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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • altogether unnatural to educate the minds of the young as we educate
    • remote past when it was perfectly natural to make speech poetic, when
    • to the natural course of evolution will the more easily realise that
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • contents of a supernatural revelation, which at that time was more or
    • was, on the one hand, quite natural to apply the intellectual
    • supernatural, and contained the essence of everything relating to the
    • with contents of a natural-scientific character. The knowledge of
    • Church acknowledged to be right in the sphere of natural science. The
    • a kind of world-picture, which naturally contained nothing but
    • garment, among the modern natural scientists, and
    • for it is generally believed that modern natural science has arisen
    • had a few accurate natural scientists, such as Gegenbauer. Gegenbauer
    • colouring, natural science began to oppose it more and more, ever
    • disappeared. Natural science contained something, and it
    • natural science were substantial. The philosophical development
    • was powerless in the face of what was flowing into natural science
    • hand, we have the natural-scientific efforts of advancing to an
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • of a purely naturalistic structure of the world, and the fact that
    • unfolded in its most perfect form before the natural-scientific
    • natural science. But what was meanwhile raging in the
  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • seed is for a future natural existence and that the earth with
    • carry the moral ideals through as new natural events, into the
    • natural certainty. If we are clear in our minds that the words
    • morality and naturalness in its metamorphosis.
    • because with the schooling of natural thinking developed over
    • between the natural scientific notion and the moral view which
    • beauty, but it is broken up in squares. Naturally spiritual
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • While natural science maintains that we have only five senses Steiner
    • between what they call natural law and what they call morality, acts
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • While natural science maintains that we have only five senses Steiner
    • world with which we are also connected, the world of natural
    • of ideas about natural necessity. Humanity has paid less attention in
    • natural necessity.
    • can be brought under strict natural law is acknowledged to be really
    • the present time quite naturally thinks it the only valid kind of
    • been lost, to the external world, the purely natural world. So that
    • point of saying: Natural necessity provides us with ideas about the
    • mention it; but it can be treated in the same way as natural
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • While natural science maintains that we have only five senses Steiner
    • the human being, in so far as he stands on the earth, has his natural
    • objection that Anthroposophy is materialistic. Naturally, if one
    • 27th Sept. to 2nd Oct., 1920 (Translated as "The Boudaries of Natural Science.)] You
    • physical-bodily we experience natural necessity. As things are seen
    • knowledge, based upon natural causality, and the content of pure
    • because natural causality on the one hand, and the life of the
    • postulating freedom; the natural world cannot exist without necessity.
    • one phenomenon were not of necessity caused by another in natural
    • But if this natural causality is universal, then moral freedom is
    • say that there must be natural causality, there must be natural
    • to us by natural necessity. This is a contradiction which is a
    • natural necessity deludes us by strange methods with a feeling of
    • outer nature. We men really dissolve natural causality within
    • becoming, as the thing in us that itself counteracts natural
    • as a process of combat against natural causality, as a reversal of
    • natural causality — we shall make the subject of forthcoming

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