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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • initiation and the impulse for freedom; and viewpoints on the forming
    • practical teaching impulses arising from the viewpoint and
    • were at the point where they were able to write a report card
    • point that really matters. It is just the predominant and
    • is a characteristic of our times, as I have often pointed
    • often pointed out to those who have been attending my
    • point where he wants to seek for matter in the moving
    • and so on, which are resting points in the phenomenon. Some
    • to be points of energy and are proud of the fact; others,
    • of unhealthiness. We must point to a definite sickness of
    • They are just the very things that point us toward material
    • our inner being. This brings us to the point where we can
    • comprehensive point of view, it is the body's metabolism that
    • indicate a corporeal indisposition. It points toward
    • literature, in order to point out to you how serious from a
    • certain viewpoint matters can become when, leaving the
    • speaking and the following is pointed out: Everything that is
    • spiritual scientific standpoint. Things become serious, yet
    • is the reality to which this Maya points?”
    • world (see drawing, red), but everything in it points toward
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • spiritual-scientific standpoint, is not so much concerned
    • fifteenth century, mankind reached a point where, in a sense,
    • logical standpoint. It may not say that materialism is
    • raised with the necessary earnestness to the vantage point of
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • content of the words to the point where they are understood.
    • the spiritual standpoint. I have mentioned it many times. If
    • place this viewpoint before you today in order to convey to
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • Therefore, the point is not to shut our eyes to the
    • unimportant events, however, frequently point to something
    • pointing out a certain contradiction that I have often dwelt
    • existence, and that from a cultural and historical point of
    • majority of people today. The point is, therefore, that, on
    • have reached the point where even theology has grown
    • from whatever his standpoint happens to be, wishes to become
    • have, however, only just reached the point in the stage of
    • should like to summarize in turn from a number of viewpoints.
    • the abstract chatter concerning monism misses the point of
    • the spiritual-scientific standpoint — namely, the
    • this continues to a certain point. I shall indicate that here
    • psychology, beyond this point and polarically differing from
    • have recently pointed out,
    • capable of taking a completely different viewpoint from that
    • ought not to adopt the humanly arrogant standpoint and say:
    • pointed out that the tragedy of modern materialism is that it
    • point. What does matter is that one learns in substance
    • concerning matter is intelligent and really to the point.
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • initiation and the impulse for freedom; and viewpoints on the forming
    • matter of what standpoint one takes. However, if you consider
    • become real, factual. This is the essential point towards
    • something that still points to human qualities. Now we go so
    • than this standpoint.
    • experienced as right or wrong. From that point, still further
    • find ourselves at a most important, decisive point. Most
    • starting points that are nothing but what is put out by the
    • forecast. Naturally, people point to these matters
    • indication has now been given of what has to be pointed out
    • an opinion in accordance with the spirit. These points must
    • certain starting point of our human evolution. Whole groups
    • then descended to its lowest point, and will ascend again
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • relation to the inner world of the human being and I pointed
    • science points out from the most diverse directions. We have
    • I have pointed out from a number of viewpoints. Instead,
    • point is that true spiritual science guides the human being
    • urged us to enter the church and, index finger pointing
    • At this point,
    • put in here two points taken from life that once again showed
    • basically he is quite correct in pointing out: If anything
    • when one judges it from the standpoint
    • to view it from the spiritual standpoint. The life between
  • 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
    • should like to point to such differentiations from yet
    • another standpoint.
    • At this point,
    • affairs came to the boiling point, they even turned to
    • to roll out Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points. Thus, in recent
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • civilization. Yesterday we had to point out that the Oriental
    • statement which I pointed out to you yesterday: “The
    • which the Oriental had. One can reach the point of saying, as
    • Finally, it rises to its highest point when it reaches the
    • the earth. And the following must be pointed out. Up to now,
    • human being of the Middle, we reach the point of really
    • the point at some future date when this building, still
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • that have always been the high points of all striving for a
    • Therefore, from the spiritual-scientific standpoint, I must
    • experience of the human soul at this middle point is a
    • be necessary at this point in time — which is perhaps
    • the standpoint of present-day science, there is actually
    • sunk down to a low point such as I described to you in regard
  • 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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    • number of viewpoints; today, I shall refer to them again from
    • yet a different point of view.
