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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • anthroposophical sphere of work. Among other matters, it
    • subject matter comes alive by the method and the way it is
    • seemed to be only an exterior matter, but, as I am about to
    • point that really matters. It is just the predominant and
    • things too rigidly in words. One cannot study matters
    • matters actually should be studied more closely in their
    • that much to see. What does matter is the whole spirit at
    • matter is that today, when people talk about issues
    • any combination of pure reasoning to find matter in the realm
    • There is no matter out
    • therefore conclude that it is wrong to look for matter at all
    • point where he wants to seek for matter in the moving
    • existence. We do not discover matter in the external world
    • where the sense phenomena are found; we come upon matter in
    • man. We find matter not in the external world, we find it in
    • base matter; I shall rise above it and turn to my inner
    • interweaving phenomena; within ourselves is matter,
    • processing of matter kindles the flames that leap into
    • the inwardly perceived corporeal matter of the metabolism.
    • belief that it is possible to find traces of matter in the
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • becomes a matter of comprehensively applying to life such a
    • who speak of these other matters today as old
    • long time. What really matters, however, is that we pay heed
    • areas, it is a matter of looking in the right direction.
    • merely matter that thinks. No objection can be made about
    • this; he is just thinking-matter. Today, the time has come to
    • transcend the state of being merely thinking-matter. One can
    • by merely disproving materialism. Instead, it is a matter of
    • recent cultural development. It therefore cannot be a matter
    • of contradicting a false world-view. Rather, it is a matter
    • difference must be recognized, for what matters today is that
    • be focused on this matter so that we become aware of the
    • Yet a real comprehension of these matters can only be
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • of course, a matter of fact that when our soul-spiritual part
    • touch and smell? Here, the matter is very different. Let us
    • fact are often inveterate materialists. They condemn matter
    • sensitivity and susceptibility for such matters will
    • experience. A person who perceives matters in an occult sense
    • not to harbor illusions concerning these matters. Above all,
    • one really penetrates into the spiritual world, matters
    • consequence are words? What matters is that people go beyond
    • plane as nothing but matter. It is all too lowly, too
    • matter within their own skin. It is true that this appears to
    • soul-spiritual phenomena; rather, it is a matter of
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • part in them without our having a hand in the matter.
    • give these matters serious consideration, recognizing that
    • opportunity I shall have to go into additional matters that
    • is a matter of indifference. This great contradiction
    • conservation of matter and of energy
    • Thus, matters
    • matter, no substance, no energy, of which natural science
    • of the ordinary world when referring to these matters. We
    • all matter. Then it will be able to show how spirit is
    • effective in matter. It must be taken quite seriously that
    • indicate last Sunday and the days before. It is a matter of
    • mist, they all remain matter! That, however, is not the
    • point. What does matter is that one learns in substance
    • must say — and that matter will become clearer to us
    • concerning matter is intelligent and really to the point.
    • words refer only to matter? The true spiritualist will speak
    • this today merely to clear up certain matters that seem
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • matter of what standpoint one takes. However, if you consider
    • the other side these matters must be defined differently than
    • matters. I am referring to so-called pragmatism. It is no
    • most thorough in such matters, this view has attained quite a
    • in such matters. Nowadays, people do not get stirred up when
    • like matters expressed in such a way that everybody is gently
    • man. It is not a matter merely of striving for another more
    • tranquility that should be developed. Such matters must not
    • these matters, and a number of you will have become familiar
    • forecast. Naturally, people point to these matters
    • world's opinion in regard to these matters, because
    • These matters are of such a
    • perception. These matters are not made public recklessly and
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • is able to form intelligible ideas concerning such matters.
    • What matters is that we enrich our world of concepts and
    • spiritual matters, on the one hand, we must make the effort
    • quite different is what really matters, namely, that we
    • of demanding that spiritual matters be popularized, that is
    • “graphically” to describe matters pertaining to
    • materialism in regard to those matters that must be
    • matter that must spread over the whole world. He says:
    • having become acquainted with these matters only in this way.
    • “how” matters more than the “what.”
    • Dostoevsky, or another writer. What matters is that we
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VII: Trends of Souls in People of the East, West, and Middle of Europe
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    • more deeply into the matters under discussion here, you can
    • endures, for it is not the content (of the soul) that matters
    • comprehends matter. For how can materialism fathom the nature
    • of matter — and we have seen that, by going deeply into
    • thought what actually represents matter? In this regard, an
    • matter. This implies that he accommodates himself to a world
    • denying matter. You find the most extreme Western exponent of
    • self-made suggestions. Naturally, when it is not a matter of
    • Christian Science. We must not, however, look at matters
    • matters within the social organism; on the other hand, it is
    • perception, no feeling, for such matters. Berlin's policies
    • example of how matters really stand at present. Indeed, we
    • the whole earth, and can gain an understanding of the matter
    • hold of and study the matter, meaning, if Karl Marx moves
    • completely alien to it. When these matters are studied, we
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • matter, but who knows that spirit lives in all matter. The
    • matter within us. We know that behind this outer sense world
    • consumed spirit becomes matter first within us. Yet,
    • spiritualist scorns, because he finds matter to be of such a
    • matters dealing with relationships between people, and
    • given the effects of these matters in the souls. The Central
    • of the rhythmic man, where one dwells as a matter of fact, to
    • system, but has taken a step upward, living as a matter of
    • characterized for you yesterday as the denial of matter and
    • having developed inwardly as a matter of course, it turned
    • necessary that these matters be grasped and comprehended in
    • These matters
    • is what gives the whole matter here a certain uniform
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • administered from Berlin, as well as other matters of
    • inwardly, to become entangled in matter. In the realm of
    • sinking down into matter. As in a picture, humanity appears
    • social organization itself. Regarding these matters, he stood
    • matters today.
