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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • suggest. It is left entirely to the judgment of the individual to what
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • college of doctors: the learned gentlemen were asked, purely from a
    • and what points beyond these connections into other realms entirely.
    • everything that rests on a purely materialistic basis, we also meet,
    • purely human. Theosophy does not speak of the genesis and development
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • who finds himself disgusted enough with meat will surely survive
    • consists in the statement that anthroposophists are entirely too
    • in a purely materialistic way through his digestion. With so much
    • completely. Merely the facts will be stated, and you will have
    • merely the product of what we eat?
    • purely materialistically, people continuously use up the substances
    • be purely physical, but as material processes they are really the
    • the ascent from the purely physical to the spiritual realm can be
    • by men. In regard to nourishment an entirely different viewpoint
    • of these two types of diet from a purely spiritual basis.
    • the correct one for some people purely for reasons of health, the
    • but who do not yet possess sufficient strength to work entirely out
    • of the inner forces of the astral body. Even from a purely external
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • entirely absorbed in the contemplation of some strikingly beautiful
    • purely external way, for we know that we can wake in the occult sense
    • and the impulses of will; and man is related in entirely opposite ways
    • The moral element is at a higher level than the purely aesthetic; mere
    • — the purely intellectual (thoughts, concepts), the aesthetic
    • true and right. But Anthroposophy must not be something that merely
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • up in a healthy way. A man will not merely learn that he consists of
    • expected to acquire an entirely different character in their handwriting.
    • Surely, however, the effects of the force, when they become apparent,
    • direction, but in reality you will have been merely lax and easy going. If
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • continuation of natural science, makes entirely different demands on
    • history, however, facts are rarely so viewed. Here, the succession of
    • strength and intensity far surpassing that required to receive merely
    • Purely from the standpoint of spiritual science, apart from all the
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • been abandoned entirely to the Earth, if Cosmic-spiritual influences
    • consisted entirely of interjections. Whereas we now limit our
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • constitution holds us up securely in the physical world only when we do
    • spirit and for which we need spiritual power. That is not entirely
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • certainly be clear that since spiritual science covers an entirely
    • looking at things rests entirely on the premises of natural scientific
    • from looking at the merely external bodily nature, any more than the
    • purely inner consciousness. From then on, he can make sense of a
    • state of man when he is living purely in the soul-spiritual element,
    • what thus arises from these grey depths of soul may merely be
    • merely terrestrial concerns into the far reaches of the universe. Thus
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • that merely by raising His hand He would radiate such power onto the
    • entirely different from the figure on top of the rock. The wings of
    • prowess available to people in those days, but by something entirely
    • purely by intellectual means, it is not surprising to find that there
    • mentioning. Surely history seems to be contradicted when we see that
    • since it rests entirely on material interests. From below one sees
    • external history. What is behind this history is something entirely
    • surely bring to light who is to blame for the war! In reference to the
    • etheric world prematurely are preserved with all their powers.
    • induces the child to develop merely materialistically later in life.
    • If one were to rely only on what is taking place in the physical
    • treatment of spiritual science was intended to impress the public purely
    • article on spiritual science had severely damaged the public image of
    • to say a few words to you that are merely an expression of my feeling
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • knowledge and who sincerely intend to work together in brotherliness
    • entirely different from those of our age. Three characteristic traits
    • sixth epoch the well-being of the individual will depend entirely upon
    • will enter entirely of his own free will in the sixth epoch. There
    • this: It is our task to overcome entirely just what you are trying to
    • preserve what has remained in blood brotherhood, in brotherhood purely
    • not filled merely with evil and degeneration. It is our aim to realize
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • not cover his cerebellum. This is merely a materialistic theory in our
    • of to-day would surely protest, if they were to be looked upon as prophets.
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • world was fashioned from purely material substance and energy. For
    • by the splendor of purely scientific achievements. Only those who lived
    • process has been entirely elucidated. And visual elucidation is much
    • at no time in his life would have committed himself to such a purely
    • shall merely draw attention to the fact that in addition to the ordinary soul
    • merely upon the vibrating strings of musical instruments. In the external
    • revealed, on the other hand the spiritual researcher constructs a purely
    • which does not merely impart results of knowledge, but we can secure by means
    • methods, represents merely one part, one member of the entire human entity;
    • made with musical hearing, shows Spiritual Science to be merely a subjective
    • said with a sidelong mystical glance at the number seven, but merely as a
    • no longer as a purely earthly being, but a copy of something extra-
    • which lie long periods of time in a purely spiritual existence, between death
    • entirely natural for the epoch of human evolution in which we live today.
    • means of transcending a certain one-sidedness in his views. It is entirely
    • of the world is not merely a truth to be accepted on faith, but a fact of
    • It is entirely possible for us to accept the point of view of Thomas Aquinas,
    • inaccessible to the grasp of human knowledge when it is compelled to rely on
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • scientists, is merely the cessation of life. Death is regarded merely
    • approaching storm. They are merely the signs of quite other things
    • learned. Man will meet man not so as to perceive in him merely the
    • — it is true the two thousand years will not entirely suffice; what I
    • represent merely a wave of deepest untruthfulness now passing over the
    • All that is said here is said not merely in order to formulate certain
    • want merely to call forth a kind of torpor, making the lectures a
    • are unpleasant to many people. Surely there should be willingness to
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • hold of the whole human being and making him entirely dependent on
    • when the intellect does not depend merely on the brain but springs
    • ask ourselves: What really happens then, not merely in that which
    • notice of the social in merely acting naturally. Rather it must be
    • purely to the State, therefore this $5 note which you have spent in
    • Therefore, the main consideration is not merely to think of what lies
    • spread of purely anti-social principles. The blindness of people
    • merely to feel sympathy or antipathy towards the people we meet, not
    • merely to hate or love something connected with the person, but to
    • when I was ten years old? I will imagine myself entirely into the
    • is effected entirely independent of nationality, then it is objective
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • social: the distinction was merely superficial, a mask. Two
    • of those times. And so — I am merely characterising, not criticising,
    • does not merely think of jurisprudence in the abstract, but, with sound
    • We must be courageous enough to face these things fairly and squarely,
    • receptiveness of people to a form of soul-life entirely foreign to
    • But what the Greek experienced of the spirit was merely its expression
    • above, were predestined entirely from above, and took very deep root
    • had formerly depended entirely upon the way in which the souls
    • external delineation which merely adds material details to the globe —
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • this question merely by saying that there is a possibility of acquiring
    • regard man purely superficially, you will be struck by the fact that the
    • nature of man's development is entirely different in the three different
    • merely confined, let us say, to our jaws or their neighboring organs, but
    • entirely, arises through the fact that the force in our souls with which we
    • of him you see standing in front of you belongs entirely to this line. But
    • entirely from out of the planet's interior. It is very interesting to see
    • You must not take these things in a purely theoretical way, of course. As
    • understanding, purely because of the infectious quality of his teacher's
    • can understand the thing he was taught purely through the force of
    • for the person's later development; for lessons taken in purely through
    • from an entirely different quarter than the study of the aesthetics of color.
    • The ability to teach comes from an entirely different quarter than the
    • because spiritual science is not merely for the head but is for the whole of
    • themselves. In earlier times it was sufficient to rely on life. The blood did
    • another, but live entirely within themselves. Human beings can only
    • step into an entirely new situation. Nevertheless the essential thing is that
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • processes in the purely liquid components of the human organism are
    • if we are thinking merely of the solid organism which is shut off by
    • does not, of course, die, it merely undergoes a change; but there is
    • And anyone who assumes that the tone in its essence is merely a matter
    • truth merely its external expression, this is the same as seeing only
    • Obscurely and dimly, dreams point to our inner organic life, and we
    • dreams. There is merely an enhancement of this when the dreams of
    • entirely in it. Insufficient attention is paid to this, because people
    • because consciousness is focused entirely on the pictures left by
    • far as it is inward consciousness. We would lose ourselves entirely in
    • obscurely. Thus we have already considered three stages of knowledge:
    • within a clearly demarcated space, so that if we think in an entirely
    • something that is not ourselves, and hence is not entirely, but only
    • into account, and then something that is entirely separated from it
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • — which relies entirely upon natural science for knowledge of the
    • entirely hidden from ordinary consciousness, but it is there within
    • for moral ideas — be it that they attracted you merely as ideas,
    • moral deeds performed. But this is merely a matter of remembrance, and
    • reality a picture built up purely on the basis of mathematical
    • Entirely false ideas prevail today of how an earlier humanity acquired
    • entities, whereas we today regard them merely as physical structures.
    • existence of an incandescent globe of gas, there is merely the
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • But even when we are entirely engrossed in contemplation, when the
    • Imagine that you are living for a time purely in reflection as usually
    • respect of our world of thought we are entirely dependent upon the
    • world, for these thoughts merely reproduce in pictures this outer
    • that it is entirely irradiated by will; it no longer takes anything in
    • doing something, but we cannot, surely, ascribe to ourselves any
    • our actions and deeds. Sneezing is still entirely a matter of organic
    • merely rays into our life since birth. As thinking beings, we have
    • the mirror-pictures of the life of thought. If, as is very rarely the
    • mathematics. Mathematical thinking streams up entirely from our
    • thoughts, they exist merely as pictures. They have not been acquired
    • us nothing, for it points to no reality, it points to something merely
    • must come to life again, but in an entirely different form —
    • into this semblance the forces of his will which come from an entirely
    • Power more and more completely, we also pervade what is merely Power
    • another, oxygen; they are merely differently grouped. This is simply
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • entirely Christian spirit, this picture is, after all, nothing more than a
    • according to purely mechanical necessity, in which the stars are devoid of
    • in their movements. This, my dear friends, is a purely luciferic world
    • has come to look upon Christ merely as the man from Nazareth. That means
    • yearly Christmas festival merely as a phrase, celebrating it without our
    • new content must [be]come content which can give us entirely new feelings that
    • we do not look merely each at the other, but together face the great goal we
    • to do this. Nothing will come of this community if we merely bring into it
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • knows only the purely sense-perceptible aspect of things. This
    • on, but it is merely mathematical and mechanical. It only speaks of
    • even spoke with the individual planets, as we to-day speak merely from
    • humanity; but he merely communicated it to humanity in general. What
    • supposedly taught in the Mysteries. Actually, in their purely abstract
    • also in the case of such purely mathematical considerations, the
    • there I myself counted from star to star what I now merely copy and
    • to star, living in what I now merely draw.”
    • man's inner being, they merely use phrases.
    • at all, Christ became merely the “wise man of Nazareth”,
    • And looking at our external sense-knowledge, which is merely a
    • It must be found entirely anew.
    • annunciation from the heavens, also received a purely human element.
    • soul-constitution was an entirely different one, will only be
    • have need to look for a birth. We should not merely busy ourselves
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • march of progress; and we in these days have to think in an entirely
    • We have come to regard history more and more in its purely external
    • This means that in order to form a judgment we do not merely pass in
    • As man learns in this way to know himself, not merely as natural man,
    • overborne by purely mathematical pictures of the world, purely
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • purely organic activity, neither pervaded with soul nor illumined by
    • we merely negate. It is an abstract process. We do not rouse ourselves
    • to antipathy: we merely say, no. In the same way we do not rouse
    • ourselves to sympathy: we merely say, yes. We are raised above our
    • This, then, is a purely mental, concept-forming activity, which can be
    • life of soul, spiritual activity. Spiritual activity is merely a
    • life. Men did not experience merely light and darkness but something
    • subconsciousness, into purely organic activity and even into
    • shadows of a purely external knowledge of nature. Thus the task of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • language lose their names and, as in contemporary usage, merely have
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. We remain entirely
    • that here we are not concerned with what merely lives in the hollow of
    • had he not been cast out of this cosmos into the merely phenomenal,
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • physical body — nowadays the object of purely external observation.
    • existence, and they are severed by untruthfulness. The purely
    • For the most part to-day, man regards his bodily health from a purely
    • For this purely spiritual sense of being that we find existing with
    • we may say: A purely industrial city is a fitting abode for the
    • of beauty. One can merely gaze at beauty or one can experience it.
    • Now to realize the good is not, as in the experience of beauty, merely
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • What would happen nowadays if a man were to give himself up entirely to
    • whereas we experience a purely pictorial panorama of our life during the
    • the individual on earth was not regarded as entirely fulfilling his
    • merely an impress. He looked up to the cosmos from the earth; and in
    • own life. In past ages he merely left something undone; by doing so today
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • something foreign is formed purely out of the organism. This must be
    • activity, which is a purely spiritual activity. If what I have
    • able to pursue the spiritual into the material. As long as we merely
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • himself, substances which are not merely passive, but which are actually
    • organism. Spatially speaking the human being is entirely metabolic-limb
    • place in the metabolic system where normally a merely subordinated
    • If one proceeds only anatomically one merely observes the status of the
    • In them we have seen how man has not merely his physical body, but also
    • through the healthy or ill human organism, not merely in accordance with
    • purely materialistic direction of medicine to bring into the world effective
    • whereby we attempt, through purely soul-spiritual influences, from person
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • image of our true being.’ It is entirely true if we regard what is here
    • and wonderful processes taking place there, we should not merely do it
    • It did not merely reflects the sunlight to the Earth but mingled in
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • least a few words. That I am able to do so is due entirely to the loving and
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • must rely, for this, on an entirely different being, on a being who
    • the whole Earth would have become entirely intellectual, without ever
    • we must look upon it entirely as an outer event which cannot,
    • stirring teaching. Many a one, whom history barely mentions, bore
    • Golgotha. An esoteric fact can never be merely mystical. It is always
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • humanity — that is as an incarnation of the Holy Spirit, merely a
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • realm of purely spiritual being according to his “Doctrine of
    • and the purely spiritual World. Let us think about the
    • purely spiritual manner if we would really know it in its true aspect.
    • bound and fettered by a purely mathematical method of treatment.
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • fraught with difficulty, because its conditions are so entirely
    • to assert that the direction is brought about merely by forces
    • fact, participating; what happens on Earth is merely the stimulus to
    • new into being; it merely brings up into consciousness what is present
    • merely so dim that he experiences nothing of it. It is a dim
    • it must not merely be a thought or an idea, it must be imbued with
    • Many a man may say, speaking purely on the physical plane, that
    • communion with the spiritual world. If modern men had not so entirely
    • connection; but insight will most surely come in the future. To-day
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • purely scientific anniversaries. The discovery made in 1861 we could
    • they were merely fidgety, cried, and so forth. As long as the child
    • merely to cry but also to turn this crying into individual sounds,
    • E (as in “gate”). When they merely cry like this,
    • that as long as the baby's breathing merely pushes blood into the
    • lot of things with his right hand, he does not merely do them with
    • and so forth. All of this merely points to the fact that the person
    • In this activity, the right-handed children will merely reinforce
    • their left-handedness into right-handedness, instead of merely
    • hand merely proves how little we know. Mind you, we can strive for
    • merely in order to add the vowels and consonants in crying. However,
    • S, W, so that one barely hears the vowels. What lies behind
    • Aries itself, of course. This constellation merely indicates the
    • around and examine the southern firmament, our experience is entirely
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • someone who appreciates a painting, does not merely look at its
    • otherwise is merely cognition. Schiller in his Aesthetic
    • acts in a way that is entirely appropriate for the earth, but raises
    • does not entirely belong to the earth. It is raised above the events
    • is also in man, but which is not entirely fitted for the earth. If
    • point the way beyond the purely earthly, beyond adaptation to earthly
    • not merely with logic. What is merely logical is not valid —
    • are doing. To think in accordance with reality, and not merely in
    • only could be rated as barely correct? If you pause to consider such
    • not possessed of the purely abstract thinking we have, and need to
    • more deeply into reality, reaching not merely into the elemental
    • tasks for Spiritual Science are mounting up. And they are not merely
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • merely to write a literary essay, but to perform a political deed. At
    • something one must accept. He never rejected anything entirely. This
    • But that is sterile; it leads to theories which are entirely empty of
    • because he has to stand entirely on the single point of his own self
    • regards them merely as material objects. But that is an Ahrimanic
    • wherever men participate in it, and spiritual life, which is entirely
    • entirely. But if you suggest to these people that schools need to be
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • although very often entirely without your notice.
    • What I want you to note is that here you have an entirely faithful
    • Up to that time one's teaching about nature should be entirely of the
    • directly and entirely from actual observation of the human being, down
    • merely from his presence, from the imponderable elements in his
    • to be found, quite objectively, not merely through tradition or
    • that we do not speak there merely of eclipses of the sun or eclipses
    • heads, so to speak. Indeed, an entirely new kind of world-picture is
    • our theory of evolution have been able to develop so entirely along
    • environment as surely as we know of the air and water around us. These
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • into being merely by inner activity of the soul, but they were born as
    • insight into this entirely different world of perception and
    • Moon are entirely different in character and function. In a certain
    • the fertilised germ, but the truth is that the human embryo merely
    • forces. If the substances of the foodstuffs were merely to unfold
    • race as a whole, we cannot do so by studying merely those conditions
    • explained by a science which deals merely with earthly phenomena.
    • Around man live other creatures — and they too are not merely
    • were entirely earthly in their nature. But in the minerals, too,
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • things are not yet entirely clear to science today, but from what is
    • known to Goethe. We, of course, have to go farther, in a way entirely
    • gesture. If we merely registered the spatial forms by some kind of
    • being, we are not content merely to photograph the spatial forms as
    • moral life entirely within himself. Well may it be that all
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • say: All this, surely, could be attained without these secret societies.
    • religions and all those who participate deeply and sincerely in the life of
    • of building it for reasons which he believes to be entirely impersonal. You
    • question is one of earning his living. Whatever men do in business merely
    • should be unknown. He worked in such a way that he merely added something
    • animal world and with men, that too, we shall surely become. If you found a
    • culture is a purely intellectual age, an age of egoism. The intellect is
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • have two entirely different pictures. In the first dream we
    • the soul has lived through is something entirely different from
    • Occult Science is not as though one merely
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • how during the course of evolution, man, proceeding from a purely
    • other purely spiritual beings and spiritual processes — in that
    • existence, the Christ Being remained above in purely spiritual worlds
    • conception of this descent of a purely spiritual Being into human
    • not merely be looked for as an outer individual man, but as an Inner
    • Surely this is most extraordinary? Our age has
    • reality at all in a ‘God,’ that is to say in a purely
    • man to-day — confining himself purely to his inner being, and
    • capacity to rise to the spiritual world through a purely inward
    • of thought must be entirely changed. This is obvious to all who are
    • sense our age finds itself in a position that must be entirely
    • education. He will no longer merely believe that Natural Science
    • Spiritual Science teaches, when man, having existed first in a purely
    • the purely material. Objectively, Christ represents in world
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • It is not the aim of Spiritual Science merely to satisfy curiosity or
    • in the domain of true Mysticism, and it is purely in this sense that
    • astral world, or world of light, while a higher, purely spiritual
    • life of soul was entirely different. He lived in a far more
    • It is nonsense to say that the myths are merely records of struggles
    • of egoism was entirely absent. Now the age-old symbol of a wisdom that
    • which bring forth the human being as purely and as chastely as the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • eyes of men was brought down in more ancient times merely in the form
    • complete and all-embracing — was merely the lowest expression of
    • contains merely the outward expression of the spiritual world. Nor let
    • is not enough merely to observe this phenomenon, for three hundred and
    • Powers with the purely earthly system in man (e.g. digestion,
    • To them, Christ is Christ indeed, whereas the Romans speak merely of
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • To WHAT do they really refer? They merely refer to something which at
    • talk merely reaches as far as the Angel-beings that belong to man, as
    • beginning of events which will be enacted upon an entirely different
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • epoch, it has merely received the inner movement which was most
    • etheric body may be left entirely to its own resources, and may no
    • After all, it was merely the exact repetition of a truth which
    • etheric body detaches itself in an entirely different form; it
    • merely through the interchanging influence of father and mother and
    • be possible to prove, even in an entirely external way, how
    • eldest brother is the son of another mother and has an entirely
    • entirely diseased soul, things which could pass through it, because
    • their opinions are merely based upon the fact that they have
    • life in the same way as the materialists, who merely dream of the
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • may even be writing them as a philosopher, not merely as a
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • of the Roman Republic, the people who developed personal valor purely
    • complete, who felt himself entirely as personal man. The Greeks felt
    • separated into purely worldly science and materialistic religion. They
    • Root Races, went through their own evolution entirely on the earth.
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • the question about Christ was indeed a purely spiritual one. Their
    • them in His purely spiritual being.
    • merely recognise the Father — Ex Deo Nascimur —
    • If we let Christ become our leader, we may surely say:
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • to look on the word merely as a combination of sounds that is
    • The most ancient language of all consisted almost entirely of
    • come into an entirely different world when we come to Greece —
    • That speech serves the purpose merely of a sign, — this
    • spiritual, it has often been merely traditional. But when the word of
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • evolutionary process. It was said that another, more purely spiritual
    • of these Beings, however, was held to be entirely free from the
    • died away. The time had come for man to pass into an entirely
    • world of the Pleroma. Faculties of an entirely different character
    • merely in assimilating knowledge that has already been laid down as a
    • the spiritual world was entirely absent. There you have a picture of
    • but an impulse to give an earthly, physical garb to purely spiritual
    • thought and towards a purely intellectual grasp of the earthly world
    • applied merely to the purposes of physical existence and of the world
    • goes its way, concerning itself merely with physical affairs. But all
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • able entirely to free himself from that which makes him earthly man.
    • elemental world. Imaginative perception will surely return to mankind
    • average human life; you get the same number of years — purely
    • normal age of 70 or 80 was attained) can enter not merely into the
    • till they are no longer a merely theoretic ‘world conception’,
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    • The point is not merely to form concepts, the point is that one is
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    • could really say: we see them. Entirely abstract thinking has only
    • modern times know, to be sure, about these entirely different
    • evolution, although of an entirely different kind.
    • process. It was not merely a physical process in the ages when Osiris
    • puberty that which in the case of boys merely emerged in the feeling
    • old times men were clear that in this way, merely through head
    • in the heavens, there is the appeal to the merely national, the
    • Chauvinistic appeal to the merely national, that is to say, an
    • one's thought or whether it is entirely divorced from reality and has
    • supposed merely through his gifts to be an ‘engineer’,
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    • land of Philisterium’ not merely the very nearest environment
    • does not merely signify something, but is something — but they
    • spot where she developed the cow-horns. But this crown was merely of
    • it purely literally and naturally carries it out in the wrong way.
    • philosophical concepts are actually merely words, that they no longer
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    • easily be thought that their purpose is merely to blame our times. I
    • with all its forces, purely as physical thinking-instrument, as
    • today, pedagogy, practical education of children, proceeds entirely
    • friends, merely to skim lightly over things.
    • I wanted to bring the matter forward merely as an example to show
    • purely of passages from Goethe in which he speaks of the Fraunhofer
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    • There must come an entirely new knowledge of the being of man. For
    • only when an entirely new knowledge of man's being is reached, will
    • merely to bring forward a fact, to consider a human outlook.)
    • demand that religion should not merely be made a Sunday School affair
    • else to say about life than the young men. Merely to know this
    • infinite consequence to grow up in such a way as not merely to look
    • something else than merely his physical body. He consists of the
    • system is constructed on entirely materialistic impulses — and
    • not meant to be merely something for people who have cut themselves
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    • the Delphic temple ‘Know thyself’ merely a phrase at that
    • these limits!’ But this is only because they merely reckon with
    • space events take place which are calculated purely mathematically
    • faith must have an entirely different origin.
    • merely calculate, as the modern mathematical astronomer does, the
    • upon earth as merely a higher animal, to be born and to die, but I am
    • between children and their elders, which is entirely lost in our age
    • be recognized, that not merely earthly visible forces are
    • world purely from a materialistic standpoint. The time has also
    • let themselves be prompted by professorial-thoughts, which are purely
    • stood to the rest of Europe. I do not now mean merely the political
    • purely with a phenomenon of the physical plane. One can understand
    • no longer be possible merely from physical plane relations to
    • is utterly and entirely unable to fulfil its mission today. What
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    • that the head is not merely given us quite passively but that we make
    • cosmos, together with the purely spiritual beings who dwell there, we
    • universe is concerned. The head has not merely come about through
    • purely from researches of natural science it will be possible to
    • the Earth, you can read how the purely materialistic geologist
    • merely in the present, we live in the future of the earth, but we
    • and desires, merely that, not the spiritual element of which we have
    • purely life of instinct and desire; it is not spiritual. And so the
    • merely in the schoolmaster sense that prevails in the world today,
    • the whole spiritual existence, that is calculated purely
    • age has become so abstract, has been formed so purely by the head, it
    • that is so purely spiritual as our present science; it is only that
    • existence. Merely by making the statement ‘there is a
    • purely spiritual process — ‘There is a material
    • Thus, one is not merely
    • purely logical head-experience. But when this logical head-experience
    • better on the Moon, since they are purely from the head. The head is
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    • as something merely to be dispersed later on, merely to be dissolved
    • we remain entirely in the realm of the physical-material.
    • them, but our soul — nothing! It has lived in an entirely
    • sure, incarnated in Europe, but more in the north, This is entirely
    • not take into account the entirely different characteristics of those
    • their own, but merely look down upon them from the bird's-eye
    • something entirely different from what in the first centuries had
    • incarnations; that Christianity with them is merely a matter of
    • from a merely materialistic viewpoint than it is to develop some
    • today, this new map of Europe, is entirely created out of
    • tradition as spiritual culture and merely accepted as such through
    • beyond what a purely materialistic conception can provide. Of course,
    • is such that we need not say that we accept something merely on
    • not merely of the origin of bodies. And in addition, we should
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    • human activity is at rest. But sleep is by no means merely rest; we
    • does not merely consist in the child's learning to stand
    • entirely within a kind of physical mechanism, — for such the
    • call idealism. Our words relate entirely to things of the outer,
    • merely voice an understanding of everyday affairs, but are also
    • antipathy, which are merely the outcome of something we are not
    • rests during sleep. But he is not merely resting. When the right kind
    • entirely to the soul.
