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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • as a human being. The course that the inner training takes is quite
    • everyone to a quite different extent from what was the case in
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • have a smaller brain than men. And quite truly it then happened that
    • gender and which is quite independent of them. If one looks
    • only in our time? Let us be quite clear about this.
    • the relation of man and woman in earlier times when quite different
    • the factory and there are quite different problems there than when
    • drawn from quite other sources, there could not be such a clamouring
    • quite clear about this difference that exists between human beings
    • nature. One must be quite clear what kind of difference exists
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • processes of the animal are quite similar to those of the human
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • individual of lower moral principles, the streams are quite different
    • morality has yet been spread by preaching. It is quite possible to
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • exercise can be quite useful in helping us to become less forgetful.
    • cultivated from early youth, it is, perhaps, not quite so useful in later
    • This is comparatively easy in writing and I am quite sure many people
    • quickly lead to vanity. Quite apart from the fact that it can be corrective
    • It is an excellent accomplishment to be able to do quite differently the
    • quite differently on occasion the things we do habitually. This does not
    • quite well do without. If you set out to examine yourself systematically in
    • In contrast, however, suppose that I stand alone and quite independently
    • disregarded in order that you may view him quite objectively.
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • It is one thing to say this; it is quite another to experience it. The
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Christ in quite a different way from before. For just as the Mystery
    • time to permeate it with consciousness. Quite unconsciously man learnt
    • in the Atlantean epoch. Quite unconsciously he took in the
    • It was not expressed quite clearly, but human evolution strove forward
    • Hegel says, in a form so apparently quite incomprehensible, can really
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • Lucifer and Ahriman, quite a different state would have existed as early
    • that impulse of will, while his thinking would have impelled him in quite
    • reiterated, I should say, expressing symbolically, of course, what is quite
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • quite other purposes as well. Methods of spiritual research are not
    • becoming something quite different. The same thing must happen to our
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • time for this process was summer. Thus, it is quite natural that
    • How would the American proceed? He would do something quite peculiar.
    • controversy. That is the spiritual truth and quite different from what
    • relationships behind ordinary life are often quite different from what
    • suffering, past and future, will bear fruit. I do hope that quite a
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • the fact that we can speak quite differently among ourselves, knowing
    • those who know one another within such groups is quite different from
    • The work carried out in brotherly harmony within our groups has quite
    • quite naturally meet each other as brothers and sisters.
    • “the Russian man,” is quite characteristic. Genius
    • many respects. But one idea predominates in him, not quite consciously
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • the Atlantean epoch, everything was quite different. Let us therefore call
    • was quite different. If someone harboured evil thoughts, his face completely
    • and hard. The animal forms are however quite hardened, so that their
    • transformable. Strong measures, quite different and far stronger
    • thou, O Muse ...”. These things should be taken quite seriously.
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • might quite properly inquire whether there is any reason, in the spiritual
    • seems quite reasonable to ask why something further should be required which
    • Yet anyone who is satisfied with the general terms of this quite correct
    • quite different from those of earlier times, inasmuch as they are based upon
    • I am quite aware that these ideas have undergone considerable change up to
    • one quite intelligible to the public, since it demands no further external
    • the universe quite different from the one offered in good faith by natural
    • Yet of course it must appeal to faculties of cognition which are quite
    • quite definite life of their own, distinguishable from all other ordinary
    • the earth, as earth, is quite different during the winter from what it is in
    • means of quite illogical hypotheses — to a fact which Spiritual Science
    • who denounce him as a visionary and quite unfamiliar with scientific thought.
    • representatives today announce quite distinctly how totally erroneous the
    • quite possible to be a distinguished individual and still make such a mistake.
    • It is quite true that those who observe no decrease in the amount of human
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • fifth Post-Atlantean age the mystery of death should be quite
    • action depends on quite other circumstances than on the inclination
    • approaching storm. They are merely the signs of quite other things
    • things). The second is this: men will understand one another quite
    • quite different way in which men are now related to speech and
    • this or that professor, saying, “Look, this is quite anthroposophical
    • one another internationally. Quite as a matter of course one sound
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • era, become quite explicable when one knows that the task of our era
    • social impulses are quite naturally opposed by anti-social impulses in
    • whether it is considered good or bad, since it is quite necessary. Be
    • quite concretely in the way described. People in some of the most
    • interest and credit, things are quite complicated; so that even
    • us against the anti-social which quite unconsciously and of necessity
    • And if we then look to the East, things are quite different again. We
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • — concerning which one may venture to say that even he was not quite
    • pointed gropingly to the spirit. But speaking quite objectively, it
    • time, so that he simply has to stop — that is quite outside their
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • out how much it weighs, for he may only eat a piece of meat of a quite
    • is quite obvious that they often say it these days. Yet these people who do
    • admit quite honestly to a particular conviction about reforming things.
    • thinking in quite a new way about man changing himself in his innermost
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • And now we come to the warmth-organism. It is of course quite in
    • nothing at all in the way of knowledge, that dreamless sleep is quite
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • counsel with yourself, however, you will find it quite possible to
    • ancient astronomy. This ancient astronomy was quite different from
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • nature of thought, will is present. It is essential to be quite clear
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • place open the earth quite beyond ordinary human ken.
    • Thus there are pointed out to us two quite definite, but widely
    • revealed. This ancient knowledge of the stars was something quite
    • different way in which at that time they were taught. It is quite a
    • alchemy will tell you that the Philosopher's Stone is quite unknown.
    • Stone is quite familiar to most human beings; they simply do not know
    • The facts are simply upon occasion quite different from the concepts
    • geometry with quite another soul-constitution than we have to-day,
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • self — were associated in the mind of man with quite strange, not to
    • men have had. In earlier times, quite another picture of the world
    • world could quite well be worked out for other spheres of knowledge.
    • that comes from the comprehension of self. Only quite gradually has
    • was quite unknown to the Stoic, for example, and other philosophers. A
    • beneath the Threshold. He thinks pictures, knowing, however, quite
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • activity, for there the world is playing into us. It would be quite
    • into these things — often they are quite simple people going about
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • is something quite different. We can get an idea of this by means of a
    • wisdom. And there was something of quite a dim consciousness connected
    • smaller and are all contained in the unit. Here we come to quite
    • develop his freedom only by pressing together quite indistinguishably
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • The child will quite naturally follow and be guided by what is said to
    • So far I have been describing quite simply, from an external
    • still quite recognizable. But with the seventh year — with the change
    • putting it is quite true to reality, though naturally it sounds
    • Thus we have now described in a quite concrete form how the human
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • In the presence of ugliness the Greek's feeling was quite different
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • my drawing is quite correct.
    • possible to provide quite a bit of strength to a second person, if
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • undertaken in such an attempt which are quite removed from what people
    • silica, or quartz. It makes quite a difference whether we prepare this
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • sleep, but even that is not quite true. When we look back in memory,
    • even move a single atom of it. Powers of quite another order are
    • earthly life in quite another way. They reflect nothing from cosmic
    • most part quite unconscious — which none the less play the greatest
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • enter a stream of evolution which is quite different from the one
    • realize his plans quite easily. Ahriman hopes for this always. One
    • quite impossible — for an innocent man to be condemned to death
    • entangled instinctively in quite another world-conception and could
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • value and that originally they must have existed in quite a different
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • have existed in quite a different form. One of these researchers
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • etc., quite as independently of the particular objective entity, as we
    • something quite different from it, namely to the real
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • thoughts then often work quite unconsciously within the soul. That
    • upon which the soul is working may seem to be quite remote, while in
    • these kingdoms are present in quite a different form. They are not
    • mentality. Modern man knows quite well that when a magnetic needle
    • being in the physical world is quite unfamiliar. He feels that what he
    • these are two quite different moments; for spiritual consciousness the
    • indications such as I have been giving seem to him quite remote, he
    • But this is not quite correct thinking. Where the spiritual world is
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • experienced more inwardly, the white brain matter does not move quite
    • lot may have happened, quite a lot, but I want to focus on one thing
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • This is quite acceptable. Then something is incorporated in these
    • the world of thought. At the most, in some arts which are not quite
    • Letters could not quite trust himself to reach the concrete
    • of earth; that is quite obvious. What sort of power, then, lives in
    • you set out to describe it. You can describe it quite correctly, and
    • it with a soul attuned quite differently from your state of mind when
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • live on in humanity in a way quite different from the way imagined by
    • enlightened spirit — and today it is quite impossible. If
    • quite different man from Schiller. Schiller had tremendous inner
    • of instinct. Schiller was the man of understanding, but not in quite
    • agitation! They would have found it quite natural to be questioned
    • something quite different, which can understand the preceding period
    • quite dark. The time before the middle of the nineteenth century
    • The Bible describes this quite truly. The spirits called the Elohim,
    • wisdom was quite correctly aware of these things, in an atavistic way.
    • system in man, represents a quite impersonal element, expressed in the
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • One thing is usually quite disregarded, my dear friends, in our time
    • objective world quite apart from what is in your consciousness, quite
    • from epoch to epoch. We today, for example, are quite unhappy if at
    • to be found, quite objectively, not merely through tradition or
    • treats history in such a way as to reckon quite positively with the
    • conditions of Man's life of soul were quite different.
    • yet it is quite possible to prove it from detailed facts.
    • words mean something quite different. They do not refer to the
    • They carry the sense they had for the alchemist. Certainly it is quite
    • read with an understanding quite different from the way in which we
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • it was quite natural that the Mysteries of that age should have been
    • quite clear from his famous conversation with Schiller. Schiller
    • passed away again with the setting Sun. Men have now quite lost the
    • revealed by the date and time of his birth. For these Sages knew quite
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • already show that this science is quite unaware of what they really
    • only the beginning). He may be quite an old man; he now becomes
    • seen with healthy human understanding. For he declared, quite
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • put ourselves into quite another life-condition. When this happens,
    • certainly quite unnecessary to begin to organize educational homes in
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • it bluntly, it is quite unjustifiable to speak in public in the style of
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • when he is quite close it appears that he is preparing to make
    • although the picture sequence has been quite different. What
    • quite different happens.
    • Inspirational consciousness, but let us make it quite clear
    • one has not slept quite in the ordinary way, but that something
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • were based on a quite different kind of knowledge from that of to-day,
    • mean can be described, quite in accordance with the intentions of the
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • only so, but research into these things has recently taken quite
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • quite another matter. Detailed evidence in support of this point would
    • with the word ‘Mysticism’ itself. Quite recently it happened that
    • be. It is quite natural that Wagner's stage characters should be
    • In old Atlantis, the atmosphere was quite different from the
    • But even nowadays it is quite easy to understand the real origin of
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • is usually not only scanty in the extreme but quite incapable of
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • be quite wrong; you must instead consider it from the standpoint
    • quite concretely that someone wishes to do a certain thing at a
    • familiar note in their souls. It is quite an indifferent matter
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • Ego, etc. This is quite correct, to begin with, for it is necessary
    • possess quite a considerable number of lecture-cycles, which are read
    • knows quite a lot about the structure of the skull and of the human
    • spontaneously within the bodies of mothers. This is quite
    • unable to see his activities. It is quite possible, to imagine this!
    • that things that gradually develop in a physical way must arise quite
    • which, the higher Spirits work, becomes quite small, it grows smaller
    • say: “Of what use is it to know all these things? We can quite
    • well do without this knowledge. Indeed, we can live quite comfortably
    • is contained in the belief that we can quite well do without this
    • quite a decent life without having a knowledge of the spiritual
    • (his standpoint is quite an indifferent matter; it is all the same
    • something quite new, he does this because the ancient spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • of Christendom is quite different. I once said that by its very
    • underlying the Greek Temple. The Church of Christendom is quite
    • explanation of Solomon's Temple upon it would be speaking quite
    • quite apart from the outside appearance of the building. The exterior
    • approach the subject from quite a different angle and point of view.
    • quite true that efforts are made to interpret sagas, legends, and
    • and absorb such a book and then try to be clever, explaining it quite
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • in all likelihood find the things on Earth quite unintelligible. Yet
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • altogether. We need to look round for quite other methods to describe
    • a trace! And yet people are immensely pleased, quite enchanted with
    • language-forming power. A quite new kind will begin to work. I have
    • quite well have gone on to a recognition of the great miracle that
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • certain point of view this was quite right. In times when the Old
    • course, quite inadequate, but no other words are available.) The life
    • significance of these things in the present age becomes quite
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • for a law — quite unaware that whatever is not in order comes
    • men quite differently.
    • the real longings are frequently satisfied today by quite erroneous
    • The psychoanalyst divines quite well that that which has been removed
    • from the realm of the dead. Here we are led to quite a different way
    • quite a different order, even in a different rotation than the
    • possible quite consciously to connect oneself with men long dead and
    • Experience in the spiritual world is in fact quite different in kind.
    • conditions of ideation are quite different; even within your
    • thinking the conditions are quite different.
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • was quite clear that they had not created him, what in general one
    • It is, of course, quite unthinkable that one would find the same
    • able to do was, for the Greeks, quite a respectable amount, but they
    • Zeus-concept was fastened. Now the Greek, even the quite ordinary
    • Greek was quite clear: I do not, as it were, venerate this ancestor,
    • Greek had a quite unsentimental concept of his Gods. It would
    • somewhat, one must add detail when one wants to be quite clear), “We
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • point to a quite definite heavenly constellation, which the Magi
    • myth looked back to quite definite star-constellations. They have
    • were quite different from what they were later. And this too was
    • abstractions — not immediately to the quite empty
    • with quite different conditions of soul. Certain Brotherhoods of
    • more inwardly lying forces, I am connected with something quite
    • what in older times could be thought of in quite different
    • the fact that the sexual problem is proclaimed in quite a special
    • what has been written about it, quite immensely clever, the way
    • could write quite clever articles over the most everyday words
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • another Osiris-Isis myth, quite another one. And in the relation of
    • the ancient Isis must take on quite a different form.
    • the figure became alive and said quite facetiously: Humanity has only
    • this way one can be very learned. So one can, with quite arbitrary
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • quite a wrong interpretation. As the priests transformed the
    • moon. Since the forces of the moon work in quite a special way
    • to the world brought him thoughts. Head-knowing is quite
    • quite a different formulation, in fact in a reasonable formulation!
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • have been capable of development in a way quite different from what
    • and from our time onward quite specially significant. For as regards
    • yet there must have been something not quite in accord.
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • on earth. One must regard man quite differently.
    • thing: it appears in life quite clearly. The head is the instrument
    • through a quite different development from the rest of the organism.
    • head in a child is relatively already quite finished, it develops
    • quite exactly — can cause the experience, I say the experience,
    • then one is a quite clever person, academically quite clever. But in
    • It is not quite easy to
    • cannot yet quite understand. The comprehensions of the dead and the
    • then it will know too that the head obeys quite other cosmic laws
    • becomes something quite different. There is something in me as man
    • Christ-Jesus. On the other hand there is the quite delightful, really
    • either execrable, if it remains as it is, or it is something quite
    • life, it has to bring something quite foreign into the social common
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • that the head is not merely given us quite passively but that we make
    • the case of a woman who was quite small, he discovered that she
    • upon such things from quite a different side. One comes to such
    • and so on. In this case, to be quite just, it must be owned that
    • on earth were quite different during the age of this Atlantean
    • man was constituted in quite a different way from the man of
    • there still existed original wisdom preserved from quite ancient
    • — so to speak — quite wonderful. I have already
    • sifted to the last vestige of spirituality. It belonged to the quite
    • seeing solely the quite ‘sieved’ concepts and can of its
    • the standpoint of a quite particular ingeniousness in such an unclear
    • Mongols, and you will always find that they were quite definite
    • today in a quite particular period of development; they cannot
    • an impure mixture between the head-experience, which is really quite
    • That leads into quite
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • The ego on its way between death and a new birth develops quite
    • not be used by the modern human being. Quite the contrary, meditation
    • not sit quite solidly within their bodies, how they consequently try
    • already quite abstract form, which has of course appeared gradually
    • Goetheanum.)] Quite apart from the fact that these are attacks on
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • Of the development of these three faculties people have usually quite
    • conception; it is, however, quite incorrect.
    • will quite surely come, — or again the illness, the misfortune,
    • grief, although we may perceive quite clearly what is right.
    • It is quite possible for a man to deny the spiritual and moral world
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • that in order really to know something about the nature of man, quite
    • back to an age when human beings were quite differently constituted
    • must make our ideas plastic and form quite a different conception of
    • mere intellectualism. The whole process is quite evident: The
    • search for objectivity than he is to-day. We can see quite clearly
    • When the human soul is constituted in this way, it is quite
    • the thought of Greece was quite different from his attitude to the
    • which we to-day regard as something quite independent of speech
    • quite foreign to the Western mind and which, as soon as we attempt to
    • express it in a word, is no longer quite the same. Something has
    • number and weight. Only when we picture this process quite clearly
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • but enters the soul as something quite new. The point of importance
    • But one point must be quite clear. In this Imaginative Thinking we
    • It is well-nigh incomprehensible to me that again, quite recently,
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • the world in a manner which was, at that time, quite incontestable.
    • was, on the one hand, quite natural to apply the intellectual
    • Czolbe we may see this quite clearly, the real sensualists and
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • colleague, therefore, had implicitly within him quite a number of
    • neck-ties for quite a long time, and not at all stupidly ... and this
    • entirely different direction. But a living logic is something quite
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • real event of recent times, experienced by quite a number of our
    • our time, will find that this is quite an insane idea. Spiritual
    • I have described to you. Quite apart from what takes place with the
    • is quite indifferent what name we give to this central figure,
    • forehead of this second Being recedes and is quite undeveloped.
    • sends out forces that fetter Ahriman. Yet it would be quite wrong to
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • conceit it would be quite pathetic to hear such people talk about
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • something quite different from that which constitutes our modern
    • of waking up, was really quite different in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • this. We must be quite clear that when the modern civilisation arose,
    • this was quite natural. And now observe a Russian icon; it is not in
    • (which is quite true, as far as an altogether external form of
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • the body is behind it. We must learn to perceive quite differently.
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • I said: It is quite obvious first of all that it is not only a
    • quite independently of the Anthroposophical Movement, to a number of
    • this being made quite clear to the world; to individuals who wished
    • attack justifiable, points such as these must be made quite clear,
    • place in the right way. In the human organism it is quite
    • regard to important matters we should state quite clearly how the
    • I am quite sure that the very excellent and outstanding individuals
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite wrong. We should
    • off our astral body, we are quite free of all that pertains to the
    • organs only when they are not quite in order; we are then to some
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • be a quite unthinking person to say, “I feel my humanity alien
    • but I feel quite at home with the knowledge they produced.” The
    • from super-sensible worlds is something that comes about quite of
    • will's impotence, take wing quite easily when one sits in a circle
    • quite unthinkable just a short while ago, before civilization reached
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • are not quite united among themselves. For then there occurs what overwhelms
    • share the belief in them has had in the decline of our culture, it is quite
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • earth; out of it a quite definite plant will arise. From a grain of
    • see then that man's etheric body is something quite different from a
    • with physical life vanishes in Kamaloca, these events appear in quite
    • images that he is always thinking about. This is something quite
    • be taken quite objectively — to be able to forget insults and
    • injuries done to him, then quite a different impulse will work in
    • impulse work on him in quite a different way. You need not
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • know anything about the nature of blood. That would be quite
    • physically we have to look for something quite different in the
    • an extent that we have to admit it is something quite different; and
    • area where it ought to support the movement of the heart. It is quite
    • treatment. We need quite a different basis, for spiritual knowledge
    • national character and therefore take quite different forms. Thus for
    • the West [Europeans, they are quite wrong about it where the East
    • European population is concerned, because it has quite a different
    • whilst they really belong to quite a different field. Above all we
    • of the etheric body, have quite definite relationships with one
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    • this fructification took place in quite a different way. Clairvoyant
    • only at quite definite times. This depended on the changes that took
    • at quite definite times.
    • surroundings. At a quite definite time in his life, which would
    • make this quite clear I would like to tell you something that you may
    • in their more delicate aspects, are subject to quite different causes
    • were eating — an activity quite different from what it is today
    • — and quite different, too, was the time when the forces of
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    • fact that pneumonia shows something quite remarkable that is
    • quite literally, namely that your ego never stays the same for the
    • at one particular time alternating as it were with quite different
    • feelings. You could perceive quite different shades of feeling in the
    • quite definite rhythm takes place in the course of the four times
    • however, does not bring us to the end of the matter. Quite definite
    • experienced quite different shades of mood in the course of seven
    • and group ego — have a quite different relationship to one
    • have quite different rhythms in their etheric and astral bodies. In
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    • existence at quite different times. The rudimentary beginnings of
    • course such a thing was quite impossible then, because it was a
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    • and there he is. As far as the external situation goes, we can quite
    • a person capable. We shall then come to think of illness in quite a
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    • individuality's work on the organism before birth, that is quite
    • nephesh. And in the Bible it is stated quite correctly: And God
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    • conditions are quite different. But even today it is still to a
    • with the separation of sun and moon. This, however, led to a quite
    • fact the European peoples had not as yet quite descended into their
    • speak; on the contrary they have given us quite specific impulses for
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    • of his life, up to the change of teeth, man develops in quite a
    • animals. In these lower animals the astral body has quite evidently
    • development are quite different from those of the single animal here
    • standing together gives him. It is something quite different, and it
    • of joy that is something quite new. Man experiences a number of
    • with the objective facts. They depend on quite different things, even
    • front of the picture, he would see something quite different in it;
    • changing. People thought and felt quite differently five thousand
    • enriching leaven which ensures that something quite new will be there
    • not also have turned out to be quite a good Turk? Here you have an
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    • activity when the spirit is not speaking. And quite certainly no
    • sociable beings in the Venus-sphere, quite irrespective of the creed
    • be quite unable to find one another.
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    • human being expands, quite literally expands, into all the planetary
    • the true conception of Christianity. It would be quite false to
    • another, quite different understanding of which men today cannot even
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    • about the cancellation your attitude of mind would be quite different
    • where the laws operating as karmic laws are quite different. If we
    • certain dreams which are often quite inexplicable, in which certain
    • quite clear that wherever we are placed in life we are faced
    • devise an instrument quite different from our watches for measuring
    • time. Similarly it is possible to conceive of a body — quite
    • wheels. It is quite conceivable that if, instead of living on the
    • to a quite different planetary existence. The particular formation of
    • goods that were not remedial herbs but quite useful in life! This
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    • his being but is something quite different. In the life between death
    • simple; and that is quite comprehensible because usually we describe
    • quite different matter from ordinary sleep at night. What I have now
    • quite rightly from a certain standpoint — that the Ego and
    • standpoint the statement is quite correct — that man leaves his
    • will be quite a number of individuals who when they look at a
    • — was quite beyond the men of that earlier epoch. They lived
    • we do today. It would be quite erroneous to imagine that when a
    • epoch — in a quite different way. They knew about the secrets
    • consciousness which ours today is quite unable to experience.
    • they were quite conscious of being related to these worlds. If
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    • been quite unable to cope with the demands that would be made of
    • Earth has changed and that his experiences are quite different. In
    • Earth through birth we find quite different conditions of existence.
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    • quite differently in each case. Contrast between the head and the
    • to be quite without significance. But for one who is intent upon
    • organs of the human being quite differently in each case — the
    • clairvoyant were, for example, to hold his hands quite still in a
    • life between birth and death man is quite unaware of the forces which
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    • a quite different dimension because the spirits become more and more
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    • during sleep we see something quite different. We see nothing of what
    • or conception. The conditions of central importance here are quite
    • and the whole line of ancestors. Quite an otherwise attractive little
    • quite correct. But someone else may turn up and say: This man is
    • the same way, natural science is quite correct when it says that a
    • it quite exactly — the transition is from something connected
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    • only after death. That, quite literally, was what the man said. As I
    • the dead person wants something; and in this case it was quite
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    • the inner standpoint of the soul, it will be quite clear to you that
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    • therefore try to enter quite historically into the endeavours that
    • approached the human soul in a quite new way. But if then, after
    • concerning the Mystery of Golgotha. One can leave that quite out of
    • as though he were standing quite alone with it. And then only one
    • through it one has not relied on any kind of tradition, but has quite
    • Kant-Laplace theory of a cosmic nebula, of something quite material.
    • time, with its quite crude and primitive concepts, and on the other
    • the present day, are we not looking at something quite strange? Are
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    • conception in the flesh, but they could not quite see how to bring
    • that external documents provide, we come upon something quite extraordinary,
    • where anything of a spiritual nature is concerned. Until quite recent
    • It is quite certain that the third post-Atlantean epoch, if Christ
    • And so two quite different developments can be traced.
    • would have fallen quite under the sway of the elemental spirits;
    • remarkable but quite exoteric way; and this, if one examines it from
    • Earth. Naturally one can understand Paul quite well in a theological,
    • science. One can understand Paul quite well, if one wants to
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    • quite simple matter for these human souls to come down from their
    • acquired a quite peculiar character. The forces which provide for
    • of this is apparent — even quite exoterically — in Greek
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    • Christ-event, but it came from quite another side. And this fourth
    • creation of man is spoken of quite differently, with the emphasis on
    • Daniel, Joel, Jonah and Zechariah. If we do this quite impartially,
    • even when things turn out quite differently from what has been
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    • I had quite understood something you all know from the Parsifal saga
    • him in great suffering and with dream-like visions of a quite
    • shines forth in radiance from the Grail.” But Parsifal, quite
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    • Ruler of Earth-history, and we have a form which is quite as valid as
    • achieved. I could quite as well have called it “Concerning the
    • may in fact be about something quite different
    • outshone the other lights? Ought we to expect — quite contrary
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    • them in the laws of our personal destiny, that is to say, quite
    • for a public still quite unacquainted with Spiritual Science.
    • modern man. Thought lived in Socrates, Plato, even in Aristotle quite
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    • peoples of a remote past — to men whose nature was quite
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    • new birth, and so forth. But it is quite possible to speak, not only
    • human soul-life was exactly the same as now. This is quite wrong. The
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    • something that cannot quite be called memory — for it is far
    • spiritual world; if you know yourself quite definitely as a member in
    • are now calling the world-of-soul are quite differently related to
    • conditions, quite definite conditions, of intercourse with such
    • which arise through earthly life) — all this acquires quite
    • Now it would be quite
    • obliged to look at these things from quite another point of view.
    • but he sees something else as well. One who is dead has quite another
    • way of judging people. He sees them quite differently. As to the way
    • observe quite clearly, in such a case, the part which Ahriman is
    • judgement of people is quite eliminated for the dead. We see this or
    • here living were pursuing another human being with a quite special
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    • way; nevertheless the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite
    • astral body, we are quite free of all that pertains to the earth and
    • We can feel our organs only when they are not quite in
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    • death; so that in our work we quite certainly do not lose those souls
    • come nearer — indeed, it had come quite close. This creeping
    • existence goes along quite another path than does the picture which
    • or not. Such a connection is quite imaginary, when we look at
    • these events — to quite the opposite kind of thoughts of
    • it quite clear to us, that those who leave their physical body at an
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    • several Folk-souls of humanity, should for once be spoken of quite
    • the Alps and Jura, and it would be quite clear to him, that this does
    • living in the mountains of Switzerland. It is something quite
    • strange what we are about to say may sound, it will be made quite
    • to-day, the Spirit of the Age is something quite abstract, without
    • evolution of other quite different beings.
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    • can see with his eyes; but to clairvoyant consciousness it is quite
    • aura of that special part of the earth. This etheric aura is quite
    • of the egos of these beings. Now in order to form quite a concrete
    • a much stronger, more powerful manner. We must once for all be quite
    • quite different attributes. Whereas the Folk-spirits work into human
    • We must accustom ourselves to quite different ideas. Man
    • naturally quite wrong to look upon the fact of these high Beings
    • or under other laws. Personalities grow forth from quite definite
    • influence in any particular way, a quite definite physical
    • work within man and produce a certain kind of thought, a quite
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    • appear in the intellectual-soul or mind-soul, and only becomes quite
    • quite different, essentially different from the three modifications
    • will not be quite easy but we must endeavor to cross this rubicon.
    • perceive quite clearly that such things come into the human
    • the intellectual-soul and spiritual-soul, it would then be quite as
    • data for the Archangels is quite different. What is data for man is
    • Personality, — because the latter are pursuing quite different
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    • woven out of many and various forms. It must be quite clear to us,
    • condition as a physical being and would have to go through quite
    • to-day up to his twentieth year would have quite a different
    • appearance, quite a different form. Everything would have happened
    • quite differently, so that all that is connected with the present
    • earth during the middle part, and had therefore become quite a
    • high tableland. The respiration is quite different in the plain from
    • but in doing so we must be quite clear, that when our present fifth
    • but which through rejuvenation have become quite different. Thus in
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    • to a person from what we must now describe quite objectively. As long
    • sees something quite different in this stony substance. What is that
    • would not be sufficient for this; they would produce something quite
    • been expressed in quite a special way by means of a geometrical
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    • lecture can only be made when one takes a quite definite period in
    • humanity, a quite special arrangement was necessary in the cosmos. If
    • from an occult standpoint, quite correct in describing what appears
    • of the Earth, again only holds good for a quite definite epoch of
    • were guided in quite a definite way from the original centre, and
    • work in it in quite a definite way, viz., they are there able to work
    • is still something quite special. Just as the six Elohim from the Sun
    • quite special importance to the Semitic Hebrew people, and why the
    • Greeks, who were quite specially and consciously under the influence
    • tendency within the racial character. Through this they get quite
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    • people had received a mission which was really of quite special
    • The objective language of facts often leads to quite
    • who is only at quite an elementary stage.
    • were at the same time given quite different tendencies, tendencies
    • that end several things are necessary. It is necessary that in quite
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    • nevertheless something quite unique. It is true that a very
    • mistake, for a person of quite different character might be wearing
    • Age were all quite different from one another in the ages that are
    • nature are not yet differentiated, and men are as yet quite spiritual
    • Beings, who, however, came from quite another quarter than those we
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    • Now it was explained in our last lecture, quite in
    • another, and yet come from quite different causes. External facts may
    • case might have been quite different. The man might have had a stroke
    • that is quite correct, just as the case of the wolf is quite correct
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    • received quite different tasks — then had the task of educating
    • mission, we see quite a different aspect of this same mission in the
    • Sentient Soul, had to develop in quite a different way. Hence that
    • completely different side. It will therefore seem quite
    • forward in quite a curious way, through the medium of their advance
    • guards, that which in spirit is quite different from any mythology.
    • quite different. That which it offers appears to us in such a way
    • must think of in quite a different shade of feeling, connected more
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    • In this figure of Freyr is expressed in quite a
    • something quite particularly belonging to him; it is the alternation
    • unreservedly be done, quite regardless of whether this is sympathetic
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    • It will be quite possible for the
    • emphatically part of human evolution upon the earth, and it is quite well known
    • A form of knowledge must develop which produces quite a
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    • mission of spiritual science itself. It may be quite easy to understand
    • quite a different method of thought. It is necessary to realise what it
    • science has something to do with the ancient Gnosis quite ignores the
    • nature must investigate quite differently from the latter. It must find
    • quite intelligible on this point, I must indicate, if only in a few
    • development of the will, something of quite a different kind results
    • knows quite well that the dead are living in a sphere in which the
    • through spiritual science cannot be fully perceived, becomes quite, I
    • Bible to say, “I think the existence of America is quite in
    • Thus it is a matter of course that it is necessary to live quite in the
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    • dreams but somewhat resembling them. Whereas we know quite well that
    • into this quite different attitude of soul. I will put it in the
    • tenth month, and January and February quite obviously belong to the
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    • this Moses diffuse the sense of human power that we are quite ready
    • to accept in it something which is quite unrealistic. The statue as
    • these extraordinary horns; and we are quite prepared to believe in
    • Moses might quite easily get up and proceed further: for he exists
    • different means. While he was still quite young, in 1498,
    • Greeks something quite alien to them had entered in. The natural life
    • phase and puts himself quite realistically in the same space in which
    • Angels with trumpets emerge quite naturally, so also do the souls of
    • quite naturally the space within which a congregation of believers
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    • misunderstand it. These things are a quite inevitable accompaniment
    • — something. That is a turn of phrase which comes quite
    • to-day, but he was quite differently related to something that comes
    • belonging to the Rhine is quite adequately designated by the
    • we can look into men's souls, that their relation to speech was quite
    • responded in a quite different way to the experiences then available
    • these nationalities had quite different relations with one another,
    • and in establishing these relations they were prompted by quite
    • indicated, it will be quite evident that this modern age of ours
    • that is of course quite obvious.
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    • were incarnated somewhere quite different, under entirely different
    • incarnated who in earlier incarnations lived in quite different
    • It is, of course, quite true that most people fight shy of taking the
    • previous occasions are quite correct but for reasons which will be
    • quite obvious to you, it is only possible to deal adequately with a
    • It is quite useless today to dabble superficially in the idea of
    • another to a different region and it is finally quite obvious that
    • America are quite unconscious of it, what they are really trying to
    • Be quite clear on one point, my dear friends. The vast majority of
    • they are given at school. It is quite obvious that human beings today
    • We may as well realize at once that in most cases it is quite
    • the abstract they may understand quite well. All the same, it
    • idea in the abstract, it is quite possible to throw light on history
    • reincarnation — will be quite different, simply because their
    • whether it can ever be a conscious experience — that is quite
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    • Now someone might come along and say: It is quite right that things
    • goodness must be something quite natural, and its good effect at some
    • The clairvoyant may now perceive something quite special: Another
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    • human intellect will take in future, are based upon quite definite
    • world quite differently from the way in which we perceive it now.
    • they should penetrate. For abstract sentences which are quite
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    • us in the course of 24 hours. It is quite wrong to compare man's
    • expression is not quite appropriate, for it is difficult to coin
    • was greatly alarmed and said that quite recently a man had been
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    • souls has become quite different from what it was before that time.
    • Such a lack of harmony in human experience would have been quite
    • characteristics. To a dispassionate view this is quite clear; men
    • I want you to be quite clear as to what is involved. Man is already
    • quite unworkable. All such things bring modern civilisation up
    • the social structure something quite different, something of which
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    • acquired and experienced quite apart from any relation to what
    • the spiritual world and of the eternal in the human being has quite
    • has brought to humanity quite remarkable blessings of a material
    • enjoyed it, then we are not quite the same as we were.
    • therefore quite naturally and inevitably to morality. As regards
    • Materialism is quite right as far as earthly consciousness is
    • he was quite a little child, his life took a direction that was to
    • the next life on earth, can work there quite definitely as a
    • researcher severs itself from him and becomes objective; he is quite
    • with him in quite an intimate manner, for it speaks directly to the
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    • This can be quite good, and may be necessary, because external
    • seem strange now, but is quite simply true; and although at present
    • Their experience in the spiritual sphere was quite different, it was
    • social sphere where a quite different way of living must be adopted,
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    • the physical world he quite rightly does not pay attention to his thinking
    • being. There he felt quite differently about the world than he felt in his
    • truths in former times did not take this view. They were quite clear about
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    • proclaimed, and in a language which at the time had quite another
    • sounded quite different then. Paul sought continually to awaken in man
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    • which drew us hither, quite as a matter of course, the moment the
    • they may be, I am quite sure that every single one of us will go away
    • doubt, it is quite right that we should not superficially connect the
    • appearing — to begin with — quite independent not only of
    • quite stunted — they would have no full ears at all.
    • Jupiter and Mars. These forces must be regarded in quite a different
    • growth of plants in quite a different way, albeit, I need hardly say,
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    • diaphragm. (Though it is not quite exact, it will suffice us for
    • certain extent this is quite true. When the earthly protein is built
    • process quite exactly. Assume you have a plant growing upward from
    • yellow sunflower — it is not quite rightly so called, it is
    • possible quite easily to transform one plant into another; hence it
    • the Moon. This sunlight thrown back by the Moon is quite ineffective
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    • lecture we shall consider Nature's activity quite generally
    • our time when speaking about carbon. It is quite true, carbon occurs
    • nobody knows of that! It is quite true, for ordinary life you can say
    • the nitrogen knows very well indeed, and knows it quite correctly.
    • cannot behave quite so simply.
    • at length to see quite clearly; then we shall gain a kind of
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    • True, this is not quite so bad in Agriculture; here they do not always
    • is something that expresses quite exactly — yet in a kind of personal
    • obtain quite a definite result. When you manure the soil with this compost,
    • embryonic stages. They would remain so; they would look quite grotesque.
    • have been worked out, but quite intentionally, precise details have
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    • we are really exploiting the land is quite correct. Indeed,
    • Unlike the former instance (the cow, which is quite different), these
    • an image of the Cosmos. We thereby give the yarrow the power quite essentially
    • of this disease or that. It is quite right to do so. If we pursue pure
    • it, and in healing quite other points of view are important than those
    • between plant-nature and the living earthy nature, quite in the way
    • I know quite well, those
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    • little ash, but that does not matter. Quite literally, for the plants
    • this way. Quite generally speaking, you have far-reaching possibilities
    • underlying feeling: the experimenters themselves are not quite happy
    • to do in this case is also not quite applicable on a single estate by
    • planetary forces. For you must do something quite definite with the
    • it may not have been done quite thoroughly. But the effect will certainly
    • die out. Thus, for each living creature, there are quite definite conditions.
    • In Cancer it appears quite feebly, and it is feeble again when you come
    • quantities are sufficient — a homoeopathic dose is quite enough.
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    • Outwardly Seen, to begin with, it is quite different from a herbaceous
    • quite different. But we must learn to perceive in what way the tree
    • are gatherings of astral substance; quite clearly, they are gatherers
    • The insects said, one day: We do not feel quite strong enough to work
    • be done by quite other things in unwooded districts. This we should
    • learn to understand. The growth of the soil is subject to quite other
    • will reveal, quite generally speaking, the relation of plant to animal-nature,
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    • the body has quite another significance than that of a combustion-process.
    • Combustion is a process in mineral or lifeless Nature. Quite apart from
    • describe the animal rather differently from man. For man, we speak quite
    • to sustain itself. As far as possible — not quite! Why not? The
    • For instance, you can see quite clearly and straightforwardly that carrots
    • do things in this way quite consciously and deliberately. Thus you will
    • is quite correct. It is only unsystematic, lacking in precision. Precisely
    • quite unprovided for. Some earthly substance must still be able to pass
    • to the animal; it would be quite possible to accustom animals to tomatoes).
    • in the human body. Therefore, quite generally speaking, liver diseases
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    • was quite permeated by this thought. At the same time he
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    • realize quite clearly that everything a human being takes
    • part, the thoracic man, and quite old in regard to the
    • It is only necessary to take things quite earnestly, even
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    • in quite another way. But the spiritual power, the spiritual impulse that was
    • observes history concretely in its spiritual development can see quite
    • to come. Only under certain quite definite conditions can one learn anything
    • ether body travels quite a different path from our physical body. After we
    • was quite different from what it is now. You will know from the descriptions
    • the sole influence working in history, quite a different evolution would have
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    • Anthroposophy clearly recognises that people are quite right when in
    • clearly surveyed, so that the processes become, as it were, quite
    • can be surveyed and which are quite new to us.
    • Why must such a concept or complex of concepts be something quite
    • new? When we draw reminiscences out of memory, we can never be quite
    • and because we are quite sure that a sense-perception is not drawn in
    • Then one comes to quite a new way of thinking. The old way of
    • experiment for a long time, yet they will only come to quite abstract
    • which I have spoken, so that our consciousness is quite empty. The
    • within the medium of time, but that quite another process takes place
    • only turned inside out, but takes on quite a different shape through
    • investigator should carry out these exercises quite systematically.
    • quite special. Let me explain this by a comparison.
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    • spiritual world must, and this is quite natural and proper, take his
    • soul, so that these depths look quite different from what we call our
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    • thinking and whole activity of mental picturing really takes on quite
    • seeing in which the human body appears in quite a new way. Above all,
    • super-sensible thinking, it is different. It would be quite impossible
    • men's souls onto quite a different level of development from the one
    • quite differently constituted before and after the middle of the
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    • least whether a matter is correct or not, quite other things come
    • consciousness. We can quite correctly compare this with the images
    • quite correct assertion — that man is concerned with images and
    • then the world around us would appear quite different. An exceedingly
    • has been made by these methods of natural science, quite
    • thought has become quite unreliable. Therefore it becomes a
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    • which will elude him unless he consciously develops it. It is quite
    • (which has quite another source) back to what is fundamentally
    • has once been acquired it is bound up with man's nature in quite
    • recently said quite frankly to a gathering attended by a number of
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • these souls there lives — though it is quite unconscious, of
    • thoughts that are powerless before the storm of events and quite
    • what is given in our books or presented in lectures. And we can quite
    • without. This has a quite definite effect on man. And now I am coming
    • decisive moment in human evolution. Of course it is quite easy, if we
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    • quite possible nowadays for a man to be very clever and at the same
    • quite different. In the sixth epoch, that is, from about the third
    • thirty-first year he will manifest quite different qualities, because
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    • public life. Quite recently, there has been no little comment on
    • energy quite otherwise than really thinking what the professors are
    • crazy fellow you are, you are writing quite differently.’
    • in writing. I am quite sure, many a person would soon wean himself of
    • another thing which it is quite good to do as an exercise, though it
    • do, quite differently on occasion, so that we are not always obliged
    • would give you pleasure, but you can quite well do without it. Set
    • other's will. But now suppose that I stand quite alone, and in my own
    • does are quite out of keeping with his conduct in other respects. It
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    • soul is then, indeed, quite distinctive. Perhaps we may best
    • is, in the first place, quite independent of man and the rest of the world.
    • angles to the other two. We learn to know this quite definite
    • In this abstraction the quite definite configuration of space is
    • disposition of the world, quite objective.
    • to be something quite different.
    • (in the mathematical sense) and quite correct. But anyone who knows
    • something quite special here. We could take a pendulum, for example,
    • manner we can find a quite real progression, even though,
    • knowledge was named quite differently then. In those ancient times
    • the word “savant” is not quite appropriate to these
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    • sculptor. One must say to oneself: That is quite a different space.
    • quite lost. You will permit me to set out from a way of looking at
    • things that is apparently — but only apparently — quite
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    • this quite clear. I mean a sage of the ancient Eastern civilisation would
    • country civilisation was founded on a quite different basis. He would
    • was something quite outlandish when Bulwer travelled about, speaking of
    • development; one can quite well picture to oneself people of older
    • economic problems can be handled quite on their own account —
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    • reflects in quite another way. It reflects the sense-impressions we
    • the message of the Father God. Here you may see quite clearly how
    • and, quite naturally, wants to be Christian. If we were honest, we
    • quite changed when we go further East. Even in the East of Europe it is
    • inside man, and is thrown back into chaos. We need to feel quite
    • to the sun, there we find it is all quite different. Through Imagination
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    • such men knew quite consciously that their souls had come down
    • together with death, brings us into a stream of evolution quite
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    • considered everything else an illusion; quite the contrary was
    • quite clearly. In earlier days I explained the conceptions of Realism, by
    • philosophers; if we contemplate these two spiritual currents in quite
    • reality indeed descended from earlier quite real beings, but people
    • prevailed — it was quite impossible to have any idea at all
    • reality quite materialistic ideas! Now comes the astral body, again
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    • Indeed, it would be quite
    • development of mankind? Even when considering things quite
    • now living is a new form; it is something quite new which has
    • by train and did the shopping quite alone, although he was only
    • — this is something quite different — but the etheric
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    • quite objective up to a certain degree), we might say, that the
    • you concentrate deeply, if your soul becomes quite mystical, you
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    • Even otherwise quite intelligent people have been known to
    • friends, is quite impossible. There is nothing for it, but to
    • ... well, I don't quite know of what — living its own
    • speak out quite plainly about the occult facts of
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    • most outer aspect, it is not quite easy for us to acquire the
    • quite unaware of what he was doing (or so at any rate he
    • consciousness over against quite another world than that
    • and it will be something quite new to you. Then only will you
    • begin to divine what you now imagine that you know quite
    • my meaning at this point to be quite fully understood. No
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    • will say, quite rightly : But surely we have not to assume
    • body for twelve lunar months, a quite self-enclosed, circular
    • nothing here to be discussed, the facts are quite clear. The
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    • if this Christ Impulse is to be renewed, stimuli quite
    • the deepest forces of the human soul, forces quite different
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    • of reincarnation and yet was quite uninfluenced by Buddhistic
    • Buddhism we must turn our gaze in quite another direction. Here I
    • intellectual consciousness), which has developed from quite a
    • of the great Buddha, quite different conditions are present. Man's
    • the Christian has quite a different attitude. Putting aside
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    • systems of the human being. But because people are quite ignorant of
    • then the position of each individual in the community will be quite
    • man and he will treat them quite differently. He will make allowances
    • one possesses certain qualities and the other quite different
    • intellectualistic way, but quite differently. It is for this reason
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    • their pure, original nature; eleven are quite distinct, only the
    • r the longing towards the a is quite inherent. Thus
    • something quite different. The consonants, as such, we lose. But in
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    • earliest Greek period, we find that they were of quite a different
    • consequence, his consciousness of death was quite different from that
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    • thinks that this is quite harmless. But in so doing, he does not
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    • only from those records and not from what we have said. This is quite
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    • quite apart from all that, the fact is that man is conscious of his
    • will certainly not patiently receive the sting. Quite apart
    • this way are quite in order. It is all perfectly correct. But
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    • from quite primitive to more perfect forms. When we now examine
    • taken place through which quite a thin layer has remained in a cooled
    • cannot lead us any further, we quite simply set down what spiritual
    • were quite tiny beings today, standing within a human organism: if,
    • way of asking a question that is put quite wrongly today. No science
    • controversial question; but as a rule it is put quite wrongly. For
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    • quite meaninglessly, purely out of the activity of the physical body,
    • of the senses, quite without prejudice, and without starting
    • quite impossible. If thoughts, — and the laws of Nature must
    • world emanated from this world: well, in that case it would be quite
    • other, and we must be quite clear on the following point. As human
    • region of Mittelgard is represented quite accurately in the
    • up together, as I have shown quite clearly in my little book:
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    • would be quite easy to say, why not take a larger hall? But there is
    • compared with any other — quite apart from the separate details
    • (sometimes quite appalling to me to see what has been brought
    • Rosicrucian occult results. That is quite natural unless we refuse to
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    • it is quite obvious that the former embodiments are equally detailed,
    • matters, we have quite enough to do with what is going on
    • Being); it is a concept which indeed is not quite what I have
    • light, it is quite devoid of sound, but we become acquainted with
    • Their brains are quite puzzled enough by this, and people who can
    • — Take out of the public library a book — which is quite
    • book has been mutilated by way of improvement, it is not quite
    • you will have quite a good book. If you read there about the
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    • this is quite correct within certain limits) as a heavenly body whose
    • modern term and does not quite apply. For time was not then that
    • From this something quite special arises, which can only be properly
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    • somewhere. Words alone will not suffice; we must have quite definite
    • Sun-existence, we are able to describe it quite distinctly if
    • back into the Akashic Record of the Sun-age we can quite distinctly
    • have accepted at that moment, which would of course have been quite
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    • yet experience at the present day. But we must quite clearly realise,
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    • quite a good comparison if we were to say that the world of truth,
    • kreuzers. The boy's argument was quite correct; but did not accord
    • example quoted is quite practical, and serves to explain, even
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    • vengeance, the inner meaning of which is quite clear, though
    • it for real, for something quite different wants to make its
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    • are in many respects quite unable to find the answers. The
    • themselves, quite rightly, that the life of the intellect,
    • distinct in man and relate to quite different regions of the
    • different aspects of their body, though these can be quite
    • them in any moral sense. This is quite impossible, for the
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    • ‘the present time’ I mean quite a long period of
    • are suddenly quite free and cannot bear such freedom. For
    • contradictions but for quite a different reason.
