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  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • objects in a material sense, and following the custom of present day
    • objective. When you listen to your fellow man, when he speaks words
    • distinction between subjective and objective loses meaning. We stand
    • with our subjectivity in objectivity; and objectivity works in
    • objective. It is not our inner being that speaks: our being is merely
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • speak of subjective and objective. When you hear another
    • objective loses meaning. We stand with our subjectivity
    • within objectivity, and objectivity works in us and with us
    • time something objective. It is not our inner being that
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • of consciousness is called “objective cognition”
    • and Intuition. With ordinary objective cognition it is
    • objective cognition. Real cognition can be gained, however,
    • only when one can place the thing to be known objectively
    • penetrating I and astral body of man entirely objectively;
    • we experience as a thought-weaving of an objective nature
    • grasped objectively the first element of the life of the
    • objective thought-weaving. In the place where otherwise the
    • objective thoughts are weaving, we form out of the substance
    • can say that into this objective weaving of thought there
    • physical bodies. We drown the objective thoughts, which are
    • objective weaving of thought and the subjective
    • significance of the objective thought-weaving? When the
    • objective thought-weaving is perceived, when the moment of
    • perceive as objective weaving of thought when we can seize
    • willing. We grasp it objectively, however, by looking into
    • with real objectivity. In waking we enter our etheric and
    • comes to an objective grasp of what is experienced
    • thoughts that is objective. One at first perceives this
    • objective thought-weaving. I said that it can be
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • objectively the human soul life itself, and we found that
    • objective thought region between the physical body and the
    • If we wish to view the spaces between objectively, they are
    • consciousness, which we call the objective consciousness, to
    • Inspiration, we thus arrive at the objectivity of the next
    • objective for this thinking, which is given for Imagination
    • as the objective view of the soul's life.
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • thought is permeated by objective being, that is to say, it
    • objective thoughts do not appear to the ordinary
    • this objective thought organization works upon us during our
    • objectively, therefore, we find what is otherwise in us
    • subjectively as soul life. We find it objectified. We find
    • that we are able to consider it objectively. We find,
    • things objectively, one cannot clarify to oneself the nature,
    • through birth as a web of thought. The objective web of
    • you perceive some outer object, a cube, for example, a
    • thoughts arise in us, led to the region of objective
    • there that we sense as something objective, because it
    • participates. It is also something objective, because it has
    • life, but they also strike against the objective web of
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • limits, there dawns in him a kind of objective conception:
    • penetrate the soul element in its objective nature, so we
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • pedantic, commonplace ideas and obvious objections to which I
    • was not entirely born the objection naturally may be made
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • body. I know that many people raise objections concerning
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • sense of smell. Warmth, perceived objectively outside
    • object in this space. You might as well be in the dark. In a



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