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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • Spiritual Science as a Foundation for Social Forms
    • initiation and the impulse for freedom; and viewpoints on the forming
    • forms.
    • have come to inform themselves about what goes on in Dornach
    • denominations were separately taught a form of
    • configuration of a class takes on a specific form if the
    • science wishes to represent, they will then form or simply
    • every abstract form of mysticism bears this out. What today
    • consciousness and form the mystic impressions. Mysticism is
    • for instance, forms the child's brain, that spirit which
    • it merely denotes that spirit which forms the brain out of a
    • intense form in the spiritual world. Here is the physical
    • not characterize this; those who have not informed themselves
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • explained yesterday that party opinions are formed because a
    • forming into groups.
    • transformation of all instinctive, unconscious and
    • their super-sensible beings, we find that the former are able
    • instinctively to manifest and transform into reality the
    • leader. In former times, even if a human leader was
    • form was in a sense possessed by their super-sensible leader.
    • former Mongols were without programs, but those possessing
    • abstract formulations. He is shown through exercises how to
    • completely different form of knowledge from the one
    • a particularly crass form. It differs entirely from
    • in regard to its outer form but also in that of its inner
    • of giving human beings the means whereby they may perform
    • hardly form any proper concepts, is being infiltrated by
    • in any form, to Leninism and Trotskyism. This is happening
    • forms. One is asked the following question again and again,
    • formulation, as are the programs of all women's clubs and
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • smell. They form more the sphere of man's inner being. They
    • forms of cognition appear, namely, Imagination, Inspiration
    • ourselves, our senses form our boundary. When we emerge out
    • transformed into the sensory element. Schematically, one
    • conceptions about the physical world formed by people from
    • social views are also formulated out of such completely
    • transformed concepts. If we wish to remain in what we have
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • information, you will have gathered one thing, namely, that
    • inform ourselves about the course of world affairs in what is
    • should take the form of an obligation never to say anything
    • supposed to inform myself about what happens today when the
    • of enabling each individual person to form a judgment on the
    • inflexible imperative laws, and concepts are formed about how
    • thought that at the beginning of earth's formation this
    • compressed in a different form. It is supposed that this
    • transformations of this substance. The concept of the so
    • transformations of substance, and which will vanish when our
    • entering the stage of real freedom, and that formerly it was
    • continuation from former times, some of them being quite
    • former mysteries, they would be detrimental to humanity. No
    • momentary, nothing would be thrown back to form
    • time with new impressions, only then are the true forms of
    • the organic life and is described in abstract forms merely
    • The inner organic life is the lower form of life. It is not
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • forms.
    • concerning the formation of a social opinion. First of all, I
    • debating and forming opinions concerning ideological
    • is.” Depending on a person's disposition, he forms a
    • could add indefinitely to the list. Opinions are formed and
    • us today in forming a judgment.
    • form a judgment. Logic was not the determining factor.
    • something in a certain way, it was healthy, if he formed an
    • he made judgments. In the manner in which he formed opinions
    • sense to the former feelings in full consciousness. Hence, in
    • forms. This school of thought regards right and wrong as
    • in turn, must affect the will. What we formerly experienced
    • in which such events were reported in former days simply by
    • events. It is true that the path to forming judgments in this
    • form judgments in this manner concerning the interplay in the
    • normal degree of sobriety but a higher form of it; no
    • ourselves toward reality if we wish to form judgments the way
    • they really ought to be formed today.
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • is able to form intelligible ideas concerning such matters.
