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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • in their life of soul, it would be impossible to understand them. One
    • would not understand how they spoke or what they did. Historical
    • a music-stand and laying upon it specimens of minerals from his
    • We shall never understand Goethe unless we bear in mind the
    • and outlook, will never understand him. For an inner change of mental
    • is it possible to understand Goethe's whole attitude to Faust
    • Earth can I understand Man. — And many other passages can be
    • We shall not succeed in understanding such historical records of
    • limitation, but it is a fact nevertheless. And a true understanding
    • the spirit of Greece with understanding. Goethe's attitude to
    • soul was itself living, men were able to understand the living
    • Three epochs, therefore, stand out before us. — The epoch
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science can understand thoroughly what is
    • where we understand the process wherein sound itself is moulded and
  • 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
    • understanding attitude towards the world and man. This does not
    • different standpoint. The way in which he deals with the problems
    • 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
    • how the truth, the absolute truth of Darwinism may stand, it
    • standpoint. The things which appear in material life are an image of
    • to understand what it lacked, indeed, but what it had to lack, owing
    • They remained at a standstill by the image, they thought that this
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • stand upon a firm ground. It was something completely new in
    • 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
    • man of the same type would stand there, he would be exactly the same.
    • 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
    • which the life of sleep inserts itself, from the standpoint of time,
    • standpoint, what takes place in that case. Imagine a Moleshott, or a
    • 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
    • standpoint than the ordinary one of the nineteenth century and of the
    • which may be accepted from a social standpoint.
    • the form in which we can understand it, if we allow things to take
    • the head. This is the standpoint from which the whole matter should
    • withstand, we die in one moment. But otherwise, we die
  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • enter our sleep condition, understanding realities from there.
    • Here you stand before what the human being experiences in
    • system whose content must stand for itself which to some extent
    • understandable striking traits according to psychiatric
    • ethically high-standing personality with glowing scientific and
    • much which is good, noble and morally high standing, perhaps
    • areas of which it understands nothing, making it sick.
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • just as we stand before the outer world and take in a certain part of
    • order to understand his thought, in order to bring it into connection
    • from which we receive simply a sensation of standing as man in a
    • standing balanced, or of being poised, or of dancing in balance, we
    • life-sense and so on. And you will understand this difference best if
    • When we picture the human being in this way, we have to understand
    • It is essential to understand that to assemble an immense number of
    • is to understand the absolute necessity of reaching clear ideas, ideas
    • notwithstanding the fact that it is so intimately connected with you.
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • man, the content of which stands in much the same relationship to
    • prevailing, in order to get any sort of understanding as to how the
    • men of that time thought. To try to understand Plato or Heraclitus or
    • is an utter impossibility. We do not even understand Aristotle. And
    • Indeed, a real understanding of the essential soul-life has for the
    • culture. And you understand that culture best when you understand it
    • objective knowledge. Anyone who wishes to understand what is contained
    • understanding of these things, and must take this direction (see
    • upper man). And whoever wishes to understand what is really to be
    • And it is interesting to note that it is just from this standpoint
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • theoretical standpoint, very misleading, but not more so than the
    • From this you will understand that ordinary memory, which we have
    • acquire the ability to go behind this memory, to learn to understand
    • look at the human head-organisation with understanding to say why.
    • Moreover this head stands apart from the relationships of the rest of
    • the human being, in so far as he stands on the earth, has his natural
    • he did not take what the lecturer had drawn, from his standpoint of
    • be detected in the physical forms. It is not possible to understand
    • much head-men, we shall understand a great deal, but remember little
    • one can really understand the structure of matter — particularly
    • when it comes to organic life — only if one understands it in its

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