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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • time. They declare that, so far as his mental attitude is concerned,
    • But at the same time there is something else in Goethe — a kind
    • feels at home. And, if we study all that he produced after that time,
    • evolution. Goethe felt a stranger to the thought of his time the
    • We men of modern times must learn to make a clear distinction between
    • done ever since the time of Galileo.
    • The arrogant scientist of modern times will say: ‘Yes, but that
    • times, the word lived as inward sound. And because the content of the
    • earlier times the life of soul was of a nature of which certain men,
    • itself. The poet of modern times has to give language artistic form
    • pre-historic or practically pre-historic times, before speech assumed
    • in olden times and, the comparison often drawn is that a child who
    • and lasting until our own time: from super-speech, through speech, to
    • the time when attention is concentrated on the principles of measure,
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times.
    • the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times.*
    • contradict the fact that in our times the essential character of a
    • of human evolution during the time comprised within the 300
    • world-conception, which began to ebb at that time, in the course of
    • reached in these later times, in accordance with the faculties of
    • even if this was instinctive. At the same time, this super-sensible
    • preeminently leading spirit, who at that time already made use of the
    • gnosis of that time, with its still ample store of wisdom, which
    • century, with all the experiences connected with that time
    • time, arouse our interest not so much in view of the contents which
    • direction, up to the time of high Scholasticism, is truly admirable.
    • Idealism”. Of course, at the present time we cannot agree
    • from the time of Plato onwards, his complete mastery of the
    • the task of the time which lies between the fourth and the fifteenth
    • the world in a manner which was, at that time, quite incontestable.
    • contents of a supernatural revelation, which at that time was more or
    • higher destinies of man's soul-life. The conceptions of that time
    • which this was possible at that time, and which could only be
    • spiritual development of our modern times, we must penetrate into
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  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • be present. At that time, it was not necessary to expect anything new
    • neck-ties for quite a long time, and not at all stupidly ... and this
    • was what philosophy could bring forward at that time! This was
    • gradually came to the surface in more recent times, and that it was
    • time. We should not think that philosophy has anything to say in
    • have paled, cannot be anything else. But at the same time he felt —
    • same time he felt that the human being can only grow in regard to his
    • intellectualism) during the daytime, while he is awake, from the
    • which the life of sleep inserts itself, from the standpoint of time,
    • the time of falling asleep to the time of waking up?
    • the sense of reality, which is alone able at the present time to lead
    • the present time, people are satisfied if an un-contradicted logic
    • say: If a human being, who in the more recent course of time has
    • early twentieth century. At that time it was considered as
    • then, in more recent times, we have the second freeing deed in
    • knowledge of modern times. Even if, with the aid of the more exoteric
    • branches of knowledge of ancient times, we go back, for instance,
    • always, at the same time, a philosopher. It is almost impossible to
    • continually during the whole time between birth and death.
    • was undoubtedly the feeling of the doctors of ancient times, since
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  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • have often referred to the importance of the time period in an
    • organism up to this time no longer exercise their actions as is
    • be studied time and again. A part of what becomes freed up for
    • a result this period in time is so important for educators to
    • — taking place in this moment in time.
    • Marked ideas appear. Above all this is the moment in time where
    • outlined term linked to the Ego which appears at this time. The
    • moment in time — for one child it will be a little
    • bodies even during asleep. From this time the I lights up as an
    • what we have before us in the child up to the time between his
    • bodily soul element only after this illustrated time. One
    • life; human beings after this period in time are separated from
    • the social concepts which recognise morality at the same time
    • and believe at the same time that the moral world indicates
    • certain nostalgia to not that far back in time, positivism and
    • time when even materialistically orientated minds considered
    • touched by the spirituality of olden times, already saw that in
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • attention to a theme which I treated some time ago — I mean the
    • I said a long time ago, and I am always repeating it, that orthodox
    • sight. At the same time we must be quite clear that this ego-sense is
    • sense of touch. And our philosophy has for some time been wont to base
    • can be clearly distinguished one from another, and at the same time we
    • the outer world, there is at the same time an experience within
    • the present time the fact that men do not know how to build a bridge
    • that, from the time of Hume or Locke or even earlier, this great
    • is at the same time cosmic. In fact, we are only really subjective in
    • sense-sphere, if he does not at the same time distinguish the sphere
    • perceptible physical organs. If we do that it will be a very long time
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • at all able to read the signs of the times, anyone who knows how to
    • recognise the task of the times, is quite clear that there is a deep
    • the present time quite naturally thinks it the only valid kind of
    • scientific opinion of the present time — which has hardened
    • men of that time thought. To try to understand Plato or Heraclitus or
    • place in modern times about the Aristotelian philosophy knows that
    • still clearly aware that at one time it had been possible to see into
    • fourth century A.D. For at that time there was still an instinctive
    • In Augustine we find no trace of the Gnosis; by his time it had quite
    • of the fifteenth century. By the time this intellectualism emerged,
    • knowledge. He had made a compilation of what in earlier times had been
    • which result inevitably from the characteristics of the present time.
    • time being been lost. An example of this is the way in which
    • the ego-sense to the sense of sight, all this was at one time filled
    • with spiritual life. If we turn our gaze back to ancient times in
    • humanity in its evolution in a still more ancient time, in the time
    • smelling, are sometimes brought in to help. We can see everywhere at
    • higher senses in ancient times, then what I have just depicted, in the
    • consists in a vague longing; it is sometimes quite indefinable, but it
    • time of the Schoolmen — certainly in a highly intelligent way,
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • aware of it, believing the subject to be a very learned one. Sometimes
    • It is most fascinating, and at the same time extraordinarily
    • good imprint of itself on the brain. It certainly has had time during
    • But at the same time we see that the human organisation apart from the
    • feeling ourselves all the time actually at variance with external
    • same time not trouble much about it with one's entire manhood. Then
    • this necessity. But at the same time necessity allows bubbles to arise



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