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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • Quarterly Review of Spiritual Science
    • Science in order to comprehend man and the world are more easily
    • We can, however, go still further back than this. Spiritual Science
    • light of Spiritual Science. Benedetto Croce was one who spoke in a
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science can understand thoroughly what is
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • is customary in modern science, if we observe how certain ideas which
    • penetrate into the modern development of science, and it occurred at
    • sciences which were taught at these universities in connection with a
    • Church acknowledged to be right in the sphere of natural science. The
    • nineteenth century. Those who study modern spiritual science should
    • for it is generally believed that modern natural science has arisen
    • this modern science of Nature, are, however, the very offspring of
    • spiritual science, the spiritual science which is orientated
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • this attitude towards science, nothing else could develop, except a
    • regard to spiritual science.
    • materialistic in his world-conception, because those who take science
    • material phenomena into a materialistic science, the metabolic part
    • spiritual science.
    • to you to-day? Many things are connected with spiritual science, but
    • science, therefore, does not rise out of the narrow-minded people who
    • have founded the intellectual and materialistic science of the
    • unchained unsocial instincts; but spiritual science rises out of the
    • science apparently develops intellectual concepts, it is
    • science is always being reproved that it speaks so little of
    • anthroposophical spiritual science for speaking so little of God. But
    • spiritual observation. One might say: Well, spiritual science is also
    • a science which merely speaks of other worlds, instead of the
    • spiritual science, even if we ourselves are not endowed with
    • no matter how much science may progress, we would inevitably have to
    • natural science. But what was meanwhile raging in the
    • freed through a science, a knowledge, a spiritual world-conception,
    • science: he can only be set at liberty through a spiritual
    • has developed under the influence of a science dependent solely upon
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  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • found in my “Occult Science” and in my book
    • examined by science. It is, however, definitely present. We
    • yesterday. When human beings don't allow spiritual science to
    • which appears as concepts in my “spiritual science
    • actual results of intellectualism and materialism in science,
    • intellectualism so attractive for today's science? Look for
    • Anthroposophical spiritual science into areas of life. In
    • Anthroposophically orientated spiritual science, which comes to
    • applicable to their science. If an attempt is made to offer
    • science into their lives. This the people don't want. Even well
    • anything available in this area where spiritual science can
    • Spiritual science goes along a healthy path while the
    • anthroposophical spiritual science. Through this the
    • permeated by spiritual science; because this psychiatry has
    • science can clarify psychiatry. Instead, he positions spiritual
    • science as he does psychiatry at present that means, he uses
    • science will thus appear checkered if it is opposed in full
    • focus what is in my `occult science,' letting this gaze turn
    • really a typical representative of modern science.
    • expected from by modern science towards anthroposophically
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • While natural science maintains that we have only five senses Steiner
    • science takes into consideration only those senses for which obvious
    • in modern science, for it really only generalises about them.
    • chemical point of view, as is done by the materialistic science of
    • external facts for what purports to be science and is intended to
    • if this science lacks clear concepts about the most important things.
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • While natural science maintains that we have only five senses Steiner
    • by science, by knowledge, and another sphere that is said to be
    • because this could only have come from spiritual science, which he
    • psychological science pursues to-day was of course for Brentano
    • discovered by modern science come from the lower man. But modern
    • purpose is to spread darkness among mankind about spiritual science.
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • While natural science maintains that we have only five senses Steiner
    • 27th Sept. to 2nd Oct., 1920 (Translated as "The Boudaries of Natural Science.)] You
    • Indeed, there could be no science if there were not this necessity. If
    • science. An effect could arise from a cause that one could not
    • predict! We get science when we try to see how one thing
    • it. There is no doubt about it, science forces us to a recognition of

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