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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • explains to him his way of thinking, how he sees man's
    • spiritualist answers, “You think incorrectly. I can
    • prouder still, think of them as mathematical fiction.
    • important, however, is not whether one thinks of them as
    • but whether one thinks of the external world in atomistic
    • however, it is not merely wrong to think atomistically. The
    • one who seeks atoms or molecules in the external world thinks
    • in the wrong way; we must consider this manner of thinking an
    • unhealthy, sick thinking. We must replace the merely logical
    • — which expresses itself in atomistic thinking. This
    • feeblemindedness to think atomistically; in other words, it
    • in man's whole physical, soul and spiritual being. To think
    • atomistically is to think unhealthily, not merely
    • human organism when we think atomistically. This is one thing
    • feeblemindedness through atomistic thinking concerning the
    • a certain manner of thinking, feeling and willing for human
    • ethically good person. He can do, think or feel only that
    • The Jesuits, for instance, they know. Do not think that the
    • abstractions or merely of what one may think, but that we
    • thinks today! That, however, is also how people think in
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • an old superstition. Those, however, who think differently
    • held that what dwells as thinking, feeling, and willing in
    • modern science offers thinks only with the brain; he is
    • merely matter that thinks. No objection can be made about
    • this; he is just thinking-matter. Today, the time has come to
    • transcend the state of being merely thinking-matter. One can
    • accomplish this by thinking thoughts that have not been
    • they are called upon to think these thoughts they have to
    • thinking, but they wish to think these thoughts with their
    • brain. Yet, with the brain, one can only think the external
    • think about atoms and molecules quite well with this brain in
    • this brain, however, it is not possible to think the thoughts
    • one can think those thoughts and no longer finds them absurd
    • element. People were content to think merely with the
    • physical thinking. They sank deeper and deeper into the
    • America had turned into physical thinkers.
    • began to think a little, unaware of the fact that behind
    • their own thinking was something that should have given them
    • — wrong; it is the brain that thinks! Indeed, it was
    • only brains that were thinking; materialism was quite
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • world, we can say: Ego sense, sense of thinking, word sense,
    • the body through the sense of thinking, we penetrate into the
    • and the sense of thinking but only as impressions of
    • completely unconscious, just think how little we actually
    • the fact that although he has a brilliant mind, he can think
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • a little thinking, researching one or the other subject which
    • knowing much about it, but nevertheless thinking along these
    • a sense with the natural scientific mode of thinking. On the
    • they are imprinted into humanity's whole thinking, attitude
    • to have fallen victim to such pathological thinking. As I
    • cannot progress. Those who think that it is unnecessary to be
    • our thinking and our conceptual capability. When we reflect
    • thinking, and permeate these with what we call our religious,
    • world view for the honest thinker.
    • what is frequently called thinking, feeling and willing today
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • considered to have pathological opinions. People will think
    • means of thinking. One has to clearly understand that some of
    • this out by thinking about it. One must be in harmony with
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • base it solely on time, thinking of it as a world of time.
    • proud and arrogant regarding its thinking, yet it can
    • actually think only of what is spatial, holding any and every
    • to overcome space within our thinking. Otherwise we will
    • doesn't come anywhere near the etheric body by just thinking
    • have to make every effort to think about the spiritual in a
    • think about the external sense world. We do not comprehend
    • spiritual science if we think about the spiritual in a
    • different way than we think about the sense realm. We think
    • of the latter in terms of space. We can think about the
    • because we have to think of ourselves within this spiritual
    • spiritual, only by transforming our thinking to what is
    • general thinking of natural science. We can no longer develop
    • of thinking that humanity has become accustomed to owing to
    • because it is impossible to think realistically about the
    • become possible again to think of the social life in the
    • that she was so perplexed she did not think of telling him
    • any demands on people's thinking. It is precisely here that
    • circles know life just from newspapers. Think of all that we
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VII: Trends of Souls in People of the East, West, and Middle of Europe
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    • humanity. In an age of abstract thinking and mere
    • differences in the mode of thinking, and so on, you will also
    • why nobody even thinks of characterizing in a deep and
    • Europe, in the East, people imagine that they are thinking
    • think in accordance with what they have adopted from the
    • that in our thinking we continue life after death, but not
    • thinking. The West will have to experience that something it
    • It is a form of thinking
    • thinking brings about what I have often described as the
    • spirit. Just think, where must this finally lead? It must
    • studies how this manner of thinking has pervaded and lives in
    • for economic thinking; and one day, when the economic life of
    • made the mistake of applying their form of thinking to
    • thinking is in order when we train ourselves by means of it
    • arrives at economic thinking in the West. For both directions
    • view of life is concerned, this Western thinking then does
    • particular thinking of Mill, Buckle, and Adam Smith
    • originates. We find that Oriental thinking has basically
    • a thinking, a feeling, which gives the impression that, out
    • the West, people think with something that only becomes
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • that it starts with what the human being thinks of as
    • think; they know how to live in thoughts. In a certain other
    • science, popular books, or journalism. There, all thinking
    • example, think in more precise concepts than do our
    • thinking which can then be utilized in the economic part of
    • kind of thinking which stems completely from the
    • he had used this same thinking to set up factories and social
    • thinking, trained by natural science and the
    • form of thinking which should be applied neither to
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • thinking, but in such a manner that one sees how these
    • One need only think of this mystical experience that became an
    • liberation, without which we will not achieve pure thinking.
