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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • mental attitude as the starting-point; if one were obliged to look
    • This is obviously a very convenient point of view. For if in the
    • period since the fifteenth century, and this is the point in which we
    • they, as a rule, are not considered from this point of view. In still
    • oriental civilisation points to former conditions of life in its
    • the form in which it still exists in the East — points to a
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • spirit. By departing from various standpoints, we have gradually
    • different standpoint. The way in which he deals with the problems
    • world of Europe had reached the following point: An abundant
    • an external observation could always be pointed out and summed up in
    • the right to point out that the super-sensible world must be the
    • century; but we should observe this from a different standpoint.
    • When Darwinism brought forward its great standpoint, Darwinism, which
    • wealth of facts had been collected from certain standpoints, when
    • standpoint. The things which appear in material life are an image of
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • point, and that this culminating point had been reached towards the
    • culminating point, in the nineteenth century, at least in so far as
    • I did not go beyond the point of saying: The chief thing to be borne
    • point, and that perhaps it could be stated that a super-sensible
    • from an aesthetic standpoint. We can bear in mind the monumental
    • state from his particular standpoint and, in reality, he was
    • and to consider him a little from a spiritual standpoint. Many people
    • from his standpoint, he praised Haeckel, he praised him exceedingly,
    • I have explained to you; let us consider it from the standpoint
    • another standpoint, how certain people, who felt that the head of
    • but these are only the symptoms. The essential point, the reality, is
    • which the life of sleep inserts itself, from the standpoint of time,
    • standpoint, what takes place in that case. Imagine a Moleshott, or a
    • The essential point to-day is to realise that something need not be
    • is the essential point in regard to the things which I have explained
    • standpoint of the earth-being, and he speaks of the universe from the
    • standpoint of the earth-being. Try to feel how this standpoint is,
    • human being is not only considered from the standpoint of a certain
    • from the standpoint of the whole year in which he lives, and of its
    • seasons, from the standpoint of the various localities in which he
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  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • point. What wanted to stream in through the breathing process
    • death, is only really there when children die after this point.
    • one can discern particularities precisely. One can point out
    • pointed out, to being strictly exact and wanting to link
    • Today some who do not see the essence of it, point out with a
    • Harrison continues — how this Comtian point of view has
    • the point of view where people are treated like horses and cows
    • materialistic-intellectual point of view doesn't just include a
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • Although to begin with it is more difficult to point to an organ for
    • point to something of deep significance for the whole of human life.
    • chemical point of view, as is done by the materialistic science of
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • things had come to the point when men no longer knew what to make of
    • course of history. I am certainly not trying to point out that the
    • point of saying: Natural necessity provides us with ideas about the
    • And it is interesting to note that it is just from this standpoint
    • that Anthroposophy is attacked. Perhaps at this point I may be allowed
    • logical proof. But the main point is that people say that the things
    • pointed out.
    • But at this point an important question arises — a question which
    • created at the time of birth or conception. This viewpoint makes it
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • theoretical standpoint, very misleading, but not more so than the
    • attempt to cut one's meat at table with a razor. The point is that one
    • he did not take what the lecturer had drawn, from his standpoint of
    • Thus both men could find a point of contact in the sketch. Why? Simply
    • It is important to pay attention to such a view. For the point is that
    • Why are we making a point of this? Because to-day man needs to be able
    • But the whole point is that in order to recover a fully human

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