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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • mere intellectualism. The whole process is quite evident: The
    • century runs parallel with the development of intellectualism —
    • intellectualistic thought.
    • intellectualistic as our thinking is to-day. Something like the sound
    • the realm of the living. We have intellectualism — which
    • are more interested to-day. In our age, men live in the intellect
    • the intellect; the phenomena of the world are measured, numbered and
    • intellect was far less such that the word was alive within him; he
    • intellectual activity and the world outside is viewed in terms of
    • were still one, when instead of intellectuality man unfolded an
    • words, a highly intellectual element is attributed to the human soul
    • the age of intellectuality; from the period of experience of the life
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • modern life of the spirit is intellectualism, the intellectual,
    • intellectualism, as such, has made its first appearance in the course
    • up intellectualism. Intellectualism developed from out a spiritual
    • world-conception did not work with intellectual forces; essentially
    • intellectual elaboration is needed, for the human being already
    • that in the course of human evolution intellectualism has, in a
    • up and the intellectual element has remained.
    • intellect (in Plato, this was not evident as yet) and who clearly
    • inner intellectual work, this preeminently leading spirit was
    • who works in a truly intellectual way. In Aristotle, we continually
    • eminently intellectual in his way of working.
    • intellectual way of grasping the old spiritual contents. These can no
    • the form of dogmas, that is to say, of intellectual forms of thought.
    • education of humanity took on an essentially intellectual character
    • that their soul-constitution was directed towards intellectualism. In
    • regard to intellectual matters, in regard to the elaboration of
    • climax. We may say, on the one hand, that intellectualism was fully
    • that intellectualism, as a technique, as a technical method of
    • at all able to grasp this intellectual element, is a fact which took
    • place in the fourth century. But to begin with, intellectualism
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  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • intellectualism, a technique of thinking which Scholasticism had
    • epoch. Then we have intellectualism applied to an external
    • towards its end. Intellectualism and materialism belong
    • see, the human being can only be active intellectually and he
    • intellectualism) during the daytime, while he is awake, from the
    • intellect. Not even with the best will, or rather, with the worst
    • have founded the intellectual and materialistic science of the
    • science apparently develops intellectual concepts, it is
    • and its value for the evolution of humanity. The intellectualism
    • transformed itself into the intellectualistic, materialistic
  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • materialistic concepts and intellectual ideas, where already at
    • school intellectualism and materialism are imported, because
    • Intellectuals, materialists or sensualist
    • actual results of intellectualism and materialism in science,
    • and intellectual thinking habits have been withdrawn, now
    • relation to this the intellectual-materialistic wave it had its
    • but not registered through mere intellectual gestures.
    • Certainly, a thoroughly intellectual and positivistic mind was
    • from human observation even though, where intellectualism and
    • the positivist, the intellectualist who was still somewhat
    • his positivism, despite his intellectualism it displeased him
    • intellectualism so attractive for today's science? Look for
    • materialistic-intellectual point of view doesn't just include a
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • be able to form opinions about man's relation to intellectuality; he
    • abstract, very much intellectualised, he still had at least an
    • All this formed the transition to the pure intellectualism which was
    • of the fifteenth century. By the time this intellectualism emerged,
    • vanished, and only the intellectual element remained; but now this
    • intellectual element appears not as the residue of a spiritual world,
    • seeking to apply an intellectualism, the spiritual origin of which had
    • the intellectualism that only comes from below — an
    • intellectualism which is fully born only in the fifteenth century, and
    • devoid of spirituality, more and more intellectualised, was then
    • intellectualised, and that, as I said, began in the fourth century
    • intellectuality, Aristotle had already been divested of the notion of
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • man's intellectual life, the life of ideas, one can find a very exact
    • what shows itself later in more abstract intellectual form as the
    • in intellectualism. The most this intellectualism can say is that
    • declining one; that our intellectual life is not bound up with the

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