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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • establishments which manifest most prominently the ideas of
    • it is designated by an abstract name: materialism, idealism,
    • the first place, only an external phenomenon. Yet this idea
    • abstract ideas. Everything that lives in the external
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • an abstract idea which they hope can be realized, that is
    • group around an abstract idea, only around this or that
    • abstract idea and to yearn for the realization of abstract
    • that something that can be grasped in abstract ideas can only
    • were derived by outlining abstract ideas. It would have ill
    • leaders in the party affairs have only abstract ideas in
    • ideas that have to pervade human souls in our age. Yesterday
    • nineteenth century. A person who is only used to the ideas
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • idea of the threefold social order and the aims of
    • ourselves from old familiar ideas in order to rise to a
    • old traditional belief regarding moral or religious ideals;
    • validity of ethical, moral and religious ideals?
    • only a few brave spirits who have rebelled against ideas of
    • said, a few courageous individuals have opposed these ideas.
    • regarded as a fool. These ideas are taken today as
    • ideals is meaningless, for according to this conception these
    • ideals are simply the product of human brains and rise up
    • ideals an ideology which has arisen through the
    • idea of freedom. Today, we must gain insight into much that
    • to any extent at all, have some idea of man's physical,
    • moral and other ideals. Here, we arrive at what may be termed
    • abstract moral or religious ideals that have also become
    • it is true, the world today has scarcely any idea. What is
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • a realistic, idealistic, liberal or conservative, socialistic
    • right view and that someone with an opposing idea is wrong.
    • mention the soul they have no idea what soul and spirit
    • if” ethical ideals were made manifest. We behold the
    • have to conclude that a person has a wrong idea about
    • “His idea is true!” To us, this is an illusion.
    • one's surroundings if one wishes to form an idea of what time
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • is able to form intelligible ideas concerning such matters.
    • ideas when we try to send our thoughts into the world in
    • the idea of workers' councils, to Bolshevism. From an
    • ideas are ready to perish. A question arises, however,
    • with no idea of what transpires in life, having seen only its
    • is called utopian by those who have no idea of reality. Those
    • of social idea. One may well ask: Where are the human beings
    • it, moral and religious ideas. I will say more about this
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VII: Trends of Souls in People of the East, West, and Middle of Europe
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    • thoughts and ideas in literary and scientific works from
    • political, social, historical and economical ideas was only
    • its conceptions and ideas, where the human being is dependent
    • associations. The term “association of ideas” is
    • abstract, theoretical structure of ideas that is simply laid
    • metabolism and leads to associations of ideas; it is
    • individual elements of the ideas concerning life after death
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • are particularly inclined to develop concepts and ideas on
    • ancient Indian had an ideal. It was his ideal to go beyond
    • absorbed. When he fulfilled his ideal inherent in Yoga
    • speak of and revel in the ideal of the Asians.
    • rhythmic system as to an ideal, and he became aware of it.
    • has an ideal. He has the ideal to rise to the next level, to
    • Yoga philosophy to be his ideal, the artistic breathing that
    • considers it his ideal to lift himself up to conceptions that
    • are pure ideas, attained through an inner elevation, just as
    • instance, in the way Hegel takes ideas as realities. Hegel,
    • Fichte and Goethe possessed this clear awareness that ideas
    • duty.” But one does not reach the fulfillment of ideas
    • living movement of ideas.” Yet one limits oneself only
    • spirit, as idea. Yet, particularly if one is in Hegel's
    • mind with the realm of ideas, one is in a sense inwardly
    • himself in the ideal sphere. For these people, there is a
    • does not develop a sense for ideals. This is already emerging
    • in some Western sects, even though this ideal still appears
    • ideal, only to the best possible one, yet is able through
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • attempts at working out his own ideas of a world view. He
    • ideas with such intensity that this ideal world itself appears
    • idea,” hence the ideas of the world, then this
    • experiencing of the “idea” is no longer a mere
    • bright, light-filled clarity of universal ideas what minds
    • mysticism of ideas; then one has the experience that was
    • surrender to pure ideas, but in the conviction that these
    • ideas are the very substance of the universe. It was a
    • icy realm of ideas. To Hegel, on the other hand, this was
    • ideas was a dialogue with the cosmic spirit itself.
    • but in concrete ideas that were followed through from simple
    • idea of the organism” and the “spirit,”
    • world of ideas, this Hegel summed up in his
    • to present a structure of those ideas
    • attainable for the human being, ideas which, as man
    • presenting “being” as the simplest idea; then he
    • would be called a sum of abstract ideas.
    • These logical concepts, these logical ideas, seem like
    • logical ideas shadow images.
    • something that it cannot be. It is a sum of ideas that begin
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  • 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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    • picture how liliputian the ideas appear that people today
    • accomplish here on earth from the concepts and ideas derived
    • to construe the tasks in this world by utilizing ideas other
    • immature nonsense appears as reformatory ideas. Truly
    • these ideas behind in order to arrive at any kind of
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • in yesterday's lecture to evoke an idea of man's Position in
    • the forces must develop that can underlie social ideas.
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • considering the juridical idea of holding court over the soul
    • conceptions. To be sure, we only gain an idea of this
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • constitutes a certain ideal of our social order that in the
    • what would we know of the human being if we had no idea that
    • As an idealist or perhaps even a mystic, one ought not to
    • idealists, or mystics, and feel obliged to disdain
    • materialism, but no one becomes an idealist by disdain of
    • materialism. Rather, he is an idealist if he knows how to
    • felt through the fact that people believe they are idealistic
    • idealist would be one who says to himself, “Oh, I
    • state of mind so easily arising in idealists and mystics.
    • idealists and mystics are frequently the greatest
  • 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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    • worked out that should represent an ideal condition for the
    • the future is borne today within us as ideality. Let us
    • us as substance will pass away. What dwells in us as ideals
    • matter. The ideals that live within us for the time being
    • not just of some ideal future, but that of the cosmic
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • of Dornach.” So, this frivolous character has no idea
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • behind them. Since our ideal today concerning the
    • accustom myself to such ideas. In that case, I must
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • from that standpoint, get some idea of the change of views in
    • not only by means of concepts and ideas. Above all, one
    • might give this or that child the idea of immortality. Today,
    • thinks: How do I teach this dumb child something of the idea
    • way when the idea of immortality is taught to him by the type
    • idea of immortality in this way, it is quite different. For
    • does not have it, or if he has it only as an abstract idea in
    • himself, this idea will not have a fruitful effect. For it
    • conglobulated. Human beings form ideals; what is to become of
    • such ideals if earth turns again into nothing but a heap of
    • religious ideas that ever arose, would be lost, forgotten and

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