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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • characteristic of a great many mystics, particularly arrogant
    • for example in the social field, a great many party
    • parties. Human beings are unaware of the actual nature of
    • these parties. When they have to vote, they decide on one or
    • the other party. They do not give much thought to what it
    • really is that exists as party policy, pulsating through all
    • “Maya? Then these parties must be Maya too. Then what
    • — one finds that these parties exist in the external
    • Down here, for instance, you find the parties (orange). On
    • Then what are these parties a reflection of? What is up there
    • in the spiritual world if these parties down here are Maya?
    • beings. Yet, political parties are rooted in abstraction.
    • Above, one cannot profess adherence to a party program; there
    • two main categories of parties, the liberal and conservative,
    • ahrimanic being is projected here (see drawing, lower part)
    • many people today know that party opinions are shadows of
    • when we cease talking about programs of parties or world
    • are all part of the world. So, too, is America. I recently
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • indicated in a certain context what it is that party opinions
    • today is actually ruled by party programs of all different
    • today tears apart, as it were. Party opinion, too, must be
    • explained yesterday that party opinions are formed because a
    • abstract party program. A number of demands are raised; they
    • or that — to help such programs, such party views, to
    • what constitutes a party.
    • examines all this more closely, particularly from the
    • exist, no abstract demands exist as posed in party programs.
    • party groups (blue circles) and here, their programs
    • (X). This illustrates how people gather under party programs.
    • supersensory world (orange), all those adhering to a party
    • umbrella of party programs. They believe that by what they do
    • certain party, a socialist, a liberal party, a women's
    • movement, or a party of a spiritualistic nature, and so on.
    • parties existing today, my lecture this evening would become
    • fulfilled by what they do and say within a party, they
    • liberal professing to liberal party views nor the one
    • not actually doing so. In reality, he is part of their
    • super-sensible beings, and the relationship of parties to
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • actually are always dealing only with one part of the human
    • further, particularly into the external, when you perceive
    • physical body with his soul-spiritual part. Then the higher
    • of course, a matter of fact that when our soul-spiritual part
    • leaving behind our organs of sight. Particularly, when we
    • through the eye in particular out into the spiritual world,
    • substance. We come to ghosts, real specters, when we depart
    • particular importance for anyone who acquires a feeling for
    • of smell is not, to begin with, considered to be a part of
    • particular nature of these experiences. The mysticism, even
    • particular and striking thing we discover is that when we
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • expects of each individual seeking to participate in it that
    • he associate this participation with a profound sense of
    • part in them without our having a hand in the matter.
    • course of the universe, in particular, that of the earth. And
    • impartially or contemplate spiritual science, it is necessary
    • part, they do not go beyond what is reflected. Ordinary man
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • particularly in ancient Egyptian and Chaldean times, not to
    • their way to something entirely apart from man insofar as
    • Lately, however, people have departed from that. Already, a
    • particular world conception has taken hold of a number of
    • accordingly, but they are just not aware of it. Particularly
    • have an inward Part in truth and error. When one has insight
    • the most eminent individuals, who participated throughout the
    • alternate form of egotism. It is also particularly important
    • production in this particular branch and those representing
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • out two things in particular. I stressed that the external
    • particular do not like to hear mentioned. There we become
    • and ego find themselves in that part of the spiritual world
    • less a spiritual science. Particularly in our time it is
    • and so on. He participated in the war on the
    • newspapers and books. Particularly the people in leading
    • political parties, societies, and so on.
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VII: Trends of Souls in People of the East, West, and Middle of Europe
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    • number of viewpoints, I have referred in particular to the
    • concepts. By means of this particular manner of expressing
    • mood of soul, is particularly fitted to turn the human soul's
    • as the counterpart of what I
    • represent the spiritual part, the spiritual world, in a
    • another occasion. The East was particularly predisposed to
    • other hand, we are obliged to say, particularly when one
    • particular thinking of Mill, Buckle, and Adam Smith
    • something that is particularly suited to characterize the
    • thinking is particularly predisposed to focus on the life
    • special will develop. While a large part of humanity still
    • particularly in America, something different is preparing
    • something that will be a part of life in the future,
    • particularly in regard to this world-view of immortality.
    • the East, the particular attention to the life before birth
    • might say about color. Particularly in the last few years, a
    • well have called Berlin, New York, apart from the difference
    • been drawn up particularly by Hegel as a philosophy of
    • is one part with a special disposition for the economy; there
    • and therefore must be kept properly apart everywhere. If, in
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • qualities exist among people in different parts of the earth.
    • are particularly inclined to develop concepts and ideas on
    • particularly predisposed to understand that he dwelt in
    • different ways in different parts of the world.
