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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • many friends who are here in Dornach for the first time. They
    • they can carry back with them many new inspirations. Among
    • the friends we can greet once again are many we have not seen
    • filled with the manifold tasks generated within our
    • establishments which manifest most prominently the ideas of
    • taught, in the manner in which the whole school system was
    • handled; that this impetus be manifested in the specific
    • many other instances from which you could clearly see that
    • but can definitely influence human activity, even though we
    • unfortunately have little opportunity to penetrate human
    • schools. In a superficial, groping manner, teachers must
    • psychology, on an absolutely practical application of human
    • certain intimate manifestations in the faster or slower
    • many ways the essential element in a class.
    • define them in so many words, he is then already past the
    • in this manner they can only be indicated approximately.
    • justify itself because a group of human beings was gathered
    • education has become manifest which truly evolved from the
    • the first year, many children from the outside, who were
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • acknowledged as such in regard to physical man. I already
    • abstract party program. A number of demands are raised; they
    • exist, no abstract demands exist as posed in party programs.
    • as so many are inclined to do, one finds that only beings
    • being. While mankind is in great need of such knowledge, it
    • be replaced increasingly by awareness, if humanity is to
    • progressive evolution in our age, for that spirit demands the
    • super-sensible entities are present among human beings.
    • instinctively to manifest and transform into reality the
    • beings holds sway. Mankind had to struggle to rise above this
    • without saying that humanity could not consciously follow the
    • In a sense, human beings could only be educated gradually to
    • back one traces mankind's evolutionary history, the more one
    • leader. In former times, even if a human leader was
    • him. They felt that what they beheld as the external human
    • with any party program, no demands are dressed up for him in
    • regained of the link between man and the spiritual world and
    • of the relationship between all that man does here on earth
    • actual progress of mankind if, apart from becoming aware of
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • linking it to an old theme already familiar to many of you.
    • Years ago, I once characterized the totality of the human senses.
    • that are located, as it were, further within man, a sense of
    • balance, and so on. This whole concept of the human senses
    • actually are always dealing only with one part of the human
    • sensory organization of man. First of all, we wish today to
    • confront human beings, we not only perceive their thoughts
    • subtle configuration of the human organization — a
    • smell. They form more the sphere of man's inner being. They
    • when man rises from the ordinary knowledge of the senses to
    • surrounding us is in fact the spiritual world. Man, however,
    • that when the human being enters into the outer world through
    • manner of speaking, upon our senses. Through these senses,
    • sense results in that feeling of freedom which allows man to
    • within. It radiates into the soul, but the human being is not
    • sense of touch, man would have no feeling for God. What is
    • man's inner being, however, he no longer takes note of how
    • external realm. This effect is also projected within; man,
    • effect. Many people like to smell fragrant things and
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • certain Scylla, many people may certainly say: How am I
    • last Sunday about the nature of the human sense organism.
    • basically stirs and vibrates through all humanity today: How
    • repeat what many of you may have already heard me say.
