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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • Their golden urns reciprocally lending,”
    • The Greek did not enter into what we call ‘inorganic Nature’
    • out scientifically. In short, the period when men lived in the word
    • pre-historic or practically pre-historic times, before speech assumed
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • those six centuries. External documents (I have already called
    • Albertus Magnus and Thomas Aquinas had dogmatically preserved truths
    • permeate the human soul. The habit of calling attention to the
    • were grasped philosophically. It is interesting to see that the most
    • calls attention to the unconscious, and no longer to the
    • wish to grasp it historically, is: To what extent was it justified?
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • so-called refutations. Let us simply observe the fact that, on the
    • call it, Haeckelism. The whole problem may be considered, as it were,
    • salary, but they had the right to call themselves professors) spoke
    • comes to the fore symptomatically, we may gather that materialism
    • adhere to what has been handed down dogmatically; but the manner in
    • earth in which the so-called civilisation has unfolded. We may
    • see, I must continually call attention to the difference between
    • of Mach the ethics of the Bolsheviks, if we may call them
    • different from an abstract logic. What may be deduced logically, need
    • mind whether or not a conception may be logically proved, for, in
    • is, however, connected with the whole earth. What we generally call
    • apply them technically. No, in every true world-conception there
  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • which its soul is intrinsically within the state of falling
    • schematically say: we have our metabolic system but this plays
    • our school subjects are presented materialistically
    • regarded as completely inhuman. After that, basically only in
    • specifically human. Thus they avenged themselves by claiming
    • time when even materialistically orientated minds considered
    • with — because what would be required? It would call for
    • few scientifically educated people, even with a scientific
    • Anthroposophically orientated spiritual science, which comes to
    • being made to introduce Anthroposophically orientated spiritual
    • basically become nothing other than psycho-pathology. This is a
    • ethically high-standing personality with glowing scientific and
    • expected from by modern science towards anthroposophically
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • what I have already said recently, I should like to begin by calling
    • relationship, so that we can call them all senses, we get the twelve
    • of course radically different from the sense of sight or the sense of
    • and inner, are specifically outer senses (see
    • yourself. If you drink an acid, and thus call into play your sense of
    • between what they call natural law and what they call morality, acts
    • to the specifically inner senses. For, you see, what the sense of
    • must recall something I said here a few weeks ago. [* Lecture V of
    • quite objective processes, for physically speaking it is a matter of
    • specifically external; it is they which have the task of assimilating
    • us that what we usually call soul-life is bound up with what we may
    • call the higher senses. If we want to encompass the content of what we
    • call soul-life, we can scarcely go further than from the ego-sense to
    • the sense of warmth and the sense of sight, you have practically the
    • whole range of what we call soul-life. Something of the
    • characteristics of the specifically outer senses still enters a little
    • If we want to show this diagrammatically, we should have to show it
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • cleft between what is called moral necessity and what is called
    • You have only to recall how often reference is made to-day to the
    • called sight in scientific circles is really only a somewhat
    • midst of which we are now living, must be called the essence of
    • that are committed in so-called authoritative circles. To-day it is
    • You see how systematically ordered the dogmatic structure is. Its
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • it more or less naively and uncritically — I mean the capacity
    • organised. I have often called attention to the fact that the brain is
    • fantastically imagined as going from idea to idea, entirely without
    • will, automatically, all kinds of formations woven by the soul between
    • the period between death and new birth to call into existence this
    • plastically, pictorially, in the head. But there we are in the realm
    • being is practically all head; the rest is added. When the child is
    • the second teeth. The first teeth, the so-called milk teeth, are
    • demonstrate this anatomically and physiologically when suitable
    • call material and what in later life, from seven to eight years of age
    • such bridge, people make a distinction between what they call real
    • Theoretically, of course, one can admit such a necessity and at the



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