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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • Philosophisch-Anthroposophischer Verlag, Dornach,
    • Philosophisch-Anthroposophischer Verlag, Dornach,
    • All rights reserved by the Philosophisch-Anthroposophischer Verlag,
    • Ratsel der Philosophie
    • Vedanta philosophy. Moreover we know that this age, too, was preceded
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • which may still be found in the pre-Socratic philosophers and which
    • conceptual matters, the Christian philosophers have reached the very
    • the modern philosophers because they have taken up within them the
    • epoch to the other, and that the Christian development of philosophy
    • is not so stupid as the philosophical establishment of the
    • so far back, philosophy has, after all, always developed out of a
    • things. Philosophical thought has arisen altogether out of
    • which were dealt with in philosophy always had a super-sensible
    • natural science were substantial. The philosophical development
    • were grasped philosophically. It is interesting to see that the most
    • penetrative philosophy of the second half of the nineteenth century
    • conscious. Eduard von Hartmann's philosophy was discarded by the
    • philosophy. The more the nineteenth century drew towards its
    • close, the more we watch the strange spectacle of a philosophy which
    • philosophers, such as Otto Liebmann, strive, above all, to
    • justify the existence of philosophy.
    • relationship between a philosopher of Otto Liebmann's stamp, who
    • still tries to justify the existence of philosophy, and a philosopher
    • such as Richard Wahle, who wrote the book, “Philosophy as
    • the task of demonstrating that philosophy cannot exist, and thereupon
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  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • world, a philosophy had finally been reached, which saw its chief
    • philosophical statements, at least in regard to some distant
    • philosophers and those who had become their pupils in popularizing
    • the philosophical world had to define its attitude towards, let us
    • the banquet, Eucken, the philosopher, held a speech. He revealed (one
    • or the man, Haeckel. The philosopher spoke of Haeckel's untidy
    • was what philosophy could bring forward at that time! This was
    • most characteristic ... for even otherwise, philosophy could not say
    • able to give something. Philosophy really had nothing more to
    • time. We should not think that philosophy has anything to say in
    • philosophical systems, such as those of Avenarius or Mach, are
    • to describe their epoch, you may read that the philosophy of
    • Avenarius and of Mach has become the philosophy of the Bolshevik
    • will, can anyone extract out of the philosophy of Avenarius or
    • investigations of John Stuart Mill, or philosophical structures
    • always, at the same time, a philosopher. It is almost impossible to
    • think that a doctor should not have been a philosopher as well, and a
    • philosopher a doctor, or that a priest should not have been all three
    • philosopher and a doctor, also felt that as a healer he was connected
  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • philosophy or from Machsher Avenarius's philosophy; but plain
    • the human doctor should just as much be a philosopher of the
    • thorough philosophical depth and life than Einstein, he
    • These young people, doctors, theologians, philologists,
    • religious-philosophic teachings, as Steiner is, to some extent
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • sense of touch. And our philosophy has for some time been wont to base
    • hearing. And there are philosophical treatises which speak in a purely
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • often told you that to-day, when philosophers speak of the distinction
    • modern philosophy developed out of Scholasticism, people thought that
    • place in modern times about the Aristotelian philosophy knows that
    • see this already in Philo. And one can see abstractions in the ideas
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • him there was nothing but the philosophy of Herbart. He said that, as

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