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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • in appropriate moderation in each individual man. Each individual
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • in modern life. In those days they made use of all kinds of growing
    • modesty and humility towards the Macrocosm and its Gods.
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • body. The restless daily bustle of modern life does not allow them the
    • modern life could be dispensed with, and they would find the time to
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • modern spiritual life. It shall be considered from the standpoint I
    • Modern pedagogy, with its efforts to be established on rational lines,
    • especially bears out this fact. Modern pedagogy differs markedly from
    • knows nothing of traditions, but who has entered modern civilization
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • modern physics would be unthinkable. Annexed to this cathedral is the
    • Modern man can experience this again today when he contemplates the Mystery
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • Several hundred years ago, the dawning of the modern scientific age
    • progress is to be made. Natural science opened the modern age for
    • of the modern age. Natural scientists, too, had to face prejudices
    • our modern evolutionary theory. I am referring to the fact that he
    • and principles of modern natural science. But spiritual science widens
    • modern natural science to cover the life of the spirit without even
    • based on the modern natural scientific approach. Just think of
    • Christianity. Anyone familiar with modern culture will find that it is
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • Rudolf Steiner had begun a scaled-down model of the Christ sculpture
    • and Ahriman and that this being was symbol of, and model for, man's
    • consideration we must adopt a mode of perception by which neither
    • the findings of modern physics
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • this quality is perceptible in modern humanity. A man today must be
    • fact that as modern souls we belong to the fifth post-Atlantean epoch
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • form of modern science. It wishes to draw our attention to epochs of human
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • recent centuries, and more especially our modern era, have given a
    • in connection with modern science, yet do not exclusively concern those
    • who takes an all-round interest in modern life. If it were impossible to
    • which require the very conditions presented by modern times for their
    • characteristic of our modern age. Many such examples might be cited.
    • by modern man, in all the useful things which he must introduce into his
    • Society, inspired by the belief that in modern Spiritual Science, or
    • of plant growth. However paradoxical it may sound to the modern ear, it is an
    • the employment of especially developed modes of cognition, and which in
    • modern science it will lead of necessity to Spiritual Science as well. More
    • that such a mode of thinking cannot be called non-Christian.
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • Reality in Modern History, this lecture is also known as
    • The Supersensible Element in the Study of History, Lecture V from Symptom to Reality in Modern History.
    • important matters. Our modern thinking — I say this once again not by
    • way of criticism, but as a pure characterisation — our modern thinking
    • pronouncement of modern science on one subject or another are often
    • is the age of modern civilisation — consists in his receiving into
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • and modes of thinking which we have acquired from our studies of
    • moderate social democratic forces.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • best modern exposition of Goethe and Goetheanism should produce
    • Middle Europe; in other regions of the modern civilised world it was
    • this modern age, he must not only have smelt the fumes of prussic acid
    • times; it is also one of the testings which men of the modern age must
    • outside the purview of the modern State for the very reason that it
    • had nothing to do with modern times. A makeshift separation of the
    • spiritual emptiness of Middle European life and of modern Europe in
    • One need only study mediaeval and modern history in the right way and
    • On the other hand, directly economic life acquired its modern,
    • modern natural science, but then he was inwardly on a retrograde
    • unless he penetrated to some extent into what modern natural
    • in natural science, if he acquired some knowledge of modern natural
    • natural scientific concepts, delves into the stuff that figures as modern
    • jurisprudence current in the modern age. The book written by Ihering on the
    • the result being a monstrosity of human thinking. To study modern
    • of Goetheanism, modern humanity, especially in Middle Europe, absorbed
    • the modern age. It comes to expression in the absence of will from the
    • hewing wood. Do modern men feel that thinking tires them? They do not,
    • for otherwise modern mankind as a community will be incapable of
    • experience, of the spirit appropriate for the modern age? It is
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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • When man is studied by modern scientific thinking, one part only of
    • Tone is, in reality, something that leads the ordinary mode of
    • modern consciousness appears endowed with content only in the form of
    • If you read the literature of modern psychology you will find the most
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • of study today and is alone recognized by modern science as organic in
    • soul, for in modern psychology there really is no longer any such
    • There, on the one side, is the physical world. According to the modern
    • honest modern scientist can find reality.
    • bridge can possibly be built, and what is worse, modern science
    • the world-order. Only if modern science is inconsistent can it accept
    • as described by modern physiology or anatomy. If you really take
    • modern thought has every reason to do so, because otherwise it would
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • abstract modern thinking has become when it uses abstract words for
    • habits of thought prevailing in modern humanity can be induced to give
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • Now, we must realize that modern humanity is permeated by Ahriman. Ahriman
    • popular for modern times and has taken hold of all circles of people who
    • stage. Lucifer is the power trying to bring into the modern
    • picture of the external world. Thus the impoverished human being of modern
    • modernday astronomy and other branches of natural science, and realize that
    • ahrimanic-typhonic light, so modern human beings, because they are
    • wind and weather, in the storms of winter, so modern human beings, if they
    • ahrimanic. Modern human beings must understand the mystery of Christmas in
    • problems of modern civilization is not that we have lost Christ, who stands
    • many modern people Christmas is nothing more than a festival for giving and
    • habit. Like so many other things in modern life the Christmas festival has
    • nothing more than a phrase that modern life is so full of calamities and
    • This is in truth the deeper reason for the chaos in our modern life.
    • to experience the new Isis legend within modern humanity. Lucifer kills
    • human beings find the power represented by the holy Sophia. The modern age
    • been killed by all that arose with the modern consciousness of humankind.
    • This is the mystery of modern humanity: Fundamentally speaking, Mary-Isis
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • clairvoyance and proceeds through the state found in our modern
    • differing, modes of knowledge. Let us turn our attention for the
    • not the abstract mechanical thing it has become for modern humanity.
    • Our modern conceptions of these things are by no means always
    • What the juice of the Soma is, modern books profess not to know.
    • modern man has a premonition of this, as had Novalis, he does not know
    • all that still rises up out of our inner being as the modern
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • in modern times, drawing indeed, in a certain sense, the ultimate
    • necessary consequences of the whole trend and spirit of modern
    • or other ancient teaching, but works absolutely on the principles of modern
    • modern times — and the results of this natural science carry
    • was not thrust so far out of himself as he is by the modern scientific
    • regions. A very distinguished scientist of modern times has spoken of the
    • significance is revealed — namely, that with our modern knowledge of
    • consciousness of self, has been achieved by him only in modern times;
    • world — we must cross what constitutes for modern man the Threshold.
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • Palladium can again be made to shine must be born out of modern
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • to express Man in a symbol. If one seeks the nearest modern words to
    • ‘Alpha, Beta,’ into modern language we could say: ‘Man in his
    • them to modern speech by setting up B, C, D, F, and so forth, as
    • Now of what does modern life consist? When we look back from these
    • modern times upon mankind's life in primeval times, we still find an
    • he longed for liberation from the abstraction of modern times, from
    • understand Goethe's intense yearning for the South. In modern school
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • they are so utterly different from earthly conditions. Man models his
    • independently and yet side by side for modern consciousness today, are
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • in earlier ages. Nothing of the same kind is present in modern
    • Of this modern man is all unconscious. When the Greek approached his
    • from that of modern man. The latter at most expresses his very
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • modern consciousness which is intellectual, conceptual. Our own historical
    • modern man might find fantastic but, nevertheless, pictures. And man knew
    • he knew: and he knew it from those pictures which to modern man would
    • to ‘before’. Thus, as modern people, we take part in super-earthly
    • Thus modern man cannot develop the same sort of humility that he needed in
    • immediately after death.’ A more modern man, who has meanwhile lived
    • fully man. For as a modern man your inner task is the working-out of what has
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • anthroposophy will be something that can take hold of modern
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • If antimony is introduced into the human organism in a moderate dose
    • Injecting the remedy intravenously or sub-cutaneously is the mode of
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • through the communications of modern spiritual Science.
    • How much is yet to come to the humanity of modern time through looking
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • modern man finds it very difficult to understand that the first men
    • book in which he tried to prove that modern theology is no longer
    • nothing of death. Modern man experiences the intellect. Intellect
    • modern speech, which has already become abstract. For this reason, I
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • We should not forget that the modern stage is not favourable to the
    • Whereas in a modern play so much depends on scenery, decorations, etc.
    • (a modern writer generally gives a detailed description of the stage
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • not forget that the modern stage is not favourable to the effect
    • the modern theater so much depends on scenery, props, etc., when
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • beings who had to keep themselves pure in their mode of life and in
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • pattern of Mathesis. They regarded Mathesis as a model or a
    • the mathematician, according to the model and pattern of the
    • herself shall envy me. With this model and the key thereto one can
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • mentality. Modern man knows quite well that when a magnetic needle
    • as it is to modern humanity, is relatively easy to attain; and it will
    • methods of modern spiritualism must, of course, be avoided. When the
    • complete reversal. And because modern science fails to grasp it and it
    • communion with the spiritual world. If modern men had not so entirely
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • vision than modern man. I will remind you of only one thing about old
    • of course, the way of a modern materialist) means by catharsis a
    • of man, gained not through a modern way of knowledge, but from the
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • A Turning-Point in Modern History
    • A TURNING-POINT IN MODERN HISTORY
    • modern spiritual life.
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • willing and doing with the Christ Impulse. Our modern astronomy and
    • modern chemist, says he can make nothing of a certain recipe which is
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • shadow-intellect that is characteristic of all modern culture has
    • modern science. In our age it never occurs to man that his being
    • Sun has grown up which is really modelled wholly upon earthly
    • body, a great deal more is happening than modern science dreams of.
    • Modern science is of the opinion that the forces all originate from
    • realise that the forces of heredity described by modern science are
    • the forces which modern humanity is so proud to possess, he was in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • speak the word Tree. In your ear, in organs formed and modelled after
    • to the whole man. Increasingly in modern time we have come to regard
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • if we look at the chief damages created by modern civilization, they
    • modern civilization who, out of anti-social impulses, shout about
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • life. Modern Spiritual Science, the ideas of which we will try briefly
    • — not by means of modern habits of thought, but with faculties
    • it will be particularly difficult for modern man to understand is
    • was spoken, of as the ‘Christ.’ As the modern age
    • achievements of the modern age will realise that it has been attempted
    • spiritual Being. What, therefore, has the Christ become to modern
    • by the social imagination of man. According to the most modern
    • something of which it can make no use; for what is modern research to
    • however, the modern mind can only relegate to the realm of poetry.
    • evolution. In contrast to this, if we consider the whole mode of
    • pre-Christian times can only be understood by one who, through modern
    • events of modern history were taking their course. It was intended to
    • what to make of the results of modern research. The wonderful thing
    • modern times. But the lectures on
    • conception have reached a point where this mode
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • either of clear or vague premonitions, in various domains of modern
    • again we find Mystics describing the nature and mode of their
    • natural and spiritual worlds. But there is a higher mode of knowledge.
    • of the views of modern science.
    • world behind the world of sense. And so he wrote a modern version of
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • us in modern times to have any true conception of the first three or
    • Very little real understanding of Plato is shown in modern text-books
    • is little real understanding of Platonic philosophy. Modern
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • course, some kind of education must be offered to man. Modern
    • temptation. Let us think of this. When a modern painter paints this
    • they find as a model, outside, in Nature; thus the inner
    • psychological art (this is the name given to it by many modern
    • modern civilisation. Then war broke out. These prominent people
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the forms which are to be seen on fragments preserved in modern
    • its prototype or model exist anywhere in the world?
    • modern age become mature enough to understand the nature of such a
    • correctly, in the way demanded by the modern age, we cannot help
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • The old experience of Sin: the modern man has it no
    • longer. Sin, for the man of modern time, lives in a world of abstract
    • modern History, in that ancient world in which the Mystery of
    • as modern Science conceives; for within the outer form, however like
    • future, from the standpoint of the initiate of modern time. I
    • When the modern initiate enters into the Sciences of our
    • Science, the more he feels his soul to die within him. For the modern
    • acquires knowledge about the world in the manner of modern Science,
    • reason why, whenever he acquires knowledge in the modern sense, he
    • just when he rises to the highest points of modern scientific
    • of modern Science, modern wisdom. And we recognise; These thoughts
    • This is what the modern initiate discovers, and it is a
    • comes before the soul in modern time with all intensity, just when
    • Yet if as initiates of modern time we fill ourselves with
    • then we experience in modern Initiation the resurrection of dead
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • mockery for modern man to imagine he can understand anything of the
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • whose nature a much more highly spiritual mode of knowledge is
    • thought emanating from the world of science. Modern scientific
    • model, or deduced from experiments.
    • the Heavens modeled upon their conception of the Earth, in contrast
    • so in the darkness there arose a new mode of knowledge and a new
    • try now by means of historical documents and an external mode of
    • happenings, these beings were not the creations of fantasy as modern
    • realm of an astute but at the same time material mode of thought. And
    • modern age this astral region has become a veritable Paradise of the
    • incomprehensible to the modern mind. Luciferic elements in the form
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • fettering of the legs in this case I mean the presence of modern
    • the special followers of the modern psychoanalysts, will sometimes
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • acquainted with the nature of that thinking which underlies the mode
    • belong indeed to the realm of the modern superficial judgment which
    • those which are expressed through modern natural science about this
    • ordinary modern concepts. It is therefore useful to recollect
    • might be as much common understanding among modern men as, let us
    • which the modern man, who is somewhat more narrow-minded than the
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • come about in modern times. But at that time there was indeed a
    • modern times know, to be sure, about these entirely different
    • That decadence of man which is expressed in the modern attitude to
    • the most modern attitude to sexual problems, of this nothing was yet
    • in the finer substantiality. Naturally, for the modern clever man it
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • within us in which we believe, which we profess as modern men, that
    • something that is deeply justified in the impulses of the modern
    • such things with the modern abstract words. For such things it is
    • chuckling and said: ‘What modern humanity should take as a real
    • keynote in our modern times. Words today are far removed from their
    • evils indeed, of our time, rests on the fact that modern humanity
    • And so the owl ... I mean the modern scientific profundity, sees in
    • these the being at the left above the modern Isis Statue chuckles and
    • speaks of man? Of what does even a great part of modern fiction
    • modern, the much renowned modern theory of evolution is nothing
    • disdainful rejection that modern journalistic folly attaches to the
    • that it is false what the modern profound scientific method has to
    • in life one becomes older. As a matter of fact modern mankind only
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • friends, in many respects to its advantage, modern mankind knows
    • one shares the air out-breathed by the other. Modern men have become
    • as modern humanity forms its abstract, its straw-like abstract,
    • instance, one can very well hear: the fundamental principle of modern
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • thoughts and ideas which the modern age has brought and of which it
    • modern times into scientific thought or the life of the State. Now he
    • than they are now, one could look at modern science and modern
    • ancient times it was perceived. It is only that modern times are such
    • ancient times nature itself brought it in its course, in modern times
    • symbolize for us the socialism to which modern mankind is striving —
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • complexity. Our modern science, which is made popular and so can
    • from all the current ideas that we have today, that modern culture
    • as in a great world machine. But for the modern clever men what has
    • merely calculate, as the modern mathematical astronomer does, the
    • so in the other stars. Such a universe as modern astronomy fabricates
    • instance, of which modern astronomy knows nothing. It knows nothing
    • is not formed on the model of the whole universe, does not
    • abstractly, as modern science does, but regard him as picture in his
    • Middle Ages and modern times through poets and musicians — a
    • come when modern natural science which is so fitted for spirituality
    • heart-science; the modern age has had no gift for transforming into
    • life. And that is the modern socialism, expressed as
    • the least of all fitted for guiding men in the modern epoch, is
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • Modern natural science,
    • feel-through something. Here too, you see, is a point where modern
    • once. Just imagine if a modern man had the idea of learning
    • frame of mind of modern men. The feelings of modern men lie along
    • be a straightforward, direct mode of thinking. But a thinking that is
    • is unwilling to consider this; for modern man believes (forgive me if
    • Ages still saw angelic Intelligences. Modern Astronomy does not of
    • oneself a poet, not as the modern natural scientists are perhaps,
    • to be materialistic with modern science! For it is a funny way of
    • going through life if one takes modern science materialistically, and
    • ideas that modern science can develop, that there is only a material
    • modern acuteness gets to the point of again and again defending the
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • and mode of our behavior towards the etheric body. Our life is not
    • not be used by the modern human being. Quite the contrary, meditation
    • consideration the fact that modern man is much more closely united
    • consider life as it passes through repeated incarnations. Our modern
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • is one that is particularly observable in modern cultural life —
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • modern historian infers that human beings must always have possessed
    • Those who embark upon a study of Goethe equipped with the modern
    • The modern physicist rejects Goethe because he lives in the very
    • We men of modern times must learn to make a clear distinction between
    • The arrogant scientist of modern times will say: ‘Yes, but that
    • itself. The poet of modern times has to give language artistic form
    • confusing elements born of modern scholarship such men have divined
    • Modern scholarship, with its limited outlook, tells us that the
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • intelligible to modern civilisation and culture, and I know, too, how
    • which have helped to make modern science great. Modern science has
    • modern research.
    • the boundaries of modern science. Moreover it is recognised that the
    • whole mode of thinking, the faculty of cognition, the power of
    • barrier is reached. Anthroposophy is in complete accord with modern
    • mode of breathing, strove all the time to be fully conscious in and
    • disciplined mode of perception. Offence is caused when these worlds
    • in amateurish fashion. This particular brand of modern superstition
    • which, in face of the modern longing for science, can lead into these
    • a scientist in the modern sense, believing in the conservation of
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times.
    • the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times.*
    • the view of explaining the modern life of the spirit and its
    • characterises the modern life of the spirit.
    • in mind a few things which characterise this modern life of the
    • modern life of the spirit is intellectualism, the intellectual,
    • Modern thinkers could
    • is customary in modern science, if we observe how certain ideas which
    • direction, we shall realise that the ordinary modern life of the
    • the modern philosophers because they have taken up within them the
    • disorderly thoughts contained in modern scientific writings, it does
    • extraordinary influence upon modern human beings and discipline their
    • spiritual development of our modern times, we must penetrate into
    • knowledge, which then became the contents of the modern
    • penetrate into the modern development of science, and it occurred at
    • and scientific mentality of modern times, but it was submitted to
    • nineteenth century. Those who study modern spiritual science should
    • phenomenon of the modern materialistic life of the spirit thus
    • do not grasp the modern development of the spirit, we do not grasp
    • states incisively, in a modern garment, to be sure. du Bois-Reymond
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  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • the world. In our modern civilisation we find that what is contained
    • undoubtedly the characteristic of the modern epoch. We may study
    • may therefore say: The modern civilisation, which began in the
    • knowledge of modern times. Even if, with the aid of the more exoteric
    • be really significant for what rises out of our modern civilisation
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • language from the significance attaching to them in modern chemistry.
    • Indeed if we try to connect the conceptions of modern chemistry with
    • happening. And in modern man the process is there just the same, only
    • adopted by modern science, did not exist for the thinkers of olden
    • sulphur-processes spoken of by modern chemistry are those which the
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • modern and particularly in European culture. This low point may be
    • of egoism came over the whole modern civilisation, I do not speak
    • something quite different from that which constitutes our modern
    • longing for freedom which is the prerogative of modern humanity. One
    • You see, modern man
    • than modern men suppose, and more than can in any way be grasped
    • through modern medicine, with its abstract way of thinking, even
    • Modern philosophers
    • this. We must be quite clear that when the modern civilisation arose,
    • any way painted after a model, for it is something in which the old
    • The more our modern theologians look upon Jesus of Nazareth as a
    • observe what has thus swept over modern humanity, with the result
    • modern times, we do not only sleep when we lie in our bed at night
    • the human being? Why does the modern intellect believe that as far as
    • the human constitution is concerned sleep is the same for modern man
    • moment of waking up. In these modern times, the human soul then
    • last thing, before they go to bed! Yet a modern man should say to
    • we should have the great modesty of recognising that the experiences
    • Hierarchies. Man's great temptation in modern times is the modern
    • character, something that reckoned with the egoism of modern times.
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  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • curriculum of modern universities. It is a relic, a heritage from an
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • case. Only the completely materialistic people of modern times
    • The physical serpent, such as we see it to-day, and as modern
    • without any pride, we should realise modestly and humbly the great
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • modern man, is, as it were, covered by his ordinary consciousness, we
    • withdrawn into subconscious spheres in the case of modern man, and
    • speaks in this manner, as explained just now. Modern man, who merely
    • permeated with modern anthroposophical ideas, so that it will once
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • longer provide what modern man's inner life requires and the dignity
    • ones responsible for the direction and whole nuance of the modern
    • that the modern way of knowledge has produced objective physics,
    • modern external life and practice during the past few centuries,
    • But modern humanity
    • But conceited modern man not only wants to retain his fallen status;
    • afflicts modern human wills, despite their seeming activity, which is
    • characteristics of modern civilization and culture are qualities that
    • close to it, and it can be stated in all modesty that no reason
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    • modesty as regards the things contained in it, so that we feel constrained to
    • it’ — but one must have such humility, such modesty, that one
    • the least endowed with this modesty. They either explain what they find in
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    • Modern
    • man, with his materialistic mode of thought, laughs at the idea that
    • certain extent connected, in that even modern medicine reckons with
    • and modeled the rhythm of his astral and etheric bodies on the cycle
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    • cognisant of the reality. A man of the modern age does not know that
    • Evolution leading into our modern scientific age with
    • magnificently by Kepler. But the nearer we come to modern
    • modern men that there is still a possibility of gleaning from the
    • The nearer we come to the modern age the more is
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    • humanity in modern civilisation.
    • inaugurator of the dawn of the modern age, had been previously
    • the decline of Mars were responsible for bringing modern natural
    • Christian Rosenkreutz at the time when the approaching modern age was
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    • obsolete. Repose of the physical body is the requirement of modern
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    • there is no more remodelling of the brain. All that happens is growth
    • of this or that standpoint but by applying the modes of knowledge
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    • gaze out into the world but in modern life we cannot direct this gaze
    • different from those accepted by modern statistical biology which
    • very obvious, for example when modern physics no longer concerns
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    • health. Life in the spiritual world depends upon the mode of our life
    • in the spiritual worlds depends upon the mode of our life in the
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    • those of which the modern world is so proud, including the idea of
    • think of this cosmic nebula or something similar. These modern
    • Anyone thoroughly attuned to modern education will perhaps be unable
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    • spiritual world, whereas a modern philosopher is by necessity a
    • his thoughts and the mysteries of the world. In modern times there
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    • it became possible for moderation to be implanted in the vital organs
    • sense-organs, so moderation was now bestowed on the vital organs.
    • exoterically; it arose because the moderating of planetary influence
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    • cannot go now into the follies of modern scholarship. The
    • said by modern authors. People do not reflect how not only
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    • spiritual world. Of course I know very well that if modern
    • Sibyls had to be moderated; it had to be permeated by the Christ
    • Impulse; and in this moderated form it had to reappear, so that it
    • something like a modern Sibyl emerged in the Maid of Orleans. It was
    • see — who felt deeply that the Earth is not as modern
    • living being, endowed not merely with a body, as the modern
    • have no modern Astronomy or Physics: he is Johannes Kepler. And
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    • colouring. The modern investigation of historical evolution, the
    • forces active in our karma. Thus the historian, the modern
    • modern materialistically coloured history.
    • modern man. Thought lived in Socrates, Plato, even in Aristotle quite
    • thought-life is still essentially different from that of modern
    • colour is revealed to modern man. The Greek perceives the thought; he
    • must not speak of such a mode of thinking as is normal today, but of
    • way the modern philosopher thinks, they thought as today we see,
    • of the modern philosopher. The modern philosophers have a long way to
    • modern sense, is nonsense ... he perceived thoughts.
    • Modern man can hardly imagine
    • think at all in the modern sense, and yet it is a fact. In order that
    • thinking in the modern sense might take root in the modern human
    • born. But in modern times it comes to actual self-consciousness in
    • wonderful way. It is a model example of how what is brought to us by
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    • certain deeper foundations of world-mysteries of which in modern
    • think only of the modern conception of the planetary system: that it
    • things were revealed to our ancestors in those days. Modern man has
    • fortress that modern scientists know nothing essential about
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    • science for humanity, and in particular for modern man. And in order
    • objections against spiritual science, arising from our modern
    • are infested with modern learning, think that many centuries ago
    • the case of a modern man who cannot take up ideas concerning the
    • disconnected. Modern men are naturally very proud of their thinking
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    • completely materialistic people of modern times boast of the great
    • today, and as modern painters always paint it when they depict the
    • realize without any pride, we should realize modestly and humbly,
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    • Now, it is a great prejudice of the modern materialistic
    • Through the modern materialistic mode of investigation
    • one comes very easily to such a preconception. But this mode of
    • in the physical world — especially our modern materialistic age
    • Even the modern physiologist, working in the laboratories, knows that
    • it is not as it is with the artist who simply uses a model —
    • who simply imitates the model; but, rather the real artist knows
    • arise, even in this modern Age, as if through an act of grace —
    • and even to-day, the modern painters still occasionally do
    • more naturalistic man, because this is modern ... Impressionism,
    • anyone — by adopting not only the modern materialistic
    • — even those written by the most significant modern scientists,
    • in the case of Dr. Th. Ziehen, the well known modern psychiatrist
    • This is all as it should be. Modern science does not
    • this modern materialistic Age of ours “What is a true concept?”
    • things about him, oneself! If you will study our modern life
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    • modern human thinking, but which nevertheless belongs to the most
    • of spiritual knowledge that are really somewhat remote from modern
    • which are super-sensible, invisible. The modern materialistic mind of
    • take something neutral — what does modern man understand by the
    • future higher forms. The ‘ I ’ will remodel and
    • etheric or life-body, by transforming it and remodeling it into what
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    • would have become of many physical things in modern times, if this
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    • Angels. These are Beings who are occupied in remodeling their astral
    • modern Spirit of the Age. All you may read in Dutch history —
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    • Spirits of Motion which is so arranged that it models the earth in
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    • the one you will find in modern books, for the latter is even more
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    • world. But it still works into modern human bodies, and from a
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    • may be called modern philosophy, modern spiritual research, and that
    • from then on, this modern spiritual research will be fertilized in a
    • tendency, and this enables him to understand modern Spiritual Science
    • evolution of modern times. One part only of a greater whole has been
    • conscientiously. Take all that the most modern science with the
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    • how that which modern physics, with its unimaginative charts, casts down into
    • established a theory of colours — remote, it is true, from the tenets of modern
    • the shadowy thoughts of modern times will become spidery creatures having a
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    • independent. This is not put forward from want of modesty, but merely
    • necessary to look first at the modern method of thought in natural
    • modern natural science leaves off. Humanity is indebted to the view of
    • to that of natural science. The mode of thought used by the
    • investigator sets out from this mode of thinking. In my books, The
    • modern spiritual research discovers from the facts of spiritual life,
    • modern times, has very often led people away from a religious
    • artistically out of the most modern of materials, concrete. The
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    • man of the modern age is to have thoughts, he must exert himself
    • ‘democratic’ character. What modern men acquire as that
    • those days. To the orthodox modern scientist the Sun is a ball of gas
    • understood the nature of the human heart. In the modern age we learn
    • deliberately sought, and for this it is necessary for modern humanity
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    • Modern reproductions make it even more possible to reach some insight
    • models in order to create his forms. An inner knowledge gave them the
    • the present day we should have no feeling for the very different mode
    • of experience of the Greeks. But, that mode being given, anyone who
    • the modern age, the age that is of materialism. Man's senses
    • stands at the opening of the modern age in the same relation to art
    • These Sibyls are very peculiar figures and modern Christianity will
    • utter; often little more intelligible than we get from modern
    • as is so common with modern artists we shall never get the individual
    • sketches and drawings, and also the wooden model of the dome which
    • model of his own construction. This dome was to express what in the
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    • strengthen ourselves against the harmful influences of modern
    • Their Bearing on Modern Culture
    • Modern life” — as we call it —
    • common knowledge that ever since the onset of this modern life, men
    • modern life. We must come to feel that Spiritual Science is a
    • necessary counter-balance for elements in modern life that have an
    • stages of initiation is in a position to allow the effects of modern
    • him more deeply about what this modern life signifies for the human
    • of modern life, and at the very outset I must utter a word of
    • I must strictly protect myself from all the influences of modern
    • of the adjuncts of modern life may come into contact with my bodily
    • face of these influences. Any kind of advice to withdraw from modern
    • like to withdraw from modern life into communities where they will be
    • that it is armed against the influences of modern life, can hold its
    • surrounding us in modern life. In nightly sleep, we sink into this
    • Now this modern life, as we call it, was not always part
    • modern life. How does external culture speak of this phenomenon?
    • in our modern age. Then at last — so it is said — men
    • That is modern technical science; it arises because men have come to
    • Nature and upon life. So they fill modern life with products of the
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    • problems with which modern life is fraught is explained to some
    • at all events — are incarnated today in the peoples of modern
    • impossible to find a point of contact with modern modes of thinking.
    • The modern mind is altogether perverted by the kind of thought that
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    • him. From the standpoint of modern natural science it is easy to say
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    • physical body of modern man — and this is already the case from
    • humanity. We modern people therefore carry about with us a corpse.
    • modern science and in which he takes so great a pride? Only lifeless
    • configuration of modern civilization, the different currents of our
    • During my present visit, I pointed out to you how selfishly modern
    • This egoistic character of our modern world conception depends on
    • that modern people must become more and more conscious of the real
    • egoistic. Consider how much a modern priest must reckon with people's
    • easily he reaches his aims. Among modern people we do not really find
    • way in which modern people think about God in the different
    • taught in schools which are not the product of modern civilization,
    • in the present time we are not being educated in keeping with modern
    • modern life. We should be aware of this. We should feel the
    • Roman life fills modern law. Sometimes the old native law comes into
    • parenthesis that many women collect modern concepts only in regard to
    • modern; but everything else is antiquated; it is something which we
    • character of our culture and the Roman character of modern
    • In regard to modern culture, we should therefore consider, in
    • future. As modern people we should realize that in the same way in
    • far more difficult to understand. But for modern people it suffices
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    • the general course of modern civilisation will inevitably involve the
    • as this may sound, it is the modern world-conception, based on
    • prevalent in modern civilisation will again lead to experience of the
    • connection with the modern outlook on life, based on natural science.
    • modern scientific thought. But for the most part a terrible
    • modern man evoked by natural science.
    • increase with furious speed, and in the chaos of modern civilisation
    • someone acquainted with the modern scientific outlook on the world
    • conception of the world based on modern natural science. We had
    • out of modern intellectuality, but the further we enter into this
    • Nothing, perhaps, shows more clearly the materialism of modern times,
    • quite unworkable. All such things bring modern civilisation up
    • just out of what matures in human souls as a result of modern
    • can absorb from modern culture — that culture which today is
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    • CAN THE DESTITUTION OF SOUL IN MODERN TIMES BE OVERCOME? —
    • attitude is demanded by modern life find spiritual science
    • relationships, belongs to the fifth post-Atlantean epoch; and modern
    • Towards this, modern man is developing; he is no longer
    • individual, and particularly in our modern age of the consciousness
    • And in the age which prompted by modern life feels the
    • sound way even from sickness back to health; whereas modern man
    • what science tells them. The complications of modern life make this
    • and clear vision make them fully aware of what dangers modern man is
    • saying that spiritual science will, as it were, remodel the human
    • lead humanity in the direction towards which modern life is striving
    • a little book which I bought. The subject of it is modern man, what
    • the many advantages of modern times which make life easy and
    • and rush of modern life, but also upon its increased possibilities;
    • quote: “It is strange that a description of our modern
    • impulse in modern humanity may find its right outlet. And among
    • inclinations, confuse it with still more doubtful symptoms of modern
    • penetrate and further the life of modern humanity to the greatest
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    • Ancient Yoga and Modern Initiation. The translator is
    • phases to become what may be described as modern man's consciousness of the
    • downstream he, as modern, clever man, feels his legs stepping out in that
    • This is not the path modern man should seek into the spiritual
    • All modern exercises in meditation aim at entirely separating
    • This is how modern meditation differs
    • Let this be the modern man who has attained super-sensible knowledge (second
    • modern man to form an adequate idea of the extremes to which such
    • exercises were carried by ascetics in former times. Modern man prefers to
    • knows how modern man generally reacts to some slight hurt, then it is
    • Those concerned with modern
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    • When modern theology
    • spiritual. Incredible as it may appear to modern man it is a fact that in
    • between an external, sense-derived science, and faith. Modern theology is
    • number of modern theologians would have it to be — then we ought
    • necessary outcome of the teaching of modern theology, if only people took
    • it was what it is asserted to be by modern theology, which wants always
    • to associate itself with modern science; then Christianity has no
    • unhappiness to mankind in the modern age? Should it not go together with
    • lying and deception in modern culture is due to the fact that we
    • modern science which obviously can never make appeal to such a
    • side by side. And the materialism of modern theology — that too is
    • cherished by the modern materialistically minded man towards the truth,
    • up from the earthly to what is beyond the earth. The man of modern times
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    • Agriculture especially is sadly hit by the whole trend of modern
    • spiritual life. You see, this modern spiritual life has taken on a
    • the whole Universe. The several spheres of modern life have suffered
    • it not for the fact that in spite of all the modern science a certain
    • and you have so-called silicon. This substance is included by modern
    • rain and days without rain. As to the rain, the modern physicist
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    • of modern chemistry about them is scarcely more than our knowledge of
    • the oxygen. A modern materialist will only speak of oxygen such as he
    • principle. They are therefore very different from what our modern
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    • tree from the outside. Naturally enough, in modern time, when all insight
    • spheres of life, we must try to supplement genuine modern achievement
    • well in modern times to treat the manure in various ways with inorganic
    • the plant-world had had it before him as a model, to show him how to
    • combined in a truly model way with potash, not only works magnificently
    • amount to — the customary modern methods of improving the manure?
    • we can know precisely what happens in the organism in terms of modern
    • devices that are pursued in the chemical laboratories of modern agriculture,
    • who have studied academic agriculture from the modern point of view
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    • Modern
    • are affected by the, owing to the modern conditions of life, of certain
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    • the real advantage of the vegetarian mode of life. It makes us stronger
    • who incline towards the food question. You know that in modern time
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    • with the earth; but modern people are no longer able to
    • closed to the external world. Modern people also view the
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    • out how these impulses and forces developed at the dawn of modern spiritual
    • modern spiritual striving, we will consider, once again, an important
    • starting point for modern spiritual life, which we have already considered
    • into the forces that are at work in modern souls, we are compelled to
    • Mystery of Golgotha on the part of modern humanity. First of all, a small
    • streams were thus allowed to flow on into modern history: what the Templars
    • important for all the succeeding centuries of modern times. If it had been
    • streams we have indicated in modern history, deep inwardness of life
    • for the impulse of modern materialism, all this also continues to live on as
    • has actually been taking place in modern times.
    • alone, but as one of the spiritual grounds of modern materialism — has
    • to be understood if one would acquire an inner understanding of modern
    • it came about that in modern times, while certain individuals were inspired
    • And the result has been that, since the rise of modern times, mankind has
    • we want to do is to look at history objectively. The events of modern times
    • The religious life of more modern times, that turns Man's gaze more and
    • harm and loss — by modern materialistic physiology and biology. That is
    • strength of the Ahrimanic-Mephistophelian stream which entered modern
    • modern evolution, to this materialistic age must be added what can be
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    • fully judge the achievement of our modern times, resulting from
    • mentality of modern times.
    • You know that recognised modern psychology does not go beyond certain
    • soul. Most frequently of all modern psycho-physicists speak of
    • Though somewhat modified, modern science also adopts this view, but
    • There is one essential point which should be borne in mind: In modern
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    • that modern natural science makes fun of — underlying the
    • evolution of modern humanity around the middle of the fifteenth
    • evolution. This is something modern man longs for if he is honest
    • modern man. Modern man must work for spiritual vision in the way I
    • do not wish to be so immodest as to suggest or maintain that the
    • phrases. Modern man needs these facts.
    • sense of the word, as an attempt (we mean this modestly) to bring
    • modern man understand his being in the way he longs to. Therefore
    • imitate when we chose them for a model.
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    • modern thought, and see how powerful it is in all the varied
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    • of the human organism. It is a general assumption of modern natural
    • over. Another great error in modern thought is to imagine that one
    • accomplished so much for the whole of modern civilisation — to
    • modern culture: “In that man is placed on Nature's pinnacle, he
    • more modern times that this has fallen into the background. The man
    • In modern times we have seen how Western
    • thinking-system, has been deprived of this Cosmos by modern
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    • and hearts in the course of the centuries. But in the modern
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    • re-model our ways of thinking, to try a new way of regarding the
    • not want to come to new modes of conception. The anthroposophic view
    • of the world wanted to prepare mankind for such new modes.
    • necessary to overcome these old forms, re-modelling one's whole soul
    • and is very different in modern man. The human beings of the past had
    • sacred for the modern man. He should feel: I come from the spiritual
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    • what we call the Divine in the world order. But for a modern man who
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    • see that in ordinary modern life people do not do such things as would
    • themselves a chance in the restless bustle of modern life; they do
    • will see how many things that are done in the bustle of modern life
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    • a spiritual stream. The modern spirit, which yesterday I allowed
    • Anschauung a priori), a mode of intuition given to man prior to
    • mode of perceiving the qualities of colours and tones, for example
    • is called modern or synthetic geometry.” You see, when one
    • not think of himself as he does to-day. Modern man has, on the one
    • of modern science into the constitution of his soul.
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    • night, 1922/23. The second Goetheanum, modelled by Rudolf Steiner not
    • work by mere imitation, copying a model, but one recreates by
    • mode of feeling, in cognition and artistic expression, must be able
    • model; he must actually be able to experience inwardly the forces
    • yield to a mode of cognition that does not pass over into art. The
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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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    • 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
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    • humanity and one which it is exceeding difficult for the modern
    • written a book in which he has tried to prove that modern
    • rate in modern times, do not understand to what they refer. In
    • We in modern times
    • clothing them in the abstract words of modern language. That is
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    • Middle Ages, from which the modern one derives, is essentially contained
    • modern world conception, for man no longer considers ideas and
    • by asking someone who is firmly rooted in modern culture: —
    • continued. In a modern world conception, everything consists of
    • modern man (he does not know this, because he does not concern himself
    • Nominalism — or better, the victory of Nominalism in our modern
    • entire process of the loss of spirit in our modern civilization. Take
    • modern humanity has lost the capacity of finding something spiritual
    • atheists like the modern ones. Their atheism was not clearly defined.
