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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • before his soul the whole way in which the Greeks worked. He says: “I
    • suspect that the Greeks proceeded according to those laws by which
    • his mind when, in Italy, he re-wrote Iphigenia in Greek metre,
    • the attitude of the Greeks to Nature, to the World, to Man.
    • because he had gained something else from his intimacy with Greek
    • how all that unfolded in Greek culture since the age of Pythagoras
    • Greek culture as still remain extant, if we imagine that the Greeks
    • word. The Greeks made no sharp distinction between concept or idea,
    • eighteen are engaged in absorbing Latin and Greek — dead
    • languages. Can you imagine a young Greek being expected to learn the
    • absolutely unthinkable! The Greek not only lived in his speech with
    • the word. The word lived in the soul of the Greek as an inward,
    • as miracle by the Greeks. Many of the experiments we explain to-day
    • The Greek did not enter into what we call ‘inorganic Nature’
    • To live in the word as the Greeks lived in the word meant that
    • the Greek attitude to the word and the comprehension of growth, of
    • And now, by way of contrast, look at the Greek cosmogonies. One feels
    • the Greeks construct a world-system from observation of all that is
    • viewing the world has developed out of the Greek way of looking at
    • the world. The Greeks formed a picture of the world by contemplating
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  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • configuration of Greek culture, Aristotle is not a Gnostic. The



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