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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • certain world view, a school in which anthroposophy would be
    • that teaches a specific world outlook. All efforts were
    • namely, a lack of qualified people. Today, the world has a
    • afflictions in the spiritual forces of the world. Today,
    • different world view expressed in customary terminology, but
    • concerning world views, one ideology is said to be right and
    • that of other world views. Spiritual science, if it really
    • the whole cosmic world context. I will explain this by using
    • a few definite examples. Today, when people look at the world
    • perceive the external material world. Should they become
    • others that are to be observed in the external world. Now,
    • aspect of the external world through their sense of touch and
    • comprises merely a world of phenomena, modified perhaps in
    • respect to the apparition of the rainbow, but a world of
    • there. One deals only with a world of phenomena.
    • In the external world, one deals only with a world of
    • appearances. An exponent of a current world outlook will
    • but whether one thinks of the external world in atomistic
    • for today's abstract world-view must be replaced by something
    • one who seeks atoms or molecules in the external world thinks
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • nature, having its reality in the spiritual world. It only
    • has its image here in the physical world, just as natural
    • examine this aspect in its context with the world. His
    • the higher worlds beyond the threshold, no abstractions
    • abstract programs can only exist in the physical world and
    • supersensory world (orange), all those adhering to a party
    • view link themselves with certain beings of the higher world.
    • What is merely an image in the physical world corresponds to
    • groupings around a being in the super-sensible world (red
    • unconsciously follow a being in the supersensory world whom
    • It becomes necessary to ascend into the higher worlds. We
    • higher world. In this case, it is fully justified that
    • super-sensible worlds, but the farther we go into ancient
    • regained of the link between man and the spiritual world and
    • out those beings in the spiritual world who participate in
    • the constitution and guidance of our world so that we can
    • the connection to the spiritual world regarding egotistic
    • opinions and the like, a connection with the higher worlds is
    • physical world is a replica of the world of soul and spirit,
    • wall. The physical world in all its activities and
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • our own inner being to the world outside, within which we
    • penetrate further into the external world than we can by
    • outside, adapted more for penetrating the outer world. When
    • world, we can say: Ego sense, sense of thinking, word sense,
    • are, however, effects of the external world upon us. Today, I
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment.
    • higher worlds is. We emerge out of ourselves. But what
    • world, seeing with our soul eyes, yet leaving the physical
    • through the eye in particular out into the spiritual world,
    • we come out into the soul-spiritual world and experience
    • spiritual outer world.
    • outer world as soon as we leave the body with our soul and
    • surrounding us is in fact the spiritual world. Man, however,
    • is in a sense forced out of the spiritual world. What is
    • of the sense world (red). If one emerges with one's soul and
    • spirit, one penetrates into the spiritual world (yellow)
    • sense world.
    • the world of imaginative, inspired and intuitive elements,
    • and as this world affects us, the impressions of it arise in
    • the objective soul-spiritual world. Through the senses, which
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • world events presently resembles that of an unusually
    • the world by what issues forth from Dornach, how certain
    • inform ourselves about the course of world affairs in what is
    • movement with general world affairs it is above all else our
    • relationship to the general course of contemporary world
    • present-day world events. What is to be advocated today must
    • world. It must be free in word and deed of any sectarian or
    • harmony with world events as far as possible, using all
    • I then represent before the world. If we wish to be active in
    • have the natural scientific world concept. It supposes that
    • the beginning of the earth's or the world's existence. From
    • picture than this theory of Kant-Laplace concerning world
    • natural scientific world-view is of a kind that leaves no
    • requires that a world conception be drawn from quite
    • sources that make it possible for a moral and religious world
    • assail the natural scientific world-view itself. They hear
    • world, belong in the Gospel, but not a teaching about Christ
    • world or the accomplishments of science; those who believe
    • circle of strangers by the rest of the world, are definitely
    • it is no longer in harmony with what the world currently
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • more materialistic or a more spiritualistic world conception,
    • political world outlook; he develops a philistine or a
    • molecules in the external world, for example, instead of
    • external world is not a “phenomenon” in Goethe's
    • the threshold, from the super-sensible world, into the sense
    • world and observe the growing child, you see how the human
    • being descended from the spiritual world and took hold of the
    • physical world. In an entirely different way you then see
    • world, is actively involved in shaping the human brain and
    • takes the world of phenomena to be a real, material world, or
    • particular world conception has taken hold of a number of
    • spiritual-scientific views, this world conception will become
    • exist. We can, however, say that we view the world with an
    • world “as if” there were molecules and atoms; it
    • is useful to us to view the world's course “as
    • world “as if” it were ruled by a God. This
    • spiritual worlds casts its shadows into this
    • world has changed in this regard in the last few years.