    • during the passage from medieval life to modern life. A chief quality
    • divine spiritual being of the Christ. Modern theology lost this
    • this book a modern theologian again describes the Christ very much
    • confessed openly that modern protestant theologians did not possess
    • in our quality of modern human beings, we cannot feel ourselves as
    • background during the age of modern narrow-mindedness. Are modern
    • quarrels? Modern man thinks that he is a good Christian, yet he does
    • is, of course, placed into modern life, and in working out natural
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • mineral world, or by following any other branch of modern natural
    • culture is essentially different from our modern Christian culture.
    • human wisdom. I know that it is almost offending for a modern man to
    • advanced than modern man; nevertheless it was so. In ancient pagan
    • the origin of things than our modern knowledge, particularly
    • our modern natural sciences. This ancient, this primeval knowledge,
    • modern astrology, which does not go beyond the stage of dilettantism,
    • indeed so — although this may seem paradoxical to a modern man
    • in our modern meaning. For this arises towards the middle of the 15th
    • If modern people think that
    • It is important that modern
    • materialism in our modern time is to have in insight into the
    • to a superficial world-conception. This is so easy for modern men who
    • to understand them, they are not comfortable for a modern man, who
    • loathsome places, but also in the modern life of humanity. They
    • undoubtedly exist also in the modern life of humanity. And it is
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    • Social Impulses for the Healing of Modern Civilization.
    • cosmogony in real life. Our mode of conception is not, in the
    • which has come in with the more modern forms of religious
    • more at a mode of conception which is cosmogonical,
    • conclusion, that the temperament, the mode of thought for an
    • they do on the benches of our Law Courts that are modelled on
    • concepts have crept into our modern civilisation; they live
    • sense of the earth, as with men of modern times. It must
    • carry man on through life. The man of modern times
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    • Wisdom, Courage, Balance or Moderation, and Justice. And the
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    • cities as the representatives of modern culture. It has
    • by the dreariness and prosaicness of modern life.
    • Festival of Christ's birth and the modern anthroposophical
    • with a bleakness of which modern humanity has little idea.
    • the arid, prosaic lectures of modern times, lectures in which
    • modern age new mangers in which, under the guidance of the
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    • preceded the gradual development of our modern consciousness.
    • modern intellectual mode of observing the material world. The one
    • for a mode of thought and consciousness to arise which gazed at a
    • myself have turned this world into illusion.” The two modes of
    • described as the sunset of a mode of thought that was nearing its
    • to this mode of thought than to Spiritual Science. For Spiritual
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    • convinced that in the course of modern history during the last four
    • democratic principles as are possible in modern conditions to a
    • in the form of disease, nor to support the modern superstitions that
    • determined by the convictions of modern science. We are assured
    • the facts of modern science no longer justify the general explanation
    • — but the mode of observation is nevertheless atomistic and
    • materialistic, atomistic mode of thought. For what is the real
    • world-conception of so many modern men, and that far from being
    • which modern science will admit as valid and exact — they are
    • by the abstract concepts of modern science, but because it shows
    • of modern science — we shall never be led to any universal
    • falls to the lot of our fellow-men when their mode of life is healthy
    • Science never conceives of the material in the sense of modern
    • the Spiritual-Scientific mode of thinking leads to a social, communal
    • modern culture. We should be in a sorry plight if all that lives in
    • modern natural or social science but they are not sincerely devoting
    • simply carrying over their ordinary mode of thought to what they find
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    • soul in the several epochs. It is only in the modern age of
    • existence than the souls of modern men, who in their waking life are
    • of modern man. To-day man feels that he is deeply linked with his
    • tongue, In Christo Morimur. And it is the task of modern
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    • at the same time the moral element in Nature. Modern physicists have
    • tell us much. For it does not express the fact that the modern
    • we listen to a modern physicist blandly explaining that Nature
    • modern men who do not proceed in accordance with old traditional
    • ascetic, it would thunder against the modern civilization based on
    • recent modern theory, then the qualities of Evil are attributed to
    • extent the modern contemplation of Nature has unawares become a
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    • consult the Gospels, and as modern persons, of course, they are
    • “We modern theologians can no longer do anything with a
    • is already taken, since the followers of modern theology really ought to
    • who said this, but a modern theologian.
    • of the historical picture. The other side is this: A number of modern
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    • crudely side by side. For the modern consciousness they stand
    • the modern consciousness. Hence even the most well-meaning people
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    • we envisage our globe in a form which, according to modern geology,
    • see some modestly growing moss far away on the river bank, such
    • according to the modern theory coagulated out of the tellurian mass
    • modern geologist gives us his explanation of the earth's crust
    • does modern geology say to this conception of spiritual science?
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    • accept the modern world-conception, say: Behind this tapestry
    • less than the thinking of a later day. A more modern thinking speaks
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    • may be. Anyone speaking after the manner of the modern theologian
    • able to approach subjects such as the Resurrection. The modern
    • mode of understanding Christianity, but it was not possible really to
    • be both humble and modest. This made it necessary last year to show
    • to the most modern times. Hence in a certain respect there is a sort
    • prejudice about Brahmanism, Orientalism, ancient and modern
    • minds and hearts of modern men. And we are precisely modern
    • theosophists because we do not refuse to admit the results of modern
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    • to investigate some of the more modern literature where the
    • modern theologians speak of them, but in such a way that he has drawn
    • only think in accordance with modern science look upon the book as
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    • modern term and does not quite apply. For time was not then that
    • is to be recognised as what in our modern life — even
    • feeling we may ourselves have if through the above-described mode of
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    • able to satisfy it — such as a modern thinker may find if he
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    • if his understanding of modern Anthroposophy has taught him this,
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    • found in Rome, is indeed older than our modern states. It had
    • the modern structures which have developed over four or five
    • brings impulses into modern life today are like a one-
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    • basis for the modern materialistic view. Consider the
    • the point where it is fully evident that modern people simply
    • Modern
    • up. People do not make the distinction in modern science. How
    • things modern humanity does not want to consider. Some are
    • you think the way people do in modern science, for this will
    • beyond this. In modern life this could take the form, for
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    • despite the fact that modern people do not believe in
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    • more and more Edisons. This really is the ideal of modern
    • Modern people
    • people do not know about it. Modern materialists imagine that
    • great speeches on the tremendous advances made in modern
    • exactly what modern humanity will have to discover. Insight
    • do not want to know, especially if they are modern idealists
    • Modern abstract thinking immediately needs an apology, even if
    • of the Spirit. Modern people believe truth must always be
    • the modern bourgeois point of view. One does not have what it
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    • part of the sheer modern laziness of mind to think that the
    • whole book. Modern people think thoughts. The Greeks did not
    • human form; they did not need the models we need today,
    • attitude of modern ‘scholars’ to anthroposophy,
    • modern science, but nevertheless came as close as anyone can
    • themselves on the primitive ideas of modern science.
    • the heirs of modern materialism, will look for the vaccine to
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    • we are not to be facetious. Modern people slip easily into
    • ‘old superstition’, modern science does not know
    • A modern sage
    • modern democracy and an enlightened parliament, three hundred
    • just imagine what the whole enlightened modern world would say
    • a modern philosopher, your normal kind of university
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    • the weights lifted by the model were made of cardboard. The
    • thousands of modern theologians or historians may now come
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    • world, which is the only thing modern people want to
    • inorganic world. The concepts developed in modern science
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    • is amazing how effective modern communications are and how
    • going on in modern times. Who would believe, for example
    • has two sides. Modern people are so clever, are they not?
    • — infinitely clever; and these clever modern people say
    • that none of these scornful modern people actually know how
    • using the modern scientific approach; for anything we observe
    • presents itself to the senses, which is the modern scientific
    • realize one thing: The whole of modern science would not
    • had not earlier thought in myths. You cannot have modern
    • root down below. People who talk of modern science as an
    • with modern science has grown from myth; myth is its root.
    • Greece. Of course, nothing could possibly delight modern
    • been so fortunate as to have our modern science! But if the
    • Greeks had had our modern science, then there could have been
    • and modern thinking to be right, is like someone who cannot
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    • present the modern scientific theories of evolution would
    • imagined by modern mineralogists, geologists and physicists.
    • things are utterly real. In modern science they have been
    • justifiably truly modern work side by side with the most
    • have no more than this strange modern way of working in the
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    • have arisen in modern science; one of these I have called
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    • turning-point in the evolution of modern cultural spheres
    • mechanics and technology than by applying the ‘modern
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    • is putting it in the terms of the modern science of
    • centre in modern science. These theories cannot be proved
    • what counts is that one follows the model where the horse
    • on into the twentieth century this is different. Modern
    • this. Why did modern history come up? Because it is a product
    • similar combination will again generate lightning. Modern
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    • passes over then into the modern scientific view of the world, the
    • present between modern natural-scientific concepts and the old
    • Scholasticism is in fact denied altogether. In modern natural science
    • The modern
    • What has modern
    • different direction. I tried to show what the modern person can raise
    • knowledge of modern times.
    • discussed in that lecture in Mannheim. I said that, in modern times,
    • about him, who had not — like modern theology — lost
    • But in modern times they are hardly ever humble. Often those
    • “Huckle, get up! The sky is cracking!” But our modern
    • views are being formulated; for, the facts contradict the modern
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    • såvidt moden at den hos de greske filosofer kunne komme
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    • the limits of knowledge, this is only the modern intellectual
    • modern humanity cannot reach the goal of the evolution of the earth,
    • a certain extent, suffered this very fall of man. Modern
    • arrange their life) has evolved from earlier ways of thinking. Modern
    • mediaeval thinking which entered modern thinking is that the activity
    • that a modern man's thoughts on Nature are really corpses, all our thoughts
    • lifeless thoughts that we form here on earth in accordance with modern
    • air of the body. Thus we may say that modern man will understand
    • not so, we should not have our modern theory of evolution. Normal methods
    • something of modern embryology argues as follows: what we see in man
    • feeling. But modern man has not the slightest notion of what, for
    • Modern man believes that the Greek thought just as he thinks now.
    • to approach a modern scientist, expecting him to understand that his
    • can result, because nothing is seen except that the modern scientific
    • futile discussions on atomism. In all spheres of fact, modern science
    • thoughts contained in modern scientific literature. Enough is known
    • reach the goal of the evolution of the Earth. Modern science makes it
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    • mentality of to-day and the attitude of a modern man who prides himself
    • appropriate for the modern age — regarding everything in
    • modern consciousness. (See note at end of lecture.) These pictures of
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    • that the materialistic mode of thought assumed precisely the
    • modern time. We must not be influenced, in so doing, by what
    • existed such a mode of thought as that of Louis Claude de
    • of his mode of thought, and we shall observe at once how
    • outer historic sense, how such a mode of thought as we find
    • He belonged, as a rule, to the moderate parties. We must
    • times. With the approach of modern time they gradually lost
    • manipulations as are contained in modern chemistry, physics,
    • understand the texture of modern life. It lies not in the
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    • recognise, as a true Science of the Heavens, what modern
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    • see nothing else in the star-lit sky than a modern astronomer
    • can see; whereas in reality, what the modern astronomer sees
    • modern anatomist sees in the human body. Just as the corpse
    • is not the man, so too, the content of modern Astronomy is
    • can in no way apply to man what the modern astronomer finds
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    • modern culture.
    • immense importance to those who are interested in modern
    • Modern
    • meaning of a modern natural scientist. He does not bring any
    • disciplined methods of modern natural science.
    • accordance with modern ideas: “But science must not become
    • idea. Although modern scientists set up the fundamental law of
    • conscientiousness into scientific Darwinism and its modern
    • in the meaning of modern civilization, we find on the one hand
    • modern civilization, the moral-religious world which reveals
    • animals, that it is possible to adhere to the methods of modern
    • modern humanity, particularly conscientious,
    • expression in modern science, to this same extent humanity will
    • pursued in greatest modesty (those who follow the spiritual
    • believes that this can be its contribution to modern
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    • matters that in the wide sphere of modern civilization (for it is
    • triumphs and transformed the whole life of modern times.
    • particularly if we live in a city, is the result of the modern,
    • in our modern meaning, but they perceived instead the ruling
    • that all this is the result of heredity. Our modern epoch places
    • which modern science sets before us.
    • Modern man thus
    • of Nature. Modern man will grow more and more confused if he
    • contradictions between his own being and what a modern
    • contemplation of Nature can offer. Thus the human being of modern
    • gifts of a moral-divine order of the universe, appear to a modern
    • extinguished. A modern man thus believes that his life arises
    • birth, and in a later epoch, as well as for us, as modern men,
    • If a modern man
    • the body of a modern man has a different structure from that of
    • modern men, particularly the salt elements, are developed more
    • knowledge of the kind described to you. But a modern human being
    • in modern natural science, in the observation of facts and in
    • stillness of our soul. This enables modern man to develop a
    • an exact clairvoyance. The modern natural scientist investigates
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    • of the universe modern people show a deep interest for everything
    • of modern investigators, examples which prove that the keen
    • greatest modern scientist, with a man so thoroughly at home in
    • desire of unquestionably serious modern scientists leads them to
    • with modern culture. The writer remarks that in the light of
    • modern scientific truths, of modern ethical life, and to develop
    • something new: What modern natural science brings to the fore, is
    • way by modern science.
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    • modern thinking it may perhaps sound strange that we are
    • Being. Modern people can only have a very pale idea of the
    • which I have described to you just now. We modern people have
    • reached the point where thought develops, as it were, in modern
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    • modern chemistry, or modern physics, modern physiology, and so
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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,
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    • spontaneous generation in the meaning of modern scientific
    • grasp without the aid of spiritual science, because modern people
    • boast of modern progress, the thoughts which they now form have
    • paradoxically, we may say that modern man likes thoughts which
    • of mankind's modern development. We must grasp that man separated
    • divine essence transcending the physical world. Modern man called
    • only with the knowledge of lifeless things applied by modern men,
    • whole human being. Modern man should really attain what I have
    • modern literature there is perhaps nothing so deeply moving as
    • modern culture, as described to you the day before yesterday,
    • becomes manifest in pure thought; as modern men we then no longer
    • life of modern and ancient man. The man of older epochs absorbed
    • to him of the spirit. Through his own forces modern man must
    • Logos was made flesh.” Modern man should add: “And I
    • direct experience of modern man, and this is the attitude towards
    • friends, it is indeed indispensable that modern man should grasp
    • modern life — which should not be despised, for, from
    • needed, as it were, so that modern man may set out along this
    • prefer to avoid. The opposition of modern people to Anthroposophy
    • with lifeless concepts. Modern people do not like this. They feel
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    • tragedy, the modern tragedy of the world, is that man may look
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    • approached with a certain kind of sacred modesty, with great
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    • infinitely long period of time. It is true that certain modern
    • our modern historians, after careful investigation of the traditions
    • modern culture — these did not exist in those early
    • Dionysian cults they were united and blended. If we, in our modern
    • Zarathustra are indeed revived in modern physiology. The twenty-eight
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    • modern Natural Science should have spoken of the achievements of
    • modern age. I have felt then that the significance of my message to
    • did one of the greatest minds of modern times feel himself related to
    • of Spiritual Science is cast upon the whole mode and nature of
    • the combining of intellect and reason, in short, our scientific mode
    • consciousness of modern man. The ancient clairvoyance grew dim and
    • and conceptions of physical phenomena. Thus arose our modern science.
    • experience of another mode of vision besides that of ordinary daily
    • made on modern man by the Pyramids, standing on their four-cornered
    • being.” The modern anatomist would speak of the two entrances
    • exact as the structures confronting the modern anatomist, yet they
    • does, the heights of modern culture, come into collision with this
    • into modern civilisation. If it advances along these paths it will
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    • actualidad. Si un hombre de la era moderna va a tener pensamientos, debe
    • modernos adquieren como aquello que realmente los hace hombres, es su
    • días. Para el científico moderno ortodoxo, el Sol es una bola
    • moderna nos enteramos de lo que el corazón es, lo que el
    • humanidad moderna se sumerja en las profundidades oscuras de la
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    • sleep and waking. Thus the humanity of modern times has through the
    • from the rubbish heap of modern knowledge and labelled the
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    • From the Point of View of Modern
    • Natural Science. Anthroposophy does not want to use modern
    • where you can see with your eyes and hear with your ears. Modern
    • Anthroposophist when he connects himself with modern scientific
    • modern Natural Science might lead Spiritual Science into a
    • ailment of modern scientific teachings and speak about the
    • “enlightened” man of modern days, when, in 1872, he
    • published his book: “Ancient and Modern Faith.” The
    • modern faith, and not the revelations of the ancient faith which
    • Strauss wrote as follows in his “Ancient and Modern
    • Strauss may reveal the following prospect in a “modern
    • modern faith” will then have yet firmer
    • there, the true facts of modern science appear in a clear light,
    • on. And there is no heir for them but to be modest and to
    • in his Anthropology the results of modern doctrine on the origin
    • supposed to be the “scientific basis of the modern
    • at Göttingen, writes in his pamphlet, “Modern
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    • we must transcend what is physical, in the modern sense
    • — whereas modern science merely looks upon the fire, or
    • point. And we must be modest enough to say that everything
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    • strives to enter our modern culture under the name of
    • cognitions — one of those appearing to modern man, if
    • precept that life develops only from life is in modern
    • were they applied today to any truly modern man, would appear
    • Spiritual Science is to lead us in a modern sense, is
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    • feel this figure, which a more modern poet — Goethe
    • of a modern poet, we can feel deep and significant things of
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    • difficult for the modern mind to understand. We can only
    • upon the results of modern investigation, carried out in such
    • expressed thus by Aristotle”. Now the modern
    • important pioneers of the modern Spiritual development of
    • of what came down to us as the philosophy of our modern
    • times. For modern philosophy doubts the possibility of Man's
    • individual, unaided, modern mind.
    • the beginning of our modern age; in Galileo and in Giordano
    • show how the Spirit of the modern age already taught him to
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    • life. To-day let us examine at least one aspect of our modern
    • modern physical science. Things have gone so far that, in
    • view of the advance of modern physical science, the theories
    • among those who pursue the modern analysis of the blood and
    • yet absolute materialists in their mode of thought. I might
    • Theories like these are built up on the returns of modern
    • true forces in modern science, when we set to work with
    • mode of thought. Thinkers who penetrate deeply into the
    • physiology, biology and history of modern times, as far as
    • Whoever is acquainted with modern science finds without
    • modern research would cease. Here, Goethe may be our great
    • forms of modern science. If you read my book, “Goethe's
    • modern theories relating to physical science are mere
    • modern intelligence exists, in whom this cooperation of the
    • model, to which we must look up in order to study that living
    • a model for our epoch. Especially the scientific thinker of
    • make sound progress, or to take root in modern civilised
    • interpretation of theosophy here are those of the most modern
    • agreement with modern science, is a very grave departure from
    • teachings with genuine, modern spiritual aspirations, is our
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    • which he sings the praise of this strange beast of modern time
    • machinery of modern time. On the other hand, he is receptive to
    • all that a modern man's intelligence will understand if he
    • for the rest — he deals with the purely modern life of
    • of course answered, but thrown up. We see how the modern man
    • secondly, being an altogether modern man, he creates right out
    • of the requirements of modern life.
    • acquainted with this very modern spirit.
    • this modern life, through the peculiar form of their
    • instance, there is a modern lawyer, known to myself and to
    • given a more modern form. Meanwhile, however, while he
    • again — for needless to say, this too is modern and
    • altogether modern story, showing by other descriptions also,
    • efforts of modern times to enter into the spiritual world.
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    • many places in modern history, we find human beings who had an
    • modern China! Herzen replies: Not only England but all Europe!
    • its noble ancestry and Christianity will become a modern
    • Europe, when modern scientific realism will have gone so far
    • modern China, and that is Christianity. Christianity cannot so
    • into the people as the modern World-conception, is the Chinese
    • these matters. For the modern world stands in the midst of many
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    • an Angel. For instance, what is called God in modern
    • modern theologian does not even rightly conceive the
    • all has become very slight indeed in modern time. The
    • understand, as is often the case in modern Freemasonry, much
    • time, and relate it to that life into which modern man is
    • modern age, and man himself began to rarefy the air; to get rid
    • and admirable progress of modern time has not only
    • brought us a demonology but a demonomagic. Modern technical
    • no doubt seem mad to the enlightened modern man; but you must
    • secreted into the steam-engine what had been recognised in modern
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    • trivial view, strongly influenced by a materialistic mode of
    • evolution of modern humanity — certainly inspired by the
    • sanctifying in the modern age while he is awake, in a
    • tremendously important mystery of the evolution of modern
    • modern age. Weakness will overcome us if we have no faith in
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    • more readily accepted by the modern materialist outlook. But it is
    • mode of existence on the Old Moon differed from that of man on Earth
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    • The Spirits of Language and of Modes of Thought.
    • motivated from within, so that each epoch has its own definite mode
    • when; furthermore, the mode of thinking which was brought about from
    • Personality is the more active agent, that is, why their mode of life
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    • the modern Spirit of the Age. Dutch history is simply a reflection of
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    • Now in modern man this consciousness, as you know, awakens to some
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    • we are only comparing externals. The manner or mode of perception in
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    • development of the individual, these two modes of cognition are
    • distinguish carefully between these modes of perception your
    • view is more correct than the one you will find in modern textbooks,
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    • directs and guides this country (Norway) will imbue modern philosophy
    • and modern spiritual research with the capacities he has developed
    • over the centuries and that henceforth modern spiritual research will
    • tendency he is particularly fitted to understand modern Spiritual
    • Teutonic world can contribute to the evolution of modern times will
    • superficially by the superficial methods of modern science, but ever
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    • world can be reawakened today in a modern form through spiritual science
    • the times make it equally clear that what we call modern science,
    • occultism nor modern science will serve to satisfy the deepest need
    • and modern, but decadent, science, and that this beautiful and
    • modern spiritual life — two figures which stand out as
    • what are really two souls in modern man, two souls whose union is
    • rape of ancient clairvoyance by modern knowledge was already taking
    • of modern times.
    • One pole of modern European spiritual life was given in the revival
    • still permeate our modern life; though those archetypal currents, the
    • ordinary modern stage. Those today who already have some inkling of
    • making our puny sacrifice — the sacrifice of modern
    • in the modern, generally accepted sense of the word, because we are
    • tedious to the modern theatre goer, communicated through the telling
    • conditions of our whole life — then the modest effort which we
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    • to come to know again from our modern viewpoint the same living
    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • enter into the entire modern civilisation associated with the names
    • again in the form of modern spiritual wisdom. It is worth while to
    • unconscious—a soul-life which in most modern men does not
    • thought even of people as recent as the Greeks. When the modern man
    • modern man can scarcely believe it. Think of all that I have told you
    • or as in modern intellectualism, we move from thought to thought as
    • him. There we are saying in a modern way what the Greek meant when he
    • modern form what was expressed in the ancient Greek Mysteries by the
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    • that of modern man.
    • modern man a whole number of ideas. We think of nature as the
    • hear how the concept ‘nature’ as understood by modern man
    • is peculiar to our modern way of looking at things to draw a sharp
    • countless modern souls. People like Strader are very numerous today.
    • did experience this. Even if he could not express it in modern terms,
    • he experienced a truth, for example, of which modern theology will
    • doldrums, the modern man sees merely ‘nature’, and
    • between ancient and modern times, that the Greek felt mainly the
    • for him its central ruling powers; whereas the modern man thinks more
    • intensity, many things to which particular individuals in modern
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    • as do our modern astronomers, describing Venus as a purely physical
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    • meaning. For a modern consciousness it is somewhat difficult to come
    • about, making use of hands and feet’ ... a modern man would
    • is because the modern man has no idea of this that it is so difficult
    • the creator of the ego-consciousness. Thus the whole of modern
    • life of the soul in modern western civilisation is inconceivable
    • say that modern man is like someone who sits firmly and comfortably
    • fantasy, one wholly pictorial. Within the pictorial mode his culture
    • to us by modern historians in such a hopelessly dry-as-dust form, and
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    • modern way.
    • Hence the younger Dionysos, macrocosmic representative of our modern
    • naturalist in the sense in which modern man believes he was, but he
    • imbued with a kind of science more profound than our modern abstract,
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    • tribulations, we must first give some thought to what modern
    • cognition. It might seem that modern man has abundant opportunity to
    • phrases which are so familiar in modern philosophy. Because of the
    • supersensibly in the human being. The obvious truth upon which modern
    • of modern physiology and a good deal of modern psychology to
    • fetters which have been forged for modern science, and nothing that
    • obviously knows how to think scientifically in the modern sense of
    • for Greek pupils of the Mysteries, as it is for modern mystics also.
    • is still so today. When in the world outside the modern leaders of
    • been of immense importance for the education of modern human
    • Middle Ages (Maria in modern times), I have been able to give just a
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    • Our modern
    • Modern science is superficial, hence its attitude to history is also
    • contact the brain, cool down. Modern science of course says
    • of modern clairvoyance, modern occult science? We may perhaps feel
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    • in these and other lectures you may well understand that the modern
    • thought-forms of modern times. If I represent the thoughts of the
    • arrogance of modern academic learning for the most part supposes,
    • very opposite of the truth. This modern view is not true. The
    • has rendered inevitable the emergence in modern consciousness of our
    • scientific path which is quite practicable, even though to modern
    • cosmic void; nobody who takes seriously what normal modern
    • ‘If a healthy soul with the means available to modern knowledge
    • that it experiences what its own organisation is. Under modern
    • life of the mind in modern times, a phenomenon to which we have
    • in Spiritual Science as the facts of modern science. The development
    • the facts by modern philosophy and modern science does constitute a
    • furnished by modern science are not interpreted in the right way. Let
    • important discovery of modern science, a discovery which, rightly
    • understood all such modern discoveries provide confirmation for
    • contradicts modern science. On the contrary it is only at variance
    • with the interpretation placed on the facts by modern scholarship,
    • in terms of modern scientific development.
    • Modern science took
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    • it should not be taken merely as a symbolical mode of expression, but
    • be ashamed of directing the attention of modern skeptical mankind to
  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • can actually pass from soul to soul was something which modern professors
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    • read any modern work of art, a modern novel, or such-like. We feel even
    • but he begins with something which in modern times would perhaps be
    • pretend to combat this modern investigation, but acknowledges fully
    • use of, to which we cannot ascribe reality. The modern man is careful
    • supple and flexible, and could be modeled and impressed by that which
    • to that modern mode of vision which we find in Agamemnon, in Nestor
    • around him. Hence modern clairvoyance proves to man the possibility
    • “I” consciousness. Then specially does the modern clairvoyant
    • creative power remodelled all matter in an artistic way, so that it
    • of appearance in the human form is modeled from the etheric, so do the
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    • incomparably more intense. Anyone who studies modern writings
    • in modern times the fervour which in the Middle Ages
    • culture. And however hard modern natural science may try to
    • the Christian impulse. When modern natural science has got over
    • of materialism. It is possible, of course, for modern Darwinism
    • an inverted form in the domain of modern materialism. But what
    • science of modern times — the doctrines of which
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    • that the modern scientific mind may take this as an affront,
    • World-Becoming. Improbable as it seems to the modern
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    • expression to concepts and ideas of the modern mind. But many
    • incredible, possibly sheer folly to the modern mind. But here
    • certain obstacles again due to the modern attitude of mind,
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    • practised by the Essenes and their whole mode of life made a
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    • known that by their mode of living and their secret doctrine
    • nowadays. For all that, it will be difficult in the modern age
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    • (Tr.)] One shade of it can be called ‘Moderation.’
    • moderate. Through such moderation we keep in the right order those
    • if we do not practise the virtue of moderation. Those who like to be
    • temperately and moderately, in order gradually to free themselves
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    • modern man that we come up against two paradoxes, as I should
    • of nature. We need only recall those now outmoded branches of
    • which must retire in wisdom and modesty when we are
    • scholars, to use the modern term, in the higher sphere? It
    • modern man. It brings us, however, to an experience that is
    • to a mode of knowledge other than this we cannot, even with its
    • objection that the external mode of knowledge must first
    • us call this way of looking “modern exact
    • earlier ways of knowledge, man can attain a modern
    • and allow it to exist independently. The modern way of
    • the soul. Both the modern ways, therefore, place man entirely
    • People will not believe how close this modern kind of
    • Eventually, when it is realized how, from the spirit of modern
    • the standpoint of our modern knowledge of nature. It has no
    • not wish to oppose triumphant modern science, but to accept it
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    • This point, too, has been made by a modern psychologist who for
    • modern times. Yet he it was who presented the riddle of the
    • people today. I would call it intellectual modesty. There must
    • Anyone looking back, with intellectual modesty, on his
    • intellectual modesty. I call it intellectual modesty because
    • have already suggested how, as modern man, we manage by certain
    • sphere. Only when modern man attains this kind of conceptual
    • based philosophy of life for modern man. Only when we say to
    • don't even have a word in our modern languages for this part of
    • wells up out of the knowledge appropriate to us as modern
    • Men are closer together there than in the flesh. A mode of
    • modern view of life. I know, better than many an opponent
    • the soul. The aim of a modern view of life such as has been
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    • modern man leads us to see that we must develop these cognitive
    • gain a certain spiritual vision by modern methods to find that,
    • this modern vision: that what we see does not combine with our
    • anxieties that might arise in troubled minds about this modern
    • tomorrow or the day after; similarly, no one can say of modern
    • in the modern sense.
    • There is another point, too. This modern spiritual vision
    • have now described to you many of the features that the modern
    • When we try as modern men in this sense to find our way with
    • described as those gained from modern science — not just
    • meditate upon it. As modern men, we have really learnt
    • from modern science is only a preparation for a true spiritual
    • towards which we as modern men strive operates with complete
    • the observation of nature in the modern sense. The
    • seems like science by modern standards. The scientist of today
    • characteristic of our age that modern man demands a
    • the characteristic: that modern man keeps science, art and
    • know how, impelled by the modern spirit of science, people
    • yield to an artistic mode of comprehension?
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    • dream-like spiritual life. Modem spiritual life is used to
    • were his own, and in this way understands its mode of being.
    • days, we ourselves take a look at this Oriental mode of
    • attain a view of the spiritual world that yet suits modern man;
    • Modern man can see this in his “mind's eye” by
    • as maya, even if in deference to modern concepts he does
    • influencing our modern life, I should now like to set another
    • us look once more at what modern spiritual science can tell us.
    • West. But we also need to see how in the mode attributed to the
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    • of the higher modes of existence — the realms of soul and
    • here as befitting a modern search for the spiritual world. I
    • the world, in the modern sense, by turning many familiar
    • an exact vision is called for, one suited to modern man, to
    • cosmology is needed by modern man. We shall see how he
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    • successors to modern scientific research. The experience of
    • not attained to the consciousness that prevails in modern
    • understanding this most modern development, man thus
    • intellectualized mode of thought that has emerged in the course
    • graces: measured in movement and mode of speech,
    • things thus confront modern man. On the one hand, he must now
    • Modern man lacks such inspiration, however, when he comes to
    • of modern times, must pay for in the sense that our purely
    • individually now in modern life, can only derive from a
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • just with a phenomenon like this, how fundamentally the mode of
    • include — we can see in the modes of thought and
    • understanding when, by the quite different modern path into
    • ruled over China, and does so still; in modern Russian
    • Darius and Xerxes. There comes to the fore a mode of thinking
    • impulses from ancient times. And in modem political systems,
    • medieval to modern history the religious element allows itself
    • we come to modern times. We can say: in earlier periods,
    • modern times (though admittedly these are only at an early
    • more modern times. In admitting that the theocratic element
    • — deriving from a mode of thought and a social order
    • what is here developing in the West, the theocratic mode of
    • correlation between the theocratic mode of thought, with its
    • people. As concomitants of modern technical life, all kinds of
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    • look to the spiritual life of modern civilization for the
    • modern consciousness extraordinarily alien in many respects. We
    • modern consciousness, we must conclude that there is present as
    • emergence of modern technology and division of labour. It is
    • also pointed out that modern capitalism, for instance, is
    • teaching of modern Western civilization has to say in this
    • division of labour, too, which in modern times has rightly been
    • dormant. The modern division of labour, which makes its
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    • art in this respect have been considerable. The mode of
    • mistake he did because he was only familiar with modern
    • modern proletariat. An illuminating experience, because you
    • have described as the specific force of modern times. Our
    • modern highly-developed intellect is, fundamentally, a late
    • — into the great modern means of acquiring knowledge of
    • out in Europe today, views which have been eradicated by modern
    • world of modern times; to look into his heart and his quality
    • constitutes a modern superstition. Admittedly, it is not yet
    • contemplating his inner organism, not as does the modern
    • perceived that a modern human being must be taken hold of in
    • direction to what, for modern man, must represent the innermost
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    • reality which — in all modesty we can say this —
    • itself to be a real force in the history of modern man. But in
    • Modern jurists, it is true, soon lose sight of the ground when
    • is in control. And at the time when the modern concept of the
    • historically legitimate for modern states, at the time when
    • capital or capitalism would have to abolish modern economic and
    • is a necessary feature of modem life, while on the other hand,
    • place in modern times, who would deny that these maxims contain
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • The Modern clairvoyance, which must develop more and more towards the
    • Modern clairvoyance must
    • if modern clairvoyance is to arise, neither must enter any further into
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    • times. The modern clairvoyance, which must develop more and more
    • Modern clairvoyance must develop as a
    • modern clairvoyance is to arise. Neither must enter into any
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    • explained lately) a mistake even made by modern Theosophy# St.
    • modern Materialism as absolutely secure. And, on the other
    • historical position of St. Augustine is revealed for modern
    • he goes to sleep, and a modern human being does not even know
    • basis of their modern learning concepts by which they can grasp
    • the ideas at the disposal of modern learning, one could never
    • of modern life, to permeate it with Christianity; so that
    • especially strongly! he says approximately: “My mode of
    • which is of infinite importance in our modern Movement, and is
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    • modern spiritual life. No ordinary building was to be created
    • A deep question then arose: What building does modern culture
    • itself demand as a thought expressing modern culture? The
    • With this hasty survey, certainly inexact, we come to modern
    • of modern materialistic thought. Beauty — beauty, in the
    • modern architect has done, when he has evolved Greek forms like
    • husks round modern Parliaments. Or we see architects,
    • modern experience. We have seen many a metamorphosis of this
    • of the senseless idea of modern times that spiritual science is
    • backward-looking vision. The thick night of modern
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    • of modern spiritual science.
    • thought has become so important for a large part of our modern
    • It is this which makes Goethe's spirit so eminently modern,
    • appears to us a modern, it will be a sufficient justification if in
    • modern mankind on a narrowly limited subject. As an example we
    • model. And it is certain the table-cloth with its creases, its
    • understanding which we must call a modern understanding. He
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    • In a certain respect modern psychology has got beyond the
    • against that tendency of modern psychology which says: ‘When we
    • in it a spiritual element, and I can so stimulate my mode of
    • of the thing through my mode of conception. But what I have
    • unalloyed as the metal of the respective Kings: his mode of
    • him); his mode of Feeling, where nothing is added or mixed, but pure
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    • scientific sense in modern times; but if we look away from the
    • my own image of the Earth-planet.’ Exactly as our modern man
    • of some papier-mâché model of the heart that we may
    • we were but honest, we should have to admit that we modern men
    • hear it in the poetry and literature — to use a modern
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    • he would sink down into his own inner being. In more modern
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    • willingly admit, my dear friends, that if a modern man in our
    • a modern book of history, which is, of course, quite justified
    • That, no doubt, is right enough for modern time. And yet how
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    • road for modern humanity.
    • journey westward to the neighbourhood of the modern Burgenland.
    • medieval and modern, or however else they may be designated
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    • of modern times. Here there is no longer a memory of the cosmic
    • demonstration of psycho-analysis such as a modern doctor might
    • into modern times. In the time of Julian the Apostate the seed
    • modern civilisation as it has evolved up till now, we have been
    • When a modern man reads Plato with true spiritual feeling and
    • A Modern Art of Education
    • A Modern Art of Education
    • third stage appears only in modern times and that is the stage of the
    • A Modern Art of Education
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    • form that belongs to a more modern age — how the Wisdom
    • Who have to speak to modern humanity, was given to us in the
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    • world. Then modern science appeared in its many branches and
    • what a man has become through them in modern civilisation
    • of the modern age but allow them to enter the spiritual world,
    • see, modern civilisation adopts the form of spiritual life that
    • of the inadequacy of modern scientific theory. I was obliged,
    • stand the test of all modern clinical requirements, then
    • often to be seen of modern man with the results of his
    • life of modern civilisation. Non-Anthroposophists hear the
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    • developing his conclusions, in a modest way.
    • of a small group of educated people; rather, this special mode
    • Goethean mode of observation the thought is so alive that one
    • all modesty — the forms of the columns, the whole form of
    • modern time; namely, a view, a knowledge, an artistic
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    • of modern Science is subject to that deception, All modern
    • realise. With reference to this Fundamental Truth, modern humanity,
    • physical body as the modern man does. In those pre-Christian times
    • the third Hierarchy, just as modern man believes his soul to be
    • A modern man, in the delusion of his consciousness, believes
    • given for the Ideals of modern humanity to become the external
    • And then came the modern age. This newer age
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times; but
    • has undergone a history. These modern human beings who knew
    • of Truth in our modern age. But, my dear friends, with the concept
    • influence of the Delusion of Life. Our modern concept of Truth
    • special, would bring about the modern Ahrimanic delusion.
    • and modern humanity must rise above them through that development
    • But now in the modern life of man something very
    • keep in mind. In the views which result as the flower of modern
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    • vastly important truth — that the modern world-outlook,
    • Modern
    • of our very being. Modern spiritual life is a withdrawal from
    • intestines”. In its culture and ethics modern spiritual
    • that it is a new element in modern culture. Any
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    • his mode of being relates to the age in which he lives. This
    • personally convinces himself — as I may say with all modesty
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    • all that has entered into the life of modern humanity through
    • possessed by modern man of the Greeks and the spiritual life of
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    • of expressing itself according to the model of wisdom to be
    • vocational activity in the modern world — write about these
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    • answered, naturally, but posed. We see here how modern man
    • writer, and second, because, as an entirely modern human being,
    • he creates wholly from the requirements of modern life. It is
    • ourselves with what this modern spirit has written. In general,
    • the intricacies of modern life with special clearness because
    • and modernizing some of the conditions in the schools. But
    • course, that also is the modern way. That is, the writer can
    • is an entirely modern story and shows even through other descriptions
    • between the occult endeavors of these modern societies and
    • exposed that lead from them to modern events and their methods
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    • modern China, and Herzen said that not only England but all of
    • Europe was on the way to becoming a modern China. It may be
    • the realism of the modern scientific view will have been
    • to see these things correctly. The modern world stands in the
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    • recently pointed out to you that modern humanity is cruel even
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    • than an angel. For example, what is called God in modern
    • and direct man's repeated earthly lives. But the modern
    • each to worship his own god. During modern times, the union of
    • in a cosmic connection. Then came the modern age when man
    • demon magic that frequently imbues modern technology.