    • will not do to generalise, saying merely that destiny and karma
    • any real peace of mind, it is merely a convenient theoretical
    • will quite surely come, — or again the illness, the misfortune,
    • When the human being sleeps he is not merely resting from the
    • spiritual world, who realise that the purpose of sleep is not merely
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    • to-day merely by way of example — is Goethe.
    • number and weight as applied to the world, or with purely
    • share when we are merely listening to a word that is uttered. For
    • when we listen to words, we are hearing merely what the head of
    • the nature of an entirely different life of soul in an age when
    • conscious mind, we must deliberately adjust ourselves to an entirely
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    • sincerely grateful for the opportunity given me by the students here
    • of its research are based entirely upon misunderstanding.
    • one possessed of real knowledge they may be merely impressions made
    • the one side against a philosophy which tries merely by intellectual
    • glowing life and teeming content in what is, at first, a purely
    • entirely different way. As a spiritual scientist one has to admit
    • of reality. If there is no sense of oppression, we have merely a
    • Spiritual Science speaks. Yet anyone who pays attention merely to
    • we know that we have something consisting, not merely of thoughts,
    • entirely.
    • genuinely experiences it knows that reality is before him as surely
    • are used purely in connection with what I have been describing. I
    • What I am now going to say merely by way of comparison, may suggest
    • unconscious, purely organic process. In that he experienced this
    • With Imagination and Inspiration we comprehend not merely what has
    • now look still more deeply inwards, grasping not merely the
    • research says about the reality of higher worlds is merely the result
    • one who merely theorises, but only to one who devotes his whole
    • clear. We no longer merely yearn for higher worlds — although
    • the higher worlds will have succeeded not merely in satisfying a need
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    • been experienced in super-sensible vision and which now existed merely
    • have acquired an entirely indistinct character, whereas for the
    • Idealism” should also be read by those who adopt an entirely
    • a time when the intellect did not merely unfold its technique,
    • the intellectual faculties merely to the world of the senses, without
    • faculties merely for an external observation through the senses. In
    • the intellect thus obtained were of a purely sensory kind, they were
    • spiritual development of the last three or four centuries merely
    • A cognition of faith, based upon an entirely subjective conviction,
    • were once investigated in an entirely different manner (this may be
    • obtained through their senses and the super-sensible; they merely
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    • world-conception cannot be considered as if it had merely been the
    • the past three, four, five centuries, something entirely new had
    • of a purely naturalistic structure of the world, and the fact that
    • say: this was merely the result of what had arisen in the course of
    • with spiritual-scientific methods of investigation, merely see
    • in Haeckel's “Riddles of the World”, does not merely live
    • merely a symptom of what constitutes to-day the decisive
    • has merely found a comprehensive expression within the materialistic
    • onwards, we merely speak of a symptom which pertained to that whole
    • period; and in the same way we merely speak of a symptom, when we
    • merely lays claim on one third of the threefold human being: the
    • with its entirely spiritual inclinations (but the head does not know
    • in such a way that the human being then merely makes claims and
    • Adler, but impulses of an entirely inner character are at work there.
    • real logic, a logic of reality, and the merely abstract logic of the
    • entirely different direction. But a living logic is something quite
    • the abstract thinking logic, which merely takes hold of the head, and
    • merely logical, but that it must correspond with the reality, as well
    • merely come from the head, but from the whole human being. We might
    • is merely a “head”-knowledge ... but the chief thing to
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    • have an entirely different constitution than that of a man who died
    • life; it admits that forces do not go lost, but merely transform
    • encounter its death. The van therefore merely provided the external
    • of the physical body cannot be recognised if we merely describe a
    • a purely external standpoint, there is really no difference
    • cease completely while we are asleep. To begin with, and seen purely
    • present a lifeless aspect. The seer must give an entirely different
    • Thus we cannot speak of our etheric body merely as a misty form, but
    • Indeed, I might mention striking cases, yet they would all be merely
    • say, forces pertaining to the spiritual world! Entirely different
    • they could not be employed is that they would be entirely used up in
    • whole. Yet this idea merely indicates the essential point. The
    • something entirely new must enter the world through spiritual
    • Building is still imperfect and elementary, it is merely a beginning,
    • yet it is the beginning of an entirely new impulse. We should of
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    • them merely from the logical and abstract point of view, merely place
    • the Spiritual within the merely material. He points to this free
    • words have, however, an entirely different significance in his
    • words are entirely devoid of meaning. They were used, of course, by
    • way man’s attention was diverted entirely to the outer world.
    • merely logical form of knowledge which, though of great significance,
    • became, nevertheless, entirely academic and on the other side had
    • purely abstract will-process, of a purely abstract thought-process,
    • anything when he merely looks into his inner being. He therefore
    • existence. The whole attitude of the human soul has entirely changed.
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    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • natural science with its great triumphs and its admission of purely
    • to-day we cannot pursue spiritual science merely as a personal
    • passing through now — and this will then be an entirely new
    • contemplation of the spirit. Those who have an entirely materialistic
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    • must become so entirely one with the planet, with the earth, that he
    • instead of being merely thought about, as is generally the case —
    • are put into words, they are entirely comprehensible to the healthy
    • emerges ... this picture must be entirely changed. It is a picture
    • I said yesterday) merely the outcome of changes in phraseology. Only
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    • not merely by being communicated in words, but through forms which
    • of the world, not merely in thought, nor merely in feeling as happens
    • circles than merely the Anthroposophical Society. Hence it has come
    • Now in order not to speak merely theoretically but to make what I
    • that I am not the founder of this Movement, and I rely upon
    • course saying merely in order that these things may be correctly
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    • instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • physical world, merely sees the external aspect of everything
    • that lives within the physical body. Even ordinary science merely
    • in the world, merely know of the physical body as much as we would
    • point out that we really speak of ourselves in an entirely
    • body as a whole, it merely shows us its external aspect,
    • merely drawn together.
    • this case we must set about thinking in an entirely different way of
    • world. Trivially speaking, I might say that this world is merely
    • For, after death, our experiences do not merely resemble the memories
    • human being. Our experience merely shows us the external aspect of
    • human beings is merely their outward aspect. This is the significant,
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other half of
    • sets in. This casting-off of the astral body is, again, merely
    • one aspect of the whole experience; the other aspect is an entirely
    • higher than our earthly life. However, we experience a purely
    • who is merely acquainted with the head's vessels. I explained this
    • to feel the inner structure of our body, is merely the outer aspect
    • the earth. Our earthly part is merely our exterior, it is merely
    • idea of it. This fact should not merely arouse in us discouraging and
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    • at that time — expressed in an entirely different way and on an
    • entirely different stage in “Faust”, in Goethe's “Faust”,
    • soul something that entirely ignores the soul’s threefold
    • connect themselves with the Slav tribes — is entirely connected
    • no longer a purely human unity, but a divine one, in which dwells the
    • case with nations. A nation is not an entirely uniform, homogeneous
    • speaks in this manner, as explained just now. Modern man, who merely
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    • may come to realize purely instinctively that the life and practice
    • surely see that an ethical-moral element is involved. But I am not as
    • attending an anthroposophical meeting where he led an entirely
    • intelligences and geniuses — I say this very sincerely
    • is, it is on an entirely different score than that of ability.) It is
    • and deduction do not call for inner development; they merely require
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    • sketch it thus: representing it entirely diagrammatically, and we shall
    • stirs your soul, and this movement causes your etheric body, purely because
    • for example, that you see two men meet each other. Perhaps the one merely
    • light-ether from the light-ether. This is remembrance purely as an act of
    • there merely because we have received those forces of thought prevalent in
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    • to be satisfied with characterising forgetting in a purely negative
    • apparent that no impression is entirely lost.
    • also consider the question of well-being from an entirely different
    • such as no other knowledge and no merely external moral commands can
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    • credit to this or that method, merely criticising what is trimmed
    • science holding the opinion that man consists merely of a physical
    • works according to the rules that arise entirely out of our
    • blood, even physical blood, in an entirely different manner from any
    • the expression of entirely different things. If the glands are the
    • entirely different.
    • merely be an indication, to show the way these lectures are leading.
    • anything on the basis of purely materialistic science. We need to
    • judgment. It is always superficial to follow purely external laws
    • carried out in the right way, their effect on the ego will entirely
    • body. Although purely psychological methods can be used, they
    • are not ashamed of their enemas and purgatives, and rely on them even
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    • merely listening is joining in everything the other one is doing.
    • entirely a question of their having a dim consciousness with which
    • yourself actually there in those ancient times when man was entirely
    • of original sin. And now we come to something else: an entirely new
    • developing entirely under the influence of his environment. What he
    • to speak of any plant medicaments but purely mineral ones, what is
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    • observation. If the physical body were entirely left to itself this
    • That is how it would be if the human being were entirely left to the
    • instance, if he were left entirely to himself, only approximate, of
    • course, with the external physical, purely spatial processes that
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    • Seven days later the astral body covers an entirely different part of
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    • entirely different situation from anything met with in life. His ego
    • have taken an entirely different course; it would also have failed to
    • everything right in one life. It depends entirely on whether the
    • closest to our requirements. They never, however, entirely
    • overcoming of this illness brings an entirely new impulse, like a
    • if we only look at the past; this turns karma into a merely
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    • school from the observation of purely physical, material conditions,
    • have been entirely different then. Man, evolving in earthly
    • very clever. This is entirely based on what could be said of the
    • completely passive Negro soul entirely given up to the outer world of
    • entirely on to the earthly scene, and therefore some kind of last
    • significance. The ego must lose itself entirely, it must dissolve
    • We rely on what comes to us from outside and are not very concerned
    • than it was in Atlantis. Nowadays you no longer go black if you rely
    • merely on traditions, and say: Those to whom we have entrusted the
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    • in a purely external way to begin with, the difference between the
    • can be undertaken with animals. We need merely bear one particular
    • their astral body is not yet entirely within their physical body.
    • depends entirely on the fact that it is he in particular that
    • make the person a thief, it is a process taking place entirely within
    • has entirely new experiences, independent of previous causes.
    • about in it, but strictly speaking it will be an entirely new
    • man does not merely look at the external world or merely observe it,
    • or merely chase after the thief to find him, but observes in such a
    • everything were merely to repeat itself in circles. But such circles
    • undertook to do it as a free deed entirely based upon foreseeing
    • purely suggestive nature of conditions and unite with other people in
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    • an unprejudiced observation of man's life is surely the existence of
    • that human beings living on the Earth during entirely different
    • essential to be able to understand not merely one particular group of
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    • realise the wrong I committed, but I cannot rectify it and must rely
    • Ego-consciousness. To believe that would be to misunderstand entirely
    • adopt a merely passive attitude towards those who have passed through
    • that he does not want it? This question is not entirely justifiable
    • two worlds, not merely a theoretical conception of the existence of a
    • electric telegraph merely happens to be the most convenient way of
    • We shall realise that we are not merely beings of the Earth but
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    • worked upon them, not merely the sensory impressions made by what
    • you are merely holding it and what you experience is your own contact
    • entirely forgotten — today it is entirely forgotten but can be
    • To pursue Spiritual Science is not merely a matter of imbibing so
    • Human beings would quickly wither, be prematurely wrinkled. Decadence
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    • physical body but can continue his work in purely spiritual worlds.
    • come to men in purely spiritual bodies.
    • complete dedication in heart and soul, not merely in mind and
    • heavenly bodies purely in terms of their mathematical, spatial and
    • have rendered them incapable of anything except a purely
    • to be formed entirely under the influence of certain old Mars forces
    • have been able to produce on the Earth a counterweight to the purely
    • devoted entirely to the interests of material existence on the Earth
    • entirely to external, industrial and commercial interests, becoming
    • subject such as this cannot be grasped merely in terms of words or
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    • there at all or merely continuing to live knowing nothing of itself,
    • in contrast to an ‘I’ which merely appears in the field
    • What thus remains entirely concealed we can follow back as far as
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    • his form merely needs to grow. The basis for the form has been
    • Luciferic character. They are the factor which works in the purely
    • than for a purely physical life, and so would have become more and
    • are merely the recruits; nevertheless this is the beginning of the
    • be entirely out of place. It must be said, although it will seem
    • weight and influence than the purely physical qualities. And it will
    • be increasingly apparent that qualities other than the purely
    • qualities were in evidence; but then entirely new trends appeared and
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    • entirely hidden from ordinary observation. It is easy to understand
    • alive for an entirely different reason. A fortnight ago he fell into
    • through physical bodies, did not see the stars merely as material
    • nonsensical statement that a yellow colour, for example, is merely a
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    • thinking in the third. Acting out of love rather than merely out of a
    • form in which it will be revealed depends entirely upon how we have
    • or done as an outer achievement merely from a sense of duty, or has
    • not merely out of a sense of duty, but out of love, inclination and
    • after death will depend entirely upon the manner of our life here on
    • in anthroposophical life. Merely to have knowledge of Anthroposophy
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    • entirely with earthly conditions. Kamaloka is fundamentally a period
    • can possibly have sense-organs formed entirely of substance of the
    • merely personal experience; in the Mercury region with whatever moral
    • kingdom to appear as a purely material realm is due to the fact that
    • What is merely thought on the earth is in this region
    • itself entirely from the element of personality. In the Mars region,
    • liberate itself entirely from the particular creed to which it
    • particular confession to which it belonged on Earth; merely to
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    • that we will rely on what cannot be denied even by minds most given
    • or convictions. We shall be concerned purely with objective facts
    • thirty preceding worlds — thirty worlds with a content entirely
    • look, said the Gnostic, to the lowest but still purely spiritual
    • with your nebulae and your entirely abstract concepts. You say the
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    • difficulties denied entirely that the Christ had appeared on Earth in
    • prophetic character entirely their own. External scholarship cannot
    • ordered soul life, entirely opposed to anything chaotic. It draws
    • calm and relaxed in soul, entirely devoted to the world-secrets. In
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    • Human beings in their ordinary consciousness remained entirely
    • one merely glances superficially at the moon, but it is evident if
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    • did, and only an entirely obsessed materialist, such as Anatole
    • materialistic geology portrays it, purely physical and mineral, but a
    • living being, endowed not merely with a body, as the modern
    • draws after it, merely as its shadow, astrological superstition. Thus
    • sooth-saying from the flight of birds was not merely an art of
    • earthly and the heavenly, not relying on old traditions, but in
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    • merely to observe it, do we gain an insight into how the laws of
    • evolution become entirely spiritual, but leaving its signs behind in
    • already appealing to something entirely spiritual when, from the
    • purely physiologically and not clairvoyantly, the only way to do so
    • entirely under the aegis of this epoch. The consciousness is present
    • produced entirely out of the inner being. And everywhere we find that
    • merely created within, in the human spirit, or has it a significance
    • entirely, rules purely in itself, that is the philosophy of Hegel —
    • develops thought of such a nature that one can grasp it in merely
    • to be one with our Anthroposophy — not merely as with something
    • poem lives entirely in the inspiration of which ones feels a breath
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    • from this picture have led merely to the idea that there are no
    • entirely different part in earthly life from the part it plays today.
    • for earthly life. Saturn is an entirely self-engrossed heavenly body
    • of speech too — not entirely, but in a certain respect free.
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    • It is an entirely different experience to see, in our
    • What we acquire through spiritual science is not merely
    • character, and that this Plato is severely punished by his teacher
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    • spiritual scientist merely by knowing about certain things. You are
    • connected intimately with a large number of these purely astral
    • this person or that, and with a merely personal intensity or purpose.
    • and work with that which has gone before them. Unconsciously, merely
    • his astral body; that is to say, he must first belong entirely to the
    • no longer merely through Inspiration as I described it just now. Not
    • work in a purely spiritual way into other egos. Formerly he worked by
    • longer merely into the habits of people but even into their views and
    • however sincerely gained. Therefore, no one who stands with full
    • wrote entirely in the spirit and in the sense of Goethe's
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    • over the intellect even where it is merely a question of numbers.
    • Nothing is achieved by looking at these things merely from an
    • the sky is not merely the physical sun, but that with the sun's
    • things are concerned only with what has merely transient
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    • event, instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • accessible to us in the physical world merely sees the external
    • ordinary science merely sees this external aspect. We might say: our
    • which it now lives in the world, merely know of the physical body as
    • ourselves in an entirely mistaken manner upside down, we might say.
    • look upon the physical body as a whole, it merely shows us its
    • space enclosed by your skin; it is merely drawn together.
    • an entirely different way of the spiritual world than of the
    • speaking, I might say that this world is merely rolled together and
    • do not merely resemble the memories which we have during our earthly
    • through the gaze of the other human being. Our experience merely
    • which they appear to us human beings is merely their outward aspect.
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other
    • astral body is, again, merely one aspect of the whole experience;
    • the other aspect is an entirely different one. When we have passed
    • However, we experience a purely spiritual life, only when we have
    • than an anatomist, who is merely acquainted with the head's vessels.
    • structure of our body, is merely the outer aspect of something that
    • of our being which pertains to the earth. Our earthly part is merely
    • our exterior; it is merely the external expression within this
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    • man of to-day is adapted very strongly to the purely material
    • according to a purely material perception. For this reason, it
    • surely do we always have before us, when we become fully conscious
    • upon what we were. We then experience ourselves in an entirely
    • an entirely different form. And, of course, we can approach the way
    • conceptions which are suited to purely physical objects and
    • of the more purely soul-impression made upon us — let us say by
    • he would live far more purely in the world of colours. And if he did
    • live more purely in the other sense-impressions. In that case,
    • colours has here arisen entirely out of the soul-element —
    • accepted in spiritist circles. It is in fact something entirely
    • example, which may appear to be far-fetched, and from an entirely
    • in a way that was entirely different from the way of to-day.
    • He merely saw, still saw in the etheric world, what Lucifer was
    • science is entirely superfluous — because natural science and
    • which we do not merely think. And just as truly as in the past
    • just because it appears to them to be entirely logical and thus they
    • is an entirely indifferent matter whether the picture is a true one
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    • we must surely inquire: Is it not just as natural that the beings who
    • developed themselves in a certain respect prematurely, without
    • waiting for the proper time. Such prematurely developed beings we
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    • is not clairvoyant can merely feel in a country, but which a man who
    • as well as with man. We must not therefore ascribe our speech merely
    • something that takes place in the physical world. This is not merely
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    • man may arrive at knowledge merely from within, without being brought
    • world all that is merely physical sensation, if you take away
    • merely as an allegory, but as representing as nearly as possible the
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    • have gone through purely spiritual conditions, and would have
    • entirely under the guidance of the normal Spirits of Form. Hence the
    • childhood. It determines his whole life; a man is so entirely
    • The further West one goes the more do the merely external parts of
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    • looks upon merely as maya, in the action of the chemical combinations
    • as the equilateral triangle. If you merely draw it, you will find the
    • who prematurely and in the wrong way entered the occult domain, has
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    • not merely one kind of humanity spread over the whole earth, but that
    • that particular part of the Earth's surface but the entirely
    • always investigated, and originally man was entirely guided by them.
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    • long time under the guidance merely of Archangels.
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    • takes Adonis and compares him with Christ. That is comparing merely
    • science of comparative religion, with its entirely external methods,
    • making a superficial study of comparative religion, we are merely
    • merely abstract wisdom, but it represents to us the wisdom which
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    • that which was outside in the world was merely maya or illusion.
    • stone, makes no difference to the purely formal act of cognition. But
    • of this antithesis in a purely formal manner, then we shall also
    • the independence of man, he felt not merely the possibility of evil,
    • merely yield himself to some external power, but who possesses within
    • astral body, the purely inner part of man, the self is permeated with
    • proceed from entirely different grounds. The death of an animal does
    • entirely different cause. This is a very crude example, but
    • same, and yet the inner causes may be entirely different. We simply
    • that what the clairvoyant sees is not merely an allegorical
    • Now the Germanic Scandinavian did not know merely of
    • merely the account from memory of a vision into the spiritual world.
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    • jurisprudence, which is built up purely on the ‘ I ’.
    • or Soul of the Higher Feelings. But it had not merely to give the
    • world. But this philosophy does not discover merely the external,
    • merely as the other side of idea. Take this on-working impulse, and
    • nature, both really working together, so that they do not merely form
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    • certainly not so great, for man was not then so entirely in
    • purely human, to the whole of humanity. And if we live entirely
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    • thinks merely with his intellect and faculty of reason, his thoughts are not
    • but yet merely shadow-thoughts — are directed entirely to material existence.
    • year of life. Women will then become barren. An entirely different form of
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    • is thought possible to attain knowledge which is not merely physical
    • time endeavoured, purely out of what I had discovered for myself, to
    • was represented by me as something entirely independent, and
    • Thus it is an entirely
    • independent. This is not put forward from want of modesty, but merely
    • science finds it entirely comprehensible that many misunderstandings
    • science or Anthroposophy are looked at merely from the outside, it may
    • done with thinking in order that it may become something entirely
    • meant not something merely imagined, but it is meant that man, by
    • transformed that it no longer leads merely to images, but becomes
    • actions. This is no mere image, no merely pictorial expression, but it
    • human souls which are passing through a purely spiritual life in a
    • with them. But this turning to the dead must itself be of a purely
    • entirely remote from the intentions of the spiritual investigator. He
    • this is surely the conviction of many religious people; and it is again
    • there is no injury done to the cardinal truths of the Bible, merely
    • entirely remote from it.
    • the blue firmament above; merely because people can only see as far as
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    • pictures; but belief was based securely on knowledge.
    • This act was merely meant to signify that the offering made by man's
    • in him an entirely different mood. Whereas formerly he had felt that
    • the attitude towards the guiding wisdom of mankind was entirely
    • together with the Gods; he must now develop purely human thoughts.
    • But these purely human thoughts are in danger of falling prey to the
    • must be taken sincerely and honestly, in connection with the Being
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    • create his figures. On the other hand, that he should not merely
    • was merely the first expression of his ideas, his feelings; as he
    • but the purely artistic way in which Michelangelo has shaped these
    • tombs of Giuliani and Lorenzo dei Medici. It is not merely that the
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    • study the natural world purely in the light of its abstract laws;
    • Let us think, to begin with, entirely from the external
    • matter merely of absorbing what is said about one thing or another,
    • influences and to their effects, although they are entirely unaware
    • of ‘I’, is entirely different — more and more
    • verb itself, this is an entirely different matter from when it is
    • Rhine,” what does he mean by this? Surely such an expression
    • knows, for the water is certainly entirely new; it is flowing onwards
    • entirely false interpretation is placed if — going backwards
    • So the work of art is brought to life entirely through
    • that is why we had to try to work according to an entirely new
    • merely hint at these things — the transformation of an old into
    • Expression will have to be given to things that entirely escape
    • anyone who is merely an onlooker. But leaving that aside, the
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    • entirely at a loss when confronted with the intricate complexities of
    • this is all written from the point of view of thought that is merely
    • were incarnated somewhere quite different, under entirely different
    • thought that they merely dabble in Spiritual Science and never reach
    • force in the whole of life and was still entirely free from the
    • repeated earthly lives and merely take it as a theory. It must be
    • We live in a world of pure abstractions when we study merely the
    • truth. Nothing will make me accept these things merely on the basis
    • another matter! There is surely no alternative but to accept it on
    • obstacles as are erected when history is studied merely from the
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    • This shows us that entirely different laws hold sway when we remain
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    • acquired a form which transcends the purely personal destiny and
    • spheres pertaining to purely egoistic, personal human interests. If
    • although this is so sorely needed.
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    • ordinary physical consciousness, is merely a reflexion, only an
    • being endowed with will. If he had merely the power of thinking,
    • only rely on what lives in you. But imagine that you are suddenly
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    • understand man. Actually man, as such, is entirely excluded from the
    • more this emerges, not merely as a theory but as a feeling, a feeling
    • of dependence on purely earthly inherited characteristics, the more
    • oneself in the purely inherited characteristics will lie like a
    • world, but merely a child of characteristics inherited in the course
    • is merely the social counterpart of the utterly reactionary outlook
    • have had to fall back upon something entirely devoid of spirit, on
    • at the thought of purely inherited characteristics and at the
    • a purely earthly, physical being. The new experience of the Christ
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    • knowledge along purely scientific lines! This knowledge once
    • indifferent, with whom we have merely a conventional relation. Not so
    • a purely spiritual world — or as we take our way into the
    • purely intellectual knowledge has any specific effect on character;
    • We begin to speak no longer merely in an abstract way of
    • a purely formal compensatory effect. But this physical world is
    • entirely personal matter. As we shall find, however, what seems most
    • merely carry on a tradition. If to-day one speaks from direct
    • merely man in general, but each single human being, is relied upon to
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    • connection between them can be entirely blotted out, or set on a
    • something entirely different. Because men are becoming more and more
    • entirely to authority. He has very little wish to acquire discernment
    • merely a concession to the outside world; that what concerns us must
    • comes to us from the spiritual world. It is not merely the things we
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    • into his whole organism. He did not merely think, but felt the thought as a
    • thinking to be merely a shadowy, logical process; he rather felt how
    • merely logical connection between thoughts into something of a musical
    • All modern exercises in meditation aim at entirely separating
    • becomes purely an inner soul path in which the body does not
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    • whose significance lies, not merely within the course of earth-evolution,
    • not an event that can be grasped by any thinking concerned entirely
    • the second half of his life was determined entirely by what came to him
    • knowledge of the nature of the super-sensible world, and entirely fails to
    • entirely new way of relating themselves to cosmic evolution had come to
    • spiritual reality. They did not see merely trees, or merely plants, but
    • place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being had
    • you will only find the way out of your purely physical vision of the
    • merely external, sense-given science, and yet at the same time they deny
    • scattered in the All, not merely burying, but annihilating everything
    • knowledge alone. In a world in which he merely calculates or investigates
    • merely the catastrophe that happened in the recent years of the war, but
    • to be a reflection of the divine and spiritual, he wants to be merely the
    • feel the purely external, mechanistic knowledge like a tombstone rolled
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    • as deeply and sincerely, that your House has been ready to receive us
    • surely be glad to do so.”
