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  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: Foreword and Introduction: Thought - World, Personality, Peoples
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    • draws its life from forces which souls, out of their most intimate
    • senses how the forces of a people work in the thinkers of a people,
    • but, together with other forces determining his viewpoint, his people
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: Foreword and Introduction: Addition, for the Second Edition of 1918
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    • observing forces at work in the soul of such a personality which give
    • powerful indications in sure directions, and strengthening forces in
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: German Idealism: Johann Gottlieb Fichte
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    • Johann Gottlieb Fichte seeks to portray the spiritual forces working
    • force of his world view streams from the innermost being of the German
    • thought-worlds, yet they live as the motive forces within these
    • all the life forces of his own personality had to bring forth —
    • the human being grasps not only the basic force of his own existence,
    • a subjective dream, and how only one conviction can force itself
    • whom the motive force of thinking has become as alive as the motive
    • force of hunger is in the body: for him the conviction that man can
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: German Idealism: Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
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    • a disruptive, evil, malevolent element forces its way in. With the world
    • forces of one's own “I.” For Rudolf Steiner, freedom is
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: A Forgotten Stream in German Spiritual Life
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    • world of matter in somewhat the same way a magnetic force puts together,
    • away in all directions when the uniting force is withdrawn.” This
    • the world depths through any soul force other than thinking. He could
    • he is within a thought-unreality that precisely therefore does not force
    • It can be what it is only in so far as those growth forces arise in
    • the reality of the trunk one must think these forces in addition and
    • as significant for the motive forces of the German people since these
    • outer forces, more complicated organisms emerge from it all the way
    • force, but rather from a specific mental picture of what man is in his
    • in a living way the motive soul forces that hold sway in the series
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: Pictures from the Thought-Life of Austria
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    • through this husk of their creations that was forced upon them by this
    • strivings already marked out by having received the motive forces of
    • forces of mankind are struggling to come into existence in these souls.
    • endeavors of learning to know, from the motive forces of its peoples,
    • forces that were working in the Austrian spiritual life of the second
    • overpowering force that he could do no other than incorporate all his
    • enhances and refines the natural forces and drives in man in such a way
    • not struck like lightning, with irresistible suggestive force, into
    • force of habitual thoughts which they have not examined, which, in fact,
    • supposition, in all the forced wrong-headedness of that thought! Does
    • had forced himself into by surrendering to the yoke of the
    • arising from the evolution of Austrian culture and from the life forces
    • in an unreal world if he refuses to take up the forces of a spiritual
    • great poetic force, he depicts a man who himself becomes soulless because
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: New Perspectives
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    • and obvious force of such an assertion. He can take this assertion even
    • one is afraid to give one's soul forces a completely different
    • a thought releases different forces in the soul than one that is evoked
    • will forces present in a person in this direction there lies what he
    • complex of driving forces.
    • forces of German idealism in world views without limitlng themselves
    • earlier. In actuality, however, the motive forces that conjure
    • forces that cause a higher one to arise than waking consciousness can
    • forces of German idealism — was striving for in his teaching which
    • tinged view of nature. But the motive forces of German idealism in world
    • of a teaching that dreams unspiritual motive forces into the evolution
    • supposedly forced upon us today by scientific necessity. A carrion bone,
    • in which the motive forces of nature's development can also be
    • has expressed himself in a forceful manner, from the standpoint of
    • that were sought in bygone ages by the strongest soul forces of Asiatic

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