    • insane to every modern and intelligent person. But of course,
    • modern age as the movement of the heavenly bodies.
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    • know, for example, what a Turk would say if a modern Protestant
    • This conception as it is dealt with by modern Protestant
    • those confused things that are said today in modern
    • concerning Christ Jesus than what the modern Protestant pastors
    • Turkish confession than in that of the modern Protestant. This
    • something else is very important. We have here a modern
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    • superstition to think as the modern physicist
    • knowledge. Although modern man is not a believer in
    • with modern colour, but throughout had recourse to the most
    • remodeling of man's powers of conception.
    • But they did not see them in the same way as modern man, for
    • another domain, what most modern physicists try to
    • importance, of supreme importance in the life of modern man.
    • these. I could almost use the second as a model. That is
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    • as modern man loves to do, you do not arrive at concepts that
    • modern development in the second half of the eighteenth
    • machine loom came the whole machine civilisation of modern
    • more this time from the modern point of view, referred to
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    • is spoken of in our modern materialistic world-conception has
    • anyone accepts when taking as his authority modern physics,
    • for the modern western man to picture. Even today men of the
    • of the modern world outlook that it does not know this
    • Therefore it will not be easily possible for modern man to
    • modern scientist sees in the white (see diagram) the
    • is really amusing that a modern scientist has written a book
    • germ-plasm. These things are seen very hazily by modern man.
    • middle ages and descended to modern times, remaining as
    • ways of bringing fruitful concepts into modern reality —
    • are learnt in the customary course of modern diplomatic
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    • thought in modern times, — which, on the contrary,
    • account in the whole of modern national economy. For this
    • modern business-man knows so little, and has so very little
    • the many evils which have thus crept into modern economic
    • life, and into the whole public life of modern times. This
    • abstract unity, such as the modern state aims at, (such as is
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    • the case of the methods pursued by modern science.
    • Although modern physiology and biology deal almost exclusively
    • achievements of modern science. But evolution has become a
    • applying the idea of evolution as held by modern science
    • undifferentiated, a fact that the findings of modern science
    • also point to — modern science and the science of spirit
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    • that has resulted in the tremendous successes of modern science
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    • by means of steam, electricity, modern economic and social
    • mystery of man out of the needs of modern times.
    • the modern scientific outlook, out of a scientific approach to
    • do not think that anyone who despises the modern scientific
    • arises: How is it at all possible for modern science and the
    • with the methods of modern science. Years ago it was believed
    • Once again, anyone initiated into the ways of modern research
    • modern science of spirit or anthroposophy is prepared. But the
    • mind in the modern scientific outlook. For several hundred
    • model and which for them was the inner higher man ...
    • the idea of natural selection is treated as a modern
    • modern science, thinks this priest and professor of
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    • which have been slavishly borrowed from the modern decadent
    • stone. Our modern humanity is tending not to desire equilibrium,
    • modern civilisation in so far as that is not permeated with
    • modern times, when the social riddles of life beat in
    • for man so that he can rise above the decadence of his modern
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    • spiritual science that has grown out of actual modern
    • wrote in my book “Mysticism and Modern Thought”. Such
    • matters would go badly with modern spiritual culture.
    • of modern man. Much of what was formerly said about man is
    • Christ in the way He was perceived by Luther. But modern man
    • has become necessary through the development of modern
    • not even felt. And, actually having a feeling for this modern
    • those who know spiritual life hold modern men to be a
    • Rubicon of the modern cultural impasse. Whoever always wants
    • modest extent, to carry mankind on into the future.
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    • which has really arisen out of modern culture must, however,
    • augur very badly for the spiritual culture of modern times.
    • anything which is applicable to modern times. Of course it
    • is that modern humanity has come to be immersed in such a
    • modern times that these things have come to such a pitch. But
    • no crossing the Rubicon of the miseries of modern culture.
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    • of modern times has been that this territorial consciousness
    • of the disclosures of modern history man has imagined the
    • phantasies. Of course the modern man does not clothe that
    • consciousness, but the modern man encloses it in
    • since the beginning of what is called the modern historical
    • space, three tenets are to be found, but modern science bases
    • by modern astronomical science. And this “more”
    • the Copernican system, but modern science disregards this.
    • the case in the majority of men of our modern times; they are
    • be irritated at the modern way of learning things. Today
    • established the authority of modern science would be
    • performed by modern education in that it allows certain
    • can no longer today be satisfied with pedagogics modelled as
    • transition of the Middle Ages to modern times — when
    • the sphere of knowledge of modern humanity in a very limited
    • State is necessary for modern times and that it must be put
    • to the penetration by spiritual science of our modern
    • lecturing about modern world conceptions and he wanted to
    • is by no means rare in our modern days, and it deserves to be
    • modern times into a realisation of this! But it isn't by any
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    • of the views held by modern science is that the human heart
    • itself in the heart. To say in accordance with modern science
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    • visionary. I believe that many of the modern ways of approach
    • petal — will be able, on extending this mode of
    • modern artist leads one spiritually, as it were, into his
    • actually models forms which the eye indeed sees but sees so
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    • modern science is able to conceive.
    • subconsciousness and the soul has knowledge of it. Modern
    • growth of a science of art modeled after the pattern of
    • modern science or intellectual aesthetics. The kind of
    • model. Moreover, those who approach Spiritual Science
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    • for the first time in the modern age. Among the Egyptians it was nearly
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    • post-Atlantean age, we find that "Temperance or Moderation"
    • Moderation” is the virtue which enables man to
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    • meeting of two modern men incarnated in physical bodies. It
    • most essential facts of knowledge for modern mankind. The
    • compared with modern man, he had a kind of animal shape. If we
    • clairvoyance. The present Oriental, the modern Indian, to whom
    • organism to take on an etheric mode of existence these poisons
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    • etheric body must be prepared which is the model etheric body
    • model etheric body; and then through blood relationship
    • faculties? Do you know what became of it? It became modern
    • natural science. Modern natural science is entirely unthinkable
    • preceded them. For the very fact that these modern
    • observe the mode of his thinking; try to analyze his thought
    • the Earth. In other words : for the liberated ego of modern
    • existence, so is it true that the modern man with his ego-form,
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    • immodesty if one really wants to ascend to true knowledge of
    • — has wonderfully modeled our first — I want to say
    • at first we are in one of the big, modern cities, where, if we
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    • a mere theory, but an inherent necessity in modern life. He addresses the
    • and the tasks facing modern humans. The discourses will
    • irreconcilable with modern science. People who are engaged in
    • to significant questions can be found in modern science, see
    • modern human beings, standing within the European-American
    • recent times. Modern human beings feel that to hate and
    • knowledge. She recognized that modern human beings are always
    • ancestors no longer satisfies modern people. There is plenty
    • longingly seek answers in modern science are especially those
    • to whom the Bible and religion no longer speak. But modern
    • any so-called modern ideas. Just consider how rigid was the
    • acceptable and understandable to modern humans.
    • whole modern civilization. When conflict arises nowadays over
    • discussed. (But can it be said that modern human beings are
    • such conferences it becomes apparent that modern physical
    • for respect and admiration in regard to modern scientific
    • there among the scientists of this modern Olympus of cultural
    • Jesus, the greatest founder of religion in modern times.
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    • a mere theory, but an inherent necessity in modern life. He addresses the
    • change must come about in our modern understanding and
    • described in exact terms by means of modern spiritual
    • interesting that modern research, with its more materialistic
    • reappearing within the framework of modern science.
    • to modern philology, the ancient Hebrew name for God
    • modern materialistic outlook, there was a time when human
    • consciousness compared with modern human waking
    • Modern science
    • different lines of descent are mingled. Our modern
    • is a destructive process that gave rise to the modern human
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    • sin. The modern materialistic outlook finds it difficult to
    • from the modern way of thinking; most of today's educated
    • not least in our time. Modern natural science has not
    • As mentioned, a modern natural scientist describes the
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    • animals. Evil is confined to the human kingdom. But modern
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    • a mere theory, but an inherent necessity in modern life. He addresses the
    • are stifled and much that is unhealthy in our modern society
    • is a model to imitate; in the second an authority to emulate;
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    • a mere theory, but an inherent necessity in modern life. He addresses the
    • Modern people are unable to see how sin, which belongs to the
    • meaning given by modern theology into the original one. It
    • modern ideas concerned with medicine are extremely vague. If
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    • compared with modern human beings the Atlantean's soul and
    • sense-perceptible must be brought to life. Modern teaching
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    • between old and modern world conceptions was the cause of
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    • a mere theory, but an inherent necessity in modern life. He addresses the
    • people. However, to the extent that modern humanity is able,
    • differently from modern people. This difference in the higher
    • method of initiation is especially for modern people; it
    • meets the needs of modern conditions. Not only is it a
    • complete harmony with modern culture, and with modern
    • example in modern physics when the atom, which no one has
    • philosophers, who deny the existence of such thinking. Modern
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    • the Middle Ages that to modern humans is just a legend.
    • In tracing the arts up to modern times, Wagner noticed that
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    • A modern person, however great his faith, can have no notion
    • Modern human
    • modern person becomes critical when faced with contradictions
    • Christianity was by no means the same as that of modern
    • evolution. One person's interest lies in the realm of modern
    • initiates was not the kind of thing modern biographers relate
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    • as they are now. When a modern historian writes about ancient
    • colour. If a modern man contemplates the beautiful blue sky and
    • so the modern American declares it to be of far more importance
    • are modern spectres pointing towards the future, spectres which
    • inner soul-life of a modern European lives in this particularly
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    • modern science — you can do it only with a real match.
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    • because modern mankind has to evolve to freedom, which can only
    • without a model is due to their having totally lost the faculty
    • the ancient Greeks used a model for the wonderful forms they
    • created. They had no models. If a particular curve of the arm
    • model as is customary today.
    • neither modern scientists nor ordinary human beings have the
    • philosophized cleverly in the modern way such as the
    • when modern science remains true to itself and, as it were,
    • what presents itself. The modern physicist or physiologist
    • What will be the outcome? The modern physicist or physiologist
    • inevitable conclusion of the modern scientific view. If a
    • under the sway of modern theology, he will sober up, in a
    • the likeness? Why does he say the picture is like the model?
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    • that has an extraordinary way of hoodwinking the modern thinker. It
    • can be shown between man and animal. Modern men do not in the least
    • Modern materialism as a whole is actually the creation of Church creeds.
    • events and does not live merely in abstractions like modern science, which
    • are often full of good sense. The conceptions in modern books on Zoology
    • in with earth evolution, whoever has seen into this — in modern
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    • gaze upon nature as she is presented to him by modern science. But the
    • modern natural science. St. John of the Cross had only those about him
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    • soul in which modern man is found here on earth, it is markedly noticeable
    • Or you think so little as the modern students of sociology who, because
    • of knowledge of the higher worlds. Well, and even modern socialism likes
    • old way of John of the Cross applied to modern man, as indeed it is
    • something unconditionally necessary for educating modern man in social
    • world, but the opposite of which is prevalent in the modern world, must
    • to modern demands is all that is spiritually observed. Those who are
    • had been disillusioned by one or other of the modern spiritual movements
    • number of people; they are indeed the modern Hotel dwellers; for all
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    • With the help of the old mode of expression, we might say that while
    • scientists in the modern sense of the word. For even with the intelligence,
    • life is prevalent among modern scientists. They are indifferent about
    • should be taken as perfectly justified in modern social life because
    • others, that the horizon, the spiritual horizon, of modern man is a
    • difficulty modern man generally has in getting out of himself where
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    • a straight-forward ascending development as the modern theory of evolution
    • would have it. This modern theory of evolution imagines, first, what
    • ideas spun by modern men Plato looked up. Plato's ideas are the very
    • very recent times history for modern man has in general became thoroughly
    • does not grip the heart. what can modern man do if he wishes to awaking
    • Modern men can let work
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    • who represents all that is new, this most modern man, at the same time
    • making every effort to model, to form the human, to work out of the
    • his own being to the progress of human evolution can became the model
    • all, the lack of thought in modern culture is digging, this grave will
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    • it has become so because for centuries modern humanity has hardly received
    • the present day in the modern development of this stream.
    • day conception of the world. Our modern age is not concerned with creating
    • of life in course of formation. modern humanity has not much living
    • is quite reasonable to stand in some sort of fear of the modern world-conception,
    • been a great disadvantage in another sense to the development of modern
    • as such, has not fully entered the hearts of modern humanity. And so
    • the real nature of man than does modern science, which does not even
    • much considered. When the building had to be remodelled to stand upon
    • Structural forms are made, more or less modelled on some such organic
    • The model of the building.
    • Here you have the picture of my original model. I wanted first of all
    • walk round it. now show you the inner part, in my original model, carried
    • out in wood and wax. This model was the basis of the whole building.
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    • evolution has come into being in modern times owing to this mistake.
    • do in order to model these capitals and architraves one from another
    • and indeed in the world. You have then to model things after the pattern
    • Then you would get a development which is really modelled from nature
    • it must be built with regard to the adaptability of the most modern
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    • he can say: I have seen a face, or indeed, have a model, and after this
    • model I have formed a face, and it resembles it. Not in this way will
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    • modern, materialistic way, hoping to make contact with a
    • foolish as modern science sometimes makes it out to be, but
    • mode of expression; what was to be shown was put into
    • technical expression; just as modern chemistry has its
    • Its modes of expression, however, continued for a
    • the modern man the application of the one sign used for Sun
    • modern science it is not so. It is not nonsense at all, quite
    • knows today although it is not often mentioned it. Modern
    • methods of investigation; then, with the means of modern
    • the way of modern geology, but that in this earth, most
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    • By Asmodeus who the strings doth pull.”
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    • the modern materialistic intellect to grasp — that in the
    • mysterious, as very full of mystery. And our modern destiny
    • an impulse in modern history and played a part there. He did
    • flowed into modern history, were already there, were working.
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    • modern sense is itself pedantic, philistine, and
    • a heinous sin against modern science to hint such a thing as
    • best be presented not in the concepts of our modern waking
    • element of confusion into modern ideas. And from a higher
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    • Goethe's world outlook caribe a good educator for modern
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    • the modern natural scientist behaves like someone who
    • it has none. So the modern scientist cleans phenomena of all
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    • idols. This is so because modern man has no understanding for
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    • model, or judges what is represented for him in art by the
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    • For a modern urban dweller it is hardly possible to appreciate truly
    • human being, and art, than is known today in our modern theaters or
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    • rajas and tamas. In these last chapters our whole mode of thinking and
    • our mode of feeling is different from what is contained there and we
    • external nature a rajas impression would be that of a moderately
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    • of the modern age still under the influence of the Intellectual Soul.
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    • remembrance of it! For modern consciousness it is no longer present in
    • impressions they once absorbed do not penetrate into modern
    • earnestness; for a characteristic of modern man is that something in
    • soul. That is why so many people in modern times feel (and quite
    • Much of what modern man finds so baffling in his inner experience lies
    • aspects of the human soul in modern times. Everything brought about by
    • experienced in modern times by the Intellectual Soul. Everything that
    • worlds in modern times, must be enacted in the Consciousness Soul.
    • soul-principles in modern man is presented in a threefold legendary
    • Mysteries of the modern age.
    • ancient or to the more modern East. Things are so that a
    • whole nature of modern Initiation has a more inward character, makes
    • indicated are absolutely true for modern evolution. For the
    • that bears on education, with its popularisation of modern science.
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    • modern education, in his next incarnation he will lack the forces that
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    • herself and to us in a thousand modes. To the attentive observer who
    • accustom ourselves to quite a different mode of vision. To begin with,
    • modern science has need of vivisection. The anti-vivisection movements
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    • occupy the minds of modern theologians who only seek to discover the
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    • understand how it is that modern men have come to actions of this kind.
    • for example. But the material culture of modern times had to come, and
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    • neighbourhood of modern Ireland.
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    • under the sign of fresh air; but our modern way of achieving health
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    • study, a modern European cannot get to know himself. He must try, first
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    • seven years provides, in a certain sense, a kind of model from which
    • strength keeps very little to the model, only copies it for the
    • general form. Naturally, the universal human model must be preserved,
    • model they inherited.
    • heredity but must be recognized as a copy of the inherited model. The
    • After, the forces that copy the model are active. To be exact, one
    • body in accordance with the model. Why? Because, like the child
    • model — the body that will now be the child's own — and
    • forms a second body from the original model. It grows and is finally
    • body, copying from the model! The child is absorbing pure forces from
    • teeth, we would all die young in this modern civilization of
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    • than that provided by modern science, one
    • body from every direction. With modern science we follow these
    • means that modern science provides it is not possible to gain an
    • I can only describe it as the greatest possible respect for modern
    • who has to relate in any way to what modern science is able to
    • means of modern science at our disposal.
    • things were known and put into practice instinctively. But modern
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    • work among modern humankind as physicians and priests. Today two
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    • the theologians who want to overcome materialism in a modern manner
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    • other sciences. Modern astronomy itself lives only in names; it is
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    • element. Modern physicists deny all this. For them these four
    • already described that, but in a modern way. I told you that if the
    • this, we are able to bring into our own modern age what was present
    • identified in modern consciousness with the realm of the lower gods,
    • Christ the Son. That puts into modern speech what mystery wisdom
    • Here the modern
    • and higher gods. The modern initiate would describe it as follows: I
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    • diagnosis: psychopathological impairment. To modern physicians that
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    • seven years provides, in a certain sense, a kind of model from which
    • strength keeps very little to the model, only copies it for the
    • general form. Naturally, the universal human model must be preserved,
    • model they inherited.
    • heredity but must be recognized as a copy of the inherited model. The
    • After, the forces that copy the model are active. To be exact, one
    • body in accordance with the model. Why? Because, like the child
    • model — the body that will now be the child's own — and
    • forms a second body from the original model. It grows and is finally
    • body, copying from the model! The child is absorbing pure forces from
    • teeth, we would all die young in this modern civilization of
    • model. But we have collected many, many forces from sun and moon and
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    • MEANS OF INVESTIGATION than that provided by modern science, one
    • body from every direction. With modern science we follow these
    • means that modern science provides it is not possible to gain an
    • I can only describe it as the greatest possible respect for modern
    • who has to relate in any way to what modern science is able to
    • means of modern science at our disposal.
    • things were known and put into practice instinctively. But modern
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    • other sciences. Modern astronomy itself lives only in names; it is
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    • element. Modern physicists deny all this. For them these four
    • already described that, but in a modern way. I told you that if the
    • this, we are able to bring into our own modern age what was present
    • identified in modern consciousness with the realm of the lower gods,
    • Christ the Son. That puts into modern speech what mystery wisdom
    • Here the modern
    • and higher gods. The modern initiate would describe it as follows: I
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    • a question of being able to replace the old words by modern ones; it
    • from any modern language. Although the Hebrew of these early chapters
    • the pale and shadowy impressions which any modern language makes upon
    • those used by modern research.
    • of this language; it had a creativeness of which the modern man with
    • and ha'arets — represented for the modern man by
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    • set myself up in opposition, or apparent opposition, to “modern
    • with the opinions of modern science, unless I have first placed
    • us, modern science breaks down altogether. The scientists are not
    • behind all I say I am fully aware of the modern scientific outlook on
    • different in its very nature from modern tongues — can only be
    • feeling we have acquired as a result of the usual modern renderings.
    • about by the sound-ether is poured a still higher etheric mode. And
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    • But at the same time we have a new formation in the ascending mode, a
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    • anyone, from the standpoint of modern physics, raises an objection to
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    • modern scientific knowledge seems pretty amateurish. I do intend one
    • confused with what modern science calls earth. What is described here
    • occultism. The modern physicist will of course say that there is
    • herb — as I said yesterday, in the mode of species —
    • opens. If you are at all familiar with modern Biblical criticism, you
    • translation into modern speech — it is not correct, and I am
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    • in those expressions where probably even modern minds would be
    • its significance are today wholly unprepared for it. Modern physics,
    • much more profound than modern natural science dreams! Thus when
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    • theories of modern physics are in fact dreams. In so far as
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    • masses into cloud. I know quite well that the modern physicist cannot
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    • describe the being of man? Wonderfully! The passage is a model of
    • modern translation, you find the remarkable sentence: These are
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    • a great number of modern theologians would have it to be — then
    • This would be the necessary outcome of the teaching of modern
    • or it was what it is asserted to be by modern theology, which
    • wants always to associate itself with modern science; then
    • the modern age? Should it not go together with the Easter festival
    • up in men's minds to-day: All the lying and deception in modern
    • at the same time put his whole faith in modern science which
    • materialism of modern theology — that too is incompatible with
    • understanding of the enmity cherished by the modern materialistically
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    • Death. A characteristic symptom is that with the development of modern
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    • Testament exists, and modern humanity approaches the Mystery of
    • is inevitable that modern humanity should pass through the stage of
    • time since the modern Oriental, the Indian — about whom many
    • lead to an etherisation, an etherealised mode of experience in the
    • have written a book about the Christianity of modern theology, in
    • which he sets out to prove that this modern theology is no longer
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    • Christianity will have thrown off the outmoded forms of religious life
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    • people no longer have any real knowledge. To-day modern men generally
    • take an ordinary dream of which a scientific modern investigator of
    • their number is modest compared with that of the rest of mankind. It
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    • accommodating himself to a different mode of perception. Here we have
    • must be clear that the whole mode of feeling common to the dead is
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    • differently. The present-day sculptor works from a model. He beholds
    • the model and works accordingly. Not so the Greek. He had an inner
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    • modern German literature. I might call it a pearl among German novels.
    • bring forward many more characteristics; he was a model advocate. We
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    • this earth as one man knows of another, of whom he is given a model in
    • determines the limitations of knowledge, is our own mode of thought in
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    • thought of man? What was it that gave them the model? It was the
    • looking into a great model filled [with] small crystals. Present within
    • it as models were all the forms of human beings, animals and plants.
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    • of modern times have a similar origin. The illnesses caused by bacilli
    • realises that the actual source of these modern illnesses is nothing
    • sees decaying substance and therein the cause of modern infectious
    • as a reason for opposing modern medicine with its external remedies.
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    • This is a modernised Atlantis, in a new form, an atavism, a
    • greatness make their appearance in Tibet, there we have a modern,
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    • in one respect more difficult than it is in modern science as we know
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    • from lack of modesty, I should like to refer to the Rosicrucian
    • connection it is quite comprehensible that modern investigations into
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    • It is exceedingly difficult for modern consciousness to see any
    • death, they leave the human body. True, modern man says he can
    • somewhat strange and unfamiliar to modern man, and he can approach
    • insignificant modern poets. For Herder looks upon the sunrise as a
    • that he turned over certain questions in his head, as a modern
    • lost to modern research. At one time, however, such things were
    • Modern science knows only one side of the picture. The scientist sees
    • brought down to them by the rays of the moon. For modern man, the
    • By means of an initiation suited to modern times, however, we are
    • the spirit of the universe. The only difference is that the modern
    • questions — not merely in his modern pride to turn the questions
    • The modern initiate must also ask questions, but he must have patience
    • and not expect to receive the answers immediately. The modern initiate
    • A modern philosopher would hardly be prepared to wait as long as
    • knowledge, as this is understood in the sense of modern initiation,
    • as modern consciousness goes.
    • their words into modern language, but this is the gist of what they
    • prayers, the clever modern people say: That is mere visionary
    • the earth. And it is not only the juices described by our modern
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    • difficult, for they have almost entirely dropped out of use in modern
    • language. But modern language cannot penetrate directly into the realm
    • and so on, saying that through modern spiritual science we are led
    • conception sprang from the different modes of thinking, which were in
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    • What does the modern student of natural science say? He says: There
    • investigations of modern science that there are radioactive
    • You see, the researches of modern natural science are getting
    • modern scientists cannot help discovering the presence of lead right
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    • truth become far more living in the modern soul than the people of
    • Starting from such a thought, the results of our modern culture will
    • modern soul. Let us consider an early Greek soul. Let us try by means
    • soul itself is to modern man. You cannot think the story of the
    • instance in the Middle Ages and on even into modern times. Therefore,
    • has for modern spiritual life. All that is connected with the Mystery
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    • and modes of thought to a certain change before we are able to form
    • man. But if many modern naturalists are finding something like moral
    • much in its whole mode of feeling must undergo a change. It is quite
    • senses become linked and fused together. Hence, other modes of feeling
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    • essential it is to emphasise the need for human modesty — how
    • waver always between pride and modesty. We must certainly not give
    • way to pride, but neither must we surrender to modesty. It would be a
    • just explained, we can regard as a primary gift of modern Spiritual
    • the Moon, Sun, and Saturn evolutions! How lacking from the modern
    • revelation? The content of modern anthroposophical Spiritual Science.
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    • deal which under modern influences has become centralised. What we
    • modern life he has, in some respects, which has led on to the
    • Christ by modern pastors — that is not to come to the
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    • thoroughly modern man, a man who has felt himself to be a herald of a
    • it not as though modern humanity were being impelled — not
    • sense-perceptible reality of such a kind that a man of modern outlook
    • modern man led by such a recognition to form conceptions which are
    • class-interests of modern times have led to everything being jumbled
    • So are the findings of two modern spirits radically opposed.
    • of modern technique which culture and civilisation had carried to
    • lonely individual who emerged in our modern epoch was not well fitted
    • modern materialism it has become what you know it to be.
    • take this as a possible model for the return flow of everything that
    • by the capitalist system — a model for the leading back of all
    • modern times labour-power has become a commodity. Ordinary wage
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    • Increasingly in modern time, the mathematical way of studying the
    • modern Scientist as represented by Newton. The scientists of modern
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    • perhaps a bridge — the bridge which modern Physics cannot find
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    • really healthy ideas into a modern school. We must find ways of
    • our study of the nature of the human eye. Here is a model of it
    • modern Physics has to say about it, — what is already said in
    • Goethe's time. According to modern Physics, here are the colours of
    • that you ever get is grey, said Goethe. The modern text-books do
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    • Friends, in modern time. The phenomena have not merely been observed
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    • what is given you in modern Physics, abstracted as it is from all
    • great achievements of modern Physics; it is in truth a very great
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    • of modern Physics came about only gradually. What first caught
    • adopted in modern time, — adopted most of all, perhaps, in
    • Physics, especially at the beginning of modern time, either by the
    • of studying it which we have grown accustomed to in modern Physics
    • especially, we see how modern Physics is always prone to insert
    • modern Physics.
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    • to tell? If people once begin to reflect deeply enough in modern
    • most exact of Sciences, is modern mankind's dream of Nature.
    • indeed many things like this in modern Physics, — very
    • conceptions of modern Physics, terrible as these conceptions often
    • age, thought Hermann Grimm. Yet in our modern conceptions of
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    • the eyes of a seer. The whole process is completely foreign to modern
    • You are all familiar with the ideas held by modern astronomical
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    • In modern civilisation it is no longer right to take the path leading
    • knowledge. This is the true path of modern times. It did not exist in
    • Lemuria, the name also used by modern science. That was the time when
    • study the path that is right for modern humanity: the
    • Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age,
    • From this we see how with the approach of the modern age the medieval
    • man finds his way through methods belonging to the modern path of
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    • comparable with ecstasy. This is no longer part of the modern methods
    • available. But we shall understand the import of the modern method of
    • the methods by which, in line with modern culture, the forces from the
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    • little word “one” in modern writings! In this word man has
    • The spiritual investigator will accustom himself, in reading modern
    • It belongs to the whole mode of feeling of human beings today that
    • and Intuition and to show how in line with our modern culture, man can
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    • expression in modern language which is coined for the physical world
    • keeping with the consciousness of modern humanity, for one who takes
    • symbol is the one most appropriate and fitting for the soul of modern
    • appropriate modern method which leads man in the way indicated into
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • thinking in the modern sense. But with that logic of the heart a kind
    • to take this factor into account, yet modern anatomy has fallen into
    • Here we have a glimpse of something that modern science cannot
    • mode of thinking if he desires to attain knowledge of higher worlds.
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    • the shadow-sides of modern civilisation to be found chiefly in great
    • instructions given so lightheartedly nowadays about this or that mode
    • a consequence of modern life. We may be sitting together with others,
    • significance for our age, for modern spiritual life. Knowledge brought
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    • This is not a criticism of the modern scientific
    • In looking into a modern textbook
    • produces the kind of modesty we are used to from normal life,
    • but it produces an inward, intellectual modesty and humility
    • acquire a new mode of activity in the soul. This can happen
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    • The Science of the Spirit and Modern Questions
    • and Modern Questions
    • answers will be influenced by his modern outlook. And in living
    • style of which is dependent on modern technology, the modern
    • technical results which our modern life has brought are such
    • to these questions which modern life has caused to become
    • modern humanity, it comes to quite different results from those
    • conscientious and excellent method of thinking of modern
    • we develop what is active in the soul of the modern scientist.
    • intellectual modesty. Indeed, we must have this intellectual
    • modesty to such a degree that the comparison which I am
    • modesty and to say to ourselves: as far as the secrets of
    • existence. The modern seeking soul is in a way unconsciously
    • constituted from the modern soul. It was less awake in
    • that we have lost in our modern civilization is clear to us
    • when we read what scientists who take our modern civilization
    • through intellectual modesty.
    • for it is something which must be taken into modern
    • illnesses there were really no remedies. In modern scientific
    • under the influence of the modern naturalistic outlook? What
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    • will later on become the common property of mankind. Our modern
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    • man of the modern age brings his intellect to bear upon everything; he
    • has led to the great achievements of natural science in modern times.
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • the scientific mode of thinking entered mankind's development.
    • Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age,
    • study, is that the scientific path taken by modern humanity was, if
    • productive modern methods of scientific research. On many occasions I
    • research in recent times and the mode of thinking that can and does
    • have often described as very significant in modern evolution; namely,
    • Ages, was supplanted by the dawn of the present-day mode of thought.
    • As we look back into this dawn of the modern age, in which many
    • a modern student to comprehend.
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • of the fifth century B.C. as an atomist in the modern sense, because he
    • There is great difference between modern-day atomists and Democritus.
    • of force and as such were contrasted with space, something a modern
    • atomist cannot do in that manner. How could the modern atomist say
    • as yet has no idea of the modern concept of body. Therefore, it
    • it was the Greek form of necessity, not our modern physical
    • Only now, at this point, does the modern era of thinking begin. The
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • science in modern times has been greatly affected by a change —
    • most important in modern spiritual life, the point when Nicholas
    • they had the right model for the attainment of inward certainty.
    • as apply today. Take a modern mathematician, for example, who teaches
    • external modern anatomical and physiological point of view, the
    • discover in the thinkers of old the modern concepts that have been
    • corresponding to modern thinking. I divided the human organization
    • square. Modern nebulous mystics describe great mysteries, but there
    • Modern man inserts his system of coordinates into the universe and
    • each geometrical figure. Modern man feels no blood experience; he
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • last lecture, I spoke of a former view of life from which the modern
    • mankind's soul mood. The origin of modern scientific thinking
    • But to give the scientific mode of thinking its proper value, it must
    • actually assigning far greater value to science than do the modern
    • glorifies the modern view of nature, glorifies Copernicanism. One must have
    • the way Giordano Bruno describes the modern conception of nature. Why
    • modern scientific thinking.
    • that at the starting point of modern science the very person who was
    • I cannot see — which is what modern science justifiably states.
    • some aspects that will contribute to our study of the birth of modern
    • Modern science set out to master the natural phenomena by means of a
    • Therefore, owing to this mathematical approach, modern science is
    • somewhat modified through the modern theory of relativity,
    • the modern scientific way of thinking is taken seriously.
    • field — out of the modern attitude.
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • feature of the spiritual development leading to modern scientific
    • finding its way into the whole of modern thought and we see science
    • experiencing. This uncertainty slowly crept into all of modern
    • This example shows how far man has removed himself in modern times
    • nowadays is apt to put his own modern concepts into the minds of
    • follows a mathematical method but it is not mathematics in the modern
    • If we want to understand modern thinking, we must continually recall
    • past but is no longer suited to our modern outlook. In the present
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • description. The scientist of modern times needed a dehumanized
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • mode of conception becomes generalized so far that is applied to the
    • experience in the physical body, modern physics arises. It comes into
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • modern times. Now I will try to throw light from a certain standpoint
    • modern conceptions about nature. They were ideas of quite a different
    • signifies something other than in modern science. If, with the
    • modern historians of philosophy, the words that he had gleaned from
    • So we may say that the modern scientific view developed by way of a
    • It is still this way today. What modern physiology or anatomy tells
    • this ignorance concerning the being of man that produced our modern
    • ca also grasp the nature of man. Thus modern science arose, which is
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • from astronomy to the meager beginnings of modern chemistry. On the
    • whether or not modern physics speaks, for example, of atoms; what
    • its mode of thinking can take hold only of the dead. The same is true
    • at nature with the eyes of modern mechanics and physics, we must
    • modern mechanics and physics lead you to view nature in this way, you
    • willing are experienced today, they are mere semblance. Modern
    • This is how modern epistemologists look. They talk and talk, but
    • there. What are these fleeting formations that modern-day physics,
    • statement that when one speaks about matter in the sense of a modern
    • his accomplishments would long since be outmoded. These things must be
    • wonderful has arisen through modern science. In earlier times, the
    • today's mode of thinking arrives at the nothingness of his
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    • and super-earthly realms. He strives to extend modern ideas of physics
    • harm done by modern physical research, so-called, in dealing with what
    • available today. Then certain things already deduced from modern
    • thought of as it is considered by the modern physicist. It must be
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    • Modern physics pays scant attention to this circumstance. No attention
    • deeper insight into these matters. All the ideas current in the modern
    • instance, that the ground work for our modern thermometry was laid. It
    • comprehensive ideas than modern materialistic physics can furnish us.
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    • modern physics which tends to go over into theories, and to add
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    • of modern physics and on the other, we must become acquainted with
    • modern physics places in the path to a real understanding of the
    • the third power of an ordinary quantity in space. And since modern
    • In order to explain the phenomena, modern physics sets itself the
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    • just this, that modern man cannot easily bridge the gap between what
    • outer sense phenomena and what he experiences within. In these modern
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    • Notice now, we are being led very far from the modern method of
    • physics. Let us ask ourselves where the modern method really leads us
    • modern physics. Here is a man who has built up for himself entirely
    • entirely in the modern spirit, deals with physics. He begins the very
    • World According to Modern Physics by Edw. V. Hartmann, Leipzig,
    • theoretical views of modern physics. We cannot easily use what we have
    • modern thinking runs. Just as the physicists can point to factories to
    • Is it not true that the modern physicist observes what happens, and
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    • transformation and consider only the fact. Now, the modern physicist
    • abstract method of modern 19th century physics through and
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    • and super-earthly realms. He strives to extend modern ideas of physics
    • assumed by modern physics makes it necessary for us to turn our
    • have led to the discover of the so-called modern mechanical theory of
    • heat support this view. Indeed, that which appears in this modern
    • apart from man. This is indeed the principle characteristic of modern
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    • second body will become warmer than it formerly was. In modern physics
    • difficult for modern man especially. The human being is more prone to
    • Modern physics, you see, has not developed at all this idea of
    • pressure. That is unfortunate for modern physics. What we must learn
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    • open to us, in view of the knowledge of modern physics, and consider
    • from adding to the modern technology, knowing only pressures —
    • important law of the modern physics of heat — a perpetuum mobile
    • Another physicist, Mach, well known in connection with modern
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    • still different type will be valid. Our modern physics must conform
    • and extend it without more ado backwards in time. Modern astrophysics
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    • modern physics, are related, has been brought before you in past
    • Note how modern physical thinking is lost in the woods. Is it not true
    • Only consider the shocking trend in the modern academic world. We have
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    • realm which opens up Spiritual Science in the modern sense. It happens
    • it is to be shown how they merge into the modern spiritual view. The
    • transcends the etheric was made a part of the Cosmos. Modern spiritual
    • In modern experience, this contains no guarantee that it has an
    • the soul of man of which modern knowledge is only a reflection; and
    • Because modern knowledge has lost this astral element of man, it has
    • nature of the ‘Ego’, and this power has been lost to modern
    • the true ‘Ego’ has been lost to modern spiritual life, and
    • of mankind. In modern Science man is understood as a true reality only
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    • modern times. In these days it is a connection of ideas which are not
    • full consciousness of the modern scientific thinker it had something
    • soul-content the abstract character of the modern presentation, but
    • according to the modern stage of human evolution; exactly in the same
    • in the modern spiritual development of mankind. In earlier periods of
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    • with modern man. They were reflected in the soul. Man felt in the soul
    • man was only half conscious, remain completely unknown to modern man.
    • the man with religious cognition in a modern sense resembles primitive
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    • there grew up a modern branch of Theology which concerns itself really
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    • A modern science of Initiation can recognize this and can see the
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    • observation of a need of humanity in the modern age. The Guardians of the
    • to the modern mind and the modern soul.
    • their buildings, satisfied their personal needs. Then think of our modern
    • play compared with the wisdom of the ancient Chaldeans. To the modern
    • Chaldeans. That is why the modern researcher is so powerless in face
    • during recent centuries — this was first possible for modern science.
    • It is the Rosicrucian wisdom that gives this knowledge to modern man
    • spiritual knowledge in the form demanded by the modern age. We must
    • materialism was approaching apace. All modern achievements such as steam
    • are connected with every fiber of their being with the modern world and
    • age. We, however, wish to take modern life and its forms of expression
    • from those of earlier epochs. Occultists are aware of this. Modern
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    • four elements of earth, water, air, fire or warmth. For a modern physicist
    • this no longer has meaning; what modern science calls an element does not
    • coincide with what the occultist means by the word. The modern expression
    • is “air.” What the modern physicists regards as a state
    • for the occultist, the fourth element. I well know that modern science
    • abnormal in the modern age, occurring in a human being whose consciousness
    • of studying the evolution of the earth. In modern theosophical literature
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    • Atlantis cannot be found by modern researchers. Hopes cherished by learned
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    • in a materialistic and abstract mode of thinking. Philosophy is not
    • something absolute but a mode of thinking that has come into existence
    • the whole of modern philosophy.