    • of, will need quite a different kind of courage — inner
    • beetle has to do with a pendulum clock. It is quite
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    • people who are quite unable to deal with their instincts and
    • possible, and for quite specific reasons, one of which is
    • did not exist before and which are quite characteristic of
    • another, quite specific, aspect to this. As I have said,
    • virtuous. It is quite a good thing to want to be virtuous,
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    • senses, in quite a different way from the ancient Greeks, for
    • know to have come from quite different impulses than the art
    • the highest spiritual level in a work of art, quite
    • — existed because some quite specific pathological
    • this quite clear. Chaos is arising because reality has
    • with a quite specific movement. At the Council of
    • come — and it may not be far off — when quite
    • — you can be quite sure of it — a medicine will
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    • thought as such, the matter is really quite different. And we
    • would look quite different if they still had the shape they
    • dream I have described is quite typical of that kind of
    • progress, but also quite specific political ideas. Today,
    • sense. He means something quite different, something he keeps
    • here in Dornach — he lives quite near to here
    • where Matthias Claudius is concerned, quite apart from the
    • children are something quite different from what comes to
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • found something like it, at an instinctive level, with quite
    • erudite; I am quite serious about this. But the Martin Luther
    • quality of his true nature, quite independent of our own
    • — we know it quite apart from the impression he makes
    • can quite easily establish for himself. We mainly use our
    • me, I would quite obviously be unable to develop conscious
    • quite certain, that, generally speaking, people were afraid
    • of education people will have to realize that quite different
    • authority. Both parts of the statement have quite a different
    • distinction will find it quite impossible to live with the
    • everything is crooked and awry and quite wrong, and they are
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    • tossed about over and over again. They are often quite
    • bit of naughtiness in a recent lecture. It is still quite a
    • of course, know quite a few things about the way in which
    • pertain in an organism, and this transfers quite prettily to
    • whereas reality comes to quite different conclusions; it lets
    • events take quite a different course from anything human
    • mean something quite specific. But far be it from me to mean
    • original. It should be rather interesting, quite a joke in
    • come to understand; if they do not, quite different, even
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    • are quite clear about the fact that a certain danger
    • view these are quite correct. They are often utterly
    • is a method which can be quite brilliant and is, in fact, the
    • quite easy to work out that one day it will be possible to
    • quite specific, and they are concrete and specific in the
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    • was speaking of something quite concrete, namely the battle
    • work towards certain impulses. This was done quite
    • them quite large, which may be right next door. Today, more
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    • then remains the same throughout life. Something quite
    • Moon currents. They take quite a different course, and they
    • quite young, much to their detriment, we should have a
    • premises on which I based my conclusions were clearly quite
    • specialization was quite a good thing for a time. If it
    • do with any kind of reality. This does, of course, have quite
    • for the same ideas have to be used for quite different
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    • to this important event it is quite easy to establish how
    • this was not from conviction, but had quite different
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    • Stock Exchange, which are sometimes quite dimwitted nowadays,
    • However, we do find something quite peculiar in the case of
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    • cab. This is quite correct, but true and false in the outer
    • the word ‘history’ has quite a different origin. In
    • themselves, instead of being pulled along. It is quite easy
    • quite some time, but all real life will have departed from
    • off, and something quite different will come into human
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    • reached — I will not say a respectable — a quite
    • — one has attained the simplest truths. There, quite
    • beside themselves have quite recently gone aside again. The Movement
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    • quite clearly the nature of the consciousness of our
    • of knowledge is quite abstract.
    • 1413), evolution would have taken quite another direction. In this
    • of the spine. This is quite out of the question. Anyone who knows
    • facial bones were concerned, matters stood quite differently from
    • “Cosmos.” For him it was something quite concrete. Take
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    • doubts if he is able to work himself out of the frequently quite
    • have quite tragic inner soul experiences. Something about this need
    • animals, are meat eaters! But it was not known quite what to do with
    • discovered. These cells are constructed in quite a remarkable way, so
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    • the Zodiacs. Dupuis studied these things quite consciously and
    • represented in matters of religion they expounded quite
    • certain matters quite esoteric. The ‘esoteric’
    • received quite special forces when he reached the age of 14
    • nowadays quite commonly in our laboratories), — the
    • different way — out of quite other forces and impulses
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    • astronomers can calculate with their quite abstract
    • Science is and what it can be. It is quite true: it man who
    • the other hand, must turn again quite definitely to these two
    • of this. That is quite true, and for the 19th century it was
    • or “nose,” of our scholars is not yet quite
    • lines, Goethe demanded quite another trend of Physical
    • scientific research what is indeed quite justified in
    • physical world it is quite justified. This physical intellect
    • point out to you, how — quite apart from the prevailing
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    • something quite different is meant by ‘the
    • Taurus, it signified something quite different than if it
    • relation — a quite individual relation — to the
    • quite especially determined by his inner system of fixed
    • something quite peculiar in this correspondence of the human
    • The most remarkable is quite another thing. It was by no
    • Religion, is still more obvious. Quite unconnectedly, the two
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    • with a purely analytical artistic understanding, quite coldly and
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    • were, in the soul atmosphere as something quite abstract, and
    • of men face these problems quite consciously today. Those who
    • Today I only wish to indicate quite briefly how it is possible to
    • again, you may find quite a number of exercises in my books
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    • doctor could ascertain that it was quite an insignificant
    • only tell him to be calm; that he would be quite well again in a
    • of a person's life. It is quite indifferent whether we call this
    • not be fully conscious; it can quite well remain in the
    • of unpremeditated things, and it is quite possible to prick one's
    • depths of the human soul many conscious manifestations have quite
    • must become quite familiar with the conditions in which we
    • must become quite familiar with the conditions in which we
    • can be something quite insignificant; for instance, one's
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    • possible. But something quite different is needed today: A
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    • completely, so that the human being sleeps, as it were, quite
    • quite an indifferent matter whether people are slightly ill or
    • in this field. For a normal person it is quite good if he has
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    • have already studied quite a number of these aspects; today we
    • quite seriously. Take the nebula at the beginning of the earth's
    • certain danger. It cannot quite penetrate into the mere world of
    • accepting a religious faith which is quite different from those
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    • intellect was quite different from what it was later on. Since
    • Man's feeling attitude towards the universe was quite different
    • things, this is something quite passive. For he can form his
    • the universe — let me describe it to you quite objectively.
    • feel quite at home upon the earth. And he does not yet strive
    • pervade our ideas — let me say it quite dryly — in an
    • — as already stated, this simple, naïve love is quite
    • Christianity which grows quite naturally out of
    • it. They cloak it in all manner of other things and become quite
    • great misfortune of losing our Goetheanum. We know quite well
    • nevertheless some who know quite well why they are opponents of
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    • are perhaps quite inaccessible to the human understanding. We can
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    • become quite different since the Mystery of Golgotha. In the
    • it quite clear to us that what goes through the gates of death into
    • which we must form quite definite conceptions if we want to
    • performed in the quite worldly atmosphere. They were performed with
    • part in the experiences themselves. But the thing was still quite
    • there were even districts in which all was quite serious at first,
    • of this quite profane feeling there gradually evolved that holy awe
    • else than to take the same thought into another — quite
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    • remained foreign to them, quite foreign. We need only consider that
    • Quite dearly the sheath rises up before you,
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    • quite a different nature and we have reason to believe that, in the
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    • destiny or his happiness may be quite unaffected. Abstract and
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    • something which links up quite well with matters I have already
    • around, the chrysalis remains quite still, and the butterfly gaily
    • becomes quite another kind of creature than it was as an egg. The egg
    • way to observe things in Nature. First, quite a significant idea is
    • alters the form of its blood vessels; they become quite different. It
    • impulses of the will. He described it all quite clearly. They then came
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    • can be quite short, and then things are telescoped together — it
    • be quite outside himself. If a man is a loveless being, a feeling arises
    • recollection, of memory, gradually unfolds. At first it is quite
    • had a force of vibratory stimulus quite different from anything possible
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    • up with the external bodily nature, and it is quite impossible to
    • begin by picturing to you quite simply the condition of sleep as seen by
    • knowledge remains something that is quite external. Dreams are obviously
    • them in a quite definite and differentiated manner. In the life of day
    • find it quite unbearable to lose in this way almost all sense of space
    • is quite possible to recognise by means of ordinary natural science
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    • quite blinded by the dogmatic prejudices of a Science that
    • “Even if the direct assertions of Darwin were not quite
    • teaching; even if they were not quite correct they would of
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    • the death of man?” Quite apart from the fact that there
    • maintain the breathing by artificial means, we might quite
    • even if other respects the facts hinted at were quite correct.
    • forming a new plant. One can therefore say quite certainly of
    • themselves with bark. We are quite justified in saying of a
    • quite ordinary conceptions — as we will to-day in the
    • of the 17th century, it. was considered quite possible, not
    • originate from life”, not being recognised? A quite
    • Francesco Redi. Quite interesting details might be gathered
    • classified quite exactly how, for instance, hornets develop
    • which makes of him the quite distinct individual that every
    • a quite inferior realm, that that which we have in our
    • is quite clear to him that it is his own Spiritual I, or ego,
    • quite definite soul-process, a quite definite Spiritual inner
    • will quite certainly not burn any one; but the
    • It is thus quite explicable that his memory only extends as
    • soul exercises which a man undertake must be done in a quite
    • gradually die off and finally be quite extinguished, just as
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    • study the human being, we must observe him quite precisely,
    • today. — this would be quite wrong. The present
    • But now, try for a moment to think of heat, of warmth, quite
    • independently, quite by itself ... it does not exist as
    • birds take quite definite courses in their migrations; from
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    • facts shall have been named and described, a feeling, quite
    • quite scientifically that there are not only one, but
    • absorbed quite ordinary ideas from his environment as any
    • There we see this boy begin something quite extraordinary in
    • its unity with the spiritual world; it knows, for quite short
    • into which Faust cannot, as yet, quite enter; but how he also
    • personal desire. Quite impersonally must we merge into the
    • dialect, several words and sounds were not quite clearly
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    • itself quite immersed in the old Pagan spiritual
    • still far from the Christian faith, quite given up to the old
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    • quotation, for one could quite well go on making
    • motive which prompted Galileo was quite other than those
    • entirely subjective. What is in the feather is quite
    • Giordano Bruno's own personal attitude to the world, quite
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    • other hand it is quite comprehensible that physicists are
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    • unconsciously, while consciousness behaves quite
    • conclusions on these matters. Meanwhile these people are quite
    • astral body reacts. According to quite other Karmic forces, it
    • quite a definite kind of body. But not only so. Think how much
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    • appear to lead in quite a different direction from what is
    • quite ignorant of their home country — for
    • Thus it is quite unsuitable, in writing his biography, to blame
    • quite another science — a science connected with the old
    • already now for quite other complications of life than were
    • attitude, so that at least he no longer wrote about him quite
    • into dire conflict. In the end you can describe, quite
    • Especially his look remains quite unforgettable to those who
    • and then again on quite another, so as to bring precisely these
    • — nay, in certain respects quite impossible, to
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    • you. Of a truth, these were sometimes quite other aims than
    • places. Often something quite insignificant will appear there;
    • preserved in silence. These people may be quite innocent; for
    • sources. They may be quite innocent. Nevertheless, they too
    • prevailing in his thought. (I mentioned it quite briefly here,
    • Herzen saw quite truly. But alas, Ahrimanic powers succeeded at
    • quite truly how the sails are set, by certain occult
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    • quite definite takes place. We do not alter the spiritual facts
    • which was spoken by man had quite another significance for
    • world-conception is quite unable to conceive man in
    • unstintingly — albeit, hitherto, quite
    • — fear of the void. They meant something quite objective.
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    • and never quite distinctly. When we grasp the fact that the
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    • Church: Caspar, Melchior, Balthasar. These names awaken quite
    • forms, he pointed to quite definite single gestures, single
    • universe, in order to see in these single parts quite definite
    • the symbol of death in a quite particular sense. This, too,
    • Both shields, in distance corresponding quite,
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    • speak quite impartially about the mission of the individual, Folk
    • Switzerland. The Folk Spirit is something quite different from the
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    • quite realistically the etheric body of the human being embedded in
    • must be quite clear about these Beings; we shall then be able to name
    • at the stage of the Folk Spirits, but endowed with quite different
    • inevitably take on a quite definite pattern. You will recall that on
    • work within man and create a certain way of thinking, a quite
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    • they mediate between Archangels and man. You must understand quite
    • these two peoples. The work of these spiritual Beings is quite
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    • character. In consequence of this they are faced with quite specific
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    • language of objective fact often leads to quite different conclusions
    • time endowed with quite different potentialities, potentialities
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    • with other mythologies, is nevertheless something quite unique. It is
    • Spirits, were all quite different from one another. Today we propose
    • memory they recalled this experience quite distinctly. The creation
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    • was later given quite different tasks, to educate the still youthful
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    • speak, quite regardless of our own inclinations, regardless of what
    • art will know that we are aiming at something quite different. They
    • to the two ladies who have co-operated with me in quite a special
    • is something quite different from the customary stage technique. We
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    • in the world around me (a plant kingdom quite different from our
    • day. All the relationships and conditions of life were quite
    • particular have become quite different. In olden times what we call
    • sickness and health were due to quite other causes. In those times
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    • be quite clear that there are things which form part of a system of
    • have quite different things to say about the rainbow too. We say to
    • something quite different from the momentary thought, that is what
    • is something quite different from what it is in the physical world.
    • body are bound to taste quite different, if I may so express it. As
    • Knowledge of one's own astral body has to be described in quite
    • can be expressed. There is something which shows quite
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    • — whom he really thought of as quite remote from human nature.
    • so to say, one whose destiny, whose whole life, seems in a way quite
    • they stand to us. We know that, under quite different conditions of
    • instructed in such things said quite seriously that at that time
    • are next above man, the Angels. In the Greek period quite special
    • rejected the Christ Impulse we have a science which is quite
    • be quite clear that the Beings who were pressing forward towards
    • be quite wrong. From the universal rule that the real, guiding
    • Greeks quite in the way I have expressed it, but it nevertheless
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    • quite clear from the way in which they depicted their gods, giving
    • men had to do. It follows from this that the Greeks knew quite well
    • of what he experienced. You find it all there, quite realistically
    • realise that it describes quite realistically, in all detail, actual
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    • today was quite unknown to the ancient Greek. If we call to mind what
    • encounter this ego once. Although we know quite well that there are
    • quite different; the ego too for clairvoyant consciousness is
    • below, in the physical world, the physical body has only a quite
    • in the physical world is in its physical manifestation quite in
    • consciousness, bodies of quite different appearance from physical
    • even the Bible recognises that quite a different bodily form, one
    • the matter from another aspect, which throws quite a different light
    • that it is also dependent upon forces which come from quite another
    • spiritual world, and has become a quite different being, a being
    • about with quite different-looking physical forms. Secretly, in the
    • would be quite different from our external human body. But this
    • soul has given a graphic answer to this world-riddle quite in
    • man. But a geology, a palaeontology, of quite a different kind has
    • outside the physical body. To burrow in the earth is quite absurd; in
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    • we have certainly seen how much of what we come to know today in quite
    • another way is to be found there as something quite obvious. When we
    • manner. It is of course quite another question whether the argument
    • we are examining is quite easy to understand.
    • is obliged to say: ‘Then it is quite impossible to learn to
    • endeavour to press on by quite another path than that of ordinary
    • that something quite different from ordinary knowledge was cultivated
    • in quite another way from all that man meets in ordinary exoteric
    • begin from something seemingly quite unimportant. As soon as one
    • not to illusion — one has to set about it in quite a different
    • the second half of the life between death and rebirth quite different
    • quite trivial but is nevertheless important. If one wants to describe
    • as to acknowledge quite consciously: ‘If you reject the
    • that quite consciously, for it is inevitable. One must face up to the
    • is a contradiction!’ In reality it is quite possible to test
    • quite a different part of his soul. It does not follow that his
    • sometimes assume quite different names when they enter into the
    • experienced a revival in Plato. And we admire Platonism in quite
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    • consciousness is quite unaware. A treasure slumbers in the deepest
    • of all courage; we recognise: ‘It is quite impossible for you
    • the normal consciousness today is quite unaware, and that when in the
    • We must be quite
    • clear that, in fact, man's appearance today is quite different
    • to know about it, we should be quite unable to make use of our brain
    • quite obvious. It is shown in the fact that our entire self,
    • entire being into us, streams of which we are quite unconscious; and
    • Being in Earth evolution through whom something quite new can enter
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    • from the heart in quite distinct currents and permeate the brain; we
    • quite other substantial things connected with the Earth, and these
    • trees, from a certain aspect quite correctly. The relationships which
    • they quite rightly recognise have been brought about as the result of
    • directions. Actually it is quite wrong to describe the animals which
    • are known in zoology as mammals as the Darwinists do. It is quite
    • course of their development been subjected to quite different
    • external science. During the course of the Atlantean epoch quite
    • admit that the forces at work in the mammals are quite different from
    • It is quite different
    • around the head, quite near the skin of the head, has a thickening,
    • aura of a Magdalene is quite different from that of a Mary! The
    • to discover him to be something quite different. We could then either
    • be quite wrong to look upon what was expressed in our first
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    • instance how the ancient Greeks got rid of this wonder in quite a
    • scientific path which is quite practicable, even though to modern
    • But it is quite
    • chemistry it will in the future appear quite reasonable. When we
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    • quite naturally into what I propose to say tonight.
    • perfection quite naturally as mature in the highest degree. Truly, the
    • of the whole tragedy of the Christ. Quite a different peace, quite a
    • but sudden leaps are quite obvious. So too is it in the spiritual life
    • “Shiva” portrayed in quite a different sense, — a prove
    • worlds? The words of Hermann Grimm in his book on Homer are quite true:
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    • in “clever Hans” for quite a long while, this interest should
    • heard of such things for the first time were quite skeptical, until
    • to be quite reliable. He could do excellent sums, extract roots, etc.;
    • to express it quite independently through its soul life. But the
    • could not reckon anymore. In fact, he became quite wild. He felt that
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    • quite accurately in all their details. We at once feel that there is
    • we take these words at the beginning quite seriously But then we have
    • stand quite firmly on the ground of facts, of truth, of the attainable,
    • which represents quite a different condition of soul or consciousness
    • back in quite a different way to human antiquity than by ordinary science.
    • cease, but we find that the human soul in general is in quite a different
    • imagination. We know quite well to-day that when we speak of imagination
    • were still quite different from what they are to-day, when they were
    • over into the new period something which at the same time made him quite
    • writings are to be explained in quite an occult sense as an active protest
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    • spiritual script. But these signposts have a quite special
    • souls. A man first observes it quite externally: when spring comes he
    • for him in high summer, quite different from its importance at other
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    • nature for the general activity of quicksilver, leading quite
    • addition to the salt-formation, which comes from quite another
    • October onwards the Earth is quite impregnated with this form of ash.
    • Earth. And so, in a certain region above the Earth, a quite special
    • we should find the whole thing quite different. We should observe
    • taken any earthly nourishment, it was a quite different being from
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    • bodily form into one that looked quite different — a sclerotic
    • the Easter festival in this way we should be placing it quite naturally
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    • though of course I can do so only in a quite sketchy way
    • preserves the thoughts of the cosmos. And so, quite directly, the
    • — the phrase is quite correct — is changed by cosmic
    • Imagination. These things are quite real, but I cannot speak of them
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    • quite definite way from those Beings whom I have pictured in
    • below, quite specially visible, is
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    • History will be presented quite differently. It is certain
    • will play quite a different and much more important part
    • understanding. But is this, in fact, the case? Quite simple
    • like the Germanic, with quite different ideas of religion and
    • of their very souls, had lived hitherto with quite different
    • the ailments of childhood, men will perceive quite clearly that
    • Christianity spreads quite independently of scholarship
    • soul to soul, penetrating these souls quite irrespectively of
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    • it, quite inevitably, by the culture of the times.
    • looks quite different during the time of an eclipse. I shall
    • quite a different appearance. It is an experience that in the
    • shining. The spectacle of the earth around us is quite
    • that cannot be confirmed by experiment? It is quite impossible
    • Him with a kind of consciousness quite unfamiliar to them
    • understand because He transported them into quite a
    • — in the quite different Form in which He appeared after
    • matters in a way quite other than present conditions allow. For
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    • it now. It is quite true that when clairvoyant
    • one day as quite extraordinary. Read Ernest Renan's
    • Apostles were not always able to distinguish quite clearly: Now
    • Nazareth was only very slight. The Christ Being was still quite
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    • quite a different direction. And that of which he now
    • with the Essene Order had come about in quite a different way
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    • have understood them but they, on their side, did not quite
    • to well up quite spontaneously in his soul, how his journeys
    • who had become, through Him, quite different from those
    • been said as it should be treated. We have quite enough enemies
    • not out of egoism but for quite other reasons. For the Spirit
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    • the grave events of war we have lost within quite a short time a
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    • quite different. I mean the function it long ago assumed
    • that science demands; and this brings with it, though quite
    • but quite clearly general human ones.
    • developments. Something quite different suited human nature in
    • quite natural for older civilizations not to see only pure
    • experience of self something quite different from what we
    • experience, as the sense of self is for us, and quite another
    • to show, it hides from us the spiritual world. It was, quite
    • process, but also in making it quite free of corporeality. Only
    • this kind of objection; there is something quite fantastic,
    • us be quite honest with ourselves. In ordinary life, if we
    • way by meditation and concentration take on a quite special
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    • hallucinations and visions. He strives quite calmly to achieve
    • this activity. Quite the reverse with the exercises I have been
    • operation, he sees something quite new. The world in which he
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    • quite different to the man of today from what it was, for
    • concepts are quite so suitable for the meditative life I have
    • but also by anyone who examines the external documents quite
    • quite considerably from that which we find in earlier ages of
    • history to encounter something quite different. Let us go back,
    • — will discover quite empirically that the Greeks
    • this produces an attitude to the outside world quite
    • civilization, fundamentally we have to adopt a quite
    • the higher levels of education and training had a quite
    • science and art: religious life. It affects men quite
    • has a quite special effect on us. When we look at the
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    • quite different form, further West — and in this
    • quite consistently, regards the world as made up of replicas of
    • us be quite honest with ourselves and consider whether, at any
    • decline will quite definitely proliferate.
    • Englishman himself observes that a quite different spirit
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    • popular way I could also present quite scientifically. But we
    • it is one quite different in kind from what we observe within
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    • social life which are quite unlike the forces that are really
    • child's psyche, is quite certainly nothing intellectualized.
    • since childhood. This is something quite different from living
    • indicated quite naively in his soul, his understanding and
    • emerge, sometimes, with quite illusory but all the more
    • could be understood by the young in a quite different manner
    • mean in this way: quite certainly, there are on the staff of
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    • The essential point, however, is that we can see quite clearly,
    • an impartial attitude, quite free of preconceptions, is capable
    • the West as a quite new configuration. This is true of the
    • us today. It was based on certain quite material activities of
    • understanding when, by the quite different modern path into
    • over, quite arbitrarily, the general view that looked to this
    • religious views themselves have taken on quite different forms,
    • external appearance, as can be shown quite clearly by an
    • ago, in China. Here, quite suddenly, men sought and very
    • years ago there in the Far East on quite different cultural
    • was theocratic in form has gradually assumed a quite
    • built on a quite different branch of the economy — on
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    • of the antecedents of a phenomenon that has, quite justifiably,
    • earthly life. Plato thinks it quite feasible that children who
    • slavery appears quite natural to him, he would also grant those
    • in the Orient, we find that it embraced a humanity quite
    • scholarship of our time has quite correctly observed that the
    • tragedy, Aristotle, we perceive quite clearly, is really
    • of human labour within the social order was quite unrealized.
    • wakened, it is quite impossible to exclude labour from that
    • phenomenon turns out to have a quite different significance in
    • outlook, however, was the quite definite assumption that
    • — fought quite differently from the way such battles have
    • foundations quite unlike those that exist today,
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    • quite a lot of social systems advocated by the various shades
    • For example, if you start with quite simple scientific facts,
    • our time, we can see quite clearly that there are also many
    • projected certain subjective experiences, quite involuntarily,
    • what he has is something quite different. I would say:
    • — something elemental which, in Europe today, is quite
    • governed by instinctive drives. These are something quite
    • an article of mine in it, but couldn't quite understand what
    • this I always reply: “Quite true, if not enough people
    • it in quite different contexts of ideas. What is said, however,
    • “decay” is not quite accurate here, but the image
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    • quite different from those controlling the other two fields of
    • derives solely from the intellect, and quite another to reckon
    • common to the whole of humanity. In other words: to be quite
    • by quite distinct and different factors: spiritual life, legal
    • have quite different determinants, and that we must therefore
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    • something which we exercise quite dreamily. On this account much of the
    • part you are quite unconscious of it, just as you are unconscious of
    • many. Many think they possess something quite special if they have a
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    • exercise quite dreamily. On this account much of the pondering on
    • you do not even dream. For the most part you are quite unconscious
    • think they possess something quite special if they have a few blood
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    • Manichaeism only `gets' on with Dualism, (in its own way quite
    • Augustine then also passed through Scepticism, which is a quite
    • present in what he experiences in his inner soul; quite
    • absolute dogmas. We must be quite clear that those who come
    • They regarded the Sun Mysteries as something quite veiled,
    • life. These persons do not know how, perhaps not quite
    • stage, in which Augusts Comte quite in the sense of his master
    • abstract, but to look at it quite unprejudiced, and then such
    • just want this quite treated as an Apercu which results when
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    • quite curious. And this Cosmogony of Christian von
    • the midst of an age in which quite a different impulse is
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    • thinking is a quite peculiar thinking, really inseparable from the
    • life, who are quite different from each other in their points of
    • quite remarkable about Goethe's influence on
    • says: ‘There were quite extraordinary people here. One
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    • Now we must not be one-sided and unjust. It is quite correct,
    • quite clear that of the powers of the human soul — thinking,
    • completely objective truths, which men have recognized as such, quite
    • from the other side of the river and reveal quite peculiar qualities.
    • he saw his ideas with his eyes. At this moment there were two quite
    • sees how this is made in one or another shape, taking on quite
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    • Weimar is a literary work of a quite personal character into
    • will be understood in quite another way from what it is to-day,
    • leave Mephistopheles at home, in him we are quite used to it. In
    • ‘So much is certain, the old artists had quite as great a
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    • quite realistically what he himself had experienced; and this he did.
    • brings with him an eternal, spiritual part from quite other realms,
    • — but in such a way that it must be thought of as quite
    • into quite another age, in which he can again experience something
    • manner him whom he has not quite got to know before. So it is now
    • poetic clothing up of quite realistic, albeit supernatural events,
    • explained by otherwise quite clever people. As Wagner sees the
    • if they are used in a quite special way. On this point Goethe has
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    • ideas in the head was something quite foreign to them, but they
    • different experience. What we call ‘will’ was quite unknown to
    • him. We judge quite wrongly when we believe that what we call
    • for the most part? We are very proud of them, but we quite
    • course of time can be evoked again later. This quite abstract
    • are thus able to define quite exactly the time in history when
    • they ought to remember quite easily, has been completely wiped
    • ticket. He carried everything out quite sensibly. His reason
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    • land by every means in their power; for it would be quite clear
    • hand see how it was accepted in those times as something quite
    • such wars; they are not quite easy in their conscience.
    • there is a quite definite principle underlying these conquests.
    • made themselves felt in quite another way. Let me put before
    • to-day is accessible to all, they had quite naturally this
    • temporal memory; now we have these two quite different
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    • of their own being quite differently.
    • in which we know it to-day. It was quite possible, either for a
    • could receive in the way of instruction was of course quite
    • themselves in quite a different way. And when we observe in
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    • decay, it is something quite different, subject to quite other
    • yourselves have held for a long time; you know this quite well.
    • — one takes it quite lightly! But the training of
    • scarcely be able to experience anything but quite abstract
    • experiences of quite a different character. Here he experienced
    • perceived quite other elemental spirits. This dance of the
    • a modern book of history, which is, of course, quite justified
    • quite a different goal. We feel as though what I have just
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    • put quite simply in a few words. The human being comes hither
    • and tremendous knowledge and vision that came to them. Quite
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    • they would have had quite different ideas of the Christ Who
    • spirit, and you will find that each gives you quite a different
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    • possible to gain quite a clear and concrete picture of them in
    • condition. It is quite impossible to find even the slightest
    • is quite another matter when you eat, for example, a poached
    • changed to something quite different. The human being is
    • warmth of the fire, which can spread out all around quite
    • course, when we speak in quite an ordinary way, we may say:
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    • way that was frequently quite unsought by them and that
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    • Quite certainly it will never occur to us to feel anything
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    • believe, can take exception to it. For the rest, it is quite
    • idea, quite independently of the outer meaning of the concepts
    • quite special. It represents the second stage, as it were, of
    • terrific uproar, and we become quite deafened by it. We leave
    • becomes art quite spontaneously. It fulfils what Goethe said
    • Golgotha. Quite certainly a man becomes religiously inclined
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    • inner being. We must be quite clear that what is described as the
    • of his Ego and Astral body. But we must quite clearly realise that
    • beings. Let us once more make quite clear how it is that we feel
    • Archai) that remains for most human beings something really quite
    • arrangement of those degrees there was a quite different thought.
    • This can be seen quite clearly in the early Church writers. In
    • in an anachronism. It is laid on man to-day to find quite other
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    • destruction, to dissolution; so that it seems quite natural
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    • belonged to quite another world than the formative forces of
    • legs belong to quite another world than the two other members
    • humanity. Of a quite other kind is the clairvoyant results
    • is ethical, these two can be inwardly quite well
    • would be quite false to believe that any material processes
    • made. But each one should be quite clear how such
    • the 19th Century was quite filled by this fear, this horror
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    • really do not get to know him, for they are quite shut up in
    • sympathy and this love will originate quite naturally, it
    • all these activities we foster love. This is quite in
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    • Everything tended to situate Goethe in a quite definite way
    • there quite baldheaded. To a learned man in the year 1765 this
    • was something quite dreadful. Goethe, who was sensitive to such
    • and, sitting quite still in his room, reflects: “How many, many
    • really a philosopher of nature who is quite familiar with its
    • especially among women, is deified, but finally behaves quite
    • life of the time thought quite otherwise; everything was
    • we may really feel pleased when someone is quite honest about
    • the air pump and have become a famous professor.” He says quite
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    • need to do so. It is explained quite nicely, for instance, that
    • nevertheless, something quite similar in them — not to mention
    • become something quite different in Goethe because the same
    • forcefully is due to his quite unusual connection between the
    • have led to quite definite events in life. So he withdraws from
    • something quite different — how does it come about that he
    • quite easily into the spirit of a wise man; that is, when
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    • and which the least? Quite obviously, those who adhere to the
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    • such animals can achieve. Something quite unusual came to light
    • imprint themselves upon the animal quite objectively, even
    • has quite correctly reminded us of the following. Herr Pfungst
    • wisdom and is quite intimately united with it. Its orders, so
    • the whole story. Their inner nature is something quite
    • quite different to him than they would have been if he had not
    • could really say quite a bit about the connection between our
    • producer; it has quite definite tasks. As to what then happens
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    • there were quite definite processes in the mysteries in ancient
    • transition from the ancient, quite definite conditions in which
    • still often associate something quite inward with the word,
    • quite definite goal. Anyone who can form a vague conception of
    • machines will be quite impossible; such things will be replaced
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    • individuals like himself. Evil minded people will produce quite
    • can already point today, not merely abstractly but quite
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    • quite unsparing in testing ourselves and our self-knowledge,
    • comes from cruelty, a quite definite characteristic that is
    • superior was most indignant and saw quite clearly that he no
    • conditions.” Then the jurist, who was quite intelligent and
    • speak to his wife because he had left something quite heavy
    • can make quite significant comments on it.
    • and, if there is, it must be pointed out quite clearly that the
    • conflict, and so on. The story may then relate quite
    • that the author was quite familiar with various recent endeavors to
    • it is quite impossible. But intimations must be given in one
    • very fact because we must understand quite clearly that what
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    • became really quite angry and wrote another volume in which he
    • fields and became quite a versatile young man. Even as a boy he
    • the whole, he was a quite popular teacher. But at this
    • He was, therefore, quite clever but somewhat less lovable.
    • find that the people themselves register the facts quite
    • humanity evolves and how these are quite different from those
    • horrified, angered, or disgusted me. It seemed to me quite
    • had attained as knowledge. In my case it was quite different;
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    • is not the conception they hold, but rather something quite
    • quite restricted. The emphasis that each places upon his own
    • will realize quite clearly that these things should not be done
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    • but since that time — everything has become quite different.
    • disciple of Oswald and Haeckel and is quite a materialist.
    • earth and the life that exists in the spiritual world. Quite a
    • by people pursuing specific purposes. And it is quite easy to
    • delivered quite a few messages. Little by little, it turned out
    • case, the statement that followed would have been quite
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    • Him. — What else was he to say? I am quite sure that the
    • saying: Just listen: So and so has been speaking quite
    • self-portraiture has a quite definite sequel — the ladies
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    • only keep to what is quite diagrammatic.) Thus the senses
    • twelve senses. Most of you know this quite well and I have
    • makes his own there lies what lets us see quite clearly all
    • quite different, by the thoughts that have been working and
    • personality aroused quite special notice and gained
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    • particularly, one cannot but remember that there are quite a
    • of many persons to-day it seems quite foolish to criticise
    • — caricatured: one will only get into quite a distorted
    • quite a large number of people to buy stock of this kind
    • quite specific, concrete facts of actual life, and not to
    • will ask: ‘Well, but aren't the things all quite right,
    • must die too! Statistics are meant for something quite
    • natural science, one comes gradually quite away from all
    • cri-cris were quite curious little machines: it was a strip
    • the manufacture of cri-cris might quite well have been
    • requirements of life: one may leave these quite out of
    • thing quite beyond the calculation of the people who reckon
    • anyone in these days, who has not the will to go in quite
    • is one that may quite well be asked. But in asking it, people
    • have not really quite thought out where the point lies. The
    • in the whole context of life. It is quite true that these
    • accordance with the realities. People think it quite
    • social conditions; one can quite well have a feeling for
    • consequence. It cannot be examined by quite the same tests as
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    • Tag. We are quite well aware, that if our propaganda for
    • the basis of the price-question; that a quite
    • and at the same time can think, they arrive quite infallibly,
    • this impossible Reichstag (it will be a quite impossible
    • the stock in the warehouses. All this they see so far quite
    • will still find people to come quite willingly, and work
    • beginning we made, in April last year, might quite well have
    • these horrible old parties; something quite new must come to
    • being ‘quite enthusiastic’ about it.
    • the pulpit was quite in the anthroposophical direction! More
    • saying: ‘Really, you know, that ought to be done quite
    • prepared to do new work from their own quite inner and
    • impossible as things are to-day. The State makes it quite
    • indeed! The foundations must be laid of something quite
    • quite ready to acknowledge; — as also, for example, that
    • will grow into something quite big, and in which things could
    • that it is a case here of quite practically conceiving ideas
    • will agree that is quite out of the question, when we are
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    • scientists have disputed and acted in quite contradictory ways
    • such problems I am obliged to take a quite different course
    • is quite possible to say — as I have already done here
    • not know. Science quite rightly looks for causes of what plays
    • thing where we have to admit that it has a quite different
    • and accepts good ideas. Something therefore of a quite
    • knowledge in the natural sphere. We must, of course, be quite
    • soul has to attain a quite different constitution from the one
    • second edition after quite a short time. The author relates
    • is captivated, — all this is quite out of the question,
    • order, but they are arranged inwardly in quite a free way.
    • experience. We have to find quite different inner forces in our
    • are quite different from those we must use when ordinary
    • spiritual world is only a lot of meaningless words, is quite
    • — we then have quite a different relationship to the
    • This is quite irresponsible and is certainly not meant here.
    • everyday senses, quite differently from the somewhat
    • on the inward plane. Here we have quite a different picture of
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    • — and there were quite a few of them — believed
    • two nations are quite different in character. The one is the
    • superseded by a quite different way of thinking and quite
    • quite justifiably how something very important begins at
    • aspects of this evolution from this viewpoint quite well. He
    • describes the quite wrong attitude taken by those living in the
    • to how history ought to be studied. And something quite
    • Wilson's work, and vice-versa. Sometimes there are quite short
    • belong quite well to either of them. Only try to acquire the
    • necessary knowledge, which is quite easy to do in this subject,
    • the purely literal content, is sometimes quite remote from the
    • certainly do not pass this judgment lightly for I am quite
    • the inner soul life of man comes to expression in a quite
    • What really happened here? Hermann Grimm observed quite
    • the fact that something quite different was also happening in
    • quite sure that these people will come to decisions which will
    • conscious in us in a quite different way from our perceptions
    • Karl Lamprecht quite rightly observed that a new age began in
    • leaps, but is superseded by decided a leap, by a quite
    • consciousness soul has a quite different relationship to
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    • quite obvious to anyone, a philosopher, for example,
    • particular way so it becomes quite a different power in the
    • be developed into something quite different in the soul from
    • naturally has quite a different significance, must be applied
    • of such exercises as have been described brings about a quite
    • assumes quite a different character under the influence of
    • these exercises. It really becomes quite a different power in
    • extent of having the impression that we are in a quite
    • ordinary lives or we would become quite useless or even worse,
    • clairvoyance, but in a quite different way the spiritual enters
    • years ago, and who had quite special artistic gifts which were
    • of the soul. And it is quite understandable that having
    • quite rightly emphasized that the approach to knowledge which
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    • paradoxical, much that today is quite unusual.
    • use our own limbs very imperfectly, or were quite unable to
    • “I think” is not quite exact. Thought develops in
    • is quite new to one — like an entirely new sense
    • something quite different for the kind of research which uses
    • quite another way, when he is understood in his relationship to
    • quite a number of physicians have felt themselves called to
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    • it becomes quite clear that however far we are able to go by
    • does a study of the various species that we can perceive quite
    • natural science and tries to go quite a different way, and this
    • quite different kind of perception, as far as it is possible
    • ego anywhere? And how can I in any case — as he quite
    • phenomena that normally are only considered quite apart from
    • really quite wonderful to see how Goethe treats the physical
    • Here something quite different happens. We start with something
    • the really deep core of our soul life. This can be seen quite
    • conscience. We develop quite definite feelings, a particular
    • Morality — though quite a different kind of morality from
    • which is quite real for the science of spirit, that a second,
    • more subtle man lives in us, having a quite different
    • scientist of spirit or anthroposophist knows quite well the
    • quite a different kind of consciousness is at work in the
    • in quite a different way. And, as I have said, we become able
    • expressions but what he means is quite clear even without going
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    • artistically impartial than ours, there will be a quite
    • with difficulty was quite negligible, the remainder taking
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    • History, is added; but as a truth of quite a different
    • acquires a quite special significance for the present.
    • earthly humanity. It would be regarded as quite justifiable
    • from quite opposite points of view. But their points of view
    • behind, expresses itself quite strongly within the world. One
    • dear friends, the matter is not quite so simple as this. You
    • that has made quite special difficulties in the
    • it is quite specially necessary that real attention should be
    • quite differently. I would certainly never make it in the
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    • friends, in conclusion, something quite paradoxical. Just
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    • possible for these things to arise out of a quite
    • notice how in the one case — I mean this quite
    • which were quite new in comparison with the methods and views
    • a quite different attitude to the spirit. Naturally this must
    • being gifted, as having a touch of genius. And quite rightly
    • approaching such difficult and serious times that it is quite
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    • its evolution, spiritual forces are working. It is quite
    • religious atmosphere (I say that quite kindly) and the ether
    • scientific point of view, both are quite different from the
    • of evolving humanity? In earlier times it was quite correct
    • Christ. It is quite possible for that which spiritual science
    • preach the old creeds. Now of course we can look quite kindly
    • abuse. That is quite obvious, and it cannot be otherwise,
    • I, for example, acknowledge it quite frankly,
    • its success. It would be quite foolish not to acknowledge
    • future. who do not only do that which is easy. It is quite an
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    • mystical matters are being talked about, knows quite well
    • It is quite
    • world traveller and that he can quite well prove to himself
    • quite fairly obvious. It presents a convenient picture of
    • that the various facts are quite in accord with each other.
    • Children and grown up people are quite satisfied to be lulled
    • credulous it would have been quite impossible for the
    • will emerge quite naturally as a result of the knowledge
    • the artist. It is quite certain that well written books on
    • can feed himself by a science that is quite different from
    • be justifiable, would laugh for quite another reason
    • regard it as artists regard aesthetics, being quite conscious
    • in front of one. This will produce quite a different kind of
    • quite authoritative utterances. But if a man writes
    • were quite understandable — was the following, which
    • quite clear that to-day it is essential first of all to
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    • These abstract thoughts are quite remote from reality; they
    • altogether from man. In reality, of course, this is quite
    • quite well how much they can count an man's inherent love of
    • realise this quite clearly among children who are taught
    • therefore quite true to say that everything our eyes can see
    • grasp of thought. This is quite true, for whence comes the
    • something quite new, something he did not experience in the
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    • invited me there, I shall have the quite natural feeling that
    • quite unconsciously. It is something that, when the soul is
    • would be quite different. It cannot pursue its own life,
    • when studying it quite superficially, that this human
    • in both cases is something quite different, In the one case,
    • quite different. Such an example as this shows particularly
    • this one came quite naturally to see that something had to be
    • quite simply: How would you develop in your various parts
    • portray fire and air? It is quite clear that in reality fire
    • expresses something quite different in value from yellow
    • expressive into that of the inner perspective. It is quite
    • intellectual aesthetics, but proceeding from a quite
    • often takes place a quite secret process when we become aware
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    • perception is quite different. The essential point to realise
    • soul are quite different. Those, however, who strive for
    • a quite different form from that of ordinary life.
    • seership, however, something quite objective, but no loss
    • unfolds within him as a seer and is quite different from the
    • of seership in the domain of music and poetry are of a quite
    • which lies quite outside ordinary life. This is not correct.