    • they are imprinted into humanity's whole thinking, attitude
    • example, namely, Herman Grimm,
    • the human being, has been compressed through purely natural
    • Now, Herman Grimm is of the opinion that a hungry dog nosing
    • somebody like Herman Grimm rejects them, it is said of him:
    • ideals are simply the product of human brains and rise up
    • many people nowadays to seek out these sources. They prefer
    • the tremendous weight of this false authority, mankind lacks
    • indicated by the name, Christ, is united with the human
    • materialistic and speaks only of “the humble man from
    • Nazareth,” of a man who is reputed to have taught
    • concerning the union of the divine and the human natures in
    • Christ Jesus can be derived by humanity from what has been
    • conditions of our civilization the new structure demanded by
    • today continue referring to mysticism in the same manner as
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • would like to call your attention to the manner in which we
    • progressive opinion concerning the emancipation of women. I
    • he made judgments. In the manner in which he formed opinions
    • one saw an expression of the whole human organization just as
    • looking at things. The course of human evolution is such that
    • in regard to general humanity — there will be no
    • human civilization. An individual who searches for atoms and
    • organization of the whole human being. It would also not be
    • realize that the human being must mature in the course of his
    • world and observe the growing child, you see how the human
    • works in a sculpturing manner on the corporeality in the
    • that between birth and death the human being is capable of
    • world, is actively involved in shaping the human brain and
    • the remaining human organization. Philosophers such as Max Dessoir,
    • refer to the quality that remains in the human being in the
    • exists in the human being only as thought, a mere discrepancy
    • the human being. This is the case, for example, when a person
    • mysticism to be a direct divine manifestation within, instead
    • logical, when we speak of what comes from the human
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • relation to the inner world of the human being and I pointed
    • human beings turn to the external world this drawing
    • turn to the human interior, when we move from our senses
    • inward (left). Naturally, in the manner in which they are
    • constitution of the material human organism. One should not
    • seek for all manner of mystical realities within oneself, as
    • earthly existence. As I have often emphasized, many a person
    • point is that true spiritual science guides the human being
    • Bear in mind that from the time man falls asleep until he
    • sleep man penetrates into the spiritual world which is the
    • seeking the divine, or the spiritual underlying our human
    • the sense world. As human beings we have our roots in the
    • Inner Nature of Man and the Life Between Death and a New Birth,
    • manner of fantastic things, depicting them in the ancient
    • the concept of the spirituality underlying human existence,
    • within which the human being lives after death — as was
    • consists of molecules and atoms, or if he believes man
    • manner different from the one in which we are accustomed to
    • that is so absolutely essential for mankind of today. For how
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VII: Trends of Souls in People of the East, West, and Middle of Europe
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • knowledge of the impulses holding sway in humanity, knowledge
    • members of the human race. In respect to the right progress
    • for all mankind, it is certainly necessary that human beings
    • humanity. In an age of abstract thinking and mere
    • published in America or England, in France, Germany, Austria
    • is merely a phenomenon. It is only there to enable the human
    • coined by a man a century ago out of the innermost sentiments
    • exhaustive manner the essential feature of what arises from
    • humanity, but today it is all covered up. What once lived in
    • developing a spiritual state of mind that guides the human
    • concepts. By means of this particular manner of expressing
    • that before birth. In regard to the human being it viewed
    • life here in the sense world as something that comes to man
    • him. He was disposed to regard this life as a duty set human
    • mood of soul, is particularly fitted to turn the human soul's
    • gaze to the spiritual, to fill man with the super-sensible
    • world. For even here on earth, man considers himself entirely
    • and look at the West. The West has given rise to the human
    • world. It is the manner of conception that already found, its
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • nations and of human beings generally all over the world. I
    • to what all humanity accomplishes in regard to the whole of
    • pertaining primarily to the spiritual development in mankind,
    • how the human being has descended into this earthly existence
    • preexistence, which is based on the fact that the human being
    • man is a threefold being, that he is divided into the
    • nerves-and-senses man, the rhythmic man — who includes
    • so on — and the third, the metabolic man, everything
    • that has to do with man's metabolism. Now these three members
    • of the human organization do not come to expression in the
    • same manner everywhere on earth; they are expressed in
    • and slumbers today in the Oriental human being. We are not
    • soul condition has diminished, Asia humanity is about to
    • Brahman — something that Europeans and Americans will
    • the three members of human nature came to special expression
    • in the Oriental? It was the metabolic man. It was
    • into consciousness. What occurs in the human metabolism is,
    • what we consume in this manner produced spirit in the
    • pushes toward air and light, so we view what human beings in
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • Germany. In the last period of his life, he was a personality
    • of great consequence in northern Germany, where he was
    • he turned to middle Germany, to the University of Jena in
    • in thoughts all that human consciousness can experience —
    • clarity in which the human being experiences the world of
    • conditions in Germany at that time brought an end to Hegel's