    • limestone nature. Suppose we were merely considering what emerges in
    • has become almost entirely thoughtless nowadays. They are only too
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    • purely crystalline within the “household of Nature.” In
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    • the merely mineral and rigid limestone-formation which the Earth
    • Spiritual moves through the World. Let me now make a drawing (purely
    • we must take our start once more. The merely intellectual life is not
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    • into the spiritual realm. It does not merely recognise the coarse material
    • merely bite into it, treating it in an impossible and style-less fashion.
    • remains at the merely herbaccous stage. A tree surrounds itself with
    • If you use mineral, purely mineral substances as manure, you will never
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    • to know what is abstractly correct. If our correct knowledge is merely
    • from the water which merely trickles through the earth, no further vitalisation
    • directly, and this we cannot do by merely mineral procedures. This we
    • it to a further treatment. And the point is not merely to add substances
    • very strong that if you merely put it in — even if you do not
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    • and Venus too. As I said, people commonly imagine that the Moon merely
    • by a weakening but by an over intensity of the Moon-forces. If we merely
    • live. Needless to say, you cannot merely speculate. Nevertheless, you
    • so, when we come to the living plants, we must not merely look at the
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    • In this case we must not merely want to see a root we must understand
    • becoming stunted, not merely to make experiments for the fields or on
    • To find the spiritual truths, we cannot merely conclude by analogy from
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    • and the breathing. What the animal eats is merely for the purpose of
    • the necessary forces from the Cosmos. Therefore we should not merely
    • are inherited. The animal you merely place at the manger will not reveal
    • will show you how futile it is merely to give general instructions:
    • must not be merely deposited in the head. From what is there
    • I say to myself, it surely can be increased. What shall I do? I shall
    • — from persons who are merely interested — then indeed “the
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    • world. In a preceding stage, we merely developed within us
    • be viewed merely in a naturalistic-materialistic way. The
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    • being. It becomes objective — it is not merely within his own soul, but
    • surface consciousness was dulled, and their inner gaze was directed entirely
    • gradually assumed a personal character, inasmuch as it aims merely at putting
    • course is not yet entirely understood; nevertheless one can understand it
    • a purely physical “monon.” And so it came about that lofty and
    • whole evolution, as we have said, is carried forward inasmuch as not merely
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    • entirely directed towards the objective reality outside.
    • severely, as pathological elements; in fact, the results obtained by
    • not merely set before us the ordinary thinking life of the soul, but
    • merely localised in the human head, but they are forces which work in
    • which we merely survey our own organisation.
    • it is no longer entirely in keeping with Goethe’s conception;
    • does not suffice, however, to consider the purely morphological
    • must be held together in an entirely different way, for the whole
    • merely a concept. But when such a reality is suppressed, when we
    • consciousness is entirely supplanted by a pathological consciousness.
    • this is incompletely described if it is merely described as a path of
    • the external spatial form of the heart is merely the process which is
    • Since Anthroposophy is not a mere theory, and does not merely live in
    • form of sound. Eurhythmy is entirely drawn out of the law of man, in
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    • the facts of the higher, super-sensible worlds purely and clearly. Any
    • will surely fall. This must in a certain way become an experience in
    • entirely correct to say that a phenomenon of hatred directed from one
    • arriving at such a condensation is merely the dying, the withering in
    • merely for the painter himself, so the communications about the
    • peculiarity arises: Maeterlinck takes to be merely a belief that
    • speaks with a certain outer justification (not with a merely inner
    • circle. In reality, of course, it is entirely possible for such a
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    • obstinate attitude of ‘simple faith’ that wants to rely
    • is merely a spectator. And man is conscious of the fact that he
    • to use this active thinking man acquires an entirely new way of
    • that the human head is of an entirely different character, even in
    • and self-education systematically and fully consciously, not merely
    • to understand it merely out of a material conglomeration of
    • illusions with which the purely external, material theories of
    • gentlemen, people will never get beyond a nonsensical, merely hazy
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    • materialist is merely lifeless, is to us not only endowed with life,
    • purely mineral Earth. True, when we speak of the consciousness of the
    • entirely different from the laws of human consciousness. In speaking
    • merely a change of consciousness. The case is the same with
    • in a superficial way, thinking merely of the stones against which we
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    • authority. People live to-day entirely under the impression that they
    • is seen in the mirror is without doubt images — merely images.
    • now the thought came to Mauthner that these senses are merely
    • last century purely external sense-observation obtained and gave its
    • exercise this power from the standpoint of a purely materialistic
    • one of the greatest men of the day who had surely got ‘as far
    • world-outlook, when they entirely left out that which as spirit rules
    • other than that of merely listening to lectures or reading
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    • peoples and nations? It cannot inhere merely in speech or language or
    • as an entity? We can speak of an individual human being merely from
    • knowledge cannot be acquired merely from the observation of daily
    • universal humanity — for that would be merely an
    • European, become merely an ‘interpreter’ of the being of
    • from a more purely spiritual point of view, we shall find that the
    • ‘spiritual giraffe,’ must transcend the merely
    • sincerely seek for knowledge of the nature of other peoples of the
    • is applied merely to the world of sense and has not penetrated to the
    • unification, for unifying love is not merely a vague feeling. To
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    • beholding merely the physical expression of a spiritual
    • in the physical world I merely laid the seed of what I now
    • root entirely on the physical plane and in yonder world,
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    • something that they do not yet want to receive: an entirely new
    • need to take these seriously; all that is “merely
    • source is entirely within the spiritual world, and presents it as a
    • the purely materialistic view of the world and preparing actively to
    • in the purely spiritual world. From this experience I ought to draw
    • than any previous event, arisen from external, purely material
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    • established with an entirely different kind of certainty, with
    • ordinary memory is brought about in a purely soul-spiritual way
    • one reaches ideas, which in a purely formal way are like memory
    • entirely personal experience. By this means we prepare ourselves
    • that it must for ever stimulate itself anew. The usual purely
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    • Atlantean catastrophe the experiences of the human soul were entirely
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    • intellectual power for this will depend entirely upon moral actions;
    • individual as a great soul, merely on authority. It is important
    • rely upon any herald to announce him as the Maitreya Buddha, but upon
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    • effect. He will not merely learn that man consists of ‘physical
    • give someone this advice, not merely because he is forgetful but
    • would take an entirely different course if the ethereal body were stronger.
    • applied became apparent, surely it proves the existence of the
    • merely been lax and easygoing. It will be good, not to
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    • and watch it oscillate. Watching it purely externally, we might
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    • confront the starry heavens in this merely intellectual way —
    • merely to be understood as proceeding from the space within the
    • we do not understand it if we try to explain it merely by what is
    • — not merely by forces in the mother's body, but by cosmic
    • the anthroposophical world-view leads directly from merely theoretical
    • body in a purely theoretical way. Of course one must have the
    • longer formed merely from the cosmos; it is also formed from within.
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    • its representatives: “You are living entirely in fear; your
    • entirely different elemental configuration, with the necessity of
    • is a fact, and knowledge merely draws attention to it. If the centre
    • knowledge by saying: “You modern Westerners live entirely
    • entirely to the world. Love must permeate the act of cognition if one
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    • within us. A man is not changed by knowledge: he merely comes to know
    • word, the audible word, is not merely subjective, but is something
    • objective. It is not our inner being that speaks: our being is merely
    • on life is entirely absent. There, that which is man is thrown back
    • death. Much depends on this. Christianity is not merely a religion of
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    • appearance was not entirely dissimilar from that of animals, the
    • of a ‘heart’ in the case of Ahriman is merely a
    • outwardly. The Mystery of Golgotha is to be regarded not merely
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    • would consist entirely of lamb's flesh and in reality the wolf should
    • not merely look at the idea “wolf”, but at the real
    • continue living merely as a thought or an idea?” In this case
    • he would surely feel very unreal after death! This was not so for the
    • merely as the Son of the Father.
    • by the description of the Christ, as being merely the Son of God, and wish
    • consider ourselves merely such as we are through birth; we must
    • remain such as you were through birth, and see Nature merely through
    • resurrection as an independent Being, not merely as the Son of the
    • Father. Then we learn to know that if we keep merely to the Father,
    • people live only in their habits. It is not possible to live entirely
    • substance, etc. This leads them up a ladder, yet they obtain merely a
    • order to see if we still have materialistic tendencies and merely
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    • it is essentially, but in an entirely different form, an echo, a
    • forces based merely upon feeling, but with all the forces of the
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    • in the Occident, is merely a summary of that which the senses convey
    • intellectual knowledge is merely a result, an appendix of the
    • Metaphorically speaking, (yet it is not entirely metaphorical, but
    • we have it now, merely containing mathematical laws of the
    • wisdom, even though this merely existed traditionally. It is
    • against the recollections of ancient wisdom. Something entirely new
    • which these things are done, and do not merely aim at obtaining
    • undoubtedly succeed in making the third generation entirely
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    • taken place in our own times merely, or during the last three
    • They knew that they were not merely beings who had gone
    • the altruistic sense. It is not enough for us merely to
    • them. If they become merely an incentive to egoism, then they
    • become in our age, insofar as it is not merely a utilitarian
    • altruism into practice. They have merely got the temperament,
    • penetrates beyond the merely physical into the
    • merely signifies an abstraction. And it is an abstraction
    • really believe in this purely mathematical world, in the
    • purely mathematical Cosmos. His particular civilisation leads
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    • philosophic book. Surely then he must understand it. How
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    • will say, quite rightly : But surely we have not to assume
    • merely part of reality, and that when we observe only earthly
    • should not be entirely cosmic, but cosmic toned down by the
    • entirely of the Earth but something earthly moderated by the
    • art. Then in art there will not be merely external nature as
    • looks condescendingly on everything and merely nibbles at one
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    • all, merely external ecclesiasticism. In the future, Art will
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    • death. Knowledge and wisdom cannot surely have brought old age,
    • which cannot merely be called, in the Buddhistic sense, a descent
    • process which caused the human being not merely to
    • concerned not merely with the direct descent of which the Buddhist
    • world of facts and strive to reach a higher stage merely in the inner
    • by a purely Christian impulse, looks out upon the world as Faust
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    • the purely intellectualistic nature of the different conceptions is
    • ordering of affairs, find themselves faced with the entirely
    • that everything in existence is merely a mechanical, physical or
    • does not merely observe what is there before the eye or conjectured
    • Movement of ours it behoves us to work earnestly and sincerely to
    • just as if we were concerned merely with material processes.
    • Just as we cannot truly study a human being if we merely look at his
    • this not so much when we are observing merely a single part of the
    • the world on the basis of purely abstract concepts. Healing can never
    • merely studied from a “psychological” point of view, but
    • from external observation. On all sides to-day people form entirely
    • merely said by way of example, for the same thing applies in other
    • enough to have, as well as the school teachers who are working merely
    • our intellectualistic culture were not merely a picture but an actual
    • merely on the surface of man's being — and I use this phrase in
    • modern natural or social science but they are not sincerely devoting
    • realised to their cost the powerlessness of purely intellectual
    • Science and that of merely intellectualistic science. The concepts
    • “bloodless” — because they are merely analogies to
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    • vowel element. Now, the consonantal element is in reality entirely
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    • a kind of sheath, merely an instrument for the purposes of earthly
    • unfold the spirituality of Nature to the human soul. The purely
    • when the world of stars was understood merely through calculation,
    • merely stands within external Natural Science. This Natural Science
    • revealed to us merely in its outer aspect. Cosmic ideas are
    • knowledge directed merely to outer Nature? How can we awaken from the
    • arise through Anthroposophy does not wish merely to be an extension
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    • merely a current but that electricity in Nature is, at the same time,
    • consists of electrons, we merely listen to him explaining that Nature
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    • entirely new and fresh forces. We may say without hesitation that, as
    • theirs are not entirely unreal, because human beings are complicated.
    • the spiritual world. To be a Son is something other than being merely
    • impulses that belonged to a later period: purely materialistic
    • was entirely unknown at that time. It entered human hearts only
    • allowed to become popular; it was kept entirely in the hands of the
    • realize, merely through incidental occurrences, that this human being
    • play shows us symbolically. This is sorely needed in our age, when
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    • have gradually come to this pass; our purely intellectualistic thinking
    • soul-quality which is expressed in feeling, than if you merely
    • there in space; they are not entirely apart from space. Lastly, when
    • our I or Ego. Our Ego has no extension at all. It is purely
    • is meaningless merely to speak of the contrast between the
    • of giving himself up entirely to the intellectual,
    • merely because in the course of time he had to become an intellectual
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    • occurrences within earth-evolution not merely with his intellect but
    • also when they are intent on thinking entirely in terms of geology.
    • it was not merely out of a lifeless, fiery nebula that there came
    • is going on all the time. Granite is merely the oldest
    • we see the continuation of those processes which are purely mineral
    • “sifted,” the present purely mineral substances had to be
    • over as a foundation to the purely mineral life in order that on it
    • if one despairs of the spirit, regards the spirit as merely bound to
    • said that this work, on which Suess has been engaged not merely for
    • no other way than by assuming that certain forces of a purely
    • where Eduard Suess's purely sense-perceptive method of research
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    • during the waking state is never entirely one-sided; thinking is not
    • quite meaninglessly, purely out of the activity of the physical body,
    • the case of human beings who die prematurely things are somewhat different.
    • arising out of Spiritual Science is in no sense merely theorising,
    • that we cannot understand it by means of purely mathematically
    • merely try and think of what you intend to accomplish in the
    • surface, below the merely physical side of things. Hence we derive
    • nothing but a nebulous mysticism. Neither does it rest on a purely
    • purely material facts, and has succeeded in formulating these facts
    • contained a purely Christian element. It describes the battle of
    • merely as the good God. And the error so frequently met with is this,
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    • Art the fact that Theosophy is not a merely abstract theory and
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    • and that it would never be possible to give more than a merely rough
    • entirely of Wisdom interact with the hierarchy of the Spirits of
    • Paracelsus — thank God — he left out entirely; for
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    • ‘space,’ that also is merely a pictorial description;
    • Ancient Saturn consists of ‘heat,’ we do not merely
    • adding to it air and light, that again is depicted merely by an
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    • presents merely an illusion in relation to the man, so in this sense,
    • smallest purely spiritual facts. We do not attain any spiritual
    • the space of ancient Sun; not merely the sacrificial smoke thrown
    • we may suppose the gods had foreseen as follows: ‘If we merely
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • Beings. The Spirits of Movement should not be thought of as merely
    • unendurable, and which in a merely superficial person takes the
    • Movement, by bringing change of place into the Cosmos, merely
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    • purely materialistic or purely intellectual concepts deny what others
    • not die. They are merely members of one great organism, just as a
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • be to rouse people and make them really wake up. Merely
    • has to be greater than purely sensual and material awareness.
    • merely human actions, but above all the actions of ahrimanic
    • concrete realities and not merely as abstract formulations.
    • or five hundred years old and something entirely different
    • on the surface. Surely it cannot be that difficult for anyone
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • same extent. Surely the present world catastrophe could not
    • these different aspects of human nature belong to entirely
    • entirely different cosmic age. The apparatus or instrument of
    • merely look at it the way in which it normally comes to
    • significant attempt made in the past which did not entirely
    • Some think their motives are entirely selfless, when in
    • which is entirely due to this development in the present age
    • But he would merely be a man of our time, a typical
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    • entirely given up to illusion. There is a growing tendency to
    • have the kind of illusion which arises from entirely
    • physical objects, fools who invent things which merely work
    • special mechanism kept it going of its own accord. One merely
    • What matters is not to be merely clever, or logical, but to
    • less entirely realistic. One makes the strangest discoveries
    • — I was merely leafing through the book. Yet he is an
    • people merely get to know them, let alone gain direct
    • of the subjective inner life it merely is a state of mind
    • By merely listening to spiritual truths they go through a
    • but is perhaps doing so from some kind of purely personal
    • leaving the Society, merely show that they never should have
    • merely personal interest really have learned to work hard in
    • other ways of entertaining themselves. This merely shows the
    • important interests and impulses than to the purely personal
    • able to set aside the purely personal element which for many
    • as inevitable. From now on, everything will be entirely in
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    • constructed merely on the basis of what people produce by the
    • problem is that people are not merely desiring to be
    • themselves to be virtuous, to give themselves up entirely to
    • brought to realization as such. ‘Surely’, people
    • demonstrating things — not to prove, but merely to
    • devil. This merely as a passing comment.
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    • today. Today I will merely consider one aspect of this: the
    • did not merely think spiritual entities, for there made
    • them. Instead of merely being blue or red, the blue and the
    • himself entirely on scientific facts, Suess comes to the
    • merely more flexible and comprehensive in the case of a
    • around, and the soul is not entirely inside them. Why?
    • entirely constituted to hear the words of a cosmic spirit:
    • not the case, and people had to depend entirely on being like
    • right light, such doctrines do not seem entirely wrong. Many
    • not to rely entirely on outer appearances if they want to
    • — hatred being merely another aspect of fear —
    • some extent; it really is no longer entirely present in those
    • yesterday — sorely misused. Atlantean science worked on
    • issues of the day because the soul belongs to entirely
    • written, for they are entirely written out of a diseased
    • purely medical point of view they are, of course, correct;
    • possible to do something else from a purely medical point of
    • no longer relates entirely to the body and this makes human
    • world. The heads are merely empty of something which was
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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    • discuss if this really is the case. For the moment I merely
    • purely subjective thought, you'd be following ahrimanic
    • be purely elemental by nature. In the head, everything would
    • if their bodies had not become sensuous flesh. It is entirely
    • merely seen as sexual symbols, are explained by the fact that
    • historical symbols are easily given entirely the wrong
    • merely reflecting, nor is something conveyed through their
    • world around them; as I said, they did not merely see
    • the human soul was therefore entirely different in the past.
    • thought it possible to create political structures merely by
    • — but surely it is not what you would do in practice! And
    • He based himself entirely on Jacob Boehme, especially in his book
    • real, effective political ideas, these must not merely be
    • his book, Saint-Martin presents not merely ideas concerning
    • ‘original adultery’; he, too, was merely hinting
    • must not merely take account of outer human situations, as
    • on entirely different principles. To be able to see into
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • cardboard. It is merely that the shape and the figures have
    • spiritual science, you may be entirely satisfied with the
    • whole of his Michelangelo, are merely figures from a magic
    • reason for this? It is that people who are merely equipped
    • Luther was entirely rooted in the fourth post-Atlantean age
    • the spiritual world was a purely inward one based on
    • entirely in the realm of the spirit. Nothing is transformed,
    • realize that they are merely presenting maya, illusion; for
    • child — were born. The difference is merely that we
    • who lives in the physical world merely has to follow this
    • merely take what I am saying as an abstract truth but let it
    • friends or enemies today on a purely abstract basis. There is
    • merely swing up in one direction but also go down and in the
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    • and purely intellectual thinking, and thinking which is based
    • what reality really has to offer. Merely observe the present
    • about the State as an organism did seem entirely unrealistic
    • from what I have given as a symbol? You see, I have merely
    • entirely original. The strange thing is that a writer in
    • the other, I merely want to show how great the contrast is.
    • simply being ground to dust between the two, merely because West
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • is also spiritual; it is merely a different form of
    • earth's corpse. Today's bacilli are merely the prophets, let
    • I merely want
    • threshold. Events in this world are not merely general but
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • — I am merely giving an illustration — that the
    • epochmaking literary works would remain unknown? Surely we
    • of this to show that it is entirely possible today for the
    • establish an entirely naturalistic religion. If David
    • scientific view is entirely ahrimanic. We do not fight it
    • law of the universe: If you merely consider the world as it
    • look at is merely the image of a ‘corpse, of something
    • they not come into existence entirely on their own?
    • enlightened today are living with entirely unrealistic ideas.
    • purely imaginary. When people think like this, and infinitely
    • merely repeat them — they are the thoughts of angels
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • people in education and training has entirely come out of
    • us merely consider the currents which move around the Earth
    • going into more detail as time goes on; for today I merely
    • this in entirely concrete terms. Consider the way outer
    • in their childhood, this will not merely be a pleasure but
    • understanding surely ought to say to himself now: ‘The
    • inadequate.’ Surely, he must now be inclined to learn
    • sincerely devoted to anthroposophy, they do find the matter
    • was, in fact, merely a treatise on the
    • This help is not merely presented
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    • purely natural bonds, against the bonds of relationship,
    • you, we see something entirely different emerge — I
    • place of the purely physical blood bonds. For only the bonds
    • the entirely natural element of decline. Please note, the
    • up in earlier times. To understand Darwin, one merely has to
    • years this merely cast a false shadow in so far as people did
    • not merely earthly creatures but belonging to the whole
    • cosmos. Gaining knowledge of the physical world has merely
    • into the cosmos, as it were, though in entirely abstract
    • new population consisting entirely of Europeans has arrived
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • that the purely physical intellect and a culture based on
    • is only because of their fall that instead of merely
    • or another are merely the vanguard of what will happen more
    • science of the spirit is also entirely due to this. Otherwise
    • towards spirituality. This is merely to give you a
    • he had been under an illusion, for he had merely obeyed the
    • merely made use of by certain powers, but the majority of
    • merely as a question.
    • now. What matters now is not merely to understand them, but
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 14: Into the Future
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    • entirely abstract, it is necessary to characterize many of
    • members of the two hierarchies was entirely above the earthly
    • relationship is entirely unconnected with the physical world.
    • Truly, the blood is not merely something for chemists to
    • possible. If matters went entirely according to the normal
    • front. Darwinian theory is entirely based on this kind of
    • It is entirely
    • with the old slave rebellions; it is something entirely
    • class struggle. A purely critical element, purely
    • that, under the guidance of certain powers, a purely
    • sciences. History is merely a product of transition. It only
    • people must really wake up in many respects. We merely need
    • individuals but merely the system used in schools —
    • something which is merely learned, to becoming real life. It
    • whose approach to nature is entirely superficial. These would
    • merely come between the children and their understanding of
    • how he puts it. He is entirely scientific and serious in his
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • broaden this teaching on metamorphosis, entirely in a Goethean sense,
    • the gods. Man must turn his descent into an ascent. Out of the purely
    • means that we must not limit our knowledge merely to the earth, for,
    • purely earthly knowledge; for, this science mocks any effort to go
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • to think of pre-earthly existence. People entirely lost the habit of
    • into an entirely different age, if they really wish to understand
    • article of faith, accepted purely on the ground of authority. A real
    • entirely into the consequences of the Fall. If this persists,
    • investigated merely according to its spatial relationships, and the
    • events taking place in the course of time are investigated merely in
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • would, however, be a fallacy, merely an external
    • shall perceive that their activity at night and by day is entirely
    • external Nature is merely a symbol; more and more he will long to
    • here we are promoting theosophy in a form patterned entirely in accordance
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • relation to the plant world! It is entirely natural that the person
    • Nanna), and he spoke not only as one who merely fantasizes but
    • that plants are merely built up out of cells; rather, when he looked
    • suggestive power of the world views that are merely a consequence of
    • examiner will not get anywhere if he wants to look merely at this
    • And whoever merely looks at plants by themselves, remaining with the
    • natural science that proceeds purely out of the outer material likes
    • that the earth is surrounded not merely by the mineral air of the
    • earth, by the purely physical earth atmosphere, but by an aura of
    • is the earth ego. This should not be said merely symbolically! As the
    • others — draw from these results purely outer conclusions. If the
    • purely material research are — to think of the sun merely as a
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • physical world of humanity, into the purely spiritual. Thus
    • And so on ... the Christians merely put Christ in the place
    • willing to pursue them in the severely limited circle of
    • post-Atlantean epoch to keep secret? Surely very little!
    • time.” Well, if you judge so, you are merely repeating
    • specially mysterious and hidden truths on matters purely
    • disappeared almost entirely. That is why many things that
    • preserved from a purely physical knowledge of Astronomy.
    • in human nature. To-day (I am not merely referring to
    • things which are simply there because man has acquired purely
    • merely referring to the mechanical theory of the universe.
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    • and restricts himself to a science purely and simply founded
    • that Easter should be fixed in a purely pedantic and
    • no longer merely devote the intellect to the things we do. We
    • This is sincerely possible if we are prepared to enter
    • is to see in him that personality who wanted to work entirely
    • one merely takes an old Brazilian document and copies it
    • greatness things that are merely absurd and laughable. These
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    • with an atavistic clairvoyant power. Man did not merely
    • those ancient Mysteries certain tales were invented merely in
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • with a purely analytical artistic understanding, quite coldly and
    • soul-spiritual content, must rely entirely upon ourselves.
    • purely mineral in man, what he bears within him as purely mineral
    • investigator entirely stands upon the ground of strictest
    • head develops in an entirely different position from that of man.
    • have a stunted aspect, how everything is at first merely head, we
    • the spine and that in a real animal it is entirely subjected to
    • whereas the animals are entirely subjected to the force of
    • upon animal beings which are entirely different from the present
    • appear in an entirely new light, in a different way from what it
    • Let us consider only the following fact: If we entirely stand
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • cannot turn towards that which faces it merely in the form of
    • be something that stands in the midst of what is purely moral and
    • in the human being, and that part in him which is purely natural.
    • human body and, as a consequence, as the outcome of entirely
    • from a purely natural order of laws. Thus we may consider, on the
    • the germination was looked upon merely as the external expression
    • on the foundation of a purely natural and sensory world
    • experience of freedom. Man could not have lived entirely within
    • entirely different way during that intermediate period than
    • aim through purely super-sensible exercises of thinking.