    • reveals something quite different. When we perceive a man's
    • study, but it is quite erroneous to think that there must be
    • regions are quite separate in human experience. The fear,
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    • among these few! But remember, several thinkers have rightly said, quite
    • true sense, to place it in the service of the Divine. It is quite true
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    • really do not get to know him, for they are quite shut up in
    • sympathy and this love will originate quite naturally, it
    • all these activities we foster love. This is quite in
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    • certainly was quite a different sort of relationship. What
    • question is quite obvious — we need only to think of the
    • human beings. Death in animal and plant is something quite
    • Golgotha quite differently from later periods. And it is not
    • — we can verify this, although quite insufficiently in
    • In Nietzsche a quite definite substance lived as thought. This,
    • perceive the psycho-spiritual nature as such, quite separate
    • an objective fact quite apart from human knowledge; but this
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    • receiving a quite specially prepared etheric body. We know that
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    • quite have the reality value compared to what we experience
    • of this activity we are quite capable of assessing the value of
    • understand quite well, because you have first to think as a
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    • necessity be also an enemy of blood. Minor is quite right
    • quite correct, but what about the remark that the devil is an
    • blood. It is quite obvious that Faust must sign in blood, not
    • nature's workshop, and in his popular works he quite rightly
    • is quite right when he says that a competent
    • them, but only as a mirror image. It is quite different when
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    • in quite a parrot fashion. It is simply materialistic
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    • which he looks into quite different worlds, he realizes the
    • was supposed to be, yet word for word quite correct.
    • breathing is indeed quite amazing, and we must look at it in
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    • instreaming of divine-spiritual powers. Thus it was quite a
    • we refer quite seriously to realities, it can indeed be said,
    • viewed the world, quite physically. The Greek did not see the
    • He therefore saw the sky quite differently from the way in
    • that he would have been quite unable to understand it, if he
    • esoterically. These East-West contemplations are to-day quite
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    • be quite well defined backward, but in the front it would dissipate.
    • that became heavy for man. One couldn't quite get out of it. One was
    • a culture that has become heavy. One cannot quite get him in movement.
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    • chosen his place on earth in quite the right way. He does not quite
    • home before he came down to earth. He does not quite fit into the earthly
    • On the light, on that which was Light in man. One has to take it quite
    • if I may express myself that way — something quite healthy, because
    • In this respect it is quite
    • once that the human being, as I have, presented him quite often, renews
    • quite grievous for me to see the children use any kind of finished triangle,
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    • considered not quite sane, aren't you? It was not as bad as
    • place externally, something quite different was happening
    • regard to the spiritual aspect can look quite different. Not
    • is quite impossible. There, you cannot explain one thing
    • emerging, that they are quite confusing for human thinking.
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    • consider another aspect. Let us take an example quite
    • resulted? Or might not Goethe even have been quite an
    • things like that. He has seen something quite different
    • quite regardless of the results, especially those in the
    • been quite forgotten will by that time be regarded as very
    • externally, for while something quite different is taking place
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    • is certainly quite a difference between your methods. And
    • week.’ But that way you cannot look ahead at all! It is quite
    • say, “I am quite certain I will give my pupils the right
    • it and quite naturally say that the horse is pulling and the
    • takes him. That is quite obvious. Therefore the horse is the
    • He could quite well have stayed in bed, but he gets up all the
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    • if we want to understand it, than something quite similar in
    • quite right in saying that repentance is necessary and has to
    • Spinoza is utterly and totally wrong. The matter is quite
    • came about, due to which the Parsifal concept was quite
    • That is quite obvious. We see then that in a certain respect we
    • and the effect can still be exactly the same. This is quite
    • chooses something quite definite, but not in the way that he
    • comes first, and how it is to be carried out is quite another
    • quite a different course from the physical body. Our physical
    • interweave. It is quite impossible for us to be subject to pure
    • an unconscious action where we are quite sure that the spirit
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    • quite enough that after death, probably for eternity, the
    • but in earlier centuries it was still quite an ordinary,
    • explained in a quite specific field.
    • far as ancient Greece, we would be quite wrong to imagine that
    • ought to say if he were to be quite consistent. He would dream
    • matter of will but of something quite different, so that we
    • strange way, like people who have been drunk and have not quite
    • is something quite different from proving a thing. So much for
    • is quite ridiculous how unable people are to think, that is to
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    • in the most recently born children is something quite
    • such a sense, it is quite essential. Much of the sense for
    • in itself? For most people it remains quite a. shadowy
    • their rose when considering anything. They are quite
    • experience—to think quite concretely of the situation
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    • can quite, well speak of the early Indian epoch, the early
    • But it is not so. Language is something quite different with
    • testifies, which gives testimony. Thus there are quite
    • ground: something quite different! The significance of words
    • question in quite a different way it in our language we had
    • The animals know quite well what they eat; originally in
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    • into question, a quite definite outlook developed; and it may be said
    • for example. I quite realise (and I have spoken of this in my book Vom
    • on the non-Catholic side. All this may be quite well recognised while
    • At that time he said something that is quite correct — at the
    • present time men actually become quite frightening when they begin to
    • think — that is they were quite frightening then. One need listen
    • And in point of fact he was quite right. There is no doubt that he hit
    • excel is just in our freer use of the senses and in a quite definite
    • that me have, it has the quite exact concept without needing to form
    • from that of man. It is just the outer sense-perception that is quite
    • which gives him quite a different picture. You need only be attentive
    • not always taken sufficiently in earnest. I could give you quite a number
    • is a quite different process of inner perception — a very different
    • and at the same time go on? No those are quite right who says “a
    • fuller experiences, with quite different experiences. It might be said
    • It is quite well known to natural scientists that the eyes of lower
    • today, for him to say: This is pure madness! — That is quite easy to
    • from the standpoint of abstractions are often quite honest and worthy
    • the reason, my dear friends. Fear is, of course, a quite general universal
    • There are only quite a few
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    • necessary to be quite clear about the sources of these things and the
    • he suppresses this. What it then represents can be something quite different.
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    • reality, is actually neither quite within his conception nor his will;
    • consciousness being quite different before birth, before conception—without
    • more ado you would get a view of mineral and plant kingdoms quite different
    • then they are quite right in denying any life at all after going through
    • man could bring back his thoughts. For quite a while this went on working,
    • break, and quite externally without any sequence in the thought this
    • Science. Very often they come to it with something quite different to
    • my life I have found quite a number of people who were spiritual people
    • inner ground I learn from the spiritual world. These men do quite useful
    • later epochs of mankind. Then, however, can, and quite certainly would,
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    • quite another question, a question that can be settled only by each
    • this remains quite unnoticed. We can now look at this precise relation
    • inner life of soul. I have gone quite deeply into what kind of mood
    • since resulted in quite definite trends of feeling and attitudes of
    • then quite other things will play a part than have been played, are
    • be Chinese Science is something quite different from what we call science
    • a fact, a fact well known to quite a number of you, that is to say,
    • just because if one is narrow-minded it is really quite im possible
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    • quite possible to say that in Judaism the matter, the very basis of
    • to the Roman Empire it quite decidedly did not do so there. You need
    • first arises in a quite different form, a form that is intimate and
    • of the north quite differently. These northern barbarian hearts are
    • quite embryonic, waiting on till later. Thus it may be said: we have
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    • to the understanding which can be employed quite well where nature is
    • the world will look in a quite different way from how it does today
    • He is alone for a quite definite reason and must feel himself alone.
    • lived in Goethe, and you have the strange, the quite strange, fact that
    • to outward appearance, inwardly quite unfinished. It contains everywhere
    • these words in which Goethe had still a quite pagan feeling, with those
    • be said that the intellect that leads us quite well in our search for
    • scientific truths, this intellect that can quite well guide us in acquiring
    • deed. Quite certainly the time has not come for Goetheanism to be able
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    • a sense: “You live in this”. — This is really quite
    • quite outstanding members belong to a single being. Confusing
    • evil feelings during the day, appear in quite another form
    • quite a different way, than what we have perceived about them
    • before. For example, we find quite extraordinary beings in the
    • world for quite a while. The human being must so to speak go
    • or she will meet something which appears as quite new, a
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    • quite unique form, the world riddle. What is this, however?
    • quite extraordinary, bringing self knowledge of human
    • our quite normal development. Not continuously coming to terms
    • became something quite different.
    • mother! Mother! It sounds so wondrous!” Quite wonderful
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    • something which makes a person quite different from what he or
    • Something quite different! You easily realise with precise
    • quite different, which in a certain sense is tied even deeper
    • In this gradual resulting self-education there arises quite by
    • result you will notice your inner-life becoming quite
    • different. You experience quite different feelings,
    • its consequences: life will reveal itself in quite a
    • development of the earth is described, which can appear quite
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    • is quite reasonable to stand in some sort of fear of the modern world-conception,
    • who are quite accustomed to the old conception and who believe that
    • order to understand an organic being we must realise that a quite special
    • quite originally and elementally, out of the intuitive thinking.
    • to find organic structural forms quite independently of nature. But
    • are apparently quite different. But in studying them you will see that
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    • one. This is a point which must be quite clearly stated. If you follow
    • the task-of humanity is really something quite different from a mystical
    • quite independently alone. These are things which are born, just as
    • quite a different cause. In designing such a building as we have here
    • quite definite principles, that are bound up with the very nature of
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    • in him who has artistic perception. Hence I do not think it quite superfluous
    • that he accept it as a dogma of belief, for myself I am quite clear
    • Shall it be quite unfruitful, this Spiritual Science, for life? Does
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    • growls. But let us be quite clear that those are spiritual
    • makes quite clear. And what appears now? A travelling
    • this sounds to us. But we must be quite clear that this
    • epoch from earlier epochs. Today it is quite the thing to
    • quite differently applied. Such a man had the spiritual
    • modern science it is not so. It is not nonsense at all, quite
    • must found a social order quite different from that of today,
    • flight — something quite different, therefore, from the
    • electricity. It would be quite easy to show how infinitely
    • this, as our own times clearly show. This would be quite out
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    • whole is quite clear. Mephistopheles takes Faust away to
    • 1800–1. As a quite young man Goethe began to write his
    • is quite comprehensible, that is, how he is enjoying the
    • more than 90% fluid, a column of fluid, and has in him quite
    • anointed; he wants more feels quite in his element, addresses
    • men are quite fit to join in the Walpurgis-night.
    • Mephistopheles is quite clear about such people, and
    • Goethe originally planned the whole scene quite differently
    • different souls can quite differently interpret one and the
    • turn Faust's thoughts in a quite definite direction. But here
    • that, something quite different, and to realise that much
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    • which he could lead Faust to Helen. But he was quite
    • don't go home quite absolute.” We see the connection
    • makes Mephistopheles quite sympathetic and kindly. For how
    • quite worth-while for once to reflect how Goethe himself did
    • it possible to bring a quite spiritual Helen into the
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    • impregnation. One has a quite wrong and materialistically
    • Goethe quite rightly judged it fit to give out knowledge of
    • consciousness out of quite another world. But this must be
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    • repeatedly drawn attention to this from quite other. points
    • mere ‘spectre’? It, is quite clearly indicated:
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    • quite different mastery over the forces of Nature, the
    • quite other foundations than for example the bonds of blood,
    • bring in quite other impulses of evolution. Such an Hero is
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    • standpoint of art, but from quite another point of view. It
    • himself quite specially connected. If we separate man out in
    • do, we see his intense longing to gain something quite
    • But we can quite well understand if the old names earth,
    • reality, must be grasped by a quite different consciousness.
    • different consciousness, through quite different forms of
    • is quite unlike the world we see today during our waking hours
    • quite consciously — transported into an element, into a
    • ranges were formed by fire, is quite right for more ancient
    • The other animals are of quite another kind. There are
    • sleep to one less deep, and though not quite awake, are on
    • place in that lower sphere. Goethe intimates this quite
    • Homunculus will not venture into that world and says so quite
    • and down. And Goethe does not hesitate to indicate quite
    • a quite unique way. The beings whom Mephistopheles finds next
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    • this sound forth, making it all quite clear for those who
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    • understanding. nevertheless, it appears to me of quite
    • quite definite way. He either becomes a scientist, learning
    • hold them. It goes without saying that one can quite easily find
    • evolving the present form of thinking about nature, two quite
    • spiritual can be quite parable to him. For I should like to
    • garments, aid these are beliefs in limits to knowledge, quite
    • will invent a quite different collection c6 words for what du
    • something — he continues — that is quite delightful. We have
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    • conceptions adapted to a quite different state of human
    • These quite abstract explanations, all this symbolising of an
    • learning anything of the spirit by doing much that is quite
    • human being while quite a child has the closest affinity to
    • today, are quite out of the ordinary. What then does the
    • but quite real world. This is one of the most profound scenes
    • not quite reach it. This is what Goethe is wishing to tell
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    • men who when they are asleep know quite well what is actually
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    • something on the way to becoming human yet not quite
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    • things for the future, but in quite a general sense one speaks
    • still something quite different involved. Man gradually feels
    • However, one must be quite knowledgeable about all the facts
    • have experienced, in quite a different order.
    • however must then be really practiced quite systematically.
    • fantasy, but which we quite consciously determine, which is not
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    • bodies if I live in you as a false image. This is again quite
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    • Spiritual scientific knowledge is quite different to teachings
    • of this knowledge. It is quite different to merely recognise
    • spiritual knowledge. Occult science offers us quite a different
    • of beauty, that pulling out the first grey hairs seems quite
    • in the most distant past, that the earth appeared quite
    • this Atlantean time, they appear quite differently to our souls
    • impulses turned to anger it had quite a definite influence on
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    • as can accomplish this, visions of a quite distinctive
    • and he begins to receive quite consciously impressions of the
    • which even in the most profound state of slumber is not quite
    • cognisance of worlds quite other than this, then will
    • nevertheless (and indeed quite comprehensibly so) caught
    • subject is, with such persons, quite fruitless. They must first
    • ape, as we know it. The facts are quite otherwise, and
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    • standpoint. It was indeed quite true, how these people felt and
    • 13th or 14th century are quite unknown. Then it would happen
    • the dead. Then they would say to themselves, ‘Is it quite right
    • comparison. Today the thinking of many people has become quite
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    • all quite useless, in spite of the preface dealing with the
    • refuge in them, life will go on quite peacefully. But those who will
    • egotism. It is, of course, quite right to speak also of the life after
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    • It must indeed be quite clear to us that man has various kinds of
    • life is quite unaware.
    • consciousness has been purely materialistic. It is not quite accurate
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    • Certainly it is quite correct to say: ‘God rules the world.’ But in
    • been quite different, those secrets which were felt to need the
    • after all, quite easy to realise in an elementary way that spiritual
    • it to be so. You may be quite sure that there are already numbers of
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    • quite present to his consciousness, yet in the background of
    • already quite intent on the endeavour to reproduce the teachings of
    • of rendering the scriptures with quite a new eloquence, in a new
    • he was aware that he must speak in quite a special way. Fichte's whole
    • was something already quite clear to the mind of this German. But
    • skilful in making smooth gestures, but quite likely,
    • of Jena, he found himself in quite a serious dilemma through his
    • that to-day we may think quite differently as to the substance of
    • draw quite close to him. The result is that we can feel his
    • and leaving the hall. All this has the quite unusual result that we
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    • could still be sensed quite distinctly in certain farming villages as
    • Story.” The actual Christmas plays had already become quite rare,
    • still heard quite a few times these “Star-Singers”, reciting
    • villages and cities were quite different. Indeed, in the Christmas
    • must find it quite understandable that in the place of this former
    • awaken humanity quite differently to the most sobering and terrifying
    • quite primitively, yet they could speak in a very real and living way
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    • poem really is. Let us for once place this before us quite
    • this picture before us quite dispassionately, perhaps the
    • man upon earth. We need something quite different from ordinary
    • moment quite remote. Beginning then with the latter, we are told
    • earthly things, seems to the Westerner quite intelligible and
    • us once [and] for all see quite plainly how Arjuna stands there as
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    • appear to lead quite simple lives. Yes, there are many today who have
    • the pursuit of popular science, which we regard today as quite
    • strange that while for all of you it is quite natural to speak of a
    • thought that man has developed and takes quite for granted today,
    • they value is something quite different. They value their concepts
    • suggest to you that it would be quite simple for someone to come
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    • is quite easy for the materialistic science of our age to reject the
    • experience, reveals something quite different from a mere
    • experience may arise in our soul quite similar to what I have just
    • something that stands in quite a different relation to this blow of
    • feeling is quite different in its quality from any recollection out
    • have no idea that beneath the threshold of consciousness we are quite
    • dream-life, I have set before you two quite different conditions. Our
    • free ourselves from them in quite another way if we really mean to
    • quite other reasons, thinking for instance that they need meat for
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    • he could quite well accept his life as such and ask no questions.
    • realize that judgments are passed that originally are quite correct
    • productive work. From their point of view they may be quite right,
    • man is no longer quite in the position of a mere loiterer or
    • It is not quite the
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    • Western world will observe a quite definite configuration of the
    • the same things I am putting before you here. It is quite
    • self-consciousness. Meanwhile people had to live quite differently
    • then, even as external experience is quite different between the
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    • imperceptibly at first, then ever more definitely, and at last quite
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    • being perceptible in their essence there is quite another reason why
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    • permeates the souls of these nineteenth century men quite
    • quite misunderstanding what the West actually contains. A
    • something quite different. When we today go through our occult
    • of the ideas, were experienced quite differently by the men of that
    • though it is quite possible to translate tamas as “darkness.”
    • not quite justified, for the simple reason that if someone said,
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    • in whom he may believe; he is quite prepared to believe in them, but
    • his eyes. Such are tamas men in a certain conscious sense, and quite
    • been not quite comfortable to belong to that spiritual movement that
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    • Anyone who tries quite seriously to work through the experiences
    • quite special experiences which can have a dismaying, revolutionary
    • shocks pass quite naturally over the soul when the whole course of
    • is experienced in a quite definite manner, but for unmediated vision
    • prepared to set aside his own opinions and to observe quite
    • transformed. In the first place there will be a quite new mode of
    • futile. It is a futility to which all souls quite naturally give way;
    • ordinary life. In a certain respect it is something quite terrifying.
    • the Initiated a mere means to an end. Let us try now to be quite clear
    • him. He has worked his way through to the moment where something quite
    • Thou art alone in the world. Thou art quite alone in the world. And
    • that he has brought with him a certain power. It is perhaps quite
    • quite terrifying, because two things are entirely lacking from them.
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    • experiences something different, but he experiences it in a quite new
    • There, events occur in two apparently quite separate domains. In one
    • experience is, he must adopt quite different habits of thought. A few
    • acquires for the ascent into the higher worlds. Quite definite
    • of any superstition, but from that of quite empirical observation, he
    • Earth's vegetation changes in the usual way. Quite similar are the
    • for these, quite independently of the Sun's position, are outside his
    • quite special and important experience in the Mysteries. It was
    • spiritual worlds — one must be quite clear about that.
    • the quite different nature of the spiritual world as compared with the
    • experienced. at a quite definite stage of the Mysteries. From this
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    • quite numerous beings; Zarathustra gave them the name of
    • quite apparent to the seer, as it was to the Egyptian soul who was
    • out from the Being with whom you are united, you are now in a quite
    • worlds, his feelings were quite similar to those of a present-day man,
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    • place in a quite special way through the fact that those inspiring
    • exercise on man a very great influence in a quite special way. While
    • soul. That is why so many people in modern times feel (and quite
    • quite real in the middle of the Middle Ages, Klingsor, the Duke of
    • Consider what people have been learning for quite a long time now and
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    • Philosopher's Stone. It is spoken of as something quite real and the
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    • The process of Western Initiation is quite different. Eastern
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    • Occultism has quite another conception of the Gospel of St. John.
    • Dionysos of the Ancient Mysteries to whom quite a different
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    • accustom ourselves to quite a different mode of vision. To begin with,
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    • At night, the astral body functions in quite a different way. It no
    • It is quite different in the case of an initiated disciple. He
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    • consciously in the world of thought, quite independently of the actual
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    • evolutionary sense, are to be taken quite literally. To breathe is to
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    • consciousness is quite different, inasmuch as in our age it is
    • A consciousness which repeats the third stage but retains the acquired quality of objectivity. Images have definite colours and are realised as being quite distinct from the perceiver. The subjective sense of attraction or repulsion vanishes. In this new imaginative consciousness, the faculty of reason that has been acquired in the physical world retains its own powers.
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    • their next incarnation, inner qualities which are quite different.
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    • feelings were quite different from ours. Whereas modern astronomy is
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    • there is quite a different standpoint. One learns that there
    • astral vision is something quite different from physical
    • these religious texts quite literally if we want to attain
    • things quite well with the help of what I said up to now. In
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    • spiritual and original aim. He gazes into a quite new, world.
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    • groups we meet with quite different stages of initiation. But
    • meaning of ordinary life. It could be quite easy for someone
    • Theosophy would be quite wrong to undertake an intellectual
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    • eighteenth century, on a quite unnoticed occasion, an Initiate made
    • quite slowly.
    • dimmed and dulled. To grasp theosophical truths a man must be quite as
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    • tells us quite rightly how the two natures appeared to Hercules in the
    • The pupil learns to recognise the spiritual world through a quite definite
    • what actually happened in space; it is something quite different. When
    • only those given in the past, but quite new ones. They are not repetitions
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    • or a saint such as St. Francis of Assisi, things are quite different.
    • and quoting the real H.P.B. but her astral corpse. It is quite
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    • returns to the Earth only when he will find quite new conditions and
    • the world quite different from the picture which prevails today among
    • quite new things and makes them his own.
    • fell on the Earth under quite different conditions as time went on.
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    • of the physical plane, we are quite justified in saying that man has
    • the beings who live on the Earth. On the astral plane things are quite
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    • the etheric and astral bodies quite unmolested and to rely on everything
    • him are behaving. Aristotle was quite right in saying that man is the
    • find such comparisons, relevant to the highest questions. But quite
    • quite naturally, so that the child will believe before it has knowledge
    • people who write and pass judgments are quite immature. You have to
    • your own; before then it is quite impossible. From the fourteenth to
    • his own karma quite alone. If he can do this, what place is there for
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    • ago the occult teacher had a quite different task. He had to concern
    • can take pains to instil quite specific habits. Whatever the etheric
    • the change in the meaning of the word you can see that something quite
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    • appears quite late, and in the language of the earlier Greeks no word
    • quite right. This feeling became more and more definite in the course of
    • and the Earth itself, were quite different. There was a time when none
    • man, though in a quite different form, was already there. His physical
    • There are quite enough souls streaming in from other directions to
    • scholarship gives a quite false picture. The Manicheans are supposed
    • quite radically those who by nature are wholly evil. And then the
    • transformed evil will become a quite special good. The power to effect
    • was quite different in earlier times; only by relating the present to the
    • eyes he always lagged behind. He could have achieved something quite
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    • like our present-day mineral kingdom would be quite wrong. On Saturn
    • solution: this has been discovered only quite recently.
    • forms were quite different from those we know today.
    • first time what our early forefathers expressed quite simply in names,
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    • a quite different process prevailed in those times. The whole of the
    • and men — demi-gods. They became quite especially important for
    • of the head and forehead was quite different; the forehead was much
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    • feeling quite different from our own. The Atlantean, too, was still
    • by a Being whose body it was. They had a quite concrete conception that
    • Copernican for the physical. In future times yet another, quite different
    • the future we shall hear something very different and stand in quite
    • this characteristic of truth, we shall acquire a quite different relation
    • forms. And we shall then look at modern humanity in a quite different
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    • our manner of perception in dreams is quite different from that of ordinary
    • for life. Quite often dreams of this sort go unheeded because we fail
    • entry into a new but quite specific state of consciousness is marked
    • derive from yourself alone. They need not be important; quite insignificant
    • The occultist must do this quite consciously. For instance, if someone
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    • quite well for a time, because its people would continue to live in
    • vision which will quite certainly come: he sees himself washing the
    • of the Crucifixion. A new and quite definite feeling must be developed.
    • He then comes to look quite objectively on the body he carries with
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    • but that is quite wrong: after all, Copernicus dedicated his book to
    • the Pope! It is only in quite recent times that this conflict has gradually
    • of our own soul-life. But we must make it quite clear to ourselves that
    • self-development, and the more attention you pay to quite insignificant
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    • of two distinct circles of spiritual work. This is of quite special
    • It must be quite clear why we have structured it in this way.
    • It is quite another
    • the Movement for Religious Renewal. Something quite special will
    • out quite concretely. Therefore I would like to ask you from the very
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    • own way was pathological. Since it is quite obvious to anyone with
    • even form quite lively thoughts. For thoughts depend, in the main,
    • person develops further; then something quite special appears. The
    • be quite amazed at what such a person will confess. Priests may
    • quite unable at the present time to find their way in the
    • physical-sense world, quite unable to be the sort of human being that
    • experience. They say, for instance, when they are still quite young,
    • the ego organization and astral body are quite coarse and yet they
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    • expression is not quite exact — into a feeling of bliss. Then
    • quite another direction than would normally be the case. The physical
    • more complicated, possessing this physical body from quite another
    • thousand years later. Time is measured quite differently in the
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    • quite different to a child than to an adult. This fact is never
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    • be pathological but are in fact something quite different, something
    • begin to talk about something quite foreign to what one is asking.
    • that something quite different happens. I shall have to describe it
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    • In this respect they have advanced quite a little. Clever,
    • karma quite clearly. He has to keep a dog. He is a fantastic person.
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    • conditions, one would get quite different results.
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    • quite a different character. On the one hand we can say the spiritual
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    • science are quite passive, inactive, idle. This lack of creative
    • changing in a time sequence from one to the other is quite healthful.
    • within the human organism of which we are quite unaware. We carry
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    • methods (although, of course, quite different in form) and the
    • degree, one sees at once that death is quite different in character.
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    • It must be quite clear why we have structured it in this way.
    • It is quite another
    • the Movement for Religious Renewal. Something quite special will
    • out quite concretely. Therefore I would like to ask you from the very
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    • own way was pathological. Since it is quite obvious to anyone with
    • even form quite lively thoughts. For thoughts depend, in the main,
    • person develops further; then something quite special appears. The
    • be quite amazed at what such a person will confess. Priests may
    • quite unable at the present time to find their way in the
    • physical-sense world, quite unable to be the sort of human being that
    • experience. They say, for instance, when they are still quite young,
    • the ego organization and astral body are quite coarse and yet they
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    • expression is not quite exact — into a feeling of bliss. Then
    • quite another direction than would normally be the case. The physical
    • more complicated, possessing this physical body from quite another
    • thousand years later. Time is measured quite differently in the
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    • quite different to a child than to an adult. This fact is never
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    • be pathological but are in fact something quite different, something
    • begin to talk about something quite foreign to what one is asking.
    • that something quite different happens. I shall have to describe it
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    • In this respect they have advanced quite a little. Clever,
    • karma quite clearly. He has to keep a dog. He is a fantastic person.
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    • science are quite passive, inactive, idle. This lack of creative
    • changing in a time sequence from one to the other is quite healthful.
    • within the human organism of which we are quite unaware. We carry
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    • degree, one sees at once that death is quite different in character.
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    • we shall become thoroughly convinced that it would be quite wrong to
    • Hebrew tongue, a language which works upon the soul quite differently
    • arose out of psychic conditions quite different from those of
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    • warmth. Let us get hold of that quite clearly. The Genesis account
    • and life ethers. In order to be quite sure that nothing is left vague
    • creation gives us, quite in accordance with the facts, what we must
    • evolutions, I quite deliberately and scrupulously ignored anything
    • was able to discover quite independently of that ancient record. But
    • ancient times needed quite a different kind of feeling from what we
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    • For example we should be quite justified in raising the question in
    • in the recapitulation also. Thus, quite rightly, in the first verse
    • physical body is quite different in sleep, when the astral body with
    • acting from without. Hence it is quite in accordance with the facts
    • too, quite in accordance with the facts. When you turn to the
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    • the Elohim. Up to the present we have, from quite a different
    • masses into cloud. I know quite well that the modern physicist cannot
    • strikes a match. Quite different forces are at work when the element
    • part, the style is quite different. It is not possible that the same
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    • would be quite wrong for Johannes Thomasius to regard this as
    • arose were in the main quite different from the objects of our
    • quite wrong; at any rate that would be the case to begin with. What is
    • one's own inner being. Such an organic consciousness was quite
    • be taken quite seriously. All man's organs have been formed by
    • it. So all the other planets, including the sun, were quite
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    • us when we are asleep, though the astral form is now quite different
    • emphasise that it would be quite wrong to believe that you would have
    • influence given from quite a different aspect. But when we have come
    • cloud formation something quite different from the formation of water
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    • had quite another spiritual ring than has the mere echo left us in our
    • translation. It sounded quite different then. Paul sought continually
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    • thinking — was already active, we must be quite clear that in
    • intercourse had quite a different character. What these Beings
    • look back to the Mystery of Golgotha in a quite different way from
    • knowledge not otherwise accessible. An attempt was made in quite
    • quite evident that there can be no question of inaugurating a new
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    • the forms in which, in the cultural development of our day, we quite
    • quite unmistakably how in the soul of Richard Wagner himself the
    • the Atlantic Ocean. In those times the face of the earth was quite
    • have been quite different from the soul-life of Post-Atlantean
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    • now and will be announced in the future. It is quite appropriate that
    • sheer fantasy; and quite natural also that, to begin with, many people
    • remind them of him. But, quite a long time — many, many months
    • difficulties. To begin with it is very easy to say: Yes, this is quite
    • meeting with death when quite unprepared, that he would like to be
    • of soul; quite different times are coming for mankind.” And among
    • dead. But now our dead leave us in quite another sense; they disappear
    • remember what happened to him then; so it seems quite comprehensible
    • now receive its truths from only quite a few people, the situation
    • brought about through quite special circumstances, and we shall come
    • man's nature quite special forces of the etheric body will make
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    • quite other knowledge and forces from those we acquire here in our
    • have the general human physical character. That you are quite definite
    • we must insert our psychic-spiritual essence into all these quite
    • quite clear to us, and then we shall be able to form an idea of what
    • ticket for some place or another. His reason functions quite normally.
    • At the intervening stations he does everything necessary, in quite a
    • his mind and reason quite in order. Then comes a moment when he knows:
    • it suddenly came back to him who he was. The interval was passed quite
    • do not regard things quite objectively, but see all that has borne
    • And in the time between your sleeping and waking — quite
    • and waking in quite a different fashion at what they have absorbed.
    • children who are quite normal, who have no prominent spiritual life,
    • But if he has passed this thirty-fifth year then it is quite
    • reflected in the retrospective life-picture. If one dies quite in
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    • in a rare, objective, quite impersonal manner, both in narrower and
    • her. We are sure that in her case we may quite specially emphasise the
    • our last lecture — urges us quite specially to investigate what
    • that, let us say, which in quite a different manner, runs its course
    • quite foreign to the world-culture up above, but which they carried so
    • heads, the Romans, who behaved quite differently from the first
    • after death; while now on the other side a quite different point of
    • plane. These two points of view are quite independent of each other
    • tableau. You must quite clearly understand what a man there really
    • There now follows the quite different life which occupies a third of
    • becomes quite different. Certainly the power of knowing oneself as an
    • appears something quite peculiar, to which man has first to accustom
    • himself, because the whole method of perceiving in that world is quite
    • this is quite reversed in Kamaloka life, in which we live our life
    • perhaps feel sorry for the dead man, but that is quite uncalled for;
    • right manner. We must be quite clear that each following incarnation
    • they might perhaps have been able to do something else quite as well.
    • In short, people are quite different one from another in reference to
    • are in a quite different position from those who die after the age of
    • thereby receive a quite definite mission in his next life. These
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    • that we live here on earth as human beings in a quite definite epoch
    • in a position to fill out his physical body in quite a different
    • why the Greek as a sculptor was in a position to create quite
    • With reference to the astral body something quite different holds
    • torn out of their connection with the physical body, in quite a
    • that this life-picture has a quite special characteristic. It has the
    • in quite a different way through the gates of death, if he is
    • brings something quite different into the spiritual world from what he
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    • is quite different to our psychic gaze. We then hold thoughts in us,
    • although it cannot enter the sphere of our vision; but there is quite
    • is quite near them, but in order to perceive it, they must exert inner
    • spiritual world. And, as a rule, this comes from quite a different
    • appears, apparently from quite a different quarter, a picture, an
    • quite natural for a man to stand in that sort of relation to what
    • because we are quite unaware of it, but we can at least form some idea
    • may be quite possible that we absolutely cannot avoid this; and if we
    • us in quite an easy and popular form. For example, a person has come
    • ought to be books quite easy to read.’ To this I had to answer
    • — and quite correctly: ‘Why should one prevent these people
    • gradually to acquire ideas of a world quite different from the
    • course. We call this growing old for the quite trivial reason that
    • old. Now with the etheric body the case is really quite different. Our
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    • To-day I should like to add to our considerations a quite special
    • occasion to remember in a quite special manner the words spoken by
    • A quite remarkable connection is described in this novel, and we must
    • secrets of nature by means of reflection, but by quite different
    • world comes to us through grace, we then behold nature quite
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    • produced. It is quite a correct premise that the world, as man has it
    • not only organs of sight, hearing, touch, taste, but quite different
    • would then perceive the world quite differently with this sense from
    • naturally sees this outer world materialistically in our epoch, quite
    • substantives are not reality: neither are adjectives. That is quite
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    • descriptions, however, have arisen in quite another way than by
    • Seemingly quite separated beings carry out a
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    • bones: hammer, anvil and stirrup — quite minute bones. Hearing
    • at it long enough and let it work upon us quite exclusively there
    • then experiences this soul. A sensitive plant's consciousness is quite
    • consciousness can direct the means. Blavatsky says quite rightly: ‘A
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    • continue, the air would soon be quite full of carbonic acid. But the
    • In earlier times the appearance of the Earth was quite different from
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    • undefined, but one must conceive something quite definite underlying
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    • physical plane only, and to this extent their theory is quite correct,
    • were quite different from what they are now. One would for instance be
    • reincarnated today he must as a child learn quite other things. As a
    • later and quite different woman's movement. In the future, sex
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    • shines out. This is especially the case with quite young children who
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    • physical but in its very nature this is something quite different from
    • find oxygen and hydrogen but they look quite different from when we
    • known in quite another way. The occult investigator made his
    • can only remain in Devachan for quite a short time. The part of the
    • been completely worked through. Then, after quite a short time,
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    • quite other personalities made the history of Europe, but seen from
    • was quite natural. They were not able to speak about it. But for all
    • Through Vedana something quite new again arises, that is, longing for
    • Eventually however, quite personal forces appear which draw him back
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    • With this, something else is connected. When we act we stand quite
    • alone behind our actions. When we speak we are not quite alone in our
    • behind us. Just as truly as the words we utter are imprinted quite
    • When we think, we are seemingly quite alone within ourselves;
    • reached a higher stage. This is the pre-requisite for a quite new kind
    • Christian religion calls Him the Word. Here something quite exact and
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    • something quite peculiar would have occurred. He would thereby have
    • This astral body with the etheric body was then of quite another
    • upright posture, the formation of the head, quite open in front, out
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    • it is brought about intentionally, produces a quite definite effect on
    • quite normal in human development. In the normal way the following
    • in quite another way, as a gazing into the future, a fore-knowledge.
    • important signpost pointing to quite definite connections in
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    • of what is to come. Here something quite specific can occur: one can
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    • mankind. But it is not quite easy to answer, for what we today call
    • dying is directly connected with the fact that we stand at a quite
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    • On the Earth everything developed quite gradually, so that mankind,
    • now lives on the Earth, dwelt on the Sun. The beings were then quite
    • being on a higher level than the Moon-men, and they developed to quite
    • grotesque forms were able to live on the quite differently constituted
    • very poorly endowed human bodies and also others quite devoid of
    • this, his power does not suffice. Quite alone, it would be impossible
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    • Africa, Asia and Australia. There we come into times with quite other
    • a quite different nature.
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    • mediums this comes about in an abnormal manner and quite remarkable
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    • air, something which stands in a quite external relationship to what
    • his ether body that the conditions of Atlantis had become quite
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    • seventies quite definite battles took place in the astral world which
    • quite definite forms which work disturbingly in human life just in the
    • animals. A quite different process took the place of the breathing
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    • by following a diet consisting exclusively of milk. They are quite
    • for certain that when they only take milk they then develop quite
    • Moon. Man then stood at quite a different stage of development. He
    • wine was still something quite secular. Only gradually did it find its
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    • Europe and here there developed a quite different teaching. Groups of
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    • quite clearly in external appearance. People in whom the ego
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    • the ground when the matter is more deeply understood. Quite apart
    • without bias or preconceptions, we find that it develops quite
    • investigator discovers from quite another side.
    • It is quite easy to say: How is it possible to speak of an animal
    • talked about in the abstract, it is quite clear that the very way a
    • but enters human existence from quite another side and when what man
    • investigation relies on direct vision and can bring from quite
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    • This is quite different
    • these forces clearly arising in man again in a quite characteristic
    • quite different from the ordinary one. And the following will make
    • which is quite obvious; then a definite way of thinking and a certain
    • animal shows itself quite incapable of taking things in, in the way
    • sound. We should be able indeed to picture quite vividly this
    • quite another way. For in the timbre of the sound character there is
    • is in a quite different situation where the realization of a concept
    • development of a concept is quite a different story from the means of
    • quite clear that the sense for these laws of the spirit, expressed,
    • article “Heartbeat and Pulsation,” in which quite
    • connection it is quite comprehensible that modern investigations into
    • necessarily be quite immaterial whether a wheel was used as a child's
    • material. We seek to use words in quite different ways according to
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    • another form. It is, however, necessary to be quite clear about the
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    • what I am now saying represents the reality is quite beside the point;
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    • qualities, too, are revealed to us in a quite different guise. If,
    • earth by means of the senses. It is quite understandable that he
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    • observation, the rock-crystal as a conceptual entity is quite
    • It can be observed quite exactly, if one is properly equipped for such
    • to men with the aid of a quite different human make-up. It is, of
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    • with quite a small circle of which only a few have remained faithful
    • arise that it was quite in accordance with the laws of human evolution
    • looks back into ancient Greece it becomes quite a different matter. It
    • Greek life appears in quite a different light, and human and divine
    • might be called the divine enlightenment of everyday life seems quite
    • For we can already perceive the beginning of a quite new humanity
    • Greek. Something quite special appears, too, when we allow the
    • were quite different from what they afterward became. We have been
    • with our reason. We feel today, in quite a distinct way, that our soul
    • quite honestly and sincerely. It is the independent force, the
    • presenting the matter out of himself, quite freely, by means of his
    • anyone was ever to do anything but repeat quite literally what has
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    • mysteries of Greece, to which we referred from a quite different
    • use of another quite different in character.
    • and the corresponding physical sense organs. These things are quite
    • are entering from quite another world by way of initiation, this we
    • and quite wrong ideas may be formed about them. But in the course of
    • initiated like other initiates, of Whom it would be quite meaningless
    • is no hindrance. But it is quite different in the case of Christ. I
    • initiation was lived out in quite a different way from that of other
    • higher. Nothing is gained by such classification; that is quite beside
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    • All this becomes quite different the moment the higher, super-sensible
    • quite real and actual, a spiritual reality. Lucifer, for instance,
    • to hate. Hate shows itself in this member of the etheric body in quite
    • the character of the man's desires. We know quite well, for instance,
    • that a piece of veal will call up quite different cravings in two
    • before him. But this resistance works quite differently in the
    • ugliness, quite in place in the world of the senses, can really no
    • much in its whole mode of feeling must undergo a change. It is quite
    • proof that it is also a good being; it may even be quite an evil being
    • help it? Seeing it thus in the world of the senses we should be quite
    • form of an angel; this is quite possible in super-sensible worlds.
    • before me in a quite different form, but, by permeating myself with
    • illusion must be dealt with in quite a different way from what is
    • quite hideous. We do not arrive at this point simply by turning upside
    • quite easy to say such a thing, easy to hear and easy to grasp it in
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    • take on quite another significance and a different kind of value
    • it is quite inappropriate to apply the usual rather unsympathetic
    • A thought may now occur to you that is quite natural but nevertheless
    • spiritual world. Pictorially speaking, that is quite correct.
    • something quite definite to enter it. It is necessary for these things
    • deal. A quite definite state of soul, produced by oneself, must come
    • because the super-sensible world has many more sides and quite
    • physical world. In the ordinary sensory existence it is quite
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    • quite wrong to imagine that there one went about looking at the beings
    • in which they live. You share their life, all the time knowing quite
    • the words of Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita. Quite a new light floods
    • quite natural for us to be placed into the temporal, whereas in the
    • Real meaning lies in something quite different. What underlies
    • cleavage, and quite calmly says to himself: “Only now are you
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    • itself offers — in all this we may, indeed, look for quite
    • super-sensible world, we find his particular attributes are quite
    • quite different comes into consideration. What men experience
    • quite naturally and comprehensibly, and would like to take as much as
    • quite well take with them into spiritual life all that is in sensory
    • us that we should feel in this way. There we feel quite differently,
    • that in my new life I will be quite incapable of painting. By not
    • significance. Quite different forces are active in our life between
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    • As we said yesterday, they are indeed quite different from the world
    • to grasp all that he is offered. In the life of the senses it is quite
    • understanding of them, even though one is quite incapable of seeing
    • Mohammad, or Confucius. Everywhere we see that, quite as a matter of
    • of values, his quite individual way of facing things objectively.
    • perception, he comes into touch with quite another world, that of
    • disguised fear and dread of truth. This is said quite dispassionately,
    • quite oblivious of it; in fact, they have their night-caps on! Many do
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    • remain quite dull simply because we have not educated our feeling to
    • seen quite correctly what he did see, according to the purpose in him
    • the case that the spiritual observer sees quite clearly that when for
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    • leaving the body and of entering the spiritual world, a way quite
    • the manner I have just described, he comes out of it quite
    • experience it quite inwardly, but it has to be expressed in the words
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    • Something quite unique appears when we observe the process of
    • it, while quartz is quite transparent and pure. In the same way our
    • which is behind the feeling in quite a different manner. That which
    • then we find that they perceived quite differently. Of course they
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    • Now matters are quite different
    • something quite definite. In the spiritual world it is not a case of
    • own spiritual development that at certain times he was able quite
    • method of thought. That is quite impossible.
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    • canst only see quite clearly the effect of a lie in the cosmos. What
    • standpoint of life is really quite different from what it can be in
    • worlds. Before such a person can see the matter quite clearly, he has
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    • quite a different relationship to one another. But first they have to
    • picture, we shall arrive at quite a new relationship to the outer
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    • — certainly, in a quite different way — in the
    • life on earth in a quite special situation. Nothing else in earthly
    • person — quite understandably — to seek in spiritual life
    • though it may suppose itself to be doing something quite different
    • quite contrary to the spirit of Christ Jesus, who lived and stood for
    • Golgotha that was quite proper; now it is a reversion. This must be
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    • for long ages the crystal retains, quite of itself, its existing
    • in the earth. This leads us to look at objects in a way quite
    • And we can quite well incorporate as a reality in social life
    • the soul-world. In a quite inward way these forces play from soul to
    • quite different character. In economic life the single man works for
    • quite distinctive ways to the super-sensible world, which — as I
    • are quite alone, when we are thrown back entirely on ourselves, that
    • their spiritual forces unfolding in a quite different way? Deep
    • usual, one hears that someone has said: “He speaks quite in the
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    • quite impossible. Through all that lives and works in the Physics and
    • derived from a realm which, to begin with, is quite away from outer
    • it. So we ourselves do something quite apart from Nature and then
    • get to know in quite external ways, namely a weight. In the last
    • us, in effect, from quite another side — and, to begin with, in
    • wherever we can find so many single points from which quite definite
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    • hand it is no less significant that we must have recourse to quite
    • Till we take steps to understand it, it will however be quite
    • m? The physicists are generally quite unconscious of what
    • phoronomical unites, as it were, quite neutrally with our
    • in our consciousness quite neutrally. The moment we go beyond this,
    • space. Manifestly we then come into quite another relation to the
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    • cornea, — a man in his bodily nature is quite of a piece with
    • a quite external and objective kind of fluid. The lens too is still
    • as we have seen, they are quite different. The lens is formed more
    • will discover that this is being done with quite a number of the
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    • study such a phenomenon quite exactly. Suppose I have two mirrors and
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    • to all these other things. Please, once again, only think quite
    • v, which as a rule is not regarded as being quite so real
    • latter whizzes past us. This is quite different from the Kantian
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    • 16th century, has quite lost hold of this difference. The
    • however that you face the difference, quite obviously given in point
    • is placed in the totality of Nature in quite another way. The only
    • sound. For this field of phenomena it is quite patent: vibrations are
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    • Now we can also experience ourselves quite consciously in the airy
    • of light, inasmuch as we ourselves partake in this element. Quite
    • cerebrospinal fluid, which is quite clearly an image of my whole
    • come to imagine that the light is there at work quite outside us;
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    • like, and another string attuned to it — or even quite a
    • quite candid and to say: I, as physicist, am not proposing to
    • what appears in quite another part of our body, namely in the
    • of speaking, — its instruments quite obviously inserted into
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    • really be distinguished from one-another and are not yet quite
    • quite akin to the spreading of waves, or to what could be imagined
    • something quite different after all? In course of time the
    • their turn, quite of their own accord. It is their own inherent
    • somewhere in Nature — of a quite universal phenomenon which
    • recently been saying is quite true — very true indeed.