    • world was confronted with something like a description of
    • civilized world in bringing about the catastrophe, suffered
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • recently. We spoke about the external sense world in its
    • relation to the inner world of the human being and I pointed
    • sense world certainly must be understood as a world of
    • not to interpret correctly this view of the world of
    • surfaces concerning the fact that the outer sense world is a
    • world of phenomena, of appearances, not one even of merely
    • material realities. Then, however, behind this world of
    • for atoms and molecules, in short, for any world of physical
    • reality standing behind the world of phenomena, is just as if
    • external world is something quite unfounded, as spiritual
    • as the sense world is a world of phenomena, and we may not
    • senses in regard to the sense world. Just as we see the
    • accept the entire external world as it is, namely, in the
    • behind this world of phenomena? The material atoms are not
    • means that we admit that we do not live in a material world
    • human beings turn to the external world this drawing
    • have here the sense world and behind it the world of
    • inward, we have first of all the content of our world of
    • conceptions, our soul world. If we call the sense world the
    • world of sense phenomena, of sensory appearances, we have the
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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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    • between the world's population of the West and East. Today, I
    • in the civilized world really shows an essentially Western
    • world.
    • goes, “The external world is the substance of duty
    • this. When we look out into the world of mountains, clouds,
    • carry out my obligations in a world in which I would not be
    • world.
    • various regions of the world. There is, first of all, the
    • characteristic of all public life in our time, the world
    • look into what it is that the world of the East brings forth
    • of what permeated the East as a world conception and
    • the conceptual content of its soul world, the East was far
    • life here in the sense world as something that comes to man
    • body of flesh. It goes without saying that such a world
    • looking up into the supersensory world, which was brought
    • world. For even here on earth, man considers himself entirely
    • a creation of the spiritual world, indeed, as a being who, in
    • the world of the senses, is merely pursuing his super-sensible
    • utilized to foster the impulse for the supersensory world and
    • most materialistic view of the world and social life, it
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • nations and of human beings generally all over the world. I
    • from spiritual worlds, in which he has lived since his last
    • spiritual worlds prior to this earth life, that in a sense he
    • spiritual world.
    • different ways in different parts of the world.
    • world is. From the latter, we receive what then turns into
    • matter within us. We know that behind this outer sense world
    • materialistic, physical world-view finds nitrogen and oxygen
    • spiritual worlds into this physical body. Knowledge of
    • external material world is the substance of my duty become
    • Fichte says: “The external sense world has no existence
    • further; it does not enter into the spiritual worlds. In the
    • what exists in the external world; but anything that would
    • look beyond the outer world is suppressed. Thus we see that
    • world, namely, the life of rights, of the state, something
    • that is entirely of this world, makes up the greatness of the
    • external world as spirit but is unable to go beyond it. Yet,
    • propelled into the spiritual world. This is indeed
    • faculties are distributed over the world's various regions,
    • worlds. He must acquire here through his work and actions
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • attempts at working out his own ideas of a world view. He
    • from the dimmest impressions of the world to that mental
    • clarity in which the human being experiences the world of
    • ideas with such intensity that this ideal world itself appears
    • is something like a world tour of the spirit.
    • of a world outlook came to hear Fichte speak. One who reads
    • flowed as the power of spirit into the world; the more
    • heart — with those affairs of human life and the world
    • world concept. Following this, Hegel worked his way to a
    • maintained, however, by an overview of the general world
    • “idea,” hence the ideas of the world, then this
    • experienced, not in a vaguely defined unity of the world, not
    • world of ideas, this Hegel summed up in his
    • to the creation of the world. Yet, icy is the region in which
    • humanity and the world in general. One is induced to say that
    • profound questions dealing with world concepts. The decay of
    • one side in super-sensible worlds, but on the other side also
    • what is dead and to place it before the world in its ever
    • interest me.” But this conceptual world of Hegel's,
    • multiform and, above all, warmth-pervaded world of ours.
