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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • the results of our anthroposophically oriented movement of
    • together who were most competent and pedagogically most
    • anthroposophically oriented spiritual science would be much
    • refute that logically!” Or, perhaps, “That is
    • however, it is not merely wrong to think atomistically. The
    • logically wrong for us, it is an expression of
    • feeblemindedness to think atomistically; in other words, it
    • atomistically is to think unhealthily, not merely
    • human organism when we think atomistically. This is one thing
    • is sometimes — nay, often — called mysticism
    • arising which we call mystical — what are they really?
    • That is something that cannot be logically refuted, but must
    • really well grounded in an anthroposophically oriented
    • designated as good and another as evil. When one calls a
    • ethically abstract. When it is a matter of
    • ethically good person. He can do, think or feel only that
    • being. Just because you call a being good, however, does not
    • either Lucifer or Ahriman, but calls whichever it is by the
    • and logically irrefutable. Refutations are not what counts
    • but which they call Jesus, their Leader, to whom they belong.
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • nations. We know them well! If you recall the lecture cycle
    • about so-called superstitions need only wait and see whether,
    • party program such as the present Ghengis Khan, who is called
    • so-called practical sides of life, especially in party
    • customarily called knowledge. It must be knowledge that is
    • the realm of anthroposophically oriented spiritual science.
    • the so-called human soul is merely the result of the physical
    • acquired from the sense world, such as anthroposophically
    • they are called upon to think these thoughts they have to
    • functions automatically. The brain automaton above is
    • the people of the so-called civilized world since the middle
    • called intellectual in the civilized parts of Europe and
    • automatically. Nineteenth century materialism was therefore
    • basically correct, for it referred to a certain stage of
    • refute materialism logically because you are of the opinion
    • difference between anthroposophically oriented spiritual
    • in different attire, but basically the same thing. Czarism
    • the immediate future, the so-called civilized world faces
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • transformed into the sensory element. Schematically, one
    • changes, you basically come across duplications of this
    • penetrating mystically into our Body through our
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • by anthroposophically oriented spiritual science and
    • basically stirs and vibrates through all humanity today: How
    • called conservation of energy was added to this by assuming
    • then pictured as undergoing changes. Basically, the same sum
    • course of events does indeed show this. Look at the so-called
    • indeed be interpreted esoterically, although not in the way
    • — even when they are comprehended esoterically —
    • time, this call for freedom resounds through all human
    • twofold being. On the one side, we have what may be called
    • thinking, and permeate these with what we call our religious,
    • any sense. If I am to clarify this schematically by means of
    • psychology, beyond this point and polarically differing from
    • it, we have what may be called the soul-spiritual nature of
    • recalls what he experienced yesterday and the day before,
    • what is frequently called thinking, feeling and willing today
    • paradoxically. We cannot persist today in talking in the
    • possibility no longer exists merely to dispute logically
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • would like to call your attention to the manner in which we
    • questions. Our main concern is to decide logically: What is
    • Such a view will be called mentally defective, not wrong,
    • called wrong but childish to describe what arises out of the
    • matters. I am referring to so-called pragmatism. It is no
    • he cleverly masters life, then he calls it something useful.
    • called that by man only because he finds it useful in life.
    • special development in the so-called
    • to him, which is then reinterpreted and called
    • to man. One who has a right opinion is called intelligent,
    • one who judges wrongly is called stupid. But it is at least
    • logically correct. It must lead to action, to reality, by
    • you see that what we call an evolution in the
    • philologically that today's events correspond to the earlier
    • journalistically without having any knowledge about the
    • everything possible that organically exists and works in the
    • taken into consideration. Basically, judgments such as
    • individuality. Of course, epistemologically it will stem from
    • I am not calling them stupid or foolish; they really were
    • this signify? You will recall my frequent references to the
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • conceptions, our soul world. If we call the sense world the
    • through anthroposophically oriented spiritual science. For it
    • that is the common factor of the so-called theosophical
    • society teachings, or whatever they are called now. Something
    • is because, along with so-called modern progress, humanity
    • conceptions. The theosophical teachings of the so-called
    • attain to a spiritual concept merely by calling something
    • because it is impossible to think realistically about the
    • “graphically” to describe matters pertaining to
    • basically he is quite correct in pointing out: If anything
    • Basically, they are all people who do not know life except
    • is called utopian by those who have no idea of reality. Those
    • after having had it dramatically presented by an Ibsen, a
    • world in fact really consists basically only of atoms and
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VII: Trends of Souls in People of the East, West, and Middle of Europe
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    • has basically arisen in the West, and then poured itself into
    • would not be so ignorant of the fact that what we call
    • would like to call “rachitic” soul members, as
    • originates. We find that Oriental thinking has basically
    • his senses and Spirit, kindling within him what he calls his
    • might call radical, but in a radical sense something noble,
    • well have called Berlin, New York, apart from the difference
    • basically the case in recent decades. This was the underlying
    • still has that frame of mind that allows his brain automatically
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • is not logically possible, however, to hold the view that
    • pedantically fashioned it into a system. There is something
    • called the anthroposophically oriented spiritual science.