    • object of criticizing modern science that the spiritual investigator
    • a half days. The modern initiation, if we like to call it so, once the
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    • one and the same. That is a truth, Theosophy teaches us to be modest
    • personality of modern times, how he tried to carry out the
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    • addresses nature not as a lifeless being, as modern materialistic
    • Modern materialism can no longer accomplish this. Yet, one who is
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    • and object of culminating in a general description of the modes of
    • the physical world, has no meaning except to certain modern
    • also attracts little creatures, but to this the modern
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    • rays from without inwards. And since various modes of operation come
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    • effect or objective as any modern legislation. So seen, however, they
    • things, and modern theologians cannot, of course, do this so easily. A
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • reaching to the depths of modern spiritual life, is necessary. When
    • in the last third of the nineteenth century, our modern style is raw
    • That, however, is certainly not the standpoint of the modern
    • expression of what is reigning in the innermost soul of the modern
    • consciousness the nearer the modern age approached. We lost not only
    • modern age. Well, of course, such things happen! Mankind may,
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    • hoping to carry the new Waldorf education into modern culture, he stressed
    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • a man like Scotus Erigena to speak of Rights as modern people speak,
    • they are thought to be by modern scholars. Homer felt himself a kind
    • Event could not have been delayed until the modern age. It had to
    • profounder natures in the modern youth movement. By no means
    • powers. Modern youth, when it understands itself, is demanding to be
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    • hoping to carry the new Waldorf education into modern culture, he stressed
    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • in addition to what is seen by the mere senses, in the way modern men
    • people do not ask: What has come about in modern mankind from the
    • us think of some earlier book on natural science. From the modern
    • point of view it is childish. But now let us put aside the modern
    • that time and what effect has a modern book? The modern book may be
    • brain. Modern thinking is a product of the brain. That is just the
    • secret — that modern thinking is a product of the brain. With
    • regard to modern thinking, materialism is quite right, but it is not
    • alive. Modern concepts are dead. Modern thinking is clever, but
    • But modern thinking is a product of the brain; earlier thinking was
    • up and took it back with him when he fell asleep. Modern thinking is
    • therefore, according to the way of modern science, we can be the
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • The achievements of the modern age are great. The moment the human
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • of modern man. They could not get beyond the point they were then
    • us complete this survey of the condition of the soul of modern man by
    • thinking, out of which our whole modern civilization flows, bears the
    • modern man, since the first third of the fifteenth century, thinking
    • in the modern age, man began more and more to make what is dead into
    • science easy for modern man. For his thinking is dead by the time of
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    • hoping to carry the new Waldorf education into modern culture, he stressed
    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • world of soul and spirit, what may be called in the modern sense of
    • education and instruction will have to shape themselves in a modern
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    • hoping to carry the new Waldorf education into modern culture, he stressed
    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • to be found in a chapter of modern biology — or of some other
    • getting inside such a soul, even if for the modern soul it is
    • The modern human being sees only that he acquired it as a child. The
    • modern spiritual development has moved in the opposite direction.
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    • hoping to carry the new Waldorf education into modern culture, he stressed
    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • the nineteenth century, those that gave the tone to the later mode of
    • what I should like to call modern clairvoyance ceases to be anything
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    • hoping to carry the new Waldorf education into modern culture, he stressed
    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • centuries preceding the modern age, that is, up to the fifteenth
    • soul and consciousness soul, which means for modern humanity the
    • century, a real modern youth movement would not have been possible.
    • than what is being done today. We must reckon with modern conditions
    • man is limited to the physical body alone. With modern science there
    • imagine that with the methods of modern science man could know as
    • the laboratory which modern science makes it out to be. It still goes
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    • hoping to carry the new Waldorf education into modern culture, he stressed
    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • Greece, cannot be grasped by modern concepts. Even for the old
    • this modern age it is most unusual that such a thing happens, for
    • phantasy of which modern science speaks. To understand the fullness
    • modern object lesson is said to be behind the times. But one has to
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    • hoping to carry the new Waldorf education into modern culture, he stressed
    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • modern culture does nothing to develop a sense for this. But this
    • that, relatively speaking, modern people know most. And what do they
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    • hoping to carry the new Waldorf education into modern culture, he stressed
    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • seems grotesque to modern man but I am telling you facts — how
    • one can adequately describe the impulse that has entered modern
    • in the sense of modern evolution we must increasingly experience
    • suffering from the great cultural disease of modern times,
    • what to modern people appears quite horrible. They have spoken, for
    • revolution going on in the depths of modern souls if we are to reach
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • is what modern civilization tells us. Previous civilizations
    • understood the kingdoms of Nature as arising out of man, modern
    • most potent factor in modern civilization. Man feels himself
    • considered a fool if one fights against what is regarded in modern
    • happened in modern civilization? Well, every science has become a
    • modern science tells us about the origin of life, about the
    • man's evolution than that of modern science. Everywhere the
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    • triad. We can observe very clearly in modern culture that the
    • modern mankind—in former times it was different—of putting
    • hell, introduced into two cosmic poems of modern times.
    • spiritual creations which rise out of modern man's consciousness. That
    • for the delusion of the duad has entered this modern consciousness,
    • productions of the modern age which are, from a certain point of view,
    • are a cultural maya and have sprung from the great delusion of modern
    • everywhere in modern civilization when human beings contrast heaven
    • You must realize what interests rule in modern spiritual history. Even
    • I have mentioned to you before that modern philosophers have adopted
    • in the footsteps of this dogma which has found its way into modern
    • the course of modern human evolution. Do not believe that you will be
    • are the blossoms of popular modern civilization, do not speak of
    • seriously. The achievements of modern man are in great need of
    • inquisitors. As modern men we must not place ourselves in such a
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    • our modern spiritual life and which is very little noticed today. You
    • day; and this is particularly true of modern psychology that is taught
    • completely hidden from modern mankind; the Luciferic spirituality
    • animal. The world conception of our modern civilization became
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    • modern mankind speaks about them. This, however, was not the case. We
    • concealed from modern man. In regard to this divine evolution, man
    • by Klopstock's Messiah, and by Goethe's Faust how modern
    • mode of thinking; to cease conceiving of the human being as a
    • deceptions of modern mankind that it is unaware of the connection
    • and is that, confronting modern life, we need a condition of soul
    • modern mankind.
    • have to develop the belief, modestly and humbly, that it takes a great
    • have to draw your attention to such a symptom of modern human
    • dawn of the modern age. He still knew something of the spiritual which
    • have learned through modern civilization chiefly to look upon thought,
    • is an illusion; for as modern human beings we are in the bondage of
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    • using the guidance that could be gained from the Aristotelian mode of
    • certain mode of thinking, a certain way of visualizing.
    • mode of thinking is only the last echo of the Mystery culture, for
    • present-day natural-scientific mode of thought. Most human beings who
    • requires a training of thought that is different from modern
    • mode of thinking took hold of mankind. In the middle of the fourteenth
    • ordinary life. If only modern philosophy were less perplexed in its
    • they refuse to do so — if only modern philosophy were less
    • by modern scientists and was so much beloved by Kant that he said: in
    • ancient culture. And in our modern age, the human being passed through
    • modern theologian, Adolf Harnack, who wrote the book,
    • with the Father god. Many of the modern evangelical theologians are no
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    • show that it is a prejudice to believe that the soul mood of modern
    • soul of a modern human being.
    • as little imagine that the mode of thought which Dante employs in
    • following: If we are a really efficient, modern thinker in the present
    • of the modern age pressed onward more and more toward conceiving of
    • way modern natural science demands we are unable to reconcile this
    • which I have mentioned frequently. Modern thinkers believe that they
    • Wisdom was considered the fundamental attribute of the Divine Being. The concept of Omnipotence only gradually penetrated the idea of the Divine Being, from the fourth century onward. It continued to develop. The concept of personality was abandoned and the predicate was transmitted to the mere order of nature, which is conceived of more and more mechanically. And the modern concept of the necessity of nature, the omnipotence of nature, is nothing but the result of the evolution of the concept of God from the fourth to the sixteenth century. Only, the qualities of personality were abandoned and that which constituted the concept of God was taken over into the structure of thinking about nature.
    • proletariat of the modern age. Behind this battle cry there stand very
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    • the world. We as modern human beings cannot attain this by
    • was comprehended at the outset, with the remnants of the ancient mode
    • process? Yes, says the modern physiologist. But this is not true. In
    • those vibrations emanate from the sun of which, out of the modern
    • spiritual the transition into the material and its mode of action in
    • entirely wrong. It we compare the state of nerves of modern mankind
    • modern clergy who uses such weapons as described above lives in these
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    • who was to become the time spirit of the modern age that from the
    • publication is written entirely from the standpoint of the modern
    • the sense of modern psychiatric judgment, he arrives at the following
    • impossible to think about soul-pathology as modern psychiatrist do and
    • He knows that in the souls there live side by side the modern
    • a modern psychiatrist,” depicting it expressionistically. The
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    • die moderne Theorie und Methode der analytischen Psychologie,
    • die moderne Theorie und Methode der analytischen Psychologie,
    • does the poor modern man do then, if he becomes ill from this
    • die moderne Theorie und Methode der analytischen Psychologie,
    • what has been murmuring in the subconsciousness of the modern
    • subconsciousness of modern humanity. Yet for this very
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    • examples what grotesque leaps modern erudition is obliged to
    • these leaps in the mental processes of modern scholars.
    • Jung's view is quite correct when he says that modern man, the
    • you may readily imagine that in this modern life, when people
    • include the world of feelings; that is to say that modern
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    • and paradoxical it may sound to anyone clever in the modern
    • of chemicals in a retort which modern physiology
    • the same time, adherents of the theories of modern physics.
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    • today it is more modern to say “monistic” mood. He was
    • modern philosophers. These modern philosophers can no longer
    • consider in what one can call the mode of thinking, the method of
    • how materialism has crept in. Because it is the mode of the time, it
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    • modern spread of books, when these Gospels were by no means in all
    • men, that they did not see what the critic sees, working in the modern
    • modern critics do not proceed more cleverly than one who, perhaps,
    • into the world in such a self-conscious intellectual way as modern
    • could educate himself to our present modern perception and
    • this modern perception, which beholds objects with the sharp contours
    • as Bible is coloured by the modern view of the world. There it runs,
    • because it contains a truth which lies as far as possible from modern
    • can bear such truths, withdrawn somewhat from modern habits of
    • modern science, still standing at the childish stage guarding its
    • happened earlier is repeated at a higher stage. Modern science has it
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    • it. Hence it is so infinitely difficult to squeeze into modern words
    • certain way to appeal to the modern words of the Bible. But we go
    • Our modern means of expression is pedantic. If a man stands before us,
    • sun, there are the forces which nourished this model. There above,
    • stands a model, which one calls Zarathustra. In truth, his being is
    • matter, not of the subsidiary ones. Now let us assume the same mode of
    • as in our modern pedantic speech, but as in the ancient speech, where
    • life, new force. But one must say: Our modern speech can only find
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    • explained lately) a mistake even made by modern Theosophy. St.
    • modern Materialism as absolutely secure. And, on the other
    • historical position of St. Augustine is revealed for modern
    • sleep, and a modern human being does not even know whether it
    • basis of their modern learning concepts by which they can grasp
    • the ideas at the disposal of modern learning, one could never
    • of modern life, to permeate it with Christianity; so that
    • especially strongly; he says approximately “My mode of
    • which is of infinite importance in our modern Movement, and in
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    • your hand. Yet the whole of modern Science is subject to that
    • deception. All modern Science believes that what we as
    • reference to this Fundamental Truth, modern humanity, by reason
    • to his physical body as the modern man does. In those
    • Hierarchy, just as modern man believes his soul to be bound up
    • into the external, sensible nature. Modern man, in the delusion
    • the Ideals of modern humanity to become the external Ordering
    • then came the modern age. This newer age brought disbelief in
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times;
    • history. These modern human beings who knew themselves to be
    • Truth in our modern age. But, my dear friends, with the concept
    • the influence of the Delusion of Life. Our modern concept of
    • modern Ahrimanic delusion. “Nations” are relics of
    • the pre-Christian Age, and modern humanity must rise above them
    • now in the modern life of man something very peculiar is to be
    • mind. In the views which result as the flower of modern
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    • with me when I say that without fire nothing of modern engineering
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    • the view of a modern investigator who asserts that Polyphemus and the
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    • his soul. Many people believe that the materialism of our modern time
    • wake the most evil forces of the soul. So likewise do our modern
    • thereby. Just as the mood of the mystics modeled itself out of the
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    • life. Imagine the artist, Michelangelo, arranging a group of models.
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    • Modern astronomy is supported by two postulates of
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    • those modern religious documents, but what they contain can also be
    • up to the time of modern Mythology — I use the word purposely —
    • understand, given full value to that Mythology which is called modern
    • world-spheres as physical orbs. But to him who knows, modern
    • Kepler, and Galileo. A future will come when modern Mythology will be
    • to be penetrated by the ancient spirit. It is the task of modern
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    • who remember elementary physics will know that modern science does
    • Both ancient and modern spiritual science agree
    • Here we find something which modern science does not consider
    • modern spiritual science agree that warmth or fire is that wherein
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    • Saturn? It is no other than that which we know in modern man as the
    • stronger potentiality than is the case with modern humanity. What is
    • the power behind the force of ideas, or concepts, in modern humanity?
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    • to the opinion of many modern people, our solar system has formed
    • fantastic modern theory of the origin of the world, and turn our
    • naive, but the simple-mindedness of modern, materialistic mythology
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    • folk as are the modern astronomical theorists; and there hardly ever
    • times with the same disdain with which the men of the modern
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    • of all; for we shall have to touch on things of which the modern
    • can survey from this standpoint the facts of modern science. In what
    • contradicts the facts of modern science, but naturally the harmony is
    • certainly answer: do you not know that modern physics can produce air
    • or in the lifeless, inanimate sense of modern science. It is
    • which the modern astronomical ‘mythology’ sees only
    • You will ask how this agrees with the modern definition of the
    • correspondence to modern conditions, which are differently
    • optics of modern times. But it is a fact. Modern physics does not
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    • theories of modern science, will compel men to seek these truths of
    • modern research, will receive illumination to the minutest detail.
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    • A we said before, all this is extremely difficult for the modern mind
    • beginning of all time. We men say, that we must start from our modern
    • modern.
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    • stated that in a phenomenon like conscience a modern spiritual seer
    • modern man, being endowed with clairvoyance, must have been able to
    • seer; modern men feel the inner voice of conscience and the spirits
    • modern word conscience. There is not even a word for it in any
    • thousands of years in search of an instance of our modern soul life,
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    • manifested by the Earth period. It is obvious that the modern
    • strikingly vivid statements, which can be verified by modern
    • modes of thought. Western thought, in face of the whole task and
    • the point at issue here is that of raising a mode of thinking to a
    • discoveries of modern super-sensible investigation are to be found
    • the name of Indra. If, from the point of view of modern super-sensible
    • best for me to explain how it is possible for a modern man to acquire
    • whether the initiate of modern days sees him in the same form? The
    • antiquity from a modern point of view. History is a concept which
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    • West lying between modern Europe and America, and that such Asiatic,
    • and push forward to the consciousness proper to our modern time. It
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    • division in the spiritual culture of the Greeks. In more modern times
    • etc., and to our more modern mystics. Here are men who look down into
    • so the more modern mystics, piercing inwards, could say like Meister
    • has become possible. Therefore we may, with regard to modern times,
    • the world. When modern men speak of the mystical Christ within the
    • is the effect upon modern Rosicrucian initiates of this introduction
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    • various senses. We cannot here go into all that modern science has to
    • by man of modern times. The old Indian, possessing a finer
    • modern abstract materialistic science, they were always conscious
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    • intellectual concepts of modern culture.
    • cognition. For our modern methods of acquiring knowledge, whether by
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    • ancient guise, unsuited to modern times. Why are the teachings of
    • the initiates have learned to understand them in a modern sense, just
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    • The challenges we face in modern life require ever-deeper
    • Within modern spiritual life attempts have been made to
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    • The challenges we face in modern life require ever-deeper
    • semi-circular canals in the human ear. Modern thinking, which as a
    • Until modern science learns to illuminate the edifice of
    • not of a special touch sense in the way modern physiology does. All
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    • The challenges we face in modern life require ever-deeper
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    • The challenges we face in modern life require ever-deeper
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    • The challenges we face in modern life require ever-deeper
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    • The challenges we face in modern life require ever-deeper
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    • The challenges we face in modern life require ever-deeper
    • the thought habits of modern science prevented a continuation of that
    • with modern scientific methods. Out of the spirit of present-day
    • In order to show the links with modern science I must
    • threads lead from modern scientific psychology to spiritual science.
    • continues to loom into modern thought, as in Brentano, in which
    • the fact that, even from the standpoint of modern science, it is
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    • The challenges we face in modern life require ever-deeper
    • modern science would take a long time, and references to external
    • than the approach itself. A modern science of external corporeality
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    • The challenges we face in modern life require ever-deeper
    • pointed out that modern science really gathers from all sides certain
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    • The challenges we face in modern life require ever-deeper
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    • modern people. The word as a medium of strife and blasphemy often
    • of the human race stood higher in the scale of evolution than modern
    • In those remote ages — and this is contrary to what modern science
    • of chaos but out of the chaos there will arise a harmony modelled in
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    • — either schooled in the mysteries of the modern age or possessing
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    • impulses went out from the Mysteries. And — let the modern intellect
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    • to men in earlier times. This is again a matter of which the modern
    • of soul underwent continual change until, in the modern world, it
    • was very different from our modern astronomical science — although in
    • are grasped by the modern mind. Man's whole life between birth and
    • what this soma-juice really is. Modern scholars assert that nobody
    • The modern mind with its tendency to abstraction and theory and its
    • souls quite different in character from the souls of modern men, In my
    • in our mathematical astronomy is the modern metamorphosis of the
    • With the forces of knowledge, feeling and belief possessed by modern
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    • I want to speak to-day about a Festival to which in modern times less
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    • Modern Christianity has very little knowledge or understanding of the
    • because this insight had been lost, we find the most modern school of
    • Conqueror of Death, has gradually been lost and modern theology
    • glories of the starry worlds. But for modern man the starry worlds and
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    • A famous modern historian was once asked by a man interested in world
    • the fact that the most distinguished and enlightened minds of modern
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    • inhabitants of Old India. They had therefore quite a different mode of
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    • undergoes a complete modification. It must be entirely re-modeled, so
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    • author of The Christ Myth, — a modern philosopher who may
    • takes all that Modern Theology on its part has to say, and then tries
    • result of modern theological criticism. I will not go into details;
    • do we by any chance believe that our modern philosophers are
    • above materialism, the mode of thought prevailing in science has not
    • it could bring forth a new impulse for the renewal of its mode of
    • unspiritual mode of comparison that must be overcome. For instance
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    • The whole tendency of modern thinking is to seek the reflection of
    • I, but the Christ in me.” But modern man says, “I in me,
    • India and a modern Western world-conception. Today in the West we
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    • Sun with its whole planetary system. That is why in our modern
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    • discovered from the occult aspect in modern times. If a Buddhist were
    • We come now to a fact that is exceedingly important for modern
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    • science, of a spiritual knowledge, for modern man.
    • language, a loftier mode of speech. Then the others drew near and
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    • is uppermost in life today. Modern economists do not only reckon with
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    • form would have a grotesque appearance according to modern ideas if
    • except those of Judas and Christ. For them I have no models, although
    • in the case of Judas, if no model turns up I can always take the
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    • such a way that they would be repelled by this impossible mode of
    • the one-sided standpoint of one single conception, one single mode of
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    • way that their whole mode of perceiving and encountering the world
    • model has been given.
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    • crazy modern physiology which speaks of two kinds of nerves, the
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    • such a way that they would be repelled by this impossible mode of
    • the one-sided standpoint of one single conception, one single mode of
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    • way that their whole mode of perceiving and encountering the world
    • model has been given.
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    • deeply entwined — at least the life of modern man and of the
    • the modern mode of thinking, where the materialistic concept of the
    • from our modern thinking, and the generality of our modern educated
    • look up to what is still felt by a great part of modern humanity as
    • the actual meaning of life and its origin. Modern natural science has
    • of pain we create new life. In the notes of a modern natural
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    • evil. Evil is confined to the human kingdom. Modern science tries to
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    • definite manner about every subject. The modern scientist would not
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    • philosopher of modern times,
    • a materialistic western spirit. The materialism of modern times is
    • is absurd to look at modern conditions and say: ‘What nonsense
    • ancient times mingle and interpenetrate with those of modern times.
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    • better for Anthroposophy modestly to say what it has to say than to
    • for the modern consciousness have lost the meaning they possessed at
    • the modern view of life is always to seek what is most convenient. And
    • instincts with more or less moderation. It follows its plan of life,
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • We find a time at the turning point between the Middle Ages and modern
    • modern times we call diptheric, which in many cases appears when there
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    • previously in use. From this we have learnt how the modern scientific
    • explain why the modern trend of the medical faculty is to seek the
    • discovered by modern psychologists. As there exists but little
    • Modern philosophers when dealing with Spiritual Science come more than
    • instance, we pursue modern physics back to the moment when Galileo was
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • such qualities as lead to modesty and humility. This is essential for
    • an aversion for humility and modesty in man and is repulsed if we have
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    • modern man is terrified of incarnating as woman), since these matters
    • superficiality of modern science:
    • That is why the modern cellular physiology which sets out from an
    • That is why all our modern theoretical science is a creation of
    • modern opinion stands in the way.
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    • into individual substances. Now the methods of modern science cannot
    • Here is the transition from the Middle Ages to modern times and many
    • our modern science will not for a long time be ripe: Matter is in
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    • destroyed by the lightning flashes; they then remodel themselves as
    • this superficial faculty of intellect in our modern culture to
    • different. Modern civilization is such that people think that the
    • Just imagine some modern philosopher or one from the
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    • this modern materialistic culture there is every reason to point out
    • one of our fine young theater critics. A dainty little modern critic
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    • shown me that a number of well-known modern scholars have become
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    • modern culture in regard to anything expressing itself as
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    • objectively at modern life and surely perceive all its confusion and
    • self-imposed moderation — the word is indeed not chosen
    • complex, to some extent inferior, second-rate condition of modern
    • confusion of modern intellectual life with clarity of vision, as long
    • backs on very many ingredients of modern culture. For this we need
    • of the spiritual world, especially in our modern time, is not all
    • Movement in the modern world. One has to consider what should be the
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    • am taking Greece and Rome as belonging to modern times) a greater
    • element in modern history would confess that neither in the sphere of
    • Egypto-Chaldean age. Our modern humanity is certainly not sensitive
    • Right into modern times this Renaissance continues its influence,
    • bringing a breath of early Greek times into our modern age.
    • lawyers in modern times who have based the connection of modern man
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    • This mode of thought must
    • disturbance that came into the evolution of modern man through the
    • every kind in order to kill this gnawing worm, which others modestly
    • it qualities that are characteristic of modern man, the recognition of
    • that lie near at hand. We have first of all a modern instance in
    • marvelously depicted. With the aid of the best of modern scholarship
    • completely into the modern point of view, Jesus was an historical
    • of modern life, these three ways of cognizing the figure of Jesus
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    • determined by the whole development of our modern culture. This
    • that are hidden behind the threshold of knowledge from modern man is
    • differently. He has become weak in courage. The modern person much
    • I have said, however, modern man is much too weak in courage for that;
    • secrets of modern existence that will become clearer in the course of
    • by modern man when a veil is drawn over certain processes that are
    • are, in fact, not understood at all by modern man. In a way, he is
    • Modern man, with his experience of what happens around him and of what
    • the super-sensible. Beneath what we modern people experience in the
    • It is the same with modern life. We observe that Ernest Renan writes
    • covered over and unperceived in modern normal life.
    • superficially as modern people like to do to avoid giving pain. If,
    • Yes, when we regard this modern human soul, we see how below, in the
    • You see the two extremes toward which modern man is tending. The one
    • modern times will be a purely mechanical science and knowledge, not
    • forgotten in our circle, namely, that it is essential to modern
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    • way. Modern science, which has been pursued by mankind — rightly
    • Now, we have tried to study the fundamental meaning of this modern
    • by external history as the transition from the Middle Ages to modern
    • Again, we can say of the modern age also, which, as it has evolved
    • that belongs to modern times, one learns about the lifeless. Through
    • unquestionably clear how the foremost currents of modern thought lead
    • modern mankind is really hastening into a sort of homunculus era, he
    • modern way of feeling and thinking, as it has developed in the last
    • The modern age is not adapted for directly applying such a principle.
    • own force. You will say that the efforts that have been made in modern
    • achievements of modern civilization from the point of view of their
    • reason for turning away from the terrible state into which modern
    • hate in which modern civilization finds itself. It was written by a
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    • over the earth. Similar attempts modeled on the campaign of the Huns
    • who have grown up in the tender culture of modern times, and do not
    • the modern age begins with the people of Europe being drawn to
    • the most powerful Russian thinker of modern times, it is everywhere
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    • Let us see what has been done in particular instances in modern
    • Christianizing of the modern world conception. It did not lie in his
    • conclusion of Faust, although Goethe, who was inwardly modest
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    • simple, easygoing way that modern history largely employs, one comes
    • there is Karl Marx, the founder of modern socialism, whose influence
    • modern physics; Kepler modern astronomy; we have galvanic, voltaic
    • sun was on? Of what use is that to me?” That is how modern man
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • destructive, in our modern surroundings. We are living in a world in
    • fruitful impulse is to be brought into life, into life with its modern
    • still more weakened as it passed into our modern life of education. In
    • our modern life of education, everything has become devoid of living
    • secondary schools, into the whole popular cultural life of modern
    • it is not to be found in life today, but in our modern age of chaos
    • pretty clearly. And when our modern Spiritual life became entirely the
    • the unimaginative mind of Rome. We shall not understand modern life,
    • modern Spiritual life which strikes one most forcibly, especially in
    • origin has, of course, vanished from ordinary modern life. We notice
    • with legalities has bred the modern Bourgeoisie. The Bourgeoisie is
    • the immorality of modern untruth in the right light, it will bring
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    • wars, and the way in which such modern personalities form their
    • one thing more. In this respect many of the modern interpretations of
    • of the Divine and the Diabolical. It is the great error of modern
    • which modern humanity describes as Godlike, is simply Luciferic. They
    • he had a model for Judas. In a short time he had painted the face of
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    • Mystery of Man's Will has been veiled from modern culture especially
    • post-Atlantean age. The modern theory of the universe knows the very
    • Will is to the modern man entirely unknown, and with this is to be
    • connected the fact that our entire modern civilization —
    • make when we give ourselves up to the great illusion of modern
    • shadowy knowledge of modern man, it is all the more necessary that man
    • modern materialistic civilization, the Greco-Latin, which goes back to
    • it is just this secret which is known to the more modern Catholic
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    • spirit of modern scientific investigation, as he has of the
    • philosophic crumbs used by modern science as foundational; and
    • nineteenth century. Modern man stands before a terrible fact today
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    • science of initiation arising out of the modern spirit is in some
    • because it endeavours in accordance with modern needs to attain to a
    • natural science and modeled upon it — do not reach far enough to
    • initiation, according to modern requirements and to Anthroposophy, it
    • a modern science of initiation. In the one case we have to carry out
    • time-organisms. We have come to experience what in the modern science
    • world; to know that these forces were modeling and moulding our
    • knowledge, as a technical term in this modern science of initiation.
    • from the point of view of modern science, what we thus attain through
    • adapts to modern consciousness. In old times it rose in us in an
    • Anthroposophy is actually a continuation of that modern striving for
    • and an understanding of the experiences of the modern world, that the
  • Title: Lecture: Cognition of the Christ Through Anthroposophy
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    • Clairvoyance, which is the basis of the modern science of initiation,
    • speaking of exact clairvoyance in connection with the modern science
    • into the cosmos and into the working of all things through the modern
    • modern age. Whoever visits this School for Spiritual Science will find
    • could be made to other directions in which the modern science of
    • yesterday about the path of spiritual development for modern times
    • human evolution and history. Modern scientific history usually skims
    • not, as in the modern conception of Animism, something created out of
    • modern science of initiation, just as it is possible for those who are
    • through the experiences and training of the modern path of initiation,
    • modern initiate can understand it by means of the new science of
    • some respects modern anthroposophical science — we find that in
    • different in character from those described for the modern science of
    • So it is that when we come to view the Mystery through the modern
    • encouragement and understanding from the modern science of initiation.
    • those who have been bereft of Christianity by modern science and the
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    • One who simply grows up into our modern civilization observes the
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    • it bear the character of our modern festivities, but should be brought
    • It is because dreams are a protest against our mode of life in the
    • natural-scientific mode of thought. Now, Staudenmaier does not exactly
    • conclusion. No one who thinks in line with modern natural science
    • and to speak of the physical sunlight merely as does the modern
    • the crude methods of our modern precision instruments, how the
    • life! However little this may accord with our modern concepts —
    • the picture they present to modern astronomy — a picture derived
    • became enlightened in the same way. — Doubtless many a modern college
    • honest; but modern science is simply not honest when dealing with such
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    • of which modern astronomy tells us, but rather that they can enter our
    • limestone, etc., described by modern external science for there is no
    • calculation of everything in the modern science of geology that
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • Of course our modern humanity treats such things with
    • you know, our modern natural science considers these two impulses of
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • events. That is a mode of acquiring knowledge of these earth
    • processes which is somewhat different from the mode to which I am now
    • quite a different form. In this respect the ideas of our modern
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • modern sense did not exist. Then the whole was pervaded by
    • If we as modern men could transpose ourselves into that ancient
    • cosmos everywhere, those forces of which our modern science has no
    • wish to know anything. Hence our modern science is indeed no true
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • certain sense at the starting-point of modern spiritual life, in that
    • it has given impulses to this modern spiritual movement, and yet has
    • still remains a fact that the modern student must go through the same
    • rendering what was practised in that ancient language into modern
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • use a mode of speech only possible in later times) out of this
    • physical-sense world as model, whereas the Hibernian art was founded
    • man of modern times. I would say, the approach to the Hibernian
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    • “nature” that which our modern natural scientists
    • modest mien and yet proud standing in the world, he actually felt how
    • Think of our modern education, of what a prince is
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    • the powerlessness of modern man.
    • abstract way, but in an inner living way: “You as modern man
    • the neck, to indicate to him that the abstraction of the modern head
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    • the laboratory in which you have your retorts you as a modern chemist
    • acquired by the modern physiology.
    • remarkably like our modern instruments, or at least sufficiently like
    • become the abstractions which meet us today in our modern physics and
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    • some kind of material — not glass in our modern sense —
    • to experience the triviality of our modern consciousness which we
    • life, especially in our modern age. A man can sit down like a piece
    • modern materialistic times. One is always so astonished to find how
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    • super-sensible. According to our modern empirical way of
    • different way from the way modern man sees. In the times that
    • something outside the range of modern scientific consciousness,
    • way, as the result of modern empiricism all that was once seen
    • modern empirical observation. The sharp contours were not there
    • of knowledge, including that of medicine. In our modern
    • regions encompassed by modern material empiricism. I wish to
    • summed up as a charlatan. The results of modern empirical
    • now you may say: “Yes, but modern science leads us to a
    • to this purely sense-oriented empirical mode of research, and
    • in the domain of modern medicine there may be a feeling that
    • modes of higher knowledge give us, to begin with, knowledge of
    • something, and so in modern times certain scientists who dabble
    • images colored with feeling. And modern physiologists no longer
    • apply a uniformly objective mode of cognition to the human
    • he is usually assumed to be. Modern physiology knows, of
    • modern physiology. The part played in the organization by the
    • wider knowledge than can be attained by modern methods and
    • to scoff at the natural scientific mode of observation but on
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    • be brought into harmony with the data of modern sense-oriented
    • empirical investigations of modern times, and the intermediate
    • the physical, our mode of thinking can no longer confine itself
    • The purely physical mode of thinking, therefore, must confine
    • with the not entirely mechanistic mode of observation that is
    • adopted by natural science today. An entirely mechanistic mode
    • modern science cannot readily acknowledge but that is
    • nonetheless a truth, resulting indeed from modern science
    • natural scientific, inorganic mode of observation. In fact,
    • is primarily composed. But this mode of observation can be
    • have something that lies very far indeed from modern ways of
    • of the modern type will not help you in the least. What will be
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    • conception of the modes of activity in the human organism
    • the sense of modern chemistry. They conceived of them in the
    • these things only for the sake of clarity, for with our modern
    • modern medicine. There is no question of asking you to accept
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    • the field of the plastic activities and used as modeling
    • amateurish abuse of modern scientific methods. Instead we are
    • modern sense-oriented science. It would encourage the opinion
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    • to nature that underlies our modern view of natural events.
    • oriented spiritual science generally, the great significance of modern
    • experimental research through observation. Something like our modern
    • modern physician is basically unable to take the spiritual into
    • even pathology, for this spiritual element is still an unknown in modern
    • modern medicine with an extraordinary number of difficulties:
    • the healing process. In the history of modern philosophy little concern
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    • modern times, however, a person who once again approaches a spiritual
    • wisdom. Neither sentence can be comprehended with the customary modern
    • Modern physiological science pays little attention to this, although
    • can be. If you direct your attention to the real revelations of modern
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    • the state of medicine in modern times, this happens far too frequently
    • particularly in modern times; this aspect has asserted itself in our
    • suggested by modern psychology and physiology, that those processes
    • modern physiology and pathology would like to encompass it today; it
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    • You know that in modern medicine, according to the natural scientific
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    • in which the anthroposophical mode of thought should be understood
    • were thoughts of the Supersensible. According to the modern empirical
    • with and not against modern scientific research.
    • against the concepts of modern science. Indeed, I must emphasise at
    • lack what modern science has been able to give us, for the simple
    • the study of objects as we approach them with modern empirical
    • the outlook of modern man. In the ages that really came to an end
    • different from the modern conception.
    • of modern scientific perception, Galen was not able to see
    • objects become more definite. As the result of modern empiricism, all
    • into modern culture, equipped with the kind of training given in our
    • results of modern empirical investigation are there and must be
    • secondary. And now you may say: ‘Yes, but modern science leads
    • objective and empirical mode of research, and we never come to the
    • I think that in the domain of modern medicine there may be a feeling
    • these three modes of higher knowledge give us, to begin with, an
    • modern physiologists have ceased to speak I Why? Very naturally
    • long as we apply a rigidly objective mode of cognition to the being
    • usually supposed to be. Modern physiology knows, of course, that to a
    • part of modern physiology. The part played by the kidneys in the
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    • brought into harmony with the data of modern empirical knowledge —
    • investigations of modern times, and the intermediate stages will have
    • organisation that is woven into the physical, however, our mode
    • The purely physical mode of thought, therefore, must confine itself
    • limit ourselves to this, we can get on quite well with the mode of
    • natural science to-day. An entirely mechanistic mode of observation
    • world. But then we find something that modern science cannot readily
    • scientific, inorganic mode of observation. In effect, the product of
    • composed. But this mode of observation can be applied equally well to
    • something that lies very far indeed from modern habits of thought. I
    • especially ‘occultists’ of the modern type — will
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    • cannot, however, arrive at a well-founded conception of the modes of
    • the sense of modern chemistry. They conceived of them in the way I
    • of clarity, for with our modern scientific knowledge we cannot go
    • verified by the methods of modern medicine. There is no question of
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    • mode of therapeutic procedure leads to the best results, much can be
    • activities and used as modeling material. And then there arise
    • amateurish abuse of modern scientific methods, but rather of giving
    • Spiritual Science and modern material science. It would encourage the
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture I: The Social Question as a Cultural Question, a Question of Equity, and a Question of Economics
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    • tendencies of modern life and make the economy the servant of society
    • is confirmed by the whole volume of historical thought in modern
    • influence of modern technical science and modern capitalism, the
    • in modern times views have arisen regarding national, or political,
    • Saint-Simon. There are others like them. Model forms of society have
    • may be said to hold really modern socialistic views for their opinion
    • social ideals born of feeling, sentiment and modern learning which
    • humanity, as seen in the development of modern history. It has often
    • question is connected in all essentials with the modern capitalistic
    • special form, is the outcome of the preponderance of modern technical
    • modern application of technical science, an entirely new attitude of
    • mind has arisen among modern civilized humanity. This new conception
    • unfavorably the discoveries of modern times through scientific
    • Giordano Bruno, and much besides. But side by side with modern
    • technical science, with modern capitalism, a gradual change has come
    • its source in the teachings of modern science. But it is profoundly
    • true that the scientific mode of thought itself proceeds from a
    • certain definite attitude of the modern human soul. He who can
    • as a whole since the dawn of modern times. It is a significant
    • at the same time as capitalism and modern technical culture. Men were
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    • tendencies of modern life and make the economy the servant of society
    • view of the facts of modern social evolution, such as I attempted to
    • economics. Any one who studies modern evolution will find that these
    • those which are applicable to the political life of modern times.
    • administration must be altogether modeled on political life.
    • secondary importance. They say, it is true, that modern economic life
    • has been transformed by modern technical science. But if they were to
    • relationship between modern technical science and specialized
    • knowledge and expert skill. They could not help seeing how modern
    • in the recent periods of modern civilization, seven hundred to eight
    • inseparable from it. Modern economic life is altogether unthinkable
    • without the basis of modern technical science and without special
    • the evils we see to-day? The modern process of production, because of
    • the Reformation, at the beginning of modern history, the precious
    • III, who was completely under the spell of modern ideas, took it into
    • under the ever-increasing influence of modern finance? What is called
    • wages are paid out of capital, and that modern economic life is
    • striving for mere profit, the race for wealth in modern times. For in
    • community. The remodeling of the market, which to-day operates in
    • modern mind, the belief that the imposition of a tax on income is a
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    • tendencies of modern life and make the economy the servant of society
    • agrees that institutions should be modeled on social lines. He is not
    • at all pleased, however, with the proposal that he should model his
    • entered into the modern history of evolution. In the course of the
    • expressed a deeply significant fact of modern evolution.
    • Modern thought
    • extent dependent on economic life. The extent to which in modern
    • social edifice of modern times, those conditions have arisen which
    • have led to the modern form of the proletarian question. To the
    • of the modern social problem. The point on which the whole social
    • developed in modern history as the demands of democracy. We cannot
    • human evolution itself as a kind of organism. But the modern method
    • among the present-day modes of thought, you will find none which can
    • be right and best for himself. In modern times the democratic
    • has grown out of the depths of human nature. The demand of modern
    • modern humanity, a very concrete significance. I will exemplify these
    • happened countless numbers of times. This peculiarity of the modern
    • transparent truths are overshadowed by modern life, and that it is
    • in their handicraft and in all other work. Modern socialist thinkers
    • caused by modern economic conditions. Most of all he is separated
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    • characteristic in the development of modern art is that it has lost
    • modern capitalism and modern technical science became a power,
    • a longing to know something also about modern art a request was made
    • moved in other domains of modern civilization. Have we not seen that
    • over-spread all modern scientific activity to an ever increasing
    • correctly. Thus the modern researcher, the modern scientist, strives
    • commonly known today. It fully recognizes the methods of modern
    • science, fully recognizes also the triumphs of modern science. But
    • research of modern science better than the scientists themselves, it
    • the idea of freedom as an impulse prevalent in our modern civilization.
