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  • Title: Book: Contemporary Civilization in the Mirror of the Science of the Spirit (1904)
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    • that excellent, independently thinking minds came to such convictions
    • are not perceptible by the senses, such as the psychic processes,
    • his book, Biologische Probleme, zugleich als Versuch zur
    • However, it becomes apparent that such scientists have not been
    • of the world. Such scientists cannot bring themselves to approach
    • looked upon with suspicion. Fundamental concepts, such as those of
    • life of the soul does such a thinker not reach! At the end of the
    • exist only in one's effects? Does one not have such a survival in
  • Title: Book: From the Akasha Chronicle
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    • Those initiated into the reading of such a living
    • communications emanating from such spiritual sources do not always
    • essential agreement. Such a history and prehistory does in
    • anything at all about such sources will understand why this has to be
  • Title: Book: Our Atlantean Ancestors
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    • four is twelve. In the event that he had to perform such a
    • stage of development of their period. For admission into such
    • such power. Plants were cultivated in the Atlantean period not merely
    • such greater density of air, must not occupy us here. Because of
    • to direct it in such ingenious ways as once were possible. From this
    • way resembled that of a modern city. In such a settlement everything
    • were equipped with such spiritual and physical powers as have been
    • races of mankind. If one imagines that two such root races
    • Each man felt that such misuse must cause him enormous harm. The good
    • magic of such words would have changed into its opposite; that which
    • which were of a more instinctive kind. Through such a system of
    • Under such conditions personal experience
    • used in such a manner, these powers destroy each other in their
    • Such a destructive effect could only be halted
    • capable of producing such devastating effects as the previously
    • new as such; it spurred men to enterprises and new foundations. The
  • Title: Book: Transition of the Fourth into the Fifth Root Race
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    • in the arts, and in the making of tools. Such “divine
    • The faculty of thought, which developed in this subrace, was such a
    • imperfectly, to have a presentiment of such principles.
    • such divine messengers men had previously received instructions and
    • life in such a way that they would correspond to the wise laws of the
    • itself by its own thoughts. But such a self-determination can only
    • were at first devoid of religious character. They came to man in such
    • . . . To such knowledge belongs for example that of the use of
    • Thus man learned to make use of such natural forces without being
    • need, they brought such things into a relation with the higher order
  • Title: Book: The Lemurian Race
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    • extended insofar as necessary. Later they built such caves themselves
    • and at that time they developed great skill for such constructions.
    • nature a man-made form. Hills were remodeled in such a way that the
    • such that in man the forces of nature changed into forces of the
    • on such a low stage of development that one cannot but designate it
    • through which he sanctified his power. Persons who had such powers
    • human nature into such paths that a new race could come into being.
    • had arranged things in such a way that through the soul of
    • Thus it could come to pass among such women that
    • “wise” women. One gathered around such women and in their
    • worship of the gods began with such things.
    • their labors and contrivances. Their occupations were often such that
    • such a way that the soul life of man was first developed and that the
    • whether he instinctively brought organisms into such an environment
    • men were not conscious. This was the case to such a degree that when
    • over-statement if one interprets the reports in such a way as to
  • Title: Book: The Division into Sexes
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    • Later it can form its body only in such a way that for the external
    • acquired. Such knowledge is called intuitive. Contemporary man
    • attains such intuition only at a later stage of his development; this
  • Title: Book: The Last Periods before the Division into Sexes
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    • will power. In order to bring about such an external maturation the
    • were already developing in such a way that one individual would be
    • such outer conditions. Therefore he had to regulate all his
    • institutions in accordance with such external conditions, for
    • into his own activity. He lived among such tonal movements and
    • acted accordingly. From such influences upon the touch he could tell
    • force which was akin to the will. Such images continuously filled the
    • image arose in his soul. By means of such images the superhuman being
    • changed in such a way that a further thrusting down would no longer
    • produce animal-like creatures, but such as were no longer capable of
  • Title: Book: The Hyperborean and the Polarean Epoch
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    • passages. Today such things are readily met with the accusation of
    • clairvoyant eye would such a man have been perceptible.
    • When such a mass of substance had attained a
    • Such a being was basically a single organ of hearing. This sense
    • physical-chemical process which takes place in these forms. Such a
    • of its densification, external matter is no longer such that the soul
    • had such an effect. Now only did it become possible for such external
    • developed. The temperature conditions of earth became such that
    • outside became connected with such an image. The soul began to see
  • Title: Book: Beginning of the Present Earth  Extrusion of the Sun
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    • One can conceive of such a transformation to some
    • earth he is a soul, an astral entity. As such he appears on earth.
    • such that from the one condition of matter there develop
    • continues to exist as such.
