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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • early life — how as a boy of seven he built an altar by taking
    • as he says later — for at seven years he would not, of course,
    • We shall never understand Goethe unless we bear in mind the
    • Faust which he had written earlier. After that journey he
    • Spirit of the Earth art nearer to me.” After the year 1790
    • to work again upon his drama, the Spirit of the Earth is no longer
    • ‘nearer’ to him; he then describes the macrocosm, in the
    • he does not inwardly say: “Thou Spirit of the Earth art
    • nearer,” but he says: Not until I rise above the earthly
    • Earth can I understand Man. — And many other passages can be
    • written in the year 1790, on the Metamorphosis of the Plants
    • on the basis of what we have learnt by measuring, counting and
    • search for objectivity than he is to-day. We can see quite clearly
    • We can have no clear idea of what this really means unless we
    • We men of modern times must learn to make a clear distinction between
    • languages. Can you imagine a young Greek being expected to learn the
    • example, taught to nearly every child to-day would have been regarded
    • beginning and an ending of a mineral Earth to-day and build up our
    • the entropy of the Earth. All these things are abstractions, derived
    • would have been about you from early youth. — I am not quoting
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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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    • Let us once more bear
    • intellectualism, as such, has made its first appearance in the course
    • years prior to the Mystery of Golgotha, and then it has gradually
    • intellect (in Plato, this was not evident as yet) and who clearly
    • fourth century of our era. Particularly a man like Augustine clearly
    • followed the first four hundred years after the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • really learn a great deal in this connection, if they would train
    • altogether disappeared, particularly in regard to their inner
    • scholastics it was a conceptual form with clearly defined outlines,
    • could be learnt if we would once more become acquainted with what has
    • descriptions appear to us?
    • spheres of knowledge slowly begin to appear from the fifteenth
    • world which appears to the external observation through the senses.
    • We should clearly
    • gradually disappeared completely, and what lies before us in the
    • super-sensible contents gradually pales and disappears. Also this
    • book was published in 1855, when a clearly defined Darwinism did not
    • as yet exist, for Darwin's first epoch-making book only appeared in
    • year 1858 was very trenchant in the more recent spiritual evolution.
    • Darwin's “Origin of the Species” appeared at that
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  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • nineteenth and early twentieth century have become great. It was
    • decade of the nineteenth century and in the early twentieth century.
    • peculiar phenomenon then appeared in the history of civilisation;
    • from an aesthetic standpoint. We can bear in mind the monumental
    • Haeckel could be clearly distinguished from the others, but the
    • younger men (nearly all of them were unsalaried lecturers, but in
    • we bear in mind this phenomenon and its connection with the
    • fear and tremble for the future of humanity. I have described this to
    • and then ... when the earth shall have continued for a while in this
    • the earth.
    • might say: These impulses of feeling appear in the most
    • say should be borne in mind very clearly.
    • bear within them unconsciously. But within the metabolic part of man,
    • has appeared in the world-historical events, and this is now
    • seized the instincts, this now appears in the world-historical
    • earth in which the so-called civilisation has unfolded. We may
    • the East and asserting itself over a great part of the earth. This is
    • reproach, if we bear in mind the moral conceptions of the nineteenth
    • have, for instance, heard Avenarius at Zurich, or Mach's pupil,
    • can, of course appear to the head as altogether clean, bourgeois
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  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • to research how the combination of important fundamental forces
    • clear outcome.
    • teeth around the seventh year of life. The change of teeth
    • the case up to the seventh year. From the moment the stage of
    • state of metamorphosis. What appears with the pushing out of
    • the human body already. When they appear as if freed out of the
    • body then the appearance is by contrast more like a soul force.
    • We discover by researching this appearance, that up to the
    • seventh year a soul force is active within the human being and
    • the first seven years of the human organism. We gradually see
    • seven years of life and how from this moment onwards reappear
    • during the first seven years of life.