    • modern times. In my
    • different standpoint. For if we take that which modern science and
    • modern human consciousness look upon as the real self, but
    • necessity. Were man only that which he is held to be by modern
    • of natural causes. But modern human consciousness is not much aware
    • freedom really begins. Modern human consciousness is only aware of
    • true modern conception of the impulse towards freedom. It must also
    • have on this account carried into modern times an antiquated view,
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    • the historical development of humanity in modern times. We may say
    • model held up to him. But the truly free spiritual and intellectual
    • modern technical science and the later capitalism. Only within the
    • development of modern states will show that by insisting on the
    • proposes to call forth an ethical mode of thought and feeling by
    • influence of this mode of thought. And no one sees that all these
    • his workmen. Here the model for the social organism, which took its
    • modern times, of the division of labor, of capitalism, of technical
    • truly human. There no one who is equipped only with abstract modern
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    • question may be produced. This is the way modern social programs come
    • been established in modern humanity? To what has this international
    • modern times something has arisen which was bound to appear as a
    • see how urgent is the demand of modern times for a world-economy, for
    • truly international on the earth? Nothing but the field of modern
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    • regarding the mode of thought known as spiritual science, which is
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    • economic life of modern peoples had become extraordinarily complicated
    • during the first half of the century, what was practically the modern
    • questions in modern times were being asked in England as early as the
    • social and economic questions in the modern sense could pursue their
    • modern economic life. They simply had to apply the trade capital
    • Germany people were far more aware of how they entered into modern
    • before that time took place instinctively. It was only in modern times
    • accustomed to apply in the science of modern time.
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    • all we have come to do in the modern science of Nature is to regard it
    • On the model of such a science we cannot study the economic process.
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    • of the modern division of labour, the economic life as such depends on
    • must find our way into the true process of modern economic life,
    • instinct that calls for altruism in modern economic life —
    • modern division of labour — a purely economic category —
    • The few who provide for themselves on the model of our tailor do not
    • same thing is present in a hidden form in modern economic life where
    • the typical modern capitalist. Are they not all of them traders? The
    • fact, modern conditions amount to this: All that arises here in the
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    • at a certain time — at the beginning of the modern period —
    • at the same time. So then we witness the rise of the modern economic
    • Now at the time when the modern science of Political Economy was
    • modern history the mutual exchange between national economies —
    • of its external frontiers. The cardinal problem for modern Economics
    • For a truly modern Economic Science, we must seek an answer to this
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    • modern times, have been debarred from the sacred truths of olden
    • through the new initiation of modern times, a way has, opened once
    • attack that was threatening from the side of Rome. Modern
    • things that are around us. It rests with modern initiation science
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    • is possible for one who has acquired modern initiation knowledge to
    • within which man finds himself enwoven. But we men of modern times
    • my dear friends, is what modern Initiation Science must bring, —
    • of which modern man stands in need, — needing it as surely as
    • observe how it stands with initiation in modern times and what is
    • lecture the tasks that lie before modern initiation.
    • order to give you some idea of the tasks of modern initiation, I
    • modern initiation. On this path of initiation knowledge we have
    • beholding Nature. But the initiate of modern times has to set
    • indeed, if we know of him only what we see with our eyes. Modern
    • Cosmos. That is the nature of the task modern initiation
    • through. Even before modern initiation — which opens the way
    • even before this modern initiation began to take its true place in
    • ultimately destroy modern initiation, would wipe it clean off the
    • initiation in the modern way, enemy powers were already in
    • point to many persons in whom this method of resistance to modern
    • after all, but one of the many everlasting talkers of our modern
    • PER SPIRITUM SANCTUM REVIVISCIMUS the modern initiate has to set
    • opposition to modern initiation is inevitable. A terrible
    • and more intimate circle, to give you descriptions of what modern
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    • not be earthly man at all. Modern man feels united with the Earth and
    • were not unlike our modern doctors of medicine. The modern doctor
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    • we are turned back; for if we men of modern times are to find our way
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    • modern times, have been debarred from the sacred truths of olden
    • through the new initiation of modern times, a way has, opened once
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    • things that are around us. It rests with modern initiation science
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    • within which man finds himself enwoven. But we men of modern times
    • my dear friends, is what modern Initiation Science must bring, —
    • of which modern man stands in need, — needing it as surely as
    • observe how it stands with initiation in modern times and what is
    • lecture the tasks that lie before modern initiation.
    • order to give you some idea of the tasks of modern initiation, I
    • modern initiation. On this path of initiation knowledge we have
    • beholding Nature. But the initiate of modern times has to set
    • indeed, if we know of him only what we see with our eyes. Modern
    • Cosmos. That is the nature of the task modern initiation
    • through. Even before modern initiation — which opens the way
    • even before this modern initiation began to take its true place in
    • ultimately destroy modern initiation, would wipe it clean off the
    • initiation in the modern way, enemy powers were already in
    • point to many persons in whom this method of resistance to modern
    • after all, but one of the many everlasting talkers of our modern
    • PER SPIRITUM SANCTUM REVIVISCIMUS the modern initiate has to set
    • opposition to modern initiation is inevitable. A terrible
    • and more intimate circle, to give you descriptions of what modern
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    • not be earthly man at all. Modern man feels united with the Earth and
    • were not unlike our modern doctors of medicine. The modern doctor
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    • we are turned back; for if we men of modern times are to find our way
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    • Age.” If one is moderate, so to speak, in one's claims,
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    • modern humanity lives and works did not always exist. If we ask
    • special methods. The normal state for modern man is to be able to
    • appear almost incredible to modern man because they were far too
    • call the power of judgment, our modern thinking and our modern
    • and it is really childish when modern science explains them in the way
    • is what modern man may train himself to experience clairvoyantly
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    • that a thing is true is not enough! For example, what modern natural
    • development from conception to birth. Even modern science reckons not
    • history. In the mode of its appearance, a comet resembles the
    • suppose with our modern notions.
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    • exactly the same as what modern man views more abstractly but that
    • time. These things have become simply abstract, and modern humanity
    • purely abstract. The more abstract the idea, the better modern
    • cosmic understanding. Modern man has completely replaced this cosmic
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    • existence of the animal world? Strange as it may sound to a modern
    • have been saying that the consciousness of modern and particularly of
    • our lives, the realm of destiny, a realm to which as yet modern man
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    • that is leading us in modern times to research into the life of the
    • air, fire. Of chemical substances, in the modern sense of the word,
    • have likewise become for the modern man completely abstract. It is
    • Valentinus and has interpreted it in terms of modern chemistry. He
    • this is what it appears to be if, in the modern sense, one thinks of
    • the modern mode of thought it seems to indicate a laboratory
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    • Mysticism and Modern Thought.
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    • of modern times, that men take light for darkness and darkness for
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    • In modern times there is
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    • science was arising on the other hand. The bearers of this modern
    • modern time arrived, only the element of the warmth-ether was left to
    • dear friends. Take the most pedantic of modern professors with his
    • became perceptible that that which is discovered with modern abstract
    • who realised that that which man receives in modern knowledge must
    • essence, the secret of modern Initiation: to get beyond the words, to
    • feelings of soul, men came to regard the whole of this modern
    • relate ourselves to writing in the modern way, we mar our spiritual
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    • the most modern time arrived, only the element of the warmth-ether
    • the most pedantic of modern professors with his ideas. (He must at
    • individual case; modern professors seldom have ideas!) But if he has
    • became perceptible that that which is discovered with modern abstract
    • realised that that which man receives in modern knowledge must first
    • essence, the secret of modern Initiation: to get beyond the words to
    • soul, men came to regard the whole of this modern relationship to
    • relate ourselves to writing in the modern way, we mar our spiritual
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    • place as a real fact, at the beginning of modern times, is yet of such
    • in modern science but consequently in Theology too. The real
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    • that the earth is not the coarse lump modern geology sees in it. No
    • modern naturalistic conception which thinks that the seeds sown in
    • for this reason so important for modern man to gain the possibility of
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    • is not a really living experience in the humanity of modern times. It
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    • far removed from the modern man — the Hebrew or Jewish system of
    • time and then met once more — I am speaking in modern terms,
    • modern expression, needless to say!) to learn what was the content of
    • Sanskrit scholar whether modern scholarship can explain in clear terms
    • our modern world-conception — are indeed simply and solely the
    • conditions. Yet this is what is required of the modern man with regard
    • earthly sight. Speaking in modern words — though they spoke with
    • the same meaning I can only tell you of these things in modern
    • different is necessary. We must acquire a different mode of knowledge
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    • who makes models of gods. What is such a man in Tibet? He is one who
    • models figures of gods out of all kinds of substances (as we today
    • work with clay or plasticine); he makes models of gods according to
    • bought all over Tibet. In modeling one of the chief gods, a very
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    • taken with the deepest earnestness. Our modern natural science is
    • something that I have already said here: that we must change our mode
    • different modes of expression, — In the physical world we see
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    • of the ego in our modern way; it was not, for him, a point comprising
    • people assume that thoughts arise out of the brain. All that modern
    • the year's course.) Pictorially speaking, the modern human being has
    • into the mode of thought of that ancient time, we discover that within
    • holds the watch. Well, if I were to proceed thus, modern consciousness
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    • is of course connected with modern man's aforementioned aversion
    • environment. Of course, when I use modern words in this connection they
    • shriveled into dilettantism. For modern clothing hardly conveys
    • lies the meaning of costuming. Modern man may say that clothes
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    • Through thinking man strives to solve the riddles of existence. Modern
    • if what modern naturalism dreams to be the case were so, namely, that
    • modern Goethe problem. In his youth he had experienced the publication of
    • a memory of the great ancient periods played into the modern age; periods
    • that the ancient Romans resembled modern human beings; though they wore
    • the toga, walked like moderns; whereas the ancient Greeks all seemed
    • It was necessary. We must not berate what the modern age brought. Had
    • I have described modern man's attitude in this respect. But the evening
    • glow of a spirituality lost and no longer valid for modern man.
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    • unable to speak about the human soul as the modern physician can of
    • outer nature, by our parents and so on; it is a model. The soul
    • occupies the same relation to this body as an artist to a model which
    • fashioned on the model given us by our parents only appears at the
    • to the reality. In reality we receive at birth a model body which is
    • exact model of the first. People say that they take after their
    • second body according to the inherited model. It is only during the
    • different, the strong individuality stirs within them. The model is
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    • Anatomy by modelling the organs. Teaching of Physiology (nine to
    • twelve years) should be based on modelling. Between seven and fourteen
    • model” body which is completely thrown aside by the time
    • artist in the child in the first seven years; it is a modeller, a
    • sculptor. And this modelling force, which is applied to the physical
    • why the child has an impulse to model forms or to paint them. For the
    • modelling and painting within the physical body. Now that it has
    • and do some modelling himself, for the teachers' training of today
    • you model the lung forms of animals you will see or you will feel
    • yourselves therefore should really try to learn anatomy by modelling
    • the organs, so that you can then get the children to model or to
    • model such forms as the lung or something similar. It is really
    • modelling or painting. So you can very easily turn this impulse and
    • forms which the child paints or models, for then you will be really
    • teaching the more specifically artistic subjects, Painting, Modelling
    • This has been completely lost for modern civilised man. He
    • modern education proves that there is no thought of drawing forth the
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    • so — the individual names applied in modern chemistry to all the
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    • remarks, is mere nonsense according to modern chemical concepts, for
    • This is what causes — I would almost say — the despair of modern
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    • more physiology in them than modern science has.” I can understand the
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    • attitude of condemnation. Those who hold the modern world conception
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    • periods. In first period body is an inherited model. In second,
    • sense, nothing else than a model that we take over from our parents;
    • we may call our own body. But the inherited body is used as a model;
    • of heredity, to what is contained in the model, with the result that
    • diseases usually diagnosed by our modern pathology are the cruder
    • the terribly mistaken way in which it is regarded by modern science;
    • let us say, of the child having a good model that has been well
    • same (upon the model provided) during the second life-period is
    • the good development of the model, we find a defect in the will. The
    • the liver is not merely the organ modern physiology describes; it is
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    • mental illness or mental weakness in some child, modern methods of
    • modern scientific point of view seriously, in which case we are bound
    • modern scientific book, or into any book that is based on the
    • modes of thought which this man Wulffen voices in a particularly
    • radical way. And you really ought to know whither modern science must
    • jests are a hit at modern science rather than at Wulffen! For if the
    • would be if modern science were to enter the realm of pedagogy, and
    • have seen how during the first seven years the body presents a model,
    • and the individuality works out in accordance with this model the
    • were, such close attention to the model that a slavish copy of the
    • modern view, which tends to degenerate into the conclusions you find
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    • described in modern science. Soul and spirit lay hold of this
    • is important to realise that the whole of modern psychiatry can have
    • Modern
    • of light is not identical with what modern physics understands by the
    • force. Modern science speaks of light as of something that is
    • awake, man is membered into a kind of cosmic chemistry. Modern
    • one only, modern science has still a clear perception of how things
    • modern hardening.
    • to be modest and restrained. It has to be sensitive, and have a
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    • to make of the matter; for in conformity with the modern way of
    • world too vigorously with your inner astral body. Only in moderation
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    • perhaps through deficiency in the "model". This causes
    • the model body of the first seven years. The boy is behind-hand also
    • condition in which we find him suggests that the model organism had
    • highly probable that the first body, the model body, was exceedingly
    • period. As it was, he had no fully developed model. When therefore,
    • take shape, the model comes short, and a condition develops where the
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    • this. First, put the child into a bath of moderately warm water, and
    • moderate temperature. You will by this means call to life that which
    • the model of the physical body, which comes from the parents.
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    • man. Modern education and instruction is not calculated to enable us
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    • the spiritual domain as we are accustomed to apply our modern
    • opposition to modern science. On the contrary, it will be shown
    • intellectual modesty. And this intellectual modesty
    • equipped with the best modern education, also contain hidden
    • this our modern age of culture and civilisation which will
    • are first of all unfolded in intellectual modesty.
    • modern medical science has accomplished; on the contrary we
    • Healing. True, this could only be, at first, of a modest kind.
    • — albeit in the modern sense — and where the great
    • even though it may be only in a modest way, a centre of Healing
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    • very admirable modern scientific research has made further
    • Take modern physiology with all that it has
    • recognize the inexactitude of many assertions of modern
    • modern physiology, we are directed to the breathing-process. In
    • this standpoint can in any way contradict modern medicine. As a
    • modern medicine but as an extension of it. People will then be
    • will show, in a way that will be justified by modern science,
    • the particulars which will show that we are not evading modern
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    • accustomed to apply our modern scientific methods to the
    • opposition to modern science. On the contrary, it will be shown
    • what I may call intellectual modesty. And this intellectual
    • modesty (which must be there to begin with if we are to develop
    • best modern education, also contain hidden capacities in his
    • and Anthroposophy provides the only means in this our modern
    • modesty.
    • the full. Neither have we any wish to exclude what modern
    • True, this could only be, at first, of a modest kind. Such a
    • — albeit in the modern sense — and where the great
    • even though it may be only in a modest way, a centre of Healing
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    • modern scientific research has made further progress, it will
    • recognize the inexactitude of many assertions of modern
    • modern physiology, we are directed to the breathing-process. In
    • contradict modern medicine. As a first step in this direction I
    • as a contradiction of modern medicine but as an extension of
    • justified by modern science, the fruitfulness that can enter
    • evading modern science but are in full agreement with it, and
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    • medicine will stand firmly on the foundations of modern medical
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    • towards all that is best and greatest in modern medical achievements.
    • Anthroposophy does not seek to correct modern medicine, but to
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    • towards all that is best and greatest in modern medical achievements.
    • Anthroposophy does not seek to correct modern medicine, but to
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    • having been, in my opinion, stood upon its head by our modern
    • terrible problem of our civilisation, was this: that our modern
    • Little by little, in modern times, the economic system has
    • in every field, as men of modern times. And what came about
    • middle-class forms of society have given rise to the modern
    • Wages, for the modern working man, represent what he has
    • international life too of modern times, and to bring the three
    • of life in all the great questions of world-politics in modern
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    • human being in more modern times usually happens now in such
    • important for certain purposes in the more modern age that
    • the purely practical accomplishments of the modern age would
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    • as modern people, understand what his conscious ego was; yet we
    • want to know? Scholasticism has become modern natural
    • of the Middle Ages not preceded them. These modern scientists
    • owe their mode of thought to the Christian science of the
    • and try to observe his mode
    • life spirit, and spirit man. By the same token, modern human
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    • churches, ceremonial centers, or schools in the modern sense,
    • most primitive form. But although modern arithmetic,
    • into the spiritual worlds. Without the modern
    • representatives of modern culture look contemptuously down at
    • modern form will bring about the twilight of our culture.
    • mention two more examples from the modern age that can
    • Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age:
    • for modern thought, as many of you who have thought about the
    • the modern sense because the whole mode of thinking in terms
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    • to pass by our spiritual eyes. We have before our modern era
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    • the modern doctrine of creation, but rather a body of
    • modern times, as the lives of St. Augustine and Thomas of
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    • back at the modest beginnings of our anthroposophical life at
    • fully productive in modern times. We can compare it to
    • midst of the descendants of this group of modest people. Let
    • to remember the great events from the beginning of modern
    • modern and the ancient situation. In the old days referred
    • today in this modest branch for the purpose of dedicating the
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    • one of the most inspired spirits in modern times, knew how to
    • festivals such as Easter to keep a modest and respectful
    • Christ's influence as the great model for human
    • received through its great model, the Christ-Being, who
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    • when we know this, they become models for us to emulate. If a
    • upward to approach the position where their great model
    • the great model of humanity, and only then will they begin to
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    • Ancient Revelation and Learning How to Ask Modern Questions
    • Modern Questions
    • to the modern mind, but a clairvoyant would see a personality
    • traditional to more modern times: in ancient India and later
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    • long have been popular ideas. However, because modern
    • investigation. But because thinking in the modern age lacks
    • be a model and an ideal for every human being. For this to
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    • modern word, we can characterize the concept of those cultic
    • modern languages. All the magnificent words that you find in
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    • his own being in waking, dreaming and sleeping. In modern thinking he
    • Europe, if they did not belong to our modern civilization, were less
    • We simply cannot understand what they were driving at if our modern
    • represents the actual waking condition for modern man, is not really
    • modern thinking can give man no satisfaction for his inner yearnings.
    • The fact is that he loses his own self in this modern thought. He does
    • There is a famous philosopher of modern times, Descartes, who is the
    • which modern man is very proud, we have the results of natural
    • thus becomes a sort of Moloch which robs modern man of any real
    • opinion. The feelings which modern men have, at least if they have
    • strange. Modern men are so wholly tied to the Earth that their
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    • for this older humanity just as it is absurd to ask modern men to
    • modern sense — they saw that their body was formed out of the
    • experienced in sleep. In modern Initiation we ascend from our ordinary
    • ordinary life. The third condition was one of which modern humanity
    • surface: and that is healthy for them. Modern man, with regard to his
    • healthy for them. Modern man with regard to his soul and spirit, is a
    • rays of the Sun there is an element of soul and spirit. Modern man
    • of the outermost planet of our solar system. Modern astronomy does not
    • and the Sun stands still — as we have done in modern times. It
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    • and the effects of mediumship upon him.) It is tragic for a modern man
    • In this regard modern investigators of a materialistic turn of mind
    • constitution of many modern scientific thinkers. Staudenmaier wanted
    • penetrate with modern methods into these things and to pass through
    • nothingness. It is painful, almost tragic, for a modern man, as he
    • In this respect, however, our modern consciousness, which runs its
    • inner harmony. Since the fifteenth century, when this modern
    • modern man does not yet possess, can lead to a satisfying picture of
    • modern historians who edit these ancient documents do not tell us much
    • modern times our ordinary sleep tends to crumble to pieces. I do not
    • olden times from that “waking dreaming” to our modern
    • spiritual terms. That is the distressing thing about modern science:
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    • way even today penetrate into the whole manner and mode of working of
    • And what lives gently, modestly, as it were, in the flower-forces of
    • their mode of preparation. All this we must imagine transformed into
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    • memory of past lives. Modern man pays no attention to the surplus
    • If you consider our modern civilization with all its amazing external
    • the particular intelligence which belongs to our modern civilisation.
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    • of minerals and rocks, as is done by modern mineralogy and geology,
    • The obligation arises for us, especially in the modern age, to
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    • if I may express myself in the modern sense — as the Christmas
    • modern forms of expression, but there were appropriate forms in the
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    • became paralyzed in the later Middle Ages and in modern times.”
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    • Modern man can have no true appreciation of what was accomplished by
    • modern man. They would have said, for example: “Much of it has
    • festival, if I may call it by the modern name. Human beings sent this
    • not performed during the summer. It is difficult to describe in modern
    • to a certain art of modeling, in a primitive form of course.
    • paradoxical as it sounds to modern people, and it was as follows: With
    • modern constitution, if he applies himself once more to the spiritual.
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    • nature. We cannot really say that modern man even feels the
    • “naturalistic,” to use the modern term; it was not something
    • but if we want to speak in modern terms we shall have to say: With his
    • modern words — man said to himself: “During the height of
    • Greek Sophrosyne, in English, Temperance or moderation, in
    • its overcoming through moderation — this was to come to man's
    • What then is the import of modern nature-knowledge. It lies in the
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    • of modern times the ether-body is compressed and contracted, has
    • have made him appear in the guise of a modern cavalier, for by his
    • modern age is confronted by the fruits of intellect and cold reason,
    • suffering awaiting the human being of our modern time is rather that
    • modern man with his materialistic outlook. The riddle of the Sphinx
    • modern times. In his own opinion he knows everything so well; he
    • of the Sphinx, so will modern man have to outdo Mephistopheles — with
    • the Mephistopheles legends in the modern age are examples, but their
    • legends and fairy-tales which seem so unintelligible to modern
    • The Greeks had nothing like theology in our modern sense, but were
    • different in the modern age when theology has come upon the scene. Man
    • blood. The search for wisdom has become a nerve-process; modern
    • representative of the Greeks. In the man of the modern age, the Ego
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    • take an immense mound of wax and make a model of the inside of the
    • building, and then study this model or impression. What you go into
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    • none of the philosophies of modern times can offer a solution. This
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    • mode of speech must arise. For here the ethical and religious are
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    • say: the Greeks still believed in gods, in the Muses – modern
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    • emblematic aspects of this representational, recitative mode which
    • with the more prosaic modes of recitation it hasbeen for some time
    • is natural that the modern German language did not quite achieve
    • fact no longer appeals to the modern soul.
    • appealed to English poets in modern times. There are, however, a
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    • French presentation of tragedy can stand before us like a model
    • uniquely dramatic mode stands out against naturalistic speech, such
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    • language. Some modern languages, in the course of their
    • difficult structure. This Balade is a moderately ambitious and very
    • any modern English attempt to restore alliteration in its
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    • Yet we can add: if the mode of consciousness
    • which lives in our modern world of ideas and observations were the
    • into the new poetic sphere of his remodelled Iphigeneia with
    • the higher mode of experience in a different guise. It is actually
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    • survey a longer period, and come to one of the modern poets, we
    • We shall then continue with a modern poet, with
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    • mode. And while declamation, as stemming from the blood, passes
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    • uttering it, to achieve the inner harmonies of a poetic mode of
    •  [Modern English efforts in alliteration
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    • to a more precise understanding of our subject — modern
    • cognition. So at least a modern consciousness, attuned to our epoch,
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    • achievement of Rosicrucianism since the dawn of modern spiritual life
    • also be ours: the rule that all modern Initiation in the deepest
    • necessity, into modern life. It has to be taken into consideration, but
    • faulty modes of thinking they should spring up in minds such as
    • more calmly. For we should reflect that in every true modern
    • we can learn from intuitions given to us by modern occult teaching.
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    • Churches, but has also absorbed nothing of modern rationalism. As
    • of the modern period? When we look into the matter we see from the
    • thinker of modern times works out how external science shows that
    • pointing already to the modern world. For Soloviev knows a Faith
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    • certain modesty with regard to the highest truths. If we have the
    • necessary humility and modesty towards things that are more easily
    • If it were not so we would have lacked many things that our modern
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    • This old Judaic mode
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    • Yesterday we had to approach the question, so fateful for modern thought:
    • according to the requirements of modern culture, they stand with
    • Resurrection of Christ, this absolute miracle, I tear down the modern
    • persons of our present time who, according to the modern standpoint,
    • with a modern man's outlook on the world.
    • There is nothing more uncomfortable for the modern consciousness than
    • from us? It demands something which, for modern thought, is really
    • monstrous. Modern thought has long disputed whether all human beings
    • to modern thinkers. From this Pauline statement we will indeed
    • approach the modern thinker; but one ought not to have any other
    • with the Pauline statement we are bound to say — even if modern
    • could be made only by someone whose whole mode of thought and outlook
    • which thoroughly upsets the calculations of the modern thinker. Let
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    • understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha. To the modern man, whose
    • at their command all the resources of modern intellectualism. To
    • from easy for a modern man, for he would have to admit to himself:
    • matter taken seriously in our day that we may say: Modern man is
    • something which appears to the modern man as such folly: that a
    • very easy, from the standpoint of modern anatomy or physiology, to
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    • correctly, in a modern sense, of the human race. Before this, those
    • modern man is something extremely foolish — we see that this
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    • the elements. For modern man it is absurd to suppose that destructive
    • the Events of Palestine are truly not compatible with the modern
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    • TO-DAY WE SHALL concern ourselves with the question: What does modern
    • knowledge on a par with other modern world-conceptions. But this is
    • the human being when he passes through the gate of death. The modern
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    • domain is constituted by the methods and trend of modern materialistic
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    • is designated as Man. So, here you have the four modes of being
    • of new wonderment. The wonderment that may be aroused by our modern
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    • Education and Modern Spiritual Life,
    • A Modern Art of Education.
    • School education gets to grips with the deepest fibres of modern life. The
    • problems in modern spiritual life — problems connected with the
    • cannot grasp him. Why is this? Heretical as it sounds to modern ears,
    • purely scientific modes of cognition. And so — in spite of all
    • thinking current in our modern civilization is only one aspect of this
    • approaching the mode of mode of knowledge known as true Inspiration.
    • modern life and the present age, the unity of science and art which
    • modern man must strive.
    • still possible with our present-day mode of knowledge? The ancient
    • development of our present mode of knowledge was a necessity in the
    • our whole “objective” mode of thinking, this earth must
    • once again, true religion will flow from Inspiration and modern man
    • modern conditions will arise from the religious life of our day. We
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    • Education and Modern Spiritual Life,
    • A Modern Art of Education.
    • of modern times. Already there is a feeling — a feeling which
    • easy, from a kind of modern superiority, to look down upon the
    • the harmony of its parts and its modes of activity the body itself
    • will perceive that even the usages of our modern education, the
    • more modern times and in the time of the rise of materialism in
    • “doctorial” education. Our modern education is the
    • the very deepest principles of modern education for those things
    • greater prominence in the modern age. It is the ideal of the
    • The East and from Egypt, whence his whole mode of existence was
    • modern impulses, afford us a true basis for understanding what is
    • Our mode
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    • Education and Modern Spiritual Life,
    • A Modern Art of Education.
    • prevail in our modern system of education. For at the present stage
    • The modern
    • evolution is typical of the chaos obtaining in our modern system of
    • three factors must be remembered by the modern educationalist when he
    • is really a paradox to modern man, but he must, none the less, grow
    • superficial observation of modern life that between the Greek age and
    • factor lies deeper down, and its nature makes it difficult for modern
    • which modern man simply does not realise, was deeply rooted in
    • Greece. (Outer symptoms indicate its significance but modern culture
    • without being confused by modern naturalistic and materialistic
    • of inspiration. And it is this that modern civilization will not
    • for our modern education from inner depths.
    • civilization of Greece and has indeed come right down to modern
    • modern times so far as this second period of life is concerned. And
    • that man, in addition to that, has in the modern age lost even the
    • stand on a memory foundation all his life long. Such is modern man,
    • position of a modern man within the social order become a matter of
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • A Modern Art of Education.
    • the spirit possessed by modern humanity? You must not be shocked if I
    • characterize this by examples from the height of modern spiritual
    • to observe this modern thought as it appears, let us say, in John
    • associate themselves. And modern psychology speaks in the most varied
    • we compare the modern state of affairs with that of the Greeks.
    • permeated by this intellectualistic nature of modern thought and
    • practical to emerge from our modern civilization, something that can
    • thing. The ideal of our modern thinking is to be what people call
    • It only seems strange because as a result of modern culture, people
    • develops teeth for the purpose of thinking. Modern science little
    • forward to the mode of cognition which I described in a previous
    • something more than modern anthropology, for modern anthropology
    • unpractical mode of observation, which merely evolves a human being
    • female. However extraordinary it may appear to a mode of knowledge
    • abstract mode of thinking becomes a picture, an
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • Education and Modern Spiritual Life,
    • A Modern Art of Education.
    • Modern
    • an insult to modern humanity and one is always reluctant to be
    • modern civilization, the emergence of the problem of education lies
    • Eurhythmy next week. It is only a beginning, just a modest beginning,
    • realize how feeble our ideas have become in modern civilization and
    • ought to be. Their programmes are just as splendid as those of modern
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    • A Modern Art of Education.
    • may appear to the modern materialistic mind, the child does,
    • process of orientation in space there develops speech. Modern physiology
    • the many so-called nervous diseases prevalent in our modern civilization.
    • organs develop after the models of love, truth and clarity in the
    • merely one example. All modern toys are of the same type and they
    • civilization is on the wrong road. For instance, modern culture has
    • level, if we model our words falsely, we bring an untruthful
    • as in the modern doll, but at something expressed in the whole
    • that often play so large a part in modern Kindergarten methods, have
    • possessed of a true knowledge of man when he goes into these modern
    • nature of our modern civilization, that a man should be fully awake
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    • Education and Modern Spiritual Life,
    • A Modern Art of Education.
    • because modern civilization is not conducive to the development of
    • In our modern
    • relationship whatever to the letters of modern script. They are
    • occupation of the modern intellectual class; people study Greek
    • for the modem study of them is all book-learning, based on documents
    • Now modern
    • fidgetiness caused by most modern systems of bodily training are
    • itself according to the models set up by a natural authority.
    • model which the child copies. But from the seventh to the fourteenth
    • matter as harmonious and never as in opposition. Modern civilization
    • heart of matter. And modern spiritualism? Its adherents want the
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    • A Modern Art of Education.
    • it is difficult as yet to speak openly, because modern science regards it
    • suggested by modern geology — that the earth consists merely of
    • blood. Having spoken of the artistic modelling of the cup-like
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    • Education and Modern Spiritual Life,
    • A Modern Art of Education.
    • into arithmetic and geometry. This whole mode of thought is extended
    • the Middle Ages, and the third with our modern age. As a rule, little
    • relationship with historic figures and with the modes of life
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    • Education and Modern Spiritual Life,
    • A Modern Art of Education.
    • social life has entirely changed, yet our mode of education has
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    • Education and Modern Spiritual Life,
    • A Modern Art of Education.
    • modern systems of education is to eliminate memory almost entirely.
    • childhood. Modelling too is cultivated as much as possible,
    • begins to model plastic forms and figures. So many people go through
    • as early as possible to occupy himself with modelling, for what his
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • it is the destiny of modern humanity at the present time. But
    • produced the most brilliant triumphs in the life of modern
    • model, for in his own organisation he was aware of the forces
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • life. Today, certainly, modern psychologists and
    • no connection whatever with what an outmoded natural science
    • realm of the artistic by letting him practise modelling in his
    • children model plastic forms and we observe what they are
    • of the bones, but from the way in which he now models his forms
    • received such lessons is quite different from what they model
    • seen how people paint and model and carve, knows very well that
    • today hardly any sculptor works without a model; he must have a
    • human form in front of him if he wishes to model it.
    • a model — he knew the difference between an arm when it
    • models or drawings of the bones are placed side by side, the
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    • teacher and educator, who is also his model. These work
    • forces; it models the wonderful forms of the organs, heart,
    • only as a model; after the first seven years, after the change
    • modern man with his way of looking at things reads the opinions
    • artistic work, when we let him model in the free way I
    • and model with our words. This develops the child's mind. For
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    • models on which the children base their own behaviour, then,
    • children. They were model pupils, so much so that on the
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • during this time it serves as a model from which the etheric
    • the ether body is so strong that it rejects the model of the
    • it will not be able to free itself from the model and at the
    • sculptor requires no model, but works independently, while a
    • bad sculptor makes everything according to the model, so in the
    • structure of the forms of Nature. This, too, is why modelling
    • who has never studied modelling really understands nothing
    • anatomy, the student practises modelling. This again should
    • taking as a starting point the fact that in the more modern
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    • now with the 16th century we come to more modern times,
    • civilisation. Therefore, in more modern times at any rate, the
    • attention to what happens in a modern school where, even though
    • child and a modem child, one might well say: A Greek child was
    • a human being, a modern child all too easily becomes a small
    • important words for modern education at the present time are
    • of modern teaching. It leads out into a life in which people
    • theories. This holds good, for instance, in modern Socialism,
    • world-significance of modern intellectualistic education is
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    • must accord with modern scientific knowledge. They form the
    • only want to be a modern school. All we want is to have
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    • superstructure. For if we were to try in modern life to build
    • drawing or modelling, is a specification of the whole musical
    • element of drawing or modelling. That must be done in the right
    • the hands, and we model with the hands — and yet the two
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    • present mode of recitation is to tyrannize over people, because
    • used to the mode of expression.
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    • only remains to desire that such a model education might be
    • out in modern people — a feeling of how wise language
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    • these things. You can embark on modern textbooks of education
    • modern science to systematize. The scientific result has now
    • destroy a good deal in modern life, but it has not the power to
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    • modern science only offers hypotheses. But one aspect of it
    • ground. What will the modern teacher generally say when he is
    • demands of the modern world. At the same time, by acting on the
    • observation on modern civilization, but I must draw your
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    • ones. For the modern books which have replaced them are really
    • generations before us as our models, there were better
    • modest divine activity, not just a sentimental lip-service, you
    • hold of a modern duplicating book and carbon-copy belonging to
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    • not to estrange children too greatly from modern life.
    • and the rest in the morning, and we shall take, in moderation
    • in the modern manner you do not teach them religion at all; you
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    • which have sprung from the modern age and the errors of present-day
    • the outside world in our will. Modern philosophy has often had an
    • Modern science understands but little of this process; for it regards
    • This question presents a great dilemma for the philosophy of modern
    • science. For, suppose you were to ask a truly modern research
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    • may be, is indeed also a metamorphosis, a remodeling of a head bone,
    • but a remodeling of a quite special nature. It is comparatively easy
    • These are the most human of all. They are not remodeled from animal
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    • pokes out in the face in the most immodest way; whereas the lung,
    • more modesty.
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    • the magnificent discoveries of modern natural science. In an age which
    • have, in our modern civilisation a life of the spirit, and the various
    • the brain of a child when it is first born, according to our modern
    • up when he prepares a model. And now let us look at the brain of a
    • intellectual mode of knowledge we can ever participate in that
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    • No, modern man must first have had to experience at some time the
    • being. The Yogi looked to find his manhood in the breath: we modern
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    • more easily apprehend the modern way into spiritual life if we train
    • discovery of modern men; and it is this that led up to that bodily
    • It would not be possible to think like this from our modern
    • education there as one who disagrees with much in modern education,
    • modern means.
    • metabolic process which has a different mode of operation from that of
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    • each inherited tooth another tooth is formed. In the modelling of this
    • we model a new organism over it. The whole process is physical. But
    • processes have to take place for the child to be able to model a
    • magnificent modern natural science is brought together and
    • one sets up to condemn the modern age and says: natural science is
    • counterbalance my unhappiness. But modern man has not the strength to
    • development modern man has little opportunity to acquire a feeling of
    • better attitude than the modern one. — Nevertheless we do get a
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    • selves. But all these things are carried out plasticly, are modelled,
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    • somewhat drastic mode of expression which brings out my meaning —
    • our modern thinking is tinged with intellectualism. The only people
    • and this fact plays an important part in modern social life. You have
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    • as well in moderation and to develop them in such a way that they could
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    • figure, he does so by studying and working from a model. It can,
    • through the artist working from a model, and in his way more or less
    • degree than is the case with modern languages, drawn out of the whole
    • gestures of the air, the thought arises; alas, the languages of modern
    • undeniable fact that modern man, when speaking, in no way brings his
    • actual gesture in the air. Modern poetry, however, shows very clearly
    • From a study of the Eurythmy models or wooden figures, very much can
    • character of the various movements. These models are
    • this threefold aspect which is embodied in the models. In the first
    • It must, however, be understood that these wooden models have been
    • sphere of the sculptor and the painter. The models are intended to
    • Now if we look at the Eurythmy model for H, for instance, the question
    • the model as a whole, the movement as such, that is to say, the arm
    • At the back of the models there is always an indication of what the
    • models certain places are marked with a third colour, and this is
    • The whole artistic conception of these models, both as regards their
    • These models, then, have been designed in such a way that they portray
    • and given its proper place within our modern civilisation.
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    • others actually have models in the physical world. When a sculptor
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    • inaccurate. It is merely a construction modeled on the astral plane
    • model was employed for both. It is not their outward narrative
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    • experience of major and minor modes.
    • something like an objective major and minor mode, not one experienced
    • in major and minor modes was projected, so to speak, into the
    • mood must come over modern man. By unfolding the appropriate forces
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    • right-minded, educated person in the modern world. We are reminded
    • give way to the easy-going modern habit of merely generalising about
    • Post-Atlantean epoch seems highly paradoxical to the modern mind,
    • mode of thinking which the universities produce in the so-called
    • events as we are witnessing nowadays, lie around modern men of science
    • I have described a mode of consciousness that is at the same time a
    • phrase in current use at that time. In modern books of reference, this
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    • modern man. Although in the intervening period, man's life of soul has
    • observed in all their deep significance. But modern man is loath to
    • modern man would come to the Earth of itself. All these ideas are
    • of humanity. Many there are who speak of Christ Jesus. Modern
    • they regard as knowledge. This will seem a strange truth to the modern
    • a much deeper sense than is supposed by the superficial modern mind, a
    • the miserable abstraction produced so proudly by the modern age. Men
    • them and give rise to the diseases of modern civilisation.
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    • applied; it is a real world, requiring a mode of comprehension
    • undreamed of by modern man.