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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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    • threshold of the super-sensible world. One can say that the
    • sense world, by what produces the impressions made on our
    • The external sense world is spread out around us, and the
    • the threshold this outer world presents an appearance that
    • confming itself basically to viewing the world from this side
    • the main constitutes the content of the sensory world. From
    • material world lies behind it.
    • side of the threshold, no such world of substance is
    • certain region of the spiritual world lies behind the
    • with a world of spirit which is located behind this sensory
    • world.
    • of the spirit world with his ego and astral body. From the
    • spirit-nature world. One could also say that it is the world
    • of the external world, so, too, a barrier can be drawn
    • the outer world; it is found within the human skin. Again,
    • world purely from this side of the threshold.
    • earthly world is basically only an apparent unity. In fact,
    • woven, as it were, out of a kind of world in the middle.
    • to construe the tasks in this world by utilizing ideas other
    • means of viewing the world from beyond the threshold. There
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • beyond the threshold that lies between the world of the
    • senses and the super-sensible worlds, then man's being is
    • spiritual world behind the tapestry spread out about us
    • spiritual realm is a chilly, cold world. We are within this
    • spiritual world's intercourse with this domain by carrying
    • described in connection with the external world. It need not
    • forces that hold the world together. We find in ourselves the
    • world of the most diverse beings, those beings with whom the
    • intermediary between worlds of gods. One would like to put it
    • respect as the mediator between divine worlds. One wishes
    • that through him a world of centripetal forces and a world of
    • mediator between the higher and the lower worlds. Man must
    • activity of different worlds of gods or spirits. The ancient
    • the world conception that can come about through spiritual
    • man's responsibility in regard to the world; it appeals
    • civilized world, the social order has partly disintegrated
    • sense his link with the cosmos will realize that world
    • Saturn evolution as the cold, frosty world that has developed
    • senses is, as it were, the oldest of worlds. We enter it
    • world bestows an us everything connected with our senses.
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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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    • world expects an uncomplicated, facile approach towards
    • throughout the civilized world.
    • the Oriental world conception as descending from a spiritual
    • world into the physical realm, noting how the karmic
    • the Vatican, in the Sistine Chapel, where the World Judge,
    • This is the Oriental world view translated into Occidental
    • legalism; this is in no way the original Eastern world
    • different world from the one which we also inhabit. And the
    • experiences the external world, after all, by experiencing it
    • whole world puerile, for it is the child that still retains
    • body through the plant world, and with the ego through the
    • of the mineral world man attains to his cultural life; that
    • him and owing to his kinship with the surrounding plant world
    • Modern comprehension of the world, however, is limited to
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • tendency to confront the animal world in a certain way,
    • tension and urge in regard to the animal world, of wishing to
    • animal world, but his etheric body displays a quite decided
    • kinship with that world.
    • relationship to the plant world. When the astral body faces
    • body, we are related to the plant world.
    • Etheric Body:    Animal World
    • World
    •    Mineral World
    • in regard to our ego we are related to the mineral world.
    • with the mineral world. We form the content of our
    • mineral world that we are unable through our scientific
    • efforts to advance to an apprehension of the plant world, let
    • alone the animal world. We are unable to lay hold of the
    • world, initiation, of course, offers the possibility of
    • regard to the plant world, or in the etheric body regarding
    • the animal world.
