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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • Now, when we ended the first year something happened that
    • things too rigidly in words. One cannot study matters
    • word structure. One must be aware that by expressing things
    • something out in a practical sense today, one encounters,
    • something has been accomplished in a certain area. I must
    • the few who have meanwhile reached school age. If everything
    • anthroposophic books and who hope to set something from
    • to anything of a spiritual nature. When talking about
    • like to acquaint you with some things that can illustrate how
    • science has nothing to do with such a way of proceeding. It
    • there are people who maintain that everything one sees is, in
    • feeling. According to their view, as soon as something can be
    • of touch, for instance, are intuitively taken as something
    • for today's abstract world-view must be replaced by something
    • is feebleminded to seek in the external world something other
    • easy for people with other world outlooks to set things
    • refute something is considered an accomplishment. Yet, in a
    • human organism when we think atomistically. This is one thing
    • certainly finds interesting things. When we look into the
    • They are just the very things that point us toward material
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • regarded as a reflection of something that is of supersensory
    • do one thing or another — mostly, they talk about this
    • that something that can be grasped in abstract ideas can only
    • be subject to the physical realm is something that people do
    • something does not make it any less real. Even if neither the
    • them, to present their people with something like an abstract
    • actions. Today one cannot do anything that benefits the
    • all consider something I mentioned before my trip to
    • Stuttgart to a number of you sitting here. It is something
    • One believes that something has been proven by refutation. I
    • because they had nothing to do with human knowledge. They
    • functions. Consequently, everything surrounding you in the
    • their own thinking was something that should have given them
    • materialists of the nineteenth century stated nothing wrong;
    • seething of substance within the skin until it became flames
    • must do things by its knowledge. Hence, first of all, the
    • who have become body-bound. Secondly, nothing is accomplished
    • to clarify to yourselves that it is one thing merely to
    • science must be comprehended as something that actually
    • something that Europeans can very well understand even though
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • corporeality is something mediated by the sense of sight.
    • something of the substantiality of this metal plate, that is,
    • the inner nature of things. If you go to the other side, you
    • arrive at something that the body in question exercises upon
    • sense. One may well hear something but need not grasp the
    • into the essence of something external when we understand it
    • pressure is only slight. You perceive nothing of the object,
    • things and where we perceive more the effects of things in
    • rainbow; we get something that is tinged, containing in a
    • kind of image something like a last residue of material
    • the image becomes condensed, so to speak, into something
    • spirit. More and more, we become aware that everything
    • waking consciousness, which is something you are not aware of
    • in sleep, and which is only disturbed when something within
    • causes us to feel whether the things are silken or woolen,
    • outside. What does, however, stream into the soul is nothing
    • something, we do not immediately believe that it is indeed
    • things and penetrates into us also, what holds and bears all
    • a person smells something, it is the extension of his sense
    • effect. Many people like to smell fragrant things and
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • information, you will have gathered one thing, namely, that
    • nothing about the connection between the impulses generated
    • unimportant events, however, frequently point to something
    • immensely incisive and drastic. Again, things go on that
    • not say important things without assuming the obligation to
    • should take the form of an obligation never to say anything
    • doing nothing; it should induce us to steer the correct
    • wishes to give an opinion about something that is happening
    • like to present something that will supplement what I said
    • by means of its facts it can determine something about the
    • of nebular condition. It is thought that everything arising
    • substance is indestructible, that everything consists only of
    • it, it is supposed that everything on the earth, including
    • Well, an art historian need not understand anything about
    • something more sublime than others, but in the end is only to
    • underlies everything that I say here. It is the basis of
    • it is usually done. Something grand is contained in the other
    • societies are nothing more than mere shadows of the past;
    • indeed, they represent something that can only do harm to
    • science, something that must obviously originate from
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • something that must change today. Johann Gottlieb Fichte
    • Right and wrong is something that is of special interest to
    • something entirely different. First, however, we shall try to
    • something quite different was applicable when one wished to
    • something in a certain way, it was healthy, if he formed an
    • looking at things. The course of human evolution is such that
    • sense, but that behind it something like real atoms and
    • it as something other than the flame that flares up out of
    • nothing but the preservation of a portion of this
    • out of the seething organism as the inner spark, the inner
    • “childishness.” This is something that must be
    • something negative. When we speak from the other side, we
    • We speak of right and wrong, we refer to something that
    • an unhealthy opinion, we indicate that something is amiss in
    • their way to something entirely apart from man insofar as
    • something that proceeds from America but already makes itself
    • something that is not advantageous to him in life says that
    • he cleverly masters life, then he calls it something useful.