    • records. Modern man has thus two ways of acquiring information about the
    • Christ Event given by modern spiritual-scientific investigation, for
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    • live there among men as a model, an ideal, an example to humanity of
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    • body of an ancient Indian with that of a modern man, it can be said
    • say: ‘To begin with, all this may seem fantastic to the modern mind;
    • confined to the life of soul. Because in the modern age the soul does
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    • the God Mammon in our time — between the modern ‘scribes’
    • In the modern German
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    • of two modes of Initiation in olden Times. The Christ-principle and the
    • new mode of Initiation. The Event of Golgotha: Initiation presented
    • endeavours of modern natural science is to establish this theory.
    • approaching a very subtle truth. To anyone conversant with modern
    • in the experiments than is known to modern natural science and little
    • than any finding of the blundering thinking applied in modern
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    • Bayreuth as a kind of modern pilgrimage. But even among the less
    • the flow of the spiritual world into modern civilization. It was not
    • souls of the modern age were subjected.
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    • Quite apart from the reaction to modern materialism, which
    • which they could not find on the well-trodden paths of modern
    • clothed in relatively modern terminology. The etheric body was
    • approached them with very modern, materialistic ideas? These
    • longer be permitted to think in the Hegelian mode, or that of Solger
    • of course to everyone who subscribed to modern thinking at that time,
    • years later Schelling no longer found any satisfaction in this mode
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    • discovered about its secrets through modern philosophy or other
    • in modern civilization. When Reis,
    • in a form which could be justified before the modern scientific
    • our modern age to make oneself understood if one wants to appeal to
    • remark that the modern age had escaped from the dualism of the Middle
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    • modern education. Then they are also provided with what is meant to
    • centuries modern education has increasingly comprised only the
    • persuasive — for modern education to acquire its sense of
    • right, must be justified by the the knowledge of which modern
    • of modern learning? They were presented in ritual images. The
    • religious life through Christianity but alongside that to modern
    • modern learning — co-exist in each soul. And even if people do
    • Modern theologians who have tried to marry the two have lost
    • forms. But modern people are simply no longer willing to accept this
    • wants to speak about Christ. Modern human beings did not have the
    • created by modern astronomy, biology and science is a world devoid of
    • Modern intellectualism makes it impossible to discover a spiritual
    • illusion, which has arisen in parallel with the development of modern
    • learning? When people who have had the benefit of a modern education
    • education. The things which a modern person can learn there are
    • Why do human beings in our modern age feel the urge to investigate
    • the depths of the soul which is dreamt even when I am awake. Modern
    • Compare that with modern human beings. They are placed in a social
    • longer really belong to them. Well, there are modern states in which
    • This is the fear which lives in modern human beings, the fear that
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    • described yesterday as modern education, made its appearance. And
    • abyss. That is impossible, given the structure of modern learning. It
    • scientific basis. Modern science, in investigating the being of
    • practising minister. He went through a modern grammar school
    • through modern methods. So he consciously and in a radical way became
    • aware of the dichotomy which in reality affects all modern minds,
    • they draw a veil over it. Nietzsche says: Nowhere does modern
    • if one wants to establish a relationship with modern science while
    • modern learning, and thus arrived at a radical indictment of what he
    • standpoint — that what a modern theologian believes to be true
    • is certainly false. And he finds that the whole of modern philosophy
    • to what present-day traditional thinking and the modern faiths were
    • result of modern materialism. Why? Because new knowledge, not simply
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    • Besant in particular, had a very primitive understanding of modern
    • On the other hand one must always be aware that in the modern
    • kindling an interest in a truly modern science of the spirit existed
    • the former to defend itself against modern scientific thinking during
    • fact that a critical assessment of modern scientific thinking took
    • as particularly characteristic of modern education.
    • way as modern physicists calculate light in terms of wave lengths, he
    • weight of modern science postulated that while of course the physical
    • constructions. One of the models would represent the atom of a
    • physical entity; the next model, which was even more complex, would
    • represent the atom of something etheric; the third model, still more
    • a leading figure in the Theosophical Society, you will find such models
    • modern age were put in place.
    • world. We are not being honest about the course of modern culture if
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    • more intimate aspects of modern spiritual movements, I will attempt
    • content of the movement. The foundations were laid for a truly modern
    • a man of Jewish birth who was connected with one of the modern branches
    • mentioned. As long as so much of the present scientific mode of
    • society in our modern age. A society cannot be sectarian. That is
    • eminently modern society, because this practice has repeatedly led to
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    • anthroposophy emerged in modern civilization.
    • our modern civilization has produced. Thus it can be seen from my
    • in relation to the plant world which is still unresolved in modern
    • If we look now to the modern situation, observation of the stars
    • modern people they are still thoughts, because they have to be
    • store is set in our modern times. But homeless souls do have an
    • Modern mankind therefore unconsciously experiences the feeling, in
    • his response to the direction in which modern thinking was
    • others. We will not understand the nerve centres of modern
    • against a background of illustrations from modern civilization. When
    • affairs. Modern scientific experimentation has led to substantial
    • not the case, things would not have developed as they have in modern
    • Thus a modern person made a tremendous discovery without in any
    • way seeking the spiritual connections. The modern scientist says:
    • As you can see, the leading authorities in modern science arrive
    • the brains of those who have had a modern scientific training. Those
    • too will not serve as a model. And that is what they should be
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    • to which we owe the magnificent achievements of modern times, are
    • Without in any way using these ancient, outmoded conceptions as a
    • from the model — at least this was the practice until recently.
    • a model; it served only as a stimulus. He knew intuitively what
    • of the world of Maya, merely to copy the model, does not advance our
    • knew how to draw forth the secrets from their model and invest their
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    • next day to turn to modelling or architectural design. He is the
    • the first stage of modern Initiation — we carry over our dreams
    • applies to your mode of perception. You see the individual lions
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    • we had looked at their fingers, fingers which the modern decadent
    • modern term sounds commonplace) — nature, nature who can live
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    • abysmally ignorant despite all our modern knowledge. We feel that our
    • understanding. What is the reaction of the modern philosopher who
    • modern man must practise the meditation which I mentioned yesterday.
    • knowledge (that is known to modern physics only in its cruder
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    • These entities were very much aware of them, whilst modern man
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    • materialistic mode of thinking seeks to localize everything and
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    • mode of perception was developed to a high degree, especially in the
    • Middle Ages and later epochs. In modern times it has virtually
    • an aversion, an antipathy to the modern scientific outlook.
    • ultimately they found that he too spoke the language of the modern
    • the years 1906 to 1909 when I first steeped myself in modern
    • at a time when the modern scientific outlook did not yet exist and
    • question: what is the difference between modern natural science and
    • I would reply: the modern scientist can only appeal to the Ego and begins
    • must now add that it appears to inhere in the conditions of modern
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    • consciousness can know on this subject. Modern man lives, so to
    • modern natural science which H. P. Blavatsky detested like the
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    • reserved especially for modern science. People believe things which,
    • like the modern scientist, demand that proof must be supported by the
    • the principles of modern science, but whilst alert and receptive to
    • be apprehended by a consciousness that is a travesty of modern
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    • to which we owe the magnificent achievements of modern times, are
    • Without in any way using these ancient, outmoded conceptions as a
    • from the model — at least this was the practice until recently.
    • a model; it served only as a stimulus. He knew intuitively what
    • of the world of Maya, merely to copy the model, does not advance our
    • knew how to draw forth the secrets from their model and invest their
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    • Modern
    • next day to turn to modelling or architectural design. He is the
    • the first stage of modern Initiation — we carry over our dreams
    • applies to your mode of perception. You see the individual lions
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    • we had looked at their fingers, fingers which the modern decadent
    • modern term sounds commonplace) — nature, nature who can live
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    • understanding. What is the reaction of the modern philosopher who
    • modern man must practise the meditation which I mentioned yesterday.
    • knowledge (that is known to modern physics only in its cruder
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    • materialistic mode of thinking seeks to localize everything and
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    • Middle Ages and later epochs. In modern times it has virtually
    • an aversion, an antipathy to the modern scientific outlook.
    • ultimately they found that he too spoke the language of the modern
    • the years 1906 to 1909 when I first steeped myself in modern
    • at a time when the modern scientific outlook did not yet exist and
    • question: what is the difference between modern natural science and
    • I would reply: the modern scientist can only appeal to the Ego and begins
    • must now add that it appears to inhere in the conditions of modern
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    • like the modern scientist, demand that proof must be supported by the
    • the principles of modern science, but whilst alert and receptive to
    • be apprehended by a consciousness that is a travesty of modern
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    • ourselves against the harmful influences of modern life. Steiner depicts
    • modern life takes living hold of all those people who,
    • know that since the advent of modern life people have always
    • science should enter into modern life. Gradually we shall
    • as a kind of compensation for those things in modern life
    • initiation, really to let modern civilisation affect them in
    • insight into the significance which modern life has for man's
    • the train. And it is just the same on a modern steamer. We
    • absolutely unavoidable side-effect of modern life, and I want
    • protect themselves from all the influences of modern life;
    • theosophy, to make sure that modern life cannot reach them in
    • given to cut oneself off from modern life, or to turn
    • from modern life and go into one or another kind of
    • against the onslaughts of modern life, and so that our souls
    • our waking day, too, we are involved in all that modern life
    • modern technology. During the night it is more our life of
    • course of human evolution what we call modern life has not
    • the modern age. What does modern intellectual culture say
    • about the beginning of the modern age? As we know, modern
    • intellectual culture is proud of the achievements of modern
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    • course sounds perfectly horrible to modern psychologists, who
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    • the scientific world concepts of today; indeed the modern
    • absurd. It is quite natural that to our modern minds a
    • awake. When awake his modern view of the world prompts him to
    • mankind. It is almost, one feels, lacking in modesty to say
    • what I have said with regard to our modern technical environment;
    • and of course we cannot do otherwise than use modern
    • use concrete, one of the most modern building materials, for
    • try to use modern materials in such way that what we know
    • is inseparable from modern technology. For a while it seemed
    • possible to create, in the most modern building material,
    • as the most modern building materials were employed. For if
    • instance, would be to find a suitable form for the modern
    • framework of our modern civilisation.
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    • Disregarding the kind of atrocious modern research that tears
    • In the fourth century of modern times, or, as we say in our
    • time in modern civilisation. People will only really
    • the past four centuries. Modern times were ushered in by the
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    • from outside . The need to refer to nature and to a model for
    • entered our modern age has dried up the soul and made it
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    • although those feelings would be less in keeping with modern
    • person who has had all kinds of connections with modern
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    • secrets that modern science detests as a matter of course.
    • at the attitude modern science is bound to have to the real
    • the way modern science necessarily relates to life. It cannot
    • secrets of the cosmos and wants to use modern science for it;
    • is that is bound up with the whole way of modern thinking,
    • the point of view of the destination. Modern science can be
    • about the relation of modern science to modern research into
    • of the modern world outlook. But you will be able to do this
    • only if you enlighten yourself as to the relation of modern
    • modern times, than there were in bygone ages when people were
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    • was using a model of the boiler house as he spoke.)
    • the creative forces in nature, and unless modern industrial
    • directly in the model, but to study those forces which
    • expressed in this modern material, and build with concrete.
    • this modern material, especially in the designing of
    • buildings in this style that will serve modern ahrimanic
    • for olden times. Modern clairvoyance, which has to develop
    • Modern
    • outside, have to go out of the body, if modern clairvoyance
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    • Look at modern man: He can live in the air, but he can't
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    • We can say, therefore: In our modern birds we have the
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    • within, a cast of the animal is finely modeled, by a quite different
    • Modern science goes into this very little. Why? Well, it
    • been like our modern animals and plants, particularly not like our
    • different from the modern ideas about it determined by their life on
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    • could not yet be called a state. (That is a mischief that modern men
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    • with opinions of our modern materialists, and yet, even so, their
    • in Greece knew far more than is known by our modern materialistic physicians.
    • modern savages, but that the latter have, of course, descended from
    • is a modern invention. In those days the villagers all helped one
    • intellectual way but out of their imagination. Your modern doctor
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    • exclusively on them. What does the modern scientist do when he tests
    • spiritual quality, it becomes apparent that in this modern age
    • think of it: All our modern discoveries would have been made long ago
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    • The curse of the modern age is that everything merely is to be
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    • — a personality who lived at the dawn of modern spiritual life and was
    • are collected by modern biographers. On this account, we ought to be thankful
    • upon something which will seem strange to a modern reader, especially if he
    • modern science has brought to light many facts that were unknown a few
    • the modern knowledge of which we are so justly proud has been gained by
    • remodeled from stage to stage until he has become what he is today. But he is
    • however, an interval between the old and the modern way of communicating
    • preserved in a literature which strikes a modern reader as very strange. Now
    • who applies a modern intellect to these pictures, without having acquired a
    • spiritual researcher will agree that from the standpoint of modern culture
    • is different. It has had to develop in such a way as to give modern answers
    • modern souls this is not possible, and so the secrets of the spiritual world
    • Right up to modern times, a person had only one means of grasping the
    • another. Modern man will come to the point of saying to himself: My reason
    • modern charlatan who imposes on people not the truth, but something he
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    • ‘evolution’. How fascinating is the effect of this word on modern
    • quoted here in the modern sense, with all necessary qualifications. No-one,
    • parts of the world, but there is a modern substitute for it. If anyone
    • is love in action. That is what we learn from reality. Anger in moderation
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    • asceticism must be sought in modern Spiritual Science, founded on the firm
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    • not come from thinking things out. Men could not then proceed as modern
    • while retaining the forms of modern knowledge. Today we are living in a
    • gain from modern viewpoints what they need for their inner life, turn to
    • Goethe, in a truly modern Christian sense, looks at a past which brought us
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    • outrage that speculations, with this brilliant model available as a
    • modern times, but anyone who, like myself, has spent many years in the study
    • firm foothold in modern science, will talk about the fantasies of Spiritual
    • modern psychology. Among its members we distinguished, first, what we called
    • modern spiritual researcher there are two periods: one of fourteen days when
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    • reproduce in a modern sense what the mystic reveals except in the form of
    • similar multiplicity of spiritual grounds must exist. In modern times such
    • this method with the mystical mode of knowledge, we must say: If we eliminate
    • path immediately. The modern form of spiritual scientific research is
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    • emphasised that modern spiritual research calls for a development of these
    • which is more than we can consciously grasp, evokes one mode of prayer
    • decision with no firm basis. It springs from the second mode of prayer,
    • words, perceptions and ideas — that is the second mode of prayer the
    • These two modes of
    • there are two modes of prayer. One leads to inner warmth; the other, imbued
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    • that always imparts a positive character to the soul. For modern man,
    • positive response. If someone is told that with the aid of popular modern
    • mode.
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    • different theories, views and modes of thinking in our time are appropriate
    • heredity. In contrast, a well-known modern philosopher describes our internal
    • modern spiritual science, but such people, too, are little understood in the
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    • inquire what the philosophers of ancient and modern times mean by conscience,
    • In modern times, we
    • on into modern times, and the more materialistic thinking becomes, the more
    • object, from a modern standpoint, that things would go badly if we had to
    • illumined by the light of an ego; and it was from this mode of consciousness
    • in Orestes a mode of seeing which was no longer normal in those times. The
    • sanctuaries of Egypt and Chaldea and our modern science is that our science
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    • from Goethe to a modern personality who also sought to invest art with a
    • Muse means nothing to modern readers, this is because they no longer have the
    • that he belonged to it, whereas a modern man feels that he stands apart from
    • soul, moderation for the sentient-soul. When the ego goes through a
    • Moderation works
    • to write a sacred epic poem, with the conscious intention of doing for modern
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    • part of modern science, which always makes its calculations
    • infliction of modern man; they appointed all their earthly affairs in
    • so in modern China. I am speaking of the regions where the Chinese
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    • The Indians are certainly not of the opinion held by modern
    • modern materialistic physicians. We grow to respect, deeply respect,
    • men — were not like the modern savages, but that these have
    • were no poor-boxes, that kind of thing is a modern invention. At that
    • modern doctor would try to express himself intellectually —
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    • of view — that modern bee-keeping methods seem at first very
    • generally today, one cannot but praise modern bee-keeping; so long as
    • I by no means wish that a fanatical campaign in opposition to modern
    • one can say the same about the disadvantages of modern
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    • modern science makes such statements this is due to its authority,
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    • honey and stir it well into moderately warmed milk, not brought
    • disturbing element in modern scientific methods. People claim to have
    • from her own words that this doctor is modest enough to admit that the whole
    • most effective when one gives it in moderately heated milk. It is
    • wisdom, as I have often told you, was not so stupid as modern learning thinks.
    • or model one in clay. But your body is a very good geometrician, and
    • moderation; if you eat too much honey you ruin your stomach.
    • honey must only be eaten in moderate quantities, and when a man is
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    • ERBSMEHL remarked that in modern bee-keeping the
    • modern apiary — how much time the bee-keeper has given to it and so
    • ERBSMHEL once more points out that modern
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    • fundamentally. Modern knowledge is not as a rule in a position to do
    • spirit, and which modern science ignores, are such that one is able
    • see here a model, as it were, for what appears in bee-keeping.
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    • their modes of life are totally different. Taking our starting point
    • modern science seeks them, is as if a dweller in Mars should come down
    • scientific discovery had been made, quite in the modern way. It was really
    • clever nose! Unfortunately, modern civilisation only regards
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    • modern science. These men observed the plants in their own way. When
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    • modern times ends in letting the spiritual life on the one
    • development in modern times.
    • matter has become quite clear in modern times. In the
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    • was indeed so, and it meant that the modern member of the
    • modern workman comprehends of the political life of rights is the
    • understands modern life correctly, knows that when he comprehends the
    • arrive at these matters and how, due to modern life, a workman could
    • is that through the modern economic life, which has been permeated by
    • economic life that the modern workman has become familiar with above
    • alien, as ideology. It is part of the modern historical process that
    • of modern-day developments. It is very difficult to make that clear
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    • consideration when preparing for such a lecture — that modem
    • existence and the economic elements. One could say that in the modern
    • mutual, social relationships in modern civilization in the
    • a modem lecturer must be aware of such things as these. Most of the
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    • modern-day conditions. But owing to the manner in which Japan
    • into the sounds, into the mode of speaking, the how
    • brought into the more modern language, and there, much can be
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    • the deepest interest to us in this modern age. I will choose from the
    • The mode of thinking and outlook of men underwent a metamorphosis. People
    • evidences of the kind of thinking that is current in the modern age.
    • in the modern age, said Saint-Simon, is of a different character. But
    • with the industrialist mode of thinking that had come to the fore in
    • Saint-Simon are born of the scientific mode of thinking which had become
    • It is a mode of thinking which directs all inner activity in man to
    • acrimony those whom he considers responsible for the chaos in modern
    • that no true social science can be born of modern scientific thought
    • and trying desperately to ‘modernise’ know how strongly
    • forth from chaos a possible (although for the modern age not desirable)
    • at this point in the life of modern thought.
    • man who is also a typical representative of modern thinking came strongly
    • of a thought is one thing and the mode of thinking another,
    • Maistre appear, like an illegitimate child of modern culture, in an
    • called the ‘father of modern society,’ is a true disciple
    • based upon modern scientific thought. But the attitude of Karl Marx
    • like priests who have been transported into the conditions of the modern
    • The natural scientific mode
    • of thinking came to the fore in the modern age, during the first half
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    • There arose the modern state, made up of the country parishes; thus the
    • has nothing to do with reality. And such men as Goethe are like modern
    • the formative reality. It is thus that we have to understand modern
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    • Rudolf Steiner examines the underlying precepts of the modern
    • conscientiousness of modern times; it will, in addition,
    • oppose all that is brought forward by modern science that is
    • modern psychology, by the use of mathematics, has developed
    • modes of dealing with the facts given to us?
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    • best what I mean if we consider the three modes of human
    • The third mode
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    • Rudolf Steiner examines the underlying precepts of the modern
    • difficult for modern science for a long time. I have dealt
    • entitled, "The World as Illusion." For the modern way of
    • living, we can construct a model to show how light falls into
    • with our model does in fact take place in the eye and thus in
    • from this? I can construct a model of the process that
    • modern physiology and for what is called epistemology. It is
    • a way — when one has no choice but to accept what modern
    • to widen and deepen our knowledge. A scientist in our modern
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    • Rudolf Steiner examines the underlying precepts of the modern
    • arrogant or immodest, but just the contrary, we learn true
    • modesty through knowledge of the human being. For what I have
    • work. And what especially teaches us modesty is the
    • power of imagination (in a manner modeled on mathematical
    • just described can actually be followed only by modern man.
    • if one wanted to renew the yoga system in these modern times.
    • what modern man must develop in a soul-spiritual way —
    • As modern human
    • development of the rhythmic system and the modern approach
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    • Rudolf Steiner examines the underlying precepts of the modern
    • rise to supersensory modes of cognition, how through them we
    • the changed constitution of modern man) tried for short
    • it. The right way for modern man is to let it be. With an
    • into the feeling life, it was suffused with feeling. Modern
    • serving the experiment. Experiment is the way the modern
    • could be called ritualistic exercise. Our intensified modern
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    • Rudolf Steiner examines the underlying precepts of the modern
    • through a development modeled on the memory process, only on
    • recent phases of modern thought. Goethe used the intellect as
    • formed, this “engraving” acts as a real modeling
    • of inspirational cognition and then to apply these modes of
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    • Rudolf Steiner examines the underlying precepts of the modern
    • modern scientific sense. The way history is written today
    • of modern chemistry, when we grasp what is in them, the
    • that for someone who really experiences modern science and
    • way modern science of the spirit knows that to attain its
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    • Rudolf Steiner examines the underlying precepts of the modern
    • that plays directly into the living conditions of the modern
    • alone is true.” Even those far removed from modern
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    • modern thought? It was the conceptions, the new mode of thinking that had
    • a comprehensible model of organic substance. It was as though the one
    • the modern world view.
    • mode of thinking, had set a limit to knowledge at the super-sensible,
    • is the modern counterpart to medieval Scholasticism. Medieval Scholasticism
    • stood at the limit of the super-sensible world. Modern natural science
    • development of modern scientific thought, must one not then say to oneself
    • it is the impotence of the modern scientific method that has made us
    • demands of the modern world. The limit that du Bois-Reymond had come up
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    • from modern scientific theories that can become a vital social thinking
    • which I commenced yesterday, the modern striving for a mathematical-mechanical
    • any sense for the source of the mode of thinking that had entered into
    • these workers' meetings, who really knew the development of modern thought,
    • could see that this mode of thinking had originated with Hegel and flowed
    • find that the Hegelian mode of thinking had permeated to the farthest
    • how can we find a mode of thinking that can be useful in social life?
    • that of consciousness. And just as the modern world view, gravitating
    • man into a cog in a social order modeled on mathematics or mechanics
    • the modern world conception has sought to characterize the phenomena
    • basis of modern scientific thought. But the real question is: what place
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    • manner and the more inward mode of apprehension we find in mathematics
    • those modes of apprehension that are not inward in this way by formulating
    • discipline that modern science can teach us. We must school ourselves
    • discipline we have learned from modern natural science, transcend it,
    • modern scientific method. Those who pursue spiritual science
    • have less cause to undervalue modern science than anyone. On the contrary,
    • the methods of modern science. If one does this, one sees that in the
    • the old powers of cognition but rather an entirely new mode of
    • that Goethe viewed. Goethe modestly confessed that he did not have
    • modest confession that he had not acquired a proficiency in the handling
    • this pole; we modern must, however, approach the other, the pole of
    • must be a mode of comprehension justifiable in the sense in which Goethe's
    • to employ in a modest way in my book,
    • I sought to establish in a modest way in my
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    • We were able to show how Goethe, in establishing his mode of phenomenology,
    • in the last century to characterize in a modest way this other pole,
    • I sought to follow — if only, as I have said, in a modest way
    • we have attained a mode of thinking that is devoid of sensation, are
    • the spirit. We experience a mode of cognition that manifests itself
    • life shall depend entirely on our nurturing a mode of cognition such
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    • know what mode of demonstration is demanded in these circles, and he
    • therein he builds the foundation for a higher mode of cognition. For this
    • discipline of the modern scientific method and knows at least the tenor
    • of modern scientific thought quite well. I must make this one preliminary
    • for the manner in which modern scientific thinking proceeds. They experience
    • modern science in this way, so that they cannot understand at all how
    • there should occur an intense preoccupation with modern scientific thought
    • by the polemics of so exemplary a modern scholar as Wilamowitz, who
    • for knowledge, had written. From the point of view of modern science
    • was possible between this modern philology that Wilamowitz represented
    • And then he rises to encounter that which has provided modern science,
    • this realm, a realm into which I have sought in a modest way to bring
    • can learn the whole tragedy of our modern culture, its striving for
    • striving for education, seeking within modern science — and this
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    • as a real and true mode of cognition: I closed with a characterization
    • without entering into this life of Imaginations, modern psychology shall
    • in the phenomena of pathological diseases of a particularly modern form.
    • high mode of cognition if we can develop in a healthy way what threatens
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    • science calls knowledge of the higher worlds and the mode of knowledge
    • make of inherited and universally human qualities. The mode of cognition
    • This book is actually a modest attempt to win through to pure thinking,
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    • Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age.
    • the ether-waves, atoms, and so on of which modern physics and physiology
    • occasionally unpleasant, and at times perhaps even cruel, but modern
    • modes of experience together. We can unite the inner with the outer.
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    • science, receives too little attention. It is usually modern
    • Such things often occur in modern scientific efforts. As I
    • healing, that to modern physicians could suggest that the
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    • learn to look at it not as a model, naturalistically, but, as is
    • of which modern Physics takes no account. We are brought to the
    • modern physical Optics. The element of colour is fluctuating, and the
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    • What does modern science achieve when it attempts to explain man? It
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    • I have described how the modern philosopher comes to admit to himself:
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    • pursuits of modern science and the artist's conception of the world is
    • sees it. But the truth of this point is quite unintelligible to modern
    • to modern minds the purest rubbish — so far is the present age
    • does not feel this must be taken as a deep symbol of the whole modern
    • modern Art: air and water and light, as they are painted today are
    • dead; form, as exemplified in modern sculpture, is dead. A new Art
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    • It is in fact sometimes difficult to explain to modern people what a
    • modern knowledge, you must read him with the knowledge that such
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    • is my hope that precisely through the mode of presentation in
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    • does not come easily to modern man, especially in our days.
    • achieved by Corneille and Racine, or also by more modern
    • more modern times we find the same phenomenon everywhere.
    • semi-barbarous He who laid the foundation of modern Prussia
    • modern Prussia today, just as everything originating from the
    • wonderful experience to watch the process of how modern
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    • away from Greece and consider the modern age. Geographically
    • completely. What does modern man know of the denizens
    • “discovered” in the same way as modern man has
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    • point is that in the course of the modern age the inner
    • What we must do is to feel from the models how the interior
    • character of being in-carved. One can feel this in the model,
    • re-model the nose, so it is impossible that the form here
    • allow yourselves to be misled by modern conceptions of art,
    • beyond an artistic reproduction of the models before them.
    • art. Rodin models non-plastic motifs very well, in an
    • modern “art.” We must realise, in a new sense,
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    • certain eminent artist of modern times has spoken a great
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    • of the universe. All that has been produced by the modern age
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    • modern science. Darwinism, and all that it brought in its
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    • specialised mode of perception when we study the development
    • modern city walking through a picture gallery or exhibition
    • between modern science and the conception of the world held
    • being. The thoughts and ideas evolved by the modern age in
    • what have they become according to modern scientific opinion?
    • vibrating ether sought by modern science, how remote they are
    • sea of colour to a mode of contemplation that proceeds purely
    • the modern mind this of course sounds the purest nonsense
    • however, dead so far as modern art is concerned. Air, water,
    • is dead as is expressed in modern sculpture. A new art will
    • movement made by the modern age, it is nonsense to say that
    • of this and there is little humility in modern spiritual
    • the theoretical convictions of which modern man is so proud.
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    • humanity, in modern times, must pursue: failure to find this
    • modern Science is, with regard to Goethe, never of so much
    • with the level of culture of modern times.
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    • As all modern philosophers, Schelling finds that the highest
    • to other departments of modern science.
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    • development in modern times.
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    • into the sounds, into the mode of speaking, the how
    • brought into the more modern language, and there, much can be
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    • in a modern way. Once things have got going it will become
    • is to be formed in the modern style.
    • perhaps put everything pertaining to matters of modern usage
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    • others were modelled. However, the situation was that the
    • most modern kind; and the Anthroposophical Society we are
    • founding here is to be a society of the most modern kind. The
    • immodest as to speak once again. As regards Paragraph 1,
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    • there will be interest in how things are done in a model
    • status as a model. Perhaps his interest will turn out to be
    • take up certain methodological aspects from this model
    • it is being applied in a school that can serve as a model, if
    • these methods and that a model school could demonstrate how
    • understood. But there would be an understanding for a model
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    • brought the model to show you, my dear friends. But you must
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    • eyes out of which flows the speech of gods and, modestly, he
    • needed for those spiritual beings who are to speak to modern
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    • away from the demands of modern scientific thought which
    • Rudolf Steiner once again changed from the formal mode of
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    • model in any further foundings related either to the Anthroposophical
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    • which even the youngest children are exposed in modern schools, made
    • theoretical it would sound to say merely that modern man is ruled by
    • realize that what gives us modern human beings freedom in our earthly
    • into the modern experiencing of people here on earth.
    • recognize that our loftiest modern capacities, the capacity for
    • ourselves as modern human beings, we realize that the super-sensible
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    • course, quite in keeping with the whole stance of modern learning.
    • with what modern man can grasp with the help of the Christ who lives
    • with modern science and art and practical life at their deeper
    • overall aim was to find the way to relate to modern science and
    • in the course of modern man's inner evolution, had reached the point
    • the frightful war that then overran Europe and modern civilization.
    • the task of giving modern science what anthroposophy had to offer.
    • modern physicists come to their particular mode of thinking. I did
    • re-discovered as the living spiritual movement demanded by modern
    • civilized life and, most especially, by modern hearts. Please take my
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    • longer provide what modern man's inner life requires and the dignity
    • ones responsible for the direction and whole nuance of the modern
    • that the modern way of knowledge has produced objective physics,
    • modern external life and practice during the past few centuries,
    • But modern humanity
    • But conceited modern man not only wants to retain his fallen status;
    • afflicts modern human wills, despite their seeming activity, which is
    • characteristics of modern civilization and culture are qualities that
    • close to it, and it can be stated in all modesty that no reason
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    • What modern science dubs animism, picturing the ancients relying on
    • that was the fact. The abstract modern view, which attributes such
    • modern man to conceive a divine man under the influence of a degraded
    • spiritual worlds shone out. Modern man is no longer able to look upon
    • side of modern natural science. Anyone who starts looking through
    • stages everywhere. The exactness characteristic of the modern way of
    • That gives the new religious ideal its modern coloring.
    • than the forms did. We moderns must create works where in the form
    • branches, the former disclose themselves to modern artistic fantasy
    • aspect of the three ideals, as a modern human being must, one learns
    • essential to modern humanity. We are informed of them not by any
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    • modern human thinking and feeling. It is, therefore, the more
    • instructive example. As a result of the way modern man has become so
    • consciousness. But in modern times things have reached the point
    • out of direct vision, and in neither its modern nor its older forms
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    • field of modern natural science.
    • that Röntgen is one of the greatest men of modern times. But he
    • rather radical terms, one can say that modern youth could not care
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    • bonds felt by men of modern times has been that of class. The old
    • loyalties, and a good many of the elements witnessed in modern
    • individual existence. On the one hand, modern man has a strong sense
    • and on the other unite individuals with their fellowmen. Modern man
    • modern antagonism to the credo, the confession of beliefs, in an age
    • build community, which modern man feels and the cultus can satisfy,
    • modern man experiences purely as feeling.
    • is today can meet the needs of modern human beings. To be sure, it
    • development. They are no longer suited to the modern consciousness.
    • Modern life
    • case of modern youth. But the very indefiniteness of the form in
    • Modern human beings entering life today have stored up far too much
    • But modern man also needs to go through the
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    • It is a fundamental characteristic of modern civilization that nobody
    • read them can now do so. We show ourselves ignorant of modern social
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    • intellectual modesty. In fact, without such a feeling we cannot
    • until now he was perhaps quite a modest man he now becomes arrogant,
    • modesty in all its activities.
    • so that here also we may experience how modesty in respect of
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    • the ancient Rischis in the forms of modern science, this is possible
    • learnt to the physical plane. Put into modern language we can say
    • want of modesty that I say: — Teaching regarding the soul must
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    • living sap these modern translations of the Gospels that have become
    • essential facts of human evolution clearly before modern minds, in
    • be followed carefully, and without the prejudices of modern science.
    • The facts of modern science certainly confirm what I have to say; but
    • as an ego; modern psychologists criticise such facts adversely, but
    • What would a modern
    • He is the son of such and such a father and mother, modern science
    • modern humanity. The forces among which he is then placed lacerate
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    • theosophy has to give. You can search the modern literature of the
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    • emptiness in modern science, in art, and in social life, we feel
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    • has made this question so suspicious to the modern natural sciences.
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    • that which theosophy calls wisdom-filled modesty in the higher sense
    • spiritual modesty is that which must penetrate the theosophist if he
    • modern theosophists. He expressed that in all religions a core is contained
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    • a deeper and clearer standpoint compared with the modern view.
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    • it seems to be a result of modern natural sciences that one should no longer
    • of modern psychology, nothing of the discoveries of the great Johannes Müller
    • fact that this view existed before the modern natural sciences. One is allowed
    • would have to call the view a childish one which the modern natural sciences
    • can take offence of the truths of modern natural sciences. Every reasonable
    • Modern science does nothing else
    • great discoveries in the field of the theory of electricity that the modern
    • completely with everything that modern natural sciences teach. Now, take The
    • goes beyond the psychology to which the modern natural sciences believe to have
    • of thinking which formed in the course of modern mental development. For Aristotle
    • ways cultivated by modern natural sciences, by observing the single parts of
    • also apply to the modern naturalistic psychology. We have to realise above all
    • religions have said what the modern natural sciences try to disprove. They have
    • for the soul science. This fundamental error lives in the modern psychology
    • slightest objection should be said against modern science. On the contrary,
    • modern science in such a way as this explores the realm of the purely spatial
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    • But not because this fact does not speak clearly, but it is simply because modern
    • You find a variety of different species and genera. As a modern naturalist you
    • on the standpoints of the modern theory of evolution that he lets develop the
    • sense as the modern natural sciences do with the species of the animal realm.
    • compatible, yes, in spiritual area exactly the same is as the modern theory
    • come by themselves from the standpoint of modern research to this teaching of
    • soul reincarnation like the modern philosopher Baumann in Göttingen. These
    • a bright light is thrown on the big question which has occupied modern philosophy
    • and the modern way of thinking in particular, the question of the value of life.
    • modern natural sciences who laid the basis of the world of living beings on
    • a science of the soul in the spiritual-scientific sense, in the modern scientific
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    • gave them; these are scholars who performed much more in our modern science
    • the modern technology would thereby take an immense upward trend, and this was
    • modern spiritual science, of theosophy. Theosophy tries to investigate the spiritual
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    • in a popular way — phenomena which the modern spiritism shows again. The
    • searching for evidences of another world in these matters, the birth of modern
    • argued with him. A person who could bring to life the modern spiritistic movement
    • Philosophy of Spiritual Intercourse. This work arose from the most modern
    • needs which had originated within the modern battle in which one wanted to accept
    • such a faith which satisfies the needs and desires of modern humankind. Above
    • all Davis says plainly that modern people cannot believe that a quantity of
    • human beings is blessed, another quantity condemned. It was this what the modern
    • the modern human being must understand the what, the why and the where to of
    • with regard to the modern way of thinking this movement had only prospects of
    • to the modern thinking, also to the materialistic views. A new form was sought
    • of the Middle Ages, and again in another way to the modern human beings. The
    • way of theosophy or spiritual science that it satisfies any demand of modern
    • if the modern human being says: show me the super-sensible like something sensory.
    • development, also in the sense of modern development.
    • Being an Explanation of Modern Mysteries (1853). Davis dictated his
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    • of the words of this Jesuit father in fairly modern language. They are in a
    • Mesmer about the Influence of the Planets on Human Life which the modern
    • modern science wants to admit. One asserted of a scholar that he could read
    • modern literature is written. In particular it is the philosopher Wundt
    • facts. To any really reasonable person it is clear that modern medicine knows
    • nothing is to be hoped from the modern academic treatment of hypnotism and suggestion.
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    • external phenomena. In this world of the external phenomena the modern human
    • to the father of modern natural sciences, Copernicus. Thus you admit that he
    • other writers could still be mentioned. What these modern spirits induced, on
    • We ask ourselves now: does the modern
    • human being find his satisfaction in this world view? — The modern human
    • of his mind. If the modern human being is eager to attain this self-knowledge,
    • Dear audience, the modern human
    • to the modern human being what he looks for, it has spread in the course of
    • it brings clear conceptions to this modern human being. Theosophy offers this
    • to the modern human being. It is something that the modern human being looks
    • for, it is something that the modern human being feels, something that any human
    • astrologer and astronomer. c f. R. Steiner CW 7 Mystics after Modernism,
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    • renounce to believe that a kind of harmony is possible between the modern scholarship
    • to us in that which we investigate externally. The modern scholarship is far
    • being again in a form which is suited to the modern human being, in the form
    • which the modern scholarship knows.
    • Even if the modern scholars know nothing about it, their own progress leads
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    • Eight days ago I tried to show what the modern human being
    • daybreak of human knowledge, we have to realise that modern science declares
    • to the reason why the modern naturalist wants to insist on his sentence that
    • as he is an average modern human being, has not awoken for this higher world.
    • modern philosophy, but take into account that only the modern human being is
    • Now we have to explain why the modern
    • Modern science itself has not always been in the same stage. It is a product
    • although it was not scientific in the modern sense. Therefore, one has to go
    • the stone settlements of the druids are modelled on cosmic measures. Everything
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    • conditions? And someone who stands on the point of view of modern science may
    • produced researches which deeply speak to the soul of the modern human being.
    • From the Middle Ages up to the modern
    • modern human being. They say: what does such asceticism mean to us? One only
    • theosophy as a modern spiritual movement speak to the Christians in Christian
    • cf. CW 7 Mystics after Modernism (Anthroposophic Press, 2000, 71ff)
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    • understanding will destroy the life in the modern theosophical
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    • Modern man no longer has the correct conception of these experiments.