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    • changes into helium, for example; so it becomes something quite
    • processes outside are governed by quite another geometry, and it is
    • movement. We have quite other categories of thought to go on when
    • You unite it with the external phenomena, but you are quite
    • realms. Man of today can dream quite nicely, thinking out
    • of which can of course be demonstrated by quite external methods.
    • and concentrated etheric-astral part of your being. It is quite
    • including the soul and spirit of the human being, it will be quite
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • dogmas, but refer, quite simply at first, to matters which everybody
    • hitherto quite unknown to him. Do not say at once that this may be a
    • Now this state of ecstasy is bound up with a quite special drawback
    • deeply into their soul-life and have quite definite experiences,
    • something quite different. If, for example, a normal man — one
    • mystical deepening will have a quite different feeling. Such a man
    • acting; he acts as if under quite different influences. For many
    • the life of day. We do this under quite special circumstances. During
    • may be characterised quite simply in the following way. The world we
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • Let us now consider the sleeping human being. Quite naturally, normal
    • sleep? Yes, several quite different influences can be distinguished.
    • quite different world which he normally regards today as the only one
    • And now we will think of a series of phenomena which belong to a quite
    • — If we consider, quite superficially, that Saturn is the most
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
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    • ourselves from within? We should see something quite different from
    • would be quite incapable of enabling him to endure this utterly
    • course of the year. Theoretical descriptions are quite senseless for
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 4: Faculties of the Human Soul and Their Development
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    • ‘soul’ is quite different from current ideas of it. He
    • inner life and being, he experiences something quite new about his
    • directed to such things. Have human beings not hitherto existed quite
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • quite as long as the period he previously lived through until he
    • enter existence through birth in a quite definite way. We were obliged
    • quite different being — that is the important point — and
    • himself slipping as it were into a quite different bodily sheath.
    • that the Earth itself was quite different when he was living in his
    • quite different consistency, without mineral substance. For this
    • was quite different from what it is today. We lived on a great
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 6: Experiences of Initiation in the Northern Mysteries
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    • of bliss and can distinguish this consciousness of bliss quite clearly
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 7: The Four Spheres of the Higher Worlds
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    • can distinguish ourselves with our Egohood quite clearly from objects
    • of soul, inner fire of soul, although it is not quite the same. When
    • Elementary World, and none of them need be quite wrong if he is
    • quite natural; for his temperament has a hidden kinship with
    • this question to himself quite objectively: ‘What is it in life
    • quite possible to form a sound judgment about the findings of
    • we should finally be quite unable to cope with life and its demands. I
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • the Macrocosm into the Microcosm. It is quite understandable that in
    • quite simple symbol of growth and decay.
    • dismiss them, in order then to experience something quite new, without
  • 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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    • be quite different, so that from the beginning he will enter
    • accepted that we think with the head. We have a quite different
    • quite certainly lead us into error. With ordinary intellectual
    • can tolerate that quite easily. But anyone who wants to develop the
    • same circumstances have quite different experiences. The description
    • arrive at a quite different Imagination, yet immediate feeling again
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 10: Transformation of Soul-forces and Stages in the Evolution of Physical Organs. Reading in the Akasha Chronicle.
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    • made to describe the higher worlds, it is quite understandable that
    • quite different kind of Space, one that is unknown to ordinary
    • will realise that this is quite natural. It is an actual experience,
    • more clearly articulate, the heart shows quite plainly by the
    • later stage than the heart. All this gives one a quite different
    • itself in the body, that man will also have a quite different external
    • the future who will have a quite different external appearance; his
    • upon these three states are in each case quite different.
    • system, man too would be quite different; with the transformation of
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 11: Man and Planetary Evolution
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    • even earlier incarnations? This is a quite natural question. In order
    • man's physical body is subject to quite different laws immediately the
    • do this quite independently of any outer relationship between the Sun
    • body had been as it is now! But it was quite different. The physical
    • laws quite other than those of our Earth today.
    • speaking of the Elementary world a quite different conception of
    • and circulates differently. To a sensitive observer it is quite
    • It reveals itself in a germinal state and will become something quite
    • responsibility. It may be said quite objectively that all the
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • and its phenomena in quite a different way from today and
    • Oskar Hertwig makes quite clear that he cannot approach
    • quite clearly between the lines. The opinion is spread
    • spiritual life are in fact spiritual, and therefore are quite
    • Vischer says: it is quite certain that the soul nature cannot
    • This is the point where something quite
    • but outside it. This is no doubt something that appears quite
    • notice something quite special in the life of the soul. And I
    • things turn out to be quite different from what we had
    • is concerned they are quite contradictory. In
    • become quite different. This happens, above all, when, by means
    • Here, it is true, we are entering a sphere which is quite
    • This is the way spiritual observation works. We must be quite
    • quite justified in thinking that he does not need to try
    • has shown quite clearly in an admirable article
    • in Christliche Welt how in a quite
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • heights from our newly-won viewpoint in a quite different
    • I pointed out yesterday that it is quite unjustified to
    • looks quite different from anything that can be experienced in
    • perceive in our thoughts of the sense world appears quite
    • the science of spirit has a relationship to our soul life quite
    • of doing quite different things the second or third time.
    • Experience of a spiritual nature has therefore a quite
    • nature, which we quite rightly divide into categories, if
    • become accustomed to a quite different kind
    • gives the investigator quite different problems from the person
    • abnormal in soul experience, that they are quite normal and
    • at the same time. The soul is quite different when it awakens
    • body. In this way the soul clothes these quite different kinds
    • quite the wrong path. — As I
    • that there is a succession of quite arbitrary images, but then
    • therefore quite possible to glean information from the book
    • approaches the matter from quite different viewpoints. Just
    • It has been quite rightly pointed out that it is not in
    • quite rightly as far as our ordinary consciousness is
    • outside; they just come. This may be quite right and is right
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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture III: The Science of the Spirit and Modern Questions
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    • human beings in the whole civilized world have become quite
    • quite frightening problem to those who think earnestly and who
    • necessary, because it is quite clear to an
    • modern humanity, it comes to quite different results from those
    • something quite different, quite new. In following the work of
    • something quite different. We do not meet the well-known
    • But we have to choose a quite definite starting point for this
    • acquire quite a new insight into nature and into human
    • had a quite definite idea about the relationship of the human
    • knowledge, into the super-sensible world, there arose quite
    • quite a different way of looking at our planetary system and
    • Copernican outlook, and from one point of view quite rightly
    • human souls had quite a different constitution from today.
    • which arose out of their instincts and out of quite indefinite,
    • his self-consciousness was weaker. And one quite rightly had to
    • wise leaders of the mysteries were quite rightly afraid that if
    • quite different world from the one it was accustomed to. And
    • so that today it has quite a different constitution, with the
    • arrived at quite a different form of self-consciousness
    • into a state which is on the one hand quite similar to, but on
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  • Title: Lecture: Occult Science and Occult Development
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    • structure, quite different from one of the present age.
    • science. The human physical body will be quite different when, in the
    • evening while putting his links away to think quite consciously: I am
    • meditation is not yet as it should be. It is quite natural that in
  • Title: Lecture: Christ at the Time of the Mystery of Golgotha and Christ in the Twentieth Century
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    • Mystery of Golgotha should not be regarded as an event quite separate
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture I
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    • Though he may have understood himself quite well,
    • As I said earlier, Nicholas probably understood himself quite well,
    • Neo-Platonism and Neo-Aristotelianism had attained. He was also quite
    • In Scholasticism, arising from quite another viewpoint, a gap had
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    • the eleventh or Twelfth century. It was quite different from the
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    • divorced from man, something quite inhuman. This non-human element,
    • through the lungs and quite another to follow it through the head.
    • mathematics spoke quite differently about the triangle and the
    • experience; the blood and its rhythm became something quite foreign
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    • infinity. It is after all quite without interest to a living world
    • not quite comfortable with this space, torn as it is out of man and
    • quite follow me on these points, but I cannot here expound the whole
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    • It actually took quite some time before those who thought along the
    • attention from science, had to form quite different ideas concerning
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture VI
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    • ejected from man. They had acquired a quite abstract, inanimate
    • This description of the primary and secondary qualities shows quite
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    • Awareness of one's own weight is something quite different. In
    • In physical respects you do not notice this quite so much; but you do
    • etheric body, in this subtle organism? Man experiences quite a bit in
    • Newton was still quite certain that he could assume absolute
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    • modern conceptions about nature. They were ideas of quite a different
    • calls psychology. There too, we would have to say that it is of quite
    • whole manner of thinking and feeling was quite different in former
    • and thinned out into our present quite diluted ego feeling.
    • In the Seventeenth Century, a theory arose that remains quite
    • in quite feeble neo-chemical terms, such as the vague idea of
    • forth. Quite erroneous conceptions arise as to how man's
    • Nineteenth Century he was traced back to the beast. All this is quite
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture IX
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    • present state of science. It is quite clear why this is so. We are in
    • manner of observation result quite simply from natural science. If we
    • do quite well. The physiology of today is what above all must
    • in chemistry, because these are but schemata. While they are quite
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • that the various organs are quite different in their sensitiveness to
    • You know quite well from what was made clear to you, at least to a
    • motion of these small particles. It is quite certain that under the
    • thought to be. Within a gas-filled space things are quite otherwise
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture II
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    • properly in pedagogy — and at this stage the matter is quite
    • experiments in quite different fields were carried out there,
    • 17th century, and quite simply, by saying: When heat is
    • It is quite erroneous to think that we carry our own meaning of the
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture III
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    • ordinary space, but in this other case I am quite outside of ordinary
    • theorizing, but simply keeping in mind the quite obvious facts, I can
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    • among people in general quite different from what it has now. The
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    • terrestrial-empirical person, I am quite completely a product of space
    • therefore quite definitely conditioned by them, and so are able, a
    • otherwise. In respect to mass, you are dealing with something quite
    • guards against this, but the tendency to become materialistic is quite
    • this fact. It is quite possible in this ordinary life to carry out
    • reason is that for the theoretical materialist, quite naturally, there
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture VII
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    • in another sphere, in another realm. We can learn quite a little from
    • is thought to be quite secure, because it is not realized that this is
    • For this reason we have to consider gravity as something quite
    • WÀrmenach as compared to ordinary night. It is quite
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    • otherwise have had. It is quite certain indeed, that I cannot consider
    • it. And it is quite absurd to think that the forces creating the form
    • For this manner of thinking it is quite easy to consider the perpetuum
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    • spectrum is altered by magnetic forces, it becomes quite evident that
    • developments in this field, has done quite fundamental thinking on the
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture XIII
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    • many times seen in our lives. This is that light relates itself quite
    • heat in former ages as quite different from the heat you know now.
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    • heat is bound to the ponderable matter. This is quite the opposite
    • results quite different from those attained up to the present.
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
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    • is only a quite faint reflection of its true proportions. Intuition
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • quite new to the soul. If we seek advice on this point from an
    • quite certainly cannot have occurred to us before. It is of no
    • latter, if sufficiently unfettered and unprejudiced, is also quite
    • newly-developed power of thought-content quite outside our own
    • A quite small child is an unconscious philosopher; the
    • On such lines we achieve a wakeful, but quite empty soul-life; we
    • would never through them get quite away from his organism, and so
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IV: Exercises of Cognition and Will
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    • Men were often quite unconscious of the fact that these ideas were
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • condition was quite different — times when there was no such
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VIII: The Event of Death and Its Relationship with the Christ
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    • the visionary has been turned into quite a different being.
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture X: On Experiencing the Will-Part of the Soul
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    • ground of a physical science. From this point of view this is quite
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • face of the earth was quite different when the soul incarnated for the
    • earth's aura two thousand years ago would be quite different from
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture III: The Nature and Being of Man
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    • this physical body follows laws quite other than those followed until
    • clairvoyant, however, is quite capable of doing this. The space otherwise
    • this fluctuates. The astral body is quite different. It displays the
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture V: The Physical World as an Expression of Spiritual Forces and Beings
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    • The archetype is permeated by the web of its own unrequited deeds. Thus,
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • animal-human kingdom. The forms of those animal-men were quite different
    • This animal-man form was quite different from that of man today because
    • quite different from its configuration today. When the earth emerged
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VIII: Stages in the Evolution of our Earth. Lemurian, Atlantean, Post-Atlantean Epochs.
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    • today, constructed by and controlled by man, this is something quite
    • now come to love it so dearly that he has quite forgotten his origin.
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture IX: Man's Experience after Death
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    • only since that epoch, so it is quite correct to say that jurisprudence
  • Title: The Story of the Green Serpent and the Beautiful Lily: Lecture I
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    • This had to be made quite clear to the Mystic, and this it was which
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 1: The Birth of the Light
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    • any mention of them. The custom is a quite recent phenomenon that has
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 2: The Christmas Festival as a Symbol of the Sun Victory
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    • imperishable soul, the situation was quite different from the way
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 3: Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
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    • darker and darker, until finally it was quite black. Simultaneously
    • revolution would result in the entire universe of quite unheard-of
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • of a spiritual world, but of quite definite beings and forces standing
    • self-education to a quite definite feeling with regard to the
    • quite a special mood in it. The blue disappears, and as it were, an
    • infinity arises before us, and in this infinity a quite definite mood
    • in our soul; a quite definite feeling, a quite definite perception
    • can we, since what we perceive is something quite new, find it
    • the first class of beings, which have quite a definite form, when
    • quite a distinct experience. Especially is this the case if we devote
  • Title: Lecture 2: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • perceives quite a new order of spiritual beings. The next thing which
    • us be quite clear as to how far this is the case. I have told you that
    • earth it is naturally quite different from what it is in the south.
    • understand this quite correctly, for this is extremely important. If a
    • what one has accomplished in this incarnation. This is quite natural
    • to our planet, but we feel in a quite peculiar way, that we actually
    • still do so are no longer quite believed. The poets, the artists do;
  • Title: Lecture 3: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • quite independent of his external life. This possibility confronts us
    • first veil of the external world, we meet there with beings quite
    • quite different things from those seen by a man, for instance, who
    • lives in a different part of the world. There must be quite different
    • a sense color our inner world; but we also experience something quite
    • certain coloring; — but we can also experience something quite
    • man who has had quite different experiences and perceptions from our
    • Now, however, in order to arrive at something quite free from our own
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    • vision, it is quite different. These beings also perceive and
  • Title: Lecture 5: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • by means of which they have, in a certain sense become quite
    • our earth to-day is quite different from what was presented, for
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    • explanation of events in the cosmos, without which we should be quite
    • Hierarchy have become quite different beings — Luciferic Spirits.
    • planets, proceeds from the Spirits of Form; but it is not quite
    • say, “We know quite well that we are walking on firm, solid
    • quite clear and comprehensible, the children are shown by means of a
    • arises a pretty little planetary system. Quite in the sense of the
    • senses is indeed, considered in its reality, something quite
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    • the comets. Let us be quite clear concerning the obvious fact, that to
    • which the higher bodies, the super-sensible principles, work in quite a
    • formulae, we have in its various organs, things, beings of quite
    • different value, of quite different essence, altogether of quite
    • moon is quite different from a planet or fixed star. We have already
  • Title: Lecture 8: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • same way as we do; we must be quite clear as to this. But the
    • animal and plant kingdoms would certainly have to be quite different
    • arithmetical method, a quite new concept from the cooperation of your
    • through our inner being alone, like a soul-impression; we gain a quite
    • quite different meaning in them all. I admit that the intellectual
    • thing, with a quite real thing; in which occult powers existed only
    • quite literally. Thus we can best acquire an occult impression of the
    • consider the animal, it is quite certain that we find the physical
    • quite correct, that there are certain plants which, when a little
    • various beings. A more accurate occult discernment makes this quite
  • Title: Lecture 9: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • extraordinary intelligence, a quite wonderful comprehension, so that
    • kingdom.” The point of view here involved is quite erroneous. No
    • is quite different. If we direct our gaze to the animal kingdom, we
    • differentiation in the animal kingdom; quite different from that in
    • vision perceives something quite different in one direction from what
    • forces worked down from cosmic space, which were of quite particular
    • Archangel (nations are quite different from races) we know that the
    • the same Sun which covers the Goat at another time; we must be quite
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    • quite clear as to the fact that only what we call the forms, the
    • the nature of the minerals we must be quite clear that, to physical
    • appear in certain colors; but we must be quite clear that in general
    • mineral kingdom, and let us be quite clear that this pure form
    • been produced quite directly — not through the constellation but through
    • by occult investigation as quite separate, outside the mineral; but it
    • flowed from the moon to the earth from quite a different quarter, and
    • and evil does not refer to moral good and evil; that belongs to quite
    • open. This must be taken quite literally. Before Lucifer approached
    • own, only that reflected as sunlight. Quite normal Spirits of Wisdom
    • verus Luciferus,” may be understood. It does not sound quite
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    • stated. But it is necessary to penetrate quite deeply into these
    • order to make this quite clear to us it is especially indicated that
    • consciousness of present-day man. Quite terrible wrongs are being
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture I: The Path through the Gospels and The Path of Inner Experience
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    • science, quite apart from the Gospels, all that has taken place in
    • find what is contained in the Gospels, quite independently of
    • the other knows it quite as well as he. What must reasonably be
    • are reminded that our Ego-development proceeds quite separately from
    • development of man would today proceed quite otherwise — namely
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    • all flowed out of initiation, we must be quite clear that we cannot
    • this religion are quite clear about the following: That there once
    • true understanding of this death can be won only if we make quite
    • Through initiation these initiates had made quite clear to their
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    • word “mission” is perhaps not quite the correct
    • Beside Savonarola we can place another figure, quite different
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    • are something quite different in the pre-earthly life and in the
    • pre-earthly existence. We do not quite rightly understand the earthly
    • of soul. Just imagine quite truly that we could experience at the
    • beings of that time knew quite clearly that with the earthly existence
    • Golgotha it was quite clear that with the ancient civilization, the
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    • by no means an unpleasing relic, quite the contrary, and in many
    • districts, quite a different style in the journals and even in the
    • heart-quality and are quite consciously striven for just because of
    • is quite out of place in face of the spiritual, and altogether out of
    • observation and experiment quite logically; who does not pass from
    • asked today quite from the external aspect: Why have you come here
    • all, it is quite a different matter if in earlier centuries —
    • are of quite a different inner make-up from those who were born even
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    • now I want to speak of something quite different, but gradually
    • beginning of our era were able to feel quite differently from the
    • ago all this was quite a matter of course. Today a great deal is said
    • that an event could be of such significance! Quite a different kind
    • Christ away from Jesus pass as the greatest theologians today. Quite
    • something quite different from what they ought to hear. They hear
    • speaks quite differently from the way in which people speak elsewhere
    • Because in reality he is seeking for something quite different.
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    • regard to modern thinking, materialism is quite right, but it is not
    • preserved some of the older kind of thinking) has quite definite
    • framework it becomes. The portly banker becomes quite an
    • did this in one of my last Oxford lectures, and to make myself quite
    • against what I have said, but what they attack is always quite new to
    • presented and accepted as Anthroposophy is quite different from what
    • defense of it — quite materialistically, un-spiritually,
    • is what I wanted to say quite clearly, my dear friends, that in what
    • Quite happily the most materialistic ideas were being introduced into
    • would have been quite in accordance with the times. When someone
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    • since the end of the last century are faced with quite a different
    • But he was also quite clear that when views on natural science were
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    • said about moral intuitions was no longer quite true. It was said:
    • in this connection the following presents itself quite clearly to our
    • is quite dead by the time of puberty. It is then the corpse of living
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    • If nothing of this consciousness exists there is quite a different
    • riddle which one approaches in quite a different way from what is
    • something quite different. It really says: Man! look around you at
    • There is quite a short formula for the indication. We can say: All
    • religious impulses. In quite another way, for we must strive to gain
    • world-riddle, we take our place in the world quite differently from
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    • generation was quite new upon the scene in human evolution. But this
    • if one were talking of something quite foreign to them, something
    • century, derived a quite special character — the character of
    • unhealthy forces. I am not calling them unhealthy. They are quite
    • Quite apart from the fact that in these writings there is still the
    • themselves in a way that even outwardly was quite remarkable. It was
    • of this we can be quite certain — all the thirty invisible
    • these thirty invisible, super-sensible beings are, in fact, quite
    • of soul, it was sheer narcotics! It would really be quite good to
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    • quite unintelligible. But at that time it was self-understood that
    • teaching quite apart from the personality of the teacher. We drag in
    • teacher coming into play, and his good side is quite unable to unfold
    • was an extraordinary personality who held a quite irregular diploma.
    • quite an appalling amount! I will assume the existence of a very
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    • the young quite as a matter of course pay tribute to maturity and
    • Grecian times quite other concepts must be used. Nietzsche felt this.
    • quite different from what it later became. But I only want to mention
    • forty-second, thirty-fifth years can recognize quite well: At that
    • be read quite differently from other books, that it must be read in
    • into can be described quite concretely. Between the ninth and tenth
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    • alike. It would be quite a thing — so say people today —
    • develop. So we must be quite clear upon this point: we cannot cram
    • something quite different in ten or twenty years. If we give him
    • that it would quite drown their own manhood, and by a second
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    • past, and this is of quite recent date — in fact, it entered
    • quite new conditions in human evolution, conditions difficult to
    • instance which quite obviously belongs to the head. Those who do not
    • quite new relation between man and man. Do not think that we must
    • They can be pictured quite clearly. One need only supplement the
    • now let me tell you quite frankly when the great step forward in
    • education be taken quite naturally.
    • what to modern people appears quite horrible. They have spoken, for
    • box can be dispensed with.” But the actors were quite terrified
    • conducted according to quite sound principles, although they are
    • see, theoretically it is all quite clear, and theoretically people
    • opinion of the present-day. But in practice it is quite good if there
    • view this was correct — quite definitely so. But picture this
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    • of intellectualism. Nowadays the dragon has become quite external.
    • the dragon receives his life out of a world quite different from that
    • quite empty, must be overcome. The age of Michael who conquers the
    • supposed to come into these theses must be quite mechanical. The aim
    • the spiritual world. And learning, knowledge, will acquire a quite
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    • their brains will be constructed in a way that is quite different from
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    • But this sort of conclusion was something quite self-evident for an
    • Thus a quite obvious fact shows that we have to take into
    • way up to our time. But it will no longer do in our time, and quite
    • concept of god took on a quite particular form. If one takes into
    • centuries, one will become aware of the fact that a quite definite
    • evolution at which the human being is today, although in quite
    • appearance quite different from ours, for there were quite different
    • truth, quite apart from the fact that false sentimentality might find
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    • times, quite particularly in the Indian culture, but which had been
    • true knowledge of man himself. “Blood is quite a special
    • thing; quite another is the course which the evolution of mankind
    • smiling; for, if something similar occurs today, we behave in quite
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    • AT THE PRESENT time of severe trials it must be quite natural to
    • would be quite different from what it is today. This knowledge, then,
    • intercourse with the dead matters are reversed. They are quite
    • of falling asleep are of a quite special character. But in order to
    • Now we know that quite a number of people will become convinced
    • person over a deceased child, one will find it something quite
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    • things appear quite different from the way they appear in the
    • through a quite definite spiritual event which I should like to
    • middle of that century had not quite been reached, the Archangel
    • prejudice to the politicians. Reality, however, is quite different. We
    • quite definite effect.
    • Naturally, quite a number of people knew the “aspect of the
    • time quite a number of people who knew that such a significant event
    • standpoint. And at what conclusion does he arrive? Quite factually, in
    • not find it dreadful at all. I think it is self-evident and quite
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    • contemporaries are becoming aware of quite definite, and most
    • inadequate methods of knowledge, of a matter that quite
    • that she loved him best; but she was not quite clear about
    • back quite naturally into the house she had just left. Further
    • love to her. Quite a “remarkable case,” as you
    • certain Adler. This Adler takes a quite different
    • was another urge that played quite as important a role in the
    • That is quite reasonable; it is sometimes one way and
    • childhood. I have cited an example which plays quite a role in
    • psychoanalyst seeks all sorts of expedients, sometimes quite
    • up some friend whom he had liked quite well, and says: This is
    • a remarkable fact which is quite inexplicable by the science of
    • says to himself: It may be quite disastrous for a man to be
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    • Jung's view is quite correct when he says that modern man, the
    • but by quite different forces which would show themselves if
    • Blood is Quite a Special Fluid.
    • quite perverted thinking, his whole statement. Many of our
    • Quite a pretty chapter could be written from observations of
    • quite naively. But only think! From this fact he embarks upon
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    • consciousness to the bodily mechanism is quite otherwise.
    • consciousness is quite within reach of the subconsciousness,
    • in the course of our lives. Many a life would be quite
    • quite new and do not resemble those with which he has become
    • we have ability, we find success quite natural.
    • worlds may seem to ordinary people quite foolish. It does
    • something quite different from what it was originally. It
    • is quite in order that no one grasps this who has not yet made
    • Christ in an entirely false way. That was quite natural. It
    • of existence, so to speak, is quite different for the different
    • necessarily be worthy of high esteem. In Devachan it is quite
    • must feel quite otherwise towards the devachanic or mental
    • anything of composition; there it is quite obvious. This is so
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    • is quite otherwise with that which appears in the
    • himself, externalizing himself in quite dramatic images which
    • when he recognizes quite correctly that occurrences in
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    • quite differently shaped. They are more closely connected with
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    • significant that already for a great number of people, quite different
    • We have therewith characterised something quite essential in
    • connected with the individuality of man in a quite special way —
    • had more than thirty years ago, and who as a quite young student was
    • him. He must pursue knowledge quite individually, but his
    • be independent, so that this individuality is again quite indifferent.
    • was still something quite real. Then also, one still had in the words
    • considerations of today are forms quite incomprehensible to the
    • quite clear to us. We will as it were fall again and again into the
    • which man on the one side as a quite individual being has acquired,
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    • quite different from what it has become in recent times. The Gospels
    • in mind something quite different from what is kept in mind today. The
    • photographs it from another side. The picture is quite different. He
    • generations, we come to a tribal father, to whom quite special powers
    • people, of Abraham or Abram. Quite special powers were imparted to him
    • too far, but one can call to mind a quite ordinary phenomenon. Just
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    • If we speak of this, we must be quite clear how necessary it is to
    • all its depths, one must become acquainted with the quite different
    • old Hebraic temple-speech, we should find quite another method of
    • in a public writing shop? Thus we must be quite clear that we have a
    • by quite another being than man is, just to bring about something
    • to the meaning of one quite definite word, when one uses it of
    • this, because he had had a quite special initiation, The various
    • quite special task, an initiation had to occur according to a quite
    • the Baptist, they must be initiated in a quite special manner in a
    • conditions in a quite one-sided way. And so, John the Baptist, in
    • Jordan, man could feel the quite especial importance of the
    • Christ, which is an ancient symbol. For just as in John through quite
    • quite well be elsewhere, than at that point where this man is walking
    • your reality quite somewhere else. Only the forces from your own real
    • their external illusory appearance. We must be quite clear of this. So
    • sun, was caught up in this point in a quite special manner. If this
    • the gospel speaks quite exactly as if this sun-force dwelt in a
    • which for that epoch of our earthly evolution was quite especially
    • in a quite special way by his principle. It was the pointing to
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    • Manichaeism only `gets' on with Dualism, (in its on way quite
    • Augustine then also passed through Scepticism, which is a quite
    • what he experiences in his inner soul; quite regardless as to
    • absolute dogmas. We must be quite clear that those who come
    • They regarded the Sun Mysteries as something quite veiled,
    • life. These persons do not know how, perhaps not quite
    • stage, in which Auguste Comte quite in the sense of his master
    • abstract, but to look at it quite unprejudiced, and then such
    • just want this quite treated as an Aperçu which results
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    • full reality of his inner being. We must be quite clear that
    • but the true form of his Ego and Astral body. But we must quite
    • more make quite clear how it is that we feel ourselves as
    • something really quite shadowy. On the basis of Anthroposophy
    • behind the arrangement of those degrees there was a quite
    • different thought. This can be seen quite clearly in the early
    • anachronism. It is laid on man to-day to find quite other
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    • dexterity. The Atlanteans still led quite a different life. They had
    • way. Their technique and their skill were quite different. It was only
    • that of fire. You must be quite clear about this, you must be quite
    • taken quite literally. The vulture gnaws at the liver of the fifth
    • saga is to be taken quite literally. Without this struggle the destiny
    • of the fifth race would be quite different.
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    • quite obvious that the evening of these preparatory Celtic races had
    • an initiate Master. Sieg is a quite special case. He is not able to
    • who fought at the head of his people with quite outstanding occult
    • forces. Hence a battle with the Huns was quite rightly described as a
    • fight in the air. To anyone who knows these things it is quite clear
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    • to say, they record quite specific external events.
    • of the fifth root-race, have been quite impossible. It was impossible
    • seven sub-races. The ratio of four to seven comes from a quite
    • expression for quite other things than the purely artistic. Here is
    • under quite different conditions become common property, but it must
    • live in quite other conditions. Universal brotherhood will then be
    • something quite different. Suppose that to-day someone were to be told
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    • stage, and these beings had luminous astral bodies. The Bible, quite
    • ancestors were quite differently constituted from the man of today.
    • evolution, seeing was quite different. When one person approached
    • expressed itself. The outer seeing of objects was developed quite
    • bound up with the fact that man at that time looked quite different
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    • world, a quite definite purpose for the soul was always connected
    • upward, the columns with a definite form, etc. It would be quite
    • House of God was to receive quite definite soul impressions. When one
    • upon the soul quite differently than does a house, for instance, that
    • such forms produce quite definite effects; they occur in the
    • heights. Even when the course was not always quite as I have
    • of air and water was quite different from what it is today. Masses of
    • fiery state. When, as Venus, it will again be quite fiery, man will
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    • quite new has come about. This is also the case in other spheres of
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    • it will then function quite differently from the way it functions
    • taken quite literally.
    • simple emptiness, but something quite different. Space is the source
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    • ancient clairvoyance, they beheld something quite different when they
    • quite senseless to speak to them of the heavenly bodies spread out in
    • each other, call forth quite different ideas in man. It was the same
    • humanity, the spiritual one describing something quite different from
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    • elementals who have to do with the day and the night quite
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    • covered by Maya, and human thought sees things quite differently from
    • to-day, but quite a different being; it was the reincarnation of the
    • Spirits of Personality, passed through their human stage in quite
    • images. Quite distinct smoke pictures with an inner life and inner
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    • themselves, it would have been quite impossible for them to do
    • Helpers revealed themselves in quite definite etheric shapes or
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    • itself. But the comparison is not quite accurate, for the majority
    • picture it quite mechanically. A very nice experiment is shown in the
    • quite old pupils — saying: ‘Now, you have here in small
    • ancient Moon was formed out of Saturn and Sun, something quite new
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    • about them. This is quite possible for certain lower degrees of
    • souls of races are something quite different from what they are for
    • that which ought to he made quite clear and precise to people by such
    • expounds it in the present day sense, is still something quite
    • scientifically quite honest. For later on, by purely physical
    • quite possible but only when this constellation was there. It is a
    • sixteenth century onwards it was quite correct. ‘Men had for a
    • Sun withdrew along with those Beings who could bear quite different
    • something quite different, they become limits for the region over
    • illusion. He looked like other men, but he was something quite
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    • study this and to begin for once with man. For only if we have quite
    • quite a remarkable way; they had a different physical body to the
    • something quite new with regard to the whole Universe. If we take
    • Oracles’ is quite suitable to these centres of instruction, and
    • grey antiquity were quite different from what they outwardly seemed
    • physically invisible) that he can, as a higher Being, inspire quite
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    • quite different standpoints have to govern as to what one entertains
    • When you consider Saturn, you would be quite mistaken if you imagined
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    • etheric body does not need to be as yet quite transformed, but that
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    • connection with something else which is in quite a different place
    • nearness to the Godhead. But it would also be in a certain way quite
    • Therefore, if development was to progress, something quite particular
    • Mights shaped itself quite differently from that of their brothers;
    • their action was quite different, and the result was that, during the
    • continued up to the time when something quite particular took place;
    • quite different nature, who did nothing, nothing at all, to force
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    • quite unknown about these higher worlds, and then to ask ourselves
    • his life, and, if the methods were quite wrong, tore his being
    • morning till night. Man is interested and quite rightly, for he must
    • everything life brings us, that the clairvoyant's reports are quite
    • the Threshold becomes something quite different from what it would
    • conquered in quite a different way if previously we have learned to
    • begins to show itself to him in quite a different way. Everything in
    • acquainted with fire, more or less intimately as something quite
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    • attaining to super-sensible worlds, where it manifests itself in quite
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    • must be taken quite seriously, and the instance given should
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    • spiritual life. It is quite false to believe that in spiritual life a
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    • development of Christianity think quite differently. They say that
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    • culture we must clearly realise that the conditions were quite
    • India saw the world quite otherwise than did a native of Old Egypt. A
    • that most of the old Indians had quite a different conception of what
    • become something quite different, by reason of the change that has
    • have been so without these statements, statements which are quite
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    • to continue their own quite individual evolutionary course. They
    • quite differently about what underlay the spiritual realms than was
    • few traces we nevertheless perceive something of the quite different
    • character of feeling and thinking, of the quite different attitude to
    • each fructifying the other. And when this begins, quite a new process
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    • in other ages (for instance, in that quite different conception which
    • not all similar; it must be quite clear that just as a Bodhisattva
    • lightning that is quite near the earth. And in the person of Jesus of
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    • employment of quite special means the possibility of seeing anything
    • the senses. That must be emphasized, because it is quite impossible
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    • we must not think. Quite recently, special events have brought
    • sense organs can be applied quite as logically to the mousetrap as to
    • amor we have one shade of feeling, and quite a different one
    • ancient Persians to designate the ego. The fact shows that quite
    • different feelings and quite definite trends of these feelings are
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    • something quite different. Remember that sensibly we cannot perceive
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    • In memory we see something special, something quite
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    • That is quite a different thing from confronting a sense
    • people are quite incapable of accomplishing this. Symbols alone
    • objection that must be raised against Bergson's argument proves quite
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    • from a quite abstract consideration of this contrast we can learn
    • speech you will feel that they reveal themselves as something quite
    • but quite a common form in German.] without the
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    • the soul. It is quite conceivable that certain souls might not
    • and judgment in equal measure provides the soul with something quite
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    • are two forces acting quite differently in the soul. For example,
    • Since these two currents can be distinguished quite
    • you will readily understand that quite different forces meet in our
    • future. When he yields himself to it, he quite naturally gathers
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    • methodic standpoint, on investigating the soul quite in accordance
    • point is quite definite: that this one earth life has profound
    • quite impossible to speak, in Aristotle's sense, of a single
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    • think an error we are quite alone with ourselves. By continuing this
    • the first instance quite certainly not a good force. It can only
    • into worlds in which it means nothing. Quite different is the
    • corresponding to the spring of existence; quite the contrary, and the
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    • to call up, quite experimentally, forces in our soul that at the
    • soul element, becomes something quite different, something that we
    • itself quite realistically the moment it appears. When our soul
    • the other side into an externality, but into a quite different kind
    • was something quite different because such visualizations could only
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    • cases quite agreeable. As a rule, people disregard the nature of what
    • penetrating this imaginative world may be morally quite casual, for
    • a man can be quite undeveloped and yet see into this imaginative
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    • they are called, in the newspapers, is quite sufficient proof of this.
    • draws to its close and spring begins. It is quite true that Christmas
    • “Nature! we are surrounded and embraced by thee ...” it is quite
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    • and darker — until finally it was quite black. At the same time the
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    • very depths of the human heart. Yet in itself it is not quite
    • The principles underlying the Northern Mysteries were quite different
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    • or seven thousand years ago, man had a quite different conception not
    • Our attention is therefore directed to two definite but quite distinct
    • quite familiar with it. But to know things from the vantage-point of
    • the Mysteries is quite different from knowing them as a layman from
    • Stone is quite familiar to most people, only they do not know what it
    • really is nor why it is so called. It is quite well known, because as
    • souls quite different in character from the souls of modern men, In my
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    • therefore quite natural that those who came into contact with
    • this feeling was still quite living. Over in Asia, in a place of no
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    • of brain, so that the truths, which in the higher worlds are quite of
    • grasped in quite other forms, can flow in ever purer and purer
    • Now as man in the first Post-Atlantean period had quite different
    • quite a different way. To what do we owe the fact that in our time
    • inhabitants of Old India. They had therefore quite a different mode of
    • quite different. To judge of such an individual by his outer aspect
    • and the experiences between birth and death were quite different for
    • him. Hence also such a Being worked in quite a different way in this
    • flow from within, towards the great Teachers. In this way quite new
    • on earth. Now, however, came something quite new — conscience.
    • there of observing it. It came as something quite new to them. In
    • was complete master of it; and this in quite a different fashion than
    • So there had to be another Teacher of humanity having quite different
    • been impossible. He had to employ other, quite different, forces.
    • of quite a different nature; they had but little of the forces of the
    • faculties, he could not quite descend. For, in order to bring about
    • approach from another aide and to work in quite a different way. A
    • stands alone in the middle. This Being had to come from quite a
    • That is the Individuality Who comes from quite a different side and is
    • of quite a different nature. Whereas in the case of the other great
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    • have been connected with something quite private and intimate; but, if
    • about to play, thus driving his ball in quite a different direction
    • ordinary text-books on Psychology, which, as a rule, are quite
    • first of all be quite clear as to the nature of the trouble in a
    • scientists here; it is quite comprehensible that they are involved in
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    • epoch. As you can well imagine, man would have been quite different if
    • matter as a better, a riper, man. He would have brought quite
    • contained in the Old Law of Moses into something quite inward, an
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    • that they had to be described as quite peculiarly worthy of note! The
    • human principles in a quite remarkable degree!
    • Christ-Impulse should stand firm on the basis thereof, quite permeated
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    • rest of the human body, which is quite out of drawing. When the world
    • others that are more so and quite out of drawing. This does not apply
    • outer form. It would have quite a different appearance if it had not
    • waves of material existence broke over it; hence it manifest quite a
    • quite special enters the life of a family with the birth of a new
    • earth-citizen, so something quite different enters the progress of the
    • quite definitely the different functions of the separate comets, and
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    • times the capacities of the human soul were quite different. We have
    • taking place in the spiritual world; it produces quite definite
    • it is quite clean no flies will enter it; there are no flies in a
    • Now this development took place in quite a different way in different
    • something quite different into the collective development of mankind.
    • bring quite different qualities into the collective development of
    • still quite virginal and uninfluenced by other civilisations. This
    • complex soul. It says quite simply: that is right! that is wrong!
    • Romans quite familiar with it, it had then become a word in general
    • quite exoterically, but even in these lectures many a thing can now be
    • — or quite exoterically as we shall do on Thursday, — or it
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    • world as the result of certain quite special circumstances and certain
    • for example, and with that we can go on quite simply in the old
    • ‘We are quite satisfied with what we have!’ And they
    • Christ be not risen then is my teaching vain,’ St. Paul quite
    • their value, when everyone can quite easily prove that these records
    • It shows that quite different methods are necessary in order that
    • matter to me? I have my own convictions, they are quite enough for
    • public; for one or more decades what he or she does may be quite
    • spiritual world; while they quite fail to observe that it is just this
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    • consider the following, which upon first hearing might be quite
    • times. That was quite different from what he has to learn today. The
    • spiritual world between death and rebirth we must say quite literally
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    • happen if something beyond our power works upon us. It is quite
    • of religion quite impartially. To such a congress I should like to
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    • soul, which in the spiritual world is creative, does not quite have
    • spiritual world must be imagined quite differently from what is
    • is quite unjustified. Let us understand how matters really stand with
    • inhabitants, but his redeeming deed was not quite like the Mystery of
    • become quite meaningless. The Sun still has a limited influence on
    • he comes into quite a different condition from the previous one. One
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    • we know quite clearly that we are together with the other being. It is
    • quite correspond because there they are brought together according to
    • period we learn to know the nature of the Sun, which is quite other
    • Europe special emphasis has been laid on it. Such a reproach is quite
    • I should like the following to be put quite exactly to the test. In
    • exception, were not quite finished, and yet they do not give the
    • universal-human. What matters is something quite else. If our eyes
    • This understanding, however, is meant in quite a different way from
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    • relationships, and especially those of space, are quite different
    • science, relationships of quite a different kind can be formed in
    • consciousness between death and a new birth. I will speak quite
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    • Man feels truly free only in the realm of his feelings. It is quite
    • within space, of being concentrated in one point, has quite a
    • feeling of being together is determined by quite other factors than
    • within the same space after death to be quite distant from one
    • Let us take an actual example that occurs quite frequently. Two
    • appeared quite complacent towards it, comes to hate spiritual
    • quite possible. There are contradictions of this kind in human
    • claimed, but matters are quite different when it is a question of
    • quite strongly. When the fire was reaching its end the Germans had
    • which is quite characteristic. At first, I resisted it because it was
    • visit it occurred to me that something was not quite right with this
    • thought it quite absurd; yet the more one gets into it, the more it
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    • spiritual science can mean quite practically. Spiritual science is
    • because for a cold, abstract view of life they are quite meaningless.
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    • spiritual instinct, an urge, that he is quite unable to bring to full
    • burden of physical existence. I was then quite unable to imagine life
    • have been quite true, because these souls were far removed from any
    • together with his family, he would have had quite other experiences,
    • earth who are dumb, who want to convey something but are quite
    • death, he will reply that it is quite different from the course of
    • these people here on earth. Suppose a person has felt a quite
    • quite clearly to us as a special being. Everything that has been
    • scientific basis. One can also ask the question quite externally of
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    • There is something quite other contained in it.
    • by the falling roof. Imagine this quite vividly! It does happen that
    • develops, one will quite naturally become aware that at such moments
    • future it will occur quite normally that a person will feel that the
    • quite unconsciously without realizing why one has to serve such
    • non-being into a state of becoming. This moment is experienced quite
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    • quite different conditions and because they will in the main not have
    • facts are quite different.
    • circumstances been different, this or that might have taken quite
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    • compared to one who considers the work of the gods quite imperfect
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    • certain time. Impulses and desires quite different from those
    • Descriptions are never quite accurate that convey the idea that the
    • something quite different from what they have in fact achieved. Such
    • within us has in fact contracted from the planetary universe. Quite
    • the conditions of existence into which he enters are quite different
    • ago. To the eyes of the seer it is quite evident that there was good
    • united with the human being in quite a different form. It appears as
    • At this point I want to tell you of something that seemed to me quite
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    • who have not quite lost the feeling for the spiritual world but who
    • quite other than what it depends upon on earth. In the spiritual
    • am about to describe never quite come into effect. Let us assume that
    • externally, quite similar to a plant-like being that also forms its
    • dwells outside his skin, his earthly existence looks quite different.
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    • can get along quite well with words. Most of what we call “thinking”
    • I tried to rearrange the book quite thoroughly, first by prefacing it with an
    • “Right!” says he, “that is a quite specific
    • first make it all quite easy; we draw a triangle and have done with
    • at different speeds. In this case it is not quite so easy; we have to
    • But it is not easy, for real thinking always demands a quite
    • hundred thalers more than do a hundred possible ones! And it is quite
    • different forces in these two cases? Quite clearly not. For the
    • history running quite differently. But you do not see the individual
    • prohibits logic. One can quite understand that he does prohibit it.
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    • these findings, he does not ponder over them, but he is quite pleased
    • quite sure that he will find the right answer himself. For no one
    • widespread product nowadays. I believe this can be quite easily
    • there is to-day a quite special pretension which could gradually
    • I can quite clearly explain to myself how in the morning it is
    • general concepts are not mere words, but refer to quite definite
    • can be just as clever and contradict Nominalism. One can get quite
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    • The latter, who inwardly grasps Idealism quite concretely — as
    • are neither Spiritists nor Idealists; they are quite ordinary
    • Gnostics. But quite in the sense in which there are Gnostics of
    • each of the shades a quite special mood of the human soul is
    • quite definite world-outlook is produced. Just at the present time we
    • before him as phenomena, and with a quite special magnificence, that
    • modified yet again by possessing quite definite tones. But we have
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    • has a quite different significance. Here, “opposition” is
    • it back. The experience a man has of his thoughts is quite similar.