    • Man judges something to be false or wrong because it is
    • an “as-if science,” or something like that. The
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  • 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
    • external world is something quite unfounded, as spiritual
    • a special, higher world, something that mystic dreamers
    • discover something spiritual; there, we should seek for the
    • organs. Just as tallow turns into flame, so everything that
    • manner of fantastic things, depicting them in the ancient
    • terminology which actually does not designate anything new.
    • body, then something more nebulous and tenuous, the astral
    • body, or something even more and more rarefied; for one
    • of something more rarefied. It is really the same thing
    • society teachings, or whatever they are called now. Something
    • spiritual science if we conceive of something other
    • attain to a spiritual concept merely by calling something
    • proceed to regard something as right or wrong. Not until
    • terms. Things that must be expressed in a certain manner if
    • everything presented in a crudely senseperceptible
    • however, it is necessary to see a number of things in the
    • perceives that everything that is not Bolshevism leads to
    • a Russian affair. Then he discovers something quite
    • basically he is quite correct in pointing out: If anything
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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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    • coloring, something originating in the characteristic
    • notice one thing they have in common. If this is the Western
    • When things are
    • become visible.” The sentence means nothing less than
    • is in itself something devoid of meaning, without reality, it
    • surrounded by things that I could touch. There must be wood,
    • become sense-perceptible. Everything outside exists primarily
    • anything about Fichte. You may take everything you find on
    • him today, either literary or scientific, but it has nothing
    • life here in the sense world as something that comes to man
    • after he has received his tasks prior to birth, as something
    • one earth life only, which is something that should
    • earthly life. Everything else, everything in the way of
    • life. Everything that became decadent in later ages, the
    • which are like something
    • thinking. The West will have to experience that something it
    • itself into something that is received there with the same
    • something very strange here that must, however, be mentioned.
    • to eliminate everything to do with the ego and astral body,
    • something that a great number of people do, in fact, speak
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • Oriental people are especially gifted for everything
    • something once more that I have already outlined for some of
    • the activities expressed in breathing, blood circulation, and
    • so on — and the third, the metabolic man, everything
    • Brahman — something that Europeans and Americans will
    • understands these things views the remarkable poetic
    • learns to recognize the divine in something that the
    • Yoga exercises, his special breathing exercises, practicing
    • rhythmic system, the system of breathing and blood, into a
    • this air something that comes from the human metabolism,
    • between something that is a result of our metabolism and
    • something contained in the air that we breathe in. Today's
    • together in the air and considers it something purely
    • that I might have something with which to fulfill my
    • Yoga philosophy to be his ideal, the artistic breathing that
    • are truths, realities. One even comes to something like
    • what exists in the external world; but anything that would
    • world, namely, the life of rights, of the state, something
    • Through its effect, one arrives at something different that
    • to see through these things. For then we will realize how
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • is something like a world tour of the spirit.
    • all else, there existed something like a concentrated
    • logic, but something entirely different. It was written in
    • was something akin to a summation of what Hellenism, in a
    • all its truth, purity, and light-filled clarity. Something
    • out of intense feeling than something abstract, what Jacob
    • dwelling in something that Nietzsche later called the cold,
    • passes over to “nothingness”; proceeds
    • “nothingness” to “becoming,” to
    • passage in Rosenkranz's biography of Hegel, for something
    • something that it cannot be. It is a sum of ideas that begin
    • with “being,” pass from “nothingness”
    • logic actually remains something eternal; thus it must
    • Everything that could be termed a
    • contains the remarkable sentence: “Everything
    • reasonable is real, and everything real is reasonable.”
    • element living in Middle Europe is indeed something we must
    • since the mendacities of recent years. It is something best
    • possesses in its spirit structure something of an inner
    • firmness, having nothing mathematical about it, yet
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  • 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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    • were drawn from beyond this threshold. Everything that is
    • organization, something that would appear thoroughly prosaic
    • something that is being pressed in a sense out of another
    • knowledge something derived from this side of the threshold.