    • remain in middle Germany, and for the next year or so edited
    • manuscript, which, so it seems, were always in disarray so
    • if in a stuttering, disjointed manner. Yet, his lecture,
    • characteristic manner, were on a high spiritual, yet
    • thinking, but in such a manner that one sees how these
    • — as though welling up straight from the human
    • heart — with those affairs of human life and the world
    • say that the most singular of all kinds of human striving on
    • the highest level manifests itself in this Hegelian
    • manner somewhat different from Hegel's, understood as logos
    • he began to feel strongly that if man
    • attainable for the human being, ideas which, as man
    • can give a person much information about many a secret of
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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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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • spiritual evolution of humanity has proceeded from a
    • discovered when we go back to mankind's primordial treasures
    • knowledge, of feeling and will, were accessible to humanity
    • the purely human forces known to people today. As evolution
    • progressed, human beings increasingly had to depend an what
    • can be derived from the human being himself. This then is
    • that have emerged out of man himself up to now have produced
    • way, directly through the forces of man himself. We must go
    • humanity as a sort of basis for all that is needed in the
    • that comprises human ethics, moral philosophy, but also
    • course, what humanity has come to in these last centuries by
    • mankind has reached the point of looking at itself, so to
    • speak. What man himself beholds we call the threefold man,
    • the head man, the rhythmic man and the limb and metabolic
    • man. Here, we shall indicate diagrammatically the tapestry
    • convinced that when the human being looks out through his
    • into consideration that the human being consists of the ego,
    • when man is awake, meaning, when he is immersed in his
    • his physical organism, man dwells within this (upper) region
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • in yesterday's lecture to evoke an idea of man's Position in
    • senses and the super-sensible worlds, then man's being is
    • I first sought to show how man stands externally in the
    • disclosed if man penetrates the secrets of the physical and
    • first be warmed by man; it gives the impression of warmth. It
    • disperse the universe in all directions. We as human beings
    • nine hierarchies, of whom we have spoken on many occasions,
    • come into relation through the human being, who is the
    • like this: The gods encounter each other through the human
    • into the universe and beholds the human being in a certain
    • that the awareness of this would penetrate human souls, for
    • presenting man in such a way that he becomes conscious of the
    • another only in man himself (see drawing below).
    • into man's whole nature of feeling and perception, then he
    • surface of human development by the civilization of the last
    • the human being? Indeed not; science has in no way reflected
    • on what the human being is and signifies in the cosmos.
    • others and concluded that man is the highest of the animal
    • forms. Man was added on to the lower animals, so to speak, as
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • manner. To begin with, this conviction is still weak. One
    • been said concerning the differentiation of humanity
    • out in what sense the Orient is the source of humanity's
    • central areas, in Greece, Middle Europe and the Roman Empire
    • of human civilization. It has already been mentioned that
    • whole of human civilization, we have to turn back to more
    • disposition of Oriental humanity. Subsequently, for the
    • have yielded up a perception of the immortal human soul, but
    • in such a manner that this immortality was intrinsically
    • followed in consequence of this in a manner of speaking. From
    • in the Roman legalistic element.
    • earth in this manner but in yet another way. If we study the
    • fruits are primarily cultural; and all of mankind has
    • life produced by humanity up until now is indeed brought
    • the human soul can partake, but the lofty heights of these
    • we should in no way confuse the mystic, nebulous manner which,
    • with all manner of modern, Western European affectations and
    • Western economic thinking. Here, for the first time, mankind
    • humanity's thinking by becoming acquainted with the attempts
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • familiar with the constitution of the human being; we know
    • that this constitution of man is something that is, so to
    • Instead, you will find that the purpose of human evolution
    • consists in the very fact that man, throughout his repeated
    • body has in this manner completed inner work upon itself,
    • the realm of the distant future. For you know that the human
    • that this human form has
    • more refined members of the human organism, the astral and
    • body. Ultimately, in distant future times, man's physical
    • that the human being performs upon the members of his
    • organism is connected with the human environment, just as man
    • man. It stands as a unique phenomenon within the natural
    • existing between the human being and the various species of
    • the animal kingdom, we cannot help but say that the human
    • we can class this physical body of man with nothing but
    • human being. This human physical body, then, stands by itself
    • man's next and already mobile component. In a way that some
    • physical body the human being is not related to the
    • told you that it is due to the fact that man's ego in its
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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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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • the cultural development of mankind in art, religion and
    • than what comes about through the work of the human ego upon
    • connection of the human being with social life. Art, religion
    • human evolution than what is accomplished in the spiritual
    • then we have the connections, the relationships of the human
    • significance of such relationships that the human being has
    • desirable for as many people as possible to grasp the
    • of human evolution.