    • external world. In meditation these thoughts, which merely
    • cannot follow this method, for he has an entirely different
    • three years' time, I must have acquired an entirely different
    • living in the purely super-sensible world, we have solved the
    • earth, in order to bring them something which they sorely needed
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • reports this case in order to show a purely psychical influence;
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • streaming out of their simple hearts, merely by listening to the
    • merely human character which can also be recognized with the aid
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • have to rely on the physical and etheric bodies, we may say: The
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • himself up entirely to the contemplation of the world; he could
    • abstract, not merely theoretical, but one that fills the whole
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • connected with the fact that man himself adopted an entirely
    • intellect; it was an entirely different attitude from that of
    • entirely in accordance with this central point of religious life:
    • world conception had completely set, an entirely new soul mood
    • If I wish to set forth the divine essence purely, I must purify
    • God; he rather strives to set forth man as purely as possible, in
    • imagined in a purely spiritual form. Christ, the Son of God, was
    • different spheres of life, calls for an entirely different way of
    • Anthroposophical Movement began as a purely positive activity. No
  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • Outwardly, the human being would develop in a way entirely in
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • when we lay his body in the earth, this body is not merely that which
    • which I shall now merely refer. What a man gives as his age at a
    • merely a pastoral play, there has also remained behind the Play of
    • but it may be brought forward because it expresses purely historical
    • merely equipped in a materialistic sense; but we cannot pass Him by
    • which not merely serves the past — but also the future; that
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • mentioned because it corresponds to purely historical truth. Some
    • because the Child had been born. This was taken up entirely in a
    • sincerely and honestly. But this book is based on a significant
    • is not a merely physical process. Something spiritual is also
    • Guides me surely to the eternal well
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    • confronted by a consciousness entirely different from that of the
    • added to the purely physical consciousness that is bound up with the
    • another land whose people transmitted an entirely different order of
    • of the senses, and seek the way into the spiritual worlds entirely by
    • every physical phenomenon” — but this is merely a
    • we perceive him, is not merely composed of a physical body, for this
    • universe did not merely state vaguely: Outside and
    • sense of his teaching but merely see signs and symbols. Only those
    • Ferruhars. They live in those thoughts which transcend the merely
    • of savagery. Do not look upon external things merely as Maya; you
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    • us in the mythologies are not merely phantastic concepts of Nature,
    • underlying the purely external forces of Nature. We must also realise
    • general was concerned, the old clairvoyance died out entirely. Waking
    • have been severely punished. It is said too, that in the age when
    • must not be analysed merely in the sense of allegory or symbol. It should
    • this being lived a purely spiritual existence.”
    • old Egyptian did not merely say: “Sun and Moon are images of
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • has entirely transformed itself into a caterpillar. Inner sensation is
    • also air. This moisture and air the caterpillar demands is not merely
    • egg is still entirely physical, whereas the caterpillar already lives in
    • which are entirely spiritual and live in imprisoned light. Imprisoned
    • butterfly. As the butterfly consists entirely of astral forces it can
    • You see, this is something which already sorely rankles in our social
    • studying; surely what they acquire must be the truth! Naturally, the
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    • imagine, for example, that thinking is a purely spiritual act, and that
    • speak of the whole it is only figuratively, but it is entirely true
    • not a question of knowing something in a purely abstract way, or —
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • We merely label them the ‘unconscious.’
    • self-observation is carried out purely with the ordinary forces of
    • penetrate into its world. This renunciation is entirely justified if we
    • region, and that what happens during sleep is simply that the purely
    • and live merely in a general, universal feeling of time, to feel himself
    • in this vague way merely a part of a universal sea of substance, where
    • question may well be asked: Why is man not content merely to place the
    • experience is due to the fact that the soul is no longer merely swimming
    • merely believed; it was for him a certainty; he experienced within
    • content merely to say: I feel refreshed after a sound and healthy sleep;
    • present-day ordinary consciousness. We cannot merely let ourselves be
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • barely escaped the martyr's death of Giordano Bruno and Galileo.
    • “Darwin.” They rarely add that you can find the
    • Natural Science to his aid the Anthroposophist merely wishes to
    • perfect, when it evolved into the human form, merely on the
    • only to the purely physical facts; but can this observation be
    • entirely by itself. The effects of the cold are psychic
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    • are, again, others who entirely lose the ability of imagining
    • merely as a life-process in the organism through artificial
    • man, does not merely refer back to the species
    • we work with ideas which just merely touch the surface of
    • his experiences do not remain merely as sense-perceptions but
    • former earth-lives are not merely a logical sequence, but
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    • — and here, on the physical plane, he sees merely its
    • plane — but entirely differently from the way in which
    • merely one mineral which belongs, as it were, to a mineral
    • — whereas modern science merely looks upon the fire, or
    • reached merely the stage of the mineral. They follow exactly
    • is, if he considers merely one aspect of the brain.
    • death, if they would be obliged to depend entirely upon the
    • declare that plants are merely a conglomerate of mineral
    • and vitalizing it — nevertheless it does this merely in
    • however, remain merely within his sense-organs; but while the
    • merely by the etheric body; for this reason they feel no
    • defined shape. The plant owes its form entirely to the second
    • not merely knowledge, but are filled with the noblest
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • not penetrated this field sufficiently or formed a merely
    • day, gave utterance to it, he barely escaped the fate of
    • Not merely with a cold and wondering glance,
    • come to know this — trouble — not merely feel, but learn
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    • spiritual, an entirely new spirit appeared before mankind: new
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • viewed from an entirely different standpoint from that from
    • entirely different mental atmosphere from that by which we
    • Spirit in Nature. They should not rely entirely upon the
    • physical eyes, and did not rely upon the teaching of ancient
    • entirely false method of thought.
    • entirely subjective. What is in the feather is quite
    • Goethe. It was not merely that Goethe wrote these verses with
    • merely recast the words of Giordano Bruno in a poetical form.
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    • which is called matter is merely a human conception, which
    • physiology. I can merely hint at these facts, and only
    • will merely show how, on all hands, when we try to find the
    • not merely regard history as a succession of fortuitous human
    • and soul, and are not content merely to weave theories, but
    • nothing mediaeval in its character, nor anything merely
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • these Imaginations merely as mirror-images, shadow-pictures
    • consciousness is purely excluded, and in revelations of world
    • space. Thus even the first show not merely the possibility
    • everywhere not merely errors of knowledge but Real Error
    • find the same content, if they are sincerely presented, in so
    • then easily tempted not to awaken this, but merely to evoke
    • themselves a facile audience, and merely pursue the
    • merely recall the heliocentric system of Nicholas Copernicus,
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • of thought admits that the life of the soul does not merely
    • of a purely natural-scientific psychology, observe a human
    • in the soul's depths, is not merely destined to make the man
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • post-Atlantean age. We cannot understand this age if we merely
    • absolute necessity to the 5th post-Atlantean age. Merely to
    • for the rest — he deals with the purely modern life of
    • purely external reading many a fact which theosophists in
    • angry. After all, he realised, this man is no good. (For surely
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • of physical heredity — that which is entirely contained
    • us. It is not merely my statement; it can be said out of the
    • the fault is, these things are merely criticized. For as you
    • merely national ones.)
    • spiritual scientist by merely receiving the knowledge of
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • the Christ. Surely there is no difficulty in seeing that,
    • in the sense that one merely speaks the name: ‘Christ,
    • in human evolution. They think of them purely from the point of
    • an intimate observer, who does not merely stare at the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • appearance purely physical but which — in contrast
    • place in the world surely does not give occasion for lapsing
    • multitudes who hunger for food, — in this time surely
    • as if prematurely brought forth by unlawful spirits in
    • them into yourselves, not as mere teaching, not merely as
    • discover for yourself that, with these thoughts, not merely
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • the merely human that prevails in this present age. They saw in
    • he said: The sun is not merely an external, physical body; this
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    • surely as man is at the present stage of development, so surely are
    • for example, who have developed prematurely. Just as man, if he waits
    • developed prematurely. Such prematurely developed beings are to be
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    • are largely ignored, and it rarely leads to a change of attitude to
    • in their evolution to be able to intervene in purely physical
    • individuals depends entirely upon the extent to which the three
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    • whether you construct a triangle or merely imagine it, you will know
    • this it is evident that man can arrive at knowledge purely from
    • of the Archangels. This is entirely different from the epistemology
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    • position to bestow upon man prematurely that which he ought to
    • He would have experienced up to this time purely spiritual conditions
    • decline are subject to entirely different Beings who in one way or
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    • occult realm prematurely or in the wrong way has had to pay dearly
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    • always investigated and originally man took his direction entirely
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    • One is merely comparing externals. The apparel and the
    • merely comparing externals and the parallel has only superficial
    • the comparative study of religion with its purely external approach
    • This draught embodied not merely a generalized form of wisdom, but
    • however, come from an entirely different realm from those we find
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    • phenomenal world was merely Maya or illusion. Now I pointed out in
    • clairvoyantly. Thus we must conceive of this antithesis in a purely
    • external world was a purely instinctive one. The decisive factor in
    • independence, he sensed not merely the possibility of evil, but, in
    • from an entirely different cause.
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    • it was entirely appropriate that through their Initiates, the Druid
    • which are built up purely on the ‘I’. The relation of
    • the carpenter, for example.” What is concrete to the purely
    • abstract theorist was therefore abstract to Hegel. What to the purely
    • and from an entirely different angle. It seems very likely,
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    • a purely materialistic conception of the manifestation of Christ. It
    • the future. We endeavour to ascertain what is to come. We do not rely
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    • have not been given merely as a sort of embellishment of our
    • has to happen in human evolution when we entirely suppress our own
    • connected with it if we were merely to immerse ourselves in ancient
    • middle course between purely historical occultism, which can be read
    • beautiful harmony between their spiritual thinking and their purely
    • that what is merely hinted at must have a place as well as the more
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    • entirely the usual way of looking at things today, our own habits and
    • parliaments. This is of course, not a criticism, it is merely a
    • of the world. We do not come to know the world merely by looking at it.
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    • calculated according to purely external mathematical-mechanical
    • occurred only rarely, the other kind was habitual, but for him
    • which are classed as miracles by the purely materialistic mind, and
    • other than purely chemical, physiological, biological laws, is proof
    • doldrums, the modern man sees merely ‘nature’, and
    • present-day meteorology is a purely physical science. For the Greeks
    • there was as yet no such thing as a purely physical science
    • lasting attitude of mind, everything which is not merely
    • not merely a sentiment, an attitude of mind, but which passes over
    • surrendering myself entirely to my permanent habits, to my sympathies
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    • entirely on his own resources, or in which so much depended upon his
    • abstract, entirely unspiritual. We have the urge to rise to
    • as do our modern astronomers, describing Venus as a purely physical
    • passes over entirely into the spiritual world, and as spirit goes
    • incarnated in physical bodies upon whom they rely just because they
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    • entirely to the principle of the Elohim, is completely given up to
    • was entirely a matter of feeling. This old clairvoyant consciousness
    • bodily form and looked upon the latter merely as a possession of the
    • his body which manifest merely the lower egotistic impulses, through
    • reproductive instinct, which as such belongs entirely to the category
    • this younger Dionysos? Surely if he is the macrocosmic counterpart of
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    • possible to think and feel in an entirely different manner from the
    • study him physically, with purely physical instruments, if we do not
    • entirely to the physical world. It would be idle nonsense to say that
    • who had developed purely under the influence of the forces of
    • man, purely under the influence of astral, etheric and physical
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    • severely shaken.
    • put it today, and it can surely be understood, at all events by an.
    • ourselves to this purely theoretical exposition, if we enter into it,
    • mystery, by not using merely the abstract phrase geboren
    • now say that he must renounce normal external knowledge. Surely that
    • of it as an instrument for judgment in an entirely different
    • situation, from an entirely different viewpoint. Without
    • can estimate what an entirely different world it was which the
    • him it was then possible to perceive things which were not merely
    • outside, where he was recognised merely as Dionysos, he made his
    • recognise him as a spirit-form governed entirely by what was most
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    • Faust merely shows that, having arrived at a certain scepticism, a
    • concern of our own, we are not doing anything merely in the interests
    • he were entirely dependent upon his physical brain man would only be
    • capable not only of grasping his thought purely as thought, but that
    • are merely the representations — the real ideas
    • merely the thoughts of the others? Because of certain characteristics
    • unreality, the merely notional transience, the elusiveness, of our
    • time was ripe for Him to show Himself not merely in reflection, but
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    • physical forces, a purely etheric form. A physically solid man such
    • phantom-like in comparison with the later man, it barely hinted at
    • merely hinting at what came later. Into this Phantom
    • detached Himself from the Sun in a body of air and not merely in an
    • ‘The sun as a globe of vapour outside in space is not merely
    • what our astro-chemistry makes of it, not merely what our
    • how our conscious knowledge merely skims the surface of the three
    • the strength to impart content to what is at first merely image. We
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    • childish, regarding it as derived purely from fantasy and as having
    • the purely materialistic interpretation, the soul through the
    • independent, to stand entirely alone with his own ego. He has had to
    • path into a much more vital reality than the purely abstract laws of
    • last standing before the cosmic void with his ideas entirely
    • with purely theoretical. We have to say to ourselves: ‘However
    • Substance we do not take out with us into the cosmos merely our own
    • scholarship is barely able to touch the fringe of the subject, for
    • merely the outer manifestation of spirit, as the phantom, the
    • level, we can rely on this and dispense with the second play
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    • evolution of mankind. It does not merely seek to portray the consecutive
    • it should not be taken merely as a symbolical mode of expression, but
    • From infinite depths of the human soul, Raphael created something entirely
    • Raphael must surely have allowed this to affect him; and then what seemed
    • of Italy? Why was it that something entirely different made its appearance?
    • Jesus”; we live entirely in the moment here portrayed. We are
    • inwardness were not living within it. Surely it is almost natural to
    • symbolism, — though the portrayal is not merely
    • connection with other epochs. Surely this makes us feel that works like
    • those of Raphael are not merely a “natural product”; they do
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    • no longer admit, for philologists have already entirely forgotten the
    • is entirely realistic. Herr von Osten then called in animal experts. These
    • Consequently I have the courage merely to draw up a kind of hypothesis,
    • the horse, but merely touches upon something mathematical. In doing
    • life the animal is merely concerned with sweets which it receives, and
    • these processes take place entirely in its subconscious regions. In
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    • Spiritual Science or Anthroposophy, one is led not merely to the abstract
    • which thinks in me, feels in me. Man felt as if entirely subjected physically
    • world not merely by means of the external senses, but by means of something
    • all derivation of man from merely external forms, material conditions,
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    • to heart anthroposophical ideas — entirely different from
    • conventional way of reacting to the outer world merely by putting on
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    • Hitherto, in homoeopathy, this has been merely a matter of belief;
    • this is not so: the air is not made up merely of oxygen and nitrogen,
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    • these lectures, by considering the purely material side. We will look
    • surely by now the Ahrimanic beings must have become clever enough to
    • suppose that the bread he eats is merely corn, ground and baked. In
    • They are of a purely astral nature. Through everything that
    • think and feel depend entirely on the food he digests. This Ahrimanic
    • atom of carbon and two of oxygen, is merely an abstraction, an
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    • — a purely material way.
    • being only if we place him in the world not merely as a being of
    • early times but entirely lost to-day. Anyone who can read
    • suppose that man is entirely bound up with the working of the forces
    • entirely valid for the cosmos; but a man does not inwardly experience
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    • merely the surface of spiritual life will understand something
    • Science, that there is an entirely consistent path from Haeckel
    • underlying reality, not merely the concepts and ideas
    • entirely unprejudiced eyes. Anyone who understands the
    • — an event that is entirely consistent with what I
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    • scientific views by which the present age is entirely
    • matter but merely draw attention to the fact that a vision, at
    • different from when, during the night, the sun is merely not
    • earth's evolution, a purely natural event, one that has also
    • interposed itself, a picture which, mingling with the purely
    • merely saw themselves in the presence of this spiritual
    • on this occasion shall be taken merely as a kind of stimulus,
    • such education. I grew up in an entirely free-thinking
    • environment. My own education was of a purely scientific
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    • entirely oblivious of the phenomenal, almost incredible
    • mischievous adherents merely for the purpose of hearing what
    • entirely super-earthly power. Cures were performed such as no
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    • became more and more silent, merely listening to what others
    • this Gospel, merely for the purpose of explaining the nature of
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    • entirely aloof from mundane affairs; he had been keenly
    • went forth from Him. If in former days they had merely felt
    • Christ Being — not as if He were merely present there in
    • faced fairly and squarely.
    • Pages and pages follow one another merely
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    • can flow entirely into that stream which flows up to them from the
    • of the last echoes of the old religions, builds entirely upon the
    • death, and for his next life the brain is built up entirely anew, not
    • entirely through our body. But if we take our desire in hand, if we
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    • achievements of scientific research. And it would be merely a
    • into with the world. It has become a purely formal aid for
    • merely dormant in ordinary consciousness, the yogi
    • determined by human volition, is entirely conscious. But
    • Today's way of knowledge must be entirely different. We have
    • consists of purely psychic processes. In this way, we
    • transition that can be made from abstract and merely logical
    • philosopher Oken. I myself agree entirely with those who raise
    • the soul. Both the modern ways, therefore, place man entirely
    • that we must advance to an entirely different type of
    • perceive merely externals, unless we look through all this to
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    • though he may not perhaps agree entirely with this or that
    • appears to be discovered in this way about purely psychic
    • consciousness, entirely adequate as this is for science and for
    • something which, if I may say so, is found only rarely in
    • carried out not by the body, but in the purely spiritual
    • but it is a semblance component; it merely tells us something
    • psychic activity is entirely absorbed into it. For the duration
    • speculation and actually beheld. We learn to look at the purely
    • the cosmos bright and full of sound; in the purely spiritual
    • from the merely tactile one of the blind man.
    • that, albeit entirely unconsciously, the longing for such a
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    • When we look at the purely chemical compounds in the
    • In our education, we live almost entirely by absorbing these
    • feel entirely at home in it, indeed that the artistic tradition
    • entirely characteristic of the longing that instinctively
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    • there. We cannot merely take over its concepts and ideas. In
    • incentive not merely to accept them, but to apply them to the
    • the times when we lived as spiritual beings in purely spiritual
    • physical organs. We are entirely in agreement with what exact
    • remain merely “ideology.” And as we shall see in
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    • carefully where the limits of purely natural knowledge are
    • become entirely valueless on that account. For the truth in
    • the spiritual and the material, we have a purely material view
    • of the world's history: we form concepts of a purely physical
    • process, with a beginning conceived in purely physical terms,
    • purely material. From this emerges a kind of bubble. There
    • of our spiritual activity if we regard the world in a purely
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    • actually no party that is entirely mistaken in what it asserts.
    • our time. For just as merely intellectualized life separates us
    • way. It would be an entirely false conception of the principle
    • merely concepts.
    • operate in the spiritual sphere as purely natural inspiration
    • of modern times, must pay for in the sense that our purely
    • different: experience of the spiritual, not merely excogitation
    • of the ideal. What we need is spirit, not in concepts merely,
    • this point, we may say: today, we need not merely a formulation
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    • when there was as yet no sense of purely external natural law
    • consequence, spiritual vision arrives, not at the purely
    • this way is achieved entirely without manipulating the
    • an entirely uncivilized state. In moving over to Europe, what
    • merely the successor of the Oriental national leaders, for,
    • judge magnificently symbolizes the transition from a purely
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    • observation sprang entirely from the spirit of the nineteenth
    • is still directed entirely to the community, which is seen as
    • science, however, had not merely to accept something that
    • on social life outside. As I say, this is not merely a
    • experience, implies its subordination to a merely utilitarian
    • with its purely artistic aspect, something that brought man
    • doing the work. The masses merely formed an appendage to the
    • merely a result of the division of labour. What the traditional
    • encounter many people in this purely intellectual age who find
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    • by not merely showing how a
    • regards all spiritual phenomena as merely the effect of
    • physical structure is merely the outward expression or
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    • influence human life as a whole must surely hearken to it
    • entirely to have any fixed notions of the price and value of an
    • it is merely a division. He points out that the three sections
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    • that a man appeared, who was in the position not merely to follow along
    • to receive reflection of what his blood does, not merely to follow his
    • This is also cosmic, but it is nothing new, it is merely something which
    • and naturally, entirely different connections make their appearance.
    • this life of desire becomes so strong during sleep, that man not merely
    • the Gods still helped man by such experiences, they were entirely regular
    • state, they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • clairvoyance or perhaps they do not, attain to it, but merely to the
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    • appeared who was in a position not merely to follow along the path
    • receive reflection of what his blood does; not merely to follow his
    • is merely something which has completed its task in that it has
    • naturally, entirely different connections make their appearance. I
    • desire becomes so strong during sleep that man not merely develops
    • helped man with such experiences, they were entirely regular and
    • they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • or perhaps they do not attain to it, but merely to the feelings
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    • apparently experiences securely in his inner being is not made
    • than Descartes later, (who, after all, only merely repeated St.
    • life in which was revealed, not merely as an abstract life, but
    • talking of Mystery-knowledge and not merely giving forth
    • and entirely with that of the Roman Catholic Church. Only the
    • who, in a purely natural materialistic ordering, seek a firm
    • most easily a believer not merely of Christian but of any
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    • questions of the time, where one wants to linger in leisurely
    • merely so we can gaze at the starry vastness at leisure, but
    • merely to theories. And if he has nothing that chimes with the
    • Merely gazing at life doesn't do it. Nor can someone who judges
    • judge who merely looks at things, for nothing is done by that
    • distinction, then the matter is already entirely false. And
    • in later times. If it had merely gone on like that, however,
    • importance to him. It is merely illusory when Christianity
    • dependent merely on nature? No! We notice what we are dependent
    • from assumptions entirely different from those that arise out
    • theories can look at life entirely differently. He doesn't need
    • worker stood in an entirely different relation to his master.
    • slavery. Today's commodity involves something entirely
    • study them. Goethe once said: “Revolutions are entirely
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    • creative thing, not merely on a foundation of modern spiritual
    • connected with the name of Louis XIV, the apparent severely
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    • adheres to facts without stopping merely at the surface of things
    • Schopenhauer finds in this something entirely worthless,
    • merely a playing with abstract words. If we wish to know Hegel's
    • to-day is considered to be a research relying on external
    • importance of relying on Goetheanistic world-conception. You can
    • something which not merely lives in the human spirit, but at the
    • knowledge — we merely describe them
    • instincts, and follows only a purely conceptual and logical
    • exoterically, and purely historically.
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    • the two are entirely dissimilar.
    • this comparative superficial review, we may say: man is not merely an
    • think they must put forward the purely scientific point of view
    • desire it or not, is entirely the same to the thing. As true as it is
    • ourselves only to intellectualism, we must regard man not merely in
    • grounds would you then establish the purely objective observation of
    • advanced that when men rely upon it, they quarrel least, and agree
    • are not yet so far as to be able to give themselves up purely to what
    • here is not merely aesthetic beauty, but a quality of man brought to
    • produce light and wisdom out of the purely abstract concepts. Then he
    • goes from experience to experience. When man not merely theorizes,
    • not merely lives in the conceptions, but applies them to life and
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    • barely one year longer — in that he should have
    • Faust has been so little understood. People merely saw symbols and
    • after ideas! Away from the merely perceptive sense observation!
    • merely saw what appeared outwardly in these books it was the
    • and thus read by minds understanding nothing of it and who merely
    • manner, was understood merely according to the words appearing in
    • world would never have appeared to him in its merely material
    • that appealed merely to the understanding is represented in a
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    • But everything that rests on study or might lead to a merely
    • come over anyone who really knows these things and does not merely
    • body. When he brings back the merely imaginative image from the
    • being absorbed entirely by the spiritual world, so, once more, what
    • from the body in death depends entirely on the state of development
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    • merely conscious as we are of thoughts lying around, so to
    • mountainous configuration of the Earth. He did not then merely
    • merely makes a note of some event in his head. As I have
    • had merely experienced, but only of what he experienced in
    • abstractness of thought take entirely as a matter of course;
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    • will. He is entirely given up to the Divine-spiritual world.
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    • the enlightenment he had received was almost entirely
    • the following effect. The pupil no longer merely looked out
    • connected, not merely with that which lies spread out
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    • no violent or overwhelming impression upon him. They merely
    • when Alexander was taught by Aristotle, we cannot merely
    • intended merely as an introduction. For what is the aim
    • Alexander. It was a teaching that belonged entirely to inner
    • like Alexander not merely could, but did actually speak in such
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    • purely earthly one.
    • the Divine-Spiritual and to set him down in the purely earthly.
