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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • modern historian infers that human beings must always have possessed
    • Those who embark upon a study of Goethe equipped with the modern
    • The modern physicist rejects Goethe because he lives in the very
    • We men of modern times must learn to make a clear distinction between
    • The arrogant scientist of modern times will say: ‘Yes, but that
    • itself. The poet of modern times has to give language artistic form
    • confusing elements born of modern scholarship such men have divined
    • Modern scholarship, with its limited outlook, tells us that the
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times.
    • the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times.*
    • 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,
    • Modern thinkers could
    • is customary in modern science, if we observe how certain ideas which
    • direction, we shall realise that the ordinary modern life of the
    • the modern philosophers because they have taken up within them the
    • disorderly thoughts contained in modern scientific writings, it does
    • extraordinary influence upon modern human beings and discipline their
    • spiritual development of our modern times, we must penetrate into
    • knowledge, which then became the contents of the modern
    • penetrate into the modern development of science, and it occurred at
    • and scientific mentality of modern times, but it was submitted to
    • nineteenth century. Those who study modern spiritual science should
    • phenomenon of the modern materialistic life of the spirit thus
    • do not grasp the modern development of the spirit, we do not grasp
    • states incisively, in a modern garment, to be sure. du Bois-Reymond
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  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • the world. In our modern civilisation we find that what is contained
    • undoubtedly the characteristic of the modern epoch. We may study
    • may therefore say: The modern civilisation, which began in the
    • knowledge of modern times. Even if, with the aid of the more exoteric
    • be really significant for what rises out of our modern civilisation
  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • Century so he hadn't seen it: our modern doctors, said Comte,
    • completely accepted the thinking habits of the modern
    • really a typical representative of modern science.
    • expected from by modern science towards anthroposophically
    • permeated by these modern scientific habits, to change. The joy
    • the characteristics of modern science where it turns into
    • must come through the modern spirit of science — as you
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • in modern science, for it really only generalises about them.
    • The sins committed by modern physiology in this sphere are well-nigh
    • modern conceptions barren right into the sphere of physiology. For one
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • modern philosophy developed out of Scholasticism, people thought that
    • place in modern times about the Aristotelian philosophy knows that
    • discovered by modern science come from the lower man. But modern
    • work the way of grasping external phenomena which lies behind modern
    • ideas. For modern anatomy and physiology have already discovered
    • modern thinking really has its roots in the sense of smell, in that
    • careless piece of work. Nevertheless Bacon is a milestone in modern
    • modern scientific notions have developed without interruption out of
    • And it is the crucial test, not only of the value of modern culture,
    • but also of the value of the modern scientific spirit, and of



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