  • 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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    • social will. We must therefore go into certain matters that
    • constitutes earthly matter. We do not find earthly matter in
    • think up concerning the human being. Nowadays matters have
    • have created man — to put the matter trivially —
    • matters were only mentioned in order to show how everything
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • these matters. This will not be the case as long as people
    • chaos of matter, into physical existence.
    • different matter when we must call upon the youngest member
    • of the development of groups of people. And in the matter of
    • one still has to pay at sixty. By considering this matter
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • start today. The other will relate to various matters that I
    • science must indeed lay hold of these matters, step by step,
    • that those to whom it matters for one reason or another
    • character of the matter. This is true here too. The views of
    • thus become most interesting. All matters brought to light by
    • spiritual-scientific matters.
    • Gradually, untruth and lying would become a matter of course
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • kingdom. Whoever pursues these matters without prejudice will
    • realm of interplay between man and man, where matters cannot
    • only a matter of a most delicate nuance of life. For the most
    • earth lives. Certain discrepancies also arise from matters
    • drawing). Into this form, matter is merely inserted. It is
    • matters schematically, for they must be derived empirically
    • spiritualize matter. What counts is not that we confront the
    • matter, despises above all the worst, the most Ahrimanic form
    • of matter, closing one's purse tightly so as to make sure
    • Matter is scorned rather than spiritualized. Where does this
    • contempt for matter come from? It arises because today's
    • materialists, because they are so controlled by matter that
    • only imagined. They despise matter, because they themselves
  • 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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    • connection with previously presented matters, it is necessary
    • astral body. As a matter of course, this transformation must
    • matters to which we must pay attention at present. If we
    • understand just what matters here. In what follows I shall
    • they made? Let us put the matter quite simply. Picture to
    • moment; he himself is quite detached from the matter at hand.
    • A matter of
    • I am certainly not boastful in such matters. I am certainly
    • case stood. One need only look into matters with a healthy
    • eternity and preservation of matter. Everything surrounding
    • matter. The ideals that live within us for the time being
    • destructibility of matter and external energy, whereas the
    • promulgating the conservation of matter and energy. Indeed,
    • heaven and earth — meaning all matter — will pass
    • matter and energy. Things have gone so far that the
    • the avowal of the transitory nature of matter, are considered
    • of the conservation of matter and energy. It has gone so far
    • views on matter would only be honest if he could recant
    • other way but to begin to see these matters clearly and
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • is that matters today, namely, having to relearn about all
    • from which these matters are attacked? We have to admit that
    • absolute judgment on all sorts of matters. From the viewpoint
    • Catholic Church to withhold these matters from the faithful,
    • upbuilding, but disintegrating processes are at work; matter
    • to reality, destroys. One can gain insight into such matters
    • if the earnestness with which such matters should be
    • matters are considered to be insignificant; if, from a
    • These matters
    • of friendship, no matter what part of the world he came from.
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • had this or that intention with regard to this matter.”
    • necessary that, particularly in matters of social
    • They absolutely wanted matters presented to them in the old style,
    • matters that cannot be described in the old style since they
    • always at pains to describe a matter from many different
    • the first sentence indicates the matter from one side, the
    • matter by transcending the words and sentences, as it were.
    • language is concerned. This is an important matter. It is
    • language than in another. But this is then a matter of the
    • supposed to be expressed in a dry, matter-of-fact manner; it
    • acknowledge the truths that matter today should be no child's
    • dream does not matter at all; that has already emancipated
    • dynamics behind the images that matters. The course taken by
    • the dream life of sleep. What matters here is that we
    • mankind's evolution, and what matters here is that we do not
    • with whom I once discussed this matter, told me after we had
    • matters is that one penetrates the being of man, and, through
    • matters is that one has human beings in an emancipated
    • be given such matters, and that one really permeates oneself
    • any way with these matters. It ignores them; indeed, its
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  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • which cultural, political, and economic matters are handled
    • the most defamed matters in the world. Nevertheless, it can
    • considered the matter from the viewpoint from which,
    • been a matter of course to publish a new edition. I opposed
    • you can see how these matters must be understood, I would
    • hear something. In my innermost soul I knew how matters
    • regard to these matters to cling to illusions; the one and
    • explaining matters in this manner speak to the broad masses,
    • Goetheanum. For, in regard to spiritual matters, we are
    • matters as we would merely personal matters. To do that would
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • traditions. One should not speak about these matters from a
    • for these matters must be comprehended. Yet, insofar as we
    • believe, and this faith is what matters. If the teacher has
    • matter was, and yet could not know anything, for example, of
    • teaches how one really comes to know matter; spiritual
    • abstract and no longer teaches what matter really is. What
    • of matter, while the materialist confronts the whole world
    • destroyed, if only matter and energy were everlasting. Energy
    • and matter resolve themselves into sensations. The spirit
    • matter and energy are everlasting. Then come the cowardly
    • matter would say that there is no immortality of the soul,
    • the eternity of matter. They would then have to confess to
    • These matters
    • that those matters I have only briefly summarized today are



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