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    • across the years to human beings who still knew that as surely
    • surely is he in constant union through his soul with the
    • our own time, lives his life on Earth entirely outside the
    • on oral tradition. Later it comes to rely rather on external
    • the spirit, is no longer perceived by man, it is merely handed
    • Aristotle. His logic works; it is not a logic that one merely
    • matter merely, but an alchemy that demonstrates the inner
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • entirely bereft of true insight into the connections of the
    • perceive things, he does not merely see with the eye, but
    • animal comes to birth from it, arising, that is, purely through
    • down entirely, so that it may submit itself to the forces of
    • Suppose for instance that the animal is not merely incapable of
    • is not merely to take cognisance of the presence of carbon,
    • being. Otherwise all pharmacology remains merely a matter of
    • the present time my purpose is merely to set forth these things
    • The egg itself is now made entirely of mineral within you. It
    • ceases to be albumen in any sense, becomes entirely mineral in
    • that you have within you. The moment you are merely, so to say,
    • the fact that he has not merely let himself be stimulated to
    • not merely in the solid mineral, but also in the liquid and
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • almost entirely gone. For whoever would find the way, for
    • Earth purely and solely on account of the element of warmth
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    • ideation would vanish from the Earth. A diseased, purely
    • place where sufficient strength is generated not merely to
    • said at this Christmas Meeting is sincerely applied in the life
    • beneficial. The work there will be orientated entirely towards
    • have misused the ideas which are coined for purely earthly
    • Goetheanum will again be there, it will be merely the symbol of
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    • in Goethe, not merely with a logic of thinking, but who takes
    • not merely to receive Anthroposophy into his mind, but
    • doing so it must, of course, vindicate an entirely
    • us imagine for a moment, merely to develop the thought that is
    • entirely different the experience is when looking outward
    • the present admit, as a result of purely philosophic
    • we first submitted ourselves, but are entirely different. And
    • Therefore this obliteration means something entirely
    • concept is an entirely real one, when we come to what I have
    • spiritual but also by moral impulses, While one merely
    • when we proceed in a purely mathematical way, and develop a
    • rely upon sound human nature. To build up Anthroposophy one
    • or something of the sort. But Anthroposophy does not work merely
    • theoretically, merely as scientific knowledge; it passes over into
    • mere intellect, merely in concepts. At a certain point abstract
    • building has to be based on an entirely different conception of
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    • merely cause and effect, effect and cause are incorporated, so that
    • — if man could but fully see himself, and not merely feel
    • You need merely study Egyptian history, even without clairvoyance
    • Nature, on that which is merely produced by a sequence of births,
    • advocate in Auguste Comte, limits itself merely to an external
    • occultists of his own Country say: Bentham put forward this purely
    • “Bentham's sentence is purely of the devil, because in that
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    • must accustom ourselves to have not merely a positive feeling
    • We enter into this connection concretely, not by merely
    • the macrocosm is merely an abstraction, Nor should we think
    • conceptions that will lead them from what is merely the
    • content of thought into living reality, Think what entirely
    • birth and death has its starting point in the merely
    • merely call upon man's faculty for forming concepts and
    • a clinging to what is merely perceived by the senses.
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    • belongs to the head, we must, even if we are merely speaking
    • note this word — for all mankind, not merely for one
    • merely to do with the physical-chemical process, carried out
    • Sun-being might enter into them: — You say: Surely no
    • thoughts, ideas, and concepts, for they are not purely
    • spiritual beings, beings who merely express the nature of
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    • world; on the other hand, he may degenerate not merely in
    • that goodness cannot merely be striven for as goodness
    • that we do not merely receive anthroposophical wisdom, but a
    • when a person says it is merely incorrect what he has said in
    • will learn that it is his duty to express not merely what he
    • when it is passionately manifested; when it appears merely as
    • merely as such, even one's own life one ought to value less
    • him. The man who merely enjoys himself, who uses all his
    • forces merely to give himself pleasure, cuts himself off from
    • merely preaching universal love. It will be understood that
    • ideal not merely instinctively, but which has a conscious
    • securely along the true middle course. If we had time it
    • before us not merely an abstract ideal of universal
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    • He was unwilling merely “to trade in words,” as he had seen this done
    • might say that Herder bore within him an entirely new world
    • event in an entirely different role; he is drawn into that,
    • persons who are, in greater or lesser degree, merely the
    • exponents of their files. Goethe, however, was not merely the
    • as the loftiest expression of the purely human.
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    • would have become entirely different human beings if only small
    • It was not merely Goethe's subjective needs that demanded the
    • this, as we shall see, would not be entirely accurate in a spiritual
    • expressed merely in the physical. It maintained the urge and
    • So long as we merely consider the external biographical facts
    • external or merely physical events has not yet attained the
    • Is merely their own spirit after all. ...
    • entirely different mood in spite of the fact that his nature
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    • ascend to his senses and brain system. You will surely say,
    • Then an entirely different relationship comes about during the
    • individual enters into an entirely different relationship with
    • intimate relationship with the outer world, but we merely fail
    • wisdom merely in our heads; wisdom surrounds us everywhere like
    • sense of sight, merely through scent or hearing, as the one
    • reason; we do not move merely through illumined space but also
    • through unconsciously, they would then have an entirely
    • and purely spiritual influences. He became aware of what lives
    • entirely too many poets. Where is there anyone today who does
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    • profession will take on an entirely different meaning. Today we
    • through such a one-sided evolution, proceeding purely in the
    • can already point today, not merely abstractly but quite
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    • present age were not entirely under the influence of the most
    • head and nervous system. But one who merely analyzes the slime
    • transforms what had resulted from the purely vocational karma
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    • occult science is directed toward an entirely different
    • Much else that is severely criticized had to be so. In short,
    • kind. But for Vischer it was entirely right and had to be so.
    • surely slashing in many respects. What is the cause of
    • entirely clear. We arrive at an unprejudiced grasp of the world
    • necessarily to it. Merely to condemn the mechanical element has
    • writer, and second, because, as an entirely modern human being,
    • it to be merely a fable. Now, I will present the material for
    • is an entirely modern story and shows even through other descriptions
    • The sort of concepts that dominate today are entirely too
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    • merely to communicate pleasant sounding theories. Rather, we
    • characteristics. It is entirely different in animals because
    • can face the world in counsel and deed in an entirely different
    • consist merely in learning how to direct children to the right
    • bringing about the very conditions they severely criticized.
    • karma. What is needed is not merely to condemn these things,
    • endeavor to do on such occasions, that I am not merely setting
    • They consider it to be entirely proper that they should not
    • have an entirely different purpose, but I wish to make clear to
    • — probably never entirely explained, as I recently suggested.
    • then have taken an entirely different course. But certain
    • only what is purely human, and I think it is also possible to
    • — were entirely right when they called the teaching of
    • which it would be entirely agreeable if a Chinese should advise
    • are concealed behind them. It is entirely wrong not to become
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    • real meaning only if we do not take them in a merely
    • merely about everyday matters but also about the most important
    • himself through his accomplishments, he no longer felt entirely
    • things were not entirely as he wished them. So he applied to
    • devote himself entirely to his studies. For a time things went
    • is entirely in keeping with that made by some travelers who
    • thievish. They were entirely too much at home in these
    • succeeding time I lived entirely without scruple. And just
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    • into bits and pieces. All that survives is merely the
    • men had an entirely different significance for the rest of
    • words that one person spoke to another had an entirely
    • It is entirely
    • and will fail entirely to see the dot. But one who observes
    • more closely, who does not merely stare at the phenomena but
    • more of demon magic because this operates with entirely
    • different forces having an entirely different significance for
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    • merely in a dream, but in a dream-like image that signified
    • human form elevated to a lofty level, but something entirely
    • beings in an entirely different way from that of the gods of
    • the ancient religions — in an entirely different way. “Where
    • As I have said, this concept must be transferred entirely into our
    • that we shall carry our search, not merely to the archai, but
    • on earth. Man would have spiritualized himself in an entirely
    • maligning the Jahve God, representing him merely as the god of
    • Golgotha. Then it no longer sufficed merely to place in the
    • belonging to an entirely different nation takes possession of
    • demons through them. Well, it is entirely superfluous to argue
    • not merely a single deed; it is a continuing deed. So long as
    • mediation is possible at all. Some entirely different results
    • pursue purely occult endeavors, but they chart a course that
    • merely serve a specific human purpose; rather, he must serve
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    • because the Mystery of Golgotha did not descend purely into
    • entirely mechanistic and physical, wants to be deaf in face
    • science will surely give us. The time is too grave for
    • merely a picture, an image, having no meaning in itself, in
    • an image has entirely consumed that something, of which it is
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    • away from the purely diagrammatic away too, from what nature
    • is a system founded entirely on words. This is because as yet
    • purely mechanical world. It is the bit of the world cut out
    • important that we do not merely pursue half-asleep what
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    • questions; and surely anyone can feel that infinitely much in
    • extremities man points to the future. This is entirely a
    • flowing of hierarchies, the purely material in the continuous
    • entirely lacking in the Roman. For this reason he formed for
    • himself was entirely lost sight of among all these abstract
    • with concrete concepts, who with merely those that are
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    • purely theoretic. The reason of this is simply, that the
    • crisis, that is, was created by a purely financial
    • this is all a product merely of ‘the study
    • earlier, purely economic conditions controlling
    • nevertheless, proceed absolutely and entirely from the will
    • I merely wish to point out, that Spirital Science, from the first,
    • meant by it always is something purely abstract, which figures as
    • say, that when one merely reckons with returns, one
    • is merely bent upon getting returns, it is a matter
    • merely from the point of view of how much
    • forms of production, not merely unnecessary, like
    • point out, ... and here of course it is a question merely of
    • taken in their exact sense, and not as being merely
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    • life, and does not merely go crying the old stock-in-trade
    • they all reside entirely in the human will. They reside in
    • themselves actively into the thing, — not merely of
    • entirely new in the place of all these old things, but
    • something, which is not merely a bank, but makes a centre of
    • road-sweeper, and so forth, — but, if he merely doesn't look
    • important matter for us to-day, merely to demonstrate to
    • urgent matter is not, to-day, that we should merely not look
    • reconstruction of the forms of life, — not merely to twisting
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    • to grips with them purely on the basis of thinking,
    • scientifically and philosophically. Entirely on this basis of
    • my starting point, and purely on the basis of observation
    • that time I did this in such a way as to remain within purely
    • continues in a straight line as it does in our purely animal,
    • on the other hand we have to progress toward purely intuitive
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    • got beyond the merely factual kind of historical observation
    • different inner motives. In place of the merely comradely sort
    • merely individual, are no longer uppermost. The individual then
    • than an entirely objective study of Wilson's approach that
    • the purely literal content, is sometimes quite remote from the
    • which one is merely possessed, where one is more or less an
    • found in their own people than can be discovered today purely
    • and proceeding purely intellectually. It is in this age that we
    • purely spiritual viewpoint and of acquiring insight into the
    • its findings as merely fantastic. We reach back into an ancient
    • has been through a purely spiritual life, and that within this
    • today, laws that penetrate deeper than the purely intellectual,
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    • super-sensible worlds can only rely on the thinking at the
    • convince us more than any purely materialistic theorizing that
    • ourselves inwardly in meditation entirely to a certain thought,
    • in purely inward processes of the soul, and this is even more
    • themselves vanish and he lives entirely within his
    • bound to make it appear purely pictorial, as if only a symbol
    • not at first fit to live in purely spiritual surroundings, is
    • A fully developed spirit-man, now existing entirely outside the
    • in the world and what is merely thought out or simply
    • But we can develop these very same faculties by a purely inner
    • our knowledge does not remain purely passive (though in this
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    • supersensory. Such thinking, relying upon itself alone,
    • thought, which rely upon themselves alone. Here it sees one
    • constitution; it may arise in the soul years later, entirely
    • is quite new to one — like an entirely new sense
    • something which is entirely new.
    • entirely different. These have the aim of making possible the
    • in a life picture, as I have described. One must be entirely
    • can be said: Man is really entirely awake only insofar as his
    • is a transition which is entirely comparable with falling
    • cannot serve for vision, and an eye which is entirely healthy
    • our organism in a sense entirely transparent for the soul, we
    • cannot be investigated by thought relying on its own resources
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    • manages to evolve beyond purely physical considerations
    • says Goethe, produces an experience purely according to
    • simply have this peaceful expectancy, this purely selfless
    • our experience and laying hold of an unknown sphere of merely
    • purely logical and scientific thinking.
    • to be a purely causal evolution of the world and to place man
    • various ways to other spheres? We surely do not believe that
    • toward what can be expected of a purely naturalistic view of
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    • built up upon a physiological basis merely, whereas when a
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    • speaks of the connections of nature, it is, as a rule, merely
    • uniform thing. When I naw speak of knowledge, I mean not merely
    • human beings, than by not permeating merely the earth
    • merely remind ourselves of a certain phenomenon, in order to
    • seek to solve it humanistically, in a purely human
    • standpoint, and an the other he rejects the merely ethical
    • also rejected the purely intellectual principle of authority,
    • is merely creating a thing of phantasy. Science is strictly
    • “purpose” entirely excluded in Goethe, because he
    • towards the end of the 19th century. And then the merely
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    • of the Cosmos is finally, merely the expression of certain
    • perception, is merely the external sensible expression of a
    • other hand, being entirely devoted to the life on Earth, is a
    • voluptuaries entirely absorbed in their own
    • and it will be dominated entirely by these various sciences,
    • crippled on the one side and reduced to a merely abstract
    • entirely forgotten by civilisation today. People certainly do
    • not merely see Stone in the stony, and Earth in the earthy,
    • Spiritual beings; in the Stars they did not see merely what
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    • people it is something entirely incomprehensible.
    • all this mean? Today I shall consider the matter entirely
    • soul, whereas they are acting merely under the influence of
    • never exists purely as matter, Wherever there is concrete
    • mineral — below him, he is stating merely a half-truth
    • is a desire merely to develop the physical body nothing comes
    • account must be taken not merely of what comes from physical
    • can see for this is that they have so entirely given up
    • tap a new source in themselves, an entirely new source.
    • plausible merely in theory but to interpret what the signs of
    • true feeling for them. In saying this today I am merely
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    • men must not have a feeling merely for theories about the
    • and that he entirely agreed with the idea of the
    • they divided man up, into body and soul this was purely
    • present merely as matter. Concrete matter and concrete spirit
    • has been gradually ceasing. The purely corporeal evolution of
    • merely to his bodily nature and by developing this in the
    • evolution has ceased and nothing will come by merely
    • course in a purely external way in answering their attacks
    • knowledge in themselves, a source that is entirely new. Of
    • should not speak now merely of a “successive
    • not merely because I had any idea that it might somehow prove
    • from out of the soul. To-day it is not merely a question of
    • spreading [of] the Truth among men — not merely in an
    • sorely needs, whose motto is “Truly to advocate
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    • are merely mathematical and nothing else. The concepts which
    • world that is merely mathematical and mechanical. Just as the
    • consciousness which merely embraces the Earth. Of course a
    • something entirely different from what is often said in
    • of much more qualitative a nature than the merely
    • experience, and not merely the abstract experiences which are
    • when we really see it and do not merely imagine it in an
    • purely mathematical and mechanical Copernican world
    • I have often said that this purely mathematical-mechanical
    • is right to a certain degree, but not entirely right. I have
    • Science. There is no need to take it merely an
    • himself not merely a citizen of the Earth but of the
    • things will be observed which today pass by entirely
    • a point of view. It is not enough merely to bring forward
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    • difference between merely abstract concepts and that which
    • can they lead to the heart of reality. It is merely a
    • dead body merely takes the inner and transfers it to the
    • being are merely emanations from the organs — emanations which
    • merely the representative phenomenon, we can say: The human
    • surely be obvious to you from what has been said that neither
    • succeed in finding their way from merely abstract concepts
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    • is, of what belongs purely to the world of the senses. The
    • by the merely illustrative element, of copying the physical
    • embodiment of what is purely spiritual. Interpreting a
    • justification for existence. For in face of a purely
    • out with how, for example, the petals in a plant are merely
    • extent merely rests on the remaining skeleton, and secondly
    • anything thought out, anything purely superphysical and
    • soul of Raphael had become entirely
    • entirely in sympathy with what artists are longing for
    • need either to make merely a faithful copy of the physical or
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    • purely through activity of the soul, independently of the
    • composed merely of remembrances surging up from the
    • must unfold entirely towards within — which is not the
    • a geometrician, in order to illustrate some purely mental
    • merely an instrument of understanding between human beings.
    • himself, not merely to what he says. It must be remembered
    • physiology and biology are still almost entirely ignorant of
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    • 1924, does not mention the spiritual hierarchies, and is entirely in
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    • ourselves are still living in an age when it is not as yet left entirely
    • is an entirely secondary consideration so far as the real nature of
    • the grain is concerned. Those who look at everything merely from the
    • friends, we must surely realise how essential it is that a definite
    • domain of Spiritual Science. It is not a question merely of learning
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    • world; on the other hand, he may degenerate not merely in
    • that goodness cannot merely be striven for as goodness
    • that we do not merely receive anthroposophical wisdom, but a
    • when a person says it is merely incorrect what he has said in
    • will learn that it is his duty to express not merely what he
    • when it is passionately manifested; when it appears merely as
    • merely as such, even one's own life one ought to value less
    • him. The man who merely enjoys himself, who uses all his
    • forces merely to give himself pleasure, cuts himself off from
    • merely preaching universal love. It will be understood that
    • ideal not merely instinctively, but which has a conscious
    • securely along the true middle course. If we had time it
    • before us not merely an abstract ideal of universal
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    • Golgotha is not merely an inner-human or inner-earthly affair,
    • what He explained to them. I can express it merely in weak,
    • “all-divine,” etc. You need merely to place
    • man, a donkey, which is an animal living entirely in the
    • new knowledge, acquired in a purely spiritual way. When
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    • have merely advanced more rapidly. Besides these leading
    • something entirely different from other human beings.
    • sum of entirely external occurrences; and therefore far too
    • Christianity was spread was entirely different from that of
    • time also something entirely different came into existence in
    • or 12th century and the 15th. Here there was an entirely
    • people who were entirely dependent upon the physical plane;
    • natural science. Modern natural science is entirely unthinkable
    • something entirely different. Realities are what matter!
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    • into the supersensory is possible; whether an entirely
    • entirely different state of consciousness. What happens because
    • a question, as an entirely hypothetical question. The same
    • merely engage in philosophical speculations about it. That is
    • I want to remain entirely within the popular consciousness. Let
    • consideration, and it is entirely correct that he surrenders to
    • manner you are finally led to remember. You live in an entirely
    • is merely recollected.
    • accepted, purely spiritual-soul beings. The existence of the
    • as entirely foreign. We have not desired to see this ego as it
    • earth life as it was before this purely spiritual-soul life.
    • have developed an entirely selfless higher love as a power of
    • be able to really comprehend ourselves as entirely free of the
    • but are entirely within the popular consciousness. Thus to a
    • but is meant rather to be entirely objective.
    • given to me from the spiritual world, not merely to think it
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    • always been to provide spiritual rather than merely
    • people whose interests are purely materialistic, that is
    • reports on purely physical research, he threw in remarks to
    • religious faith do not themselves have to rely on such an
    • have to rely on riches inherited from the past, but on those
    • individual no longer has to rely on others in order to
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    • entirely justified to refer to blood as a stream of life and
    • matter into living fluids, thus raising what is merely
    • merely a mirror for the primordial cosmic laws; the mirror
    • ourselves; for then what we thus build up is no longer merely
    • intellectual life is entirely the outcome of the mingling of
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    • not something merely thought out; it is a reality and can be
    • whereas consciousness is purely an inward one. A substance
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    • memory is developed. This is best done in purely mechanical
    • harmony and consonance; we often find words inserted purely
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    • beings; anything else will be brought up merely for the sake
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    • is entirely new. Up to then his life is a repetition of
    • development, and must have become not merely learned, but
    • merely allegory. If the teacher fully participates in the
    • should not merely be shown and described, the child should
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    • first the purely physical, what is built according to purely
    • Purely
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    • to be effective in life, not for the merely curious.
    • have a natural ability to turn the merely known into vivid
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    • grotesque, often merely comic, but also often fraudulent, and
    • made between what is merely depicted and reality, then one is
    • from merely indulging in phrases like: “Being in
    • being's overcoming the lower self in which he merely broods,
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    • strove, his whole life long, more honestly and sincerely to
    • honestly and sincerely pursues the path to higher knowledge.
    • namely, that purely spiritually one soul can influence
    • impossibility of conveying, merely through words, the whole
    • which rises above the merely personal, led him to myths.
    • Mythical figures were not merely human, they were superhuman:
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    • evolving, rather than merely having faith that it will
    • of life, barely visible even through the microscope, and the
    • who has barely begun to develop his slumbering forces. An
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    • who could accept these seeds of the future, surely there were some
    • no echo. This was the second time. It concerns purely spiritual
    • provides the required sanction. Within this working group a purely
    • what must happen within this endowment is that according to purely
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    • body and prematurely age his organism.
    • ancient times, man had to rely on being able to experience at
    • express this by saying that out of the former purely spiritual
    • purely contemplative spirit of the East. We may therefore say
    • and that his thoughts were merely a kind of reflexion of these
    • future a purely spiritual contemplation will once more arise.
    • though these ghosts are not merely fragments of :he
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    • But as surely as this power of egoism is the source of treason,
    • so surely will this lower soul-force be raised to a higher
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    • pertaining to our so-called lifeless, an-organic, purely
    • earth? Those who only rely upon their physical senses and upon
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    • merely on the factual act, it means that something makes an impression
    • year. Now it finally is entirely in the ether body and from there it
    • It is an entirely false
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    • change over into something entirely different from what they were outside.
    • and that is something entirely different than the outer nitrogen.
    • and arrive at a purely materialistic science. Only and solely if we
    • points towards something that present-day mankind sorely needs. Men
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    • One spoke that way because healing was then done entirely from the etheric
    • to rely on the mere physical world, including the remaining human cultural
    • begin to observe more and more merely the physical human body and cease
    • entirely different in the human organism. The human organism changes
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    • know, at a place where people are attacking us rather severely
    • Lucifer in this man's soul, but that he was entirely under the
    • view, as it was entirely inevitable that these people met their
    • be just as one-sided to say that external processes are merely
    • that is, “Surely one can understand that here on the
    • not merely generalize like pantheists do and stop short at the
    • too late. All I will be able to find in this way is merely a
    • together in an entirely different manner in the spiritual
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    • received the power to create it entirely through a kind
    • 1770s onward, would entirely different works have
    • at all prove him to be entirely dishonest, but someone
    • It is not merely that human beings are brought to feelings of
    • that is not purely luciferic.
    • can do only if we consider not merely how we judge external
    • the planet did not look like the earth does now but entirely
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    • headmaster, “I actually agree with him entirely. You
    • entirely successful. It depends on the attitude you have to the
    • pupils merely in the light of what they had done the previous
    • Such mistakes happen often when we judge purely externally, on
    • possibly to be found in the spiritual world. If we merely trace
    • merely traces events on the physical plane.
    • fairly and squarely at the difficulties these problems
    • carry it livingly into the future. He will not merely
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    • in one area must be looked at in an entirely different light,
    • right relationship to our past actions if we merely continue
    • merely to follow the momentum.”
    • vision. Such persons see specters merely because the cornea has
    • would see something entirely different from what we
    • purely external physical necessity and spiritual
    • or one can entirely leave him out and look in detail at how a
    • be left out entirely.
    • itself at first of course merely in incomprehension. From
    • entirely to itself. Whenever the etheric body is enmeshed
    • purely spiritual impulse, we become freer and freer from all
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    • are philosophers who imagine they know merely from philosophy
    • are speaking of something entirely different.
    • they were not painted as they now are, where the artist merely
    • an entirely different kind of perception. We are moving toward
    • it purely to subjectivity.
    • humanity progresses, merely natural development will be
    • have not merely invented what I have just told you. It is an
    • of understanding but purely a religious or social matter.] So
    • in an entirely unmotivated way. They shrink from becoming sober
    • dream-thinking, dream-logic. For surely, just because a
    • the other. You have merely eliminated the machine's driving
    • power. You have merely added the mental image of the moving
    • I does not occur at all! That is entirely consistent, of
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    • personalities who have lived entirely in the conceptions of
    • purely from the point of view of language? We have in these
    • rights-state — what then is the right considered purely
    • conceived entirely in pictures. In the pamphlet which was
    • piece of a point! Now, a little piece of a point is surely a
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    • is why within the sphere of language the purely humanly
    • chair he means a table. For that men here on the earth merely
    • merely as a means of making ourselves mutually understood is
    • life of rights as such is entirely earthly, but is rayed
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    • judgment entirely in accordance with their own knowledge. It is not
    • judgement comes about merely because one refuses to go into the sources
    • world, which can appear to men as a reality and not merely as something
    • the church; in the fullest sense it has originated entirely within the
    • merely on the level of a cheap novelette! Or, to give another example,
    • merely symbolically that as a rule the Catholic Church is prone only
    • start with. The animal has an entirely different kind of sense-perception
    • events and does not live merely in abstractions like modern science, which
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    • purely general belief. But it forbids him to get as far as superphysical
    • but with attention focussed purely on the divine.
    • rigid, they are merely the shadows of what they have been. Besides,
    • merely phenomenal. The possibility absolutely exists for man to have
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    • relationship with merely the outer manifestation of his fellowmen. Life
    • it is true only the beginning of a crisis. There was merely a preparation
    • form merely a kind of repetition of what existed on another level of
    • is constantly being arrived at in the unconscious. The entirely ordinary,
    • thoughts dictated by nature, for what they like best is merely to make
    • not as you would like them to appear but entirely in the connection,
    • life in which man's conception is always merely of himself. Man does
    • only about merely personal opinions and not concerning what is revealed
    • when there is the will to present merely what one is allowed to observe
    • able actually to will merely what is personal can for that reason only
    • matter earnestly, conscientiously, we shall not want merely to find
    • my dear friends! You see, connected with the endeavour merely to see
    • from an inner necessity at same time to do something or other purely
    • what a prosy rationalist! He judges purely from the standpoint of reason.
    • may not be acting also merely from personal ambition. And a terrible
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    • sense through merely understanding, through open-minded acceptance,
    • and what we call logic, something entirely different from what we Europeans
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    • out to you something that, when looked at purely from the point of view
    • understanding when they want to give merely abstract, logical form to
    • transformed but entirely renewed. This is to begin with the external
    • Book of Job. In this Book of Job we are particularly shown how, purely
    • namely Catholicism, and out of this Roman Catholicism merely take the
    • cannot call him merely a philosopher but the great man Plato arose in
    • thus offers his sacrifice to the great God of nature. Purely pagan worship
    • purely external attitude, because the way in which the men of old spoke
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha, has not been entirely imparted to mankind either
    • at which he already faced the entirely new form of grasping the Mystery
    • and actually merely appropriated again in its language and so on in
    • at this Hungary where, you must know, purely Magyar culture has been-supposedly
    • of the German nature just because he is so entirely without national
    • slightest suggestion, of what lived in Goethe's soul—but merely
    • wished within this Christian Church to carry through all manner of purely
    • contained nothing of Shakespeare's art but strove after something entirely
    • is Nature . . . Everything is her life; and death is merely her ingenious
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    • However, this is only a part of the astral inhabitants, surely
    • the question may arise: Surely the physical plane, the astral
    • not merely seen clairvoyantly, but it evokes in your soul the
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    • as a facade than mere fantasy, which merely drives us into
    • abstraction — but this is what we should surely learn
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    • effect experienced in a purely spiritual way, bring us to the
    • is to warm the room” — the room won't become warm. Merely
    • be there, but to merely repeat it doesn't help. Your step is
    • surely everyone will say, for me relevance is in knowledge of
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    • merely external relation between the conception of the world which is
    • from a purely intellectual standpoint.
