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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • same standard of education, the same mood of soul, as those of his
    • is still repeated — without any understanding of its
    • wisdom. It is received without understanding, although as an impulse
    • standards.
    • standpoint enters into the development of modern civilisation.
    • never understand one another, because after all with the Asiatic
    • of our time. Intellectual understanding draws the blood from the living
    • crude understanding that has been applied in the last few centuries
    • Mankind stands
    • ahead. The signs of the times stand with menacing significance before
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • understanding, through all the manifold effects they have upon our
    • symptomatic of our times when a theologian of such standing as Adolf
    • recognise even in theology only the Father God, and to understand the
    • experiences each separately, and so he has still an understanding for
    • distinction between subjective and objective loses meaning. We stand
    • understand how this really is, we must envisage it in the following way.
    • an understanding of this inner centre of man in its true significance.
    • end; only then we shall be able to reach an inner understanding of
    • activity of the sun. Such is the relationship in which we stand to
  • 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
    • a certain sense make it our own. But insofar as it stands before
    • stand in regard to the life between death and a new birth? In our
    • had another direction from that of today. If we remain standing
    • not enable him to understand human life on earth. If you take the
    • the situation of present-day mankind from the standpoint of
    • not really understand much about Christianity. For it is deeply
    • Christian theology does not understand anything about
    • thoroughly understand all that is unchristian. Modern theology,
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • misunderstand me. I mean: were a wise man of the ancient
    • civilisation of the East to stand amongst Western people with
    • and would perhaps give people to understand that indeed in his
    • the author of “Zanoni.” We can understand him in his
    • he perceives, with his understanding. He also sees into his own
    • fear. Thus it came about that man stood and stands under the
    • people of Asia will never understand each other, for in the
    • life outside. The coarse, uncouth understanding employed
    • times stand menacingly and significantly before us and tell us:
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • among Western people with the same standard of education, the
    • without any understanding of its innermost nature — in
    • understanding, although as an impulse it actually often flows
    • then be judged by other than conventional standards.
    • stand-point enters into the evolution of modern
    • never understand one another, because with the Asiatic
    • intellectual concepts of our time. Intellectual understanding
    • Humanity stands
    • signs of the times stand with menacing significance before
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • indicate how matters stand with the other side of human
    • and to understand the Gospels themselves as containing no
    • objective loses meaning. We stand with our subjectivity
    • to an understanding of this inner being of man in its true
    • then will we be able to reach an inner understanding of the
    • relationship in which we stand to the cosmos, and so one must
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • ordinary consciousness; to understand the life of the soul,
    • the soul comes to stand outside one; then it can be observed.
    • expression is figurative, but to make this understandable I
    • one stands as if within something real, dives down into our
    • understand it more exactly, when we have accustomed ourselves
    • stand in the sphere of our freedom. Those thoughts that we
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • human environment to show how the human being actually stands
    • forms the animal's soul life, and we can understand animal
    • on to the beings who do not stand beneath the human being in
    • the ranks of the realms of nature but who stand above the
    • understand our etheric body without understanding that we
    • pressing into us. We are not able to understand fully in our
    • Existence we come together with those beings who stand at the
    • the nature of the hierarchy that stands at, the third stage
    • same time, however, we have discovered the world that stands
    • stand within it. In rising to a view of the soul we must
    • for understanding the world and man. Take this as the central
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • middle, for subjective experience, stands feeling.
    • understand it in such a way that we say: in any moment of
    • investigating particularly outstanding personalities
    • understand it; we live in such a way that we draw forth what
    • world becoming. He thus stands within it. These things are
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • stands absolutely in relation to the whole spiritual
    • and ideas at his disposal he is able to understand the
    • understands the mineral world through this mineral
    • guide. One does not arrive at an understanding of our present
    • chauvinism. He who stands within his people with soul —
    • physical organs, but you will understand me if I present this
    • to an understanding of what was once grasped in a dimly
    • these things stand in further relationship to the higher
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • first appears to us as world body, we understand it very
    • nature — which is only an outstanding example — each
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • as we perceive him today we are able to understand something
    • of the cosmos, if we wish to understand in this way these
    • therefore can say that if we wish to understand the being of
    • of the human being, we must awaken an understanding in
    • stand between our present mineral realm, which lies as though
    • be described only as a realm standing above the human realm.
    • those higher spiritual realms that stand in mutual
    • as they were in the past and understand them according to
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • in the intellectual age. The human being understands what
    • able to understand things that you receive as ideas in your
    • competent modern philosopher he should understand that the
    • “under the guidance of standard medicine,” about
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • to our consciousness. We understand, as it were, only little
    • understand thoroughly that the content of what is regarded
    • from a purely philosophical standpoint in my
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • standpoint arising out of the study of the value of freedom
    • certain sense our own. Insofar as it stands in front of us
    • matters stand between death and a new birth? In our last
    • human being remains standing by what he has acquired since
    • standpoint of general consciousness; consequently humanity is
    • understand in the right way how God passed through the human
    • that they do not really understand much about Christianity.
    • fact that modern Christian theology does not understand or
    • thoroughly understand everything that is unchristian. Modern



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