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- Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
- taught, in the manner in which the whole school system was
- card system is truly one of the most miserable aspects of our
- course of the first school year, a spiritual system of
- the German educational system, the grade of 1 is
- road, or a system of such roads, proceeding into the
- Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
- nervous system and the brain. You know that we must
- will are merely the product of the nervous system and the
- merely consist of a physical body with a nervous system and
- Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
- complete sensory system. You can readily see from this that a
- Thus, when we have the complete system of the senses we can
- should like to add the following to this systematic
- Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
- the sense of the ancient group system. They have to develop
- Title: Social Forms: Lecture VII: Trends of Souls in People of the East, West, and Middle of Europe
- — I might say, from man's metabolic system, not the
- previous earth life; our limbs and our metabolic system are
- Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
- nature, namely, the rhythmic system. This is why he did his
- rhythmic system, the system of breathing and blood, into a
- regulated, systematic movement. What did he do by thus
- rhythmic system? We inhale the air from outside; we give to
- rhythmic system. All this has, however, fallen into
- rhythmic system, just as the ancient Indian lived in the
- metabolic system. One remains unconscious of the element in
- rhythmic system as to an ideal, and he became aware of it.
- The Central European lives in the rhythmic system and is not
- conscious of it. Dwelling in this way in the rhythmic system,
- system, but has taken a step upward, living as a matter of
- course in the human nerves-and-senses system. It is the
- nature of the Oriental to live in his metabolic system. It is
- the Central European's nature to live in the rhythmic system.
- system (see drawing). The Oriental lives in the metabolism;
- he strives upward, trying to attain to the rhythmic system.
- The Central European lives in the rhythmic system. He strives
- towards the nerves-and-senses system. Western man already
- striving beyond the nerve-sense system, strives down into
- what existed in the rhythmic system and could be borne upward
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- Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
- authority to cover the entire educational system then being
- The presumptuous philosophical systems of the second half of
- systematically as organized human life. This he summed up in
- system of ideas which Hegel wrested from the ossifying grip
- of Ahriman. We need this system to become inwardly strong in
- Title: Social Forms: Lecture X: The Tapestry of the Senses, Memory, and the Spiritual World, -or- Spiritual-Cosmic Tasks of Man
- man, the system of the Jungs and the heart and all that is
- system from them.
- picture how the human limb system organizes itself from' one
- Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
- through the limb system. The middle man, the rhythmic man, is
- organically in a one-sided way to the nervous system. Only
- the intellectual life is apportioned to the nervous system.
- insurance systems are based on these figures. If I insure my
- Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
- incarnations, we founded legal systems. Now we live again. We
- cycle of metamorphosis. What at one time is a social system
- Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIV: The Connection of the Members of Man with the Kingdoms of Nature, the Necessity of the Threefold Order
- brought to expression his rhythmic system rather than his
- metabolic system. It was the age in which the mighty
- educational system. Then all this can be made into rules and
- dealing with reality. In the educational system that is part
- out of the educational system, which is a part of the
- spiritual sphere! Make the educational system dependent on
- exists as the system of rights, which has become entangled in
- Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
- Waldorf School system, we have made it our priority that the
- many of our philosophical systems lag considerably behind
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