    • mankind has reached the point of looking at itself, so to
    • at this point. What establishes itself there is, first of
    • reached the point where a person will only accept as
    • particular insight which he, based on his viewpoint in life,
    • impulse and therefore, from his standpoint, he is quite
    • quite pertinent remarks at one point, for instance, about
    • the standpoint of pure materialism. The spirit concealed
    • constructive new direction. It is, however, as I pointed out
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • the universe. If he is considered from the viewpoint attained
    • spirit. As I pointed out yesterday, however, the spiritual
    • from the social standpoint, from that of the group, it works;
    • the starting point for greater conflicts. Now people continue
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • ourselves gradually from the most diverse points of view with
    • new viewpoints; thus, conviction increasingly gains in
    • I have pointed
    • pointed out here how considerably this spiritual life of the
    • forth in a way that points to the highest spheres of which
    • at it from the Darwinian standpoint — we find the
    • great chasm that I have characterized from so many points of
    • reached the point where it states that we are surrounded by
    • body; as far as this viewpoint is concerned, the plant
    • depict it from another point of view.
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • tried from a certain angle to point out the need for a
    • the social order from the viewpoint of the rights sphere
    • point where we apprehend nature with abstract concepts. We
    • been discussed by me from other points of view appears again
    • has often been pointed out. The spiritual element that is
    • has been able to arrive at a certain point in his evolution
  • 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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    • Greco-Latin time. Now humanity is on the point of lifting the
    • hierarchies. Now we have reached the point where the earth
    • have already pointed out in these lectures, the quite
    • understand one another on this particular point! With the
    • tyrannical point of view or from a democratic one. How are
    • teachers is alive. Here you have the point where life enters
    • have discussed this from the most varied points of view.
    • his 150th birthday. Today, we are at a point where the world
    • souls as we experience and feel the point in time at which we
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • initiation and the impulse for freedom; and viewpoints on the forming
    • say that the human being has reached the point of grasping
    • everything from a certain absolute standpoint, a standpoint,
    • the whole world context; by adopting an absolute standpoint
    • at any given moment of this life; by assuming the standpoint
    • epoch, which sets out from this standpoint, and the past
    • gain some starting points for a real study of the present,
    • evolution, and how we gradually arrived at the point of
    • wanting to judge everything only from an earthly standpoint.
    • compulsory labor is being opposed, what are the viewpoints
    • too conceited to abandon absolute standpoints which assume
    • investigate it in regard to the standpoints which I have
    • take into consideration more than the singular standpoint of
    • absolute judgment on all sorts of matters. From the viewpoint
    • Therefore, one must point out that it was not so very long
    • starting point for other aspects.
    • certain jaded standpoint, one says, for example, “Oh,
    • certain point of view, one certainly need not give much
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • pointed this out — that people will say, “I never
    • laws of human evolution point in a different
    • words point like gestures to the essential reality lying
    • reconstruction, we speak from the above-mentioned viewpoint.
    • human civilization, as I have pointed out.
    • express themselves in dreams point to a deeper spiritual
    • up to a certain point, then, he suddenly stood before an
    • with joy. Suddenly, when he reached a certain point in the
    • does one also occupy an intellectual standpoint in regard to
    • reached the point in human evolution where, out of sleep as
    • reason. But the point is that we now live in an age where we
    • Golgotha into the central point of human thinking and
    • this comprehension of man's nature, arrives at the point of
    • thought that bodies possessing volume point back to an
    • have often pointed out, they present the physical body as
    • standpoint. Everything that has been written about it suffers
  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • lecture cycle in Vienna, which were intended to point to what
    • considered the matter from the viewpoint from which,
    • birth and death and points beyond the merely sensory world
    • find the opportunity in the next few days to point to a
    • what I have said was merely mentioned in order to point out
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • initiation and the impulse for freedom; and viewpoints on the forming
    • the viewpoints of spiritual science will have taken hold of a
    • from that standpoint, get some idea of the change of views in
    • theoretical standpoint; one should speak from the standpoint
    • "immortality" of the human soul, we point to the fact that
    • "“immortality” points to postexistence? Why
    • forming the body, and the culmination point of its activity
    • the point of saying: There is the sense world; in it work
    • from this point of view at the lies of today's world. We hear
    • two viewpoints together — this is the great lie in our
    • unconditionally point to preexistence, to a life before
    • right and wrong they spoke from the standpoint of logic.
    • viewpoints there existed yet another in all the old cultures.
    • viewpoint in the logical sense that it was “true”



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