    • has here been made to depart from the usual purely mathematical-geomatrical-mechanical
    • and intellectual, from everything merely mechanical and mathematical,
    • an example the most complicated organism, man, and then take merely
    • purely intellectual ideas of the world. We must be able to view the
    • is not merely decorative, but as you see it arises from below. In the
    • the merely mathematical-geometrical-dynamic column formation has been
    • developed into the organic, so that nowhere is the principle, merely
    • by one who is able to look away from everything merely intellectual,
    • consider it from an artistic point of view, but merely an imitative
    • I have mentioned do away with all that is merely speculation, you will
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    • the idea merely intellectually it may seem to you as if evolution consists
    • merely intellectually, then it is easy to believe that humanity is the
    • apparently entirely disappeared and the human eye has returned to a
    • Tauler or raster Eckhardt had would be entirely out of place in our
    • not be able to get very far forward. We must subdue the purely personal;
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    • in the painting entirely out of colour, so that, as regards the painting
    • that we should have merely a feeling for the single colour; the single
    • and exchange of activity between the colours, an entirely new world
    • course entirely derived from the colour; yet it also forms an element
    • of Faust is what one might say — purely arbitrary. It is the man
    • the merely theoretical principle of growth, that of the One principle,
    • which is to be felt in this form. The Christ may to-day discovered purely
    • which one merely enquired its significance, in the central point of
    • really happened. Those who do appreciate it will surely feel that nothing
    • remain merely in our understanding. Much of the most important of that
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    • with the new wisdom, relying on manuscripts, on the written
    • merely something dead within man, not only the reasoning of
    • good Faust, the old travelling student, is merely the result
    • for what is not entirely without reason for he has already
    • also knew that the earth should not be looked upon merely in
    • nature, did not consist merely of concepts, ideas and
    • feelings, nor merely of dogmatic imaginations. Whoever wished
    • surely as the electric forces drawn out as the force hidden
    • in nature, so surely will the force hidden in the soul,
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    • like your here to set against against this, something purely
    • by Goethe out of his deep knowledge. Goethe is not merely
    • entirely separated from his body, but only temporarily
    • supersensible, not into something merely visionary but into
    • him that, merely through an abnormal way of proceeding in
    • entirely under the influence of the material.
    • while the other serves merely to bring this to the
    • Goethe? Even eminent men who love Goethe can otherwise merely
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    • day-to-day life, to the Absolute, to what is not merely the
    • sympathy. And he makes Mephistopheles speak not merely like a
    • Yes. But that was merely a medieval pre-possession of
    • Paracelsus'. It is also easy for him to say: surely no one is
    • the sphere of Faust's consciousness in a purely spiritual
    • purely spiritual and the physical; for he himself has no
    • belief that Homunculus is entirely a material production. He
    • one hand they have a purely mechanical knowledge of nature
    • that, however, is no knowledge but merely a system out of
    • that wants merely to copy down what happens outwardly, and on
    • purely externally, but it is not merely what is outwardly the
    • fully living if he has no wish for merely abstract concepts.
    • withdrawn entirely into the etheric body. What then is its
    • refer to this merely as an example, for from it we see that
    • Goethe, lives entirely in shadowy concepts, and Homunculus
    • time, thought that is abstract and purely conceptual has
    • there appears before the world a document living entirely in
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    • purely a matter of imaginative knowledge he would only need
    • not arise before Faust merely as theories, but he felt
    • certain substances. You will surely find it in one or another
    • things. You have the purely scenic sipificance of the devil
    • happened but did not do so purely in a course-grained,
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    • think in this connection of a merely theoretic or scientific
    • also another necessity. It is insufficient, as a rule, merely
    • Mephistopheles out of an empty or merely abstract reflection,
    • life of ideas. if Faust had merely seen the picture as he saw
    • Faust no longer merely admires — within the life of
    • emerges in the Invocation Scene is no longer merely an idea
    • where Helena appears not merely as a spectre, but as a
    • Faust's life of Will, no longer merely from his Feeling or
    • ‘the All’ in a merely abstract sense, but in a
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    • had influence on Birth and Death in a far more than merely
    • human being very nearly and intimately. They do not merely
    • (for so it was at that time; to-day it must be more purely
    • I have also told you. Something entirely new is now
    • outset as one would, who in the fulness of his egoism merely
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    • discover truth merely on the path of thought or even on the
    • merely Homunculus but of becoming Homo — of
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    • element that is by no means chaotic, it is merely different,
    • monitors. They would speak dreadfully severely to our
    • must not merely look at its single pictures, we must look at
    • lives entirely in that world which today is a supersensible,
    • emmets. This is merely an image. Anaxagoras first turns to
    • into the sex-man, all the dark, purely organic, bodily
    • Goethe does not wish to lead Faust into merely what the day
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    • of spiritual science. It is not merely that from an
    • phenomena to another, traced them merely to primal
    • hypothesis is expressed here nor any theory — merely
    • not concern him merely to invent hypotheses like the wave
    • but removed, so one uses hpotheses merely to show the way in
    • theory of colors, is indeed merely given in outline. Some day
    • we look at nature in its purely natural aspect, as did
    • from anything else and concerned merely with the
    • Though Goethe himself did not entirely follow this out, yet
    • the phenomena; it means making merely a useful servant of
    • the same if you want to be purely a scientist. You should be
    • him, there did not work in him merely the abstract image
    • not merely abstract concepts but all his nod life of soul.
    • those impulses that he had not merely gathered together but
    • merely as introduction to the perception, the spiritual
    • theories, right within it, there lies something entirely
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    • own nature by merely acquiring knowledge received through the
    • others the two invisible ones, merely shine upon him.
    • entirely with the atavistic clairvoyant world-conception; but
    • What Nereus is able to say does not entirely meet the case.
    • said is not merely the spoken word but derives its force from
    • metamorphosis. Surely, you may say, a man with such profound,
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    • prejudices the purely artistic force of its construction. I
    • form that, regarded merely from the theatrical standpoint,
    • something merely abstract and theoretical; to grasp the truth
    • meant to be represented merely as a man striving after the
    • myths developed by the Greek spirit, there is not merely
    • men climbed a mountain, for instance, they did not merely
    • experience a physical, barely perceptible difference in the
    • world there is no separation between the purely animal and
    • the purely human, the animal from passes over, merges, into
    • these is seen here on earth, and that merely in its external,
    • merely divine, how much richer, more intensive, all my
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • Goethe has given, that it is not merely the bliss of endeavor
    • suit himself, and then perhaps expecting that merely by
    • in the motives of will can only be set right if we not merely
    • allowing ourselves to sink down into a merely external
    • knowledge of nature and a merely abstract mysticism.
    • take three moments in Goethe's Faust. Take purely
    • are not there merely to be spoken of on Sunday afternoons in
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    • that which one can gain by a merely backward directed
    • when one merely looks into oneself and, as one often says,
    • all, for if they had seen her, they would surely also have seen
    • which one was as a soul-spiritual human being in a purely
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    • this. Merely under the form of the “I,” only under
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    • of this knowledge. It is quite different to merely recognise
    • another not only as merely substantial and materialistic but we
    • condensing? Surely so man and animal can live in the present
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    • circumstances lead to materialism. It was merely because so
    • Nor can this illustration be negatived by merely indicating its
    • representation can be made of what transcends the purely
    • of cognition;” but merely, “Here are the limits of
    • loftiest secrets of creation, it may surely be a matter of
    • revealing, as it must, an entirely new meaning. According to
    • all such as merely acknowledge a soul, or spirit, to which
    • entirely conform with those known to theosophical research.
    • came into existence, man was a purely spiritual being; he began
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    • 12th centuries, was by no means in a position merely to submit
    • what they are asserting today so definitely and so surely in
    • the midst of learning, almost entirely theological as it then
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    • — in January, 1918. I tell you this merely in order to indicate
    • spiritual foundations of human life, if merely for purposes of
    • In vivid contrast to this there is the purely materialistic culture of
    • dealings of Europeans and Americans with Asia are confined to purely
    • speak of only one aspect — and even that merely from tradition
    • metabolic process to the head. If the head were to unfold merely its
    • his head merely to the circumstance that the head is not
    • to regard himself not merely as an earthly being, connecting his form
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    • A man whose thoughts are entirely engrossed in the material world, who
    • ideas extending beyond the merely utilitarian, who has no desire to
    • They do not remain. All purely utilitarian thoughts, all thoughts
    • consciousness has been purely materialistic. It is not quite accurate
    • Earth loving his language merely out of instinct and lower impulses.
    • the former earthly life their interests were merely utilitarian. And
    • concepts, such a man merely thinks words. He becomes unfree
    • must not merely confine our attention to man's relation to the world
    • human head are not merely forces of the present life. They are the
    • substance, not merely with thoughts about this or that. Anthroposophy
    • himself not merely as an earthly but as a heavenly being, realising
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    • and ether-body are not connected merely with the external world
    • of a purely external kind, and that this, in its extreme form, leads
    • nature, not merely of human egotism.
    • proximity. We cannot let ourselves be guided entirely by general
    • show him a plant with yellow flowers and round petals and merely tell
    • passions, whereas up here you were merely experiencing the
    • who merely wants to be happy after death and because he still has
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    • and more effective influence could be exerted than merely through
    • self-renewing spiritual activity. He did not merely
    • attention entirely on the person thinking of the wall.”
    • soul fares when it seeks not merely an image but a direct
    • not seek merely to say something but to do something
    • merely assert that reality must be judged with reference to these
    • is nothing but appearance, merely something which man himself by
    • — dwells in our midst — and not merely in thought. A
    • cultivation of the soul, not merely good but great men.
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    • knowledge of these Christmas plays we may well say that we were merely
    • remains of more ancient plays, indeed, merely the last ruins. But
    • entirely different mood through what these plays would offer them, as
    • most sacred mood, like a mystery, has become merely external poetry,
    • the poetry of the Christmas tree, still beautiful, yet merely an echo
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    • fights against brother. Surely then all the tribal customs will be
    • necessity out of Arjuna's destiny, instead of being given us merely
    • for they generally take it to be merely a photographic reproduction
    • been written in the West to prove that thought is merely something
    • not merely understood intellectually, and if you would experience it,
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    • that only people who are content with a merely sentimental and dreamy
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    • ingeniously. He says how unsatisfactory it is to apply purely
    • social affairs, and he rightly denounces this application of purely
    • reality the laws derived purely from the living organism are also
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    • the noblest words are given merely an abstract, philosophic
    • inspiration. In reality it is as if it were not merely sounding for
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    • depths but is merely superficial understanding. This has a twofold
    • for us, but more rarely. In another respect also it was somewhat
    • describing light. It is entirely correct to call the light colors —
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    • one's environment, one continues merely to live in it. A person is
    • merely a sattwa, rajas or tamas man in any one respect or another,
    • true anthroposophy; the force that does not merely strive for the
    • progress of humanity. To understand the Christ means not merely to
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    • carried through in the right way. Sense-impressions become merely a
    • themselves a complete experience, after Initiation they become merely
    • object of the life of the soul, thinking must become merely a means to
    • alter the thing in the least. Hence the fear and anxiety are entirely
    • experiences of his soul. All this must become merely a means, as soon
    • quite terrifying, because two things are entirely lacking from them.
    • soul-substance is bound to be entirely subjective, and whatever uses
    • entirely objective.
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    • plane, and a purely moral happening, which likewise exists on the
    • anything is tiresome. But one need merely consider the most ordinary
    • regulate itself entirely in accordance with the course of the stars.
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    • existence merely through terrestrial forces; solar forces must work
    • must entirely live in the longing to have the cosmic enigma solved in
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    • man, when gazing into the starry heavens, saw not merely the physical
    • men went on living merely with those sciences which are concerned with
    • entirely correct. No, all this should be judged in accordance with how
    • too weak to lay hold of things. A soul which to-day is occupied merely
    • Consciousness Soul. And it is entirely true to say that in order to
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    • nineteenth century they were put entirely in the background by the
    • yore had been merely a natural and social function — became personal
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    • inferior elements. So it is with all purely physical explanations
    • of evolution based entirely on physical facts, attribute to man an
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    • shall return to this later on. Here we will merely recall the
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    • astral sense. All perceptions are relative; they are merely symbolic.
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    • make use of it. The body is not merely the vesture, it is the
    • it merely as a piece of iron shaped like a horse-shoe? No, indeed. But
    • have entirely changed since the sixteenth century and above all in the
    • science. As a purely physical being, man corresponds to the mineral
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    • attempted to reach the Sun-sphere prematurely, without adequate
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    • Gospel was never regarded or read merely as a gem of literature. It
    • Let us, to begin with, leave its purely historical value out of
    • rapidly faded away, ultimately to disappear entirely from the
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    • gives a purely moral interpretation to this act and looks upon it
    • merely as an example of the profound humility and devotion of the
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    • occultism — merely as hypotheses to begin with — the very world would
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    • of the body. The astral substance entirely changes in the course of
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    • body of man is entirely renewed. That is why there is such a change in
    • for him entirely to re-mould his etheric body between two
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    • body stretched on the couch but merely as an empty sheath. Around this
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    • ancient consciousness which was merely a play of pictures, to
    • from the body; consciousness has a purely objective character.
    • germ and when man merely received from external objects impressions
    • of the world and it is the refutation of all purely subjectivist
    • find an astral humanity indwelling a purely astral Earth. Before that
    • again, man and Earth existed merely in a devachanic condition. There
    • human beings when, at the beginning, they existed merely in germ?
    • experiences are merely realised in the mind. There are certain states
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    • Sleep itself — not the dream — here becomes a conscious state. We do not only behold images but we enter into the living essence of beings and hear their inner tones. In the physical world we give names to things but the names are merely outer appellations. Only man can express his own being from within by saying ‘I’ — the ineffable name of conscious individuality. By this word we distinguish our own personality from the rest of the universe. But when we become conscious of the world of sound, each being, each thing communicates its own true name; in clairaudience we hear the sound which expresses its innermost being and rings forth as a tone in the universe that is distinct from all others.
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    • kingdom, he is not merely referring to the stones but to the milieu at
    • body composed merely of gaseous substance; before that again, we can
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    • laws of evolution. It is surely right and just that those who have
    • A purely logical conception of karma would prohibit one from helping a
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    • emerges, is not something that merely applies to yesterday
    • from the John Gospel, and he who does not merely want to
    • not addressed merely to the human intellect, but to man's
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    • merely lived in the past, but that the same power still lives
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    • he is merely preached at and told he must be nice and truthful.
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    • specific task. It does not, as some Theosophists will tell you, merely
    • depends entirely on his senses. Let us think away everything that comes
    • meaning in Kamaloka. During his life a man does not merely do things
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    • the etheric and astral bodies quite unmolested and to rely on everything
    • Does this seem too much to ask? Surely we cannot fail to get such
    • karma is not mere theory, or something that merely satisfies our curiosity.
    • Surely, you might say,
    • entirely on self-help and self-development; he must recognise that he can
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    • things and has not merely looked on at them, he will become a choleric.
    • came out in the physical body, affecting not merely individuals but
    • be born trembling; they would not merely be sensitive to their
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    • external objects making an impression on him — they were purely
    • form of the physical body is moulded by purely physical inheritance.
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    • merely repeated the Saturn period: it was not until the second Round
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    • but for them these laws of nature were not merely abstract, nor were
    • the stars merely physical globes. They looked on each planet as ensouled
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    • why the sacred books of all religions tend to speak almost entirely
    • on whom he can strictly rely. In this connection three different ways
    • development the pupil eliminates his own self entirely and hands it over
    • rely rather on science, but have been led by science into a doubting
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    • is improved, slowly but surely. Here the old saying applies drops of
    • something we merely believe. Whoever has absorbed it in the right way
    • been entirely freed from the brain, and only to such a man could it
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    • Rosicrucian pupil has to distinguish two things, not merely theoretically
    • about anything material,” he entirely fails to understand that
    • it as merely a sort of great lifeless ball, with an interior not very
    • people; but present-day science looks on this as a purely external
    • and would cry out if it were trodden on. It consists, as it were, entirely
    • learn this, or he will get no further. He must renounce entirely his
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 1
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    • become in the slightest way theologians. It is purely a matter of the
    • a healthy person. With the sick, perhaps severely sick individuals,
    • were merely eating food. And it is the same with other therapeutic
    • that therapy is merely a physical or biological process. True
    • this depth — beyond the merely physical and biological realm.
    • not merely diagrammatically as it is now being presented to you. They
    • can it mean that they work together? Surely not that the priest does
    • hand, if the physician is a good physician standing squarely within
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    • extraordinarily complicated. Only its purely mineral and physical
    • permanently — does not entirely penetrate it, so that now the
    • cases said to be severely mentally retarded individuals. They are
    • repeated earth lives — have purely out of their deep intuition
    • priest gives them instruction about prayer. Then they are entirely
    • place of God,” because their ego has not entirely penetrated
    • seeing themselves from within, not merely from without. This
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    • entirely united with what they are experiencing. They know this first
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    • recognized. To a child the sense impression is something entirely
    • during this time is turned entirely toward spiritual foundations and
    • purely in the realm of soul, its nature depending upon the
    • forces had been entirely embedded in the physical development. We
    • So we work entirely in
    • purely with sun forces. The child-soul is so intimately related to
    • second life period as “sun.” Sun is not merely there
    • moon activity. These forces relate entirely to moon activity. They
    • our life when we are put entirely on our own is the point of time
    • professionally, not merely a layman's opinion, or that of a
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    • soup.” It can happen that he comes entirely away from the first
    • merely from the point of view of finite life, but
    • phenomena.” These things cannot merely be criticized, they must
    • impulse is not entirely pathological, but it is characterized by the
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    • repeated earth-lives must sometimes relate itself to entirely
    • surely magnify it a hundred-fold in their estimation of us! For they
    • longer bound merely to a physical healing process, seeking the why
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    • disagreement with natural science. For surely one would not be so
    • proceeding inward from the cosmos. Human beings do not merely inhale
    • not studied today in a real sense. It is lacking entirely from
    • on the other. It is something entirely foreign to the physiology of
    • entirely into a conscious inhalation process; what lies behind it,
    • science will surely encounter riddles everywhere, because it is not
    • activity gradually becomes purely physical, becomes altogether a
    • can merely mean anger. On the other hand, what piles up there because
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    • they stream in into something physical, which then appears as merely
    • is not merely a soul-spiritual force: it is the force that calls
    • back in the human body and kept there. And not merely an image, an
    • them fast in their inner life, wanting not merely to give them their
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    • Some of the ego and astral body is left out; it has not entirely sunk
    • times external physical science was a purely observing science; then
    • domain of the priests. Priests may no longer merely continue
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    • materialistic thought; today humankind is fundamentally entirely
    • is perpetrated throughout our present civilization. You surely know
    • entirely different path; it consists of what is left over by the
    • merely from caprice or cosmic emotion, but from the Lady's warm
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    • first seven or eight years is entirely stripped off.
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    • become in the slightest way theologians. It is purely a matter of the
    • a healthy person. With the sick, perhaps severely sick individuals,
    • were merely eating food. And it is the same with other therapeutic
    • that therapy is merely a physical or biological process. True
    • this depth — beyond the merely physical and biological realm.
    • not merely diagrammatically as it is now being presented to you. They
    • can it mean that they work together? Surely not that the priest does
    • hand, if the physician is a good physician standing squarely within
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    • extraordinarily complicated. Only its purely mineral and physical
    • permanently — does not entirely penetrate it, so that now the
    • cases said to be severely mentally retarded individuals. They are
    • repeated earth lives — have purely out of their deep intuition
    • priest gives them instruction about prayer. Then they are entirely
    • place of God,” because their ego has not entirely penetrated
    • seeing themselves from within, not merely from without. This
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    • entirely united with what they are experiencing. They know this first
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    • recognized. To a child the sense impression is something entirely
    • during this time is turned entirely toward spiritual foundations and
    • purely in the realm of soul, its nature depending upon the
    • forces had been entirely embedded in the physical development. We
    • So we work entirely in
    • purely with sun forces. The child-soul is so intimately related to
    • second life period as “sun.” Sun is not merely there
    • moon activity. These forces relate entirely to moon activity. They
    • our life when we are put entirely on our own is the point of time
    • professionally, not merely a layman's opinion, or that of a
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    • soup.” It can happen that he comes entirely away from the first
    • merely from the point of view of finite life, but
    • phenomena.” These things cannot merely be criticized, they must
    • impulse is not entirely pathological, but it is characterized by the
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    • repeated earth-lives must sometimes relate itself to entirely
    • surely magnify it a hundred-fold in their estimation of us! For they
    • longer bound merely to a physical healing process, seeking the why
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    • disagreement with natural science. For surely one would not be so
    • proceeding inward from the cosmos. Human beings do not merely inhale
    • not studied today in a real sense. It is lacking entirely from
    • on the other. It is something entirely foreign to the physiology of
    • entirely into a conscious inhalation process; what lies behind it,
    • science will surely encounter riddles everywhere, because it is not
    • activity gradually becomes purely physical, becomes altogether a
    • can merely mean anger. On the other hand, what piles up there because
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    • they stream in into something physical, which then appears as merely
    • is not merely a soul-spiritual force: it is the force that calls
    • back in the human body and kept there. And not merely an image, an
    • them fast in their inner life, wanting not merely to give them their
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    • Some of the ego and astral body is left out; it has not entirely sunk
    • times external physical science was a purely observing science; then
    • domain of the priests. Priests may no longer merely continue
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    • materialistic thought; today humankind is fundamentally entirely
    • is perpetrated throughout our present civilization. You surely know
    • entirely different path; it consists of what is left over by the
    • merely from caprice or cosmic emotion, but from the Lady's warm
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    • first seven or eight years is entirely stripped off.
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    • opening words of our Bible, an entirely new world should dawn upon
    • never forget belongs to an entirely different world — a world
    • a method of penetrating the primeval record entirely different from
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    • soughs through the air, learn to feel not merely its tone, learn to
    • experience them not merely as sound, but as form-making; then you
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    • nominalism — the dispute as to whether species were merely
    • another form. The first thing which is entirely new is the earth
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    • that these recapitulations cannot come about in an entirely
    • is not merely an organising, a creative activity within the sphere of
    • taking over from another. It was only very much later that the purely
    • the Hebrew word yom. It has nothing to do with a merely
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    • closely bound up with cosmic processes. They are merely a
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    • fantasy. So long as these concepts are merely used as calculating
    • are looked upon merely as counters, or shorthand notes for what the
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    • what is merely picture. The scenes of the Mystery Play of course were
    • sense organs, as purely physical organs, had already been formed on
    • obscura. Purely physical apparatuses like that can perceive nothing.
    • They are constructed according to purely physical laws. In the Moon
    • so formed that it was merely a physical apparatus; at the Moon stage,
    • seemed to be spread out in space. In reality they merely represented
    • perceive the outside world merely as a reflection of one's own
    • earth, called for an entirely different kind of cleavage in our
    • the Elohim did not merely feel themselves to be flowing with the
    • say merely And God saw the light, but that He saw that it was
    • you make a study of our present sun, even from a purely physical
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    • sphere, a man consisting entirely of the rudiments of the sentient
    • yourselves: “Then surely the first influences which formed this
    • in its writings, that it had an entirely different outlook. Even if
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    • construct prehistory from the point of view of purely physical
    • with has to be understood as purely spiritual, the physical emerges
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    • intended to remind us of an event whose significance lies, not merely
    • entirely with the world of sense.
    • determined entirely by what came to him from super-sensible
    • of the super-sensible world, and entirely fails to recognise man's need
    • through the Christ Impulse an entirely new way of relating themselves
    • see merely trees, or merely plants, but together with the trees, and
    • taken place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being
    • purely physical vision of the earth. Christ will come again to you,
    • shrink from having nothing but a merely external, sense-given science,
    • sun will burn itself out and be scattered in the All, not merely
    • merely calculates or investigates qualities of the sun with the
    • a world-catastrophe is upon us. I do not mean merely the catastrophe
    • reflection of the divine and spiritual, he wants to be merely the
    • have indicated. For the soul of man should feel the purely external,
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    • great turning-point of history introduced something entirely new into
    • as men saw not merely a flowing stream but the divine and spiritual
    • looking to themselves alone, relying upon what comes with them at
    • birth. But Christianity summons men not to rely upon what is brought
    • himself to the spirit; the brain is merely the instrument for
    • of it is merely the product of the human brain, it is materialistic.
    • want to continue with a consciousness that is merely the outcome of
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    • questions in an entirely different way.
