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  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • fact, entered a realm where it is meaningless to speak of subjective and
    • word, the audible word, is not merely subjective, but is something
    • distinction between subjective and objective loses meaning. We stand
    • with our subjectivity in objectivity; and objectivity works in
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • speak of subjective and objective. When you hear another
    • is not merely something subjective but is something placed
    • human beings, the distinction between subjective and
    • objective loses meaning. We stand with our subjectivity
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • subjectively. The thoughts that I mean now confront the
    • plays the subjective thought-weaving (bright) that drowns the
    • subjective weaving of thought. Both, however, are present in
    • objective weaving of thought and the subjective
    • this cosmic thinking with our subjective thinking. We have
    • subjectively in flowing thinking, feeling, and willing.
    • life of thought, from the subjective life of thought, for it
    • to its foreignness compared with our subjective thinking,
    • spirit through thought. The subjective thoughts that we add
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • given on the subject that we can ascend from the day
    • unrelated to our own subjective thought-weaving. This weaving
    • upward we find what we then have subjectively in Imagination.
    • — at first in a subjective way through inner experience
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • the place where our subjective thinking also lies, for we
    • weave the subjective thoughts into this web of thought. The
    • consciousness at all, but because the subjective thoughts,
    • subjectively as soul life. We find it objectified. We find
    • subjective, that on the one side we have the thought
    • middle, for subjective experience, stands feeling.
    • nothing other than subjective experience, shaded in all sorts
    • of ways by outer events, but nevertheless subjective
    • in this subjective experience, that is, in the actual inner
    • our subjectivity within this web of thought. What we
    • actually as if the web of thought were there; the subjective
    • thought, and this web of thought then reflects our subjective
    • thoughts in a helter-skelter way so that our subjective
    • our inner being, we are, in this moment when subjective
    • is within this web of thought also for our subjective
    • thought toward which our subjective thoughts also flow, this
    • words we point to what we actually have subjectively in our
    • subjective thoughts, which we tie to the outer impressions,
    • described? You see, the subjective thought becomes conscious
    • thinking, however, in subjective thinking, we are conscious
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • Existence toward a new life on earth he is subject to cosmic
    • laws, just as here on earth he is subject to earthly laws. We
    • more subject to the directional forces governing the posture
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • we take up a conception that goes beyond the subjective and

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