    • one-sidedness is brought about through a quite definite
    • quite definite and right direction. It would thereby be recognized
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    • can get along quite well with words. Most of what we call “thinking”
    • I tried to rearrange the book quite thoroughly, first by prefacing it with an
    • “Right!” says he, “that is a quite specific
    • first make it all quite easy; we draw a triangle and have done with
    • at different speeds. In this case it is not quite so easy; we have to
    • But it is not easy, for real thinking always demands a quite
    • hundred thalers more than do a hundred possible ones! And it is quite
    • different forces in these two cases? Quite clearly not. For the
    • history running quite differently. But you do not see the individual
    • prohibits logic. One can quite understand that he does prohibit it.
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    • these findings, he does not ponder over them, but he is quite pleased
    • quite sure that he will find the right answer himself. For no one
    • widespread product nowadays. I believe this can be quite easily
    • there is to-day a quite special pretension which could gradually
    • I can quite clearly explain to myself how in the morning it is
    • general concepts are not mere words, but refer to quite definite
    • can be just as clever and contradict Nominalism. One can get quite
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    • The latter, who inwardly grasps Idealism quite concretely — as
    • are neither Spiritists nor Idealists; they are quite ordinary
    • Gnostics. But quite in the sense in which there are Gnostics of
    • each of the shades a quite special mood of the human soul is
    • quite definite world-outlook is produced. Just at the present time we
    • before him as phenomena, and with a quite special magnificence, that
    • modified yet again by possessing quite definite tones. But we have
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    • has a quite different significance. Here, “opposition” is
    • it back. The experience a man has of his thoughts is quite similar.
    • one-sidedness is brought about through a quite definite
    • quite definite and right direction. It would thereby be recognized
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    • which takes place everywhere in the external world in a quite
    • being stirred by any feeling, he could remain quite calm and merely
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    • exercises were prescribed there which develop man in quite a natural
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    • quite definite method of thinking — one might call it that of
    • These things which jointly compose the human organism have quite
    • deeper insight into nature this change of teeth holds a quite
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    • Anthroposophist is quite unable to influence life directly by what he
    • explain ideas in quite a philosophical manner, such expressions as the
    • then quite grasp it. For example, we may reflect that the bow, if
    • becomes slack, then we really have in the slack bow something quite
    • something quite different, we cannot yet speak of ‘karma.’
    • this places the matter in quite a different light.
    • quite irregularly in the same life. He who observes human life
    • Thus we see that there are two quite different ways of influencing a
    • such a case in which a person has quite consciously brought about a
    • in the Persian wars at a particular time?’ — is often quite
    • To one who knows Spiritual Science it is quite clear that there is
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    • karma on the whole, quite certainly do not operate — in the same
    • between birth and death. But this would be quite wrong. Therefore to
    • the conditions were quite different and the whole cosmic system
    • that time they could exist under conditions quite different from those
    • details of this process still more clearly. We must quite understand
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    • and passion. Sides are taken by the laity quite as much as by certain
    • was quite natural the room should be full of flies, and I thought so
    • quite natural that one should accept this as a reason for the
    • existence of the flies and it will be quite reasonable to say that if
    • quite clear that if we use purely abstract ideas we can gain no
    • But matters are quite different when we come to the vegetable kingdom.
    • diseases of animal and human being we are able to see quite decided
    • Spiritual Science and which can also be quite reasonably understood.
    • Hence we shall quite easily understand that when a person who in one
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    • Skoda was a kind of radicalism, the limits of which are quite easy to
    • been quite indifferent to these allurements. But allurements of the
    • the following incarnation. This is quite a different matter. Indeed,
    • It would be quite different if we were to help on an incurable disease
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    • is quite true that the doctors of this school were powerless against
    • not arrive at his goal. But it is quite unnecessary to resort to
    • measles quite unnecessary, since the tendencies brought forth in this
    • the reason is quite a different one, and far more profound. It may be
    • consciousness we give quite a different explanation. Especially do we
    • pretend to have quite different motives from those really dwelling
    • matter will be easily explained. Everything will be quite clear, but
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    • unfolded. This is not so however; the facts are quite different.
    • We must make ourselves quite clear about this process of the partial
    • to the clarity even of today's dream consciousness. It is quite a
    • something which is quite true, because they are heirlooms of earlier
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    • quite differently. Thus the luciferic principle caused disorder in the
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    • around us can be understood quite clearly if we consider from a
    • thinks quite correctly and logically in every other department of
    • certain symptoms of madness. It will be quite impossible to impress
    • up to the thirty-fifth year is quite different from living in a body
    • before and after this point corresponds in quite a definite way. We
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    • souls — dwelt upon the Atlantean continent in bodies quite
    • of the physical body, and to do so in quite a different way. Through
    • quite different causes. And it would be a denial of the activity of
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    • to the material world. This is, indeed, necessary for a quite definite
    • answer to these questions must be quite different from those of beings
    • idea of the constitution of matter will be quite different. These are
    • Thus we find in quite an objective way, what may be applied to the
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    • develop from quite different principles. But the Greek civilisation
    • evolution. We must, therefore, find quite comprehensible what
    • bear fruit for every separate individual, quite regardless of what
    • own being and then we shall be quite clear as to how we stand
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    • this scene so that in a quite different, individual manner, when the
    • quite different. What they mean at the end of Scene Ten of
    • he who is not quite in a fog
    • Do not permit him to confuse you quite.
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    • spiritual world makes it necessary for the soul to develop quite
    • one quite in accordance with the universal cosmic order. In a certain
    • him the after-effects of the spiritual world in pictures quite
    • It would be quite wrong for anyone to require
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    • have to be observed; in order to perceive and learn, quite different
    • may be quite the opposite of the firmly imprinted form of the
    • connected and separated not only sensibly but often even quite
    • is quite different when we thrust our soul into the elemental world,
    • to the soul that has become clairvoyant. Quite definite kinds of
    • here is quite different from red. As our colors are qualitatively
    • have already spoken; here we meet them in quite a different way from
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    • quite closed with a horizontal line in its center; finally come two
    • and apparently quite logical. Someone like Ferdinand Fox,
    • also, quite correctly, by Ahriman himself, can say, “Oh yes, you
    • someone thinks about it who is quite well-intentioned. A book
    • area of a circle could be transformed into a square. Until quite
    • healthy clairvoyant soul will recognize them quite definitely as what
    • yourself with quite different qualities in a former incarnation. What
    • soul it would have imagined something quite different.” Even
    • do not put up with everything quite passively; we plunge our
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    • inwardly quite disturbed and puzzled. It came about in the following
    • Now Felix is quite a different character from Capesius.
    • “Certainly there must be atoms; it is quite correct to talk
    • is an extremely intelligent man, he never could quite fathom these
    • immense significance — this was quite clear to Capesius —
    • plane, it is quite different from thought. We need not look at the
    • quite a different relationship to mankind from what they possess
    • had never spoken. This had a peculiar result; I can describe it quite
    • what Benedictus was explaining was quite different now from earlier
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    • the physical world — one can get on quite well without them —
    • certain concepts without which, of course, we can manage quite well
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    • case. You can get quite an idea of Johannes's particular soul in the
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    • exclaiming that here or there something quite anthroposophical has
    • it can be said quite objectively that we can estimate from this the kind
    • from Ahriman and Lucifer were quite separate, but nowadays we have
    • quite a few experiences there without having a meeting with the
    • fact one can say, decked out quite peculiarly. There on the threshold
    • we find that the soul has a quite definite impulse. In the physical
    • for saying all this. Aristotle and others taught quite differently:
    • that point onwards. This detaching of the astral body is quite
    • what was implied or even what was stated quite obviously. This is not
    • what, quite understandably, it only can be at present. This can
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    • beings quite other than man. This legend is extremely instructive and
    • falling asleep at night. But such a comparison is quite superficial.
    • The later epochs had quite a different mission. We know that a descent
    • something quite different about the picture of the Madonna. The
    • children are quite different before the death of their parents from
    • Anthroposophy, that life appears to us in quite a different light
    • The author of the pamphlet thought himself of course quite specially
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    • springing up a great number of ears of corn. We know quite well that
    • numberless grains which go quite a different way from that which is
    • quite impossible to shut ourselves off from the pictures and
    • same thing have quite a different form, so that two different
    • for the animals, nor for the angels; these have quite other missions.
    • many who do not quite understand the meaning of life. Does the Divine
    • spirit. They have a purpose in the world process. It gives us quite a
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    • Accordingly, you will not be surprised to see that I am quite aware
    • Rome, however, became great in quite another sphere, one in which the
    • With the Roman-Latin language it is quite another thing. Even in Roman
    • on the world and life in such a way that we see things quite
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    • because they expected something quite different from it. Think what
    • with reality. They must get busy, like Goethe, and, working in quite a
    • gaze quite selflessly to the outer world to work in it and to gain
    • as Jacob Boehme, quite soon after the fifth post-Atlantean age began,
    • what was happening quite rightly in the normal course of progress.
    • really physical pains that I am quite unable to define. Such is my
    • call inspiration and I quite often openly call illness.
    • quite unable to define.” Then, when he beholds this giant artist
    • It would be quite possible in this connection to study many other
    • to which he attaches something quite different. Thus, Strauss
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    • powers have something quite different in mind for the fifth
    • the discovery of America, quite special conditions had gradually been
    • completely ahrimanic character. It had a quite definite purpose and
    • secrets through initiation in a quite definite mood of soul. He had to
    • These murders, however, had to be committed under quite definite
    • mysteries lived for the quite specific purpose that I have indicated
    • quite die out even there because other and different mysteries were
    • examines the matter with occult means. This being set himself a quite
    • this life of Jesus. Such a work was written out of quite definite
    • of existence quite differently from the way in which it is possible to
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    • want to touch quite briefly upon a leading thought that has been brought
    • nineteenth, humanity was evolving quite distinct faculties that were
    • really quite foolish to accept anything so imperfect as the Ptolemaic
    • quite evident to those who have an inner comprehension of what lives
    • reason thought was quite unable to penetrate below the surface.
    • Something quite different would have been expected.
    • originate from quite another soul. In reality, a network of spiritual
    • quite definite consciousness had been prepared and developed in the
    • knowledge can be imparted, as you know, and that only on quite
    • Hung Ming is quite convinced that European culture must go under if
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    • At the very outset let us be quite clear that the course of evolution
    • Mongols were not conquered but remained the victors. Then, quite
    • Thought about happiness and prosperity is, of course, quite justified.
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    • uninhabited, those powers who desired this, set to work quite
    • quite remarkable way this devilish instinct of Philip's harmonized
    • that, a considerable number. Something quite remarkable and powerful
    • death worked there. If we wished to designate, not quite
    • One book, however, stands out in a quite unusual way. These are Herman
    • something quite remarkable. In fact, in a certain respect it is not at
    • studied him, read, digested, translated him, has quite familiarized
    • If sometimes they are rightly understood, it must be in quite another
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    • Catherine of Aragon, was divorced from him and, considered quite
    • Thus, a kind of Reformation took place that was of a quite
    • this external creation of a religious communion something quite
    • however, they were exposed to quite special danger when their
    • to inner connections. For instance, a man who looks at things quite
    • etc. The planets carry out quite complicated movements in universal
    • after death?” This seems to be quite plausible, this idea that it
    • arise again in the same way. They will arise quite differently. But a
    • centuries. Quite different practical operations, practical mastery of
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    • He, therefore, who speaks from the Science of Initiation, speaks quite
    • Of course, it is not everybody in our present age who, quite
    • these regions another human race, quite a different race from the
    • is as yet quite unrefined.
    • But we must be quite conscious of all that is against us when we make
    • coffin of the Grand Duchess of Weimar, and that was quite far away.
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    • certain materialistic mentality, spoke quite differently from the way
    • What I mean by this will become quite clear to you through the
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    • on the Earth? You must investigate how the human Will, quite unknown
    • in quite a different way from what he does at the present day. Man
    • something that must be made known at the present day. You know quite
    • mankind. It is quite wrong to think as is so often done that we should
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    • be quite unable to perceive our Ego. We should see the course of our
    • spirit of the past has recently uttered quite remarkable words at
    • know that he himself would be quite unable to speak of religion at
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    • down in the street and to break his leg. Quite a simple operation
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    • character, and of how one individual will develop in quite a different
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    • Now we can quite well realize how the course of human evolution would
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    • words as I did before to express another picture: they cannot quite
    • quite well that we should do this or that, that such and such is the
    • book, reads it, and finds it quite interesting as well as comforting
    • fundamentally quite a different being after reading something of that
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    • give rise to quite a different dream. The man might dream he is
    • was quite right in refusing to be guided by what other mediums offered
    • One really has to speak in paradoxes if thoughts that result quite
    • is of quite special significance because in that place many reminders
    • could be tested with the utmost clarity. There is indeed a quite
    • imaginations always lead a life of their own: we feel quite clearly
    • their professorial platforms took quite a different standpoint in the
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    • be quite correct, only this heart was not in existence three hundred
    • first Sunday in April; they want it all quite external and abstract. I
    • anthroposophic literature quite mad. Well, they must have a reason for
    • this view, and it is this: Everybody else describes things quite
    • soul-endowed being whose manner of speaking to us is quite different
    • from quite different premises. Now, however, if we vividly comprehend
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    • entirely different happens. He has the feeling, quite a right
    • really makes his memories an inner experience, then again a quite
    • space entirely ceases. Man's experience widens out; he feels quite
    • this is. Memory gives our soul its colouring. We can know quite
    • characteristic. If his countenance has remained quite smooth, that is
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    • quite definite significance in the whole connection of cosmic events;
    • requires quite other word-pictures. After these primeval Teachers of
    • I should now like to speak from quite another aspect
    • a quite wonderful way. The evening of that same day the moon shone
    • instance, were in a quite different position from what they were
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    • occurred to me quite accidentally when I was just eleven years of
    • connections and then quite important discoveries can be made. Let us
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    • everyday life of earth. We can indeed understand Goethe quite well
    • quite special, to an existence separate from the rest of the earth.
    • knowledge by Imaginative vision is not yet quite at home when he
    • quite a different form. In this respect the ideas of our modern
    • course that is quite correct as far as it goes. It does become softer
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    • quite a different condition of the earth from what we have today.
    • shows itself in those early ages as something quite different. If we
    • was at that time quite perceptible spiritually, and in such a way
    • Anyone who has looked round a little on nature knows quite well that
    • something like the outline of a plant-form. At that time it was quite
    • places outside of him, something quite different. The following also
    • forces. Chalk indeed is something quite different from the coarse
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    • the skeleton we cannot do otherwise than say something quite clearly
    • to a quite special arrangement of the animal skeletons (which was
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    • truth and quite another thing to be able to express it, to formulate
    • This is what people quite naturally say who do not know the
    • they were led again before the statue. They then received a quite
    • side of the threshold things must look quite otherwise than here on
    • And this stamped itself quite deeply into the souls and
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    • Now you must be quite clear on this point; the
    • Then something quite extraordinary came to him —
    • made itself known to the pupil in a quite elementary natural way, so
    • instead of knowledge. For it had become quite clear to him:
    • physical body. Then he had to make quite clear to himself the inner
    • further behind in his pre-earthly life. Then he had to make quite
    • compression into his heart's being quite clear and living in his
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    • Imaginations to something quite different.
    • which I have described, quite voluntarily and inwardly to bring again
    • as something quite foreign to him, when he felt his external being,
    • disappeared; one could make oneself quite thin and many other things.
    • consisting in quite volatile imponderable elements, I feel how out of
    • then at a particular moment he had suddenly a quite peculiar
    • quite a young man, lends his hand to a spiritual Being, who writes
    • substance is quite lost. Reason above all conquers, reason prepares
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    • established a universal ceremony, because they were quite clear from
    • so closely related with the earth-being but in quite another
    • out on to the earth in a quite different condition. These metals as
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    • a being quite different from what he was without it. The essential
    • acquired therein, was to become a quite different being from what he
    • constellation of Leo flowers said something quite different to what
    • Alexander the Great was trained, it is quite possible to understand
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    • which today has quite disappeared. Man is today capable of saying,
    • something quite different.
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    • to you; but speaking quite generally, one can say, that right up to
    • furnishes quite another feeling. at the starting point of the path
    • passed over into quite a different one, in which as it were all
    • terrible, something quite awful; but this is just what has happened
    • Let us take quite a simple experiment, which can be
    • mixture of glycerin and oxalic acid quite well with the human
    • is quite immaterial. It is thought today that anyone can work in a
    • I seek to be affected in quite another place. I seek to be affected
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    • Rosicrucians. This designation is in a certain sense quite
    • a quite definite one. A man who, as a pupil of the Initiates of the
    • human organism it has a quite special effect on the organism of man.
    • Gold has a quite special relation with the human organism when, as we
    • of wood and think quite intellectually. He can think quite livingly
    • hand, gold was referred to as being a quite special substance for the
    • the moon adopted by night. Thereby the pupil received a quite
    • light. The physical light of Venus is something quite different from
    • through my experiments, there enter my laboratory quite visibly the
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    • quite another orientation. What Galen saw in his four elements
    • any rate mildly psychopathic, not quite “normal.”
    • “clairvoyance,” as it is called. We must be quite
    • It is quite
    • science brought down from the clouds. That is quite the wrong
    • hours. The other may have been sent out on quite a journey
    • universe outside is quite different from that of the liver
    • universe is usually regarded as quite secondary. But suppose it
    • positions the liver and the brain are actually related quite
    • Let us be quite
    • knowledge, because although it is quite possible in philosophy
    • relation of the breathing rhythm to the universe is quite
    • which borders quite closely on ordinary cognition. The
    • quite differently from the way in which it is thought of today
    • fluid. But now ask yourselves quite honestly whether physiology
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    • but I think it will be quite accessible to anyone who possesses
    • If we limit ourselves to this realm, we can get on quite well
    • quite well, as far as this limited sphere is concerned, by
    • remains, that the process of nourishment is still not quite
    • not quite the same, the process being less definite.) Now it
    • Now it is quite
    • system is quite different from that of an extract prepared from
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    • is quite different from the tendency to illness after puberty.
    • yourselves: it is quite evident here that the radiations from
    • system in which the metabolism is not quite able to adapt
    • the rhythmic system, and we will see that it will be quite
    • life in quite another way express themselves at this age as
    • quite essential for the ego organism and astral organism of the
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    • our viewpoint quite clear. This viewpoint has been carefully
    • soul separately. It is not usually described quite so
    • we find the formation of phlegm and the like, which is quite
    • quite evident. But of course in many cases we must realize that
    • nerve-sense organization; it goes up quite easily because, with
    • matters, however, we must be quite clear that the human
    • utter nonsense! I am quite sure that when our work is properly
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    • penetrate to quite another recognition. He would have to say to himself
    • chemistry free of hypotheses. I am quite sure that in many of the things
    • interesting phenomenon. Quite apart from how one evaluates Schelling
    • that creative nature follows. The empirical view states quite simply that
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    • forth with such an expression is its quite obvious absurdity, for no
    • the brain makes it quite clear that with soul-spiritual processes
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    • general it is quite clear that this cannot support the development of
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    • forward by me are founded on a basis quite different from that of the
    • with Galen, medical consciousness had quite another orientation. What
    • not quite ‘normal’ — and, indeed, not altogether
    • point we must be quite clear. But what lies in our power is to work
    • is quite conceivable that someone might think it useless to adopt the
    • from the clouds. That is quite the wrong attitude to adopt.
    • have been sent out on quite a journey directly after I first passed
    • the universe outside is quite different from that of the liver-cell.
    • usually regarded as quite secondary. But suppose it were indeed true
    • brain are actually related quite differently to cosmic forces outside
    • us be quite honest with ourselves. During the nineteenth century
    • must have some knowledge, because although it is quite possible in
    • of the brain quite well to the extent to which it has been
    • Cosmos is quite different from that of the brain. The outer, plastic
    • only rise to Imagination, which lies quite near the boundaries of
    • think of the metabolic process quite differently from the way in
    • yourselves quite honestly whether physiology does in fact reckon with
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    • unusual conception of empirical facts, but I think it will be quite
    • limit ourselves to this, we can get on quite well with the mode of
    • well quite, so far as this limited sphere is concerned, by confining
    • still not quite complete when the intestinal tract has been passed,
    • on quite well if, to begin with, we study all the transformations of
    • body to the same extent, although we cannot say quite the same of the
    • quite the same, the process being less definite.) Now it would be
    • it is quite possible to make absolutely exact investigations
    • prepared from petals or leaves upon the digestive system is quite
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    • is of quite a different nature from the tendency to illness after
    • seven years of life if you say to yourselves: It is quite evident
    • system. I mean that the metabolism is not quite able to adapt itself
    • will be quite possible to correct all the conditions of fatigue
    • phosphoric or sulphurous principle. It is quite incorrect to imagine
    • pine-needles, for example, is quite a different thing from using,
    • arise in earlier life in quite another form express themselves as
    • this sense it represents something quite essential for the
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    • for our point of view and our method of approach to be made quite
    • is quite easy to understand. Thus in the previous case we have to do
    • through the perspiration. This will be quite evident. But of course
    • goes up quite easily because, in any case, with the complex of
    • in all these matters we must be quite clear that the human organism
    • utter nonsense! I am quite sure that when our work is properly in
  • 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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    • that most people who speak on the social question to-day quite
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    • will have, quite naturally and comprehensively, to judge the needs of
    • spiritual constitution of man on quite a different footing, and how
    • democratic parliament should again rule here quite misunderstands the
    • himself; that is, money transactions are carried on quite
    • course, also dependent on those who work. But he is quite a stranger
    • commodities that it is quite impossible to pay money in the same way
    • comparative values of products. Labor must lie quite outside the
    • be guided by the fact that those who quite justifiably must have
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    • another, have become dependent on economic matters passes quite
    • was quite unobserved. People have become aware of the approach of
    • of consciousness: It is quite true that in the relationships of human
    • very peculiar in this view. It leaves quite out of account one
    • this must be so obvious to all, that explanation were quite
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    • educated, I knew quite well that what I said did not at all make the
    • as he says, quite objectively. Here the question might perhaps be
    • quite ignorant of the reason of their disapproval. From official
    • however, I was obliged to state the problem of human freedom quite
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    • quite reasonable and comprehensible, judged by the habits of thought
    • are still quite obscure. They often see that under present economic
    • (1919). And Robert Wilbrand is quite certain that every attempt made
    • legal order. But it is quite comprehensible that the legal, the
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    • IT is quite possible that
    • practical life demands something quite different. The truth is that
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    • another sense the whole thing was quite unconscious.
    • configuration becomes quite different in the lung. In the same way,
    • something quite different from the mere fact that it “is”
    • been recognised, it was worth 30.000 gulden — quite a large sum
    • quite wrong. The first thing needful is to describe the economic
    • They would look quite pretty — these human
    • surely to be taken into account. It is quite palpable, ever since we
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    • science of Economics we can make no progress by this means: quite
    • no importance in a serious economic science. Quite other foundations
    • it is quite unjustifiable to point to the fact that Labour uses up the
    • economic process? It is necessary, to begin with — quite apart
    • In the study of Economics it is quite impossible to stop short at
    • quite right! (Though, it is true, one must make an exceedingly bad
    • quite different way: and if we have to observe a state of movement,
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    • quite a different angle; and so it must be in Economics too. When it
    • comes to action, we must start from quite a different angle. Then only
    • quite a different significance in those times owing to the operation
    • he must buy from a tradesman and this will result in quite a different
    • products of his labour. Quite apart from the whole economic process in
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    • the point of such a crude example. For it is quite natural to work it
    • right to make his own clothes for himself, or that he might not quite
    • prefer to take his cart away and drive people to quite a different
    • place and quite another kind of work. Wherever the Spirit is applied,
    • good account — he will make them valuable — in quite a
    • Look at this economic process quite concretely, and you will say: We
    • thinking, so as to be able to think a process through to its end quite
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    • [“Freigeldleute”]. To them it appears quite simple.
    • Of course this also involves quite another social need. We must see to
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    • productive in the economic process. It is quite a different matter
    • even on quite practical grounds you cannot get around the fact that
    • suit of clothes alone. In that moment I am paying for something quite
    • or lowering prices, may have made quite different. I am paying for an
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    • different — it is in quite an opposite process of movement —
    • movement, to make the nomenclature quite exact, I ought really to
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    • “demand” you will see that it is quite impossible,
    • Our concepts are quite unreal if we imagine that price arises from the
    • quite different is true. The standpoint of the consumer is conditioned
    • intercourse we see quite palpably the appearance of the element of
    • the pound he might think of doing something quite different with it
    • suddenly have quite a different value for him than the value of a pair
    • which grow quite freely among men, enter in and incorporate themselves
    • element in right, which, in so far as it is present, is quite
    • “for economic reasons.” At that time I had not quite as
    • instance, it is quite unintelligible how this way of tackling the
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    • it is quite possible for products to be delivered below the price
    • some quite extraneous reason. It is one thing if such people are given
    • the opportunity to work into the economic life, and quite another if a
    • This is not quite so easy to study in the example of German industry.
    • did not go quite so easily by purely military means; even there —
    • that England entered quite gently and imperceptibly into the new
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    • tell you, what is quite true, that barter is not entirely transcended
    • into quite another relationship with the economic life than that which
    • we see quite plainly here in the payment of interest takes place
    • doubt at its more primitive stages — who are quite unable to
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    • it was quite impossible for the World War to last as long as it
    • able to conclude that they were mere fools. Quite the contrary. You
    • turned out quite differently from what Economic Science had supposed.
    • was a “kingdom” in a quite external sense, but it was
    • Then, indeed, such a leadership emerged quite evidently. It happened,
    • their declarations would have been quite true. But from the very
    • are quite clearly perceptible, but which cannot in the nature of
    • will show you, ladies and gentlemen, that it is quite impossible to
    • we may use the expression) the conditions will be quite different from
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    • economic process, is loaned money quite the same as purchase-money? If
    • money has decreased. That is quite obvious. In this way, by the act of
    • sphere of loaned money. It acquires its value in quite a different
    • quite wildly in the economic process. If and when it chooses to do so
    • workmen with it, that the result is quite different from what it would
    • money can begin to play a part, of which he is quite conscious.
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    • things are quite sure to happen. Very well, I will begin at once to
    • quite impossible to grasp them in one way or another? You may say that
    • this stage; it is quite evident from the preceding lectures that even
    • he might be able to call into being quite a little industry. But it
    • question, if we begin by imagining quite vividly what the others must
    • It is quite true that, to begin with, when there are only the parson
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    • have been mistaken. He may accomplish what he has to do in quite other
    • given in the so-called economic science of today out of quite good but
    • Quite apart from whether one or other of you may agree with particular
    • It is quite true that money can create a false impression of things
    • production, including Nature herself. At a given time it is quite a
    • economically just relation. (I may not be putting it quite clearly and
    • giving my shilling quite thoughtlessly for this or that, there is
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    • it was, you know, quite a common custom for the pupils of a great and
    • thoughts and purposes of his mind were, in fact, turned in quite
    • of Greek culture, but was quite incapable of handing on, in its true
    • the Earth spiritual Beings hold command, of quite another kind than
    • years before Christ knew quite well that when they ate this or that
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    • earthly world — and yet they do not quite believe in what they
    • ethereal. And not until it has grown quite tiny, is it received into
    • this involves, however, quite another scale of time. Life between
    • of men felt very differently than they do now. Yet this is quite
    • own thoughts in my head,” — that would have been quite
    • world of feeling. Helen Keller for example has quite a different
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    • from your ether-body, and one ray — I call it quite simply one
    • but with many people comes quite soon — man feels himself
    • exercises. One can see quite plainly from his posture that the
    • therefore to describe for you quite briefly in the third part of my
    • already at work, were at pains to imbue civilisation — quite
    • is indeed quite generally accepted that everyone has a right to
    • quite angry if one ventures to suggest that there is a kind of
    • something quite different when it is a question of carrying on
    • are bound to do so. The language of the spiritual worlds is quite
    • therefore be quite prepared to find that it will often give people a
    • shock when you tell them, quite simply and directly, of something
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    • into his physical and ether body, before he was quite awake, he had a
    • quite well that he had come down from the spiritual world, had passed
    • clothes that we wear. We have quite lost this feeling. We no longer
    • was connected with the world of the stars. He knew quite well that he
    • gives his advice about man's body. That is quite understandable, and
    • have today a physical diet and that is quite right and suitable for
    • quite simply and naturally — that we are composed and
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    • way will be quite true and correct; only, since the language has to
    • the working of natural law are in quite another category from the
    • spiritual vision, are quite familiar with them. They are beings that
    • external Nature. Here, as we have seen, the conditions are quite
    • again, for Lucifer this time, the victory turns out to be quite
    • so that they leave these beings quite benumbed and bewildered. For,
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    • therefore quite simply: a child who dies will live only for a short
    • achieve on Earth will thus bring about Karmic compensation in quite
    • That will be when the Earth herself will have passed into quite new
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    • it was, you know, quite a common custom for the pupils of a great and
    • thoughts and purposes of his mind were, in fact, turned in quite
    • of Greek culture, but was quite incapable of handing on, in its true
    • the Earth spiritual Beings hold command, of quite another kind than
    • years before Christ knew quite well that when they ate this or that
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    • earthly world — and yet they do not quite believe in what they
    • ethereal. And not until it has grown quite tiny, is it received into
    • this involves, however, quite another scale of time. Life between
    • of men felt very differently than they do now. Yet this is quite
    • own thoughts in my head,” — that would have been quite
    • world of feeling. Helen Keller for example has quite a different
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    • from your ether-body, and one ray — I call it quite simply one
    • but with many people comes quite soon — man feels himself
    • exercises. One can see quite plainly from his posture that the
    • therefore to describe for you quite briefly in the third part of my
    • already at work, were at pains to imbue civilisation — quite
    • is indeed quite generally accepted that everyone has a right to
    • quite angry if one ventures to suggest that there is a kind of
    • something quite different when it is a question of carrying on
    • are bound to do so. The language of the spiritual worlds is quite
    • therefore be quite prepared to find that it will often give people a
    • shock when you tell them, quite simply and directly, of something
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    • into his physical and ether body, before he was quite awake, he had a
    • quite well that he had come down from the spiritual world, had passed
    • clothes that we wear. We have quite lost this feeling. We no longer
    • was connected with the world of the stars. He knew quite well that he
    • gives his advice about man's body. That is quite understandable, and
    • have today a physical diet and that is quite right and suitable for
    • quite simply and naturally — that we are composed and
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    • way will be quite true and correct; only, since the language has to
    • the working of natural law are in quite another category from the
    • spiritual vision, are quite familiar with them. They are beings that
    • external Nature. Here, as we have seen, the conditions are quite
    • again, for Lucifer this time, the victory turns out to be quite
    • so that they leave these beings quite benumbed and bewildered. For,
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    • therefore quite simply: a child who dies will live only for a short
    • achieve on Earth will thus bring about Karmic compensation in quite
    • That will be when the Earth herself will have passed into quite new
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    • assume quite different forms and that we continually face new
    • Speaking still quite generally, one can say that during
    • does not, indeed, reach very far back — one can fall quite
    • souls were endowed with quite different faculties, and they lived
    • under quite different conditions.
    • can imagine that the human soul must have had quite different
    • quite easily of spiritual matters; they could call attention to the
    • period, you could then easily say, “Yes, it was quite possible
    • be especially significant. Faculties that now are quite unusual for
    • listen to certain things today, but let us be quite clear that
    • living, though the latter may be quite unaware of it. Through the new
    • however, live in a world quite different from the one immediately
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    • in a similar way. It is quite possible that our contemporaries, the
    • certain clairvoyant faculties will again evolve quite naturally.
    • case of a small number of human beings. It is quite true, to be sure,
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    • existence as a whole. A seemingly quite ordinary, everyday truth may
    • when one knows that each of them has reached a quite different stage
    • expression is not quite apt, but we lack suitable terms —
    • time. They do not comprehend that this is quite understandable simply
    • Halley's Comet has a quite definite task, and everything else
    • through the return of a comet, something quite new is produced. We
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    • We must understand quite clearly to what extent this was
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    • quite wonderful things. Such a book,
    • spiritual science, however, one will find something quite different.
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    • will. The will quite detaches itself from daily life. Observe
    • sleep; in a person of lower moral principles the streams are quite
    • quite different from those used today. In those days they made use of
    • been spread by preaching. It is quite possible to recognize moral
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    • but using it in such a way that the power over something quite
    • who know quite well that the human soul is a purely spiritual being,
    • material. If these brotherhoods then arrange — which is quite
    • their scheme was not really quite successful. For this reason, the
    • human beings. This striving evolves under the influence of a quite
    • These people then encourage quite different aims and purposes from
    • after Golgotha, particularly in the Eastern regions, something quite
    • In ancient times quite definite influences were brought
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    • tapestry of nature lies something quite different, which is
    • lead us back to quite different regions where other individualities
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    • of our time this is quite peculiar? Further on he says, “In
    • age. It is quite clear that a large number of people instinctively
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    • we have a quite definite consciousness. I have said on another
    • knows quite well. It takes him up a mountain slope to a rocky place
    • Quite another realm is thus continually reaching into
    • may relate quite frankly and fully everything that has been said or
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    • water; when it freezes, it is ice, and looks quite different. Ice is
    • works quite differently from the nation-spirit in the West. Though I
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    • Then what happens on the earth would appear to man in quite a
    • quite right that the human soul is as if floating around the earth,
    • out into the universe. This is only intended as a sketch, in quite
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    • centuries countless priests of the Catholic Church were quite
    • centuries one would have been able to give the account quite
    • with a glowing enthusiasm. It is, you know, quite difficult to
    • that it is quite unnecessary to dream of a whirling dance of atoms,
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    • but for quite a long time, all that he had ever experienced during
    • quite incomprehensible in the mature years of life, but which can be
    • world, in a quite simple, natural way, as we have with men on Earth.
    • he shows himself to you as someone quite different from what the
    • letters of the alphabet. And he was quite sure that when one
    • will find it all quite misrepresented in the historical documents.
    • was quite clear to them that man, as he is now living on the Earth,
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    • thus revealed in pictures were not always capable of doing it quite
    • human language. What the three give would be nothing but quite
    • on the Earth, he would have quite a wrong notion of the matter. The
    • figures — which were no more than quite simple, even poor,
    • man through feeling. We cannot quite say, without words, but we can
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    • Beings of quite definite character and kind.
    • for there the point is that originally Man had quite another position
    • quite differently on the Earth than he actually does. He ought to
    • demoniacal character, has come to be taken quite as a matter of
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    • as they were in still earlier times, for it is quite certain that the
    • give quite an external indication in my
    • taught it in quite a different way. Aristotle taught that when you
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    • This is due to the fact that man stands in quite another relation to
    • significant riddles of existence, and in quite a new way when
    • follows. — Quite distinctly until the fourth century
    • tablet of Nature is fully inscribed; it was quite fully inscribed by
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    • Rightly do we picture Michael then, quite in accord with reality, when
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    • in quite another relation to the spiritual world since the first
    • significant riddles of existence, and in quite a new way when
    • recognition — were quite differently situated from the
    • follows. Quite distinctly until the 4th century A.D., and in a
    • tablet of Nature is fully inscribed; it was quite fully inscribed by
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    • epoch of civilisation. We have to distinguish quite sharply from other
    • Being is quite distinct from the one who is directing from the
    • which quite different influences and impulses flow from the
    • personality will become something quite different. In a sense man was
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    • who believe they stand firmly in materialistic Monism will be quite
    • gravity of all human evolution. It has been possible to show quite
    • own inner nature — and this, quite apart from the Mystery of
    • Golgotha, one can point to quite other events to show that formerly
    • In Hebraism new features began to show themselves of quite a different
    • Earth, so we must ‘feel’ in quite a concrete way the
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    • quite impossible; for according to geologists the earth is a mineral,
    • autumn simply lie there until next spring is quite false, the
    • assumed quite large proportions. I have mentioned here before that on
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    • What I mean by this will become quite clear to you through the
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    • it said quite rightly that explanations and commentaries of poetry
    • resources of spiritual research is to discover something quite
    • the way into the uniqueness of a human soul, it is nevertheless quite
    • tragic drama. But far more difficult are the quite common human
    • between waking and sleeping quite normally to experience something of
    • not only artists but quite primitive people frequently had a
    • quite special moods.
    • the following fairy tale was quite unknown to
    • quite correct from the spiritual-scientific standpoint, to describe
    • these experiences. This must also be true: we are quite distant from
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    • be quite torn off her. Then there will come a wicked spider to spin a
    • was turned into a quite human king. The thornbird was changed into a
    • each of these three members of the human soul its quite distinct
    • figures, representing a quite definite kind of being, men possessed
    • is the basis of the realm of the fairy tale. We must be quite clear
    • overcome and cast forth appears in a quite distinct, external form.
    • old woman. Then the old woman was quite wild, because she herself had
    • getting nearer and nearer — and when he was quite near, the
    • stop when you are quite close,” was the answer. At the same
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    • cannot be done in this way but must be done in quite another way.) The
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    • generally think. History describes these things quite wrongly for it
    • known and so forth; but all these ideas are quite external. The man of
    • the term our scholars are quite unaware, for it can only be known by
    • an open mind they would say to themselves that something quite
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    • downwards. And as a result the Moon forces now have a quite different
    • in quite a different form how Eurythmy arises out of speech. We may
    • it, he knows he has experienced something quite real — so was man
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    • Post-Atlantean epoch, of many things that existed in quite different
    • what was present in a quite different form in the Atlantean world.
    • quite remarkable. — We are told that this great sinner, as the
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    • age when it will be known quite as a natural matter of course: there
    • this inner impression that will arise quite naturally in the soul
    • into itself. Then we have something quite different from the concept
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    • probably quite rightly be called absurd by every “enlightened”
    • evolution, men will be born with bodies quite definitely expressing
    • be capable of mutation. When this is the case, quite different
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    • — that the human being felt quite differently than we do today
    • ancient India it was quite impossible to speak of a “people,”
    • it. Then we shall acquire a quite natural relationship to anthroposophical
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    • stage? It is quite unnecessary. The street is a far better place to
    • reaches of quite another condition of light? How, when I can no longer
    • Virgin Mary are clothed quite differently; also that in all his works
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    • we look back into distant time-perspectives. Thus it is quite impossible
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    • nature which was imaged forth from worlds quite different from the one
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    • ancient times human beings beheld in the heavens things quite different
    • understood nothing of the scientific papers. It is not quite possible
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    • a false countenance; we must hate it. In this way the ugly calls up quite
    • who went to church and listened to a priest describing quite externally
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    • quite different. And now it does not wish to be as it finds itself on
    • arises and we say to ourselves: you were quite a clever man who had
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    • is quite different with red, yellow and blue. Considering these colors
    • as compared with man's later shape, quite unformed. In the shaping of
    • human element. Quite a different urge and artistic feeling held sway
    • be attained quite specially if, in the art of recitation and declamation,
    • his inmost nature. Blood is a quite special fluid because it contains
    • to right. It is quite another thing if this happens in the opposite
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    • realities of the body, so that as teachers of children we are quite
    • distinctions in life, we can observe that the child is quite
    • we can still see quite clearly at work the effects of the child's
    • quite boisterous; for the child is rampageous, awkward and
    • resistance. It is quite easy to be a full-grown person but extremely
    • should like to speak quite simply about these things, and you must
    • suddenly faced with quite different conditions. He clothes himself in
    • just like children of four — mere imitators. Others are quite
    • appeals to the intellect of a child of seven is quite on the wrong
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    • quite different and they even change in their outward bodily
    • “sense-organ.” You must take this quite literally: wholly
    • children are quite worthless. The things which are introduced as
    • “clever.” One is, I might say, quite fascinated by the
    • third and fourth year, but before then the child has quite special
    • a child one must know quite precisely how he walks. For the child who
    • something that is really quite foreign to him. For example, the
    • calligraphy of today is quite foreign to the child whether in the
    • “L”? These are quite foreign to him, this
    • show you, above all, that it is quite wrong to teach reading before
    • opposed this. They all quite voluntarily accept this principle of a
    • is to be built. You must be quite clear that before the ninth or
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    • you will be teaching something which is quite unreal. This will have
    • descended to the earth. For there the earth looked quite different.
    • quite different from that of the plant. Something else strikes us
    • for instance people still knew quite well that if the olfactory nerve
    • quite good to laugh about them in the lessons also, for there is
    • happened in 1909, and so on. But quite early on the child ought to
    • that sort, but quite suddenly he began to speak about the Postal
    • quite mystified as to why they were suddenly being given a lesson on
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    • classes; you can sometimes be quite foolish, and at first you will
    • with children of about eight years of age you can quite well do
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    • imagine that you have quite a small child in front of you, one of the
    • youngest, who is still quite clumsy in his movements, and you say to
    • five. He got on quite well up to I I I I. Then I said: “Now let
    • adding one to the other. This is quite untrue, for the head does not
    • another or one bead beside another in the frame were quite unknown;
    • will see that it is quite easy to understand. Nevertheless, if you
    • children of eleven or twelve you can quite well take Geometry up to
    • quite well and can always do it again. But most of the children,
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    • For then you suddenly begin to have quite a different kind of
    • You may get some quite extraordinary experiences in this respect in
    • quite within the larynx, with the girl one can see by the development
    • as possible to accustom them to sing little songs quite empirically
    • confirms something. Here you are expressing something quite
    • is not quite correct). So that in English you say “head,”
    • when they were quite little children they wanted to learn to speak,
    • over inward experience into the element of will are quite different.
    • exercises. This is something quite different, and the teacher and
    • and all kinds of sport are something quite different from Eurythmy.
    • You can quite well have both together. For the conception of space is
    • very often considered in quite an abstract way, and people do not
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    • things in quite an elementary way up till the twelfth year. The third
    • child is still quite young, then he cannot go through his development
    • the question. And the sum was quite seriously carried through in the
    • about it? Of course the numbers can quite well be made up into a sum,
    • quite apart from what the boys and girls say to each other, or what
    • class that is right for his age, but with quite an easy mind he lets
    • come to the Waldorf School you will see that the children are quite
    • peculiarity in two children, for it has quite a different
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    • But quite
    • nuts was a right: it was done quite openly.
    • they would like it better there. I have had really quite a number of
    • them, quite apart from the fact that they want to teach drawing in
    • drawing is also quite remarkable. And they have no moisture on the
    • tongue — their tongues are quite dry. It is tragic to see what
    • still quite liberal: when the Waldorf School was established we were
    • in this respect things have really always gone quite well. But one
    • to the stories of the Old Testament. Secondly, quite apart from the
    • have a Kindergarten Class for the little children, it would be quite
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    • Meanwhile a quite new current made its appearance. We have followed up
    • and even quite obviously, is the last remainder of ancient medical
    • processes, which are after all quite normal processes of nature, but
    • ordinary metabolism, are overcome. This is quite evident. Changes take
    • means for material. This is quite justifiable in certain departments,
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    • error, although he was quite well accustomed to think over matters
    • Therefore, it is quite impossible that the normally adjacent structure
    • activity here is quite similar to organic production; what appears
    • crystallisation. Crystallisation reveals quite definitely a factor in
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    • So strangely do things befall in real life; they are often quite
    • to be called the cause of sickness. It is really quite appalling, in
    • medicine today on these themes, is quite remarkable. Suppose for
    • vermiform appendix appear. Or study the quite different way in which
    • difference? The mistake here is quite analogous but is overlooked.
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    • of lime work outwards from within. Something quite crucial in the
    • For the most important forces that work even in the cells — and quite
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    • the following special problems of healing quite clear. Therefore much
    • quite opposite tendencies in this process. One tendency is earthwards,
    • It would be quite mistaken, however, to reckon only with the vertical
    • treated quite differently according to whether the upper region or the
    • quite different principles.
    • cranio-tabes, which to many people is quite mysterious. These two
    • a truth that is quite general; though its statement is apt to be
    • appalling feature of the current natural scientific view, that quite
    • inclination, but springs from the comprehension of certain quite
    • clever Norwegian scholar described a process, which, as he quite truly
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    • before conception. They are quite normal contrary or defensive
    • get so out of hand that it is quite overwhelmed by life forces. That is,
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    • mobilise quite other forces in order to deal with plant food than is
    • beyond all dispute. I will, however, quite freely admit that there are
    • Rhea fertilised by Kronos, and so forth. There is something here quite
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    • point. Let us again begin with something quite concrete and material
    • lecture that the chemistry of the future must become quite different
    • sequence, but of quite a different nature. It would be valuable and
    • take carbon as our example — were quite external to ourselves, before
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    • you will come to a quite definite revelation, which spiritual science
    • were originally quite beyond consciousness. You have only to become
    • quite definite statements to this effect, in some passages. This,
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    • remind you that it is quite possible to take a carcinoma situated on
    • only just passed through. It is not quite correct to refer to tumours as
    • of organic forces. But quite the same tendency of opposition is to be
    • It is quite possible to prove that the therapeutic effect of the
    • That is quite possible. And why? because of the extreme suggestibility
    • certainly exist. It is quite possible to supplement a lack of logic in
    • make people extremely witty — not, indeed, internally witty but quite
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    • Perhaps some of you will ask — and quite justifiably ask — “Well,
    • instance. You are able to observe — quite macroscopically and as it were
    • results are quite remarkable.
