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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • many friends who are here in Dornach for the first time. They
    • nonsensical custom of our time that one attempts to express
    • is a characteristic of our times, as I have often pointed
    • lectures for some time that today the anthroposophic
    • of our time. Then, however, the comprehension of what
    • is sometimes — nay, often — called mysticism
    • characterized, while, at the same time, the Jesuits in Europe
    • American publication written at the same time Catholic
    • sometimes the wind blows from the Roman Catholic corner,
    • sometimes from the American side! It just shows you how
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • leader. In former times, even if a human leader was
    • long time. What really matters, however, is that we pay heed
    • this; he is just thinking-matter. Today, the time has come to
    • favorite pastime of our age of abstraction. Spiritual science
    • have a hard time comprehending the difference between mere
    • of this age, which is a time of hard trials for mankind. For
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • hearing, smell, taste and touch. In more recent times, even
    • makes us appear to be independent of time. I do not leave
    • sentimental prejudice. Some aspiring mystics will certainly
    • for sentimentality in an actual observation of the world from
    • the spiritual standpoint. I have mentioned it many times. If
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • terribly grave time presently faced by European civilization
    • perception of what is in keeping with the times.
    • movement. I have often mentioned this. The present time makes
    • the one hand, the time is ripe and, on the other, urgently
    • of ancient times, if only the latter is correctly understood.
    • continuation from former times, some of them being quite
    • possibly teach in a timely sense applicable to our age what
    • those still so near our time, the Greek mysteries. After all,
    • time, this call for freedom resounds through all human
    • time with new impressions, only then are the true forms of
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • far as some of you are concerned. At the same time, this can
    • particularly in ancient Egyptian and Chaldean times, not to
    • comprehension of healthy and unhealthy opinions in our time;
    • times. It is the German version of American pragmatism, which
    • prehistoric times; how he will change again in the far-off
    • in the wrong direction. Today, in a relatively short time,
    • being of the present time, and without understanding him in
    • hears nothing and ponders what time it is, trying to figure
    • one's surroundings if one wishes to form an idea of what time
    • by himself what time it is. Recent events have demonstrated
    • another. Just as we read time from the clocks, so, from the
    • through associations, but consciously this time by uniting
    • human life. What is necessary for our time is to build a
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • Bear in mind that from the time man falls asleep until he
    • base it solely on time, thinking of it as a world of time.
    • less a spiritual science. Particularly in our time it is
    • spiritual world in terms of time within certain limits,
    • by time, in that at a certain moment in time we are
    • graphic image. It is indeed the tendency of our time to
    • life-filled comprehension of reality, but at the same time a
    • who, for a long time, was a correspondent for
    • stage, and because it was a time of social involvement
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VII: Trends of Souls in People of the East, West, and Middle of Europe
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    • sentiment, the conceptual form, expressed in a newspaper from
    • coined by a man a century ago out of the innermost sentiments
    • characteristic of all public life in our time, the world
    • feeling in the East only by going back into earlier times and
    • into the time before birth. On the other hand, the East
    • religious zeal as was the spiritual world in former times. In
    • minds of more recent times, in the economist Adam Smith, for
    • been brought about in recent times by the unfortunate
    • the West have for some time been breathing this
    • times, in the Grand Duchy of Baden, we experienced how a
    • most characteristic sign of the time is the belief that when
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • that the better Scholastic minds, in the present time, for
    • these letters what one could say at that time about people
    • People become most enthusiastic about the sentimentalities of
    • renewal, for the times are critical indeed.
    • time, we have to admit that any other relationship to the
    • character. At the same time, a will comes to expression here
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • the times have undergone since the birth of this individual
    • transposed the melancholic sentiments of ancient Greece into
    • modern times. In close relationship with these two, Hegel
    • conditions in Germany at that time brought an end to Hegel's
    • Switzerland and Frankfurt/Main — he spent some time as
    • — a time of which people today can scarcely form a
    • that at that time, from all around Jena, individuals in need
    • Central Europe came into inner soul existence at that time in
    • in a certain respect significant for the events of that time.
    • complexity in its development in the course of time, and one
    • time, in the second decade of the nineteenth century, mankind
    • It was just at the time of his move to northern Germany that
    • milieu. It was not yet the trend of that time, particularly
    • same light as must be done in regard to later times. Within
    • be necessary at this point in time — which is perhaps
    • continue to entertain the world with the timeworn slogans of
    • University of Jena at the time of his retirement. He
    • books, and at another time the return of a considerable
    • one of the better historians of earlier times. I did not
    • time. This will indeed happen, and modern civilization will
  • 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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    • time he falls asleep until he awakens, man participates in
    • region of the spirit to which he belongs from the time he
    • textually, trace their faith to earlier ages, to times when
    • experience the time between falling asleep and waking up.