    • came upon the earth through Christ, begin to work. It is not a merely
    • There may be some who say: Surely the Crucifixion should have been
    • and what is merely a mistaken idea. For what came into the evolution
    • transcending that which has merely to do with the evolution of
    • in seclusion on the earth, he points to something entirely
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    • significance can never be explained by a science based entirely upon
    • In truth, therefore, the thought of death is merely the other side
    • of Christ as Judge of the world, who must be regarded as merely
    • consisting only of body and soul, the soul merely having certain
    • Good Friday thought which, in truth, should merely have formed the
    • Jesus Babe and were in truth merely the corresponding pole of the
    • that the mood of death associated with Good Friday merely presents the
    • which the earth is merely the stage. Thereby man was again united with
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    • Golgotha is not merely an inner affair of men or of the earth, but is
    • communications was due entirely to their own human evolution. For it
    • be fathomed merely by earthly means.” A man is lacking, even were
    • conceived merely as a continuation of the Lord's Supper described in
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    • when, on waking in the morning he merely perceives physical objects
    • around him realities that henceforth were no longer merely preserved
    • body has loosened he will no longer be able to rely on remembrances of
    • merely proclaim the existence of higher worlds, nor be mere religion,
    • up to Christ not merely as the Saviour but as the great Prototype with
    • merely the Comforter but the One Who goes before us, Who is related in
    • is not merely a Mystery of Remembrance. It is also a Mystery of the
    • and more from the shackles, ensnarements and pitfalls of the purely
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    • could not be accomplished by a god merely within the mask of a human
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    • their evolution will look upon it merely as imagination run wild or as
    • merely believe.” Now that may sound all very well, but it does
    • such matters than merely whether in the present course of human
    • so — that people come to look upon faith merely as a cherished
    • have merely to picture to ourselves someone who is actually so great
    • crippled that people would be entirely incapacitated. To put it
    • revelation, whose value will not reside merely in theories but in its
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    • feature of our age as something affecting us merely theoretically or
    • and that they merely had to look into the matter to be convinced that
    • experienced by the ego so that it should rely increasingly upon
    • healing medicine; nothing in those words will be merely theoretical.
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    • existence of a spiritual world but merely maintain that man can learn
    • belonging entirely to the animal-evolution. Certainly, there are such
    • human being can become merely through the forces of heredity, through
    • you all were merely born of your parents. Let us leave Karma out of
    • and had merely been somewhat receptive, yet through that receptivity
    • is of very great significance. Till then, not merely the bodily growth
    • merely as an instance — that we follow the soul of an eleven,
    • but are merely intelligent, are normally able to give certain
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    • consideration for to-day I will merely say these few words concerning
    • dear to her, in order to put herself and her powers entirely at the
    • who say: “The present events of the war are merely the results of
    • had asserted: ‘How does that affect things? It is merely a
    • Empire. We see it with its old philosophy. We see it living entirely
    • fail to feel the entirely different nature of that which Spiritual
    • moment here, on the earth, you were to dissolve entirely, that you
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    • seen that not merely the external life, but the whole life of man here
    • so entirely dependent on his physical body as we are. The Greek lived
    • it is not merely the physical hand which moves, but that the etheric
    • consciousness. If we draw external figures, they merely serve as an
    • merely happens by accident. Thus we not only have our connection with
    • merely thinks: Yes, he has been wounded, and that ends the matter.
    • conviction of the merely obvious existence may not spread, there
    • everything on the earth should not merely exist; but that among the
    • ‘Down there is something which does not merely exist.’
    • existence, but merely in germ. Yet in a sense it is something that
    • is otherwise merely an abstract idea in our materialistic age, becomes
    • merely the material exists, not merely that which is given over to the
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    • in the spiritual world entirely from itself, and it must be thoroughly
    • world. The human soul is aware that if nature and history merely ran
    • necessity. He does not merely feel the need of seeing a certain
    • not born of chance, but arises entirely from the wisdom of our astral
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    • merely one part of what really occurs; and all the efforts made to get
    • Hebrew. Then this bowed man, of barely middle height, drew himself up
    • was entirely fantastic and appeared, in so far as it had any sense at
    • as it was and contrary to all logic, he repeated, whether merely
    • merely relates what happened to him. We shall shortly see why he
    • remained so. It barely sufficed to conceal from his colleagues the
    • purely from an artistic standpoint. It is really so written that the
    • nobody need believe it; if it merely amuses people that is all
    • accustomed to think scientifically, and who merely have to raise their
    • in opposition is merely a mask, hiding the fear in its reality, they
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    • with his physical being. And anyone who merely regards the earth as
    • merely some commentary on Kant — are now convinced that anyone
    • these senses can merely yield what they produce through themselves.
    • merely his image, so we really have only images of the whole external
    • merely has images and can never reach the ‘Thing in Itself.’
    • For I no longer see merely the image in the mirror, but through the
    • men and their efforts entirely praiseworthy) has produced a certain
    • but merely words, words, words. Humanity finds itself entangled in the
    • immeasurable, but we have merely a number of accidental senses into
    • suppositions that what comes to us in the world is merely the result
    • inner labour, is almost entirely unknown to our materialistic age; it
    • use merely a symbol for that which the word signifies.’ Mauthner
    • nevertheless not merely symbolical, but forms part of the reality.
    • really — not merely externally but in the very depths of our soul
    • we should not merely regard this Christmas Mystery as that day of the
    • rest and merely say that the children were almost stiff with cold,
    • moments of our life. We can surely find the Christ then. And we
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    • He is then entirely the result of his own activity, of his karma.
    • under normal conditions it merely signifies the recognition of his
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    • similar to that of an idiot; not a purely mental consciousness. Such a
    • spiders are merely the instruments of astral activity. The ants too,
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    • merely by thinking. One cannot for example experience what is taking
    • entirely different from anything else on earth, the complete recession
    • the one queen. The kama-sexuality is almost entirely eliminated; the
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    • Augustine put forward the doctrine of predestination he was entirely
    • Christ the spiritual had to be betrayed by the purely material. Judas
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    • kingdom. He makes the Earth into something entirely of his own
    • entirely composed of the same substance in which later man's auric egg
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    • certain sense, we have purely and simply the physical world before us.
    • beginnings of living purely in the physical world are present today in
    • one works as though on a spiritual task. This living purely in the
    • has begun to do on the physical plane, albeit up to now but rarely.
    • World have implanted into human beings was purely a world of wishes.
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    • physical body everything that is not purely physical: only then does
    • ordered, extremely complicated automaton, a purely physical apparatus.
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    • different that what he finds around him is entirely new, so that what
    • he adds to his previous achievement is entirely new. This happens in
    • Owing to the entirely different physical conditions on the earth a new
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    • way to each other on a purely intellectual and moral basis, soul to
    • through friendship of a purely soul nature, in Devachan is wisdom, the
    • experience escape him. To the degree to which man fosters purely soul
    • there is nothing better than to have a purely soul relationship with
    • unite on a purely spiritual basis. It is the will of the Masters to
    • attachments of a purely soul nature. By so doing we do away with the
    • himself with them. A person who is deeply bound up with what is purely
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    • object: for example, picturing a dog is merely making a mental image,
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    • Then the purely personal, individual Karma passes over into the
    • humanity. In his speaking however a man cannot be entirely selfish,
    • language can never be entirely selfish, whereas the deeds performed by
    • part, is entirely the result of earlier deeds.
    • there is no purely personal speech. Speech belongs to a group. Thought
    • purely as thinking, but makes its appearance in the results of this,
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    • which he no longer thinks merely abstractly, but at all times has his
    • As a rule man forms merely thoughts. The more highly developed man
    • around us as mineral existence, as purely physical nature, Intuitions
    • Through merely observing we do not alter anything, but an alteration
    • The second sphere in which today man is not entirely independent, but
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    • over the putting together of purely mechanical things. He can make
    • nature. It had a form which was not entirely egg-shaped, but more like
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    • We understand that a merely cool, dry thought is less effective on the
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    • what is merely the shell of a person is his real individuality. Very
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    • adept. But we gain very much when, taking our start from the purely
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    • allowed to disappear entirely from the Earth we should win back for
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    • imagines the human being as merely a being of thought, then one can
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    • Gold too first densified with the Earth: at one time it was entirely
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    • beings today is merely a kind of knowledge will become actual reality,
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    • introduced into his food what was purely mineral, what he took out of
    • appearance, the purely mineral. Man himself will then be able to
    • animals. The socialism of the West is entirely built up on strife.
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    • was almost entirely absent. It was with the Second Sub-Race, the
    • “Now you surely do not wish to assert,” said his father
    • expression. It has merely passed through the ancient Greek
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    • education and experience is preserved, just as surely as are the
    • purely externally.
    • his manner timid. He seems somehow to be not entirely in touch with
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    • the physical body becomes a combination of purely chemical and
    • chemical and physical substances and forces from their purely
    • experience, pain that is merely due to bodily circumstances is far
    • far more deep-seated than purely bodily pain in man can ever be.
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    • convey in his speech what has just been referred to, and not merely
    • the inner being of man, entirely in his physiognomy and in accordance
    • they go only into externals — the purely physical substance,
    • on something purely material. They were of the opinion that this
    • found entirely in the way the spirit makes use of things. For through
    • itself out entirely in the body, if it would hold fast to the body,
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    • relation between the soul and spirit of man and the purely material,
    • knew: “Outside me, in the cosmos, I do not find merely the
    • longer passionately eager for knowledge; we are merely inquisitive and
    • questions — not merely in his modern pride to turn the questions
    • merely observes the outer world in order to satisfy his curiosity with
    • look at it merely passively, but fixes his gaze upon its yellow
    • duration of the period. You have merely to wait until the right moment
    • and to distinguish between such an answer and one that is merely
    • see, it is a purely physical, spatial explanation, and that is as far
    • is blocked by the moon; that is a purely physical process. But
    • merely says: “Now the earth comes between the sun and the moon;
    • up to humanity. And such a comprehension and understanding is sorely
    • consideration merely its physical aspect. By such means the intellect
    • that is based entirely upon materialism can never become religion. And
    • body, it passes out into this purely material universe.” On the
    • purely spiritual apprehensions.
    • cosmos, where of course it already is (one merely learns to recognise
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    • bound up with purely material existence conceives that our visible
    • must surely be obvious that in the primal nebula conceived by
    • The purely materialistic way of thinking and of formulating hypotheses
    • they were directing their forces to Mars, it would not do merely to
    • merely a manifestation of the Mercury-forces in a concentrated mineral
    • The Venus-forces again are all-pervading. They are merely concentrated
    • sense. But these things are not merely metaphorical; if a human being
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    • actually within this cosmic existence when we think of it as purely
    • difficult, for they have almost entirely dropped out of use in modern
    • again, by an entirely independent path, to knowledge that was
    • still entirely of an animal nature, in inclinations an element of soul
    • grounded in the universe. This is true, nevertheless. And if, entirely
    • And now you can surely feel that through this vision a man gains
    • while we are outside the body, in an existence that is purely of the
    • he is now obliged to rely upon the experiences offered by earthly
    • initiation, man becomes able to experience himself purely as a being
    • entirely different point of vision, a unity may reveal itself as a
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    • earthly element, like that of the plant, but something entirely
    • become clever. We have to rely more on deposits of clay-substance
    • observed by natural science today only in its outer aspect, merely by
    • knowledge, seeking the spiritual in all purely material things, and
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    • Greece seems entirely different. These things become particularly
    • age as far back as ancient Rome. In purely historical writings, even
    • to the man who merely tries to grasp it with his ordinary
    • unnatural it would be to represent the figures in the drama in purely
    • My dear friends, anthroposophy does not consist merely in theories and
    • quite honestly and sincerely. It is the independent force, the
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    • Zarathustra culture that, if seen in its true light, entirely differs
    • of his physical body” can be given as an entirely explicit
    • of the senses and is much more a purely sensory function, while what
    • entirely new perspectives are opened out when we consider other
    • purely historical knowledge of the learned only sees that human
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    • more or less justifiably described as eternal. Surely it is also
    • the abstraction of a concept. But it is an entirely new inner world
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    • physical body to the entirely different sheath found between death and
    • there is concrete life. One lives oneself into the purely concrete,
    • suited for it.” This deadening, this vanishing away, is merely
    • to find your bearings, if you are not merely to look at things but are
    • acquire the power of differentiating between the various merely inward
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    • are entirely one with the thought that thus suddenly arises. If you
    • that fills the soul. I wanted to give this merely as an illustration
    • “then” in a merely comparative sense) events continue to
    • back in a purely human way, and holding fast to what is present in
    • I am not here giving out anything that is merely a subjective opinion,
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    • purely materialistic research with another research, which, although
    • not merely maya. It exists as the stage for events that beings may
    • previous lectures, bears within it merely a memory of the ordinary ego
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    • attain — not merely to try to do so — considered
    • in the world nowadays by judgements born purely out of passion and
    • This is not said with reference to any particular fact. It is merely
    • that is human egoism — not merely individual egoism, but the
    • has been so written that Christ has been entirely omitted, that Christ
    • that the impulses of initiates did not merely flow from earthly
    • all they have is not merely taken from the earth; it is received by
    • and dogmas. I wanted to represent and describe many things, not merely
    • merely as an objective statement. The occultist who recognises the
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    • than merely live in our perceptions, we reflect upon them and we are
    • have the feeling that we must not be satisfied if this thought merely
    • in a purely external manner on the physical plane. If we have a
    • a purely inward, subjective manner, has arrived at a similar
    • through an entirely external, exoteric method of observation. When we
    • An entirely different light is
    • entirely void of feeling, who could feel nothing at all. What
    • instance, we merely felt that we were within space and moved in time;
    • merely something which gives us thoughts and ideas, but which can
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    • soul, as something which the soul develops, something which is purely
    • if we try to shut out everything external and live entirely within
    • among the grass in a meadow, but which comes forth from entirely
    • this entirely different life, but still this expression may be used.
    • deal.’ We might at this point spiritualise ourselves entirely.
    • entirely permeated with Divinity, but to renounce what it is possible
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    • expression of that which has to become entirely material in us, it is
    • which we not merely perceive, but we think. When we think, it is not
    • sun. In the will there lives not merely that which lives in the
    • The will is still less entirely born than is feeling. The will would
    • just as surely as the seed for the following year lives in the plant.
    • Imaginations, Inspirations and Intuitions were not so entirely
    • now remains entirely hidden in the Ego and astral body. The Spiritual
    • after death. When we acquire religious conceptions we are not merely
    • were, entirely overlaid with ‘mirror-foil’ and only when
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    • is, the more does he rely upon what he has before him on the physical
    • whereas he entirely denied spirit, he is now unable to save himself,
    • comes a certain time when our soul in the spiritual world is entirely
    • world. Industry most surely comes; it is alive in us when we have
    • devote ourselves to it entirely and we know that it is something
    • studied theoretically; one may receive what they give merely as
    • merely looking at objects and processes, we should never on the
    • so different in the spiritual world that we have to acquire entirely
    • with its effect, we must not merely inquire into the nature of the
    • if we merely devote ourselves to thought and follow it consecutively;
    • recognise Christ merely through philosophy; this must be our own free
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    • portal of death has the feeling: Thou art now in an entirely
    • entirely filled with the thought: Thou hast left thy body; now in the
    • something much more than merely a treasure of memory. When we are out
    • disappearance merely signifies its change into something different.
    • gradually decline, it must be entirely overcome and this takes
    • consciousness shall dwell in it. Entirely below the threshold of
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 6: Pleasures and Sufferings in the Life Beyond
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    • soul-spiritual nature is entirely submerged, that the enjoyment or
    • or they to us. Our point of view is now not merely: such and such was
    • The point of view becomes entirely different when the things of the
    • I will draw your attention to a purely external thing which is very
    • are piled up as much as possible. Production works entirely according
    • for his new earthly life in a purely spiritual form.
    • soon. Most people are prematurely born, spiritually, and this is only
    • compensated for later through experiences with which we feel entirely
    • Christ-impulse supplies us with more than barely sufficient force
    • merely a bare amount of the Christ-impulse. Even at the present time,
    • not merely what is absolutely necessary regarding Christ, but that
    • the midst of spiritual death, caused by an outlook based merely on
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    • connection particularly with this entirely valid conception, how
    • arise in us out of a deeply-felt and not merely theoretical Spiritual
    • sense stands beneath him — not merely formulating all this
    • put it so — will not merely think about the spirit: he
    • spiritual experience, that it is merely an ideology: economic
    • and so on — all merely an ideological shadow-show! And now
    • merely as ideology.
    • it is surely piteous that men should have been brought to such a
    • humanity becoming ripe to understand, not merely the fact that the
    • Through Spiritual Science we seek not merely to entertain thoughts
    • as a dead force, calling merely for belief, but as a living power
    • Spiritual Science is concerned not merely to talk about the Christ,
    • learn about this. From a purely external point of view you can see
    • fellowship with youth — the fellowship not merely of this or
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    • super-sensible. Political life is entirely of the earth! We must
    • super-sensible. But when the purely earthly State seeks to make itself
    • imagine that it were possible for us to be entirely absorbed in
    • we must continue to listen for it. We should not wish merely to read
    • healthily cannot be a denier of God, for it is merely laughable to
    • merely discover our human nature between birth and death: we must
    • merely in my own way of thinking, and in what I consider
    • idealism: not merely the idealism that springs from the instincts
    • then you will grasp this second idealism, which is not merely the
    • earth in order to achieve merely earthly ends, but came down to the
    • justify this that I am doing or thinking, not merely with reference
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    • not merely on faith or on an old tradition, but on the immediate
    • reality, and then planted in the social organism. It is not merely a
    • necessary for discerning the true or merely apparent reality of an
    • belongs to super-sensible life, the more it merely embodies purely
    • entirely alone would never develop human speech — human speech
    • are quite alone, when we are thrown back entirely on ourselves, that
    • become critical of merely external representations and judgments, and
    • nowhere for people merely to say: “In order to bring healing
    • For what matters to-day is not merely to believe in the spirit, but
    • wax so strong in human souls that it does not merely find expression
    • further warning not to think merely of belief in the spirit, but to
    • light of the spirit, and not merely keep on talking about the
    • preacher of the worldly sort has merely spoken in a better style than
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    • place is he concerned to enquire whether the latter is merely
    • the whole of scientific method — so to call it — purely
    • illustrate by outer drawings, we might equally well imagine purely in
    • things purely in the mind, using the crutches of outer illustration
    • Spun as they are purely out of ourselves, the concepts which we gain
    • and simple), that I could calculate, purely in thought. Not so when a
    • kinematical phenomena can still take place entirely within a space of
    • confuse what can still be seen in purely mathematical ways, and what
    • moment we take leave of things which we can settle purely in the
    • — herein we find the purely centric forces working, working
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    • how in our study of Nature we have upon the one hand the purely
    • is surely significant that all the truths we thus derive by thought
    • computed or what is purely spatial or kinematical. Indeed we need
    • into the realm of outer, empirical, purely physical experience. We
    • life of soul — we must not reckon merely with the ponderable
    • light works purely and simply as light, not only do we lose nothing
    • the rainbow in their proper order. We take the fact, purely and
    • following. We will remain purely within the given facts. Kindly
    • and simply taking what is given, purely from what you see you have
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    • to begin with, make their appearance purely and simply as phenomena
    • be a space — all this is remaining purely within the given
    • Where I should otherwise merely get the image extending from red to
    • this effect be due? How shall I answer this question, purely from the
    • present us with a merely phoronomical conception, remote from the
    • given realities. They put a merely fancied activity in place of what
    • outward into space the stimulus which it receives. Surely we ought to
    • surely the nerve which senses the light. Yet it is insensitive to
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    • Friends, in modern time. The phenomena have not merely been observed
    • and stated purely as phenomena, as we have been endeavouring to do.
    • surely be less illumined by reflected light than when the two mirrors
    • rather devastating thought might occur to him, for surely while these
    • a great difference there is between taking the phenomena purely as
    • no proof that it is really there. All that is purely kinematical or
    • phoronomical in these conceptions are merely thought by us, and so is
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    • is not merely the quotient of s and t. Numerically,
    • mean now, a phenomenon that takes its course purely within the light.
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    • displacement. Surely this is wrong. For even if I fix my gaze on this
    • notion of a merely abstract space to the kind of space that is not
    • have lost the faculty of focusing attention purely and simply on the
    • fall towards them, has been conceived entirely in Newton's sense,
    • adding something to the given fact; you are no longer purely and
    • more unaccustomed to state the phenomena purely, yet upon this all
    • depends. For if we do not state the phenomena purely and simply, but
    • together. My task is not merely to describe what I see; I have to
    • example two other lines arise, purely by the effect of the
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    • the right becomes green. It becomes green just as a purely white
    • prove to be totally diverse organs. This surely is significant and
    • achievement. You know that if you merely rub a surface with your
    • dint of purely mechanical work the water will have gained in
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    • Nature in purely materialistic ways, — not to approach Nature
    • hand all that which we do not merely think out in our own inner
    • said, outward realities can never be merely spatial, or
    • s is merely spatial while the n is a mere number.
    • is merely quantitative. In the theory of sound, in acoustics
    • effects of the vibrations — effects that are merely
    • to apply to the phenomena of sound and light? This surely would be
    • soul — which, within you and for yourselves, is surely not to
    • you here before me, I looked on all that is before me as merely
    • describe the human ear, and in a purely external sense we may aver:
    • this purely outward way of study — failing to look and see
    • from outside, but the empty space — purely to describe the
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    • current, taking place to all appearances purely within the
    • reproduced by purely inorganic methods, making electric currents by
    • they imagined — though to begin with surely there is no cause
    • the tube has reached a state no longer merely gaseous but beyond
    • surely make a hole in going through other matter. So then they
    • you how at the outset of these lectures we endeavoured in a purely
    • purely geometrical or kinematical, and as I pointed out, this also
    • warmth belongs — to a high degree at least, if not entirely
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    • think, by what they could, — namely by what was purely
    • regarded as most certain and secure, that they could most rely on,
    • only look parallel so long as I hold fast to a space that is merely
    • and including our ideas of movement purely as movement, but not
    • in a merely symbolizing way, — in no way consistent with the
    • ideas, so that the human being does not merely stare at the
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • colour is merely an effect; nor can anybody say with certainty whether
    • pain; I have these impulses, desires, or passions.’ But surely we
    • of life there come entirely new experiences-experiences giving rise to
    • extinguished. His Ego is entirely suppressed; it is as though he were
    • a world of pictures which presents something entirely new. In the
    • experiences something entirely new.
    • condition in which he is outside his body not merely in respect of his
    • actions; he surrenders himself entirely to impressions made upon him.
    • though he had entirely changed. It is really not he himself who is
    • people, merely reflected by it. The intensely strong inner experiences
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    • physical science — which need not, however, be severely
    • not a subject for further investigation. The question is rarely asked
    • kind occurs only rarely, everyone knows that it does occur; it is when
    • that speaking and acting during sleep rarely occur. The influence that
    • forth, merely echo on within him, then he is given over to his
    • life not merely to stand gazing at the tapestry of the sense-world but
    • Soul operates when we are merely gazing at the things of the external
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    • particular but merely to point out that certain observations led
    • attention entirely from the outer world, to shut out the impressions
    • of physical science makes a purely external study of the marvelous
    • entirely from those of normal consciousness.
    • side is still known and that merely as tradition. The pupils were
    • into his own inner self. They were able to see not merely surfaces of
    • speaks purely to the intellect, can be a Thread of Ariadne, helping us
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    • for men to be conscious that they must not merely rely upon what flows
    • who would be liable to take for reality what is merely a reflection,
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    • actually in normal life the moment never comes when merely through
    • ordinary life in a form less purely spiritual. Nevertheless, their
    • necessary, not merely in the pupil's outer actions, but in those
    • ultimately to inherit. Nor does he merely inherit them; in a certain
    • etheric body, astral body, and so on, this is merely an indication.
    • body than merely stating that it is one member of man's being. The
    • the Earth's evolution he was in an entirely different environment,
    • subjected himself entirely. Unless the individual had submitted his
    • Ego entirely to his teacher he would never have been able to tread the
    • that their aim was to surrender the self entirely to the being they
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    • descending into his inner being, a man becomes almost entirely filled
    • helpers of the priest of Hermes. — This is said merely to
    • entirely in keeping with the development of the peoples living there
    • today, but in an entirely decadent form. As a rule in such societies
    • only a last and moreover entirely misunderstood echo of acts once
    • realities what in the physical world are merely qualities. We
    • picture not merely twelve zodiacal constellations, but Beings,
    • actually categories of Beings, and not merely seven planets, but
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    • it would of course be possible to speak of these worlds not merely for
    • different people may give entirely different accounts of the
    • criticised too severely, for it is a perfectly natural tendency in
    • life difficult, to something that he has entirely forgotten but is
    • will everywhere find evidence of an attitude that is entirely opposed
    • manifestation, it is merely the manifestation of one incarnation. The
    • account merely of his present incarnation, so do we only come to know
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    • on waking in the morning must not be imagined as though the Ego merely
    • actually experience the moment when we do not merely possess higher
    • will surely come but it must be achieved by practising a certain
    • independent. Today we have been learning about a path entirely in
  • 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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    • In the present epoch of evolution man is not obliged to rely only upon
    • future he will have to rely upon this, the laws of evolution will then
    • purely intellectual development deadens feeling and emotion? Hence
    • those who out of certain primitive feelings — which are entirely
    • thinking serves merely as a preparation, as training. The validity of
    • thinking of the heart although outwardly they often seem to be purely
    • pain. We must not merely look at ugliness in such a way that it has no
    • translate it into logical thoughts. But logical thoughts are merely
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    • a stage of evolution entirely devoid of intellect we should have to go
    • entirely in accordance with what has previously been said, namely that
    • not merely in spatial juxtaposition but according to their value as
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    • etheric body leaves it at death. It then becomes subject to purely
    • entirely to physical and chemical laws; it follows these only when it
    • death; the latter then becomes subject to purely physical and chemical
    • bodies. Hence it must be obvious to us that there is not merely a
    • Entirely different conditions must have prevailed at that time.