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    • injury and self-protection affords a quite intelligent behaviour.
    • external world by way of this gulf; with quite equal certainty we must
    • quite verifiable by observation. Consider for example a tree which is
    • mind. Of course it is possible to discover albuminous processes quite
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    • which may be quite distant but are nevertheless akin to another, is
    • processes to which the internal organism should be quite indifferent
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    • in the light of other processes in mankind, which appear quite remote;
    • loosely attached to it. This activity, which can be quite distinctly
    • strife of the organs within man. But that too is really quite
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    • characteristics in different diseases, it is again quite
    • quite differently from the unimpeded action of the Sun, when Mars,
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    • quite generally; the lower organic sphere is in a permanent state of
    • world. But we must keep one point quite clearly in our minds.
    • the influence of quite definite primary causes. There is always
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    • have, as you know, quite a number of children whose development has
    • as long as it cannot get beyond this point, it is quite incapable of
    • the spiritual worlds is something quite different, and is not, in the
    • organ is also of quite special significance for the life of soul. If
    • quite correct; the trouble is that the will which works in the
    • make their appearance. These then arise quite unconsciously in the
    • teeth, owing to the fact that what has come down is not always quite
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    • approach are quite inadequate, for they can only describe how things
    • in his childhood. It is quite important to realise what the outcome
    • pupils. You must envisage quite exactly what this would mean.
    • teacher's etheric body (and this should follow quite naturally as a
    • This can become a pathological condition, can become quite
    • it is quite impossible to follow at once some particular guidance
    • quite well be that the person who is now passing his life in complete
    • result of it all, liver and stomach are gripped with quite unusual
    • once on that occasion quite explicitly: “A high standard of
    • ones. This answers quite well for the life that proceeds merely in
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    • Let us be quite clear about these two ways. The first is as follows.
    • when abnormal conditions are present? It can quite well happen that
    • such a way that he tastes it quite specially. Something could also be
    • feel the warmth. It is, as a matter of fact, quite wrong to
    • these cases, we shall quite definitely try to fight the epilepsy with
    • same time to the point where epileptic phenomena pass over quite
    • It is quite wonderful,
    • such strength that they manifest themselves quite unmistakably in
    • not trust himself to speak. And as; a rule he would become quite
    • thieving; and I did have it quite strongly.” The phrenologist
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    • turned aside, so that the fulfilment comes in some quite other way.
    • now you will easily see that we may also have a quite different state
    • illnesses that are bound to assume quite special forms for the period
    • nature of the abnormality shows itself to us quite plainly in the
    • It happens quite naturally; but only in the light of what has been
    • speak about that also; we shall find that it assumes quite other
    • must face quite dispassionately — unless we want to go through
    • have the feeling: there is something quite wonderful about that
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    • peculiar to that period, the abnormality remaining as yet quite
    • physical organisation white. And now let us be quite clear and
    • before diagrammatically in the form of a sphere can quite well
    • But now, it may quite
    • quite important. For if we do not succeed in strengthening the too
    • sulphur. This can quite well happen; the proportion in which the
    • can do, he is quite content simply to say: “The things have
    • strange thing is, you see, that materialism is quite unable to probe
    • watch carefully until we can ascertain quite exactly what things he
    • quite apathetic, but at the same time show signs also of being
    • quite a number of children who have this kind of disposition, in
    • quite a simple, everyday sentence. What matters is that it comes to
    • Something quite wonderful can come out of this. Let the children
    • cases of this kind, the psychical treatment can be combined quite
    • has to do. That is, he understands quite well the words we say, but
    • quite characteristic. In many children, for instance, you may be able
    • anyone, he immediately wants to draw his profile. It becomes quite
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    • old when he came. During the time of pregnancy the mother felt quite
    • which I was speaking yesterday. He is also learning quite quickly to
    • harmony with the rest of the head. You will be quite right in
    • the head, that the boy is bound to be at some time quite without
    • when he had grown quite a bit, could the abnormality, which was
    • false principle. Tidiness is a matter of quite secondary importance.
    • gebeen”. He is finding his way into the German language quite
    • child. Both of these are things that can quite well be learned, but
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    • forefinger of his right hand. He has always, quite consistently,
    • quite near to them, it may perhaps be still half or even
    • going any further let us see that we are quite clear about the
    • yourselves, the body has remained quite powerless. Throughout his
    • quite well understands; he will just grin a little, he won't meet
    • cannot have been quite as represented, for at three years old the
    • quite usual. The child has violent spasms of twitching, particularly
    • movement. We have not yet hit upon quite the right ways to achieve
    • little fellow could quite well be trained to teach the actors the
    • by any other means. Indeed, it is quite possible you may fare like
    • child will begin to grow in quite a natural manner. And that would be
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    • giant embryo! You can see quite plainly that he has remained at the
    • however quite hopeful that after a certain point has been reached, we
    • with the rest of the body. The child is in all other respects quite a
    • who was born quite blue and could only after some time be induced to
    • must say, it is most significant, it is indeed quite startling, that
    • children do, who answers you quite properly and with perfect
    • you could quite happily converse by the hour. Is it not so? Those who
    • egoistic in the matter. He is quite capable of making presents to his
    • thefts take place. If I understood Frau Dr. Wegman aright, quite a
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    • authority shall make itself felt in this age of life. Quite as a
    • point out how important it is, when dealing with quite little
    • some quite small territory — where people are accustomed to
    • and it is quite possible that kleptomania may ensue.
    • child, we should find it possible to speak with him quite plainly and
    • always work; but we must have patience. One can be quite sure that in
    • who is not yet quite a year old, the case of hydrocephalus. Treatment
    • quite different morning and evening.
    • the fontanels were also quite taut, and the reflex actions more
    • illness; that is essential. And then one can listen quite quietly to
    • the one and only thing that can help is to face the situation quite
    • way, from quite a new quarter. But now consider for a moment —
    • positive sense. For it is, you know, quite possible for a cure to
    • it has as a matter of fact quite a special interest. For, whenever I
    • the sweetness all the time. There was indeed something quite original
    • were quite normal. After a time there will be some return of the
    • are more highly developed than man, spiritual beings who show quite
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    • difficulties the boy's soul would be today on quite a different
    • definite ability. You will however have seen from the quite simple
    • it quite well, carrying the whole thing through with intense
    • this, but you may any day receive into your Home quite little
    • enjoyment of discovering that he can write with his feet. It is quite
    • quite a number of children and knows how to make the right use at
    • circumstances, quite possible to carry out a thorough investigation
    • education in the way we are accustomed to do with quite little
    • we can see quite clearly that the astral organisation has made very
    • necessity, this Youth Movement, it is something of quite
    • quite simply of itself when once you have begun to fetch up from the
    • quite clear in your mind that these two figures, these two
    • appearance quite sporadically! Only under certain circumstances will
    • quite special constellations, constellations moreover that can only
    • was brought to Rudolf Steiner, he became for the moment quite peaceful
    • The time between death and new birth has been quite short, with the
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    • can differ quite considerably according to the education the children
    • whilst influences that come from quite another quarter and that
    • require to be interpreted quite individually. It is not a matter for
    • will be quite easy to carry out.
    • quite other grounds. He was of opinion that the mood of those
    • is surely quite unnecessary that we should waste time discussing what
    • best plan will be to ask and consider together quite practical
    • Metamorphosis, and you will see quite clearly that it is only through
    • weighing the words carefully, like someone who has done quite a lot
    • of speaking and yet never made himself quite master of the art.
    • was really quite delightful to watch how he would sometimes at dinner
    • regular pedant, this Gärtner! Really quite absurd! In Haeckel's
    • suddenly brilliantly clever, and showed quite remarkable powers of
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    • estimation of him in quite another way than you do for the so-called
    • in quite another part of the plant. In the very fact that the plant
    • behind the plant manifests quite particularly in these malformations;
    • speak, quite healthy. If however this same animal enters into man, so
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    • ourselves over quite passively to the world. Indeed, Science
    • a thought which is quite certainly a new one, which will arouse
    • previously was only known to us in quite a shadowy
    • substances. That is all quite justifiable and quite right. And
    • chemistry will go yet further. That will also be quite right.
    • who can be quite systematically and methodically developed
    • To-day, quite rightly, we regard the things that were
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    • It would be quite a mistake to suppose that
    • see this quite easily for himself. Moreover the same holds good
    • sceptical naturalist who had heard in quite a superficial way
    • are digestive organs. In reality it is quite different.
    • hand, is connected with his system of nerves and senses quite
    • approached it quite methodically; we have discerned what can
    • quite a special manner (also in relation to other things) with
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    • particular importance in medicine. We can quite well understand
    • organ. But as we study these things we must be quite clear that
    • gives quite different teaching in regard to cosmology to that
    • be quite clearly perceived. And indeed we find that the best
    • nutritious substances and the poisonous substances quite
    • object in question is quite still. They like to bring this
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    • quite passively to the world. Indeed, Science itself demands
    • quite certainly a new one, which will arouse no memories, then
    • take hold of what previously was only known to us in quite a
    • all quite justifiable and quite right. And chemistry will go
    • yet further. That will also be quite right. But if we want to
    • to which a person can attain who can be quite systematically
    • Mysteries there were places of Healing. To-day, quite rightly,
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    • quite a mistake to suppose that the soul-and-spirit in man's
    • warmth or cold, everyone can see this quite easily for himself.
    • digression. A very sceptical naturalist who had heard in quite
    • quite different. A sense-organ is only principally sense-organ;
    • hand, is connected with his system of nerves-and-senses quite
    • of the kidneys. We have approached it quite methodically; we
    • connected in quite a special manner (also in relation to other
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    • importance in medicine. We can quite well understand why not.
    • that organ. But as we study these things we must be quite clear
    • anthroposophical literature, you will find that it gives quite
    • processes can be quite clearly perceived. And indeed we find
    • nutritious substances and the poisonous substances quite
    • object in question is quite still. They like to bring this
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    • order to maintain health, must be in quite special relation to one
    • But we find quite a different relationship towards the spiritual when
    • make use of chemical agents, but which is quite consciously
    • spiritual nature is quite definitely introduced into the human
    • have very little faith. One can quite well understand that. But some
    • Quite briefly, I will give two examples that illustrate what I have
    • and plants, so one must distinguish quite definitely between the
    • something which plays quite an unimportant part in our ordinary
    • which I have described, one comes upon centres of knowledge quite
    • certain things which are regarded quite separately from one another in
    • have only quite an external connection with art or religion, we must
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    • order to maintain health, must be in quite special relation to one
    • But we find quite a different relationship towards the spiritual when
    • make use of chemical agents, but which is quite consciously
    • spiritual nature is quite definitely introduced into the human
    • have very little faith. One can quite well understand that. But some
    • Quite briefly, I will give two examples that illustrate what I have
    • and plants, so one must distinguish quite definitely between the
    • something which plays quite an unimportant part in our ordinary
    • which I have described, one comes upon centres of knowledge quite
    • certain things which are regarded quite separately from one another in
    • have only quite an external connection with art or religion, we must
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    • but it is also the way which will inevitably lead, quite of
    • expression in quite definite impulses; it finds its
    • awoken to the consciousness of himself, in quite a
    • which have been fused together and confounded by what had quite
    • — was Utopian. I am quite of opinion with the gentleman
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    • to be quite precise, we will have to say that something is
    • physiognomy of the earth was quite different. The area that
    • teaching is not yet quite as ripe in Cusa's books as in those
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    • was done by giving him a quite specially prepared etheric
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    • of Atlantean culture? Certainly it was quite different from
    • put into practice. As you know, it is quite correct to say
    • wonderful laws of spiritual economy, quite a few copies of
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    • too, had quite a different configuration in those early ages.
    • that continent had bodies that were quite different from
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    • the air but also of navigating the ocean water was quite a
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    • it in quite a few ways. His qualities of humility and
    • are those who can really absorb the things that will be quite
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    • quite different when the Druid religion was in its prime — some
    • within Western evolution makes it quite impossible for us to be
    • really becomes quite clear, but is more or less unconscious, dark,
    • after all, quite directly stimulate our life of thought and ideas
    • what has been going on within us, of which we have been quite
    • sleeping have very little relation to our ideas. They obey quite other
    • in those days was quite different from what lives within our souls
    • really an extraordinary region which shows that there are quite
    • the Cosmos, whether during a day or during a year, a quite specific
    • the cult included something quite different.
    • The constitution of the soul was in fact quite different, and it would
    • processes of plant-growth and vegetation quite differently from the
    • could see that the action of sun and moon was quite different on the
    • when the performance began. The curtains were quite wet! This intimate
    • consciousness and his whole constitution of soul were quite different
    • glimpses of a quite different constitution of soul. Men in those days
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    • penetrate into a quite different type of soul-quality, and we then
    • olden times men were quite different beings from what they are today,
    • considerable extent quite illusory as an aid to a real understanding
    • Natural forces in our sense were quite unknown to an older humanity.
    • of soul was quite different from ours.
    • life of man on Earth. It was quite natural for a member of this older
    • knowledge, was quite unknown to early humanity. Yet through it came
    • It was quite appropriate that popular usage should call such men
    • constitution of man's soul today is quite different from that of the
    • Jacob Boehme possessed this atavistic power when he looked a the plant and saw the quality of salt below, the mercurial in the middle and the phosphoric above. Thus we can see in the spirit of a man such as Boehme, who was a natural Sun-Initiate, a capacity belonging to an earlier period of civilization, that primal civilization before there was any reading or writing. You completely misunderstand him if you read works such as the Mysterium Magnum, the De Signatura Rerum or the Aurora and do not see that in this stammering presentation there is something quite similar to what I described in relation to the Druids. Boehme was not initiated in an external sense, but his Sun-Initiation rises within him like a repetition of an earlier earthly existence. We can trace this into the very details of his biography.
    • Einstein is quite right in saying that within the world there is
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    • period is of course approximate — in a quite different way from
    • The reason for this is quite beyond the conception of our ordinary
    • We ought to realize that we then enter a quite different order of
    • from a quite different direction. This is no longer a natural but a
    • science, that is, which needs a quite different sort of thinking from
    • men are trying, for the most part quite unconsciously, to fight
    • calculation is quite correct and there is nothing to be said against
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    • quite correct to use this expression — only when we realize that
    • impression which we today receive, quite rightly, when in our way
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    • even a cultured citizen of the present age cannot quite share, though
    • soul who searches into himself a little, hatred, even if quite
    • external sense are quite good people. With clairvoyant vision we see
    • is quite independent of time. The thing that matters is that you
    • acquire quite different thoughts about the soul of man. The human soul
    • experience of them, we find ourselves confronted with quite different
    • of Leonardo da Vinci was quite willing to have the picture seen, but
    • quite clearly as regards Kamaloca and Devachan and yet find it
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    • are quite justified in wishing for further information. Let us,
    • it was quite natural that, at a certain time of life, all that is now
    • general in Occult Science, but that is quite different from
    • really seeing into the spiritual world, which necessitates quite other
    • practising a certain kind of natural dancing. Not quite a year ago, in
    • worst) are developed. These forces which have quite different tasks in
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    • cosmic space quite alone, when it is not sending out its breath to be
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    • “four.” It would have been quite impossible for the ancient
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    • teachings. To begin with, we must be quite clear that the humanity of
    • please them; but they do not notice that the air becomes quite
    • course of the year to some degree would have been quite unable to
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    • diagram). And what was felt in a quite special way at that time,
    • about. But at the same time he was also aware of something quite
    • of what existed quite extensively in ancient times.
    • The understanding for the midsummer festival has quite naturally
    • And what is of quite special importance to present-day humanity is
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • physical body quite different from that to which we are accustomed in
    • Let us be quite candid about the trend of evolution. During the course
    • living feeling of being led on to wisdom by the Sphinx. It is quite
    • The man of the Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch has quite a different task.
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    • is quite as it should be; and the only way to arrive at a satisfactory
    • view is quite commonly held today and it will undoubtedly strike
    • moving. It is really quite important to take a little trouble to
    • to consider what we are in reality, that is quite another matter. The
    • particularly at certain points where science is quite at a loss and
    • belong to ourselves; for there Lucifer and Ahriman do not quite meet,
    • processes very nicely; all that you tell me is quite true and must necessarily
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    • somewhat older and the third quite old; they are very different in appearance.
    • it becomes feeling, and when it is quite old it is thinking. The
    • quite old willing (i.e., thinking). The different ages are in that
    • consciousness at all in ordinary life, we are quite incapable of
    • result. Thinking, the having and holding of thoughts, is quite
    • quite untransparent, as if it had ice tracings in it. Forms and
    • within the body.” We have the feeling quite distinctly that we are
    • way back quite easily. But when one has undergone an experience such
    • we are, in fact, quite lost in it. How does this come about?
    • is quite different in the case of the sleep consciousness. In sleep
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    • you have to resort to representations quite different to those you
    • the contents are to be recited by them. Something quite unique can
    • human character, quite simply in that if one is alive to it, one
    • thought, an art of declamation results in a quite direct
    • apparent. But for a sensitive perception they differ quite
    • quite another work to the
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    • in a relationship with the whole being of man quite different to
    • which resound to us from ancient times, though from quite
    • peoples, with quite differently
    • It is remarkable how something similar, and yet quite
    • begins in a manner similar to, yet quite different from
    • when we have learned to apprehend these things quite concretely
    • quite special style in the rendering of folk-poems.
    • opposite mood must be drawn from quite different realms of the
    • starting-point next today something apparently quite physiological
    • speech artistically. This is why it was quite justified when people
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    • itself, and consequently how recitation in epic metre quite
    • quite become a purely conceptual representation; it is arrested on
    • breathing-process which has not quite arrived at representation, we
    • is natural that the modern German language did not quite achieve
    • recitation, you will find in such knowledge a support quite
    • real art, but to mere routine. We enter upon a quite genuine, and
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    • called Imagination weaves and lives in an element quite other than
    • objectively quite different to the form assumed by an Imagination
    • declamation quite differently to one in which the sounds (vowels
    • style in which the French classics were, until quite recently,
    • though quite erroneously – assumed that the recitation or
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    • Something results from this quite spontaneously, that is not shaped
    • his Iphigeneia to a quite different mood. It was Hermann
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    • other over everything – I shall allow myself on quite other
    • really quite slight. It turned it into a poem that no longer lives
    • simply in high and low tones; it became a work where in quite a
    • body what should be experienced on a quite different plane. The
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    • direct impression. We are thus in a quite special position in
    • in our day an attempt is quite justifiably made to make art the
    • indeed different, but formally sound quite
    • the prose-sense, something quite unartistic. The real poet always
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    • syllables may be quite irregular, but in poetry they stand in a
    • creating the solid material world. It is quite as clever to say
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    • the primaeval innocent state, things were quite different –
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • exoteric life. Today we will first of all turn quite away from the
    • consciousness there plays quite distinctly the element we designate
    • see quite clearly the breaking out into the conscious of the waves
    • stands towards the individual being of man in a relationship quite
    • life it is quite easy to understand. Certainly the realm of cognition
    • must be awakened in each individual as a quite personal concern; and
    • Resurrection He had become someone who was present in a quite special
    • disciples; hence the appearances are quite individual, and we should
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    • attention to certain facts which are quite forgotten, intentionally
    • quite clearly if we go through the
    • cases the same idea emerges, but in the West the path to it is quite
    • ideas appear quite sporadically, and it is right that in spite of
    • must above all assimilate those thought-forms which lead quite
    • fault in ourselves when progress is not made. It is a quite
    • thought that behind the external sensible light something quite
    • recognise it. At this moment quite special feelings will steal over
    • he will quite naturally come to know the picture of the Divine
    • me.’ Then comes a second feeling, a quite definite one for
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    • this is quite natural, for — as has been emphasised again and
    • ever greater and greater number of people. These are two quite
    • a quite definite event in the moment following the separation of the
    • in the soul-world. Before this, however, he undergoes a quite special
    • Kamaloka, the individual experiences a meeting with a quite definite
    • — the phrase is not quite accurate, but that is immaterial here
    • feeling, now appearing quite naturally in the course of human
    • the next few days, and we shall then see that a quite new event has
    • seem to us quite comprehensible. Perhaps to such a person it would
    • really appears quite like Him. When, for instance, we hear that this
    • Christ-Individuality and this body is quite different from that
    • quite other regions, but only through a moral faith, not through
    • quite different from all previous concepts of it. Whither has the
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    • as an experience of the heart, the path opens out quite naturally to
    • summary in mind, the following quite justified question may arise.
    • appear strange that in every human being a quite definite kind of
    • makes a quite remarkable statement in his writings. Justin, who is
    • pre-Christian times quite unacquainted with the Logos? To this
    • quite clearly that if we want to understand human evolution, we must
    • concept of Grace must belong to his inner practice of life in a quite
    • Christianity, quite independently of the Gospels and of every
    • error, quite certainly to a distortion of the truth. Anyone who says
    • quite certainly deceive himself. In a human way we can go deeply into
    • perhaps quite close to it, he may not be able to do so. A curbing of
    • record, they have quite another sense. For in the Akashic record it
    • them. The way in which the highest truths are imparted is quite
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    • some definite moment in the past, we shall reach a quite remarkable
    • than their being merely parts. There must first be the quite definite
    • the name carriage thou seest its separate parts. Something quite
    • quite different is established, namely that which constitutes the
    • the human physical body had not yet acquired a quite definite form;
    • concept of the Ego, the ancient Hebrew was quite different from the
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    • for objecting to it. We must, however, be quite clear that al-though
    • of those who simply deny Jesus entirely; it is naturally quite easy
    • hand we see quite clearly that the great teachings of the life of
    • this idea. For looking at the matter quite soberly, what does it demand
    • sure to answer: ‘I know it quite well, for I see it when a
    • man who meets us in the physical world is quite unlike his single
    • water is quite unlike hydrogen? And so he is! Hence we cannot rely
    • of the physical body in a quite different way if we want to draw
    • quite essentially to the physical human body. To ordinary
    • the Form, of the physical body. We must be quite clear that to
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    • else we must take quite seriously what has been said about the three
    • and quite literally. Accordingly we must first concern ourselves with
    • quite another way: we should then know in truth what we are. As
    • Christological process, man acquires a body quite other than the one
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    • one born from the Solomon line. Then, at almost but not quite the
    • quite special manner. In fact, this body was such that the child
    • that precisely the researches made by western occultism in quite
    • every other, but in a certain respect quite different, and in order
    • centre, as in a tabernacle, and because of this it had quite special
    • is quite adequate if at first we say that an Ego, developed as Egos
    • in the Temple. It was quite natural that the parents of the Nathan
    • the astral body was quite different from the bodily development of
    • quite different. The ordinary law of inertia sees to it that certain
    • case worked quite differently from the way in which they affect any
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    • twentieth century a quite new epoch for the spiritual life of men
    • appears to be something quite new. If, however, we look away from the
    • Murrhard, near Karlsruhe, was for a time the pupil of a quite simple
    • only in myself. It has a quite different significance if I give him a
    • on the foundation of karma; of course that is quite right as regards
    • quite different from the Earth existence; that in the Earth existence
    • further incarnations, and it was quite exhausted when the Events of
    • spiritual life that a quite new age is dawning, so is it true that
    • have had to say that for quite clever people, who have all science
    • that when men were not aware that the earth is a quite small heavenly
    • came about; and indeed — speaking quite objectively — it
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    • but also to a quite pronounced feeling, as though water were washing
    • make us into quite another nature, so that in the world we feel
    • quite remarkable impression on him. He will say to himself: ‘I
    • quite different from the voice of conscience, which has been a
    • I have done will die with me.’ He will know quite exactly: ‘My
    • they will know quite intimately that Christ lives, and is the Source
    • centuries — he is quite dissimilar in his youth from what he
    • comes to be in his later activities. At a quite definite point of
    • Divine Love. We must be quite clear that no human feeling is capable
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    • 'Tis quite the same.”
    • epoch — an influence from quite another side and not to be confused
    • From the middle of the Atlantean epoch an opponent quite different in
    • the sun and is an embodiment of quite different powers. The result of
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    • constitution of man was quite different from that of the human being
    • who stands before us today. I will start from a quite definite point.
    • prepared within our own life. A Seventh Race will take on quite
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    • be watched quite inertly. And so man's inner activity of thought has
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    • processes of Nature is quite different in the morning, at noon, and
    • choral dance, the breathing system is so inspired that it quite
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    • natural to the Southern regions but their coming brought quite
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    • are in quite a different position. The very greatest illusions in
    • are quite familiar with the form of a tiny animal germ when they look
    • not only for the sake of eating and speaking, but for quite a
    • notice how the child's speech becomes quite a different thing. The
    • sounds, it is quite different from the way in which the child of
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    • is quite understandable in an age that is directed to the
    • when we teach them something from outside. They are quite justified
    • must see the will at work in the organs of movement, in the quite
    • state this truth quite frankly, because to utter it seems almost like
    • unions for educational reform. People know quite well that education
    • even in the first line, that we must rise to ideas of quite a
    • the line. He would mean something quite different. With us, the
    • there was quite a different feeling, one that came over from the
    • a function which is quite justifiable as we shall see in the
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    • sounds, quite differently from those whose gait is firm. Every nuance
    • Quite rightly
    • quite apart from its purpose (and it is the æsthetic sense
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    • are quite differently active. Similarly the burning process within
    • hunger for physical activity will arise quite naturally in the child,
    • and are quite ready to lay down the law about it. And so it comes
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    • is quite true, but fundamentally speaking, the forces of the whole
    • taught the child in this way remains quite foreign to him. He is merely
    • in nature, works quite differently upon the root from what a dry earth
    • to the nature of man. This is quite possible if the preliminary artistic
    • it is quite possible to convey to the child this conception of man as
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    • etheric body even though quite beneath our consciousness. It is
    • it is quite possible for him to realize the connection of plant-life with
    • contained in books, although of course it is not always quite as bad
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    • environment. The affairs of ordinary life often remain quite
    • not quite the same. In social life we are forced to put up with many
    • would have taken a quite different form in Europe and America.
    • man and bring the human element to expression in quite different
    • ways. In the case of primitive languages this is quite obvious; that
    • quite wrong. Anthroposophy has been given for grown-up people; one
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    • know a great deal about medicine.” It seemed to him quite
    • he goes to someone who knows quite well that the house must have all
    • absolutely normal is attained, the parents are apt not to be quite
    • life in his whole being. Quite instinctively he will carry over
    • fellow-men will be quite different from what it could be without such
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    • quite a number of years now Education has been one of those
    • principles and applies them quite externally. Whoever has the
    • his pupil, quite separated from him, and employs in a
    • acquired by accepting theories quite unrelated and alien to
    • impression all this makes when one surveys, quite without
    • mean this ironically, but quite seriously. There has never been
    • all this is quite beside the point.
    • quite concrete, individual human beings. That is the gist of
    • with the child up to the change of teeth. We see quite clearly
    • only quite young people can feel today. Even in old age he felt
    • 28th year, to give a quite exact description. (Most people
    • quite another life will be brought into the class when the
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    • healthy. He was so healthy that his teachers found him quite
    • therefore be quite glad when the children keep a sharp eye on
    • gain a hold in human life, point quite directly to a man's
    • one which I can describe quite exactly. I had an acquaintance,
    • but he cannot bring them down to earth. He was quite able to
    • quite well have lived beyond the 35th year; but then, besides
    • quite remarkable. There exists an unfinished drama by Schiller,
    • illness, that in some way or another, even if in a quite occult
    • grows out of them. It is quite natural that every teacher
    • requires a quite definite position in regard to the forces of
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    • This kind of thinking, however, although quite legitimate under
    • perceptions are quite undefined, and only gradually do they
    • feels an inner urge to imitate it. There exists a quite
    • shopping; he is quite naturally imitating her.” And this
    • quite unable to think correctly about the spirit, but think
    • belonging to Herr von Osten. This horse did quite nice little
    • After the change of teeth all this becomes quite different. The
    • When we are quite clear about this we shall, out of the whole
    • being. It is quite wrong to be tired when teaching; tiredness
    • to penetrate into the depths of human nature. But it is quite
    • through art, and this quite apart from the fact that in no
    • from writing to reading, but, quite apart from this painting
    • inner being. The results are quite remarkable. I will mention
    • make bowls and similar things quite by themselves, but what
    • received such lessons is quite different from what they model
    • in which a fully developed human life can be formed. Now quite
    • new added. If you will only take quite exactly what I have
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    • completely strange to him, is quite wrong from an educational
    • an inner mobility which is quite different from when only the
    • learns quite instinctively to differentiate himself from
    • only look at these things quite crudely. Imagine that the human
    • in articulated gestures, just as he learned to speak quite
    • to make them so. Hence it is quite wrong to do as is often
    • concepts have expanded and have become something quite
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    • he can learn languages, arithmetic and so on quite easily
    • considered to be quite inadequate. Nevertheless he became a
    • quite possible to shift this borderland, it is in no way rigid
    • have a doctor who only practises medicine and is quite outside
    • necessarily a very cursory observation. Quite apart from this,
    • things went quite badly with my efforts in this direction. The
    • necessary and otherwise not to see it. Quite apart from this
    • gives the class a quite definite spiritual structure. In this
    • they took part in a school outing they were quite unable to
    • school when they are still quite small. We take French and
    • a quite definite, concrete school made up of 800 children whom
    • attitude is a quite remarkable one. In the Waldorf School
    • arithmetic.” The children were quite unable to understand
    • regard to this we have come off quite well. The inspectors'
    • such occasions also give rise to quite special happenings. For
    • quite imponderable develops in the pupils when the teachers try
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    • accepts the authority of the teacher quite naturally; a healthy
    • authority quite simply and as a matter of course. Just think
    • for the quite young child, to be able to say to himself; You
    • something quite special, which does not however rise up into
    • him, then it is ugly. It is quite a matter of course for the
    • which perhaps are quite unimportant but which are spoken in
    • moments occur in the child's life. Then quite of itself the
    • way in which a number of children may be educated quite apart
    • quite remarkable experiences. I have told you already that the
    • inside him, and it is just here that quite interesting
    • the result that the audience was quite unconvinced and had no
    • teacher who says it. Now I love my teacher. He is quite
    • education must follow a quite different course from the
    • these very things that one can have quite remarkable
    • with quite specific questions. Since then things have changed,
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    • quite respectably solid, but a human being as described by such
    • doctor has acted perfectly correctly and has prescribed a quite
    • cholerics pommel one another so much that quite soon this too
    • point of view, quite apart from the fact that by doing so the
    • is quite another story. He soon has enough of it and finally
    • diplomat has a logical mind he will quite certainly fail in his
    • intelligence, but this does not last, it is quite transient.
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    • will quite naturally allow this knowledge to enrich the singing
    • instance, I experience the o quite definitely as a form
    • quite specially in the teacher.
    • allowing the children to speak together goes quite well; but if
    • a quite futile endeavour, for the course of history is a closed
    • quite separate and distinct things which can be expressed in
    • with what is real. It is actually quite arbitrary if I place 3
    • quite another thing if I have a small pile of beans and do not
    • the child will take it in quite easily. It is in accordance
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    • abstraction, is developed in a quite unnatural way if it is
    • however, because it was quite usual to throw the discus beyond
    • quite officially, that as yet he can do nothing, but must now
    • consider quite external things. Before the world war we had
    • books. This happens in a quite external way, and the person
    • poor tomorrow. For things take quite another course today than
    • the teacher who is quite unschooled in medicine — the
    • of the doctor, who is quite unschooled in education — the
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    • quite interesting to observe how anthroposophy is dealt with
    • kinds, who otherwise would have written on quite other
    • is quite comprehensible that the art of education is something
    • anthroposophical movement, something which is loved quite as a
    • all, for other schools get on quite all right. No, that is not
    • if one is quite cool in the mathematical sense, when one has to
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    • methods which have evolved in our time on quite other
    • what, apart from the place of the individual within a quite
    • the super-physical world at all. It is quite wrong to believe,
    • Teaching the child arithmetic is quite another thing. You will
    • f like this!” you are teaching him something quite
    • make it something quite different from what it would be if we
    • known, has a quite exceptional influence on the will. With its
    • quite different understanding from that aroused by the opposite
    • from practice. For you will see the child enter quite
    • differently into the subject; you will notice a quite different
    • which I have left quite separate, three. How have I got this
    • adhere to a quite different course of instruction. We proceed
    • Then we must be quite clear that we always want to let three
    • quite a different disposition of soul and spirit. So, in
    • in which it appears in legend is quite false; the truth is that
    • children would be quite different from what they are. They
    • This truth must be kept in view quite particularly by the
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    • feeling, even if often quite delicately, so that it remains
    • hand, to the quite elementary expression of human shades of
    • his name for “head” from a quite different source.
    • here and there from quite different relations. It is utterly
    • possible from quite superficial comparisons to observe his
    • simply a process about which once in a while you were quite
    • quite peculiar love. We shall have to assist the sympathy
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    • quite wise gradually to pass from the purely abstract art which
    • “interpretation” of poems is a quite appalling
    • quite well — for instance, take Schiller's
    • should refer the children to nature in quite a different way
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    • child, then, in the following way, quite without
    • favourite subject quite particularly recommended nowadays for
    • going quite slowly, in quite little steps, from one thing to
    • enter into a quite similar conversation with the children, but
    • or chair. We are here, the table or chair is there. It is quite
    • evolution this is of quite especial significance. Someone puts
    • “verb” with quite a different inner emphasis from
    • certain passages in novels. In fact, this is quite atavistic
    • quite differently. For this ego-sense in children can be
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    • is a quite calm joy, in transferring to letters the form of
    • just think, when you say Rebe quite slowly there is the same
    • to make spelling, orthography, uniform. Now people have a quite
    • — in accordance with quite strict scholarship. The method
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    • quite naturally connect with what we have already so far
    • you have worked upon his will. And quite especially you have
    • into provinces which they quite naturally do not like to enter
    • quite different inner disposition from one who has still long
    • too often to return to quite definite educational themes.
    • enter like this into the rhythm of life is of quite particular
    • which is quite justified, namely, to prove the existence of
    • it is something quite extraordinary. For the fourth
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    • Then introduce a quite graphic description of the human arms
    • able to address the child from a quite different background of
    • something quite unintelligible to the child if you were to
    • can implant in the child's soul this quite particularly
    • really remained quite unknown, or at least unfruitful in the
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    • historical connections. This will be quite especially important
    • always comprises feeling and will, you will not feel quite
    • concepts which can really quite well remain in the unconscious,
    • a quite peculiar process is going on — of which he is
    • for some position, and quite properly is asked: “What is
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    • attention to what is going on outside. You can quite well
    • are really not quite sitting. And let us take a delight in the
    • and expressed in the different languages — and, quite
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    • written letters. It is quite correct to preserve intact,
    • impossible, quite impossible. Impossible for the simple reason
    • that the Greek had quite a different kind of memory from ours
    • far side of which humanity still had a quite sound
    • other children for whom everything should be quite still
    • mind of the teacher must do its quite peculiar work. You must
    • especially grammar and syntax, for it is of quite particular
    • write anything true about it and many of them write quite
    • was to find out how far people are liars. This is quite
    • But it is important to make this quite consciously part
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    • the mountain structure. You begin to describe quite
    • — this can be done quite simply — in which potatoes
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    • quite horrible. The arithmetic and geometry books are very bad.
    • steam-engine or something of a quite worldly nature, something
    • more Western fashions of furniture and extract something quite
    • methods used in the Girls' High Schools, it would form quite an
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    • personal experiences, we guide, quite un-pedantically, the
    • which is almost quite foreign to the school of to-day. And if
    • Eurhythmy we shall contribute in a quite exceptional degree to
    • quite ludicrous. That alone proves to you how the whole of
    • few months over six. With such children you can quite well
    • training, of course, is quite good, but one must be aware that
    • quite peculiar guise, even as a separate subject, as
    • vowels long, and whereas the dialect quite correctly talked of
    • quite special way. I say: “Now three of you come out
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    • literary works on pedagogy. The Socialist leaders quite
    • quite different understanding from that in which the ordinary
    • socialism would be felt quite particularly in the sphere of
    • speak of “object lessons.” They are quite sound,
    • quite inwardly in our souls with the curriculum.
    • school he is quite a different being from the same child in the
    • lessons can reinforce the fantasy or imagination quite
    • must absorb these facts quite completely into your being as
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    • We must be quite clear that in man there are certain forces which
    • a concept, on the other hand, it has quite a different origin; for the
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    • were so constituted that it was quite impossible for you to bring them
    • have looked quite other than they do to-day.
    • this means that men are quite unaware that the continuous giving over
    • quite unfruitful for the earth if man did not absorb them and pass
    • quite a different nature from what builds up the other systems. The
    • Copernican system; it has also quite — different, artistic
    • it also holds good for philosophy. The philosopher of to-day is quite
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    • the man of this epoch in evolution. Let us first of all be quite clear
    • and sentient body. But when you speak of desire you will quite
    • not quite! For when the human being develops motives, something is
    • until it is quite close. What do the people coming from the party do?
    • must realise that a child has to develop quite different powers of
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    • one another, and by the fact also that we are quite unconscious of
    • judgment, which must of course form an opinion upon something quite
    • sight has. There are numerous organs within the ear which are quite
    • represent? He is supposed to represent a musical connoisseur who quite
    • represented his own conceptions in Walther, was, quite one-sidedly,
    • quite different from the sense of the ear. Eye and ear are two quite
    • two quite different activities so that to class seeing and hearing
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    • to you. You know quite well that all this happens unconsciously in
    • unconsciously, quite well-ordered. Finally when a poet speaks of his
    • And now observe yourself; you are at first quite quiet, sitting or
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    • great many old people become quite feeble-minded.” A favourite
    • and the fact are quite right. Only they do not prove what they set out
    • argument, then, we must be quite clear that in old age men become wise
    • and willing-feeling or feeling-willing. It would not be quite exact to
    • time). Three frightful things, which make it quite impossible for the
    • incomprehensible at first because they are quite unaccustomed to
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    • “ I .” These are two quite different activities of
    • are quite extraordinary. They say: you see the form of the outward
    • the other contains something quite different. When you confront
    • sense of warmth — are chiefly feeling senses. It seems quite
    • the red in one way and the form of the circle in quite a different
    • between the senses, between the perceptions, will be sought quite
    • Let us be quite clear about this; to know the human being you must
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    • meet with have quite distinct faces. What is the content of these
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    • but a remodeling of a quite special nature. It is comparatively easy
    • made, it does not quite succeed. The nearer the ribs are to the head
    • movement of the world. Please understand this quite clearly: the limbs
    • materialistic, taking our start from something quite different, from
    • That is to say, we began with something seemingly quite remote in
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    • It would be quite wrong to look upon the human being as a chaotic
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    • test at all? I have always had him before me and I know quite well
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    • limb man the head is quite stunted; and in the chest man, head and
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    • children up to the tenth year must be quite different, and different
    • attained puberty and through this has physio-logically quite a
    • a quite different relation-ship to the world than he had earlier. This
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    • is something quite different. It must definitely not be confused with
    • and movements: on the other hand it is quite distinct from what is
    • Thus we must say: to immediate ordinary perception, spirit is quite
    • lips or teeth. Vowels arise in quite another way. Vowels arise while
    • In order to attain to the spirit in the twentieth century it is quite
    • men sought to reach spirit and soul in quite a different manner. To
    • who now practice Yoga, feel. To-day we must proceed in a way quite
    • age will make nothing of it. He will be quite untouched by my
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    • physical organism is quite right as it is, it is quite normal. It has
    • and the inner formation of the soul also, have become quite different.
    • a young man of 23 or 24 are experienced quite differently when one is
    • quite little children. But, much though it grieves me, we have as yet
    • nervous system quite other than the metabolic activity; whereas man's
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    • ourselves. That would be quite wrong. For the right thing would be so
    • something quite different and we feel difficulty.
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    • something quite different. You find the teacher letting the children
    • has thought out is quite another matter. That is a concern of
    • appears quite differently. In the same way when the art of education
    • quite explicit that nothing could be made of the boy. I was now given
    • the child's life has also an outward manifestation. At this time quite
    • quite inorganic. For actually one could almost say: It is sheer chance
    • All this I can expound to the child in quite a simple, primitive way.
    • A child is able to take in the elements of Arithmetic at quite an
    • right introduction to arithmetic will have quite a different feeling
    • quite an arbitrary activity for the human being. But it is possible to
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    • be known it must be logical.” Quite right, but logical after the
    • arm is quite a different matter than for another child. There are
    • If we bring him something quite alien, if we bring comic things to a
    • cannot dwell on it, he turns away to quite other thoughts. It is hard
    • also to keep a class in order, even quite a large one. The Waldorf
    • have such a child I shall use colours and paint with him in quite a
    • quite a different painting from another child.
    • to do something quite different. In the case of such a child you will
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    • would not find his place in modern life, he would be quite at sea.
    • children in 1920 — say — one will proceed in a manner quite
    • 1924. For it may be that the staff has increased and so quite changed,
    • and the children will certainly be quite different. In face of this
    • quite exceptionally rascally.
    • the boys and girls work together quite peaceably. In these two pieces
    • reality of everyday life they will meet it in quite a different way,
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    • Some-times, when you are not quite sure whether 3 or 4 expresses the
    • Waldorf School that one can put quite severe censure into this
    • quite individually, so much so that he is happiest when he has the
    • to the Anthroposophical religion lessons. Thus it is quite
    • sound the children learn, when they are quite young, is the sound A.
    • themselves, though they are quite simply carved and painted.
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    • his relationship to the outer world is quite other than it was in the
    • the children you look in quite a different way upon a child who has
    • — you look upon this child in quite a different way from that of
    • quite new children — not the same children as before. And this
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    • The arms quite high up, and back to the starting position, now a bit
    • last you reach quite a speed.
    • Now please do the “O”-movement: quite high up and back (to
    • Now Mrs. Baumann will make an “E”-movement, quite high above.
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    • they are quite tired — in these things it is really a matter of
    • make the transition from the eurythmic to the gymnastic quite well.
    • pronounce an R, who are quite shocking in their pronunciation of the R.
    • the position to counter these symptoms, which quite justifiably appear,
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    • quite energetically with the children.
    • quite slowly as if you wished to do it thoughtfully. Thus into the A
    • with the particular movement. It is quite correct; it has to do with
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    • thoroughly permeated by vowels. Thus one has to do with quite another
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    • placed quite correctly indicates, people in the future will in general
    • matters such as we have just characterized. Quite the contrary: it
    • it is quite late, I would still like to go into a few matters in order
    • eurythmy. One will notice this quite clearly. Here one finds oneself
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    • that may quite possibly take place in the normally functioning human
    • present time, they are quite intent on treating the human being as a
    • would he quite the most beneficial for him, as in the case of paralytic
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    • life of their own, and had developed quite different qualities from
    • movements should arise quite spontaneously out of the human being. If,
    • speak to you quite freely about the etheric body
    • physical body. Of course you can, if you choose, speak quite without
    • sings,” or, again, in a more subdued tone of voice, at a quite
    • designed in a quite unusual manner. They are in no way intended to be
    • The Eurythmist experiences the movements quite differently according
    • quite naturally into the movements of Eurythmy. And, indeed, in
    • initiative of the will is developed quite remarkably through Eurythmy,
    • The fingers are quite meaningless when they are inactive. They only
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    • reach the interesting fact — and we must grasp it quite clearly: that
    • you know carbon dioxide quite well: you only have to think of Seltzer
    • looks quite different. Of course, the potato plant has a green part.
