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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • point that really matters. It is just the predominant and
    • much more than is generally realized, the one great obstacle,
    • paucity of people who are qualified for any real tasks in
    • second school be established. To find suitable, really
    • goes really well, and if economic and other problems can be
    • to perceive the real needs of our society and how they are
    • that is to snoop around a bit. Yet there is really not all
    • that of other world views. Spiritual science, if it really
    • that guarantees a different external reality than the
    • phenomenal realities of the rainbow.
    • any combination of pure reasoning to find matter in the realm
    • in the realm of phenomena. Anthroposophy cannot agree with
    • do with realities. I urge you to take it very seriously when
    • I say that spiritual science has to do with realities!
    • real. This is why, in spiritual science, we not only say that
    • concept of wrongness with the realistic concept of sickness,
    • in the inner realm of man. Truly objective evaluation of
    • arising which we call mystical — what are they really?
    • the inwardly perceived corporeal matter of the metabolism.
    • real illness of the spirit, soul and bodily being of
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • vital link connecting most persons' souls to life's realities
    • nature, having its reality in the spiritual world. It only
    • become reality. Groups of people gathering under the flag of
    • an abstract idea which they hope can be realized, that is
    • abstract idea and to yearn for the realization of abstract
    • be subject to the physical realm is something that people do
    • spoken for the sake of realizing this, program, all possible
    • something does not make it any less real. Even if neither the
    • not actually doing so. In reality, he is part of their
    • instinctively to manifest and transform into reality the
    • long time. What really matters, however, is that we pay heed
    • and events and living beings of that realm. We should seek
    • realities, not mere logical schemes. I also said that people
    • yield to the much more real concepts of healthy and sick in
    • the realm of anthroposophically oriented spiritual science.
    • the sphere of concrete reality.
    • course, but one dealing with realities. All that lives in the
    • physical realm. The configuration of forces that he brings
    • be crazy, unreal and fantastic. This is because the moment
    • physical thoughts, thoughts about the physical realm. One can
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • corporeality which confronts us in color, brightness or
    • of external corporeality, if, through our sense organization,
    • surface of the corporeality, we perceive certain qualities
    • will realize that what confronts you on the surface of
    • corporeality is something mediated by the sense of sight.
    • imagine that you go still further into the inner corporeality
    • nature to where the external corporeality becomes more
    • leaves the corporeal sheath, it penetrates outward through
    • leave our corporeality through the eyes and move about the
    • soul-spiritual realm.
    • substance. We come to ghosts, real specters, when we depart
    • permeated corporeally by the air we inhale, so we feel our
    • is just as real in the physical organization as is the sense
    • the outward sense perceptions. From this you realize that
    • not actually perceive what occurs in the realm of these
    • corporeality (orange), is not directly perceived. Just as the
    • of the life sense flowing into your soul realm.
    • being independent of the corporeality is the inpouring of the
    • external realm. This effect is also projected within; man,
    • that if we penetrate to the heart of things as they really
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • friends who had not realized it before may have understood
    • are then simply delusions. For the reality postulated by the
    • any real comprehension of the riddle of human freedom.
    • entering the stage of real freedom, and that formerly it was
    • realize that if anyone today were to teach even the loftiest
    • mankind thirsts for freedom! Initiation science realizes that
    • physical, corporeal organization of which he consists in the
    • corporeal sense. In a way we are its concentration, elevated
    • corporeal man. But whether we study the facts of nature
    • to come to the realization: This physical, bodily
    • organization is not really available to what human science,
    • physical corporeal nature of man. You can discover the
    • to the realization — in the way I described it to you
    • view today do not realize this. They have no desire to listen
    • discern this organic life and its effects and realize that
    • arriving at the realization that spirit as such must be
    • concerning matter is intelligent and really to the point.
    • speaking, a falsehood, because in reality one only pictures a
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • a realistic, idealistic, liberal or conservative, socialistic
    • sense, but that behind it something like real atoms and
    • realize that the human being must mature in the course of his
    • works in a sculpturing manner on the corporeality in the
    • really are. Speaking from the other side of the threshold,
    • childlike quality and you cannot realize how it surges forth
    • (childishness) on this side of the threshold, we really mean
    • again from the merely abstract and logical to reality, when
    • between the inner and the outer realm, but when we speak of
    • takes the world of phenomena to be a real, material world, or
    • become real, factual. This is the essential point towards
    • to refer to the factual, the real, once more, not simply the
    • In reality, it is not true, but something that is beneficial
    • It really is
    • logically correct. It must lead to action, to reality, by
    • round to a real knowledge of man. At the moment, we in Europe
    • drawing on the archives. If one really wishes to comprehend
    • basis of reality. This is what is necessary. We must train
    • ourselves toward reality if we wish to form judgments the way
    • they really ought to be formed today.
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • material realities. Then, however, behind this world of
    • external phenomena, one seeks for material realities, for
    • reality standing behind the world of phenomena, is just as if
    • phenomenon. This search for material reality in regard to the
    • reality behind it, accepting it as appearance, so we must
    • question then is posed to us: What is it that really stands
    • but in one of spiritual realities.
