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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • friends at Weimar he speaks of the works of art which conjure up
    • younger days he had turned away. When he speaks in suitable language
    • speaking, of measure, number and weight. Students of Pythagorean
    • and word. When they were speaking it seemed to them that the idea
    • his thinking, but to him speaking was thinking. Thinking was
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • speaking, its contents were obtained through super-sensible vision,
    • alludes to it whenever he speaks of his predecessors, but he can no
    • Essentially speaking,
    • the same way in which the universities were, generally speaking, the
    • of the senses offered to them. Fundamentally speaking, just about the
    • Generally speaking, the
    • Fundamentally speaking, materialism already existed; it had its
    • Fundamentally speaking,
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • B or Mr. C, had to speak during this Haeckel celebration. I might say
    • had been the case, it would not be possible to speak of A, B and C in
    • world. Consequently, this colleague did not speak of Haeckel's
    • to say, by speaking of Haeckel's neck-ties and the complaints of
    • “Riddles of the World” are, fundamentally speaking,
    • speak of Kant, from the second half of the eighteenth century
    • onwards, we merely speak of a symptom which pertained to that whole
    • period; and in the same way we merely speak of a symptom, when we
    • super-sensible knowledge is, fundamentally speaking, not a relation
    • standpoint of the earth-being, and he speaks of the universe from the
    • speak of man's coalescence with his environment — where the
    • unsocial feelings in the human beings. Just as those who speak a
    • great amount of love do not speak much of love, so the people who
    • continually speak of social problems, as was the case in the last
    • science is always being reproved that it speaks so little of
    • God. Particularly those who always speak of God reprove the
    • anthroposophical spiritual science for speaking so little of God. But
    • I have often said: It seems to me that those who are always speaking
    • important than continually speaking of God. Perhaps, at first,
    • a science which merely speaks of other worlds, instead of the
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  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • speak somewhat vividly in perhaps a radical image: between
    • speak of moral and religious content of our human souls.
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • inner experience. You do not feel this chalk; roughly speaking, what
    • quite objective processes, for physically speaking it is a matter of
    • hearing. And there are philosophical treatises which speak in a purely
    • Locke, and even Kant, speak generally of a relationship of the outer
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • often told you that to-day, when philosophers speak of the distinction
    • super-sensible world, and one had to speak in a descriptive way out of
    • both ill-informed and foolish, for as soon as he begins to speak of
    • instance, where he speaks about warmth — he is an empiricist
    • wishes to speak of a life after death, then one cannot speak of it as
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • THIS cleft in human nature of which I have been speaking also finds
    • speaking about the being of man himself or of his relationship to the
    • to speak, lifted out of all our other connections with the world. That
    • we should not speak abstractly of the material world and of the
    • speak, into the way the spiritual world is imaged in the material
    • applied to this as is applied, let us say, when we speak of latent

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