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  • Title: PoSA: Introduction - Rudolf Steiner as a Philosopher
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    • the world of ideas. The unfree man is determined passively by the motives of
    • dictated by a general law appears to him as unfree, heteronomous, while only
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter I: The Conscious Human Deed
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    • No one will deny that when the child desires milk, he is unfree, as is
    • that in contrast with this ‘unfreedom,’ it is absurd to speak of
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter IX: The Idea of Freedom
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    • obligation of a moral code, is felt to be unfree.
    • free, is out of the question. Only the morally unfree who follow natural
    • free. Whether the unfreedom is dealt with by physical means or through
    • moral laws, whether man is unfree because he follows his immeasurable sexual
    • free insofar as they follow only themselves; unfree insofar as
    • Our life is composed of free and unfree deeds. But we cannot complete the
    • will of itself recognize as law, because it feels unfree when faced with any
    • unfree who forgets this origin and either looks upon these laws as
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter X: Philosophy of Freedom and Monism
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    • from outside, he is positively unfree. But monism ascribes equal
    • the monistic view, man's action is unfree when he obeys some perceptible
    • According to monism, in his activity man is partly unfree, partly free. He
    • is unfree in the world of perceptions, but brings the free spirit to
    • which, still unfree. he continues to develop until he reaches the point
  • Title: PoSA: Chapter XII: Moral Imagination
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    • unfree spirit singles out a particular intuition from his idea world in
    • For the unfree spirit this intermediate link is given from the outset. At the
    • the consciousness of the unfree spirit. The Christian, as unfree spirit, acts
    • he should do must be given to the unfree spirit in a quite concrete form:
    • not commit adultery! But these laws also influence the unfree spirit
    • himself. Such a man is unfree in his action. Therefore, to be able to will what
    • one considers right or not right, as one pleases, means to be free or unfree,
    • it is absurd to say that it is therefore unfree; for a greater freedom one can
    • to be inactive or to be unfree. It is only when they enslave my spirit,
    • that they intentionally aim at making me unfree. This is why the Church is
    • unfree if it considers impure all impulses it has not itself indicated. A
    • Church or other community causes unfreedom when its priests or teachers take
    • will believe that every will-impulse is unfree. One who can make the
    • observations will attain the insight that man is unfree insofar as he is
    • activity, but that this unfreedom strives to attain freedom, and that this

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