    • Theosophical Society — such drops of fat sometimes did
    • yesterday: At the present time, there exist forces that are
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • though, actually, we move about in it all the time. This
    • West unless, while there is still time, not once again an
    • whole of statistics has no direct value. Try sometime to
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • — what must be discussed covers vast periods of time
    • ancient periods of time. Among the historically accessible
    • Orient too, ensued the times of obscuration of this spiritual
    • juridical. It is only in recent times that an actually
    • life, although in metamorphosed forms. Some time ago, I
    • its flowering time, the Oriental arrived at these
    • Western economic thinking. Here, for the first time, mankind
    • appeared in former times in instinctive or half instinctive
    • the same time the basic forces of the social life. The first
    • reiterated time and again that the intellect can only grasp
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • structural organization of the social order. At the same time
    • Thus, after a certain time, after a certain number of
    • undergone fundamental changes in the course of time and will
    • body. Ultimately, in distant future times, man's physical
    • associations have recently cropped up from time to time in
    • such as these which, at times, confront us quite emphatically
    • crude fellow can sometimes have quite delicate features. The
    • to repeat what I said some time ago (drawing). What you
    • externally, in the atmosphere, what once upon a time we set
    • cycle of metamorphosis. What at one time is a social system
    • nature at another, albeit distant, future time. With the help
    • order of nature of another time.
    • being takes along his astral body for a certain time. What is
    • our time that are really only masks. Many a person parading
    • our present time this is necessary!
    • good order. This has essentially vanished in our time; I have
  • 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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    • time, and a development of the intellectual soul in the
    • Greco-Latin time. Now humanity is on the point of lifting the
    • primeval Indian time, of the ancient Persian, the
    • Egypto-Chaldean and the Greco-Latin times, we are, in fact,
    • conditions in those ancient times. We lived in surroundings
    • different world view of the Orient which, once upon a time,
    • borne in times past as blossom and fruit through the body of
    • ourselves that the time is past when, after having worked
    • a divine world order. Those times are over; that is
    • Oriental of primeval times could never have grasped what is
    • time. Then it will be a reality; then it will not become a
    • matter. The ideals that live within us for the time being
    • were once accepted in former times, not until then will
    • 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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    • causes for what takes place at any time in the historical
    • is that in the present moment of time, humanity's condition
    • the gods will help. In the present time, the gods do not
    • and much that a short time ago was not yet left to mankind is
    • impulses of former times, which in turn are intended to
    • of the stars was read in the same way we read the time of day
    • more of the same, others sleeping away their time in some
    • only a transformation of what originated a long time ago in
    • times, something that was basically a science of the heavens
    • imperial Roman time, juristic thinking was developing out of
    • in those times, then even this would still have a fructifying
    • Asia. Once upon a time, so I told you, conditions in Asia
    • time inwardly beheld the sacred Brahman when the eye was
    • ten days will suffice for this excursion. Of this time, four
    • throughout the time of the war psychosis, stirred up by hate
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • time when name-giving such as is customary today did not
    • something is represented that in future time will have to
    • the stormy character of our times — in which the souls
    • the time is beginning when man has to feel: Within me there
    • prosaic attitude of the present time is one of its
    • one, how many people have come to me in the course of time
    • case that I have already mentioned a number of times.
    • talked about it for some time, “Yes, we modern
    • insight into the whole character of our time, however, will
    • which people meet them. In recent times, the need has arisen
    • materialistically, but at the same time he tries to think
    • Philosophers of recent times have set up any number of
  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • relatively long period of time, I am able to speak to you
    • long absence and the nature of the time in which we find
    • ourselves. The relationship between the events of the times
    • been printed. The words I uttered at the time indicated that
    • people at that time took this statement, which I made out of
    • mood. At that time, the majority of people the world over
    • Reichstag a short time after, who said that the relationships
    • wartime has not been understood. With the year 1914, a time
    • (Thoughts During the Time of War).
    • At that time I
    • to be rendered today as well as in all future time: to foster
    • after 1918, the time had come when a quite different
    • the time came when it
    • at that time what was at stake, had it not failed even under
    • necessity of the times, quite part from the intentions of the
    • of the meetings held at that time, said to me, “You
    • activity during recent times to southern Germany and
    • Switzerland. Truly, I am longing for times when the horizon
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • carefully and notice how, during the time when the teeth
    • world, especially in the time between the change of teeth and
    • here, one finds that during this time the human being
    • our astral body and ego we enter a spiritual world every time
    • in future times. It was therefore out of a profound intuitive
    • time regarding life. Where the attitude of falsehood
    • extensively in the course of time because men did not try to
    • Middle Ages and right into our time, one spoke only of
    • who taught philosophy for a long time in Halle.
    • but it was still noticeable in more ancient Greek times by
    • according to truth. In those times one did not say of a

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