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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • in their life of soul, it would be impossible to understand them. One
    • course of historic evolution man's life of soul has changed, we
    • thinking about the world and about life.
    • life at Weimar.
    • early life — how as a boy of seven he built an altar by taking
    • very growth and unfolding life of the plants. And this is an eloquent
    • and he found it when he felt that he had brought to life within him
    • world and his view of life since the fifteenth century? It is, in
    • urge connected with the deeper foundations of his life of Soul.
    • any means the abstract concept — was imbued with life.
    • unceasingly in the life of Nature. Their attention was turned not to
    • life, of constant change in living beings. When we conceive of a
    • earlier times the life of soul was of a nature of which certain men,
    • which Goethe longed and to which his whole inner life was directed,
    • inwardly quickened life of soul, and in the outer world observed, all
    • oriental civilisation points to former conditions of life in its
    • when it signified a pouring of the soul's life into the life of
    • a fundamental element in the life of soul as it was in the remote
    • experiences of another, having a life of its own, manifesting not
    • plant-world around him when the word is as full of life as it was
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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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    • the view of explaining the modern life of the spirit and its
    • characterises the modern life of the spirit.
    • in mind a few things which characterise this modern life of the
    • modern life of the spirit is intellectualism, the intellectual,
    • The spiritual life of
    • The spiritual life of
    • then Thomas Aquinas and Albertus Magnus — the spiritual life of
    • direction, we shall realise that the ordinary modern life of the
    • higher destinies of man's soul-life. The conceptions of that time
    • evolution within the ordinary and intellectual life of the senses.
    • life of the present, have treated in an amateurish way what has
    • the spirit and with spiritual life, and then to pass sentence
    • above examples, to social life. The first more important
    • phenomenon of the modern materialistic life of the spirit thus
    • life of the senses and we may say: The materialistic world-conception
    • a peculiar structure of spiritual life arose in the second half
    • standpoint. The things which appear in material life are an image of
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • world and life, one could contemplate what the “colleague”
    • life of thoughts, the rhythmical part, with the life of feeling, and
    • the metabolic part, with the life of the will. Hence, this
    • nerve-sensory organisation, in regard to his life of thoughts. He
    • which they conceive the rest of life, the remaining days of the week,
    • only possess a life of thoughts, the human being also possesses a
    • life of feeling. The life of feeling is inwardly equivalent to the
    • life of dreams; the life of dreams takes its course in pictures; the
    • life of feelings, in feelings. But the inner substantial side is that
    • which experiences feelings within the human life of feeling. Thus we
    • may say: During his waking life, from the moment of waking up to the
    • reality, we are only awake in our life of thoughts. You fall asleep
    • of feelings for a world-conception. Human life is constantly
    • interrupted, as it were, by the life of sleep. In the same way in
    • which the life of sleep inserts itself, from the standpoint of time,
    • within man's entire soul-life, so the world of feelings, and
    • into human life. We dream through the fact that we feel; we sleep
    • as human beings, we may be soundly materialistic within our life
    • dreaming life of feeling, nor our sleeping life of the will. These
    • become spiritually inclined, particularly the life of the will.
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  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • teeth around the seventh year of life. The change of teeth
    • moment in life the ability arises to construct defined concepts
    • seven years of life and how from this moment onwards reappear
    • during the first seven years of life.
    • When we find ourselves in the condition in life which takes
    • concepts in daily life, the less these concepts are able to
    • come to the fore and can influence sleep life. These sharply
    • this period of life is between the ether body and the astral
    • that it's during this period of the child's life when there is
    • is happening in that period of life.
    • about the ninth and the tenth year in the life of every child,
    • ninth and tenth year of life.
    • because the child, as it starts with its first period of life,
    • a child dies before this moment when life had led it up to its
    • life which they completed with conception or birth, that an
    • actual cutting off from a new life, if we consider this kind of
    • Their connection to a certain extent to a new life will be less
    • intensive than the life before. Here clearly conditions are
    • life together from what they experience to the life they had
    • ninth and tenth year of life shows there is much less
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • activity of our own soul-life, and the activity which we direct
    • life, and the twelfth the sense of touch.
    • of a common concept, a concept of what sense-life is supposed to be,
    • point to something of deep significance for the whole of human life.
    • component of our inner life; the sense of sight is directed much more
    • sense of movement, the sense of life and the sense of touch, we come
    • are. Our sense of life is that general perception of how our organs
    • are functioning, of whether they are promoting life or obstructing it.
    • take the sense of life — the same thing applies. Our sense of
    • life conveys to us processes that are quite objective. Imagine a
    • can be described quite objectively. What the sense of life perceives
    • to you by the sense of life; if it is not in order, the sense of life
    • your skin, the sense of life transmits it to you. To sum up, an
    • connection with the content of your soul-life. And the same thing
    • us that what we usually call soul-life is bound up with what we may
    • call soul-life, we can scarcely go further than from the ego-sense to
    • whole range of what we call soul-life. Something of the
    • into the sense of warmth, upon which our soul-life is much more
    • a very wide significance for our whole soul-life. But with the senses
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • soul life, and those which are more connected with the lower
    • believe themselves to represent the spiritual life of to-day
    • falls within the sphere of the moral life, a certitude which only
    • But the Gnosis was an essential element in the spiritual life of the
    • Indeed, a real understanding of the essential soul-life has for the
    • as the soul-life which is the outcome of the six upper senses, from
    • with spiritual life. If we turn our gaze back to ancient times in
    • soul-life, this true soul-life. So that we can say:
    • All these senses furnish experiences which nourish the spiritual life,
    • when spiritual life is present in the soul. And what humanity
    • The life of the soul then lost its spirituality, it became
    • on the path of this despiritualisation of human soul-life, and the
    • Sense of life
    • Sense of Life
    • to life, one cannot live by it. Life itself gives the lie to such an
    • nothing of God, of eternal life, but only believe in these things,
    • life, if they had to have the same trust in those about whom they knew
    • pre-existence, the notion of the life of the human soul before birth,
    • possibility of acquiring a scientific conception of life after death.
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • expression in everyday communal life. You find it in the relationship
    • as belonging by their very nature to the life of both soul and body.
    • factor in soul-life, but bound up with the bodily life; and on the
    • in the earliest years of a child's life one can clearly see to what a
    • confirmation of them in life itself. He will then find that it is from
    • 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
    • metabolic-limb man is transformed during the life between death and
    • 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
    • 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
    • back into the life before birth, to look back into our pre-natal life.
    • experienced these ideas in our previous earth-life; but they are none
    • early in embryonal life, before the essentials of the rest of the
    • own soul-life. We have far more organic consciousness of the whole of
    • an earlier earth-life.
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