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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • "Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times."
    • glance towards modern Western civilisation, he might perhaps say to
    • factors and impulses of modern civilisation. And if we knew how to
    • modern life.
    • the dryness and sleepiness of modern times, the relation human beings
    • but appeared only as a tradition in the modern intellectual age.
    • modern man lives and out of which he acts. At most he is led by a
    • What presents itself to the ordinary consciousness of modern man as
    • completely destroyed. This is why modern philosophy and science speak
    • physical body. This centre of destruction within modern Western man
    • standpoint enters into the development of modern civilisation.
    • nothing at all outside this life between birth and death. Modern
    • idea of this. The modern materialistic world-conception is a product
    • knowledge by saying: “You modern Westerners live entirely
    • whereas a modern man might be considered mad if he put it all so
    • thinking, which is the highest attainment of modern times, could not
    • penetrate deeply into the connections of modern life by looking at
    • modern man takes its course between the memory-mirror and the outer
    • although only a crude idea of them can be had by modern thinking.
    • tackle the demands of modern social life; above all we shall not be
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  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • clearly when we look at the modern conception of Christ — if
    • indeed modern times may be said to have any idea of Christ at all.
    • with a certain inevitability this modern thinking leads men to
    • to have meaning for modern man, who has been occupied in developing
    • untruth has thus found its way into modern religious consciousness.
    • Christ God. Modern theology has not the Christ at all; it has only
    • should simply be unable to call ourselves Christians in modern times.
    • is the very thing that modern man needs to learn. There must again be truth
    • form of consciousness in which modern man is born and bred, and which
    • out even to modern men how they carry in them a centre of
    • modern science will have to become permeated with conceptions
    • in the last resort, with a man who has completely absorbed the modern
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • modern hypothetical conception of the end of the world: viz. that
    • self, between birth and death. Modern people simply lack the
    • self, so modern times must find in a right conception of the
    • cosmogonies were thought out in the same way in which modern men
    • everything which modern man requires through the fact that he
    • modern development of mankind is thus connected on the one hand
    • developed today, the modern materialistic cosmologies, are pure
    • Modern mankind must find it, if it wants to come out of the
    • suited to modern men, and although Theosophy speaks of the
    • of modern theology, in which he tried to prove that modern
    • science has already drawn attention to the fact that modern
    • thoroughly understand all that is unchristian. Modern theology,
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
    • Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern
    • modern dryness and sleepiness, the attitude of people toward
    • he could not have acquired directly in our modern intellectual
    • physical body. This centre of destruction exists in the modern
    • from this point of view into the modern evolution of
    • Modern materialism has sprung out of fear and has not the
    • slightest idea that it is so. This modern material
    • words: You modern people of the West live entirely in fear. You
    • Africa will be discussed. He said that mankind's modern
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • modern Western civilization, he might say to its
    • important ingredients, the most important impulses, of modern
    • to find a starting point for trying to get a grip on modern
    • interconnected, and the dryness and indolence of modern
    • longer could exist directly in the modern intellectual age
    • content of the soul, the content of life in which modern man
    • weaves and out of which he acts. At most modern man is led by
    • consciousness of modern man as self-knowledge is only the
    • matter is nowhere completely destroyed. This is why modern
    • body. This source of destruction within modern Western man is
    • stand-point enters into the evolution of modern
    • of masks it works into outer life. It is suited to the modern
    • between birth and death. Modern materialism has arisen out of
    • fear, without having the least intimation of this. The modern
    • his knowledge by saying, “You modern Westerners live
    • in this way were he to return, whereas a modern person might
    • of modern times, could not have come into existence if the
    • penetrate deeply into the connections of modern life by
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • we look at the modern development of the idea of Christ
    • — if indeed modern times may be said to have any such
    • development at all. The truth is that for modern man in the
    • of his intellect, which he now has as his modern
    • with a certain inevitability this modern thinking leads
    • meaning for modern man, who has been occupied in cultivating
    • untruth has thus found its way into modern religious
    • transfers it to the Christ God. Modern theology does not
    • would be unable to call oneself a Christian in modern
    • is the very thing to which modern man must come again. There
    • abstract form of consciousness with which modern man is
    • pointing out even to modern man how he carries in his inner
    • Our modern
    • modern natural scientific way of thinking? He learns that out
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • daily normal life, to ordinary modern science, and that
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • Kant-Laplace theory up to the mineral nature of modern
    • our modern civilization, hastening as it is toward
    • spiritual science. All modern anthropology and things of that
    • our modern age. The damages of today, insofar as they
    • community we test the laws of the earth by the laws of modern
    • characterization of our modern age — that the human
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • expressed in the same way as some modern talented critics do,
    • out that in modern science it is expected by many that
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • our modern time, actually receive in his soul? He receives
    • state of being in which nothing that modern culture
    • competent modern philosopher, one who has not become deranged
    • competent modern philosopher he should understand that the
    • what the modern I encompasses. If one is nevertheless able to
    • modern man experiences is here in the I, and his thoughts are
    • with that one cannot work in this way. A modern theologian
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • feature of modern civilization? The most characteristic
    • him. By developing himself up to modern civilization, man has
    • for the earth. It is very important for modern man to
    • we instruct our children in everything that is modern
    • human beings had now become in our modern age. They said:
    • moderns, however, know that man created God; that is, God is
    • really only one avenue of rescue for this being, for modern
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • animals, and so on. In accordance with conceptions of modern
    • Take the modern
    • self, so modern times must find in a right view of the
    • historical soul, connected with everything that modern man
    • modern evolution of humanity is thus connected on the one
    • nothingness. The modern materialistic cosmologies developed
    • freedom. Modern humanity must find it, if it wishes to
    • suited to modern human beings; although theosophy speaks of
    • Christianity of modern theology, in which he tried to prove
    • that modern theology — including Christian theology
    • fact that modern Christian theology does not understand or
    • thoroughly understand everything that is unchristian. Modern



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