    • first suffered such a transformation. A part of their light ether
  • Title: Book: Extrusion of the Moon
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    • the stage of the fire mist. These forces act in such a way within the
    • hand, these forces work in the higher beings at this stage in such a
    • reproduction as such. Only when man misuses these forces, when he
    • lower beings we have just mentioned had not attained such an
    • to win their way to such illumination. With their guidance man had to
  • Title: Book: Some Necessary Points of View
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    • distinguish three such steps, which are designated as three
    • such questions. Everything man needs for the fulfillment of his
    • However, he who promulgates such knowledge needs modesty and true
    • Such remarks are necessary here, since now the
    • consideration could make clear what is in question here. But such
    • into contact with one another under given conditions. Thus, such a
    • laws in the natural world. Laws of development must be such true
    • development. It is therefore important to indicate such other levels
    • embodied in an ant hill provide bases of such an indication. The
    • his whole structure are such that at first one looks for his
    • acting organs, that is, the individual ants and bees. Such a course
  • Title: Book: On the Origin of the Earth
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    • Either during the trance or after awaking, such a medium can then
    • sense acquires such a Saturn consciousness, but in addition to it he
    • trance. Such a clairvoyant is not in the Saturn consciousness itself,
    • images such as appear in dreams, but these images correspond to the
  • Title: Book: The Earth and Its Future
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    • consciousness consisted of such images, tones, and so forth, which
    • such a world of images filled him without his acting. In the meantime
    • consciousness* appropriate for such perceptions. On the one
    • that to take place which he desires of such a supersensible being, at
    • planet. In mystery science one speaks of it in such a way that it is
  • Title: Book: The Life of Saturn
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    • they had already arrived at such a high stage of development that
    • same time work on the human body in such a way that a “wise
    • through such “sensory germs.” For him, the images of the
    • own soul in such a way that, with their aid, they can perceive
    • at this stage have a dull consciousness such as is found in man today
    • for “children and nurses.” Such a statement springs
    • “science” can make such a statement. But the time will
    • come when a higher science will go beyond the childishness of such
  • Title: Book: The Life of the Sun
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    • such a way that it can become a carrier of this body. During the
    • now the motion too becomes such an expression. With this, the first
    • of Fire,” however, is such that they pour the warmth of their
    • hatching, that is, it has a life-awakening power. Everything of such
    • consciousness such as man will have on the Moon. On Saturn they had
    • The latter was completely lifeless at that time. Such a lifeless body
  • Title: Book: Life on the Moon
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    • Moon consciousness on the basis of such confused dream images, one
    • in a quite definite and regular way. Hence the being which has such
    • is subject to such a transformation that in the third Moon cycle
    • — the Spirits of Form shape this astral body in such a way that
    • feeling of the environment. Joy and pain, such as have been produced
    • one can say that it is an animal man. As such, it is on a higher
  • Title: Book: The Life of Earth
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    • such a way that they could provide suitable carriers and instruments
    • color, as smell, taste, as various tones and sounds, but all such
    • States of development such as those which have
    • such a designation incorrect. But here we shall not speak further of
    • from the sun and had expelled the moon. After this separation, such
    • Chronicle fully authorizes one to make such a remark have we presumed
    • it could never occur to him to make such objections against the
    • each other to form an ever more animated picture. Only such
  • Title: Book: The Fourfold Man of Earth
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    • bridge or something similar together with such wisdom. Today such
    • the greatest possible effect in terms of force. In face of such a
    • that this development was carried forward on the Sun in such a way
    • caused it to disintegrate. For this complicatedness had reached such
    • such an early origin, rudiments which formed on Saturn in somewhat
    • rudiments and the glandular organs in such a way that a nervous
    • and the nervous system had to be transformed in such a way that in
    • constant process of transformation. And such a transformation is also
    • results such as those given above must not be built on mere
    • inferences, on speculations such as conclusions by analogy, but must
  • Title: Book: Answers to Questions
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    • this the will as such remained in the background, and instead of
    • life with them. Only through such a permeating does one learn
  • Title: Book: Prejudices Arising from Alleged Science (1904)
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    • which one thinks it possible to build on such a basis betrays itself
    • communications of the science of the spirit. If a feeling for such
    • toward the suppression of such impulses when he has to tell himself
    • Not all of those who find themselves in such a
    • rain and sunshine, such as occurs at present, did not exist at that
    • natural science, for through such deductions his unprejudiced inner
    • sense of spiritual research is easily misled. With such observations
    • on the earth in their time. I do not mean to regard such views as not
    • If one brought together a greater number of such
    • science. Where its adversaries see such a contradiction, this does
    • The odd thing that often happens with such views
    • them, Nothing of what you produce in the way of such facts from
    • through other facts. But such a correction will be brought about by
    • proof of your assertion except that such spiritual facts are unknown
    • person who wants to have anything to do with such “logic”
    • traditionally transmitted. The science of the spirit gives such forms
    • natural science. Such a state of mind was even anticipated by a man
  • Title: Book: Cosmic Memory: Back Cover
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    • The philosophical outlook of Rudolf Steiner embraces such fundamental questions as the being of man, the nature and purpose of freedom, the meaning of evolution, the relation of man to nature, the life after death and before birth. Through a study of his writings, one can come to a dear, reasonable, comprehensive understanding of the human being and his place in the universe.
    • Among the activities springing from the work of Rudolf Steiner are the Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening Association which aims at improved nutrition resulting from methods of agriculture outlined by Rudolf Steiner; the art of Eurythmy, created and described by him as “visible speech and visible song;” the work of the Clinical and Therapeutical Institute of Arlesheim, Switzerland, with related institutions in other countries; the homes for the treatment of mentally retarded children; and new directions of work in such fields as Mathematics, Physics, Painting, Sculpture, Music Therapy, Drama, Speech Formation, Astronomy, Economics and Psychology.
  • Title: Book: Introduction: Cosmic Memory
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    • life of such broad, constant activity would alone be sufficient to
    • embraces such fundamental questions as the being of man, the nature
    • directions of work in such fields as Mathematics, Physics, Painting,
    • such should be no valid reason for the serious reader to turn away
    • painstaking effort, he elaborated his books in such a manner that
    • his autobiography he speaks of his striving to bring about such an
    • profound feeling. But only such a style can be an awakener, for the
    • effort has been made to preserve as much as possible such external

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