and to which we
    • ideals into our Sentient Soul from outside; we must allow them to
    • ideals and so on are present in the Intellectual Soul and in the
    • ideas have continually arisen and how new sources of hidden knowledge
    • being. What we introduce into our moral consciousness are ideals,
    • moral and aesthetic ideals. Whilst man's perception of the
    • resembles the sudden ideas that flash into our consciousness —
    • ideas will be more elastic. A nation is not a race. The concept of
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 4. The Evolution of Races and Civilization.
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    • period of evolution when one can justifiably speak of the idea of
    • revolving wheel, for this idea which is widely canvassed in many a
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • consciousness, our horizon, is enlarged through these ideas of karma
    • you wish to form an idea of how
    • approximate idea of the Saturn mission, we may think of it as being
    • is reflected in the inner life of man as will. You will have an idea
    • we possess for our Earth — ideal in so far as we can remember
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • we wish to have a clear idea of the activities of these normal
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • able to accept the idea that not only do the Beings and forces of the
    • represent an ultimate ideal; it could never lead to a real
    • materialism. On the other hand an idealistic people inclines the
    • Spirit of the Age more towards idealism.
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 8. The Five Post-Atlantean Civilizations.
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    • I only wanted to give an idea of how the Germanic peoples awakened to
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • not have been possible for a Hegel to have looked upon his ideas as
    • itself and regards nature simply as the idea in its other aspect. The
    • seemingly great, all-embracing idea which is at the same time an
    • Christian conception of the State which hovers as a great ideal
    • Spirit Self, in order to hold it up as an ideal of the future to be
    • greater contrast than this idea of Solovieff's of a Christian
    • Christ idea, but whose Divine State is simply the Roman State with
    • Christ incorporated in the Roman idea of the State. What provides the
    • so deeply permeated by the Christ idea — the Christ idea which
    • will be like, a future that will ensure that we must form our ideals
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • a golden thread running through the last few lectures was the idea
    • Equally, the idea of the Christ Being should not be limited or
    • of Anthroposophical ideals.
    • grasped the underlying spirit of these lectures, then the ideas
    • high ideal — each from his own standpoint and from his own
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • happenings do have a dose bearing upon the spiritual ideal which
    • the other that, as the right ideal. There are many ideals of
    • such hankerings after an ideal are always something connected with
    • our own personality. Ideals of this kind are really only what one or
    • cherishing an unselfish ideal. We can only form an opinion about what
    • personal feelings about the ideal, and no longer ask what we
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • I tried to give you some idea of the way the Greeks thought about the
    • behind it. To give you some idea of this, let me just mention one
    • scholarship has nothing but a few abstract ideas to offer in this
    • today would find such an idea grotesque.
    • times there was prevalent an idea so wonderful, so impressive, that
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • Science today we shall have to recognise that many concepts and ideas
    • mentioning just one thing. There is a concept, an idea, very familiar
    • to you all, an idea which not only finds common expression in the
    • modern man a whole number of ideas. We think of nature as the
    • get any idea, still less any sense of what the Greek soul experienced
    • clearly defined form, but one could not get an idea of him without
    • in us thoughts, ideas — the forces which call forth all that
    • idea, as feeling, we have our enduring life of soul, with its
    • in the nature of transitory thought and idea, thought which arises in
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • objective outside in the macrocosm, at another, an idea within the
    • from an archetypal wisdom, are a preparation for the ideas, the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • is because the modern man has no idea of this that it is so difficult
    • described. From this monologue you can get an idea of what really
    • our hearts beat for the spiritual world and for its great ideals,
    • abstractions, over mere ideas, as other men do about real life’
    • idea that the ancient Greek gods were Atlantean men. ... The older
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • mythology, our usual very superficial ideas about it are bound to be
    • contrast between what the Greeks felt in their ideas about the upper
    • was the fundamental difference? In their ideas about the upper gods,
    • in his mind he did not carry on something akin to work in ideation or
    • undertake work within himself, he has to allow ideas to pass through
    • place which we designate as ideation, as mental representation, and
    • the work within the soul in the life of ideation, the question must
    • arise: ‘Has the content of the process of ideation
    • of our life of ideation, what constitutes the work of our soul in
    • ideation, in mental representation, which is what brings knowledge
    • ideation which takes place in the physical brain. Thus, if we are
    • for the life of ideation?
    • happens in our souls in the forming of ideas and in thinking, the
    • work of ideation, of representation, goes on in the brain, is just
    • before us as a high ideal. In other words, if we want to attain
    • its course in the process of ideation. Our life of ideation, or
    • ideation which has turned one into a reflecting apparatus. It is
    • human ego-life of ideation. And language has many instances of
    • ideation. Much has to be elicited from this genius of language if one
    • period understood ideal beauty. We can in a way still idealise
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