    • his seventh year is in a state of sleep — a state in
    • appears, as we know, as having a spiritual reality as
    • his seventh year and its sleep after turning seven. We can see
    • a struggle between growing forces and those forces which appear
    • appears essentially in the respiratory process. What now
    • appears in the breathing process could not essentially appear
    • processes. The first meaningful process appearing as a result
    • about the ninth and the tenth year in the life of every child,
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • and the sense of hearing. Then follow the middle four senses related to
    • organs exist, such as the organs of sight, of hearing, and so on. This
    • sight. At the same time we must be quite clear that this ego-sense is
    • them is something quite different from hearing mere tone, mere sound.
    • the word-sense than it is to relate the ear to the sense of sound,
    • Within the range of the senses, the sense of hearing, for example, is
    • taste. And having come to a clear conception of the sense of hearing
    • get twelve senses, clearly distinguishable one from another. On
    • earlier occasions I have enumerated them as follows: First, the
    • sense of hearing, the fifth the sense of warmth, the sixth the sense
    • clearly defined realm of sight, so there is a clearly defined realm
    • can be clearly distinguished one from another, and at the same time we
    • of hearing. You will unhesitatingly recognise that when we perceive
    • another. As regards the sense of hearing it is not quite so obvious;
    • Customary thinking overlooks the fact that hearing, since its physical
    • And you have only to consider how very external our sense of hearing
    • sense of hearing and the sense of sight. In the case of the sense of
    • eyes; we do not shut our ears. Such seemingly simple, trivial facts
    • not obliged to close our ears, because the ear lives in the outer
    • inwards than is the sense of hearing — I am not talking about the
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • and the sense of hearing. Then follow the middle four senses related to
    • the sense of thought, the word-sense, the sense of hearing, the sense
    • But at all events, if we are quite clear about this distinction
    • important problem of the present and of the near future, the problem
    • recognise the task of the times, is quite clear that there is a deep
    • little of what was accepted in the early Middle Ages, right back to
    • spirituality. For he does not know that if we go back earlier than,
    • still clearly aware that at one time it had been possible to see into
    • humanity is a thing that is usually overlooked. Let us take the years
    • it five hundred years earlier in the way it was spoken of in the
    • disappeared. Thus we may say that the Gnosis is in its essence the
    • abstract residuum of an earlier spiritual knowledge; it consists of
    • knowledge. He had made a compilation of what in earlier times had been
    • intellectual element appears not as the residue of a spiritual world,
    • Sense of hearing
    • reasons which previous lectures will have made sufficiently clear
    • soul which has unconscious memories of earlier lives on earth. Man is
    • But, my dear friends, it is not possible for humanity nowadays to go
    • beginning and the end of the earth; but when the end decreed by the
    • perishing earth, all this has to be left to faith!
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • and the sense of hearing. Then follow the middle four senses related to
    • aware of it, believing the subject to be a very learned one. Sometimes
    • The outer appearance of the thing is of course, seen from such a
    • In later years memory assumes much more of a soul-character, whereas
    • in the earliest years of a child's life one can clearly see to what a
    • behaviour of those around him. For in the years with which we are here
    • one will find a connection clearly indicated between the phenomena of
    • Now I have said on earlier occasions that the formation of the head
    • apart from the head organisation, in an earlier earth-life. Thus what
    • we carry about in a particular earth-life as our head is the
    • transformed body (apart from the head) of the previous earth-life, but
    • rebirth into the head-formation of the next earthly life. One must of
    • that his capacity for thought is connected with his earlier life on
    • earth.
    • condition the metabolic-limb system of this present earth-life. The
    • previous earth-life, and the other, the faculty of memory, he acquires
    • connection with this earth-life, does not suffice to enable us to look
    • acquire the ability to go behind this memory, to learn to understand
    • clearly that it is something that is of service to us between birth
    • phrase. And to-day this phrase is to be heard over and over again in
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