    • humanity has, in general, rested on the providential care of
    • the forces standing above man in the higher hierarchies. As
    • we know, mankind achieved a certain development of the ether
    • Greco-Latin time. Now humanity is on the point of lifting the
    • from man himself.
    • instigation of our divine progenitors, who were the humanity
    • would dry up and wither, if man, in a sense, did not spin out
    • their art, religion and science. Human beings must
    • fact, and the manner in which it has been heretofore
    • the successive earth lives of the human being, but which
    • turned finally through the Latin Roman element into something
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • say this after the many explanations which have already been
    • development of mankind also lie in the spiritual world.
    • is that in the present moment of time, humanity's condition
    • count on human beings recognizing them and their intentions,
    • and much that a short time ago was not yet left to mankind is
    • say that the human being has reached the point of grasping
    • moreover, that differs according to the human being's age.
    • mature judgment of a man of fifty.
    • its influence upon the whole evolution of mankind. Only by
    • man's feeling completely emancipated in a certain sense from
    • that he is able to judge everything in a sovereign manner;
    • only because this illusion was added to the many other
    • everything is in a sense illusion — the course of human
    • development will gradually lead the single human being toward
    • foundation of human existence. We must pay heed to the life
    • gradually in the course of human evolution, and we
    • human beings. However, these individuals did not make
    • consult the clever human brain — in the literal sense
    • the air — the atmosphere. If, on the other hand, human
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • a cycle of humanity's evolution in which people have to
    • towards the necessary change. For human soul substance will
    • external life, and human beings themselves will have to bring
    • about what should appear. In the present cycle of human
    • divine powers, far removed from man, to step in and to do
    • something for human evolution, without the participation of
    • man himself.
    • be foolish to assume that a miller was coming, a man who
    • Nevertheless, human beings today are still almost completely
    • do so, but human evolution follows a different course, and in
    • something that is experienced by many people with abstract
    • laws of human evolution point in a different
    • direction.” They indicate that man's whole conception,
    • his whole soul life, is becoming emancipated from words.
    • words in the manner that words and sentences are customarily
    • become the possession of mankind. In a certain sense, one has
    • manner of thinking. No attempt is made to find one's way into
    • have to develop an emancipated soul life that no longer
    • always at pains to describe a matter from many different
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  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • current brief presence in Germany. It has certainly already
    • civilized humanity lives in a kind of social sickness, in a
    • chronic condition into an acute one. Of course, many clever
    • one, for example, of an official personage in the German
    • to the winds or, as is the case in Germany, attacked.
    • — that the whole attitude, the whole manner of
    • actions. Humanity, however, is used to taking words in the
    • enter into mankind particularly through spiritual science.
    • Thus, many things have been misunderstood during the so
    • available — was a question addressed to the German
    • to lead one to assume the same tone which a great many
    • misunderstood in the same way many other utterances have been
    • had been manifest around the turn of the eighteenth century.
    • humanity.
    • this manner, resembles more what has been written in Chicago,
    • of my “Appeal to the German Nation and the Civilized
    • intended in my “Appeal to the German People and the
    • the eternal in the human soul, the eternal which goes beyond
    • Mankind could have realized where it had been led by the
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • as a knowledge of action; the twelve senses of the human being in their
    • that must work toward the future development of man's soul
    • most necessary way, will be the concept of man's prenatal
    • so long held sway in Western humanity. When anyone professing
    • today of eternity, of the immortality of the human soul, he
    • continued existence of the human soul. In the future, when
    • speak of the human soul's existence before birth. One will
    • speak of the human soul's sojourn in spiritual worlds before
    • just as one speaks of what happens to the human soul after
    • have for the whole of human life, not only for the inner but
    • watching such a developing human being. How great will be the
    • intimate ardor with which such a developing human being will
    • human being was conceived and born, its soul-spiritual entity
    • by means of soul-Spirit organs, just as man during physical
    • step further into the inner nature of the human soul and,
    • the human soul's claim to eternity. I am not speaking about
    • human soul after death. It is this feeling of thirsting for
    • human faith. In no other way would one find this access to
    • faith, if the human soul were not thirsting out of egotism
    • from spiritual science that the human soul does, in fact,
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