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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • demand. It was by a deliberate calling forth of fear, followed by an
    • radically! But from such a radical characterisation of things we can
    • hypothetically before you. And he would say: “With you, since
    • emphatically between the men of the East and those of the West,
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • soul; and later we are able to call up again pictures of what we have
    • call the laws of nature. But with ordinary consciousness we never get
    • be ill, pathologically ill, if like the atheistic materialist one is
    • words, to an affirmation of what we may call the Father God.
    • not end by gathering up all the natural laws in what is called the
    • the Father — but it calls the Father “Christ,”
    • should simply be unable to call ourselves Christians in modern times.
    • in calling ourselves Christians. It must not be that we make a
    • what we must call the “inner word.” In the words that we
    • receive life. They would together become the so-called flesh colour,
    • own account. All our so-called education and culture has been
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • preserving our own independent existence after death calls for
    • deprive him of freedom; it may call forth inner necessities, but
    • in short, into everything which, symbolically speaking, lies
    • dissolves into fog and mist and theoretically we already find
    • also in history — it shines physically outside, and
    • so-called Christian theologians again and again put together
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • things so drastically. But the drastic character of these
    • schematically [The schematic drawing can
    • placed hypothetically before your souls. He would say: With
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • into his own inner being .Basically this is the world that
    • was by a deliberate calling forth of fear, followed by an
    • be considered foolish if he put these things so radically!
    • hypothetically. He would say, “With you, since you had
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • soul. Later we are able to call up again our memory of the
    • laws that we then call the laws of nature. With ordinary
    • such a creature of nature, which is basically in a kind of
    • words, to an affirmation of what may be called the Father
    • up all the natural laws in what is called the Father God, he
    • it calls the Father “Christ,” because at one time
    • would be unable to call oneself a Christian in modern
    • must again be truth in calling ourselves Christians. One must
    • There we truly penetrate into what must be called “the
    • begins to resound cosmically, as it were, when the inner word
    • way that with which our intellect provides us, we basically
    • together become the so-called flesh color
    • all that is accessible to the intellect. All so-called
    • world of God the Son, which basically has its physical source
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • of consciousness is called “objective cognition”
    • soul itself we live in what I have called the space between
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • existence. These we call the animal species-souls, souls that
    • consciousness, which we call the objective consciousness, to
    • it from the body what one can call a wish to continue what it
    • — which I called the Midnight Hour of Existence in my
    • is true, but the soul lives with them, cosmically lives,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • can call world thoughts. That is not the case, at least not
    • basically embodied in the skin. As soon as we approach the
    • can arrive biographically, I would like to say, at this
    • instincts, our desires, to the so-called lower human nature
    • conscience. Grasped psychologically, this is the actual
    • existence. This lasts until what I called the Midnight Hour
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • thus adopts a mineral consciousness, let us call it, that is,
    • then at what I call the Midnight Hour of Existence man would
    • kind are actually what might be called a mere playing with
    • age basically, however, was an age of darkness.
    • in such a way that he basically has little inner relationship
    • being of man. World and man alternate rhythmically, the human
    • being living both physically and spiritually. For the human
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • what I called a mineral consciousness. It can be called this
    • for outer reasons — call the mineral kingdom a
    • non-living, dead kingdom: but we must also call it a dead
    • attention, however, to a matter that calls for comment, that
    • be related to one another. In what we may call the passage of
    • with his etheric body in the same way as what I have called
    • the human being can be quite practically calculated from the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • call a realm of nature of the future, which does not yet
    • our earth — called in my Outline of Occult Science the
    • it remains unconscious, but it is active. Basically it is
    • states that I have called burning desire, mobile sensitivity,
    • us in our I was felt by a man who suffered tragically in the
    • comprehensible that Nietzsche, who suffered so tragically
    • called in my Occult Science the Jupiter world.
    • present, and future together symbolically by saying: the past
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • I. Then I showed you how what man today can call his bodies
    • immersed but that are not called to do actual self-conscious
    • then, if what we call anthroposophical spiritual science
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • depict the matter schematically, we could render it in this
    • makes life worth living for the cultured, the so-called
    • absorbed from within. Schematically one could draw the entire
    • inner, however, wanders out: what the person calls his inner
    • is presented cosmomorphically; that is, the impressions are
    • might call it, insofar as it is delimited by his skin.
    • alone could justifiably be called air is perceived there.
    • extraordinarily important to call to mind
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • something we may call the relationship to the Mystery of
    • one that we have frequently called the view of
    • call forth inner necessities, but it can never enable the
    • organs, and in short, everything that, symbolically speaking,
    • line of evolution; he looked back historically, he looked
    • back geologically. When he went back still further, however,
    • divine-spiritual in the appearance. We can call to mind the
    • basically the situation of present-day humanity from the
    • basically we already find theoretically in Schopenhauer's
    • civilization, basically only a small number of people have
    • — it shines physically outside and spiritually in
    • when so-called Christian theologians again and again lump

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