    • textual tradition, everything else has been squeezed out like
    • humanity, an arrogance that will learn absolutely nothing. If
    • fruitful things can only be accomplished if these movements
    • because people stand firm against receiving anything from the
    • To experience it is to be affected by something rigidifying,
    • one — then one realizes something else, namely, why one
    • mission, how he exists for something, so to speak, that lies
    • in fact there in order for something to take place in the
    • universe, so must one be able to see that in everything, even
    • a member of the cosmos. One must realize that everything he
    • does signifies something that surpasses what he can first
    • signifies something in relation to the whole cosmos. By
    • not perceive the spirit concealed behind these things. People
    • behind them is not seen. Thus, the (negative) things have
    • particularly charmed when he wrote something like an occult
    • enchanted when, among many things, the so-called "permanent
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • which a number of other things occur in our limb organism. We
    • arrived on their own at anything like such an awareness of
    • rhythms of heart and breathing. This means, in other words,
    • cosmos; he wishes to know nothing of it. A Person who does
    • world bestows an us everything connected with our senses.
    • reforms something that emerges out of chaos. In Eastern
    • anything of this nature that is to be given to humanity must
    • There, however, I am touching on something still quite
    • with the oldest formations. In everything forming the basis
    • must draw everything out of unconscious depths. How does this
    • everything is based on the development of the individuality.
    • chaos; instead, we obtain something that can be expressed in
    • article, how much is needed for one thing or another. The
    • and despise everything of a group order. Nietzsche had a
    • tremendous scorn for anything of a group nature in the world.
    • thing to him. What is connected, however, with the economic
    • nothing really sound and wholesome can result from
    • bad thing. Nothing much results or has resulted from it.
    • normal, modern consciousness of humanity, nothing
    • with figures; only associations can do something with numbers
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • becomes acquainted with the same things from ever changing
    • attitude that you are dealing with something quite different
    • observe how everything that the Occident has possessed up to
    • death preceding this earthly existence. Everything else
    • Mystery of Golgotha? It was something that was strongly
    • partly a fully conscious thinking; something that is, for
    • across something quite strange. One might actually recommend
    • or something else by a minor
    • thinking. He would experience something like the following.
    • to contemplate these questions. Confronted by such things, it
    • together in logical sequence, who is inept in everything and
    • additional facts not mentioned earlier. The things that such
    • freedom should reign. Something should come to pass that as
    • rebels against all that prevails in nature. Something
    • man for something concrete that serves as the basis for the
    • struggle for survival holds sway, and there is nothing that
    • Nonetheless, as far as Huxley is concerned, there is nothing
    • Huxley calls the family attraction, something that is active
    • is something that he calls “the human instinct for
    • something that appears in the human being in the sense
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • that this constitution of man is something that is, so to
    • and finally also the ego are not really something static.
    • be clear about one thing. Let us take the physical body of
    • we can class this physical body of man with nothing but
    • environment, we are unable to find anything that could be
    • That seems natural, for it is something inaccessible to
    • immediate consciousness, something that we can also establish
    • it his science, his art, and his religion. Everything that in
    • the following. Everything brought into being because the ego
    • area, but anybody senses that this is something abnormal, for
    • life where the individual person can do nothing by himself,
    • where he can accomplish something only when he is part of an
    • certain relationship to his environment, adopts something
    • things in human life are related, indeed, in decidedly
    • absorbed by the form. The form is something absolutely
    • such things pass entirely unnoticed by what today is called
    • something merely abstract, man-made, arising and again
    • life of rights. All things physical, in fact, derive
    • originally from something given order or disorder by spirit.