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    • work. Nothing could be worse than this, that the bad modern habit of
    • personality distinguished in modern scientific circles said at a
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    • understanding for Christianity in the modern age, but such endeavours
    • name to become part of the spiritual life of the modern age. At the
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    • which was to be characteristic of our modern age. The important point
    • modern, intellectual kind of thinking, direct perception was then the
    • We shall speak today of the dawn of occultism in the modern age. Twelve
    • the culture of the thirteenth century and for that of our modern age.
    • this, but Lessing's whole mode and manner of thinking is such that the
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    • what a contrast there is between a man of the modern age and one who
    • technical life and the discoveries of modern civilisation. There were
    • with the special configuration of a modern natural scientist. Giordano
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    • a picture of Christian Rosenkreutz, the great teacher of the modern
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 1: Whitsuntide. Festival of the Liberation of the Human Spirit
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    • mode of life. He did not make inventions or discoveries as we do. He
    • nothing of all our modern technology would be possible; so that we
    • through to the most modern inventions of the telephone and so on. You
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    • as of particular importance for modern spiritual life. And that is why the
    • modern spiritual movement is brought into connection with the problem
    • the mode in which mankind acquired knowledge was different. You will
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 7: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 1
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    • channels in times of need. It was not built with our modern
    • buildings were achieved in a way which modern architects are not yet
    • disposition living in our modern culture. This training teaches him
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 10: Evolution and Involution as they are Interpreted by Occult Societies [The Atom as Congealed Electricity]
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    • because the worldly is remodelled into the divine, can it attain its
    • law should be a model for the inner law. Man must learn inwardly to
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    • Cologne Cathedral and modern technology. Our humanity has the task of
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    • Even the modern descendants, the Indians of today, are essentially
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    • female wisdom, since it feels that it must subdue and remodel
    • for world development is to guide evolution towards a modern
    • have two modern currents. The one has brought the old into the
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    • that distinguishes modern man used to be dissolved in the original
    • remodelling of the astral body is actually taking place, and that
    • perspectives. In modern times, that has led to the spirit itself
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    • remodelling of the cosmos. Just as we work on the cosmos today
    • need is a renewal of the Grail Chivalry in a modern form. Anyone who
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    • death is quite different from the mode in which words come
    • mode of expressing oneself about the spiritual world, its
    • out after death. The whole mode of living, of the relation
    • more and more dependent on models and copies. They can do
    • extremely little if they have no models or copies. Hence in
    • forces, but merely goes out and gets a model and uses the
    • model as one uses things in looking at them? He is then
    • more complete confusion than that of a certain modern
    • modern times expressed his holy terror of the spiritual
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    • because of the general sleepiness of the modern soul. Basically
    • thought. The modern scientific way of thinking clings most
    • our modern mindset. To take time in search of that which has
    • The extraordinary thing about modern people is that they don't
    • think about spirituality. In the modern proletarian science
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 1 (Summary): Effects of Modern Agnosticism
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    • within what they practise. Modern systems of labour consist in ruling
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    • world presents itself to the mind in modern thought on the basis of
    • in modern times when it comes to elucidating the phenomena of nature,
    • habits of modern times and therefore the principle of causation, will
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    • And modern aesthetics, evolved out of the thinking of more recent times,
    • in accord with the thinking of modern times. Of course, spiritual science
    • nature which has had all spirit removed from it, so that modern science
    • with the modern point of view, the modern way of thinking and feeling
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    • Christianity, the resurrection from the dead, appears to modern
    • virgin birth. The greater part of modern humanity is much more
    • Christ Jesus has lived in modern humanity in such a way as to
    • grave and modest mien, which, laying aside all timidity, allow
    • accept Christ as the model for our way of living. If, finally,
    • homage that it struck deep roots. According to modern
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture I: Where and How Does One Find the Spirit?
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    • Modern psychology does not differentiate soul and mind.
    • cetera. The plant can be a model for the human being. As well
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    • However, this makes Goethe such an eminently modern spirit. If
    • Goethe — that he appears to us as a modern spirit, then
    • deepest feelings of the modern human being in a narrow field.
    • howsoever, but it is an expression of the modern time. I mean
    • the available tables of the monks as a model. The tablecloth
    • call a modern understanding? He had it in that comprising way
    • representation how any soul force must work moderately together
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    • against that direction of modern psychology which says there,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IV: Bible and Wisdom I
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    • new reasons. At first, neither our modern science nor the
    • look closely at the result of this research performed by modern
    • That the forms of civilisation ascended to the modern complex
    • the Bible based on the modern scientific viewpoint, in so far
    • Bible is a document in which nothing is accidental. A modern
    • forms of the modern authors. Where exactly and precisely should
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    • says what a modern theologian said: if we subtract everything
    • the modern naming. Old naming should absolutely express the
    • which the human being became the modern self-conscious being,
    • modern human being is only a dilapidated rest of an old soul
    • childhood, not even at birth; but like the modern human being
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    • — in the modern view — exceptionally competent,
    • that can be observed in any single case. The modern
    • force before our present most modern thinking. Among the
    • external mode of expression gets up to nonsense really. Many
    • acceptable to the modern consciousness.
    • you like, take a modern doctor: if he rejects any form of
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • modern times which we can characterise by the fact that trade,
    • that dividing line of modern life, which a newer poet so nicely
    • that dividing line in the cultural development of modern times,
    • time. An inventive head shows him the model of the first
    • sons, however, never business acumen. In those parts of modern
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    • disturbs a modern poet at work. Moreover, Goethe was a much
    • slightest. Nevertheless, the thoughts, which the modern human
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    • this spirit in the modern form of Christianity. It will turn
    • there like a picture of the tragedy of modern materialistic
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    • great model of everything that the human soul should bear out
    • transfigured and decorated in the modern pictures which have
    • external rough models.
    • lively, also without adhering slavishly to sensuous models.
    • than any slavishly imitation of exterior-physical human models
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    • overcome by our modern humanity or should be overcome. It
    • modern stage of consciousness “consciousness” par
    • certain respects, the modern consciousness is a developmental
    • modern consciousness developed from subordinated stages of
    • consciousness. We can characterise our modern consciousness,
    • visualise by the modern dreaming, by its visions surging up and
    • modern consciousness has arisen from such a real dream life,
    • manifold forms, until it has developed into the modern form. If
    • clairvoyance projecting into our modern consciousness; but they
    • are clouded and changed in the modern state of development and,
    • modern dream consciousness. Because the human being was merged,
    • being emerged from the astral body and attained his modern
    • subconsciousness below the modern object consciousness.
    • what he knows from above. That applies to the modern human
    • the modern world, he would really experience those pictures,
    • experienced not in the modern object consciousness but in the
    • human being owes his modern self-consciousness, this particular
    • principles that the modern respiratory process developed. Those
    • appropriate to our modern self-consciousness, then an
    • modern point of view, one has to call this state morbid. Since
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    • misunderstood does not need to astonish the modern human being
    • forces in himself. As long as he normally lives in the modern
    • the Christ mystery in a new way corresponding to the modern
    • fairly succeeded in that, the modest aim is attained which I
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 1: The Experience of Major and Minor
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    • You only need call to mind yesterday's model Wipfel — B G,
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  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 6: The Sustained Note; the Rest; Discords
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    • can never produce a musical mood. In order that modern civilization
    • modern civilization wanted to provide the clearest proof that it is
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  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 1: Probability and Chance
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    • search for truth, and the preservation of a profound degree of modesty
    • You see what tremendous certainty the modern
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    • science. No difference can be ascertained by the methods modern science
    • classic form in Greece, the romantic form in modern times. Hegel thus
    • to modern times, but if Hegel could “deduce” Krug's pen
    • modern holding of mental images that now prevails; one wants to devote
    • Modern science, in its ignorance of what
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • relation of the modern spiritual science to the current of
    • great cultural power of the modern scientific way of thinking
    • However, just because the modern spiritual
    • on a field where many spirits of the modern time cannot yet go
    • modern scientificity. In this scientificity one takes the human
    • bring forward in a not quite modern sense, namely not in the
    • sense that is meant here as the modern one. Many people say who
    • result of modern life; this is, above all, for someone who
    • harmony between the legitimate living together of modern human
    • the modern life that flow not only from the knowledge of the
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • developed from the Pythagorean theosophy to the modern
    • entire recognition of the great results of modern science forms
    • surveys. A whole branch of modern experimental psychology deals
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    • creating in the modern naturalism that gets free from the outer
    • divine-spiritual world as it appears to the modern human being
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    • which research does in the most remarkable sense in the modern
    • learn to agree even in rather modest way with the materialistic
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    • modern geologists must already admit that we are walking over a
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • compare at all with the modern life. At that time, our modern
    • This became different in modern times; also
    • modern thinking, since Copernicus, Kepler, Galilei, and
    • there in the aurora of modern times and imagining the power of
    • Since just with the appearance of modern natural sciences the
    • world in the sense of modern natural sciences, he still
    • human soul presents itself compared with the modern view of
    • Hence, we can say: since the age of modern
    • itself, and everything points to the modern spiritual science,
    • separated from the bodily, the modern human being experiences
    • Thus, the modern human soul experiences
    • century that got its shine only in the modern natural sciences,
    • can assert itself compared to this modern view of nature? The
    • of modern natural sciences one believed to be connected with
    • of that originating what the modern natural sciences and the
    • the modern view of nature, how can we receive a reasonable
    • modern scientific view, and this striving lived and developed
    • modern natural sciences. From that, he got an insight of the
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    • the style of modern spiritual science, and not into that what
    • the essentials in the sense of modern spiritual science that
    • that is really an ideal of people with modern worldview who
    • would originate, or what some modern scientists imagine as the
    • The modern commentators have believed that already the old
    • the picture of the modern materialist.
    • once before the modern human being what is contained in the
    • Hence, he let the modern professor be serious to create a human
    • would like to say, the customs and traditions of modern spa
    • same here that it should be no satire of modern
    • establishment of his model state, the Eldorado, even his Lurley
    • Modern science already teaches that the human beings have
    • modern science. However
    • that is increased hugely with which the modern worldview has
    • forces! From these mechanical forces in the most modern style,
    • poet could have this idea that the modern human being who
    • to hold up a mirror to that modern attitude
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    • almost say, the modern soul is not able to bring itself to
    • using illustrations or photos for these talks. The modern human
    • life is given to the modern civilisation if spiritual science
    • this building, only a model should be given that spiritual
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    • attitude of modern people is colored increasingly by the
    • by modern science. Having revealed more and more of outer
    • have been entirely disregarded by modern research.
    • modern culture, and properly so. Indeed, it would have been a
    • scientific mode of thinking, and one that will also shed light
    • and in this way a most convincing model of a planetary system
    • to penetrate human nature has already crept into modern-day
    • the human being. Knowledge of the outer world and the mode of
    • cognitive powers used to study outer nature, but modern science
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    • judge the modern attitude, it would have responded, With all
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    • resort to unfamiliar modes of expression to characterize
    • that, only at puberty, the child reaches an intellectual mode
    • necessity will become increasingly modest, because such a
    • modern age and ancient Egypt. Is it any wonder, then, if
    • this respect, modern methods of observation again take the
    • have no intention of running down modern methods of scientific
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    • footsteps of our modern civilization, which has gradually
    • formation of the second teeth. One should become modest and ask
    • withstand modern prejudices. Naturally, pupils will learn to
    • the methods of modern educational systems were healthier, far
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    • modern people, because they tend to disagree with the idea that
    • older students do some modeling, and from the very beginning
    • produce. (When you ask children to model something or other,
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    • from the Gospel of Saint Luke. (To modern ears such a statement
    • this happens, self-confidence also becomes self-modesty,
    • activities — into singing, music-making, modeling, and so
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    • model, was begun in 1924 and completed in 1928.]
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    • whole modern phys
    • defense of truth is extraordinarily difficult in modern times.
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    • understand the matter, it all becomes clear. But modern science
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    • completely accepted the thinking habits of the modern
    • really a typical representative of modern science.
    • expected from by modern science towards anthroposophically
    • permeated by these modern scientific habits, to change. The joy
    • the characteristics of modern science where it turns into
    • must come through the modern spirit of science — as you
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    • the social question is a result of modern working together and
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    • Space for modern man is
    • modern man knows little more than that it has length, breadth and height,
    • that it is largely the unscientific nature of modern science, so-called,
    • That is identical with our modern abstractions of past and future.
    • paradoxical this may sound: modern man most certainly has an abstract
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    • of appearances around us, which is the way of modern natural science.
    • materialistic mode of living which indeed results from this concept,
    • a kind of materialistic mode of life. The results will not enter the
    • really enters your mode of living, and the lower nature gets increasingly
    • in the household of the world and the phenomena which modern natural
    • research only along the lines of modern natural science cannot build
    • one can find the Ahrimanic and Luciferic tendencies at work in the modern
    • that a number of cancerous tumours exist in modern society was expressed
    • organisation out of which the structure of the modern State emerged,
    • “Thus the modern
    • of modern political economy developed separately side by side with the
    • had withdrawn from modern industry and that money, that is, capital
    • as such was beginning to work. I spoke of how the modern social order
    • promotes the spread of materialism in the modern civilised world, the
    • spread of materialistic ideas in a more or less materialistic mode of
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    • I think there is another word more applicable to such a mode of thought
    • of modern writing will be unable to exist any longer when men start
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    • of the mysteries in a modern form. Today's road to Christ must
    • the Cross. But in later times, especially since our modern age began,
    • have entered into the evolution of modern humanity — inspired,
    • sleep must now in this modern age be sanctified by the human being himself
    • mystery in the evolution of modern humanity if one grasps this central
    • must have ears to hear what He is ever newly revealing in this modern
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 2: The Entrance of Christianity into the Course of Earth Evolution
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    • of the influence it has upon us — has left its shadow as the modern
    • in modern raiment is materialism. Christianity was born into the Jewish
    • in a modest way the greatest of all events in earth existence. This
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    • of equality, the idea of freedom resounds through the modern world.
    • in this connection, namely, that the various modern philosophical conceptions
    • that earlier age ever came to form such concepts. A modern person can
    • again, as from hoary depths of spirit, an independent mode of thinking
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    • Contrasting Principles of Ancient and Modern Initiation
    • possible.) A modern person would like to undergo initiation, if possible,
    • the so-called initiations of modern Freemasonry. But that was not the
    • as the modern person may wish. But the essential preparation for the
    • that is avoided by modern man — by the ordinary, secular man of
    • ancient times too — in which modern man does not want to become
    • no reason to be proud that our natural science views the modern Englishman,
    • are what modern initiation must come to more and more, forms that reveal
    • someone continues with the same mode of observation, he reaches only
    • by appearances in precisely the modern fashion. If you deal with that
    • can be learnt from the principles of modern initiation. Thus, ancient
    • of the world; modern initiation proceeds from knowledge of the world
    • knowledge of the world, you must start from a modern knowledge of man.
    • be entirely different from the way we speak of modern times. Ancient
    • of life, the man of old had to proceed from the world to man; modern
    • ancient man went from man to the world; modern man must go from the
    • for a man of modern times, but everyone must now make his way through
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    • that are similar: for instance, what we call modern science resembles
    • hardly aware that modern science is essentially similar to the views
    • persists as a ghost in modern science; but it does. It is a view tending
    • sought by modern humanity, and will be sought more and more.
    • in from an instinctively conscious reality. Modern science still reckons
    • only kind of consciousness that can be developed through modern science,
    • sort is opposed with might and main. Opposition to anything modern is
    • thoughtfully the customary, trivial natural science and its mode of
    • Whence, then, comes modern
    • many not even in Christ — but the mode of thought from the age
    • ions, Herzian waves; the object makes no difference, the mode of thought
    • mode of forming concepts. Naturally it angers people today when we say
    • who are revealed to one who stands within the modern life of spirit:
    • difference? This is shown precisely in initiation science. The modern
    • in very elementary form, for it is still commonly dominated by the mode
    • That was their initial mode of revelation; then out of the imaginations
    • from the soundest results of modern knowledge. I have pointed out that
    • modern science is the best preparation for spiritual research, because
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    • himself. Nothing could be proved, in the way proof is regarded by modern
    • — does not hold up before modern historical research; so there
    • Those who have followed the development of Christianity with modern
    • can be sought only through the modern spiritual life. For modern Gospel
    • criticism and modern historical research can easily be brought forward
    • conscience of modern natural science.
    • With regard to the modern
    • Mysteries of this sort, which later passed over into the modern secret
    • modern mystics, but in concrete details. He describes how, after beholding
    • modern scientific thinking. The effort is a spiritual one, and is truly
    • mode of thought; indeed, it cannot be combated strongly enough, for
    • But this mode of thought does contain the essence of spirituality. And
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    • show you that people are fast asleep. Compare modern life with the life
    • overwhelming majority of cases? Truly, the ideals of our modern youth
    • the modern world, what kind of picture do we have of him? I don't want
    • and new ones in the brilliance and vigor of modern technique and power,
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    • And a modern spiritual investigator is simply a person who acknowledges
    • their emphasis is insistent because a modern person does indeed feel
    • of this ghostly web. They think that out of what is given them by modern
    • in modern human beings, indeed in the very people who are the most representative,
    • this be modern man; then here (I) we have one layer of the human soul,
    • is consciousness, modern consciousness, especially well-schooled in
    • This is being enacted, one may say, behind the scenes of our modern
    • was on the whole quite different from the way modern man is inclined
    • up completely to the modern way of thinking, that is to say, to the
    • thinking formed on the model of the scientific world conception. We
    • the entire mode of thought representation, is a different one. This
    • none of the dismembering character that you find in all modern science.
    • This difference of the “how” (the mode of thinking) must
    • and strive to think in the way modern spiritual science thinks, you
    • The result of that treatment is shown in modern Protestant theology,
    • — is to exercise the spiritual scientific mode of thinking: then
    • themselves up to thoughts modelled on those of science, they will simply
    • details of what you are doing. What modern people particularly love
    • conception of what is taking place. But that is just what modern spiritual
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    • nothing in this world can authorize a modern human being to make promises
    • modern spiritual science appeals to our healthy capacity for discernment,
    • in positions of responsibility are unfit for their jobs. In our modern
    • acting as if everything were going fine. This is what our modern age
    • modern age. Such teachers should appeal only to people's consciousness.
    • In the modern age, when
    • of any modern hierarchy. Those higher up in the hierarchy must turn
    • reserved for karma. But as Christians, we must see modern initiates
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    • come from me. Instead, I try to show how modern science, including its
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    • consciousness? Why did he carry a mode of perception appropriate to
    • of our usual mode of perception on the physical plane to higher planes
    • mode of perception applicable to the spiritual world, a mode of perception
    • exists only for the physical plane. Applying the same mode of perception
    • approaching the spiritual world in modern times. Aspirations that resemble
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 6: The Concept of Love as it Relates to Mysticism
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    • and Roman prose or poetry will you find anything resembling our modern
    • old. Our modern notion of love — what love means to us today and
    • a contemporary thinker who is totally immersed in modern cultural concepts—in
    • mysticism is in the modern sense of the word when we have engaged in
    • like Mauthner, steeped in modern materialistic philosophy, the emotion
    • modern materialistic world tries to formulate a concept of mysticism
    • mysticism to eroticism, and on the other hand the tendency of our modern
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    • of modern natural sciences who performed a lot in a narrowly
    • modern natural sciences celebrated those thoughts which wanted
    • repeatedly: for the purposes of modern physics,
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    • displayed that in this modest house Theophrastus Bombastus
    • Thus, the modern human being has to
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    • reversal happens in a single human soul. What now the modern
    • become popular. One has only to look at the modern cultural
    • the human beings yet felt, the more they approached the modern
    • which modern time has done knows that one tried to put the person of Jesus of Nazareth with the
    • According to modern historical research,
    • development by modern spiritual science which transforms this
    • the right use of the results of modern research. This will turn
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    • beginning of the modern cultural direction Lessing (Gotthold
    • If the modern spiritual researcher rises to
    • nature or creation is that what our modern science is often
    • myth about the work of good and evil outranks the modern
    • of nature that the modern human being visualises laboriously in
    • pictures of the myths. That is not academic in the modern
    • Chrysaor, marries Kallirrhoe. Geryoneus originated, the modern
    • Spiritual science knows what a poet and philosopher of modern
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    • the modern active human beings.
    • inner urge of the modern human being. It was always in such a
    • modern spiritual science can add. May the protective god do
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    • in connection with the most important problems of life, modern men may
    • life. Here I think that particularly a significant event of modern times
    • modern life, and which has, on the other hand, obtained the inner impulse
    • thoughts are a priori influenced by the modern economic order.
    • impetus of the modern proletarian movement in social life is based upon
    • is the modern working class movement. It is encumbered with all the
    • errors and the hopelessness of modern science, just because it sprang
    • out of modern science. But it proceeds entirely from thought.
    • contradiction which has found its place in modern life! During the past
    • to reality. An “advanced” modern thinker — “advanced”,
    • in the meaning of modern academic wisdom, modern illumined thought,
    • modern democratic consciousness may find the idea tempting that nine
    • particularly under the guidance of modern science, which has proved
    • when a modern professor of national economy, who is a guide to others,
    • This is of course the case under modern conditions, but it is essential
    • picture is not based upon this fact. For Lenbach, or any other modern
    • modern humanity must learn to say: “In no case can human labour
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    • is not always clearly evident) from the modern natural-scientific way
    • science; they think in the direction developed through modern natural
    • this modern age is known to us. In a conscious way, man seeks to place
    • Then it passes over to the modern capitalistic production.
    • In a certain way modern
    • have the development of modern technical life, which entirely transformed
    • rise to the modern proletarian class. As a result, we have on the one
    • the time of modern engineering. In the western countries we therefore
    • the modern engineering age, it becomes permeated by the proletarian
    • development of the modern age has shown the trend of things in a fearfully
    • such a way that the old corporations developed into the so-called modern
    • states. These modern states of central Europe, stretching as far as
    • process now arose that modern economic life and its requirements turned
    • Than came the modern catastrophe,
    • that it is impossible to unite modern economic life with an obsolete
    • away, instead of becoming modernised in accordance with the requirements
    • of modern life.
    • which do not take into account modern economic life, are still strong
    • they should learn instead to develop now thoughts, new ideas. Yet modern
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    • as follows: In certain spheres, modern technical engineering has led over
    • example, it suffices to consider the modern steel industry; quite a
    • which modern economic life has called into existence, great accumulations
    • and of workmen belonging to certain definite spheres of life. Modern
    • socialists believe that the modern socialistic idea has led to the socialisation
    • economic life of modern times, can continue in a regular way.
    • suggestive influence upon the modern proletariat. If the conditions
    • the soul constitution of the modern proletariat. There we find that
    • such ideas exercise a strong, suggestive power over the minds of modern
    • of modern men (and this is due to many reasons) that they have a predilection
    • be healed if modern men lose this habit of surrendering to one-sided
    • socialisation of industrial life, we simply apply modern natural-scientific
    • the natural-scientific forms of thought developed in modern times, certain
    • concerns were swallowed up by the gigantic industries of modern times,
    • in the right way if we compare the modern capitalistic production to
    • The sleepiness of modern
    • all, in. our thoughts. The task of modern humanity is to take in God's
    • which the great majority of modern men unfortunately has shown no interest
    • of the whole course of development of modern humanity.
    • hand connected with the lack of interest which modern men have for the
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    • the strength of the impulses which influence the development of modern
    • socialistic thinking and of modern socialistic aims. We might say: What
    • of modern humanity, to an ever growing lack of confidence in the power
    • the development of modern humanity, a fact which we have already considered
    • can be gained to-day from these modern books on ethics and other spiritual
    • of Nature. Do you find in the words or writings of modern men, belonging
    • befall humanity. In regard to such things, the modern proletarian' party,
    • independenly of any traditional religion or sectarian. movement of modern
    • modern times. The latter leads to hypotheses such as that of Kant-Laplace.
    • The modern scientific
    • Modern humanity thus sways
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    • belongs to the serious prejudices of the modern worldview that
    • sciences but on the contrary. Everything that the modern
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    • the modern genetics, this thought is maybe still absurd. That
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    • scientific conscience and attitude of modern natural sciences.
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    • modern natural sciences. Thus, psychologists and naturalists
    • of the world on basis of modern education.
    • misunderstandings are based on this property of modern
    • from modern natural sciences which turn against anything
    • the mechanism of the brain and the nerves after modern
    • modern natural sciences are absolutely materialists who deal
    • modern physiology cannot stand against it, because these
    • that I contradict many assertions of modern science. I also
    • of spiritual science. Modern physiology believes to take stock
    • nerves for modern physiology. There are not such motor nerves
    • What modern physiology still considers as motor nerves are
    • modern psychologist does not get involved with that which the
    • I would only like to point out that the modern education
    • Picture of Modern Natural Sciences (1907, translation of
    • modern time that generally such things can find followers that
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    • the excellent thinkers of modern time have avoided this way so
    • of the modern scientific way of thinking: “The modern
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    • Indeed, certain modern ideas about the centaur seem to comply
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    • does, for example, the modern philosopher if he wants to
    • find in the modern literature: we cannot know this!
    • be proved for the modern epistemologist very easily: because we
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    • succeeded in showing how after the model of astronomical
    • model of astronomical movements: by the perception of the tone
    • model of astronomy and the peculiar experience: I see red, I
    • a model of a scientific, deeply in the secrets of existence
    • results of modern astronomy fit in our spiritual-scientific
    • — there we have no speculations after the model of the
    • different from the modern astronomical physicists: the human
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    • descent of the modern human being from a being that equals the
    • “ancestors” in the modern sense. It belonged in a
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    • to a mere idea, but to the modern ways of life. This struggle
    • stimulated by it. Here for the first time in the modern times
    • existence. One got a new point of view with it. However, modern
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    • the modern proletarian demands more and more that not this or
    • could call a model in every respect if the condition had been
    • modern way of thinking there is a conviction to which appears
    • human wisdom serves the human being. The modern social thinking
    • that every single human being learns to think socially. Modern
    • nicely. The modern official is independent. The measure of his
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    • ago. Nevertheless, the modern physical research will only
    • experience. This part of modern physiology, which speaks of a
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    • human existence according to the modern Darwinist point of
    • the ancestors of the modern human beings, spiritual science
    • compared to the modern civilised human beings.
    • modern naturalists think that they lead us back ten to fifteen
    • the modern civilised human being a civilised human being, did
    • unlike those of the modern civilised human being. This enabled
    • yet have that bright clarity of the intellect, which our modern
    • of the modern human beings.
    • borders on the miraculous compared with the modern ideas.
    • modern naturalist, accustomed to materialistic ideas, supposes
    • we consider the modern human beings, they developed from these
    • part of this sub-race — it was very unlike the modern
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    • intelligence like the modern humanity. In return, however, they
    • certain respects. The modern human being thereby outranks the
    • him. The modern human being hears and sees the external world.
    • had to get religion in another form than the modern human
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    • of which the modern human being can hardly conceive. Do not
    • phases of development than the modern ones.
    • see models of cooperation of single beings in a whole in the
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    • model of spirituality in it. If you look at the heart, this
    • modern human being needs more than in former times to bring in
    • into the inner soul life. A big percentage of modern humanity
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    • being like the modern materialistic thinking where he speaks to
    • Modern materialism has admittedly forgotten this. However, who
    • from his chaos to a future harmony that is modelled after the
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    • modern investigation of the sensory material existence may
    • religion from the modern science. In particular, Moleschott
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    • one. The soul of a modern human being has concepts of good and
    • where we see it with the modern human being, up to the great
    • we perceive with the physical senses at first. The modern human
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    • possible with the modern concepts, as they are still quite
    • most people of those who think from the modern point of view
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    • is a peculiar thing that the theosophical thinkers of modern
    • can perceive a little of the work on his inside. The mode of
    • the advanced human beings who give themselves the mode of
    • predecessor of the modern theory of evolution and founder of
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    • Victors in a Christian-modern way. He shows Parzival as
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    • ideal. The modern scholar can cope neither with that which that
    • be components of the human nature. Of course, the modern
    • That is why the modern academic view understands Paracelsus so
    • were quite different. Even modern physics looks back at an age
    • being from the physical surroundings than our modern theory of
    • admires the general expressions of modern pantheism, of the
    • modern view of nature, but this is the purest dilettantism if
    • difference between the modern way of research and his way, a
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    • modern naturalist pursues the living beings back to more
    • language, compared with it, our modern language appears grey
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    • as the “modern” Christian spirit (and that
    • conception. Even modern science kneels in idolatrous
    • the brain is some being or other — of course modern
    • invented by modern science out of the distorted
    • to the Philistinism of modern science. Again and again I
    • present English laboring class, in the modern spirit of
    • The modern
    • typical man of this modern capitalistic age feels most
    • business life and state life in modern times: it is
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    • your followers! Nevertheless, they are not abreast with modern
    • science! Not before you have people who are abreast with modern
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    • modern psychology even as questions. Everything in the human
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    • rather modern cultural feelings, and materialism is suitable
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    • kind which encompass the earth with our modern means of
    • life the imprint. All that has generated the modern worker, the
    • proletarian worker. With him, only the modern form of our
    • the craftsman of former times and the modern worker. Today
    • reason of our modern misery that earnings and occupation that
    • beings were herded together in the sites of modern misery. If
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    • experimentalist. Without being opponent of modern natural
    • modern science has investigated. It admits its results
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    • presumptuous, and, nevertheless, it is modest if we understand
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    • fact is that the modern spiritual science is young and that its
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    • Switzerland, it can be seen how far in man's modern necessities of life,
    • of working in Stuttgart to meet the demands of modern life, Herr Mott,
    • true modesty need not be deterred when making itself felt, by the reproach
    • arising out of the real conditions of modern human life. First, arising
    • knowledge of the evolutionary forces to which modern man must turn.
    • development of modern economic life, have no interest in retaining the
    • connection with the modern demands of mankind up till now, there is
    • that has sprung from conditions having nothing to do with modern demands.
    • to modern humanity. Its Government did not understand how to give the
    • be considered as something having evolutionary force for modern mankind,
    • more modern history, when at the time of its foundation the necessity
    • Ludendorf as a good modern example. That is the type, the representative,
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    • be attained by muddling through would be false. What modern man lacks
    • a clear concept of this simple land value, since in the modern capitalistic
    • answer, what is indeed an inner lie. Many modern theologians talk of
    • Modern Theology actually
    • things. From this, however, the spiritual life of modern mankind has
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    • amounts to, and on the other hand you try to grasp how in modern life
    • opinions from which have arisen the modern wage conditions, the modern
    • capital conditions, the modern ground-rent conditions. And now he tries
    • Marx' thoughts but the thoughts of modern times. Then one is driven
    • the form of modern socialistic thought, to a point amounting almost
    • the final consequence of bourgeois evolution. Just as the modern social
    • Lenin asks of the modern overseer of labour.
    • All this is the modern form
    • modern social movement is that these impulses are full of a thinking
    • to think out the most perfect form of modern educational method. I come
    • soon as it is matured it prepares to die. Thus you see that modern thinking
    • In no sphere has modern
    • in me? For the modern human Movement must aim at driving out everything
    • land one in modern sectarian tendencies. I have often put this in another
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    • the forces active in the modern social movement, is derived from the
    • the materialistic interpretation of history. This is due to the modern
    • the modern proletariat, who in reality have simply taken over as heritage
    • Thus in modern times efforts
    • the essential content of modern consciousness since mankind entered
    • Our modern life of spirit,
    • 5. Modern Culture-epoch:
    • has, in truth, arisen from the ineffectiveness of the concepts of modern
    • getting ever more accustomed to the copying of a model and keeping to
    • but with the human object as model force has to be used for the pose
    • to imitate nature, the model takes on an expression as if he had catalepsy.
    • men. We have only to look at modern human evolution correctly, and we
    • has this had on the modern proletariat? Since they have been tied to
    • modern protestant theology, which no longer has any power over modern
    • men, the modern proletariat. —
    • depths of their souls, modem men are once more striving for freedom of
    • highest authority. For whose judgment stands higher for the modern
    • is questioned about every possible thing in the world. Modern philosophers
    • people smile at such a book. But modern leading classes most firmly believe
    • sense it should be a State-consciousness. Modern consciousness is much
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    • three impulses behind the modern proletariat movement — first, the
    • is stirring and coming to life. Whereas the modern proletarian surrenders
    • Similarly, when the modern
    • this is only an attempt to disguise what is filling the soul of modern
    • is Fichte? Fichte is a characteristic modern thinker. He cultivated
    • abstract thinking arisen in modern historical evolution? It is because
    • life. In modern mysticism there is no sound path that does not lead
    • lies secretly at the basis of the force in the modern proletarian movement.
    • processes. He pictures it thus because when modern man directs his gaze
    • progress to be made in modern Spiritual Science will be closely connected
    • of modern endeavour, to make the State more and more into a uniform
    • those who consider the modern proletarian movement to exist merely to
    • Now in the modem social
    • goods apparently being bartered for labour power. This is what the modern
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    • Think of all men called modern civilisation. And then think of what
    • since August, 1914, has become of this modern European civilisation,
    • to oppose the aims of modern Socialists, really frightening to many
    • Mount, which is not to be found in the modern class struggle. Unfortunately
    • modern man must take to free himself from all this unfortunate materialism
    • reaction of the primal thoughts on modern human relations. Men who formulate
    • other difficultly in modern economic life. Suppose you were carpenter
    • a certain stamp. Our modern paper money, for example, bears a stamp
    • a social basis, not, it is true, in the way the modern sentimentalist
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    • example. Modern socialist thinking is directed against capitalism. Socialism
    • it has proven itself a scourge of modern mankind, so it must be destroyed.
    • The goods valued least by modern mankind, the spiritual goods, are thus
    • public this idea of a League of Nations. He set it up as a model of
    • should be established, by taking as model what the States have done
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    • the fact that socialistic thinking has proceeded out of modern thinking
    • that modern thinking comes to expression with its particular
    • I should like just to speak of what is characteristic in Hegel's mode of
    • to draw your attention to how the tendency of modem thinking is expressed.
    • nerve of modern socialistic thought has its roots in the very pinnacle of
    • modern idealistic thought. This personal contact that at the same time
    • He says, for example: Out of the modern economic and capitalistic form
    • been thinking exactly after Hegel's model, only Hegel in his thinking
    • only by thinking in the sense of the modern trinity, with man in the
    • material you find the spirit. That is the task of the modern age; no
    • upon the heights and purity reached by modern thinking that socialism
    • in this roundabout way we arrive at spirituality. And for modern mankind
    • modern attitude of mind, had it been painted today. For nothing has
    • and liberalism, and of how religion was to be transformed to suit modern
    • a Churchman keeping fast to the old, with nothing modern about him. He
    • validity, has any right to it! — This was no modern spirit but a
    • partaking of genius has condemned the whole modern culture of the west,
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    • certain phenomena of life, is many a mode of study whose
    • can you imagine that the evolution of modern humanity would
    • Just think of all that has flowed into the life of modern
    • remodels it, so too, his feelings and sensations,
    • modern humanity possesses through the knowledge of the
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    • developments of modern learning. As to the men who write such
    • life which springs from the great achievements of modern time.
    • secret of modern life. Take the students who go through
    • individuals who enter the modern life of education
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    • outer History, in the rise of the modern life of callings
    • specialisation of callings and occupations in modern time. But
    • be able to sever themselves from the whole complex of modern
    • modern, Philistine ideas, — may say of these things, ‘How
    • the disadvantages of modern vocational life. To hear
    • pouring derision on ‘these modern movements,’ and putting
    • abstract religions, so does the evolution of modern time demand
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    • afraid. As a consequence modern science is particularly against thinkers
    • of life was built on thoughts. The modern researcher takes the attitude
    • to modern opinion, someone who understands fly-fishing must also understand
    • are in fact inadequate. This is because modern man has no interest in
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    • every aspect of modern science even if theoretically some scientific
    • that modern science disregards the basic principle of scientific investigation
    • as a model for arranging the various departments within a State. The
    • by Verworn one meets everywhere in modern science. Take the following
    • insecurity felt by modern man reflect modern thinking. This thinking
    • life. In this respect modern man is far from courageous. He draws back
    • electrons. The modern view is that everything consists of atoms. Many
    • very different from that of modern spiritual science. But you will also
    • not arrived at in the same way as the findings of modern spiritual science,
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    • of Christ is inspired by Ahriman. Those who are able to review modern
    • Modern man shrinks from the many-sided battle to attain spiritual insight;
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    • to know immediately at first encounter; she was a thoroughly modest
    • today are really models even in regard to more external aspects of our
    • the way modern humanity, in contrast to former times, relies more on
    • at the state of the world, concludes that modern man places a one-sided
    • at work in modern man? He goes on to enumerate some impulses and emotions
    • was the handmaid of Theology; looking at modern culture he concludes
    • he denies validity to the very impulse, i.e., reason that governs modern
    • in modern man. He points to Christ in only one place — two other
    • He knows of the many things that induce modern man to say things like:
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    • I may add, modern philosophers take great exception.
    • I said by modern philosophers as unscientific — is immensely significant.
    • Nothing else provides a true understanding of Christianity. Modern so-called
    • again and again. What must also be emphasized is that it is modern man's
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    • for a modern professor of theology, is a rather uncomfortable task.
    • does Lucifer wait within. The modern theologian of whom we are speaking
    • modern views. At the Berlin university he had a large following; the
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    • modern people think they know better than their predecessors, they also
    • way modern philosophers, in their writings or when lecturing, castigate
    • to the Scholastics, the modern philosophers are incredibly ignorant
    • A modern philosopher would
    • “Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age.”
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    • 16th centuries than modern historians are inclined to admit. Great transformation
    • behind the physical world. I can well imagine that a modern student
    • seemed meaningless in the fourth. This fact will seem strange to modern
    • picture let us for a moment compare a modern man of average education
    • if they could be demonstrated today, would greatly amaze modern scientists.
    • Catholic theologians the usual answer to modern man's objection is:
    • the most important spheres of modern civilization, the actual devil
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    • on in the world. However, due to modern man's lethargy and love of ease,
    • importance but somewhat difficult for modern man to understand: Every
    • illusions all of which demonstrate that, while modern man is beset by
    • is highly uncomfortable for modern man. For example, when someone embarks
    • they do not want it. The reason they do not is because modern man shuns
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    • in substances from the cosmos. The whole modern nutritional
    • human beings. We become priests in the modern sense of the word
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    • one really do that? No matter what modern language one reads
    • about it. For the modern versions tell one nothing.
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    • which modern intellects must stumble right away. But the
    • religious life in a model way, and so did all the other people
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    • mode which is not in accordance with numbers. In any case, in
    • we wanted to write what they wrote in ancient times in a modern
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    • from a below upwards mode to an above downwards mode, and that
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    • life as the present, modern cultic ritual.
