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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • fundamentally the same frame of mind, the same mental outlook as they
    • the revelations of the human mind. And this was the real temper of
    • find that they reveal just this attitude of mind. Then a great
    • We shall never understand Goethe unless we bear in mind the
    • his mind when, in Italy, he re-wrote Iphigenia in Greek metre,
    • altogether unnatural to educate the minds of the young as we educate
    • example of the change that can be wrought in a mind by entering into
    • as an idea or a concept arises within our minds to-day, so, in those
    • minds the radical difference between the mental attitude of the
    • quite foreign to the Western mind and which, as soon as we attempt to
    • that which actually lives in the heart and mind of another. As we
    • Greece. It was an epoch when the mind of man was not only capable of
    • conscious mind, we must deliberately adjust ourselves to an entirely
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • in mind a few things which characterise this modern life of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • in mind has become evident in a positively radical manner, at least
    • from an aesthetic standpoint. We can bear in mind the monumental
    • we bear in mind this phenomenon and its connection with the
    • say should be borne in mind very clearly.
    • reproach, if we bear in mind the moral conceptions of the nineteenth
    • mind whether or not a conception may be logically proved, for, in
    • in regard to what I have said to-day it is essential to bear in mind
    • we rise to a higher knowledge, the chief thing to be borne in mind is
    • be borne in mind is the human being as a whole. The whole human being
    • science, therefore, does not rise out of the narrow-minded people who
    • otherwise. Why? Let us bear in mind a truth which I have often
    • head and of the mind with knowledge, but it should constitute a real
  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • our mind that what lives in us as morality, what permeates us
    • natural certainty. If we are clear in our minds that the words
    • scientific minds turn against the streaming in from the
    • it, that there are still singular minds who refer back to the
    • time when even materialistically orientated minds considered
    • the mind.
    • Certainly, a thoroughly intellectual and positivistic mind was
    • scientific mind opposes everything which comes from a spiritual
    • side, namely what wants to transport the mind in human life, in
    • minded people don't want it. They sense that here they must
    • see how the state of mind of a person is constituted who has
    • several of our short minded followers often have that the
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • be borne in mind. Unless we bear this difference in mind we cannot get

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