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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • must make our ideas plastic and form quite a different conception of
    • former epochs of history from that to which we are accustomed to-day.
    • in Italy Goethe begins to see the transformation of leaf into petal
    • they observed the changes and transformations taking place
    • the world. The Greeks formed a picture of the world by contemplating
    • When Schiller had conquered his former dislike of Goethe and had
    • itself. The poet of modern times has to give language artistic form
    • were revealed in this poetic form of speech, mysteries which cannot
    • element by which the sounds of speech themselves were formed and
    • oriental civilisation points to former conditions of life in its
    • the form in which it still exists in the East — points to a
    • listen to the words uttered by another human being, we can form an
    • it is necessary for us to transform our attitude of soul if we are to
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages
    • The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and
    • Europe in the form of an ancient wisdom, from what could still be
    • super-sensible vision. This older form of wisdom, the last echoes of
    • evinced that the older form of spirituality had ceased to exist and
    • traditional form. Aristotle is aware of this older form of wisdom; he
    • super-sensible form. This stage, of not being able to connect any
    • accepts what the Catholic Church presents to him in the form of
    • the form of dogmas, that is to say, of intellectual forms of thought.
    • in the form of memories. It was no longer possible to gain an insight
    • their capacity of forming concepts by studying the conceptual
    • scholastics it was a conceptual form with clearly defined outlines,
    • things were altogether considered as forming part —
    • the form which this development took on just about the middle of the
    • other form of materialism which has come to the fore in spiritism,
    • laws. This forms part of what has been achieved from 1840 onwards.
    • “as-if principle”, in the form which it took on in a
    • things in the form of intellectual concepts and these things had
    • the super-sensible. Man himself, in the form in which he appears
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • conveyed, in this comprehensive form, a picture of the world. You
    • Haeckel had formed a world-conception; he was one of those who
    • know anything about the possibility of forming a conception of the
    • unfolded in its most perfect form before the natural-scientific
    • regard to all the thought-forms connected with what the human beings
    • dwindling minority. Indeed, formulated concepts may be found there,
    • feelings. What we experience in the form of feelings, is permeated by
    • lives in a corporeal form within the sentient part of man? Rhythm:
    • element of the instincts. This has been formed, if I may use this
    • symptomatic form, it reflects itself in what I have already
    • formed the foundation of what has kindled instincts in a spiritual
    • Outside, is everything which forms the object of man's thoughts. (A
    • nineteenth century, with the particular form of materialism which has
    • the proof of every form of unsocial and anti-social life.
    • which are given in the form of spiritual-scientific ideas, from out a
    • the form in which we can understand it, if we allow things to take
    • which forms part of materialism has furthered human development in
    • transformed itself into the intellectualistic, materialistic
    • throughout our life this moment is contained within us in the form of
    • see, an older and more instinctive form of wisdom could feel
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  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • experiencing our imagination we can see what is forming in the
    • is formed in the soul. The experience I have mentioned
    • body which undergoes a particular transformation towards
    • formerly worked up to the change of teeth and stopped at this
    • Stories of nature, even in their most elementary forms, should
    • child in its earlier years is more thrown back to its former
    • their former life. What is released here holds within it a seed
    • as religious ideas, form a seed within us, a seed containing a
    • introduce some sort of form which would rule, which could be
    • This transformation of people, this otherness, this change
    • to a real life content, how it forms the basis of our outer
    • overall life in popular form should also contain information of
    • general education, highly informed about the present
    • good-natured impotent forms it assumes. The battle which is
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • ego, what we see first is the human form; we know that we ourselves
    • have such a form, that in us this form harbours an ego, and so we
    • conclude that there is also an ego in this other human form which
    • Now these senses, which in essentials form a link between the outer
    • pictorial form, we then proceed to apply to what we see. Nor can there
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • of warmth and the sense of sight are all experiences of the former
    • now they were forming their judgments from experience. But they were
    • humanity believes that it forms an unprejudiced judgment, whereas the
    • the fourth century, will form his judgments about the relations of man
    • be able to form opinions about man's relation to intellectuality; he
    • will not be able to form any opinion about his relation to
    • the ideas that formed the content of the Gnosis. Hence arose the
    • to a formula. The argument as to whether the Son is of the same nature
    • All this formed the transition to the pure intellectualism which was
    • both ill-informed and foolish, for as soon as he begins to speak of
    • the doctrine of the uniform origin of both body and soul through birth
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • these ideas are even made to cover the plants. The scientists form an
    • idea of what birth is, or what death is, just as one forms an idea of
    • reality of man, not from some idea we have formed of the
    • We form our ideas about memory in somewhat the same way. It is
    • connection between the child's memories and his formation of concepts
    • you will see that his formation of concepts is very dependent upon
    • important, to see how the concepts that the child forms depend
    • concepts he forms. On the other hand, it will easily be seen that the
    • constituted, whether the formation of his blood, the nourishment of
    • form concepts and ideas more easily.
    • perception, that the child forms concepts; but that the faculty of
    • memory, interwoven as it were with the formation of concepts, develops
    • very individual manner of memory-formation, how it differs in children
    • growth as a whole and formation of the power of memory.
    • Now I have said on earlier occasions that the formation of the head
    • transformed body (apart from the head) of the previous earth-life, but
    • especially the transformed metabolic-limb system; or what to-day is
    • metabolic-limb man is transformed during the life between death and
    • rebirth into the head-formation of the next earthly life. One must of
    • forms and forces.
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