    • him grounded with his etheric body in the animal world, with
    • his astral body in the plant world, with his ego in the
    • mineral world. He does, however, transform these existing
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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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    • that until this world-historical hour the evolution of
    • different world view of the Orient which, once upon a time,
    • appears in the role of World Judge, a cosmic jurist, deciding
    • between good and evil human beings. The world concept had
    • become juristic. This was not so in the Oriental world
    • the world permeating all European circles, is the result of
    • purpose of creating science. Yet the whole world has imitated
    • Western world. Thus, what evolves through the human being is
    • a divine world order. Those times are over; that is
    • world, and who does not wish the spark of life to enter the
    • body that otherwise would come into the world dead. This is
    • to the outer world. In the economic sphere we need not yet
    • astral body, and ego. We leave the world again with the
    • world. We fashion the world order out of ourselves. Why
    • what must come to pass. Man must indeed become a world
    • all the philosophical talk about the reality of the world? We
    • should inform ourselves about the reality of the world by
    • fashion the world so that it will be real. This must not live
    • who looked back at the way and means the world developed and
    • world had become through the old gods; he did not look to the
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • survey of what takes place in the civilized world today, of
    • physical world has its source in the spiritual world. The
    • development of mankind also lie in the spiritual world.
    • the whole world context; by adopting an absolute standpoint
    • illusions of life — and in the merely physical world
    • existed social institutions in the outer world as well. These
    • of this world do not allow themselves to be arranged
    • Let us consider something that is now prevalent in the world,
    • are taking place in the world, one behaves as one has always
    • the higher-world outlook of the Occident has been permeated
    • Oriental conceptions concerning the spiritual world.
    • the spiritual world was connected with the fact that in the
    • visible magic tricks. This is, after all, the course of world
    • subsequently dominated the world. In the ages that followed,
    • the sublunar world, is guided by the Intelligences of the
    • pictured the world as permeated with spirit. If people would
    • effect for a spiritualization of the present world-view. The
    • world.
    • that one has a spiritual view of the world if one does not
    • to say, “Oh, that is the external material world! We
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • spiritual world to earthly incarnation through birth or
    • world, at least in the form of effects, what we have
    • experienced in this spiritual world. When we move in ordinary
    • manner, one brings along into this world through conception
    • undergone in the spiritual world. In the period that mankind
    • bring along for themselves images from the spiritual world.
    • the spiritual world. They seek to come to the surface. The
    • the courage to admit to themselves: “If the world is in
    • understand the spiritual world when we know that what appears
    • in the physical world in the form of dreams, or what clothes
    • itself in images from the spiritual world in such a manner
    • that it resembles the physical world, is only an image. As
    • with the spiritual world. Naturally, in regard to external
    • grasped from the spiritual world; hence, that we also imbue
    • with something that in this physical world cannot be
    • comprehended in terms of the physical world. The whole past
    • gained here in the sensory world.
    • spiritual world. Those who were intellectual, who did not
    • reckon with what flows out of the spiritual world, made
    • world in an atomistic sense; meaning, the materialistic
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  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • mood. At that time, the majority of people the world over
    • spoke of the spiritual world had to speak of a sickness, of a
    • the most defamed matters in the world. Nevertheless, it can
    • had to be shown to the world when the catastrophe fell upon
    • World” which I wrote then. What was connected with this
    • Civilized World.” Certainly, the fostering of the
    • birth and death and points beyond the merely sensory world
    • into the supersensory world. Now one had to wait and see
    • world through the Threefold Social Organism was only a kind
    • Central Europe into the wide world, in particular towards the
    • facing worldwide tasks! Today, we cannot face spiritual
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • speak of the human soul's sojourn in spiritual worlds before
    • was above in soul-spiritual worlds. There, it had experiences
    • physical world owing to our body. In our Western
    • the spiritual worlds. Penetration into the spiritual worlds
    • still adhere to a religious world concept, or to some kind of
    • rational philosophical world view, we speak of the
    • spiritual worlds and has embodied himself in a physical body.
    • the divine spiritual world; you know that this life here is a
    • manner in which one places oneself in the world in awareness
    • eternal spiritual world into this physical world. The
    • descended to him out of spiritual worlds, is the basis of the
    • super-sensible perception, and it flies into spiritual worlds.
    • of matter, while the materialist confronts the whole world
    • world, especially in the time between the change of teeth and
    • puberty; we grasp more and more of this outer world; our will
    • harmony with the things and events of the external world.
    • through contact with the outer world. It was out of deep
    • formed in the stream of the world, in the exchange between
    • world; the inner being has to react; it has to resist what
    • comes from the outer world. This will developing element,
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