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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • — joy which could be enhanced to the point of a complete giving
    • what were from his point of view supremely important constituent
    • know in order to find a starting point for trying to get a grip on
    • was pointed out to the Mystery pupils who were led from the East into the
    • point with every possible emphasis towards this inner human fact.
    • standpoint enters into the development of modern civilisation.
    • that would be pointed out to you by such an ancient sage as I placed
    • are infinitely crude even from the point of view of ordinary
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • comes to the point when he could say: “The world is permeated
    • conception. Thus we come to the point of thinking in a living and
    • Science and Anthroposophy. Yet there are ways in which one can point
    • the earth and disappear. They are backward-pointing men.
    • get beyond ordinary sense-perception and reach the point where
    • permeated through and through with inner life. The centre-point
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • shall view the Mystery of Golgotha from a standpoint arising from
    • and have pointed out that in
    • the situation of present-day mankind from the standpoint of
    • When speaking of Christ, it pointed to the Sun.
    • point of issue will be the knowledge of the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • One may therefore say: Even in regard to this point, external
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • is what he would feel, and from his point of view he would show
    • great deal of what we really need in order to find the point
    • point out most earnestly this human fact.
    • to be found in man. But it must be pointed out already to-day,
    • man of the West; knowledge points it out. It is far worse,
    • from this point of view into the modern evolution of
    • influence of this unconscious fear and reached the point of
    • an old Oriental sage would point out, such a sage as I have
    • evolution is characterised by the fact that the starting point
    • be balanced. Important points of view open out, which are just
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • joy — joy that could be enhanced to the point of a
    • understood) what were from his point of view the most
    • to find a starting point for trying to get a grip on modern
    • was pointed out to the mystery pupils who were led from the
    • not point with the greatest intensity toward this inner human
    • stand-point enters into the evolution of modern
    • infinitely crude, even from the point of view of ordinary
    • said, is characterized by the fact that the starting point
    • wished today to look from a different viewpoint at matters we
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • the present day, he comes to the point at which it is
    • to the point of thinking in a living and spiritual way about
    • pointing out even to modern man how he carries in his inner
    • away with the earth and disappear. They are backward-pointing
    • get beyond ordinary sense perception and reach the point
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • when this soul life is viewed from the viewpoint of
    • explained here from other viewpoints how what is expressed in
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • actually carry man's relation to his environment to the point
    • point, as it were, of ordinary human consciousness. It first
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • point of view of his physical body, we come in the web of
    • thought to his past karma. Looking at man from the viewpoint
    • one is pointed in two different directions — it is
    • pointed in two directions: to Goethe's life before 1790 and
    • psychological viewpoint one compares all that impressed
    • words we point to what we actually have subjectively in our
    • think how it would be if this activity that I have pointed
    • points beyond man, that is, beyond birth and death; it points
    • signs of the times point to the fact that the human being
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • another viewpoint — that when we first ascend into the
    • spirits. We have already characterized from various points of
    • certain viewpoints the way in which the human being goes
    • respects have nothing to orient us, no guiding viewpoint,
    • the point of time when we take on the boundaries of our human
    • possible to give from the most varied points of view a deeply
    • birth. One point of view is to be found in the lecture course
    • today I have been developing another point of view for
    • you. All these points of view are intended to lead to
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • We will take this as our starting point today.
    • that in part have their point of origin in the consciousness
    • also developed only to a certain stage, never to the point to
    • how he has setbacks, even to the point of illness. Everything
    • here on earth as the animal world. At this point, however, we
    • earlier lectures, and also again yesterday, I have pointed
    • something that points the human being back to what is
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • the point of creating a heavenly body, a planet. What the
    • what in the I is still seed-like and as seed must point to
    • lie the seeds for cosmic worlds. The point is merely that we
    • This is revealed also from the viewpoint we took today. We
    • possible points of view, world knowledge is knowledge of man.
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • the point of being able to say: a very special demand is made
    • if we place the human being from the point of view of spirit,
    • merely come to the point of saying to themselves, “I
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • surrendering to a continuous deception. I'd like to point to
    • solidity. Our entire earth is perceived from the viewpoint of
    • depends on the human viewpoint.
    • described yesterday from a different viewpoint. There is
    • from a purely philosophical standpoint in my
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • existence, when we ascend to the point where our will is
    • most varied viewpoints. In the course of the past years, we
    • have already studied a great number of these viewpoints;
    • standpoint arising out of the study of the value of freedom
    • pointing out that in
    • birth and death. The human being has come to the point today
    • standpoint of general consciousness; consequently humanity is
    • Christ. When speaking of Christ, the ancients pointed to the
    • sun. More recent humanity must now not point away from the
    • the path to the Mystery of Golgotha from the viewpoint of



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