    • element dwelling in man, but can rise into human thinking.
    • actually has to be saved for human thinking. On the other
    • himself on Hegel, taking up Hegel's thinking, but is gripped
    • found that it is the economic thinking that flourishes
    • particularly in the West; in the East, spiritual thinking
  • 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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    • think up concerning the human being. Nowadays matters have
    • purpose does it serve? Just think, this spirit region is the
    • fmd the bridge to a certain form of social thinking.
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • of the present and of the immediate future. Think how this
    • learn to think of himself as a being that belongs to the
    • and from there into our physical brain, into which we think.
    • Inasmuch as we go through the world as thinking beings, we
    • they are destructive. We could not think if we did not have
    • Modern people believe that they think only with the head.
    • This is nonsense; man thinks, feels and wills not only with
    • take place? Well, social thinking is different from thinking
    • out of the spirit. In the case of spiritual thinking,
    • In the case of social thinking, one can, for instance, figure
    • spheres of thinking and forming judgments. One has to
    • arrangements, than when one thinks as an individual human
    • thinking of the West, statistics play a major role. Yet, the
    • thinking during this catastrophic, world-historical moment
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • thinking developed throughout the central regions of the
    • Orient originally possessed no actual political thinking,
    • particularly not what we today define as juridical thinking.
    • from the mode of thinking defined in the Occident as
    • economic form of thinking has developed in the West. As I
    • tinged by legalistic thinking. There is a radical contrast
    • conception. This legalistic thinking lies entirely outside
    • predisposed for the juridical and political thinking.
    • to examine how a purely juridical thinking is produced from
    • partly a fully conscious thinking; something that is, for
    • example, the special charm of Hegel's mode of thinking. A
    • Western economic thinking. Here, for the first time, mankind
    • humanity's thinking by becoming acquainted with the attempts
    • of the English thinkers to arrive at a mode of social
    • thinking, say, the attempts of Spencer, Bentham, particularly
    • Huxley, and so on. These thinkers are indeed all rooted in
    • they all really think as Darwin thought, except that they
    • scientific way of thinking. A strange feeling pervades us
    • thinking, for instance, about the state, about the legal
    • thinking. He would experience something like the following.
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • Just think,
    • and think: It is not necessary really to offer this or that
  • 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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    • Just think how
    • added what results from economic thinking. Bacon was one who
    • this Western economic thinking which, as I have indicated,
    • their thinking to bring order into economic relationships,
    • when employing their particular kind of thinking for the
    • Later, legalistic, political thinking began in Greece and
    • at first, by way of Greek thinking, and then quite strongly
    • by way of Latin thinking. Thus we must say that our entire
    • himself as mere intellect within the economic thinking of the
    • thinking habits of the present it is not an easy task to
    • thinking, feeling and will. There is only one social reform:
    • modern thinking with the same ardor with which world outlooks
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • imperial Roman time, juristic thinking was developing out of
    • produce thinking. We know that this is not so. Those
    • the liver or the stomach would cause no thinking at all. Up
    • thinking. If you wish to focus on those brain processes that
    • have something to do with thinking, and you wish to compare
    • incapable of elimination, we would be unable to think. If our
    • quite dir dreams. We arrive at clear thinking precisely
    • Thinking only functions parallel to processes of elimination.
    • useless to it that thinking establishes itself out of the
    • thinking that has developed especially since the middle of
    • the fifteenth century, the thinking of which modern man is so
    • scientific thinking of the past few centuries has emerged
    • thinking processes. Do not think that what we develop without
    • processes employed are thinking processes! If you try to
    • destructive, just as thinking processes in the brain cause
    • destruction — exactly the same thing. Thinking, applied
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • himself we would not think that he is a smith. This shows
    • become used to this way of thinking; based an spiritual
    • manner of thinking. No attempt is made to find one's way into
    • the transformed new way of thinking.
    • thinking and conceptions comes about for no other reason than
    • language. Because of their easy-going habits of thinking,
    • is the same as not thinking of a miller who grinds corn when
    • from the earthly manner of thinking, and will draw us with
    • Golgotha into the central point of human thinking and
    • manner of thinking is carried into the spiritual world.
    • theosophist also does not think in any other way than
    • materialistically, but at the same time he tries to think
    • thinner. Then come degrees of thinness, where even thinking
    • ways of thinking. Out of such considerations, anybody who
    • is the reason why anthroposophical cultural thinking must lie
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • thinks mainly of nothing but living on after death, the
    • “immortality.” Now, however, when you think of an
    • that makes you capable of thinking something through to its
    • of course, the usual way of thinking is that the teacher is
    • thinks: How do I teach this dumb child something of the idea
    • Certainly, one can think up something like that and teach a

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