    • particularly the ancient Oriental who dwelt completely in the
    • spirit, as idea. Yet, particularly if one is in Hegel's
    • the very element that has no counterpart in the spiritual
    • of Catholic orders in particular would become adherents of
    • particularly as exemplified by the most brilliant minds as
    • thinking which can then be utilized in the economic part of
    • of what the economic life is. The three fall apart, however,
    • party or sectarian program alongside others. Anthroposophy is
    • eight o'clock, I will continue with those particular
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • development of his particular spiritual character in middle
    • particularly influential in public education, but also in a
    • a certain sense, sharp critics of what — partly from
    • indolence of soul, partly from sheer bad will —
    • concepts are, particularly through what spiritual science
    • particularly in the West; in the East, spiritual thinking
    • milieu. It was not yet the trend of that time, particularly
    • not regard in the same way as do Western eyes, particularly
    • actually put forward the suggestion to close down a part of
    • particularly morality among our intellectuals is fast going
    • on the part of spiritual science; and because of what can
  • 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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    • time he falls asleep until he awakens, man participates in
    • to which man belongs for this period; a certain part of the
    • owing to his senses he belongs to one particular spirit
    • understanding of it, particularly if he presses forward to
    • a person has grown up in a movement, in some party, he
    • generally feels that this party has not yet reached just that
    • particular insight which he, based on his viewpoint in life,
    • particularly those that have to do with the social field so
    • particularly charmed when he wrote something like an occult
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • integral part of the universe must permeate the consciousness
    • civilized world, the social order has partly disintegrated
    • already, and in part threatens to disintegrate? The reason is
    • apart into distant space, yet is held together centripetally
    • forces that do not represent the chaos but dwell particularly
    • impulses, above all those of outer life and particularly the
    • particularly those of an economic nature? We must engage in
    • particular kind of enthusiasm, a cynical enthusiasm like Nietzsche
    • This is the reason why, particularly in his early years, he
    • of associations into the right direction, particularly in the
    • mandatory, particularly in economics. There will be no
    • particularly in those people who will shoulder the greatest
    • Will it be unfinished, with only that part constructed that
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • particularly in regard to spiritual-scientific subjects, the
    • particularly not what we today define as juridical thinking.
    • nuance of Oriental soul life, in particular where it is at
    • the human soul can partake, but the lofty heights of these
    • Hegel. It is purely juridical, but it is partly instinctive,
    • partly a fully conscious thinking; something that is, for
    • thinking, say, the attempts of Spencer, Bentham, particularly
    • instinctive, only partly fully conscious ones. What arises,
    • year. All three, of course, participate in the social
    • detect the primitive aspect in connection with a particular
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • having a particular affinity with this realm. I have said
    • that is, to become like the particular plant it confronts. I
    • our culture, we find its most conscious component parts to be
    • where he can accomplish something only when he is part of an
    • part, we can say that in regard to the way it is formed in
    • is discarded are only the material particles that are built
    • evolve in such a manner that man's sense of participation in
    • from this particular aspect.
    • hold the economic sphere in particularly low esteem, for it
  • 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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    • when employing their particular kind of thinking for the
    • recent age, particularly since Bacon, the human being has
    • understand one another on this particular point! With the
    • people come together as a party — they usually know
    • confronts the class with his particular
    • dealing with reality. In the educational system that is part
    • out of the educational system, which is a part of the
    • the teachers themselves who are available at a particular
    • lie but something that is in accordance with the particular
    • when born out of Greek life, more particularly, out of the
    • humanized, and for our feelings to participate in what
    • People must realize what part mankind must play in the
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • and maturity, were in large part themselves initiates into
    • the part of those divine spiritual beings who guide and
    • advance these demands. For the most part, they will ask,
    • materialism of the mystics or theosophists, particularly the
    • people rouse themselves inwardly. For, particularly in the
    • people from every part of the world, from all nationalities,
    • 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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    • something for human evolution, without the participation of
    • necessary that, particularly in matters of social
    • are part of the future. And basically, what one is being
    • that, particularly in the descriptions of social
    • important for the reason that the greatest part of what
    • if one wishes to participate in the evolution of humanity
    • is left to the decision of those who participate in the
  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • to speak of such — that I can afford, particularly for
    • discussions that I had to take part in during the actual
    • enter into mankind particularly through spiritual science.
    • depths, souls who will accept it impartially out of the
    • necessity of the times, quite part from the intentions of the
    • broad masses of the people, though also partly paralyzed by
    • the old days have the party leadership and the people firmly
    • in hand — be they leaders of the parties to the right
    • of all the left-wing parties, defamers and phrase-mongers
    • truth. A leading personality who had come up in the party
    • "German Democratic Party," a person who had appeared at one
    • Central Europe into the wide world, in particular towards the
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • soul's preexistence was part of the true doctrine of the
    • Church, of Christianity. It was not part of it. To the real
    • the state, are by no means particularly important in the
    • asleep until we awaken — and the particular realm of
    • atoms, molecules, tiny particles whose collision with each
    • to be the first part of my observations today.

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