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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • culture,” then it must certainly be admitted that but little of
    • the Asiatic culture, the penetration of this primeval element of joy
    • The culture of the countries situated round the North Sea has
    • gradually spread throughout the West and will become a world culture.
    • The centre of gravity of this world culture will be transferred
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • own account. All our so-called education and culture has been
    • with what is dead. This kind of culture is directly opposed to real
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • the same degree of culture and the same soul-constitution he
    • be found in Asiatic culture.
    • appearance of the earlier stage of Greek culture. This kind of
    • in the world around him. The ancient Oriental culture was
    • culture began to spread more toward the West, and Mystery
    • world culture is arising out of the civilisation of the
    • gravity of this world-culture will be transferred from the
    • soul-attitude able to encompass a world-culture. We need faith
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • times of Oriental culture if we are to consider what I wish
    • now, in the phenomena of decline of the Asiatic culture, the
    • the ancient Greek culture. The ancient Eastern world
    • his environment. The ancient Oriental culture was founded
    • later Western culture. In the ancient East, man's inner gaze
    • ancient Oriental culture would have been expressed.
    • now moving to the Pacific. The culture of the regions
    • the West and will become a world culture. The center of
    • gravity of this world culture will be transferred from the
    • culture. We need a trust that will be able to bring into
    • Outer culture will be in need of spiritual deepening. I
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • education or culture
    • what is dead. This kind of culture is directly opposed to
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • around in the darkness of a decaying culture, a decaying
    • from our purely intellectual culture, should have distilled
    • culture. Nietzsche never came to a real comprehension of the
    • culture, he became not a worshipper of Christ but a
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • being encounters today as culture, as civilization, is
    • higher stages of culture and absorb all this into himself, by
    • has formed his soul life in accordance with the culture of
    • state of being in which nothing that modern culture
    • soul, which other people, who live only in today's culture,
    • therefore, what those who live in today's culture do not
    • approach with their I-culture. They do not approach this with
    • their I-culture. The earthly I cannot comprehend the concepts
    • I-culture. If the astral body is here (see
    • the I-culture. It is prevailing more and more.
    • I-culture, which man received first during earthly existence,
    • and the culture that can be acquired through anthroposophical
    • can be taken up through earthly culture, this I-consciousness
    • germinal quality in our declining culture actually can only
    • culture has entered.
    • felt how very necessary it is for the renewal of our culture
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • makes life worth living for the cultured, the so-called
    • cultured, world today, is something that is obliterated upon

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