    • feeling but it is very difficult to reconstruct for modern
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    • John is. According to the modern principle of initiation the
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    • He does not express them through looking at a model. Here, you can already
    • note a looking at the model, so that the soul shows by itself what it has
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    • from what the human eye can see in the model. In order to have a right
    • — apart from what the eye can see of form in the model — one
    • model. There is a strong naturalistic vein in him, but he has also still
    • flows, for example, in the veins of the modern Italian, very little
    • first time in art, the Redeemer becomes the model for the Western priest.
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    • Atlantis, is their mode of perception, the general form
    • expressed in modern words somewhat as follows: If we once
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    • modern physics to conceive of a body consisting solely of
    • modem physics a state or condition only, not anything
    • we are not concerned to-day with modern physics but only
    • modern existence too, something corresponding to what
    • teaching into modern language, we can say that he taught
    • by modern anthropological research from evidence provided
    • led back, not to what modern anthropologists surmise, but
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    • now require very special study, for what modern philology
    • to be an echo of the being in the tone. (Our modern age
    • contains a masterly review of modem research, of all
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    • giving birth to modern civilization and culture. If,
    • would never find his bearings. His mode of life in the
    • different modes of perception that are adopted. The
    • feeble modern translations the majesty of this passage
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    • In modern
    • of which arc extremely difficult to render in our modern
    • before the eyes of mankind as a model and an example to
    • the model for the ascent of the human ‘I’
    • mode of consciousness prevailing in the external world
    • of modern Spiritual Science is to enable us to read and
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    • experiences encountered in one or another mode of
    • as a kind of modern gospel, in order that it may become
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    • with one of the modem age, a very significant difference
    • although it would be out of place in the modem age. But
    • in the modem, physical sense, but most of them were
    • once more remind ourselves that there are two modes of
    • forces that work creatively in him. And in the other mode
    • ‘fourth thousand’ and those whose mode of
    • are being written in the modern age, but the Gospels did
    • emphasized that modern man is unwilling to recognize
    • of modern times. It is that when we penetrate more deeply
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    • produced by any modern scholarship, a great deal was
    • modern age ought really to give a little thought to the
    • truth. But what does modern Bible exegesis make of these
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    • modern consciousness recognizes men of genius who stand
    • olden times and it happens in the modern age too, only it
    • notice of certain modern researchers. In current, though
    • Aeschylus. But when modern biographies are being written,
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    • forces, just that which is so characteristic in our modern
    • intellectual thinking human beings according to the modern idea
    • this intellectual element, our modern natural Science
    • can also see this in other things. A quite modern scientific
    • civilisation has now grown up. Our modern scientific culture,
    • mineral-physical. Just consider how uncomfortable a modern
    • the principle of life, the modern scientist asserts that one
    • still less into the element of soul. Thus this modern Science
    • longer be found. In place of it, Modern Science grew up into an
    • into this world as to see the Christ-Being in it. Modern
    • Ahrimanising of our modern civilisation reveals itself; it is
    • modern civilisation, that we have no word for this
    • paradoxical it may appear to modern humanity that one should
    • speak of these things, modern civilization requires that these
    • spoken of scientifically in our modern Science.
    • and more emphatically what is now necessary for modern
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    • of how modern Spiritual Science has to rekindle old
    • careful. One has on the one side modern Chemistry, Physics,
    • description of the history of the scientific mode of thought,
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    • a spiritual mode of viewing. Only in this way was the sense world
    • modes of seeing, to allow to survive for posterity only those
    • precisely our modern theology, evolved out of the old
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    • world are no longer adequate. In modern times no one has felt this
    • [Karl von Linne (Linnaeus) (1707–1778), Swedish naturalist, father of modeNote 2]
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    • [John Scotus Eriugena (c. 810–877), Neoplatonizing Celtic Christian philosopher. Cf. Rudolf Steiner, Riddles of Philosophy, Occult History, Origins of ModeNote 1]
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    • [Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (1759–1805), German poet, dramatist, historian, and philosopher. Schiller's friendship with Goethe is celebrated. Strongly influenced by Kant, his idealism and hatred of tyranny were a powerful influence in modeNote 5]
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    • must be completely clear what meditation is in the modern sense. It
    • On the contrary, modern initiation knowledge must leave a man
    • We need a word in modern languages that
    • modern humanity. Modern humanity looks at the beginning of the
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    • Modern humanity no longer has this natural
    • When a modern initiate acquires the
    • initiate feels himself in a tragic situation. When the modern
    • more a modern initiate, in whose soul the world of
    • the modern world calls science, the more he feels his soul
    • dying. For the modern initiate the sciences are the grave of the
    • knowledge of the world in the fashion of modern science. Sometimes he
    • he always dies when knowing things in the modern sense, why he
    • the heights of modern scientific knowledge, the greatness of which he
    • birth and death, at the thoughts arising from modern wisdom and
    • However, if as modern initiates we fill
    • experience in modern initiation — if for example we immerse
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    • sleep state. We should not lose sight of the fact that modern
    • spiritual significance of Christ. You see, modern initiation science
    • must bring this understanding. There must be a modern science
    • been studied in the old science of initiation we need a modern
    • I may say so in all modesty, this is how the questions are posed and
    • The attempt is made there to describe what the modern human being
    • we should observe how things stand with this modern initiation and
    • its relationship to modern man.
    • the foundation of modern initiation I will say something now that I
    • modern initiation, as I have already said, to seek as knowledge the
    • meant looking into nature. Modern initiates are concerned to
    • we only know his or her external side; the modern science of
    • present in the cosmos. This is the task of modern initiation science.
    • Out of this strength modern initiation science must speak.
    • against modern initiation. Before modern initiation, which is a
    • of modern initiation.
    • When the possibility of achieving a modern
    • enemies of modern initiation have worked.
    • represents the supreme babbler of modern civilization.
    • modern science of initiation (where we must know heaven and earth and
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    • concepts or high religious ideals, that is, he remodels his
    • simple modes of life. Everything that those early people had in
    • times. What surrounds this modern person, what does he see from
    • mode of living; he cannot turn back to the primitive conditions
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    • best into the spiritual world. To the modern man the
    • the modern man is emancipated from outer processes, so
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    • itself as a fully valid science beside the modern natural
    • easily result from certain advantages of modern science.
    • natural sciences have brought up in modern times as mental
    • knowledge to which just the modern natural sciences lead.
    • Modern natural sciences give that who dedicates himself to them
    • from the other areas of modern existence, weird persons
    • humanity. The Copernican worldview, the modern natural sciences
    • modern times. Just therefore the decision of truth and error of
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    • way. Anthroposophy wants just to consider the modern
    • become an element of the modern cultural life — what has
    • little the modern humanity will be able to form religions of
    • anthroposophy and the modern scientific current: The latter
    • new forms and viewpoints to keep in step with the modern time.
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    • the modern spiritual striving because of the already recognised
    • modern civilised humanity has lost and which it has to receive
    • horizon of modern science, and I have already said that it
    • spiritual-scientifically. However, already the modern natural
    • be exhausted by such mental pictures as the modern monistic or
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    • one-sided just under the influence of the modern world view, so
    • modern natural sciences from this viewpoint of the human
    • development. If one asks for these modern natural sciences and
    • the contents of the modern scientific thinking that do no
    • one looks at the development of modern natural sciences in such
    • modern socialism have become socially acceptable.
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    • according to my modest subjective opinion, there was no trace
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    • acknowledged even today by tradition has turned to the modern
    • thinking, this modern soul science got more or less into cloudy
    • waters. If one speaks of modern psychology, one has to remind
    • attention, love, hatred, and the like. Modern natural sciences
    • which one can do, if one approaches modern psychology, finds
    • modern human being in strange way, just if you have tried to
    • proposition goes like a motto through the entire modern
    • because I believe that that which the modern human being thinks
    • the methods to which modern spiritual science has to point.
    • This modern spiritual science, while it urges the human being
    • is not real. As much as modern psychology may collect with the
    • learn from this fact that modern spiritual-scientific
    • course, the modern human being says that he cannot realise
    • This will be the other starting point for the modern
    • hand, just modern natural sciences will automatically lead
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    • once after the pattern of dream books or as the modern
    • Richard Wahle tried to ask the modern worldviews: what can one
    • them. Thus, Richard Wahle gets to the view that this modern
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    • If one sees back how before the rise of the modern cultural
    • people. However, one can compare the modern philosophers to
    • time. Since with the appearance of the modern natural sciences
    • what the modern human being needs most of all.
    • search the riddle of the human soul life in the modern sense.
    • unusual to the modern thinking that many people find it
    • usual consciousness what you hardly note what single modern
    • modern sense. It becomes necessary also historically that the
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    • modern thinking has assumed. He is also typical for how people
    • also a special commodity because of the modern social order,
    • Spiritual science will prepare the human being in modern sense
    • Spiritual science creates these new inner bases for the modern
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    • modern culture has brought into the present. This stream
    • promises the eradication of modern culture. You must not
    • deprived of modern cultural elements, which is what this
    • Movement carries. Modern cultural elements are considered as
    • made noble; he must be reckoned with alongside modern culture.
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    • Our entire modern theology, all its literature is now
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    • gathered up from the rubbish heap of modern knowledge and labelled
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    • and maybe even modern people
    • Plotinus appears to the modern human being, actually, as a
    • modern philosopher to understand Plotinus.
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    • For the modern human being this seems paradox, maybe even
    • as modern materialists do, then the writings of the Areopagite
    • the soul on the body. If I wanted to speak in modern way, I
    • way as modern philosophers and philologists do who quarrel over
    • modern science, in the whole public life, which was left of
    • view the modern human being has to take of that which has
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    • The modern philosophy begins with it as
    • back largely to Kant and the modern physiology. Thus, you would
    • at our birth. It is exactly the same way with the modern issue
    • fact that the modern thinking is not astute and logical; and
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    • reality, that makes a man of the modern age into an anthroposophist?
    • that were not utterly materialistic. What constitutes a modern
    • importance for the modern anthroposophist is the gaining of
    • will essentially transform modern life, will create new forms of
    • fundamentally speaking, within the reach of every modern man, and if
    • institutions the modern world appears not unlike a vast emporium with
    • characteristic stamp of the modern anthroposophist may be said to be
    • efforts made in modern civilisation aim at introducing into life
    • friend was probably right, as far as most men of the modern age are
    • hypothesis. Nevertheless its effect upon the human mind in the modern
    • modern mind. But what matters is that Anthroposophy shall be taken as
    • trivial utterances such as those to be found in modern monistic
    • enlightened man in the sense of modern culture, would not maintain
    • forces are apparently lost to them! Modern culture is as it is
    • is conscious of these truths. The cultural life of the modern age has
    • Just as a modern man
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    • whole character of modern life will of course make it more and more
    • entirely new being presented to modern humanity. Nevertheless they
    • of a man of the modern age to Anthroposophy is characterised by the
    • who have heard me speak of it or of modern natural science in general
    • know well that I pass no derogatory judgment on the modern scientific
    • mode of thinking. Therefore in characterising the difference I shall
    • feel sympathy or antipathy towards him, strong or moderate affection,
    • means an essential feature of modern Spiritual Science. A great deal
    • moderately good man, and we carry this thought through life, we shall
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    • suitable for the present age. The mode of thought we are about to
    • that is all. Anyone who has absorbed all that modern culture is able
    • true understanding of modern science, not the dilettante understanding
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    • average man of modern times; what has been said does not altogether
    • The idealistic strivings of modern times cannot attain their goals
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    • entirely in such pictures as he has in the modern dream, but they
    • as modern man of the waking consciousness. On the planet that replaces
    • modern waking day-consciousness been possible. Organs must be created
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    • form as in our modern lifeless mirror. There you have the creative
    • reached the density of fire, of warmth, the warmth in which our modern
    • Certain beings worked on Saturn as independently as modern man; they
    • stood then at the human level. They could not be formed like modern
    • had not the appearance of a plant in the modern sense, for this has
    • differ from modern man inasmuch as man breathes air, since air is in
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    • our Earth in the most important way. It is only for the modern
    • lost to modern man, the old alchemists could, however, set up the
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    • soul of modern man. Such a book had to be written sooner or later. It
    • between the occult mode of thought and the present time. You can find
    • When we say that man in the Lemurian Epoch had a mode of progression
    • the earliest foundations of our modern rocks and stones in consequence
    • which the modern mineral was for the most part dissolved and fluid, as
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    • such a fantastic statement, as has modern materialism. It is the
    • is a crux, a riddle for modern science. It has diagonally striped
    • What the materialistic mode of thought brings about has not yet been
    • modern Ireland, the advanced human beings were drawn to the East in
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    • modern conditions, and lies between the actual Christian path and the
    • Christian way is somewhat difficult for modern man, hence the
    • the midst of modern life he must be able to cut himself off for a time
    • Study in the Rosicrucian sense is the ability to immerse oneself in a content of thought not taken from physical reality but from the higher worlds. This is called the life in pure thought. Modern philosophers for the most part deny this; they say that every thinking must have a certain vestige remaining from sense perception. This, however, is not the case, for no one, for example, can see a true circle; a circle must be seen in the mind; on the blackboard it is only a collection of tiny particles of chalk. One can only attain to a real circle if one leaves aside all examples, all actual things. Thus thinking in Mathematics is a super-sensible activity. But one must also learn to think supersensibly in other fields.
    • been produced by the modern materialistic age. If you picture
    • writing and is modeled on it.
    • modern fungi; all that today lies within the human skin was once
    • all. If you think in the manner of modern thought then you can take
    • the Rosicrucian path, no matter how scientific you may be. Modern
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    • highway of modern life.
    • sort of modern pilgrimage to travel from long distances to
    • spiritual world into modern civilization. — It was, in
    • carry over a scientifically trained mode of thought into the
    • sample slice out of the life of modern civilization, and in an
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture II: The Theosophical Society: A Common Body with a Conscious Self. Blavatsky Phenomenon
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    • of modern civilization, — something which for these
    • comparatively modern terminology, were very little to be
    • all this was clothed again in quite modern, materialistic
    • it struck one in what I may call its then-modern form (few
    • which of course every modern-minded person of the time
    • Everything in this modern age has turned to abstract concepts
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    • than everything which in modern times has been brought to light
    • application. Modern physics, however, does not contest it; it
    • scientific conscience, say, of the modern age.
    • hard it is in these modern times to make oneself at all
    • will. Indeed, in the abstract fashion which is usual in modern
    • these modern times we had emancipated ourselves from the
    • all countries, amongst the whole of modern mankind, and that
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    • discussion whatever of these life-conditions, by which modern
    • of what is called the modern education of the day, was really
    • the top of modern culture; yet, unlike as they otherwise were
    • from their first primary school, into this modern style of
    • soul, is directed into this modern style of education. And
    • modern education did not exist, to times where the learned life
    • which makes the belief in this authoritativeness of modern
    • modern education come to be directed only to what the external
    • else, and only at last taking up more and more into modern
    • — so it came about, little by little, that modern
    • gradually this modern education came to be equipped with the
    • ‘quite certain’ modern education. And now, as this modern
    • earlier centuries, before this modern education existed?
    • now came the rise of the modern education, with its claims of
    • an education of the modern style; and the two, —
    • Christianity and modern education, — now dwell together
    • Those theologists, — the modern theologists, — who
    • centuries, in the same old forms, but forms, which the modern
    • dishonesty, when modern theologians to-day try to explain this
    • modern times had no possibility, with an education such as they
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    • of yesterday as modern education. At this time there entered
    • split, which exists between what is the modern science of the
    • assumed by modern knowledge renders this impossible. And this
    • modern knowledge has become very thoroughly popularized, and
    • Christ. Ever more and more, as modern science attempted to
    • parochial clergyman. He goes through all the modern schooling;
    • uncompromising way at that split-in-two, to which all modernly
    • says: — Here we have a modern education. This modern
    • And now, stuck into the midst of this modern education which
    • of description, derived from modern scientific knowledge. And
    • way proposes to come to a real relation with modern scientific
    • modern education; and thereby arrives at a complete and
    • expression as this, where he says: Whatever a modern theologian
    • modern theologian calls true. That is pretty much his
    • He decides, moreover, that the whole of modern philosophy has
    • this aspect she then turned her eyes upon what modern tradition
    • and the modern creeds say about Christ-Jesus.
    • modern age; for then one would have offered these souls
    • world-conception of modern-times. And why? — Because
    • modern life through the instrumentality of Blavatsky, and what
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VI: The Two First Periods of the Anthroposophic Movement
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    • Besant, had very primitive notions of modern scientific method.
    • awakening an interest in genuine, modern spiritual science
    • it in a way necessary to defend one's position before modern
    • note of the fact, that a struggle with the modern scientific
    • two or three days ago as a special feature of modern education,
    • felt the authoritativeness of modern science, could not in the
    • least sounds the same as modern science, shouldn't be
    • were monster models of Atoms! They were made of wire, however,
    • — very complicated. One model in each case represented
    • the next model, which was again more complicated, represented
    • the atom as an etheric substance; and the third model, which
    • models such as these. It is a fact which I wish just to
    • pursuit of the Atom, and to whom modern science was after all a
    • modern age.
    • model example of how to fall into this sort of thing was Mrs.
    • of modern culture; in which, on the other hand, these homeless
    • honest picture of the course taken by the life of modern
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    • the spiritual movements of the modern age, as well as of the
    • tendencies underlying them, — modern spiritual movements,
    • modern science of the spirit, and pursued into their
    • birth who was connected with one of the modern branches of the
    • of the real conditions of life, the modern life of to-day seems
    • this condition of existence for any society what-ever in modern
    • modern society, and that these habits and customs of life have
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    • and see how Anthroposophy has grown up out of the whole modern
    • to this modern age. — Well, we have discussed all that.
    • language which this modern civilization has created in all
    • whole of modern natural science down to this day is suffering.
    • so the men of modern times, in so far as they can feel, in so
    • personality on the top-surface of the modern stream of
    • plainly to perceive the inner nerve of modern civilization.
    • life of our modern civilization. — If one traces back the
    • modern man, without any sort of spiritual motive leading him to
    • a stupendous fact. But what does he say to it? As a modern man
    • which is this: — The leading lights of modern science
    • abstract formula as something in which the modern man has to
    • Anthroposophists go forward as a model band that leads the way.
    • And they should lead the way as a model band, —
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    • to certain modern researches, he is considered to be a
    • forces of modern culture did not exist in the remote past. Such
    • Modern Astronomy) ‘describe a circular path’. This
    • viewed from the standpoint of modern cosmic ideas, is liable to
    • our modern physiology. For in the same way as the twenty-eight to
    • modern predominating interest in mysticism that many people find
    • Zarathustra, and enters to permeate and influence our modern
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    • intensified as modern external scientific research finds that it
    • modern scientific development, have been moved to express the
    • modern times overcome by a sense of such close relation to the
    • legends, not from the point of view of modern materialistic
    • step by step, to the birth of modern science. Thus it came about,
    • that knowledge attained through modern Egyptian research, if
    • had actual experience of a mode of vision differing from that
    • seem to modern man; and how mysterious are the sphinxes and all
    • that modern research drags forth from the depths of this ancient
    • [the three ultimate modes of consciousness], Feeling, Willing and
    • conclusions of the modern anatomist, nevertheless they portray
    • which were separately included. But modern Astronomy tells us
    • The grotesque and singular modes in which this concept ultimately
    • Science, bring it into conflict with the results of modern
    • acquainted with every basic form of modern architecture, and Dr.
    • light of modern external science upon one of those glorious
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    • stated that modern science is coming more and more to the
    • In these modern times there is not much sympathy
    • our modern direct, unprejudiced and intellectual method of
    • cosmic conception to the philosophic concept of modern times —
    • ourselves confronted with two modern currents of thought, each
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    • modern investigators in this field of research. The Riddle of
    • symbolical description according to the ancient mode, from which
    • last dim echo (touched with a modern trend of thought) of that
    • regarded from our modern stand-point, received its first impulse
    • modern science or of our analytical methods, but nevertheless
    • should be their attitude and mode of conduct. But humanity was
    • indeed the founder of a new and universal mode of intellectual
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    • seers. Viewed in the light of our modern times it is probable
    • Mysticism and Modern Thought.
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    • from the general mode of thought prevailing in our time are
    • the superficial mode so general in our time, we shall often find
    • especially difficult for mankind in these modern times to realize
    • Jesus-life-research. The results of this mode of thought and
    • and since this subject is the most modern of any with which we
    • achieved in modern times in this connection, will know that an
    • god. To put it plainly, we would say: — Modern scientific
    • of modern Spiritual Science, man has gained an understanding of
    • dependent upon an impulse born of certain modes and procedures,
    • occurrence; hence it can approach this sphere of modern
    • conception, which has been formed in modern times.
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    • foolishness by modern science, but it may be the kind of
    • modern astronomy, without whom our modern astronomy could
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    • brought ‘moderation’ into the life-organs,
    • and moderation if the second Christ Event had not
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    • Again, modestly, “as long as” is used.
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    • modest in the world, by abstaining from using the laws of the
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    • which is suited to a more modern human race.
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    • orientated towards the modern social movement. When within the
    • midst of a discussion, standing within the will of a modern
    • actual foundation for the modern-day proletarian movement does
    • modern proletarian movement is, perhaps like no other similar
    • in the souls of the modern proletarian worker. From this I came
    • leading intellectuals — has learnt to know the modern worker's
    • alone based on a purely scientific thought as this modern
    • already indicated it — what the modern proletarian expresses
    • Many people have fiercely shown how this modern proletarian
    • development of modern technology in particular, through the
    • development of the modern nature of machines, actually created
    • the proletariat in the modern sense; how through even the
    • this modern proletarian movement. Certainly, it is important
    • revolution of the new age the modern social movement could not
    • the modern proletariat. Those who are familiar with a spiritual
    • is far more connected to the deepest lifetime habits of modern
    • the totally impersonal mechanism of modern capitalism, it was
    • side by the power of machines and on the other side into modern
    • modern history's evolution was actually a dawning, a
    • revolutionarily and drawn into the modern consciousness, the
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    • indications of truths in the following lectures. In modern
    • life, or it could be called the modern social organism, quite a
    • characteristic of modern life, through technology, through the
    • observe this modern technology and modern capitalism as they
    • to the fore in modern times can be expressed as follows:
    • economic life supported by technology and modern capitalism
    • into the modern community. Besides this claim for human
    • controls the rest of life through modern technology in modern
    • Even as true as it is that modern technology and modern
    • capitalism have given a stamp to our modern community life, it
    • Economic life has in our modern time taken on particular forms.
    • modestly calculated, is three hundred times less. The work
    • belief that modern technology and ancient thinking habits in
    • modern times are the economic forces and processes necessary,
    • Modern life has unfortunately turned away from considering
    • instinct, out of an erroneous instinct however, modern social
    • class, but based on the powers actually developing in modern
    • obvious form modern life has taken on through technology and
    • modern socialist is certainly legitimate as a desire; what they
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    • many, will stand out, that the modern Proletarian, considered
    • has taken on, that the actual impulse of this modern
    • exploring insightful representatives of the modern proletarian
    • bring a solution to the modern social order which enables it to
    • representing their opinion; the modern proletariat must impress
    • does this modern proletarian point of view actually mean within
    • modern proletariat with their opportunities in life, with their
    • in the modern social order and how they feel within themselves,
    • this modern proletarian experience themselves as the criticism
    • of modern technology, capitalism and the economic order.’ This
    • themselves. It is a criticism. That the modern proletarians
    • in the modern economic order.
    • Because this is so the souls of these modern proletarians were
    • impulse out of the life of the modern proletariat: the teaching
    • accepted such a scientific theory as happened with the modern
    • millions upon millions of the modern proletarians were gripped
    • the modern bourgeois social and economic order and it relates
    • proletarian what the criticism of the modern technical
    • the modern proletarian introduced through Marxism. This
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    • shifting modern humanity radically away from the situation of
    • with all their interests as modern time came along, are linked
    • consciously from the old instinctive social life to the modern
    • modern economic life became ever more complicated which through
    • Proletarians. Now with the awakening in newer times the modern
    • because modern humanity, even though they consider themselves
    • the modern social question has developed, indicating that the
    • life of the modern Proletariat shows, particularly for himself,
    • a single economy as is the ideal of many modern socialists.
    • real crossing point, I would say, of the modern social question
    • demand of the modern Proletarians: disrobing the power of human
    • whatever similar by the state, which in the modern development
    • there are tendencies in modern life also which are not judged
    • of the state. If you look into modern relationships then you
    • modern life, to a higher degree than it had been in olden times
    • Certainly the intervention of the modern state was necessary to
    • which suited them no longer. Out of modern life itself an
    • takes a certain direction in more modern technology and
    • I've explained by saying: ‘Yes, this is only a more modern
    • to move from one to the other, not even when, as in modern
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    • could call, the unconscious part of modern humanity. It is only
    • What has arisen out of the modern capitalist economic life has
    • soul of those people touched in their real nature by the modern
    • view sent roots and spread into human impulses as the modern
    • living in the soul has not come through the modern scientific
    • machine of the modern economic order. Here was no kind of
    • side of human beings, who didn't invent the modern machine age,
    • the same historic time: the result was the modern scientific
    • can be a materialistic thinker in modern times, can call him or
    • contained. The modern Proletarian, she believed, originated not
    • has been incorporated into the development of the modern
    • stressed that modern humanity believe that what we call the
    • the modern social question, that one considers the spiritual
    • bourgeois classes found in the developing modern state. They
    • our modern state, rejected the bourgeoisie earlier and
    • modern social movement makes it particularly clear that the
    • from their modern state. While much has been taken out of the
    • This struck most deeply into the minds of the modern
    • you stand in the more modern economic process as goods.
    • Through this we come to the true form of the second modern
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    • What Significance Does Work Have for the Modern Proletarian?
    • “What Significance Does Work Have for the Modern
    • of the entire development of modern times and out of the last
    • direction in our modern civilization. However, modern
    • soul sensitivities had to let the call be heard: ‘Does modern
    • been condemned by modern civilisation?’ — So, modern
    • they feel comfortable or at least feel satisfied in modern
    • the foundation for this modern civilization, to be able to
    • the course of modern economic life brought the economic life as
    • far as they could, into a connection with the modern state. The
    • modern Proletariat could to a certain extent not be excluded
    • from the modern state through the influences of recent times.
    • trade unions the modern working community within the economic
    • these directions, today the modern Proletariat is not less
    • social situation, should form the base for this modern
    • came about which was more important than the modern
    • economic life, because the modern life of the Proletarian was
    • for the modern Proletariat, for as long as possible. Only when
    • That the work of the modern Proletariat was achieved, I would
    • long ago, but superficially regarded the modern proletarian
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    • cultural life of modern times has had particular and serious
    • departments of modern life have suffered very gravely
    • spite of all the advances of modern science.
    • modern chemistry as one of the elements (oxygen, etc.) and when
    • the modern physicist observes is the fact that on rainy days
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    • given area. But modern views can give no further details, nor
    • Jupiter, in the plum you are eating Saturn. If modern man were
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    • part they play in the workings of the Universe. The modern
    • knowledge which modern chemistry has of these substances
    • beings in modern times, has fallen from a very aristocratic
    • our modern chemistry refers to by the same names. Our
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    • sees the attitude adopted by modern science which maintains
    • meeting-ground whatsoever with modern science on all the most
    • insight into the mode of activity of substances, and forces,
    • existence. Modern science simply has not found the way to
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    • tree and encloses it. It is only natural, in modern times, when
    • the achievements in all the different spheres of modem life,
    • are the outcome of the modern materialistic conception of
    • outlook of modern times, the practice has come into favour of
    • model which some creator of plants must have had before him
    • Modern methods of improving manure, however surprising they may
    • modern physiology and physiological chemistry, and yet one may
    • expounding. I know very well that the hard-boiled modern
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    • modem doctors go on using certain traditional remedies without
    • is what often happens and especially with the modern
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    • series down to modern philosophical opinions; put
    • use it for his warlike deeds. Modern ideas now consider these
    • their mode of active trading and working.
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    • population of which modern history tells but little. Century
    • Temperance or “Moderation” that is, the opposite of
    • Bravery; and Moderation or Temperance, the curbing of the
    • wisdom, moderation or temperance and justice, have been
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    • Moderation was still instinctive. Plato and Aristotle called it
    • Temperance, or Moderation, is the virtue which enables
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    • cosmogony in real life. Our mode of conception is not, in the
    • has come in with the more modern forms of religious faith,
    • possibility of arriving once more at a mode of conception which
    • conclusion that the temperament, the mode of thought for an
    • modelled on the Roman pattern.
    • concepts have crept into our modern civilisation; they
    • Romans, nor in a sense of the Earth, as with men of modern
    • modern times cannot live instinctively; he must live
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    • times are entirely dependent on the modern system of thought.
    • see, my dear friends, the progress of modern civilisation has
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    • own modern times, the thing has a basis of truth in it. Amongst
    • the events which ushered in this modern age we have to note
    • was accomplished at the beginning of the modern age, and which
    • spiritual transition at the beginning of the modern age —
    • modern period of historical development, we can but say: A
    • considerable rapidity at this time, when the modem age was
    • metamorphosis which went on under modern historic evolution,
    • particular isolated facts of modern history when we glance back
    • a thing of this sort to the modern man, he finds a certain
    • modem man, from his own special mode of consciousness, thinks
    • that modern rulers, who are not initiates, also do a great many
    • — so now the man of the economic type of modem times was
    • beginning of the modern age, by the economic type of man. One
    • modern man thinks of the ancient Egyptian as being perhaps
    • to-day; but in the general constitution of his soul, the modem
    • hitherto held them. That is what the modern socialist says: We
    • the new modern age; they did it, and threw a haze over
    • a spiritual one. And for this, modern mankind must first of all
    • to the top in modem times, who have had but a short life in the
    • really the best in this modem age have remained below, and
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    • fact that, as regards the evolution of modern civilisation, the
    • modern humanity the intellect is separated from outer
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    • But in modern times what is called impressionism
    • with the world view of modern idealism and spiritualism, you will find
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    • according to the methods and teachings of modem anatomy and physiology,
    • great deal from the most modem anatomy and physiology to provide further
    • methods of modem spiritual science. For this reason, I have given the
    • for knowledge of the spirit though not yet with the methods of modem
    • Thus, you see most modern sciences consist
    • style will be appreciated. It is the beginning of a special mode of
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    • word a microcosm. Modern science is completely ignorant of these things;
    • really thinking, as modern materialism does. If you seek the Jakim pillar
    • in all modesty that he did not come to us; and we can get an idea of
    • seemed to me the expression of a modern intellectual movement and
    • and Besant, but based on modem spiritual life, which is independent
    • expansion of the modern striving for a world view to an actual observation
    • but to continue the striving that began with modern philosophy but
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    • evolution our physical body has only been remodeled, transformed, and
    • in a different situation than a modern physician, for example.
    • a model who suffered from consumption.
    • a consumptive model, namely, Simonetta, who died at the age of twenty-three.
    • the artists in ancient Greece did not work with their models as modem
    • a model; we need to look at a real bird, and then we reproduce it in
    • It is with good reason that modem humanity
    • and not from looking at a model, how he had to position the legs, the
    • to draw a bird in flight. In modem pictures, birds hover; they do not
    • the way modem, materialistic Darwinists do and begin with imperfect
    • do. Modern Japanese still see more correctly in the Greek sense —
    • real, nothing vital. He simply wanted to make allowances for the modem
    • as in modem life in general. They are particularly numerous in the so-called
    • should be taken. We can introduce spiritual science into modem culture
    • may be said in all modesty — what we are trying to do thoroughly,
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    • end to which materialism has brought modern civilization. Starting
    • luciferic and fall prey to an ahrimanic view of history. The modem view
    • That is roughly what the modem definitions
    • a world view. Yet, our modem time is largely without spirituality, without
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    • have had modern dress on stage there. Then several women made such dresses
    • You need only look at our modern age to see
    • is now a modem newspaper. The article was written by Dr. F. Oppenheimer,
    • their Koran believe much more about Jesus than many modem pastors do.
    • superficiality of modem everyday life, which is really nothing else
    • into a spiritual scientific development that has influenced modern thinking
    • modem thinking go back to the beginning of the fifth post-Atlantean
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    • did not have our modem concepts but thought in images and expressed
    • this matter in European concepts. Besides, the conceptions of modem
    • in pictures only, we would be going against modem European culture,
    • of our modem culture.
    • of modem history. These two individuals, James I and Francisco Suarez,
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    • dear friends, it is the present modern view which makes one
    • is not a question of their falsity, but of modern humanity
    • modern views of humanity, and which it cannot see through.
    • to-day, because of his modern nature, although at one time it
    • God lives in those things. That is heresy to the modern
    • Confessions; and why? Why is it that the modern Confessions
    • it is really necessary for our modern social thinking that we
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    • teachings which have been slavishly borrowed from the modern
    • stone. Our modern humanity is tending not to desire
    • West, from those strivings which develop out of our modern
    • modern times, when the social riddles of life beat in strongly
    • decadence of his modem life. What is so urgently necessary is
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    • “existence before, prior to birth.” Modern
    • child, but modern science is unwilling to consider these
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    • retina, and then is transmitted into the brain. Modern science
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    • being. You cannot find this in any modern scientific book
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    • But nowhere in modern science do we find the right
    • in a manner appropriate for the modern age. Instead, on
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    • which the author distinguishes is the modern Western civilisation,
    • speak later. He considers our modern European civilisation from an
    • what one may call a devastating criticism of modern European
    • of view about the civilisation of modern Europe, and criticises, in
    • a purely negative way, all that our modern Europe has to offer.
    • resounds to us from Asia concerning our modern civilisation.
    • “Indeed, the modern
    • sharp criticism of what has arisen within modern human evolution as
    • ages. This modern civilisation is also rooted in the world of
    • modern technics, which has united itself with modern Natural
    • The personalities who stand at the starting point of our modern
    • mechanical perception of the heavens of modern times. From this
    • feeling of modesty — which are the four basic sentiments on
    • intellect, as the Modern European mechanistic culture does. The
    • it must be admitted, the modern European is absolutely lacking in
    • The modern European
    • He cannot do this, because he is the outcome of our modern
    • much such a modern as Goethe was placed, not of course in such a
    • On the contrary, those sins which cling to modern Europe
    • of modern Europe. That which stands behind the Asiatic criticism of
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    • lecture I pointed out to your how modern European civilisation
    • world of modern European civilisation, the world which forms the
    • have on this account always opposed the spread of modern natural
    • to enter the sphere with which modern natural science is concerned.
    • Modern human beings do not lose their self-consciousness, nor fall
    • Threshold which modern man must come to know — the
    • there a modern presentation, created directly out of the
    • foundations of modern civilisation have developed; and then with
    • within the decadent modern Western civilisation which still really
    • way that modern philosophy would find extremely uncomfortable
    • — ad more especially our modern Protestant Theologians. That
    • Threshold of the sphere in which modern mankind is actually now
    • and modern civilisation. Roman Catholic has, in course of time,
    • with modern Natural Science, with the modern world of concepts and
    • with what has still to come through Natural Science in our modern
    • 15th centuries. But after that came times in which modern Natural
    • the dead. For that which we grasp with our modern scientific ideas
    • upon modern humanity. Humanity has been set this task. When man
    • to travel across that dead field of modern science and carry into
    • of our modern civilisation are faced. Humanity must be conscious
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    • 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
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    • role in our modem epoch, that man, as he grows up, grows away
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    • modern science. If you look at a person and see a twisted nose
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    • given by modern science to the fact that he also possesses an
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    • I would like to call your attention to the fact that modern
    • into being; in modern centuries, the so-called civilized
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    • the point of time in modern spiritual evolution when we see the
    • outlines the great problem of a modern world-conception,
    • compatible with modern thinking — with the modern
    • intelligible to modern consciousness.
    • climbed a moderately high mountain in the vicinity of his
    • modern man, who lives only in the cultural life of our time,
    • modern mind. Thus we find that in his explanation of the
    • thoughts therein, then these modern minds must say to
    • That is quite alien to the modern mind.
    • like that which modern spiritual-science proclaims as its
    • transformations, or the growth of grass like a modern
    • modern world conception does not, perhaps, possess this
    • shall show, in contrast, what an entirely modern spirit
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    • that clever modern people should think that spiritual
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    • present nation, within modern humanity, but we realise that we have
    • even into our children through the introduction of modern science
    • understand how the Christ Impulse can flow through modern
    • was enriched. Modern literature has words of high praise for this
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    • modern age. It is abstract and formal, it crowds the human mind with
    • seems strange and far-fetched to the ears of a modern man who has not
    • conditions of modern social life it is not, generally speaking,
    • School of Chartres. To the modern student these writings seem
    • trivial words of modern speech, I will now describe what then
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    • were in a certain sense copies of the aura. As for modern fashions,
    • Mystery-teaching, while in the modern age of materialism it has been
    • night steal into the trees and rocks, so truly for modern man shall
    • A modern
    • learned through modern natural science, can enter this world of
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    • again, as I look back upon my Geometry teacher with his modest,
    • this fulfilment. The content of the soul is transplanted into modern
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    • powerfully into the spiritual world. Bacon's mode of thinking on the
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    • Modern
    • germ-cell of the mother-animal. Such is the effort of modern science:
    • classes on modern Synthetic Geometry, and when for the first time it
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    • say, when he is born, receives something like a model of his human
    • form. He gets this model from his forefathers; they give him the
    • model to take with him into life. Then, working on the model, he
    • completely immersed in modern culture — yet it is so. The first
    • are the products of heredity. They only serve him as the model, after
    • question may here arise: Why do we human beings need a model at all?
    • the modern man's way of thinking, it is no doubt an grotesquely
    • none the less be raised: Why does the human being need a model?
    • Ancient world-conceptions answered it in their way. Only in modern
    • comes down into the earthly conditions. He is dependent on the model,
    • he needs the model which we see growing in the first seven years of
    • human life. And, as he takes his direction from the model, it is but
    • natural if more or less of the model also remains about him in his
    • on the model, then he forgets — if I may put it so — what
    • model. Another human being, having stronger inner forces as a result
    • of former lives on earth, takes his direction less from the model;
    • seven years of life is simply the model from which he takes his
    • in what is pressed upon him by the model; then he remains quite
    • dependent on the model. Or else, in the first seven years, that which
    • is striving to change the model works its way through successfully.
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    • our own feelings, modern intellectualism conceives the superstitious
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    • he wrote in his book on fashions, [Mode und Zynismus.
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    • goes forward. In modern civilisation we speak of history as if it
    • illustrates in a magnificent way the blindness of the modern
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    • experienced. If we were to express it in