    • anthroposophically oriented spiritual science is not just one
    • from anthroposophically oriented spiritual science can work
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • recall this fact today, we should be spontaneously filled
    • Then he was called to the University of
    • Hegel. One need only recall the deep mysticism of Meister
    • dwelling in something that Nietzsche later called the cold,
    • called the contents of his
    • person calls the uttermost abstraction. He begins by
    • dialectically from “being” through
    • would be called a sum of abstract ideas.
    • what is outwardly, physically dead must also come to life.
    • transparent conceptual veils; indeed, Hegel himself calls his
    • ordinary consciousness would also still call an abstraction.
    • the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic nature. Physiologically,
    • physically speaking, the Luciferic force is that element in
    • systematically as organized human life. This he summed up in
    • help but say that this is basically the tragedy that has
    • since been enacted historically in such a shocking way. The
    • Hegel's students were basically all small minds, and the one
    • 1914 — that as many people as possible recall this
    • all sitting there. Now follows what we could call a special
    • it consciously — one should recall great minds such as
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture X: The Tapestry of the Senses, Memory, and the Spiritual World, -or- Spiritual-Cosmic Tasks of Man
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    • continue to talk and act automatically in the same old way,
    • confming itself basically to viewing the world from this side
    • speak. What man himself beholds we call the threefold man,
    • man. Here, we shall indicate diagrammatically the tapestry
    • although mystically embellished on occasion. Just as he can
    • earthly world is basically only an apparent unity. In fact,
    • we can call love, warmth, warmth of soul; the human being
    • well as their metamorphoses into so-called actions; they will
    • whatever one wishes to call them, such as vegetarianism, the
    • enchanted when, among many things, the so-called "permanent
    • continue to live automatically in the old established manner.
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • universe. Recall my description in
    • thought must call upon the intellect, the intellect that
    • organically in a one-sided way to the nervous system. Only
    • different matter when we must call upon the youngest member
    • out statistically how many persons among a thousand
    • Basically, some people classify the figures one way, others
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • its civilization is basically decadent today. In order to
    • ancient periods of time. Among the historically accessible
    • now is basically also a legacy of the Oriental spiritual
    • in such a manner that this immortality was intrinsically
    • glimpsed by the Westerner to this day, that one might call
    • We need only recall Michelangelo's magnificent painting in
    • is called upon to attain to a conscious penetration of even
    • who is atavistically clairvoyant, can take in what he has
    • entirely possible, for if someone is atavistically
    • view. Once, Huxley very aptly calls man “the splendid
    • Huxley calls the family attraction, something that is active
    • is something that he calls “the human instinct for
    • we have the economic sphere which basically represents the
    • conditions economically present outside. The whole complex of
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • body, and what we call the ego. We are also aware, however,
    • is, basically speaking, transformed mineral kingdom.
    • defines quite clearly what we call the cultural realm of the
    • its own being so that it can work artistically, religiously
    • and scientifically on what is derived from the mineral
    • written plays, but whole talent, if such it can be called,
    • such as these which, at times, confront us quite emphatically
    • spiritual science we can know empirically that it does so
    • such things pass entirely unnoticed by what today is called
    • matters schematically, for they must be derived empirically
    • the mineral kingdom; it is something that we basically carry
    • scientifically, but the whole earth will approach its doom,
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIV: The Connection of the Members of Man with the Kingdoms of Nature, the Necessity of the Threefold Order
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    • to recall several facts. We have seen how we are connected
    • art, religion and science — are basically nothing else
    • spiritual life basically still has a character which was
    • sphere — which is basically only a heritage from the
    • existence will have to shape itself artistically. Without
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • Another truth, which cannot be called to mind too frequently,
    • must be grasped in all its gravity, and basically by each one
    • When a person is twenty-five years old today, he feels called
    • direct everything we may call human destiny.” One
    • find that radical socialists enthusiastically uphold
    • times, something that was basically a science of the heavens
    • rulers of what should be called human destiny. What had once
    • I have called
    • daily paper but from a magazine that calls itself
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • to do with a real smith; a person called Miller has nothing
    • caught up in the whole of language; we basically acquire all
    • are part of the future. And basically, what one is being
    • other one from the other side. This is then supposed to call
    • theology felt called upon altogether to deny Christ as such,
    • theologians should really not call ourselves Christians any
    • materialistically, but at the same time he tries to think
    • “theosophically.” He wants something to pass from
  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • called war years. Something that was of eminent importance to
    • Spiritual science is basically the revitalization of this
    • that called itself, by a strange interpretation of the words,
    • anthroposophically for almost two decades over a large
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • concepts of anthroposophically oriented spiritual science
    • different kind! Logically, you will no longer be able to do
    • practical use of anthroposophically oriented spiritual
    • these feelings that is especially effective pedagogically
    • because he has been led into his calling from this aspect
    • knowledge concerning the soul — one calls this
    • insight is called upon to throw light even into the essence
    • appears physically an another celestial body. What exists
    • teaching of true and false; it is the so-called pragmatism,
    • is true, not because one has perceived it logically, but
    • we today abstractly call “false,” people sensed
    • now abstractly call “right” comes about because

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