    • then they become quite especially strong through the process of making
    • course of their evolution — shall I say, quite of their own accord —
    • flour into bread. It becomes something quite different. And how has it
    • quite different that then goes over into the blood. The animal and the
    • they are something quite different from the roots, or from stalks and
    • quite the same, for the adult feels this craving inside him. The adult
    • something that is really judged quite falsely unless it is considered
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    • whom the illness began when he was fifty; he had become quite stiff by
    • old, the other ninety-two. The younger one was quite well-known; he
    • any other person who writes for a profession — loves coffee, quite
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    • music appears to be something quite special. Music has always
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    • years ago, when the human being was constituted quite differently. In
    • comes the astral body, in itself quite a complicated entity, and
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    • consciousness through the ear in quite a strange way. As you know,
    • however, for the musical experience, it is not quite correct. Musical
    • perception of instrumental music is a quite complicated process about
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    • they are quite fragmentary and incomplete and must be elaborated
    • someone said quite rightly that man senses an emptiness in the
    • performer in these forms; and quite by itself the instinct will arise
    • the musical element is as yet quite limited. If it were really to
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    • case like this must be viewed quite objectively. It is a fact that
    • and achieve with them something quite other than it is possible to
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    • quite different. Briefly — and I must be brief because we can
    • of view, which to begin with will appear to relate to quite different
    • Let us be quite clear about what this really implies. When a man's
    • abstract, unreal. Ignorance of the fact that something quite specific
    • something quite different in another region out of another people, the
    • these people, they may be materialistically minded, and then, quite
    • of hysteria lie in the life of soul. As it is quite impossible to look
    • Of one thing let us be quite clear. It is only possible to understand
    • events and confusing influences that quite inevitably come from those
    • impulses of power? Then one will act quite differently, trying to gain
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    • get another, quite different line; here we should come to the etheric
    • trace quite different lines for the physical body and the etheric
    • Matthew we find the annunciation of Jesus of Nazareth described quite
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    • existence. Perception of man's etheric body was quite usual in the
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    • the world of outer existence quite differently if it were not
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    • being develop quite differently and the soul makes something
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    • unite and fertilize each other, something quite definite must also
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    • ‘being filled with the Holy Spirit’. This is a quite definite,
    • Thus a people who developed in a quite different way and remained at
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    • of Oriental civilization it was quite correct not to make the same
    • It is therefore quite correct to speak of the twelve Bodhisattvas in
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    • at the beginning of post-Atlantean evolution. Quite different effects
    • beings by no means always! Quite obviously, therefore, it is not
    • made to illnesses of a quite different character when, for example,
    • astral body upon another is quite obvious. You can, for example,
    • come to a passage that would be quite incomprehensible to
    • quite clearly how the Christ-Ego worked upon all the other members of
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    • quite comprehensible to those who understand the character of the
    • what I am saying is quite understandable and is not meant as censure.
    • given in one place is presented somewhere else in a quite different
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    • Gospels, there is much that gives a quite erroneous picture of
    • of germination from a quite different source. Something unites with the
    • investigation would discover it to have been quite different blood.
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    • quite what he was looking for: it was something or other in the
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    • Quite apart from the reaction to modern materialism, which
    • which looked quite natural in the physical world but which,
    • quite interesting.
    • of human development on earth in quite a different way, because the
    • English approach is quite distinct from the German one; it is much
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    • Now it is of course quite easy — if we want to be critical
    • a special way — for Blavatsky's brain was something quite
    • brains. But it was in vain and had a quite extraordinary effect. To
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    • course, that this impact was in part quite negative. Those who had a
    • with the bridge to something of a quite different nature: to the
    • were thoroughly prepared for it. You can be quite certain that a
    • Thus numerous souls grew up who, for these reasons, had quite
    • their dreams? Because they feel quite instinctively, without any
    • initial aim. It is quite clear that this had to result in a
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    • have quite a different tone from those of the later Latin Church
    • would work quite independently of other things active within the
    • historico-cultural foundation; they were quite capable of giving
    • acknowledge that anthroposophy was something quite independent from
    • the beginning, and that it was quite natural for anthroposophy to
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    • Sadly, it is quite possible today to talk pure nonsense that goes
    • the post office. We found that this worked quite well. I wrote and
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    • world at large in quite a different way on what the Society had
    • of anthroposophy although it sprouts in quite different soil. There
    • were quite a few such objections to
    • afterwards that they were quite unsuited, that in reality this was
    • to be quite funny. I was elected immediately and unanimously as the
    • people showed that they wanted something quite different from
    • life, that we should become impractical people. Quite the contrary.
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    • anthroposophy as such relies on quite different sources. If you go
    • love and thus has to be sought in every single being, something quite
    • he became quite confused. Finally he reached the conclusion that he
    • impulse of anthroposophy, and which will then be regarded as quite
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    • of reality. Let us look quite impartially at what is here involved. A
    • the Gods. He was quite clear on this point, that he was in close
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    • level of consciousness quite different from that of
    • to our calendar we reckon 365 days to the year; this is not quite
    • strikes at the very roots of human existence. We must be quite clear
    • is portrayed in our dreams; we encounter quite other beings,
    • arise. We set little store on the dreams of anyone who quite
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    • he is too attached to the dead — and he is quite
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    • It is quite
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    • explanation is not quite as crude as this, but that is what it
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    • the Gods. He was quite clear on this point, that he was in close
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    • to our calendar we reckon 365 days to the year; this is not quite
    • strikes at the very roots of human existence. We must be quite clear
    • is portrayed in our dreams; we encounter quite other beings,
    • arise. We set little store on the dreams of anyone who quite
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    • century, the situation is quite different. In this epoch there is
    • It is quite
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    • its duty in the Cosmos. I want you to take quite literally the
    • explanation is not quite as crude as this, but that is what it
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    • by looking quite superficially at what happens when we
    • spiritual science quite specifically has to want at the
    • a particular expression which comes quite naturally to a
    • language is quite differently constructed the further back we
    • connected to their experiences in quite a different way in
    • nationalities who before that time had quite different
    • relationships with one another; who were governed by quite
    • do with impulses that we interpret quite falsely if we go
    • indications are based, it would appear quite natural that
    • still in their infancy. That is quite obvious.
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    • quite clear to those for whom the ideas of physical body,
    • quite inaccessible to ordinary human knowledge. And the
    • consider this rather simple form of knowledge quite
    • no mere abstract suppositions; it is quite possible in the
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    • absurd. It is quite natural that to our modern minds a
    • present aspect of architecture is quite different from what
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    • makes some people shudder nowadays, for a quite specific
    • It is quite
    • other hand, it is quite natural that, to begin with,
    • coming lower and lower down. They are quite unaccustomed to
    • this slate with its quite unique qualities, we are sure to
    • something quite specific, we shall be overjoyed to realise
    • has developed into something quite different from what we
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    • will be quite right in saying that the horses are pulling
    • breath of a person who is morally inclined is quite different
    • arise out of love show something quite different from deeds
    • will come when life will become quite chaotic if people do
    • ‘gradually’ will be quite a long time —
    • is quite natural for us to think at a time like ours, when
    • to see that the principle of taking things quite exactly,
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    • is quite different with something living. If the glove were
    • respect to quite a number of poetic and literary works. For
    • You are usually quite unconscious of it, as you are
    • life is asleep and quite different conditions prevail, of
    • opportunity to think and reflect about these things quite
    • when I stopped in mid-sentence. I stopped quite deliberately,
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    • that the sun became the center. This is taught to children quite
    • Well now, it is usually quite a virtue if one can forget
    • element is incorporated quite differently. The bird has air-filled
    • quite young, during the embryonic stage in the womb, he must be
    • made a sort of milky pap around the Moon, a quite thin milk-pap in
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    • with certain other substances one gets quite a thickish liquid.
    • in the air. The air was quite saturated with sulphur. So there was a
    • You know, of course, what a fin looks like — it has quite fine,
    • like joints. They were really quite ingenious joints, and in between,
    • than anything horn-like that we have on earth, but it is not quite
    • have quartz crystals, which perhaps would be quite beautiful and
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    • Today, however, things are done in quite a different
    • strata beneath the ground that contain animals quite different from
    • within, a cast of the animal is finely modeled, by a quite different
    • forces which are active today were active in quite a different way in
    • first quite simple, a nucleus in the center with an albuminous mass
    • can see that substances still existing today were used in quite a
    • everything is confirmed later. Quite a number of things will be
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    • like the Alpine range with its jumbled strata, they then find quite
    • We see from this that in earlier times there were quite
    • with quite different plants and animals, and today one can still see
    • to maintain himself and develop quite freely, where he was protected.
    • and half fish. We cannot escape the fact that man then looked quite
    • back he was watery, quite fluid. So naturally no fossils were formed
    • quite clear about it.
    • rose, we would have found that they had quite a thin skin, a little
    • hard. So at the time when the earth was not yet quite so hard as it
    • drawings, which are comparatively simple but which reproduce quite
    • quite certain that the eagle will not be making a statue of an owl!
    • already arrived at a stage when man was really quite spiritual. And
    • there looked quite different from present-day man; they were thin,
    • sees a lake somewhere and today some place may be quite far from that
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    • was actually quite different from what it is today, and had its field
    • speak) — the Chinese and Japanese had a culture quite different
    • So, gentlemen, we find a culture there that is quite
    • was naturally quite different from what happened later: a man became
    • think today would have been quite foreign to the Chinese. We think,
    • thought in quite a different way, in a way impossible for man today.
    • LAO and BAO, each meaning things that are quite different but also
    • grows quite old before one can write or in any way master the
    • is quite a different affair from the Chinese painting. You see, when
    • the two gentlemen at the back quite small. Were I to photograph them,
    • in the photograph also they would come out quite small. When I paint,
    • quite big, the next behind smaller, the next again still smaller and
    • you can see the Chinese think in quite a different way; they do not
    • It was quite different with the Indians. Now just
    • You see, the Indians are quite different people from the
    • their way into things and were quite familiar with what was external.
    • gazing fixedly at the tip of their nose, so that they became quite
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    • quite clearly: that of all things the two most essential for human
    • dioxide quite well: you only have to think of Seltzer water with the
    • first of all it looks quite different. Of course, the potato plant
    • have healthy bodies, but then they become quite especially strong
    • have come in the course of their evolution — shall I say, quite
    • make flour into bread. It becomes something quite different. And how
    • something quite different that then goes over into the blood. The
    • been happening, so that they are something quite different from the
    • child's craving. But it is not quite the same, for the adult feels
    • animals! So protein is something that is really judged quite falsely
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    • quite stiff by the time he was seventy. But now he is eighty-five or
    • quite well-known; he had written many books. But he was a man who
    • profession — loves coffee, quite instinctively. He sits in the
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    • of questions have been handed in, which lead up in quite an
    • was acquired in quite a different way from the way we acquire
    • baby quite properly, and it was to be engaged, the paper said, —
    • children brought up by ape-nurses will quite certainly become
    • from the ape. For when man still had an animal form — quite
    • Imagination has no place in what is real. This is quite right for us
    • developed from quite simple ideas. Listen to this, for instance: When
    • fires; and in this way the message arrived in Greece in quite a short
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    • question. I don't quite know how to put it. One knows that plants
    • can be proved quite exactly that there is no emptiness anywhere in
    • quite correct to say that one planet has a particularly strong
    • instance, works quite differently upon the earth from the light of
    • do things that they should really be able to do quite easily. For
    • instance, there are men who are quite unable to sew on a
    • smaller and all would atrophy. He thought quite seriously that human
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    • Quite obviously, life on the earth is connected with the
    • We can see quite clearly that this period of time is
    • influence of the sun is quite obvious, that of the moon not obvious
    • You must remember that the constitution of Mars is quite
    • to you quite recently how the earth too was once in a condition when
    • Herr Burle: I am quite satisfied, thank you!
    • quite different from that possessed by man. You need think only of
    • would come to light if one were to study how scents that are quite
    • it has other, quite different effects as well. I spoke to you about
    • century foodstuffs will become quite unusable if a certain knowledge
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    • that down below it may still be quite cold while up above at the
    • while this is obviously quite possible in regard to the seasons. The
    • great-great-grandparents, were quite different. They would sit
    • about the weather. Naturally, such things need not be quite exact,
    • with a gigantic towel to make them quite dry! But the matter is not
    • quite definite things, of which they were just as sure as we
    • speak quite hypothetically, because I don't know whether there is any
    • quite a different humor than when a storm is raging. We don't notice
    • sugar in the coffee. But I am speaking quite hypothetically because,
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    • not clouds — the lightning flashes out. And it is quite correct
    • quite irregularly, and gets this seemingly zigzag formation. The
    • answered quite so quickly. I will lead you to the point where you can
    • had come out quite wonderfully. The whole thing looked just like a
    • rather badly; the sides don't quite fit together. If in particular we
    • they have not yet quite grown together. The earth actually consists
    • life of science discovers quite useful things in this direction.
    • words. But the whole thing smelled of show business. Falb knew quite
    • though usually in a milder form! I am quite pleased to relate
    • edges of this tetrahedron, the earth is actually not quite joined
    • already related here in quite a different connection. Suppose here is
    • during his lifetime — in fact, quite the contrary. He became so
    • Below, where the jaws begin there are quite remarkable structures:
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    • Well, the matter is not quite so simple as that. For
    • somewhere else. The calculation was therefore quite correct, but
    • was about to cross the earth's orbit and would pass quite near to the
    • reckoning this was quite correct. And it really would not do to put
    • came closer. Littrow reckoned quite correctly that in September 1872
    • something that was previously quite unknown and that is now so
    • from work, are not quite like the people of the thirties and forties
    • problem will look quite different. It will finally be given a sounder
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    • whom all the others depend. As things have developed, it is quite
    • be doing. So one must say: Something is quite obviously lacking. And
    • would have been in quite another body! The body you had then has been
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    • again and again. For the period in question this was quite right; every
    • this fact was never quite lost, even in the time when men had ceased to
    • receptivity was quite different in the past. A person was satisfied then if
    • And it was quite in keeping with the outlook of those times
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    • today is quite different — but knowledge of the underlying members of
    • effect on it is now quite different from their action during life. They are
    • spiritual scientist, anger is also the harbinger of something quite
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    • must leave ourselves out of account and quite forget ourselves. Truth has a
    • opinions will not suffer anyone to reach truth along a quite different path.
    • It is quite
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    • — we find an urge in the soul, at first quite indefinite, towards
    • to gaining knowledge of the super-sensible world, we are in a quite different
    • observed. This also applies quite specially to all endeavours to gain
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    • quite wrong. The immediate impression we get from looking at the figures is
    • that here we are witnessing the quite definite moment when the encircling
    • encounter a quite individual method of presentation which shows that Rotteck,
    • reverse of dry or insipid. We have only to read the Foreword, which is quite
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    • It is quite
    • years, take a quite definite attitude towards human nature. They start from
    • developing his capacities. Not through vague talk, but in a quite definite
    • avoid the charge of vagueness, I will describe quite briefly what you will
    • he has excluded all impressions of the outer world. So through these quite
    • is quite in keeping with the original Greek usage. The deployment and testing
    • quite mistaken to regard this as a form of asceticism which can be a means of
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    • do.” Another member would reply: “Quite simple — I'll go on
    • there is something I would like. Naturally, it is something quite egoistic,
    • forward quite unselfish wishes.
    • quite petty forms of egoism, perhaps out of vanity and the like. On the other
    • the word, egoism, and say: When the rose strives quite egoistically to be as
    • and spiritual life in terms of the spirit, we find that something quite
    • organism. Cut it off, and in three weeks it will quite certainly no longer be
    • that the Mignon episode could be left out. But it would be quite wrong to
    • that other people do out of self-interest are done by her quite naturally.
    • it is quite conceivable that he should
    • something quite different was involved. He wished to show that Wilhelm
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    • in a quite different form, has no more significance for Theosophy or
    • the point of this parable quite clear, Nagasena says: “Thus it is also
    • that what keeps these two world-outlooks decisively apart is the quite
    • quite objectively. It is precisely Spiritual Science that is the right
    • “suffering”, as used by the Buddha, does not have quite the
    • This is quite in
    • the causes of this contrast, we shall find them in the quite opposite
    • between them can be put quite simply. All genuine Eastern culture which has
    • non-historical, quite in the sense of the cultural background out of which it
    • another world, the quite different world of Nirvana. Christianity presents a
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    • mere fancies, derived from quite arbitrary cogitations, rather than for what
    • the scientific literature will leave you quite unsatisfied as regards the
    • having a fairly powerful influence on earthly life. Quite apart from the fact
    • case. Quite different figures emerged: the relationship was not constant but
    • proceeded quite scientifically, taking account only of observations carefully
    • something quite different — on whether or not a capacity to discern the
    • sympathy for anything else. Fechner was a quite different sort of man; his
    • Even among quite sensible people today you will find no other opinion than
    • Spiritual Science with superstition. Quite often today we encounter a piece
    • various places is not due to chance but varies in some quite regular way. And
    • this is no longer quite true of people today, especially in towns. But if we
    • moon, and therefore about an important aspect of life, is truly quite easy,
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    • The question is quite simple, and yet it is so difficult to answer: why did
    • of view the matter was thought to be quite simple. It was thought, for
    • quite clear that everything which surrounds us in the outside world is
    • consists of quite different constituents than paint, canvas, light and dark.
    • regarding the nature of language, it must be quite clearly understood that
    • language is based on quite wrong premises; namely, that if we regard human
    • quite clearly that we have to create again in our soul an immediate
    • instance I investigate from one particular aspect and it is quite clear that
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    • quite natural to laugh and bleat at everything, without ever trying to
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    • study the historical origin of the word, we shall gain a quite different idea
    • experience, and since I must speak quite objectively, with no bias one way or
    • its limits quite objectively if we allow our souls to assimilate what has
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    • the quite different aspect expressed in comedy, in the humorous approach
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    • human astral body is quite different. We have already seen from previous
    • quite appropriate for a giant who has a hand the size of a small child to
    • disharmony of the human being with the physical world quite clearly. There
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    • relatively short time — a quite different being. As he goes through
    • interest to another, so that the character of his life will be quite
    • of coming to resemble him quite closely. Such a man may indeed be open to
    • example, the facts show that a man alone is a quite different being from what
    • audience. This grips him and he goes home quite convinced.
    • that his soul is quite empty. Then he must be able to open his soul to
    • impressions which at first, if he is still a beginner, will be quite new to
    • for instance, with no notion of how it was worked out, may quite easily
    • quite passively, in a negative frame of mind; he will need no positive
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    • that someone in an avenue of trees has the quite normal perception of seeing
    • acts quite systematically, choosing every step it takes. There really is a
    • unhappy subject we are dealing with today can be fitted quite naturally into
    • something quite different from everything else within our experience. It is a
    • quite a different sort of resistance which cannot be recognised by a thinking
    • these things can be healthy. But they quite certainly do not lead to good
    • make quite a different contribution to the well-being of the human being than
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    • recollection. As a quite young man, I once had a slight experience of the
    • be requited by other deeds. In the course of time, this conviction gave rise
    • treated as quite separate from one another. We named these three members the
    • comparison with what it is now? Only a quite abstract way of thinking could
    • reason that the same subject was treated by a late Greek poet in a quite
    • soul, but he never quite reached that point. He confronts Orestes with
    • present-day sense; but he never quite gets that far. In that century, the
    • conscience a dramatic embodiment, but is not yet quite able to do so.
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    • a revelation from another world something quite different from anything we
    • a quite impersonal note:
    • them. And present-day research is quite wrong in supposing that the sagas of
    • the old clairvoyance occurred in quite different ways and at different times
    • to work in the same direction. Aeschylus, quite clearly, is still in touch
    • of the ancient clairvoyance. With Dante it is quite different. He shows us
    • Here the soul of Dante is quite alone with his personality; he is not
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    • spiritual visualization is quite different from knowing
    • force on the soul which is quite extraordinary, and the more
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    • although it is quite difficult to speak of these things.
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    • begin with, human life was actually quite different from what it is
    • Japanese have a culture quite different from ours. We should have a
    • that is quite ancient, and today this culture can still be observed
    • through this — naturally quite different from what happened
    • that of later men. What we think today would have been quite foreign
    • The Chinese thought in a quite different way, in a way impossible for
    • quite different but both signifying brook as well. So he puts
    • us, reading and writing can really be called quite simple; indeed we
    • the Chinese this is not so; in China one grows quite old before one
    • we paint, it is quite a different affair from the Chinese painting. I
    • be quite big and the two gentlemen right at the back quite small.
    • quite small. When I paint I do it in such a way that the gentlemen
    • sitting in the front row are represented as being quite big,
    • From this you see how the Chinese inwardly think in a quite different
    • are quite correct, but it always looked as if formerly there had been
    • culture which is quite ancient and goes back ten thousand years
    • It was quite different with the
    • mind. The whole Indian culture took on that character; it was a quite
    • The Indians are quite
    • really put himself into things and was quite familiar with what was
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    • have been handed in, which can lead in a quite interesting way to
    • they knew, however, was acquired in a quite different way from
    • comes about in quite a different way. There was once a time when
    • animals? it is a quite natural question. You look at the apes as they
    • course, largely untrue, but sometimes in a quite remarkable way
    • paper there was a curious picture — a small child, quite a baby
    • holding the child quite properly, and it was said to be installed
    • deteriorate. The children brought up by ape-nurses will quite
    • (quite different indeed from that of the ape) the present ape was not
    • no place in what is real. This is quite right for us today, but the
    • culture has actually arisen from quite simple ideas. For example:
    • way the signal arrived in quite a short time at Greece. This was
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    • the bees, reproduction is limited to quite a few exceptional female
    • reason that in olden times, wise men who had a knowledge of all this quite
    • hand the bee is quite especially favoured by the fact that, in its turn,
    • When one stands before a hive of bees one should say quite solemnly
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    • dwelling has certain forces within it; it would be quite another
    • signifies something quite definite that it lies within this
    • quite soft.
    • shall soon see that quite another reason comes in question. The
    • We have quite
    • It does not think itself quite ready after twenty-one days, so before
    • time, for then quite other things would happen.
    • eat honey we eat the spittle of the bee; we must be quite clear as to
    • but one is quite unable to explain this by merely observing the eyes of
    • only two small eyes, one at each side, and three quite minute ones on
    • same time quite another significance, for in the minutest quantities
    • one day it will come to an end. Now it would be quite possible to
    • Quite wonderful
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    • I made recently is quite correct. I said the bees have a sense which is
    • took the trouble to think they would discover many quite remarkable things,
    • to the infra-red, they will behave quite differently, for then there are
    • cannot be done away with. You must proceed quite logically here. I
    • strongest of all in the larval state. Thus, it is quite
    • it senses the light as a concussion, it is quite shattered by it. One
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    • It will be quite
    • quite a number of very interesting experiments. As I shall refer to them,
    • them had arrived at quite interesting ideas as to the source of the
    • here or there. In man there is something quite similar to quartz, but
    • — quartz — then this has a mineral-nature; it has quite a
    • quite a simple fact. Honey is sweet; it contains a great deal of sugar.
    • touch quite briefly on two other points. They may seem rather strange to you,
    • interesting if Herr Müller would tell us quite simply whether he
    • believes such things to be quite in the air or no? Such things are customary
    • quite aware, for it is an obvious conclusion to reach, that a horse
    • be quite idiotic to think a horse could count. Even a University
    • flowing evenly in his veins, then the bee senses something quite
    • plants in the one case, and unfavourably in the other. It is quite
    • is quite different if the Sun sends its rays to the earth at the
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    • which the bee-keeper spends in working are noted down quite exactly in a
    • charge. How it came about, I am quite unable to understand.
    • quite different dots, quite different minute creatures are there, and
    • many apiaries, and not only with one, know this quite well.
    • just a part of the general farm produce. This is quite a different
    • sense this is quite right, but at the present time conditions are such that
    • all price levels are quite false. It is fundamentally impossible to
    • anyone knowing the nature of the cow realises it is quite
    • Quite certainly gentlemen, they manage to get it! Some of them
    • is not even quite so bad if cows so maltreated for milk-production
    • horribly, but the smell had remained quite shut up within the
    • quite wonderful, this picture. One must therefore say, the
    • 100 years hence! It is quite comprehensible that someone should say
    • today — I do not understand how this will be quite different
    • in 50, 60 or 100 years time — this is quite comprehensible.
    • has said. It is quite correct. Today one cannot as yet confirm these
    • something similar. Today, the whole conditions are quite different.
    • — this is so is it not? (Certainly.) Then, quite naturally,
    • prices must be fixed on quite a different basis from that on which we
    • electric torch they keep quite quiet, as though they did not notice
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
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    • to these two points, one might say it is quite true that the eating of
    • like to say, in quite a personal manner. For instance, you should consider
    • skeps were made. Straw attracts quite other substances from the air
    • through the quite special relationship between the two different
    • the bees. I am myself quite convinced that these methods will prove
    • quite unlike the Spanish bee, and so on. Bees are most strongly bound
    • results will follow. It is quite true as has been said, that so far
    • in this mechanical manner is valueless; one must be quite clear that
    • I should like to say something quite briefly about the nature of this
    • to you the sane process in the quite different form in which it
    • been quite different if the egg had not been laid there. Very good,
    • figs, just at the moment when the wasp eggs are not quite fully
    • accomplish this quite apart from the trees; in the case of the wasp
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    • Queen does not wait in her development till the Sun has quite
    • find the facts quite falsely stated, for it is represented as though
    • generally speaking, a man will have quite a good sound heart if he
    • him; the heart may still be strong for quite a long time, but already
    • bee-poison, which is a very powerful one, then one must be quite sure
    • it is quite right to say that one does not get the same product if sugar
    • so on, till there may be quite a long cone, like a fir-cone. The
    • as the wasps, they must set to work quite differently. The ant makes
    • and are well cared for, so that we really must say it is quite
    • of Nature quite a little cow market in aphis is carried on by the ants.
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    • or of wood which has become quite hard, and is no longer living; also
    • can happen in southern countries, and the house may be quite pervaded
    • bitten away. The grass which is allowed to grow becomes quite
    • hardened soil made by the ants, the cultivated grass has quite hard
    • quite other things can also happen. There are certain caterpillars
    • these caterpillars are covered with woolly hairs, with quite prickly-woolly
    • injured for quite a long time. The caterpillar does not die, it is
    • scientific discovery had been made, quite in the modern way. It was really
    • is today, concludes that the earth will one day be quite dead. It would
    • select the plants which we can cultivate so that they get quite hard,
    • harmful. Those who are still wiser, will say something quite
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    • enormous number of facts. It is therefore quite natural that
    • it starts boring in quite a new direction. It makes a little ring-like
    • quite filled with formic acid. It is a highly remarkable fact.
    • so on; one gets quite interesting results. But in certain
    • him at all. It was quite correct; the man had too little formic acid,
    • or more especially his intestines are not quite in good order, and if
    • would do quite stupidly all that I have described as so beautiful.
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    • would like to accomplish a quite definite task, I mean the
    • in this quite concrete sense.
    • meant entirely in this quite concrete sense. One would be
    • meets with quite a different interest than he does if his
    • here in the Goetheanum, it is naturally something quite
    • to turn to the public in quite another manner than is
    • — in quite another form when listening, because that
    • stems from quite another place than his heart. And truly, all
    • understand quite clearly what is really stirring in the soul
    • the context. Hence, the lecturer needs quite other things
    • something — from all this, there results quite
    • haltingly. The latter, as we shall see, depends upon quite
    • but, to be sure, it happened quite otherwise than he had
    • all. It is indeed quite natural that one can lecture a bit
    • does not set quite right. The way in which one formulates
    • something quite different, which will be particularly
    • acquiring the art of lecturing. But it is quite especially
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    • of all have to make quite clear to ourselves what the content
    • further — so one also allows oneself, quite
    • differently formed, then you would also have to have quite a
    • consider what is quite especially characteristic in the
    • quite impossible, when one looks inwardly at the
    • out of the human being in quite a naive way, as his fingers
    • the wrong point — carried over to a quite wrong domain.
    • it arises first of all quite corrupted. How does it arise?
    • philosophers are only quite funny fellows. They always blab
    • connection in which I spoke lately, one could quite certainly
    • illogical, it would he of course quite crazy.
    • language. (You have indeed learned logic quite well by
    • matter has become quite clear in modern times. In the
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    • quite clear —: if one speaks today to a proletarian
    • meetings. One feels oneself suddenly quite transformed. One
    • it is necessary to gain political power! Certainly, it is quite
    • quite well suited to be installed as Minister of the police, he did
    • workman has developed quite definite concepts in regard to this
    • religion, science, art, morals, rights, and so on, must evolve quite
    • the others — naturally considers himself something quite
    • shoemaker makes shoes with all his heart. And I am quite certain that
    • what is quite proper for people of the working-class is detrimental
    • Switzerland; but it is quite common that people begin their account
    • well as one's head. Not to be quite right in the head can be expressed
    • as not being quite right in the “Oberstuebchen.”
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    • speak in Germany quite differently from the way one could speak
    • cannot conceive ideas concerning its own free mobility. This is quite
    • this is quite certainly demanded even from a humane standpoint,
    • that is bitterly needed for the world today, one can become quite
    • system like that of Switzerland is really something quite special. It
    • is indeed something quite special. For, first of all, Switzerland is
    • quite special. What does it represent? It is something that is held
    • Switzerland is, if I may put it this way, quite virginal in regard to
    • moved in a quite different way into France and Germany and the
    • something quite different, namely on something that is through
    • accomplish when forced to address such an audience? Quite literally,
    • Things change quite a bit
    • points made by the opponent and quite seriously using them to counter
    • beforehand. Therefore, I thought that he was quite clever, he
    • entertained again today and maybe he is quite cheerful about
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    • quite instinctively in such a way that the manner in which
    • sometimes (something that is quite necessary in
    • objective. Man hears himself speak quite instinctively. In
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    • this manner, one is quite simply also led to the point where
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    • be quite harmless in the realm of lyrical thought, but when it becomes
    • speaking quite generally this trust in the spirit was simply non-existent.
    • find that he must approach them with an attitude of mind quite different
    • the writings on the subject of nature indicate quite clearly that anyone
    • fifteenth century, and more strongly so in earlier times, it was quite
    • of a mental outlook quite different from our own. When we peruse books
    • fifteenth century were quite different from ours. Going backwards from
    • eighth, seventh and sixth centuries, and we find quite a different state
    • the priesthood is carried on quite independently of the Greek elements
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    • We have to be quite clear
    • For there were certain ideas which arose in quite another way from the
    • quite small communities, in village tribal communities.
    • the individual in quite a different way from the stream I have already
    • at that time quite a lot of knowledge was kept secret by certain mystery
    • A.D. was quite different. I have gone into this
    • something quite apart from their participation in the spread of Catholic
    • quite special disposition of soul in two respects. When people told of
    • living world-conception, although it is quite abstract, brings its
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    • David Hume has spoken quite correctly; however, his fault
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    • present-day psychological approach to these things is quite
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    • the outer world. Please take what I am saying quite
    • quite correctly be designated as clairvoyance is confused
    • with a striving toward a mathematical clarity of soul. Quite
    • one way he is quite correct, and it is important to pursue
    • what is a reaction of the soul to the sense-world. For quite
    • happens in the outer world. I know that it is quite possible
    • possible to indicate quite exactly what one does in order to
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    • separated from the bush, the rose is not quite real. An
    • panorama of our experiences? We are quite clear that the
    • this discussion quite dilettante and I am fully aware of all
    • quite clearly that in this imaginative world we have
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    • tinged but still quite ingenious explanation, in which the
    • There he says something which seems to me quite correct; he
    • breathing. What otherwise takes place quite naturally in the
    • fully aware that he exchanges his aeriform organization quite
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    • quite familiar with the fact that at times you can despair
    • is an activity of fantasy, quite justified, that goes on in
    • developed at that time — of course, it was quite a few
    • enveloping form of an organ, something quite concrete. If you
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    • something quite different from what is recorded today. Quite
    • the course of human development reveals something quite
    • developed quite naturally in the course of history out of an
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    • that Eduard von Hartmann had been quite right in claiming that during
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    • of modern scientific thought quite well. I must make this one preliminary
    • exemplified quite clearly in certain individuals. Human beings seek to
    • did not become a scholar of the conventional sort is shown quite simply
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    • themselves in the world in quite a frightening manner. I once met a
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    • something quite extraordinary when he inhales. When inhaling he experiences
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    • fundamental fact: we must be quite clear that we cannot
    • counterblow, to express myself somewhat crudely. It is quite
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    • deal with man's etheric body. It is, of course, quite natural
    • little granules and that is not quite ten percent of the
    • when these processes, which are quite normal in origin
    • illness, it is quite important to begin from the less
    • It is not quite accurate to say that the ego and astral body
    • that was known in earlier times. This is no longer quite
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    • the entire human being and are able, from quite another
    • something about which we can acquire quite another complex of
    • right. The head radiation was also quite different.
    • could soon be seen quite clearly. When we do this — put
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    • now all quite familiar with them.) The astral body is too
    • dietary considerations can become quite important. This is
    • raw fruits. It is quite correct, in this individual case, a
    • does something quite special. Everything else — the
    • irregular digestion, become quite healthy later if carefully
    • great service in this way. On the other hand, it is quite
    • are still quite similar to their outer states, where the
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    • being. It is quite correct to draw attention to currents
    • the elder (sambucus nigra) or lilac. Let us be quite
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    • differentiation, quite another structure will naturally
    • course, quite unable to produce the substance
    • ‘lead’ in oneself. However it is quite possible
    • are led to the necessity of using quite high dilutions. You
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    • deformities. In the future (the question already quite
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    • there were a few weeks when I had to be quite far away from here, but
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    • the meadow, they do not enhance its greenness, they are quite neutral.
    • quite neutral to the green; they are absolutely indifferent to the
    • itself through green. The etheric body is quite a different colour, but
    • is quite different when the colour of the flesh is ruddy and when it is
    • appears tinged quite distinctly in the direction of white, and to
    • also be quite clear and transparent; but then it is a diamond. Black,
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    • Notice how we must resort to quite different methods of producing
    • quite different ways. In one case we required red, in the other yellow
    • Thus we get these three colour-natures of quite different kinds. They
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    • conclude that all these pictures have a quite definite character.
    • quite tolerable. If I paint a blue table — just imagine a room full
    • symbolically, that one must unfold the quite inartistic; this colour
    • that quite another way and method must be employed. We see the
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    • greenness of the plant-world, which had not quite reached the stage of
    • bloom; but what is not quite so much of the past is the leaf's
    • Science was such that it was quite on the lines of Spiritual Science.
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    • It would be possible even now to explain quite “learnedly”
    • comets leave space and return at quite another place. This is
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    • the present day. One must lapse into quite different epithets from
    • and weight into quite definite relationships in outer sensible
    • If you go back to quite ancient times in which man still had an
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    • the (first) Goetheanum at Dornach, which is said to be quite
    • sees it. But the truth of this point is quite unintelligible to modern
    • perceive man as a kind of angel. What the horse sees in man is quite
    • instance, of this kind, one is quite unable to conceive the
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    • surface, only with a more orange colour. We shall have quite different
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    • The case is quite different when we go on to other colours. These other
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    • Goethe stood quite alone in his own time. He alone uttered these
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    • degree a reversal of the truth, are quite customary in the
    • that not only men but also the world of facts may quite
    • quite naturally, quite as a matter of course, aware of
    • particular, quite individual case.
    • have stood before Troy quite long enough, and are yearning to
    • addresses them quite differently from what is implied in the
    • quite erratic and contradictory way, first in accordance with
    • overturned horse-drawn removal van, quite unnoticed since
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    • demonstrated quite objectively that what in Sophocles is
    • Voltaire: quite as a matter of course. The transition is made
    • in Corneille; in Voltaire the situation has become quite
    • be quite unthinkable in ancient drama. This is Philoctetus,
    • by the Sentient Soul culture. Intellectual Soul culture quite
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    • quite objectively — not subjectively, as a people
    • later epoch and written quite differently, but even so it
    • quite different language. And if one is more closely
    • “Iphigenia” has something about it that is quite
    • this way, but about other things, certainly. It is quite
    • speak quite objectively of the latest configuration of Middle
    • things must be weighed quite objectively, particularly by
    • Quite obviously
    • something quite tremendous! That is something wherein all
    • the egoism of the State demands. And so quite correct
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    • quite involuntarily when he is speaking belongs to what is
    • not quite the same — if it were, we should have to
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    • It is quite
    • have rolled across Asia, a time when a quite different kind
    • conceivable? It is quite inconceivable. But a time will come
    • and in any case it will be something quite different from
    • come into being can quite easily continue.
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    • acanthus leaf. Quite recently, therefore, I have discovered a
    • dome, each of these forms would have to be quite different,
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    • based on a quite different conception from that of the Greek
    • painting with colours if colour were not something quite
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    • quite different from the forms of the three stages of
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    • — perhaps quite unconsciously and naïvely —
    • quite another way — those who have real feeling and not
    • should have quite a different relationship to the world of
    • before us something quite definite, differentiated. To fathom
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    • said to be quite unnecessary for true ‘Theosophy’
    • clairvoyance and what the horse sees in man is quite
    • — though to be sure it is not quite the same in the
    • being. It is quite easy to speak of Spiritual Science and its
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    • was so decisive, remained quite unproductive in Æsthetics.
    • quite well what she may implant in him, so as to be able again
    • feeling of pleasure quite different from any other. Comparing
    • which we owe an element of utility to ourselves, it is quite
    • delight. It would, however, be quite erroneous to hold that
    • he overcomes this constraint by putting to quite arbitrary use
    • following words: ‘You create quite differently from the
    • the Idea. This is quite a different thing from what the German
    • Idea. He says quite rightly that the basic conception from
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    • would like to accomplish a quite definite task, I mean the
    • in this quite concrete sense.
    • meant entirely in this quite concrete sense. One would be
    • meets with quite a different interest than he does if his
    • here in the Goetheanum, it is naturally something quite
    • to turn to the public in quite another manner than is
    • — in quite another form when listening, because that
    • stems from quite another place than his heart. And truly, all
    • understand quite clearly what is really stirring in the soul
    • the context. Hence, the lecturer needs quite other things
    • something — from all this, there results quite
    • haltingly. The latter, as we shall see, depends upon quite
    • but, to be sure, it happened quite otherwise than he had
    • all. It is indeed quite natural that one can lecture a bit
    • does not set quite right. The way in which one formulates
    • something quite different, which will be particularly
    • acquiring the art of lecturing. But it is quite especially
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    • of all have to make quite clear to ourselves what the content
    • further — so one also allows oneself, quite
    • differently formed, then you would also have to have quite a
    • consider what is quite especially characteristic in the
    • quite impossible, when one looks inwardly at the
    • out of the human being in quite a naive way, as his fingers
    • the wrong point — carried over to a quite wrong domain.
    • it arises first of all quite corrupted. How does it arise?
    • philosophers are only quite funny fellows. They always blab
    • connection in which I spoke lately, one could quite certainly
    • illogical, it would be of course quite crazy.
    • language. (You have indeed learned logic quite well by
    • matter has become quite clear in modern times. In the
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    • quite clear — : if one speaks today to a proletarian
    • meetings. One feels oneself suddenly quite transformed. One
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    • course, have to speak again quite differently in England or
    • would be if the Kernpunkte were written quite
    • and Central Europe, it can be taken quite literally, word for
    • really have to be composed quite differently, because in
    • mostly condemned to speak in front of nowadays? Quite
    • something quite different than I would. But it was equally
    • knew anyhow. Hence, I considered he did things quite
    • realize that the preparation is something quite subtle! For,
    • “correct,” but good it is quite certainly not!
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    • quite instinctively in such a way that the manner in which
    • sometimes (something that is quite necessary in
    • objective. Man hears himself speak quite instinctively. In
    • itself. One doesn't have to go quite so far as a certain
    • this manner, one is quite simply also led to the point where
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    • prepared to take the chair. His opinion had been sought quite
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    • by the rolling waves — quite literally — of
    • fruitful is that of medicine. Yet Anthroposophy will quite
    • thought of as being quite generally human in an entirely
    • join a group. Only those for whom it is quite impossible to
    • have been quite appropriate.
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    • is quite impossible to find entry to a group.’
    • ‘Only those for whom it is quite impossible to find entry to
    • There are quite a number of people in South America who are
    • personally. I think it is quite impossible if members refuse
    • majority is likely to come about quite naturally. But if the
    • group? So far we have had quite a definite view on this. But
    • Maurer: I quite see that it will be necessary to move up
    • given lectures to doctors in which I spoke quite directly of
    • you are an anthroposophist it would be quite a good thing if
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    • most delighted to accept. For quite some time we have been
    • necessary for us to be quite strict in conducting the debate.
    • earlier, before we began our meeting, it is quite difficult,
    • will have saved quite a tidy sum. I can see my respected
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    • Society on the other. It was quite justifiably stated here
    • This will certainly amount to quite a task
    • the Statutes for more than three days. I am quite sure that
    • am quite prepared to replace ‘of the soul’ with
    • have been thinking about it for quite a long time, several
    • have been working out of this conviction for quite some time
    • quite aware that Dr Steiner does not wish to see his name
    • that the formulation of this sentence was quite a headache
    • convenient points for attack. I think it is quite sufficient
    • national groups at which I was present. It will be quite
    • not aroused of something that is not quite above-board or not
    • quite comprehensible for outsiders.
    • judgments than were some quite simple, humble people whose
    • now is quite impossible.
    • here is made quite clear in Paragraph 8 by the reference to
    • are stages within the schooling. These stages are quite
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    • that it will no longer be quite so cold in the outer room. It
    • Paragraph is in the main concerned with the fact that quite
    • had the opportunity of realizing quite well that in the
    • falls quite naturally, so there is no need for me to say a
    • quite different. You will see from a work of literature which
    • something quite organically linked with spiritual science. It
    • clear about the fact that it is quite likely that a movement
    • it can quite well tolerate internal secrets. For the really
    • permission to print. In one way I am quite grateful to you
    • will be quite suitable to recommend the reading of the
    • objection to fulfilling the order. That is quite
    • points. So I think it will be quite alright to leave this
    • DR STEINER: It would indeed be quite
    • whom it is quite impossible to find entry to a group should
    • A SPEAKER: To make things quite clear it
    • be the case. Perhaps it will be quite a good thing if we have
    • they are staying. It is quite a good thing not to irritate
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    • Experience over the years has shown this quite clearly. And
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    • DR STEINER: That is quite right. The
    • DR STEINER: That is quite correct. In a
    • quite harmful. What we need are sensitive fingertips. The
    • scale of Carnegie, but I am quite certain that the vanishing
    • Society. These are two quite separate things. I presume you
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    • four-page letters will arrive here. It will be quite a task
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    • year ago had turned out to be quite inadequate for our
    • that quite soon a good deal more will happen even without the
    • abstract this time. We want to reckon with certain quite
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    • Anthroposophical Society in the long run. But quite apart
    • these arguments may not apply quite so sharply any longer. I
    • easy to get everywhere. In fact it would be quite a good
    • particular difficulty. So I think it will be quite manageable
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    • gods had been glad to give them in the Mysteries. It is quite
    • entering those often quite unassuming dwellings inhabited by
    • longer quite comprehensible to mankind today, the pupils of
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    • It is quite likely, if we carry out into the world what has
    • prospects are quite good. Would anybody else like to speak on
    • of Carnegie, though of course never quite reaching the
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    • this voice, which was in its way quite remarkable. For it is
    • mankind quite soon. Equally it is my purpose to bring about
    • discussed here and what has quite evidently been understood
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    • way than could ever be matched by its quite external, exoteric
    • I will have to describe quite differently. In the past four years,
    • on in fact, quite recently — another movement made its
    • attention to another matter. For quite some time past, able members
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    • judgment-forming in the Society. A challenge was issued, quite
    • conclusion from my lectures, another a quite different one, and each
    • presenting can be quite variously interpreted. For my interest is
    • a particular judgment. What is required is something quite different,
    • the period tends to be quite a long one. Let us say that one forms
    • in the life of the soul quite differently after this first re-casting
    • unconscious, where it carries on a life of its own quite
    • brought out facts quite ideally suited to serving as the foundation
    • I have found it quite
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    • living on a tiny speck of an earth quite insignificant by contrast
    • course, quite in keeping with the whole stance of modern learning.
    • quite rightly proclaiming anthroposophy with great enthusiasm. But
    • world that keeps its activity quite separate from everything that has
    • It was quite possible to do this satisfactorily in the kind of
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    • be a quite unthinking person to say, “I feel my humanity alien
    • but I feel quite at home with the knowledge they produced.” The
    • quite of itself. Everything that the will thus experiences as its
    • will's impotence, take wing quite easily when one sits in a circle
    • quite unthinkable just a short while ago, before civilization reached
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    • the Greek to picture his gods as human beings and quite another for
    • the Logos quite as concretely as the Oriental did. The Greeks did not
    • individual will live out in other, quite different earthly and cosmic
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    • they thus share may be quite brief. As everyone knows from such
    • such intimate soul-depths in them; it is something quite else. It is
    • experience of the cultus is something that quite of its own nature
    • anthroposophy's development, and quite a good many members have also
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    • though in quite another connection. A true spiritual investigator has
    • quite proper to that sphere, if one has to occupy oneself with
    • quite different form.
    • should be aware of is that it is possible to be quite specific as to
    • logic, the logic of reality, is quite a different thing than abstract
    • spiritual world convictions and attitudes quite properly adopted in
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    • that my remark was made for quite a different purpose than to express
    • a considerable number of them — of quite specific
    • university youth has also come into the picture with quite different
    • expectations, with a quite definite picture of what is to be found in
    • the Society, with quite definite feelings. One might say that these
    • they want to understand it. That takes quite a bit of doing. For our
    • approach life with a quite definite craving or demand. This
    • substance of his book from them. It had all become quite mechanical.