    • indicated, it is this transformation of the state of mind
    • spiritual facts in materialistic forms of thought, hence, to
    • spiritual, only by transforming our thinking to what is
    • still formed their world conceptions by reading French
    • realities of life and informed themselves by what they had
    • seen on the stage. Later, we saw that people formed their
    • their slogans, founded societies for all manner of reforms
    • performed. The lifestyle of weavers appeared on stage. People
    • for destruction, with a new abstract formula, with new
    • to form an opinion of the social condition, wrote to me. He
    • Everything depends an our acquiring thought forms that are
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VII: Trends of Souls in People of the East, West, and Middle of Europe
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    • the differences that one comprehends the former. From any
    • actually find? The form taken by the thoughts of most people
    • sentiment, the conceptual form, expressed in a newspaper from
    • external form of his words. No one really understands
    • India to these formulas of the Russian church ritual, which
    • are now only rattled off to the multitudes in the form of lip
    • also does so today in a suppressed form, is the potential for
    • that is poured into vague, nebulous formulas. In actual
    • will, as it moves further into Asia, increasingly transform
    • religious zeal as was the spiritual world in former times. In
    • same fervor formerly used to grasp the most spiritual.
    • It is a form of thinking
    • in fact a completely Western thought form, but in Central
    • formations that coalesce when we form an opinion. The tree is
    • especially talented at developing thought forms. I have just
    • that these thought forms are certainly not suited to
    • made the mistake of applying their form of thinking to
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • hence to knowledge and formulation of the super-sensible
    • with which it formerly received the teaching of the holy
    • marvelous formulations of the Vedas, the Vedanta and Yoga
    • advancing himself, for this was his specific form of
    • itself felt nebulously in abstract forms in asiatic souls
    • governmental element in the social organization. He forms it
    • in a one-sided way, but he forms it in the sense I indicated
    • Scholastic thought forms to work upon them all the way, they
    • himself. It appears at first in a caricatured form, which I
    • Berlin, are not Fichte's thought forms; it is a lie when
    • tradition of its original, elementary form once existing in
    • in a distorted form.
    • here too, we discover the necessity for a transformation, a
    • brought about by our ascending from the most current form of
    • form of thinking which should be applied neither to
    • initiation science in his will to transform the faculties
    • world or to temporal reforms will lead to nothing, for what
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • with a feeling for the tremendous change and transformation
    • worked out of deep substrata of the soul, forming itself only
    • — a time of which people today can scarcely form a
    • form the whole new cultural striving, that took hold of him
    • in Jacob Boehme. One need only transform for oneself into the
    • can give a person much information about many a secret of
    • presently forms an alliance with the powers of decadence.
    • multiform and, above all, warmth-pervaded world of ours.
    • Jena, the essence of which he then formulated in his way,
    • Zoological Institute and Phyletic Museum to his former
    • great services to science and because he is my former
    • life, the tendency that is seeking to transform even the
  • 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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    • molecules, atoms and substances perform all sorts of dances.
    • deformed by the confessions. It is lamentable to see how all
    • has attained on his own, and so he sets about reforming it.
    • immature nonsense appears as reformatory ideas. Truly
    • transformed . into cosmic world perceptions. This is of
    • fmd the bridge to a certain form of social thinking.
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • gives rise to the forming of our limb organism and all that
    • etheric organisms and discovers what it is that forms and
    • People learned to recognize how one animal form evolved from
    • forms. Man was added on to the lower animals, so to speak, as
    • metamorphoses of universal formation. It is in the human
    • introduce reforms based on these very forces. These forces,
    • reforms something that emerges out of chaos. In Eastern
    • intellectualism appearing in social reforms. What has arisen
    • with the oldest formations. In everything forming the basis
    • spheres of thinking and forming judgments. One has to
    • the spiritual life, we are subject to forming a quite
    • in the form which is necessary today. For what is required?
    • formed. The results that associations compile with their
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • although it is a mere caricature of what was formerly there
    • economic form of thinking has developed in the West. As I
    • is assuming those forms that really belong to the economic
    • life, although in metamorphosed forms. Some time ago, I
    • Orient has been transformed in Europe. We are confronted by
    • subject, say, the former embodiment of the earth, the Moon
    • appeared in former times in instinctive or half instinctive
    • form emerges here consciously but in quite an elementary way.