    • spiritual realities, spiritual beings (right side).
    • realities, they are spiritual phenomena. Now, if we descend
    • organism, the world of material realities.
    • seek for all manner of mystical realities within oneself, as
    • who believes he has encountered mystical realities by
    • illusion that they can find physical, material realities, not
    • spiritual realities, behind the sense world. It is the
    • the sense world lies the world of spiritual realities, out of
    • then what constitutes the realm of the material
    • ourselves, with the realities in which we dwell between death
    • of something more rarefied. It is really the same thing
    • quite different is what really matters, namely, that we
    • different way than we think about the sense realm. We think
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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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    • in the civilized world really shows an essentially Western
    • is in itself something devoid of meaning, without reality, it
    • external form of his words. No one really understands
    • now saying lies the key to much of what is really the riddle
    • what is really taking place. Thus, people will live to see
    • at the sense world without realizing the truth of what we
    • really is nothing. Inwardly, on the other hand, he has found
    • this suggestion without rigorously denying the reality of
    • spirit. It does not sustain itself on realities; it lives on
    • given industrial association. We must realize that when
    • visible.” As I said before, people really have no
    • out-and-out Central European mind, has really been
    • substance of duty can become reality. Here, all the raw
    • example of how matters really stand at present. Indeed, we
    • until people realize how necessary it is today that world
    • Something real is attained only when we note the differences
    • and realize what world conditions are. Formerly, human beings
    • postexistence — this is really life in the present
    • throughout the earth, we come to the realization that there
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • realm. This is connected with the fact that Oriental people
    • death until this birth. The realization or the doctrine of
    • there is spirit. In reality, we consume spirit and the
    • he really is one, can be characterized as in Fichte's
    • is necessary to realize that if one really wishes to
    • This special soul disposition, however, tones down the real
    • instance, in the way Hegel takes ideas as realities. Hegel,
    • are truths, realities. One even comes to something like
    • to this external reality. One views this external reality as
    • mind with the realm of ideas, one is in a sense inwardly
    • to see through these things. For then we will realize how
    • Spencer's philosophy, for instance, we realize that this is a
    • and it is necessary for real cooperation to come about. We
    • clearly expresses the reality of the situation. The thoughts
    • start with, deep in the unconscious realm (see drawing
    • to realize how differentiated human capabilities are all over
    • achieve a realistic union of these three elements that are
    • can only do it when we realize in what way the
    • human being of the Middle, we reach the point of really
    • realistic economic life, not one that people dream and
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • icy realm of ideas. To Hegel, on the other hand, this was
    • spirit allows reality to come into being. This is why Hegel
    • When it is really contemplated, this Logic
    • can really only be characterized by means of spiritual science.
    • in the earthly realm itself; and if it falls to the impulses
    • course in the cold, icy realm of what at first seem to be
    • represent the full human condition in this group. In reality,
    • light-irradiated realm — and what pulls him down, on
    • inwardly, to become entangled in matter. In the realm of
    • who Lifts himself out of Ahriman's realm, who rescues from
    • reasonable is real, and everything real is reasonable.”
    • Prussian realm were not yet in evidence when Hegel, one might
    • as the ruling spirit governing the whole realm of Prussian
    • It would really
    • speak, for Haeckel's voice really carried weight at the
    • not react. It would be a really good deed if they could
    • to evoke in their minds that real earnestness which is what
  • 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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    • spiritual realm is in fact allotted to him for this state of
    • organism. Were man really to penetrate the barrier, he would
    • forces we possess in our arms and legs are really those that
    • our arms. One cannot harbor such a concept without realizing
    • One is really in a strange position in regard to these
    • the real questions.
    • consciously, but in reality we are in it with our whole
    • backfires out of the world we are in, which in reality is
    • directly. The person who enters the realm beyond the
    • that is as real as the sense realm.
    • (beyond the sensory realm) existsfor one cannot truly
    • one — then one realizes something else, namely, why one
    • would really pass bad nights if one were consciously to
    • we may realize what mission men's social life on earth has
    • spirits. And just as one must realize that man's existence is
    • a member of the cosmos. One must realize that everything he
    • really the worst materialists. They absorb the concepts of
    • this occult chemistry. What really happened? This Mr.
    • Then does humanity desire its downfall? One really cannot
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • spiritual realm is a chilly, cold world. We are within this
    • waking, but in reality we then dwell in it without
    • role he plays in the universe. He arrives at the realization
    • sense his link with the cosmos will realize that world
    • It is really
    • nothing really sound and wholesome can result from
    • realms of consciousness. Man is still childishly lost in this
    • realm that makes the influence of the spiritual life
    • Therefore, one should really say, “First of all, get a
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • evaluate properly what the Orient really signifies for the
    • is assuming those forms that really belong to the economic
    • destiny. What is it, really, that passed over, that flowed
    • world into the physical realm, noting how the karmic
    • set up concepts, but really envision the unique soul nuance
    • they all really think as Darwin thought, except that they
    • confronts realities.