    • its provisions quite literally, but the outcome will be entirely
    • be two quite differently constituted groups in the Society if it is
    • fetch me. I wasn't quite on the point of going to sleep. Someone came
    • after all, quite correctly understood. Now the details could be
    • back over a span of quite a few decades. It became clear, as Tuesday
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    • Tuesday was conceived as a response to a quite definite need that had
    • hermits; they grew into some quite specific community or other. They
    • to a craving for such human communities. It was quite evident a while
    • Now quite a variety
    • Dr. Rittelmeyer said quite rightly, in the course of the Stuttgart
    • life is one that we take quite for granted and seldom think about or
    • rest of his organism and as yet quite undifferentiated. This means
    • Something special comes alive in them that makes for quite a
    • can reveal of the super-sensible, the experience is quite a different
    • life-oriented, for deliberations such as these led over into it quite
    • rather a much more inward one that would lead over quite of itself
    • only to end up, quite as a matter of organic necessity, in a
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    • quite different dreams, hence be living in a different world. Neither
    • work of anthroposophy. That is the quite deliberate intention. But it
    • Anthroposophical Society. It would be quite possible — and
    • This was really quite
    • present inflationary conditions, is nevertheless a quite respectable
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    • is quite extraordinary when you allow Schopenhauer's philosophy
    • thought element we must consequently draw quite fine.
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    • soul into spiritual regions. For something quite definite is gained
    • a man who has perhaps made quite exceptional discoveries in the
    • Clairvoyant consciousness has therefore a quite special value, but
    • really accomplish it, is quite another question. It is another
    • us. Hence we have the quite ordinary result of which I have often
    • perhaps a quite decently behaved person, who does not make any very
    • until now he was perhaps quite a modest man he now becomes arrogant,
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    • discover them for itself? This can he shown by a quite trivial
    • journeyed in the night to Mars, where our surroundings would be quite
    • “It is quite impossible that there should be many people who
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    • times, but they then worked quite differently, for man was not then
    • the body, are quite different — the first are inherited, they
    • strengthened by the fact that in quite other ways than is the case
    • Christian centuries it was quite impossible for men to grasp the
    • first quite incapable of comprehending Christ except through faith;
    • future. Otherwise this is quite impossible. We must be able to form
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    • Isaiah, who must not be accepted as a man quite in the ordinary
    • development something is revealed to him which quite of himself he
    • in space is quite correct for practical purposes, but anyone who
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    • — as a quite abstract and general truth — that in every
    • It is by quite
    • take place something quite different had to happen than would
    • quite different from the rest of mankind. The second thing is that
    • describes this quite differently, it describes what we perceive to be
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    • higher we come to the Exusiai, here we have to do with a quite
    • perhaps quite agree with a well-known German professor of philosophy
    • mankind in a quite special way.
    • surrounding world works on us quite differently from how it does
    • his evolution, the part we have just described. A quite different
    • ancient clairvoyance. With it was associated a quite different kind
    • quite different. We are told for instance, in these ancient
    • quite clearly that his physical brain and nervous system were not
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    • recognise from quite ordinary facts that there is a great difference
    • dirty. These natures are related in a quite special way to their
    • instrument — must be treated quite differently from the soul
    • a certain extent inhuman to laugh at a simpleton, but it is quite
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    • this was quite a small idea concerned with some scientific or
    • the idea is quite a small one. The occultist knows that it appears
    • important fact, namely, that after seven days a quite clearly defined
    • way of the external astrality. We are then aware of it quite
    • things which might be accepted quite abstractly take on a special
    • astral body. People can convince themselves of this in a quite
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    • Renaissance, the influx of another stream to which we can quite
    • the neighbouring stream of Arabism had to he made fruitful by quite
    • and teachings into the world which have developed quite naturally out
    • creatures, will only be understood when quite different ideas
    • one in which it is quite impossible for us to continue to live unless
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    • we do here, but souls then heard something quite different from the
    • we see how much of constructive force they contain that is quite
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    • questions is quite different if he believes in the eternal of the human
    • quite different tasks. Nevertheless, I stand before you, the same which
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    • is another way than the western one try to attain wisdom in quite a
    • views and you find that those who looked for wisdom did this in quite
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    • thereby differs quite substantially from the time of the great spirits who developed
    • his adherents to a quite new concept of guilt and atonement, to a concept which
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    • of a “thing-in-itself,” but only of the quite subjective world of
    • within our nerves which continue in the brain which excite us by quite unknown
    • but apparent world and in a second world which has a quite different origin,
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    • impression, the idea is quite subjective. I have nothing of the “thing-in-itself”
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    • be my task to test a prejudice of our time quite impartially.
    • a scholar centuries before Christ what has been found on quite different ways.
    • to the human soul in a quite natural way — but now the spirit comes from
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    • be active. Concerning desire and grief towards his destiny it is quite similar
    • is quite analogous to the question of the naturalist. A quite analogous consideration
    • seems quite strange. He wrote down a complete mass — which he heard once
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    • up to quite different worlds. The human being has to lift desire and harm, the
    • of our inside in a quite new way. Then the human being perceives himself as
    • of our fellow men becomes fertile in quite different sense if we have advanced
    • with such an attitude faces as a human being other human beings quite differently.
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    • brought forward was quite untenable in the light of strict research. We see
    • is it not of quite particular significance if a researcher of indubitable reputation,
    • it may be also quite right to refer to them as authorities; because it does
    • to 1870 caused quite different interests at first as one had intended. Do not
    • you study a clock, you can explain it quite mechanically, and, in the end, you
    • state of the lowered consciousness may be quite untouchable, no one may doubt
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    • anything else than quite abnormal matters. These are some interpretations which
    • listen longer time. There something quite strange soon becomes apparent: the
    • told to you. The dream consciousness spins out such stories quite dramatically.
    • but this event has transformed itself like lightning into a quite dramatic action.
    • the dreaming person can observe himself quite objectively among the different
    • of conditions: from the arbitrary dream up to such quite regular dream perception
    • you do the following: you illuminate the room quite brightly using ten lamps
    • expresses them allegorically and transforms them into a quite dramatic dream.
    • a composition of delicate formations which are built up like a quite delicate
    • This astral world has — I can say this only by way of a hint — quite
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    • words are still of quite different kind. They are of such a kind that they can
    • get to truth that he knows how to develop such forces that are of quite different
    • answers may appear quite futile to the rationalists and materialists. The first
    • present and took place at different places quite different spiritual manifestations
    • I could speak in detail of the fact that still quite different powers stand
    • of Kardec, a spiritistic work, but of quite different kind as the American works.
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    • hypnotism is something quite new that it is something that science has conquered
    • because this father plays a quite important role also in the history of the
    • here is nobody, the room is quite empty. — Or you may also say to him:
    • different qualities that they have an effect of quite different type on other
    • him. It was a quite peculiar person, a person as they may have appeared in the
    • scholar must regard as a quite fantastic thing. Darwin’s biographer, Preyer,
    • was written from quite different preconditions in the 18th century. Preyer dealt
    • theses of people who became quite well-behaved and competent scholars of the
    • he had quite extraordinary results there. He was unusually popular. However,
    • Quite rightly Benedikt pointed to the fact that one cannot distinguish in the
    • They are understood in a quite wrong way. They only must be considered correctly
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    • In history you find quite strange
    • that scholarship cannot get involved in theosophy, which has gone out from quite
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    • based on Darwinism to quite different views about life. He did not consider
    • first sub-race of our root race, this spiritual life presents itself quite differently
    • is the result. Theosophy differs quite basically from that. Truth has to develop
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    • intended for quite different circumstances, for another people, for quite different
    • The esoteric differs quite substantially from the exoteric. The exoteric is
    • still in quite different way. There must be an intimate relation of the teacher
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    • it in a Spiritual Scientific way we can quite clearly perceive that
    • or ancient Egypt had etheric bodies that were quite different. All the
    • that are quite different again. Can the human being develop these
    • quite different from what is experienced purely intellectually. Mere
    • until he has become quite different. One and a half millennia ago the
    • harder and harder. On the other hand something quite different has
    • front of me; with Clairvoyant vision I can perceive him in quite
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    • impressions in quite a different way than through ordinary memory.
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    • After a few days the body of the thirteenth became quite transparent,
    • now speak of quite new experiences. The twelve could recognise that he
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    • person concerned knows quite clearly that the voice comes from the
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    • stimulation of the feelings. The life of the heart is something quite
    • If we wish, however, to make the distinction quite clearly, we must
    • of sleep. But, if we test the matter quite accurately, we shall
    • of that time, are not yet quite severed from him; there must still be
    • yet see into the higher worlds. One can be quite assured: for those
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    • Buddha. But he experiences such a revolution in his incarnations quite
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    • bound to concepts and ideas. It could quite easily happen that anyone
    • with spiritual investigation, these truths would produce quite
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    • the conditions of the times. It is quite obvious to us that the
    • epoch. Culture in the Greek epoch was quite different. Instead of the
    • been quite unlike other human beings; he was often very ill and his
    • wise men, also, could learn something quite new from the youth. He was
    • now able to speak of quite new experiences. There had come to him,
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    • thought is undeveloped, we shall be able to notice quite definite
    • thought today we may be able to remember it quite distinctly and in
    • quite certainly have lost his life if he had not heard this voice;
    • prematurely old. Thirty years ago, for example, children looked quite
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    • quite differently about them; I realise now that the sufferings would
    • This attitude can even arise from quite an ordinary view of life
    • will become comprehensible if, quite tentatively to begin with, he
    • self? We must ask ourselves quite frankly: What do we really know?
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    • workings of karma, and one point or another may well not be quite
    • in many others we shall be quite unable to discover any connection. It
    • quite a different attitude to events confronting us in the future; our
    • roughly speaking not quite seven hundred years ago. Conditions were
    • the twelve basic types; it is just a matter of being quite exact. And
    • efforts should be made to repeat them but for quite other reasons.
    • personage or figure in the Gospels. Quite recently a lady informed me
    • his own views but something quite different, that is, the thoughts and
    • quite changed. The twelve different rays of human outlook were united
    • however, something not quite harmonious about these influences. Anyone
    • instinct, looks at a wall that is usually quite dark. The room is
    • say something more than once during a lecture, I do so quite
    • Such a happening surely indicates that we must develop quite a
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    • a new birth quite different forces from Mars, but because of the
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    • one. Through a quite specific event the spiritual experiences
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    • something which may easily be overlooked, but must be taken quite
    • Bible and that it is quite easy for this meaning to escape us.
    • intelligence. That is something quite foreign to the nature of God,
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    • aware that there are powers quite outside the scope of anything he
    • concerned people who had not been initiated as he had. It is quite
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    • now become quite clear about what constitutes this difference. There
    • fifth Root Race. The man of Atlantean times had a quite different
    • worked in quite a different way, It is only during the fifth Root
    • have happened. Here you have expressed quite clearly the two
    • the vulture gnawing at the liver. That is to be taken quite literally.
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    • Jehovah — religion, the wisdom of which is quite without personal
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    • unchristian and quite incomprehensible.
    • to one another but they point in quite different directions.
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    • in the street, but his feelings are quite different. Feelings are
    • which take place quite differently in the mysteries because they are
    • — that the manner in which architecture was formerly studied is quite
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    • word, could strike down an adept, would have quite a false view of
    • a continent upon one very simple little board. It does not quite take
    • which are quite correct. In books about the Count of St. Germain you
    • is quite different from the normal craft masonry. The ordinary craft
    • occult laws of nature, through which quite definite effects are
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    • put it bluntly, it is quite unjustifiable to speak in public in the
    • that is quite clear.
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    • incarnation is not quite wasted. These are secrets, how the great
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    • Ancient Judaism became quite clear, at a
    • split away. Thus, in earlier times, the earth was quite a different
    • kind of dwelling place for man. Man was quite different physically,
    • which began as a seed, would in the future bear something quite
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    • quite correct to speak of Races here; the forms which then lived
    • accessible to quite different forces than is our present physical
    • say that this etheric earth was accessible to quite different forces,
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    • continuing reincarnation? Man would come into this world quite
    • theosophical world. Actually, however, people find quite different
    • At that time there were quite
    • Arupa state, there is then still a quite condensed tiny imprint of
    • Round. What is at first entirely external becomes quite inward, and
    • this evolution, they are devising a quite specific plan. It is really
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    • ninetieth, had its quite specific task. In each degree there were
    • quite specific tasks. Nobody could be promoted to a higher degree
    • would then have quite a different elasticity. If it is fixed in [the
    • music of Pythagoras out to be quite a simple notion. Reason could
    • do with the progress of humanity. And in our times we have a quite
    • occultism has become something quite different; the consequence is
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    • something quite unconnected with any kind of duality or with any kind
    • something quite special happened in her. A glance from Hiram-Abiff
    • quite lost. Because of that, the so-called Higher Degrees of
    • is, after all, quite natural; as materialism developed itself, then
    • in the knowledge of higher planes. It is therefore quite natural that
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    • Testament, quite wonderfully. Genesis has it very beautifully and
    • to fertilise in a quite different way. Physical nature had divided
    • quite specific ideal. Freemasonry created its ideal for the future —
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    • theosophical world outlook, but in addition we can gain a quite
    • teacher flow quite naturally into the child, and together with them
    • life. It would be quite different if he were educated to say about
    • something quite different from merely knowing the truth, the reality,
    • worthy of it — it means something quite different to experience this:
    • transformations. No, that they are not! We must become quite
    • nation than the Greeks, would find expression in a quite different
    • quite remarkable and special shows itself to us here. It is much
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    • though it had quite a different name in the outside world.) Then a
    • nothing in particular from it. And yet it would be quite wrong to
    • most Freemasons as something quite irrefutable — is, when properly
    • these Craft Masons, there are still quite a number of masons who
    • have already become acquainted with quite a bundle of things likely
    • something quite specific — about something so specific that it
    • however come — and it will be quite a specific point in time — when
    • the least aware that something quite new will replace the old symbols
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    • certain sense it is always there, but in a quite different
    • number of ideas which explain the actions on quite other
    • direction.” I said to the man quite baldly:
    • it quite precisely to yourselves: While you are sitting
    • is quite a different impact from when we merely impact our
    • of characteristics that are quite normal in life. When we
    • in gossiping. It is quite natural too that when we allow
    • next few weeks, it is quite natural, as the other man is
    • have a room in which I am quite alone.’ I led her
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    • is not quite sure of his parentage but he goes about on the
    • good reasons for speaking quite differently in each of the
    • individually different. I admit quite frankly that this was
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    • world which is quite different for him from what is often
    • death is quite different from the mode in which words come
    • quite a different proceeding, it is a self-surrender with
    • Thus it is quite a
    • And you may be quite sure of this: as human beings, through
    • earnestness. One only struggles through quite gradually to
    • something quite different from what it would when spoken by
    • something quite different if a foolish person, some
    • quite different manner in which one must place oneself to
    • to experience them quite intimately. In such matters this
    • Science in quite a small circle, we were at first joined by
    • cease if mankind should quite lose connection with the
    • something quite actual, he would be spell-bound, almost as
    • last sentence is quite consistent, although the author is
    • ideas and mental pictures quite different from those which
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    • question has to be quite different to the often trivial manner
    • the 19th century, theoretically, quite strong points
    • of view arose, and quite a firm idea was established that a
    • being is quite impossible. Solely and only by following the
    • reaching the age of thirty five, has become quite physical, but
    • quite naturally: to be born and be incorporated as a human
    • considering mankind, is something quite foreign to easterners.
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    • abstract, theoretical form, and apply it quite concretely in
    • quite different to those living with Christianity today —
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    • result something quite terrible has come to the fore. It must
    • towards the world. It is quite necessary that this must be
    • have been corrected by our members. It is quite necessary to
    • sometimes, as in this case also, quite out of goodwill; but the
    • best will can turn out quite evil when it is not seriously
    • World sense and thought through. This is something which quite
    • priest, Frohnmeyer, has developed out of quite a wide mass of
    • are as such really quite large in the world. Today we can't
    • world situation: amongst quite a large number of people it is
    • the insight that it is quite impossible to do something with
    • talents: Dessoir relates a very naive and quite beautiful
    • find this a quite extraordinarily characteristic for such
    • Quite tragic-comic, even joking, I might say, however is a
    • I feel it my duty to be quite impartial and state facts. I hope
    • this is pointed out, how it is in fact quite a strong piece
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    • activity for thought, quite shut off from the outer impression.
    • was the conviction that one could arrive at the purest thinking quite
    • view one is led to quite imaginary conceptions, such as that of the
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    • experimentalist, was quite elementary. From Goethe we can get a better
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    • of egoity is enhanced in this way, something quite specific occurs.
    • quite a long time ago now. I had been going through a process of inner
    • see, in quite a different way, how people can be compelled towards materialism
    • quite definite — one particular symbol. One symbol coming up again
    • world. More and quite different ones will be found as science progresses.
    • arriving more consciously and Haeckel quite naively and unconsciously,
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    • that are quite rightly and properly used in ordinary consciousness.
    • in the same way as we have learned to use them, quite rightly, at an
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    • something quite tremendous as we enter through Intuition into the nature
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    • dealing with something quite different from anthroposophical spiritual
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    • organism, had during an earlier incarnation incorporated quite
    • outer world. Actually it is quite an amazing phenomenon that
    • Anthroposophical movement haven't quite been ratted out. This
    • only one of them. Do you believe that it is quite true to say
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    • filled with cosmic warmth, and quite distinct from that
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    • Schopenhauer, and then something quite peculiar arises about
    • there were quite strange personalities here. One could regard
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    • quite strange qualities. They absorb the gold eagerly, lick it
    • productive element. However, Goethe points quite clearly, to
    • that form how it takes up quite different forms in lower or
    • right in a quite comprising sense. Who does not take up
    • that the giant who is usually quite weak stretches his hand in
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    • the sensuous. One must appropriate quite different concepts of
    • spiritual-mental of the human being who is quite supersensible
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    • concerning the miracles that he describes quite differently; it
    • However, in quite similar way we also find if we consider the
    • force, which existed quite differently. In old times when the
    • For that lived on with the lively memory, quite different from
    • generational memory had already stopped quite thoroughly. There
    • had to be described quite different from that which we see in
    • ancient times when with quite different spiritual powers the
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    • There you have two persons who judge the same event quite
    • that showed the different stadia quite correctly: the thrown
    • Quite different factors must decide whether a matter is correct
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    • the stomach acid — to produce quite a lot of acid. One
    • that quite healthy human beings bear the germs in themselves
    • with meat, too. He developed quite healthy with his vegetarian
    • something that would be quite appropriate to remove this or
    • position of demonstrating quite plainly what leads to his
    • body” quite materialistically. However, spiritual science
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    • quite different souls than all those people whom he had got to
    • and to know that it means quite another matter to a soul like
    • formula but applies it quite differently. There we see
    • Carnegie intensely draws the attention to the fact that quite
    • him that is sometimes distorted grotesquely. Hence, it is quite
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    • being cannot ruin it perpetually. However, it is quite another
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    • from quite different worlds, which has to look for father and
    • person, is recognizable quite externally as such. His growth
    • disclosed quite externally that the other members were
    • surround us with quite a lot of sources of boredom so that we
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    • however, also the aurora of a quite new time at the same time,
    • quite correctly as Faust answers to Mephistopheles: “In
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    • world, brings an everlasting, spiritual part from quite
    • not have symbols, but only the poetic disguise of quite
    • are not even interpreted by usually quite clever people.
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    • is something quite abstract if it is not said what should have
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    • However, the self-consciousness is still quite undeveloped.
    • differs quite substantially from that of the East. Any nation
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    • one soon understood quite deeply, what that means.
    • teachings of the anthroposophic movement quite extraordinarily!
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    • and a; it doesn't quite work. But people today do not possess
    • ill in the soul-world always signifies something quite different from
    • the major triad quite naturally and objectively, and put the experience
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    • aware of himself, he quite rightly tries to tear himself away from himself
    • He is quite outside himself. Whereas the fifth is experienced at the
    • turn quite pale, for my blood runs cold at this quite impossible sight
    • too for the activity of eurythmy. It is quite true to say that the eurythmist
    • about language is quite obvious for singing, of course. We can see that
    • tries to express something quite different by this means.
    • quite well how its component sounds have to be pronounced. And so we
    • and so on, are produced out of ourselves quite naturally. You will then
    • can do this if you jump. You see, we arrive at this quite naturally.
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    • In the chord it would be quite senseless. In harmony, such a lying in-
    • between would be quite senseless. The transition from Melos
    • but it must be felt too.) It is quite finished. The final position,
    • have quite literally the feeling of octave and prime. It is nothing
    • on the one hand, and of the musical element on the other. That is quite
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 4: The Progression of Musical Phrases; Swinging Over; the Bar Line
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    • It would be quite good to make sure that the matter is clear. Let us
    • one, two, three, four, five swinging-onwards. Try to be quite upright,
    • musical elements; it represents the beat. It is therefore quite natural
    • brings the human being into movement. And here already it is quite easy
    • and Gipfel is not quite finished, but left hovering in the
    • unconsciously the onlooker can tell quite clearly) whether a eurythmist
    • When someone speaks i [‘ee’], you can feel quite definitely
    • be pictured astrally. But you can quite well picture l or r.
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    • that is quite true. The question is whether we can also love the visible
    • the whole matter takes on quite a different aspect [from a solo performance].
    • larger forms will quite naturally make larger gestures too, prompted
    • they are very complicated.’ Quite true! But they are no more complicated
    • The fact is that quite
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    • towards a distorted phonetic imagination may be quite valuable. With
    • expressed quite well in music and could be composed. [39]
    • so on; if he takes all this movement and says: ‘I am quite indifferent
    • to pay great heed to what the movement expresses quite inwardly in the
    • have certainly learned something (namely drawing) that is quite useless
    • actually does not quite express the musical element, but in which the
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    • upper arm too) together with the hand and fingers were quite light,
    • were dealing with them quite usually. But here, at the point of departure,
    • of a little monkey might be quite pleasing. Why? Because the horse has
    • of this sort (c). You see, it is quite possible to say to yourself:
    • the following to be quite obvious. As an example, let us take the cadence
    • quite a different impression upon the audience from that which is created
    • is more bound up with the sense of the words, it will not be quite so
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    • participation in the feelings, and that looks quite pleasing.
    • Quite apart from what you express by means
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    • someone who comes to philosophy out of inner necessity from a quite
    • quite easy to grasp the principle involved. Let's assume, for example,
    • on the part of a creator could most probably — or even quite
    • one can engage in. You will have thought them quite learned enough to
    • type. The creator of Faust proceeded quite differently. It would never
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 2: Consciousness in Sleeping and Waking States
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    • It is quite natural, in considering the problem
    • example, quite impossible to know anything of importance about the structure
    • might say that he is quite familiar with the hierarchical order: first
    • Joseph and Mary Magdalene wear quite different garments. One wears a
    • to that. Now an author can sometimes have quite an experience of life
    • besides, one can tell quite a bit about them from the reception the
    • summarization of material quite sufficiently abstruse to begin with
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    • for quite other reasons.
    • Goethe's Faust: this can be quite shattering if we take it
    • his thinking imprinted certain quite distinct mannerisms on his etheric
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    • before us in a form quite different from their previous appearance.
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    • directly to do with them. As you observe a mirror image you can quite
    • as the result of something quite new being added to what had previously
    • civilization of Europe would have to have developed quite differently
    • to all that I've had to say about him, is also really quite a clever
    • unalterable, as character is. But quite aside from all such considerations,
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 6: Imaginative Cognition Leaves Insights of Natural Science Behind
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    • weighs on the average 1350 grams. It is therefore quite heavy, almost
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    • Let's be quite exact in picturing our ego
    • Instead, we need to try to picture a process quite different from any
    • earthly substances. And people assume, though not quite correctly, that
    • quite absurd in the materialistic spiritualist's seeking to see the
    • then objectified, and so on. We must be quite clear that consciousness
    • out with the quite dry statement that no thinking is acute enough to
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • quite comprehensible to me. One can find misunderstandings in
    • resemblances quite different, one can recognise only in the
    • against spiritual science comes from quite different
    • quite fantastic and dreamy as basically also the Copernican
    • spirit, his research method is, nevertheless, quite different;
    • bring forward in a not quite modern sense, namely not in the
    • things are represented quite different. Hence, the following
    • employers and employees quite different relations have taken
    • belonged to quite different times of human development:
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    • everything quite naturally at first that is not connected with
    • one interprets the value of the worldview in a quite contrary
    • Bois-Reymond finished his explanations quite typically, while
    • quite dogmatically: save that science ends where
    • appears in the usual life. There are quite interesting
    • has already described these concomitants quite well, as for
    • quite similar as fright, as numbing fright. That
    • from quite different lines of thought as they are explained
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    • Concerning this view one experiences quite
    • already drawn your attention to the fact that the quite usual
    • it an inner experience in a sense quite different from the
    • Goethe thinks that someone who already experiences quite
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    • means putting the following question that is quite independent
    • change in the course of evolution quite substantially; and
    • quite different forces in the soul. This is why in sites, which
    • experience of humanly quite general kind because it is so
    • behind life. However, it shows something else quite clearly:
    • experience at first what sleep makes. This is a quite
    • brain. Quite true, very true! One has to dismiss any objection
    • quite similar way as the ego has just now remained. What you
    • — it is not trivial, but it is meant quite seriously-,
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • self-reproaches what shows him his value quite clearly how far
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    • explanation of something that must appear quite natural after
    • those listeners who have heard only few of these talks quite
    • like to show only quite briefly. You can read out the further
    • the God announces quietly but also quite clearly what we have
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    • quite different feeling and imagination of those times with the
    • lived since his youth in quite similar conditions concerning
    • what Kant took out in a principle, from something quite
    • quite really! How does he speak of Fanaticism from which/whom
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    • expressions for a quite different world. Since the expressions
    • try to characterise the quite different soul experiences after
    • spiritual environment so that you feel quite different towards
    • characterise this quite different sensation; but I would like
    • outside world, which it creates, is a quite peculiar
    • that quite different forces are active there than those in the
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    • into human beings, a quite new realm. Now one tells us about
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    • on something quite different from any other research in our
    • spiritual science is quite different, actually. Just this fact
    • and imagining that are quite different from the usual ones, one
    • have seen; we remain quite passive with our own soul. Just the
    • sense of spiritual science stand up in life quite different
    • Nevertheless, there is warmth! While we put the quite different
    • some words which could be quite “loving” at such
    • becoming of the world, one knows something quite different.
    • world out in quite different sense, and with such thinking the
    • human being can position himself quite different than with an
    • Suppose that a quite clever human being
    • It is not quite wrong what the clever man
    • says. It can be quite right. If anybody said in the time when
    • smaller things, this was quite astute. Nevertheless, what does
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    • they were children they learned to feel reverence quite
    • considered; this, in itself, is quite justified. It is
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    • tentative observations. Orthodox science has achieved quite
    • raise this question not only from a causal, but also from quite
    • will not cohere. This is quite different from the case of a
    • organs, namely the human eye. People come to me quite
    • us quite unnoticed. The way we learn to speak is, at the same
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    • such a branch of science (which itself may be quite acceptable)
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    • it follows quite naturally that they should also learn to spin,
    • course. Things do not happen quite like that, but they are
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    • influence life quite differently.
    • quite risen, it is still dark around you and there in the
    • So you see quite clearly darkness through
    • have always had this quite natural view until they
    • namely quite in earnest
    • distinguish these seven colors quite plainly.
    • But you see from this that it has quite a
    • when the eye looks at red then these quite fine little
    • colors. Imagine that I take a sunflower: that is quite yellow,
    • the morning.) That is how the quite clever people picture it,
    • Hence it is quite natural that in a
    • to go into my head. That makes me quite pale.
    • stimulated, as I have told you from quite a different
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    • And we can understand that quite well when we start from the
    • that produces a life which is not quite filled up. But as soon
    • it comes that America will quite certainly go ahead of Germany
    • in some things. One can make quite interesting observations. If
    • And so it is really quite interesting: On
    • really quite weak eyes; they do not see man. And then they
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    • living a delusion, to a life which is quite different, where
    • orientation, here they must think quite differently about their
    • after this it becomes quite different! — “an
    • They have actually done quite well, these untrained people! It
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    • characterize something quite different as the central economic
    • when he speaks about this treatment it is still from quite
    • quite different human perspectives. And now comes the third
    • more and more: The experiment will — quite apart from its
    • It brings about that he produces in quite a wrong way within
    • one another, brings to economic interaction what is quite
    • achieved in reality depends on quite different conditions.
    • objective laws which take effect when man out of quite
    • quite similar with the social organism. Today we see obvious
    • by relationships between man and man — quite apart from
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    • from the past to the future. It runs quite uniformly, but does nothing
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    • quite different from his thinking, feeling, willing in ordinary lifer and
    • temporal life would dry up. We should finally, — indeed quite
    • quite soft, jelly-like, and finally of dissolving as spiritual automaton
    • quite guiltless, for behind him, if he is a monist. Ahriman is pulling
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    • humanity appeared at quite a definite time. And if you consult my
    • which otherwise, as the phenomenon of death, remain quite incomprehensible
    • of love quite lost, but there were other reasons for it: there too it
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    • means destruction for the Ahrimanic enemies of humanity. It is quite
    • Weeping over the dead is, of course, quite natural; but if we cannot
    • cases of suicides, and would be quite impossible.
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    • quite accurate if we say: I see a being belonging to the ranks of the
    • may sound personal, but they are meant quite impersonally, they set
    • anthroposophical activity, when we were quite a small society, there
    • it may seem that the relationship is cut off by death. We can quite
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    • express myself quite clearly, I should like to connect what I have said
    • quite a different way from that which is not filled with Christ.
    • Quite
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    • the subject from quite another side, the nature of which is already
    • the same in the case of Ahriman. From this point of view it is quite
    • or hate them?’ It should be quite clear from the way in which one
    • unseemly,’ it is quite correct from the physical plane. But the
    • Let it do what it will!’ These theosophists are quite satisfied
    • ‘Yes, I thought so; I said it in quite good faith.’ Christ
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  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 1: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • — may I say, in stammering accents, but quite distinctly. When
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    • something quite different from caprice or the like. Actually, it is
    • Such imaginations, quite self-explanatory, were numerous and extensive
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    • real ego; only quite indirectly do we experience something of the real
    • What was quite impossible in earlier times — namely, to find any
    • about these things are quite unable to relate their natural laws to
    • they may be quite fine, but I still do not attain reality by means of
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 5: The Change in the Human Soul Constitution
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    • a critical observer of human evolution this is quite evident. The conceptual
    • for reality is something; even if it acts upon you quite feebly, it
    • today (perhaps at first from something quite superficial) that a new
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    • world from experiencing all these things. We see quite clearly from
    • form of the previous incarnation; it is quite obviously the previous
    • human significance. It can be said today, if we express the facts quite
    • quite certainly be reborn with a strong spirituality. The stenographer
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 7: Experiences of the Old Year and Outlook over the New Year (part 1)
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    • will appear to you quite slow. But go just as fast as the express and
    • be quite different if we were not distinguished from the outer world
    • will agree with me out of their quite ordinary life-experience that
    • be fitted into the world quite differently. When we look back over the
    • Sunday! — because, comparatively speaking, the weekdays seem quite
    • as hypotheses are quite impossible. Think how the physicist tells you
    • it. This is one of the results of spiritual science. And it is of quite
    • matters that have been thoughtfully estimated. And things appear quite
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    • today some people maintain — quite justifiably — that one
    • was on the whole quite different from the way modern man is inclined
    • work. Indeed, he would have become quite a celebrity, as people say
    • gone quite well. But they did not go that way: he became a so-called
    • for the present time. For this formative thinking has a quite definite
    • mankind through a quite special way of forming thoughts. If people give
    • People such as he are heading in quite a different direction from a
    • the gradual fall of czardom. Naturally this could not happen quite openly
    • to be aware of this secret: that what one says affects one person quite
    • dear friends. For what is the purpose of all this? To speak quite simply,
    • writes surprisingly well, in fact, quite beautifully of how people should
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    • that are quite the opposite. In parts, it already seems to me as if
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    • The writer is quite rightly of the opinion, as I myself was yesterday, not
    • would be quite right, in spite of the fact that “keeper of the
    • I mean. Spreading rumors can be accomplished by quite natural means
    • An answer like this helps them arrive quite logically at how things
    • and quite apart from the fact that I am the one telling you about it.
    • out and can state quite openly, I would not venture to speak about certain
    • like the contents of this letter. I really have to say that. It is quite
    • to us to arrange such matters so they are quite clear in the eyes of
    • applies to some people, other things to others. It is intended quite
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 1: Requirements of Our Life together in the Anthroposophical Society
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    • of this kind has to be taken extremely seriously, because in quite practical
    • of people I know quite well. So you see, people who hear you talking
    • In bourgeois materialistic society, it's considered quite normal for
    • It's quite possible for people to get stupid ideas like that. In our
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    • We can be quite precise
    • certain cases it is necessary to become quite drastic in calling a spade
    • quite different from what people claim. As I showed, the man in question
    • to us. It made it seem, quite unnecessarily, as if we were competing
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 3: Swedenborg: An Example of Difficulties in Entering the Spiritual World
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    • something that was quite clearly understandable to the hierarchy of
    • quite unspoiled by mysticism, wrote to me asking why spirits couldn't
    • worlds in this kind of careless talk. It is quite true that beings on
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    • factor in making an unbelievable mockery of something quite natural
    • mischievousness that could be quite adequately treated with a couple
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    • We have to admit to this quite soberly; it shows how horrified we on
    • sexual drives were at work but were interpreted as something quite different.
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    • would answer quite differently. Love, my friends, is seven hundred years
    • that I described these same things quite precisely from a historical
    • And in his own way, he is quite right.
    • fact until quite recently, as I pointed out yesterday), a much more
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 7: The Philosophy of Psychoanalysis as Illuminated by an Anthroposophical Understanding of the Human Being
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    • from there, the results would be quite different. They might incorporate
    • This in no way contradicts our usual concepts, but is indicated quite
  • Title: Human History: Lecture I: The Relation of the Human Being to the Supersensible Worlds
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    • denies this while one takes two quite different points of view
    • has to exist in a sense quite different from that what is as a
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    • more independent and gets to know a quite new supersensible
    • speak about death in a later talk that has a quite different
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    • “Devil's Bridge.” Finally, on a quite rough
    • way, uphill and downhill, we arrived there and found a quite
    • advanced further and further just in an individual, in a quite
    • illness, he realised something quite new: how he had to combine
    • Goethe could make something quite different from the Faust
    • worked beyond Paracelsus. Only after his death, the quite
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    • the vision, which shines there from a quite new God idea you
    • physical life could never again be quite sure. He had to take
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    • Natural sciences themselves produced quite different results
    • We turn back to the views that could find quite comprehensible
    • One knows quite sufficiently that in the
    • earth must have conditions quite different from those of former
    • times that we must look back at former times that had quite
    • scientific facts themselves forced to assume quite different
    • one type. Of quite special importance is that what such
    • still quite impossible, it cannot exist at all
    • times, we find there quite different conditions on earth and
    • quite different conditions of the body in which the spiritual
    • that into which he worked was quite different from the later
    • out of the sensory environment, but as something quite new. He
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    • one gets an image of the irruption of something quite new, but
    • similar and, still, quite different from the sleeping
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XI: Human History, Present, and Future in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • spiritual condition was quite different from that in the
    • that it would be quite impossible to speak of the animal
    • full-grown insect lives in quite different conditions than the
    • was quite different within the pre-Greek cultures than it has
    • strange experience quite recently. In my book
    • One also felt this dawning of a quite new
    • of the soul still mythically while a quite new consciousness
    • already thought quite intellectually at that time if he had
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XII: Copernicus and His Time in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • everywhere finds something quite peculiar shining through. With
    • again the instrument of a quite different disposed
    • appeared and belongs quite certainly to the best works of the
    • the quite new way of thinking and to apply the new mental
    • confess that one feels it as something quite peculiar if one
    • imagine that somebody of the quite clever people would answer,
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XIV: The Self-Education of the Human Being
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    • quite natural that the human being who is more on his own must
    • fact that it secludes itself. It is quite correct that that who
    • exposes himself to solar heat so and so long what may be quite
    • cold, or to walk once in the boiling solar heat about a quite
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    • appeared quite different, again with a person in whom not only
    • quite different had happened. The leading ideas of the
    • person with another way of thinking, with a quite different
    • quite miraculous fact to me in certain respect when I found a
    • scientific way of thinking serves as basis of a quite different
    • quite strange fact appeared to him that certain furrows, which
    • not —, one may abandon them, the idea of descent may be quite
    • his relatives and friends again can be affirmed in a quite
    • itself quite consciously in the present cultural life to serve
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    • for some people, but it does not suffice, indeed it is quite unsuited,
    • raised, for he argues: This is quite useless, for everything depends upon
    • because it shows that the influence of thought is something quite different
    • to its content, we find that the content as such is quite unimportant;
    • of thought is based upon something quite different: Upon the relationship
    • people who need a leader. Nevertheless this idea is quite worthless
    • the economic definition of a picture from Lenbach's studio, has quite
    • labour should be associated with the circulation of goods in quite a
    • on quite a different direction, which is determined by the above-mentioned
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    • the human being experiences through this transformation is quite an
    • economic thinking. Let me read to you quite slowly what Jaffe indicates
    • quite to the point. They will even say that it contains everything that
    • matters should be grasped from quite a different standpoint; we should
    • quite new. These people will elect, to begin with, statesmen whose heads
    • they like… As a rule, it is quite indifferent what people say
    • but as something quite different.”
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    • example, it suffices to consider the modern steel industry; quite a
    • clergymen talk of things pertaining to quite another world. But in the
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    • economic structure of life, from the development of capital, and quite
    • Schools must be quite independent, spiritual matters must be dealt wits
    • quite independently of economic or political life: this is :the essential
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    • because he is not quite sure at all in his thinking about these
    • his sleep. From this viewpoint, one gets now to a quite
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • interpret it quite different, finally, one still thinks that
    • able to feel in quite different directions as it is the case
    • spiritual science takes methods, which are quite different from
    • twinkling of an eye; you need something quite different for
    • human being still stands in a life area that is quite different
    • spiritual science has to develop are quite unusual, and they
    • question of destiny with quite different spiritual eyes. Then
    • the soul can look quite different at the connections of a twist
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    • speak if they talk about human soul and human body quite
    • quite right, but that one can apply it quite wrong.
    • However, just in this field it is quite clear that the method
    • school of Haeckel performed quite extraordinary results. One
    • way that the language expresses quite instinctively that the
    • hypothetical. But he gets to the quite strange view that
    • (1908), and this characteristic is quite interesting even if it
    • almost built like a quite independent being in our head; only
    • the other direction in the human organism. One will think quite
    • respiratory process is quite different from that which takes
    • something quite different with that what we call an exercise,
    • that I have characterised from quite different side in the last
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture V: The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
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    • something quite different from that which spiritual research
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • in the human being from quite right physical, chemical, and
    • these must become after the quite right conditions of science
    • and often goes ways quite different from the ways of the mental
    • expression that is not quite right, we will still understand
    • laws, is subjected to quite different laws once, will live
    • degree, and one often searches that in life at quite different
    • quite different places sometimes than it appears after a
    • calculation is quite right, as well as the physical methods are
    • applied quite correctly if one calculates from the metabolism
    • gets to quite strange assertions sometimes. So, for example,
    • mental disposition, it is quite necessary that an attitude is
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • two different metamorphoses of the very same, but in a quite
    • have quite different speeds of growth, their parts of the
    • etheric body have quite different forces which cause different
    • can characterise quite difficultly but that you can understand
    • quite spiritless and soulless reality of swinging unthinking
    • observes more exactly, one does quite strange discoveries.
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    • real scientificity on this ground is a quite dubious thing.
    • soul, it is a quite personal one at first, for the one this
    • is a quite unpopular thing. It is difficult by no means to
    • animals and especially with the higher mammals they are quite
    • things are quite different in the present from those one or one
    • not apply to the sensuous world, but to quite different worlds.
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    • Now one has to ask oneself only whether one speaks quite
    • based on quite different causes within the concerning beings.
    • observe quite clearly. In addition, the human being feels that
    • is quite exceptionally difficult to describe for the most human
    • However, we would be able to convince ourselves quite easily
    • should be discussed quite comprehensively. — However,
    • exercises. I want to portray some quite concrete phenomena to
    • power of the instrument and feels this quite clearly. This is a
    • However, he feels quite exactly at the same time that he has
    • strongly tired or claimed brain. Now he feels something quite
    • describe because one sticks to it in quite peculiar way and
    • the rider to the horse, that it is quite independent of the
    • thinking person. One could receive quite peculiar feelings if a
    • surroundings working on us still contain quite different things
    • be quite illogical to want to deny to the spiritual researcher
    • quite different from those, which we can perceive or understand
    • in quite different forms, you think pictures independently from
    • because the human being is in a quite unusual position.
    • childhood experiences are reflected quite wonderfully. An
    • through are tangled, and now he experiences something quite
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture VII: How Does One Attain Knowledge of the Spiritual World?
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    • quite different from the just mentioned one, while it says,
    • human beings have quite different needs if they hear of a
    • ourselves. We feel the development as something quite different
    • quite imaginary, of something fictional. However, a mental
    • and emotional life become quite different from that before. How
    • ones, one notices that the sensations and feelings become quite
    • to him that does not suit him. This is quite comprehensible,
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture VIII: Predisposition, Talent and Education of the Human Being
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    • embodiment will appear to us quite essential in particular in
    • lives enlivening, then only the quite mysterious of this human
    • quite clearly if we pursue an ability through our life that
    • shows quite different sides, although the outer psychology
    • quite strangely that the fatherly qualities appear with the
    • is assigned in quite different way to the universe than the
    • the opinions and convictions are formed from quite different
    • appropriate a quite good logical thinking, however, this does
    • This can show that one can dress what is unassailable quite
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    • present to us in a quite different way from that which is
    • because it is quite negative, actually, and because it has
    • immediately in a portrayal of quite different kind that one can
    • in a portrayal of quite different kind, as if a journey is
    • understanding of Moses's impulse becomes quite necessary to us.
    • certain mythographers saw themselves forced to assume a quite
    • inculcate something quite new in the human development. Because
    • self-consciousness, which had to remain quite incomprehensible
    • One does not notice that such a knowledge takes quite different
    • the ancient human beings were connected quite different with
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture XV: What Has Astronomy to Say about the Origin of the World?
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    • would have had to ask quite different from Du Bois-Reymond
    • a quite weighty restriction. While on one side it is valid:
    • understands something of knowledge that is quite apodictic
    • quite certainly, for example, in our brain, even in our blood.
    • astronomy to the necessity to point by quite different means to
    • world edifice quite wonderfully. Take the Occult
    • same cognition that is quite independent of any outer physics
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture I: Haeckel, the Riddles of the World and Theosophy
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    • Müller said once more something quite similar. Herewith, I
    • quite tremendous progress in the fields of physical knowledge,
    • into the highest world secrets, you can be quite uninterested
    • perceiving quite different worlds, then the time also soon
    • getting a quite new shine, a quite new meaning. In this
    • the theosophical way of thinking is quite incomprehensible.
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture II: Our International Situation. War, Peace and Spiritual Science
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    • intention is not quite new, because we can go back even
    • you may say: but the researchers may have been quite humane
    • quoted theory was quite usual in whole Western Europe and
    • view was quite usual that war and struggle are a physical
    • those who deal with such matters seriously a quite new feature
    • quite distinctly; however, you can read them in the cited book.
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    • sometimes for someone who figures the matters out quite
    • the most joyless categories of economics still quite tolerably
    • which whirrs through life may be quite empty gossip and how
    • describes have made me quite dizzy.
    • relations from human being to human being. It is quite
    • quite natural that the human being is paid for his job that he
    • so that it seems quite senseless. Who wants to convince himself
    • earn quite a lot of wage. Nevertheless, this work is not at all
    • Somebody leads an enterprise to quite different purposes who
    • otherwise, they would have to say, yes, quite different
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture V: The Question of Women's Rights
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    • is due to a man who is, however, by no means a quite
    • people, there you find a quite peculiar, but quite popular
    • relations and points to quite different regions. Indeed, a
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    • However, if we want to see this sense quite thoroughly, we have
    • back to quite differently formed human physiognomies, to races
    • Atlantean was able to quite different sense to work on the
    • appearance and figure of those human beings quite different
    • are also certain mental qualities, which developed quite
    • past spiritual-scientifically, you get quite different views.
    • with each other. We find other new populations of quite
    • different human races, we find a quite different structure in
    • areas where the human being is structured quite differently.
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VII: The Core of Wisdom in the Religions
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    • facts. In quite a similar way, a big part of humanity probably
    • soul world of these prehistoric human beings quite unlike ours.
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VIII: Fraternity and the Struggle for Existence
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    • only convinced, he is quite clear in his mind that the deep
    • interpreted this fact quite wrong.
    • other of the human beings signifies something quite similar as
    • the other and the third, but something quite new originates
    • quite a few people who are put to this or that place in life
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    • quite different from those on the earth. Any science, which you
    • quite unimportant fact. All other actions contribute nothing to
    • quite right; these are always things quite unlike those, which
    • along with h