    • will have nothing to do with each other, really cannot have
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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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    • comprehend a number of things that have to be mentioned in
    • art, religion and science — are basically nothing else
    • souls. Here in the Occident we have established something
    • that in the end it is all an Oriental heritage. It is nothing
    • else. Certainly, we have changed any number of things. As I
    • turned finally through the Latin Roman element into something
    • trees. It only changes into something else by sprouting,
    • wishes to see nothing but stones come into existence in or
    • whoever views the earth as nothing but mineral substance,
    • would pay attention to these things, we must certainly bring
    • everything about all things; it is not much better when
    • everything about all things. One knows exactly how to set up
    • construct something in abstractions. Then it becomes law. It
    • is something else, however, when, for instance, someone
    • something else enters the picture. The teacher himself
    • (referring to the smaller form). In abstractions, everything
    • nothing but abstractions. These can be quite wonderful and
    • lie but something that is in accordance with the particular
    • Something else, however, takes its place: Paragraphs one,
    • they are observed is actually something absolutely
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • clearly that everything that takes place outside in the
    • requires each individual to contribute something toward the
    • understand a number of things that we have outgrown.
    • everything from a certain absolute standpoint, a standpoint,
    • upon to judge everything. He believes that it is possible to
    • have a final opinion about everything without undergoing any
    • that he is able to judge everything in a sovereign manner;
    • everything is in a sense illusion — the course of human
    • with each other, this has nothing to do with any natural laws
    • direct everything we may call human destiny.” One
    • was clearly aware that not everything that man has to know
    • things he has to be aware of, the forces that work in his
    • outside earth. Therefore, everything that was to be
    • than anything which has arisen in the form of natural
    • theories concerning the human being or anything in the
    • wanting to judge everything only from an earthly standpoint.
    • Let us consider something that is now prevalent in the world,
    • work?”— or something like that. All the reasons
    • associations, and so forth — things that are admittedly
    • about all things.
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  • 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
    • thing is to be in a position to understand such things by
    • anything from the name “Miller.” Initially, it
    • may already know something about the actual person, the real
    • his name anything about the character of the approaching
    • feel the need to discover, by means of something that is not
    • A person bearing the name Smith today no longer has anything
    • to do with a real smith; a person called Miller has nothing
    • infer the things from their words. Now, it is convenient to
    • regard to such things we must have the same attitude that we
    • something that is experienced by many people with abstract
    • itself. Concerning the things of life, intentions that do not
    • indicate the being or thing in question, no longer
    • designating and explaining anything fully. If
    • for example, then something must come about for which people
    • something is represented that in future time will have to
    • to anticipate something that is supposed to occur in the
    • something lacking in capacities, lacking in images. This
    • legends and anything illuminated by imagination. In our
    • earliest childhood with something that is actually not at all
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  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • science and everything connected with it today belongs among
    • one of vanity or ambition for saying such things.
    • Thus, many things have been misunderstood during the so
    • called war years. Something that was of eminent importance to
    • unfortunately, things are still considered today, despite the
    • Nothing at all materialized of the expectation that I had
    • Take everything
    • should have lived an in us. Nothing of the old spirit could
    • could not appeal on the basis of something which one had to
    • towards something factual. This arose purely out of the
    • do something like this from one center, for it could have had
    • like to touch upon something else. Before I traveled in the
    • old leaders.” So, I did not reckon with those things
    • hear something. In my innermost soul I knew how matters
    • or the left, even those of the extreme left — nothing can
    • everything would have turned out differently!” When one
    • only thing that can help us in the present is to speak the
    • remains nothing else but to take what can be drawn out of the
    • their minds. Back of this, we must have something that was
    • number of things which pretend to be
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • thinks mainly of nothing but living on after death, the
    • something for which they thirst, the opposite of which they
    • prior to birth or conception, for it actually has nothing to
    • Things have gone so far that we do not even have the means in
    • that makes you capable of thinking something through to its
    • continuation of a spiritual life. Everything that we bear in
    • among the especially important things effective there. One of
    • thinks: How do I teach this dumb child something of the idea
    • Certainly, one can think up something like that and teach a
    • however, one only observes these things outwardly. When
    • things on the soul level in the way it can be done through
    • year. After that it has nothing more to do with the body; it
    • age seven. You are looking at the same thing. Through birth,
    • matter was, and yet could not know anything, for example, of
    • science, when something of what I tried to show in the course
    • harmony with the things and events of the external world.
    • experience it as an outer revelation of something taking
    • comprehends this can things improve; they will only get worse
    • such ideals if earth turns again into nothing but a heap of
    • replaced by a different nature. Of everything that is present
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