    • to you a parallel taken from an entirely different realm. It
    • thinks Huxley — in a realm where every creature must
    • fit. Now Huxley turns from the natural realm to the social
    • true, but in the social realm goodness should prevail,
    • animal kingdom. We all dwell within the same realm. The dog,
    • shapes of this specific realm. This acts within our ego. It
    • in terms of the mineral realm. After all, it has been
    • physical body, as such, lives in none of these realms; it
    • has, as you know, a realm of its own. In my
    • the ego. What the ego acquires from the mineral realm and in
    • the spiritual realm.
    • being, we certainly cannot say without uttering a real insult
    • body, the third realm, the economic sphere, comes into
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • and finally also the ego are not really something static.
    • the realm of the distant future. For you know that the human
    • having a particular affinity with this realm. I have said
    • physical body, the etheric body is prevented from realizing
    • consciousness essentially out of the mineral realm. I have
    • transforms the content gained from the mineral realm and
    • defines quite clearly what we call the cultural realm of the
    • realm of interplay between man and man, where matters cannot
    • agreement and reciprocal understanding, is the realm that
    • consciousness does not really penetrate. In the etheric body
    • directed to what really takes place within the human social
    • nature. Keep in mind that it is present in reality when it
    • realities and in turn react upon the human being. First, he
    • stands indeed in a certain relationship to outer reality,
    • even the reality of nature. It is important to realize that
    • having its being initially in the realm of rights, lives in a
    • allows him to realize how significant it is whether he
    • will have nothing to do with each other, really cannot have
    • acquired by the human being for his higher realm. What we
    • and think: It is not necessary really to offer this or that
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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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    • with our environment, with the other realms of existence. We
    • and science are really, in the widest extent, the contents of
    • the actual spirit realm of the social organism.
    • realm of art, religion and science; and what grows out of the
    • all this was really prepared for us. Naturally, we have a
    • relationships as they are in reality knows how to look upon
    • dead mineral realm, even though we do so with our ego, which
    • abstract sense. Three people who get together really know
    • confronts a class of fifty real children. They have quite
    • can be figured out. In reality, however, it is a question of
    • dealing with reality. In the educational system that is part
    • time. Then it will be a reality; then it will not become a
    • age. That is what is meant by working toward realities.
    • into existence in the living collaboration among real
    • everyday life has to do most intensely with realities. One
    • could really despair when one sees how little actual energy
    • in reality he is entirely unacquainted with the subject.
    • far removed the human element has come from what really
    • all the philosophical talk about the reality of the world? We
    • should inform ourselves about the reality of the world by
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • about the secrets of the universe, we must realize quite
    • gain some starting points for a real study of the present,
    • one investigates the intentions of the gods in the realm
    • down to earth from invisible realms by what was revealed in
    • arisen in the Orient was really still present in the twelfth,
    • wishes to do something, if one tries to realize intentions so
    • to reality, destroys. One can gain insight into such matters
    • longer hold water. It is important here to realize that
    • realize what those who were doomed left for them.
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • may already know something about the actual person, the real
    • to do with a real smith; a person called Miller has nothing
    • words point like gestures to the essential reality lying
    • age — and in many respects, this is the real reason for
    • themselves. There are insipid, dry people who would really
    • letters of earlier pictorial scripts. They are really
    • a state of revolt today, it is really heaven that is
    • not the true course of the dream; it really has very little
    • super-sensible realm, this one tried to grasp with concepts
    • theologians should really not call ourselves Christians any
    • should really claim it for ourselves.” This is not
    • be given such matters, and that one really permeates oneself
    • words, too, people must realize more and more clearly that
    • last to notice the things that really occur in the world, and
    • regard to human development can really only be seen by
  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • expectation had been realized. So, it did not appear, but
    • civilization, souls would emerge here and there who really
    • Mankind could have realized where it had been led by the
    • is dealing with realities, one must also give proof by means
    • of realities. It had first to be proven by realities that out
    • So there really
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • death. Today, one does not sufficiently realize the
    • themselves out or recede, and so on. As yet, we really do not
    • realize what secrets of existence we are looking into when
    • with the body! It is really an element of soul egotism that
    • we will not speak about what really lies beyond death, only
    • churches view this teaching as heresy; they do not realize
    • that in this they are not really teaching Christianity but
    • Church, of Christianity. It was not part of it. To the real
    • existence before birth, and turn to really sound logic, logic
    • spiritual science, what will they realize? They will say:
    • Strange! Until the change of teeth the child does not really
    • teaches how one really comes to know matter; spiritual
    • abstract and no longer teaches what matter really is. What
    • does the modern physician really know of the liver and
    • is really happening there? What is different after puberty?
    • When one really studies the whole complex confronting us
    • asleep until we awaken — and the particular realm of
    • lead to a real social reconstruction, and not until mankind
    • something! Today we really talk of health or sickness only
    • lectures and books. From such descriptions you can realize
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