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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • whole being. And in the same way, when we rise to a sphere
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • Thinkers who have had a training in this sphere are so superior to
    • cognition was thus divided into two spheres: The sphere of the
    • other sphere, which contained a knowledge of Nature, to the extent in
    • spheres of knowledge slowly begin to appear from the fifteenth
    • century onwards, and then more and more quickly; new spheres of
    • after knowledge had touched the super-sensible sphere with their
    • Church acknowledged to be right in the sphere of natural science. The
    • deal with the aesthetic sphere in an external, empiric manner, a
    • there is no difference whatever between one of the two spheres of
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • Haeckel had investigated in his special sphere: Haeckel had prepared
    • sphere ... and so on, and so on ... and if one summed up the various
    • against all; particularly in that sphere of the evolution of the
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • other ego penetrates directly into the sphere of our experience. We
    • sense of touch to the whole sphere of capacity for sense-perception.
    • sphere lies our true inner life. Without these external senses, this
    • The sins committed by modern physiology in this sphere are well-nigh
    • doctrine to both these spheres. And it is because men have done so
    • modern conceptions barren right into the sphere of physiology. For one
    • sphere in which we live for ourselves, related to the outer world
    • from an altogether different sphere. And if you study the human being,
    • you will get to know the sphere from which mathematics comes. It is
    • does not come from the sphere whence the subjective arises.
    • radical distinction between these two spheres of human life. Followers
    • from that sphere in man which is in itself objective, from that sphere
    • sphere in a different way from the way in which we are related to the
    • For example, no one is entitled to delimit the sphere of sight as a
    • sense-sphere, if he does not at the same time distinguish the sphere
    • of word-perception as a similar sphere. Only try to organise the
    • sphere of total experience as I have often done, and you will see that
    • the sphere wherein he is actually asleep. There, man is a cosmic being
    • in relation to all that is conveyed by his senses. In that sphere he
    • distinguish these three spheres, you find something else as well. In
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • distinguish between a certain sphere of experience that can be grasped
    • by science, by knowledge, and another sphere that is said to be
    • falls within the sphere of the moral life, a certitude which only
    • interesting studies to-day if you go into the sphere of physiology.
    • regard what belongs to this sphere (see
    • this sphere (see
    • clear ideas, full of content, in every sphere. And if one does this,
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • concepts of course are translated into the sphere of the mental life,
    • to-day, if one is honest in each sphere one has to admit that there is



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