    • could form a sort of natural foundation for the social life
    • social life truly structured in conformity with the
    • imaginable form. Let us picture to ourselves this whole
    • are contained that bestow form upon the creatures of the
    • bluntly — we do not acquire the form of a donkey. There
    • on the forms of, say, a donkey or an elephant? We possess
    • only because we have a physical body possessing a solid form.
    • all the forms are present in our etheric body, and we
    • comprehend these forms only when we retrace them inwardly, as
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • being essentially retains his outer form throughout the
    • that this human form has
    • body, too, will assume different forms.
    • that the human being performs upon the members of his
    • only a composite of all animal forms in the entire animal
    • imitate the given form, to become similar to it. It is
    • inner tendency to assume these animal forms. It has a special
    • with the mineral world. We form the content of our
    • repeated earth lives he develops his ego. He thus transforms
    • is, basically speaking, transformed mineral kingdom.
    • mineral, however, such as form and structure, has been
    • attained by you because of your transformation and here it is
    • an artistic transformation — of the images and
    • essentially, transformed content derived from the mineral
    • transformed content won from the mineral kingdom.
    • transforms the content gained from the mineral realm and
    • forms it into a cultural life (which then exists in our midst
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  • 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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    • the work which the ego performs upon itself together with
    • what comes into existence through the transformation of the
    • astral body. As a matter of course, this transformation must
    • transformation of the etheric body because of our living in
    • remains as form for the succeeding one. We lived on what was
    • formations in the sense that the European understands them.
    • are, when, with great cleverness, we formulate paragraphs
    • sense (referring to larger form in drawing); the clever
    • (referring to the smaller form). In abstractions, everything
    • at hand in the economic sphere. Associations must be formed
    • of another. Out of associations, out of group formations, the
    • creator, and must form out of himself what will constitute
    • should inform ourselves about the reality of the world by
    • thinking, feeling and will. There is only one social reform:
    • away and all energy cease to be, but what forms within the
    • progress. All talk of reforms of which any number of
    • organizations and reform movements chatter today is mere
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • impulses of former times, which in turn are intended to
    • the belief arises again that some reform movement should be
    • than anything which has arisen in the form of natural
    • labor has already led to a downright rigid form, with human
    • only a transformation of what originated a long time ago in
    • conception, that permeated the entirely different form of the
    • cultivated in its purest form in the initiation centers
    • longer in such pure form, it was cultivated in Egypt in a
    • streets of the later imperial Rome, although transformed into
    • their becoming acquainted with our building and forming a
    • English journalist was informed, not one from an ordinary
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • would perhaps be better to form no thoughts whatever, but
    • the transformed new way of thinking.
    • life as far as the transformation of the meaning of human
    • development. Indeed, from this transformation of our language
    • world, at least in the form of effects, what we have
    • own form, but in its opposite — in strife and bloodshed
    • feel heaven within themselves; only it assumes the form of a
    • obtained very little from their life of sleep in the form of
    • in the physical world in the form of dreams, or what clothes
    • being Who formerly had not been connected with earth
    • atomistic formation, and so on. Out of the root causes of
  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • spiritual life in the form it must take in modern
    • Central Europe, and wrenched itself from my soul in the form
    • could not simply be continued, as it was in the earlier form
    • he hesitated and asked for more information about it. He
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • outward form from within, how various features appear, smooth
    • segments of life take on special form when one has such an
    • as a soul-spirit being, increasingly takes on form in the
    • form solid, contoured concepts; to be sure, the child
    • forming the body, and the culmination point of its activity
    • transformation in the soul life! When through spiritual
    • intuition that Goethe said, “A talent is formed in the
    • formed in the stream of the world, in the exchange between
    • transformation of the larynx or similar organs. Here you even
    • works upon the shaping of our form until the seventh year,
    • him, and spirit worlds that build him up, that transform him.
    • there was a nebulous formation, and that out of it, the sun
    • and so form the carpet of color, the network of sounds, and
    • conglobulated. Human beings form ideals; what is to become of
    • did not conform with that was wrong. When people spoke of
    • an especially grotesque form. This is no longer the logical



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