    • to entirely different conditions. We have heard that even when
    • ancient organ. In an entirely different form it was already in
    • higher worlds, not merely the thinking man but also the man of feeling
    • Spiritual Science are given not merely in order to spread knowledge
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    • are investigated purely as phenomena, as far as possible
    • even if we go beyond purely materialistic thinking, is
    • out of purely human experience, out of the experience of
    • beyond the purely inner experience and investigate the body
    • experience purely inwardly, and subject the body by itself to
    • science of the body. We have to start with our purely inner
    • method. Likewise we have to start with our purely mystical soul
    • purely in the spirit. However paradoxical it may appear to
    • work is purely spiritual, are employed. Years of inner work are
    • spirit-soul sphere which in the first instance is of a purely
    • above the purely natural spheres. But in the
    • after death, where it has a purely spiritual being for its
    • roots in the ground. The tree cannot be seen entirely, for the
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    • great unconscious sphere of purely material atoms and
    • their processes, the purely physical foundation of existence.
    • would have no more value than the unconscious world of purely
    • to touch upon this today, for a merely outward scientific
    • You can see a characteristic of human experience purely from
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    • purely spiritual world before it descended into the physical
    • eternal in the human soul. And we no longer merely rely on our
    • what happens in sleep when consciousness is not lost but merely
    • knowledge to art. Knowledge does not merely assume an outward
    • have created, this purely mechanistic life that has made our
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    • has merely within the human soul. In the world around us we can
    • entirely different picture can be seen if a soul still on the earth forms
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    • rightly understood, not erroneous but entirely proper. Moreover, if
    • their ideal purely by intensification of a life spent in peace and
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    • science, through purely spiritual observation, we go farther back
    • became the merely theoretical epistemological contrast between the
    • of its own needs knowledge henceforth strove for the “purely
    • But what is this purely objective? It is no longer what nature was to
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    • three-dimensional space (or merely dimensional space, if he thinks of
    • back, until it disappeared entirely, was once a real and concrete
    • that merely because of his being human the geometrical elements
    • Let us look at the true process, rather than the merely illusionary
    • taking place purely in abstract schemes of thought, when I find
    • external process into Descartes’ purely artificial space
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    • thinking in general, entirely divorced from human experience. This
    • explanation, that he merely said: I start out from place, time,
    • merely draw a triangle but was conscious of the fact that, while he
    • be the object of study. He could not view it as dead in a purely
    • it in a personal sphere. Newton at first proceeded from a purely
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    • constant oscillation between continuity and atomism. This merely
    • with the world. We merely think of various ways in which we might
    • to the inanimate; i.e., from continuity to atomism. This was entirely
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    • viewed as merely the effects of the things upon man, as inward
    • purely mathematical-mechanistic form of motion for what is supposed
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    • exact science might show that it is not purely figurative, but be
    • merely thought out, even if Galileo was dealing with things that can
    • indeed say that we are entirely outside the movement and must orient
    • merely external observation whether he is running or the ground
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    • entirely, and a new spirit emerges, the spirit of Copernicus and
    • the physical and chemical elements and merely observed the outer
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    • function merely as a science that observes outer nature. During the
    • however, that with our conscious experience, we are entirely outside
    • the object. We are not involved in it in any way when we merely watch
    • nothing about a body if we merely indicate its change of position,
    • times. He stands atop this purely mechanical world, the grave of all
    • recent times in a merely documentary fashion. Rather, I wanted to
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    • aspects of our life. To indicate to you in a merely preliminary way
    • the purely physical view of heat no foundation is laid for the real
    • such a reference point then we would establish not merely the
    • reference point within ourselves, it would necessitate an entirely
    • theorize. I will do so in a sketchy way with the object merely of
    • mass concepts are brought in, at this moment, we cannot rely on
    • of brightness, and that the colors as such remained entirely
    • not define it. This requires us to adopt an entirely different
    • motion and we have merely transformation of observable motion into
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    • then it becomes a matter of great importance that entirely different
    • left to itself. Only when we go beyond the merely earthly relations
    • that purely from the facts, without any historical help, we are going
    • water, then it was not merely under the earthly laws but
    • bodies, in water, spring not merely from the earth, but from the
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    • increase in temperature only when the melting has entirely finished,
    • entirely in the line. The matter is otherwise when we consider the
    • considered equally well as a purely arithmetical or geometrical fact.
    • entirely to the rod. This, however, is impossible. The consequence of
    • cannot be expressed as a solid. In purely mathematical space, it is
    • as different entirely in its nature from space quantities. You must
    • formula. There is such a possibility in purely mathematical formulae.
    • you are dealing, at the start, with a conceived triangle. Since merely
    • The physicist Crookes approached this subject from entirely different
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    • purely and simply mechanical facts. These mechanical occurrences are,
    • its influence. Since the perception of heat is alleged to be purely a
    • measurement of the second power has to be thought of as entirely
    • entirely similar fashion when we consider a temperature condition. The
    • space to other relations than the purely spatial relations.”
    • physicist announces that he explains all phenomena by means of purely
    • Electricity would be known not merely by its effects, but like light
    • before yourself in thought something which belongs entirely in the
    • That act is entirely outside of your consciousness. You are not aware
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    • the realm of the mathematical concepts. In so far as they are purely
    • feelings as human beings prevent us from reaching this stage of purely
    • space, and on the other hand, we have a soul process which is entirely
    • remove it entirely from the realm of space. In other spheres we do not
    • description of the Saturn and Sun states. There you will find purely
    • kinematical sciences. Of the things experienced merely through the
    • to recite in a merely mechanical way a poem that you have learned by
    • materialism remains for him merely a theory.
    • The solid takes into itself the role of the earthly. It is entirely
    • not terrestrial. In other words, we must not merely look on the earth
    • transition to an entirely different sphere. It is very necessary to
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    • observation as practiced in natural science generally, not merely
    • modern physics. Here is a man who has built up for himself entirely
    • entirely in the modern spirit, deals with physics. He begins the very
    • merely to overhaul our view of the world in its conceptual aspect, but
    • really physical terms and not merely in mathematical terms, which
    • the things which today are taken into account only rarely. Naturally
    • purely mechanical and the acoustical energies. Indeed, when we leave
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    • whether this heat has been entirely transformed into the up and down
    • complete inaction. I am merely repeating Eduard von Hartmann's own
    • space, I am still not entirely certain but that this empty space is
    • merely the prick of the needle and the reaction of the skin and
    • placing the whole process before my eyes. The process is not entirely
    • If now, I seek to advance further, at first merely through analogy, I
    • and further you finally pass entirely out of the realm of the
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    • have turned physics into entirely new channels, we think entirely
    • Mayer's paper as entirely without merit and would not publish it in
    • whose existence we at the start will merely postulate; and let us try
    • figures, one must seek for their origin in an entirely different
    • these condensations and rarefactions in a gaseous body entirely with
    • consciously as tone. Is not this way of stating the matter entirely as
    • really valid. If however, one forms a concept in which tone is merely
    • consider light merely as ether vibrations. A person thus passes from
    • which belongs to an entirely different realm; but you will see that
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    • we are obliged by force of the facts to conceive of man not entirely
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    • conviction that heat is purely motion in space. Heat is motion. We
    • must now say “heat is motion,” but in an entirely different
    • entirely leave the material world and with it three-dimensional space.
    • such a case one leaves space entirely. This sort of consideration of
    • purely materialistic way. Behind his concepts stands the materialistic
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    • apply entirely. We then have to call in what was put before you
    • the organic. But these people do not make us an entirely satisfactory
    • It is necessary for us to recognize how the purely mathematical leads
    • one. For the purely mathematical difficulty arises of itself, and
    • is too complicated, in this realm of the purely mathematical it must
    • quantities arise from purely mathematical relations, physicists do not
    • and negative signs, but only because of purely mathematical
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    • central portion of the spectrum is thereby entirely blotted out and
    • life does not manifest in the purely solid state. But, these same
    • they were within each other, not merely side by side, but actually
    • gas was once illumined within is an entirely different reality from
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • Again the purely intellectual conceptual Philosophy can attain to the
    • purely historical religion religious forms which have existed and
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    • something spiritual, entirely non-spatial, purely qualitative.
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    • ‘Eternal Man’, the human mind is led out of the purely
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    • here described as the one in which all remembered thought entirely
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    • takes it for a purely psycho-spiritual one.
    • etheric part of the Cosmos. He can never be entirely free of the
    • which will not only exist in a purely natural order like the present,
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    • is lengthy. Only think how greatly Northern Europe, merely as landscape,
    • until they are fully understood. Today, however, it will merely be
    • outside the child, surrounding the head, and was entirely primitive.
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    • pain that is involved, but merely see the event objectively. The same
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    • considers it a veritable abomination when fire is regarded not merely
    • through the sense of warmth; at first, this was purely warmth of soul,
    • even the in-haled air, and imagine that he consists only and entirely
    • are today but merely made use of the then “physical” body
    • but that this was only in preparation. All that was present was purely
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    • place prematurely. The divine Guides have always chosen the right moment.
    • philosophical thinking, the Kant-Laplace theory is an entirely intelligible
    • at birth. The beings of the cosmos are at entirely different stages
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    • person who harbors many feelings of hatred in one life will age prematurely
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    • truths; they could not be grasped merely by the intellect. A certain
    • but of living it; not merely a question of permeating wisdom with the
    • entirely permeated with wisdom, and becomes luminous. Then the
    • which man must entirely permeate himself. But it can not be of use to
    • to his lower nature and has become entirely spiritualised, then the
    • desires, with the higher nature of man: — the three purely
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    • belong, was founded. An entirely new mode of thought and feeling arose
    • acquired an entirely new significance for human consciousness.
    • the appearance, on the direct impression. It does not merely listen to
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    • Many people who today merely know the Christmas tree with its candles
    • has always been celebrated. It is not merely an outer sun festival,
    • to know should not merely know what has taken place during thousands
    • consciousness was not merely that of an individual human being, but
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • spiritual beings. So that in spiritual science we do not merely speak
    • spiritual into that world. People do not act merely according to the
    • does not merely signify the acquisition of knowledge; it signifies
    • physical principle of growth, merely pass from below upwards, but come
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    • merely to remember the experiences of another condition of
    • growing animal, at the growing man, we do not merely consider a form
    • — please take note of this — if he merely observes the
    • all the realms of nature; and not merely a general flowing wisdom, for
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    • merely immerse himself in it as at the second stage of clairvoyance,
    • into the plant-world, considering it not merely according to its
    • hear not merely the thoughts, but realise: “This phrase expressed
    • beings, but merely as separate principles, we must ascend to beings
    • we do not merely include the solid earth in the planet, but also the
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    • Third Hierarchy had an impulse, an urge, not merely to be dependent
    • telescope, you have in the form revealed to you, not merely the
    • wherever a planet is formed, on its outermost border not merely do the
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    • a purely spiritual-psychic idea, of the character of the beings of the
    • the one with the other in a purely external way. The ordinary
    • exercises a power of attraction — it is, at first, merely a sort
    • the fact that we study a man who is not merely a thinking, feeling and
    • note that we can never grasp these matters by means of merely
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    • what we may do. Just as surely as the sun exists in our other
    • call a talisman — an entirely physical talisman, which was
    • compounded in such a way that it was entirely composed of gold. This
    • natural-philosophers, who live entirely according to analogy. If one
    • judged merely from analogy one can maintain all sorts of things. There
    • All these investigators, who do not merely judge by the external,
    • must emancipate yourselves entirely from the conception of identifying
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    • offspring of the Spirits of Motion they work not merely upon the ego,
    • and sincerely face the objective facts; and this we can only do if we
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    • with a merely symbolical explanation; for what the Bible means by good
    • which resists this merely spiritual visibility: the Luciferic element
    • consider merely the abstract and theoretical; but every such
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    • merely pedantic quibbling that would put right the translation, but
    • merely to heaven or down merely to the earth when they spoke of the
    • observe how these Ten Commandments are not meant to be merely external
    • We see that what is meant is not merely an abstraction, but something
    • be followed. Since the other nations lived in an entirely different
    • take on an entirely new form, because an entirely new life was being
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    • barely perceptible, may not be overlooked and lost to mankind, and
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture I: The Path through the Gospels and The Path of Inner Experience
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    • entirely different. If we somewhat unegotistically examine what, in
    • their value from an entirely different side.”
    • consciousness of our Ego goes an entirely different way from
    • our souls we develop in an entirely different way from that in which
    • development is such that we are entirely independent of the above,
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    • in a real and not merely theoretical way, into the true, genuine
    • way. It would be an entirely false idea if we were to assume that
    • entirely different direction from that to which the progressive divine
    • Christianity told. It must be stated entirely differently.
    • learn to know the unending pains of men, which mean something entirely
    • deepest thing in his religion, will surely lead him to the Christ. We
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • human existence, we find that something entirely different existed in
    • only the soul-spiritual nature, thoughts were something entirely
    • become entirely abstract. Indeed, it can be said in a certain sense
    • entirely different from contemporary human beings in their entire life
    • Mystery of Golgotha in a manner entirely different from that of the
    • thinking had not yet been entirely paralysed, had not become entirely
    • was viewed by man as something entirely different, something obvious,
    • We can view the matter, however, from entirely different points of
    • by reason of the purely external traditions that which could no longer
    • But this would become merely external if the relation with the Christ
    • not merely an event that has laid hold upon the physical, earthly
    • that an entirely new life was to begin. It is so immensely clever to
    • the earth must have been entirely different, stones much more living
    • entirely different area what Christ said concerning the spiritual life
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • I say clarity of soul rather than merely of an intellectual nature.
    • entirely different languages of the soul. This is so to a far greater
    • heart too, and not merely thoughts. Best of all is for thoughts to
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • — merely because people feel so insecure in themselves. One
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • assimilated by the head only and is thus entirely dependent upon the
    • when they are talking about living things. They merely want to snatch
    • thinking entirely dependent upon the brain. If this is so, even
    • merely to speak about the Spirit, but out of the Spirit, to unfold
    • or even Anthroposophy — is not new, but merely the latest
    • Surely it is the same as if a surgeon in the world beyond had managed
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • different way, merely as a kind of thermometer for registering
    • should be capable of unfolding an entirely new human feeling. We only
    • do justice to the human being when we see in him an entirely new
    • development from a purely scientific point of view, entirely in line
    • only a reflection of the Spirit entirely dependent upon the physical
    • that he can find Spirit in intellectualism, which is merely the form
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • externalized content, this purely traditional content, into dogmas
    • which people were expected merely to believe, whereas formerly they
    • Imagination; the human being had to be shown the way from merely
    • being has a thinking not yet entirely dead; but in process of dying.
    • because the human being began to grasp purely inorganic laws. Now for
    • what is dead avails himself of what is merely a machine within him,
    • in regard to this purely spiritual matter — for such are moral
    • I called upon the living, the purely Spiritual Science is dead.
    • being purely spiritual. But then one must work on to discover other
    • because thinking, as I have described it, has died; when based merely
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • surely as the child, from its first movement on earth, is a human
    • merely a technical art. Pedagogics is essentially a special chapter
    • what would have been the case had we sought for solutions merely by
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • does not mean merely to lose oneself in phantastic mysticism and to
    • of someone who is to teach or educate, much goes on that is entirely
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • the souls who had argued vehemently as to the real or merely nominal
    • been entirely lost. It was at the turn of the nineteenth century that
    • centuries the feeling was entirely lost that through thought the
    • who do not merely study the course of time in an unimaginative
    • human brain; there is still something of what has since been entirely
    • described. Today we can barely imagine what can be experienced when,
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • appeared in an entirely new way. Problems must be regarded in a new
    • possible. We try to separate it entirely from the personal. Such a
    • entirely apart from the personal only leads to the worst sides of the
    • etheric body, only farther from it. Finally we entirely lose the path
    • allows us to perceive something more than merely the human physical
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • arts what today has become entirely abstract and scientific, namely,
    • emphasis is no longer placed on what the old become merely by growing
    • systematized botany (and many books are entirely given over to
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • as though the head were entirely choked up so that it lets nothing
    • merely as a head. For joined to the head there is always the rest of
    • such things have been entirely lost. At most a man, who not twenty
    • teacher consists in bringing the children not merely to our degree of
    • characterize our epoch. Intellectuality is no longer merely in our
    • the beating of their heart again and not merely add something to
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • must not merely translate into our language what was formerly
    • to us entirely spiritual which are misunderstood today. We
    • civilization to which I referred yesterday, felt it as entirely
    • reins and gradually becomes entirely superfluous. It would hardly be
    • Pedagogics is not enough if it makes the teacher or educator merely
    • the teacher merely clever is not of the right kind; the right kind of
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • of energy simply means that science has entirely barred the way
    • leading to man. There the dragon has entirely devoured human nature.
    • merely an ancient picture but that it has reached the highest degree
    • shows us that what is material on earth does not merely pass through
    • people would prefer entirely to eliminate livingness. What is
    • not merely experience what can be perceived by the senses but
    • must once again be able to follow a purely spiritual Being who is not
    • merely carry away in your heads what I have said here, and ponder
    • what I have ventured to say to you not be carried away merely in your
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    • ourselves from merely personal interests. Moreover, we will gain an
    • call the Angeloi, the Angels. If we merely wish to show an analogy we
    • may say: these beings, although their form is entirely different from
    • entirely of those forces within us which strive to pass beyond our
    • Now you may well imagine that it is entirely in the interest of the
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    • If we focus our attention upon the head formation, from a purely
    • entirely wrong to look for a uniform evolutionary history of the whole
    • in the general life of the organism. If the head were simply to rely
    • possible gradually to rise to a knowledge which does not merely live
    • inspiration; it is of purely Ahrimanic character. To the obscuring of
    • does not see, on the one hand, merely the spirit-soul element, living
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    • the Christ. This is an entirely personal matter. But through the fact
    • content of our intelligence which merely comprises thoughts and images
    • deception in so far as we consider something a reality which merely
    • see; we merely see the mineral. The real human beings that are sitting
    • of the fact that were we as human beings merely to surrender ourselves
    • merely beautiful used by Lucifer in order to fascinate and blind human
    • longer indulge in the cultivation of the merely beautiful. This would
    • ideals have not real content, they are merely sounding words, for
    • thinking we have merely the image of reality. Thinking would be of no
    • if thinking were not merely an image. We must become conscious of the
    • substance, but merely image. We shall take substance out of other and
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    • with respect to his purely bodily evolution, undergoes a
    • mechanically — merely as an inner nervousness, if I may use the
    • nature said something entirely different, as if outer nature demanded
    • entirely unnoticed. We are drawn into the web of these forces. But if
    • between truths that are arrived at purely upon the basis of external
    • this is a purely Luciferic element. I have described it to you
    • mathematics — this is the purely Ahrimanic element, which arises
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    • act — or, rather, think — without prejudice, merely as
    • — who is great, however, merely through the graces of his
    • consists of body and soul do not know that their concept is merely the
    • know that they are merely following a church law. They believe they
    • consisting of body and soul, whereas in truth they merely follow the
    • but merely the human physical self.
    • through school and through life, in the concepts which are merely
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • purely physical aspect, the human ether body is essentially engaged in
    • merely sense perceptions, but also the spiritual element. It must
    • coarse and clumsy, indeed, which maintain that the outer world merely
    • acts upon us and we, in turn, merely react upon it. In reality, there
    • instance, in the ancient Hebrew doctrine. We must learn not merely to
    • merely materially and, further, if we do not “think into it”
    • must supplement the purely egotistical conception of post-existence,
    • which springs merely from our longing to exist after death, by the
    • and have the after-image which ebbs away. Is that merely a subjective
    • which does not merely take place within me, but which takes place in
    • accustomed to see in it. We must entirely cease to believe that merely
    • begin to recognize that that which today is sensed as a merely
    • light in the same manner, purely materially, throughout the millennia
    • soul-spirited element: this is what matters. If we describe purely
    • “special fluid,” it is merely a fluid whose chemical
    • entirely wrong. It we compare the state of nerves of modern mankind
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    • they are in our midst, but we are separated from them merely through
    • merely lead a sensual-egotistical life will, out of a healthy feeling,
    • such a way that we do not merely think of him with abstract thoughts
    • merely through the fact that we dream away our feelings and sleep away
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    • relate merely to material things; for this is not true, it is mere
    • him to work into human life not merely from the super-earthly
    • this very seriously. For the departed one it is not merely a question
    • answer to this in a more abstract form: Mankind today must rely on its
    • they do not do, because human beings must rely on their freedom. The
    • offers complete proof of the fact that people have entirely forgotten
    • publication is written entirely from the standpoint of the modern
    • although entirely honest in his field, is thoroughly limited in his
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    • is especially important also not to remain entirely oblivious
    • entirely inadequate methods of cognition? These are
    • post mortem influence upon Nietzsche had an entirely different
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    • — without going into details, but merely mentioning them,
    • his subconsciousness man is connected with an entirely
    • crossed, man and his soul are no longer in merely material
    • of darkness were below, so he came into an entirely different
    • which extends beyond the individual in a purely individual
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    • and joy, of pleasure or pain, perhaps entirely forgotten, but
    • remain entirely within the confines of our mental life there is
    • seems to us a merely grotesque performance, something the
    • Christ in an entirely false way. That was quite natural. It
    • learn to manage our ether body, and it is entirely natural
    • this prison is the more securely fastened by the fact that we
    • in an entirely different, undreamed-of realm. Those who always
    • this life entirely innocent. It will be made up to them later.
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    • constitution is merely an adjunct of the sensory and nervous
    • of conscience. That is to be taken simply, entirely as
    • entirely different world. It goes over into the world from
    • you see anything if you merely consider the fact that a woman
    • heart; and when they are pressed out prematurely and enter the
    • use today. And diagnoses based upon purely external evidence
    • The liver has an entirely different relation to the outer
    • system to that of warmth, being entirely formed out of that
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    • We know that since the great Atlantean Catastrophe, which entirely
    • which man, as it were, appeared entirely in the physical world, so
    • not characterise such a real initiate otherwise — not merely one
    • individuality, such a soul-being as that of Abraham, was not merely
    • remember this present incarnation. It is merely a question of
    • merely humoristic, but something which shows what a deep basis of
    • understand [verstehen] such a word. We not merely feel ourselves as a
    • before father Abraham. When we cannot merely say: I and father Abraham
    • character of cosmic mysteries must stand entirely on the standpoint
    • employed, one did not merely mean something external, physical, but a
    • thorough idealists, express themselves entirely in a materialistic
    • we learn to speak a language, which is really not merely understood by
    • speech which cannot merely be understood here in the physical world,
    • for all were clairvoyant. It is not merely a matter of being
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    • of which can be important for our life. One does not merely serve the
    • merely because the material and content of the Gospels should be
    • be taken, that he did not merely have inwardly, in that which
    • body had to be created through purely physical heredity for him who
    • being, shone entirely inwardly. One did not have to investigate so far
    • which merely come from within. I will prepare myself to turn my gaze
    • did not lie purely in the blood. The carrying over of these faculties
    • purely spiritual streams, were, for instance, perceptible to a
    • have remained, purely externally, in writing, through tradition.
    • as, in general, in old Hebraic writings, originally, purely in the
    • till the age of seven, then the already definite forms merely enlarge,
    • previous generation. Everything cannot develop all at once merely in
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    • did not merely sound in this word what sounds in it today; a more or
    • Whoever goes sincerely to work, cannot understand anything when it is
    • there is a man. A third — another one, etc. But we have merely
    • conditions, when this being moved purely spiritually, the writer of
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    • experiences securely in his inner being is not made safe from
    • than Descartes later, (who after all only merely repeated St.
    • merely as an abstract life but as a real concrete life in the
    • talking of Mystery-knowledge and not merely giving forth
    • and entirely with that of the Roman Catholic Church. Only the
    • who, in a purely natural materialistic ordering, seek a firm
    • Science; the Soldier most easily a believer not merely of
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    • merely cause and effect, effect and cause are incorporated, so
    • — if man could but fully see himself and not merely feel
    • arrangements on Earth were Divine arrangements. You need merely
    • merely produced by a sequence of births, on the Principle of
    • limits itself merely to an external Ordering of Nature. We must
    • his own Country say: Bentham put forward this purely devilish
    • “Bentham's sentence is purely of the devil, because in
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    • means whereby they could save themselves and be no longer entirely
    • from their lowest stages entirely on the earth.
    • no inventions and discoveries. They worked in an entirely different
    • does not merely allow what is already there to work upon him, but
    • physical structure of man took its start (man was formerly purely
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture II - The Argonaut Saga and the Odyssey
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    • insight into the purposes of the world-ruler. A purely intellectual
    • The first periods of purely external physical culture were brought
    • before the initiates as the temptations of purely worldly arts,
    • merely cunning and clever would never find the right way. He must
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture III - The Sigfried Saga
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    • ‘Nibelungenhort’ (the treasure of the Nibelungs) is merely a
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    • own evolution entirely on earth; they underwent it in part on other
    • root-race there had to come a halt, guidance had to be entirely
    • warrior to the second. After that come the castes which follow purely
    • specific law. To-day I will merely say that evolution takes place in
    • guidance is entirely in the hands of the priests In the second
    • during the fourth sub-race that we find purely worldly kings, kings
    • purely worldly rulership.
    • pontoi pilatoi”, which means merely “in compressed
    • mystical fact comprehends not merely mystical content, but a mystical
    • For the fifth root-race music will be not merely art, but the means of
    • expression for quite other things than the purely artistic. Here is
    • ancient priestly rulership. The rulership is replaced by the purely
    • purely worldly cleverness, it ensnares Laocoon, the priest, the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture II: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • entirely new way of life, to a new perception, a new awareness. The
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • the spaces of the world and what they contain is merely a reflection
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    • from purely spiritual sources of existence. What is so important in
    • operative in the spiritual world. Something that is not merely outer
    • comfortably, merely passes through the world, but he does not work on
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    • wisdom knew that these were merely different names for one and the
    • allowed their ‘I’ merely to dream out eternally if they
    • existence of merely outer warmth. They said to themselves: I must
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    • imagine that the interior of our Sun to-day is also merely a sort of
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    • which for the lovers of the abstract, is merely an idea, but which is
    • a description of our solar system, if one sincerely and honestly
    • scientifically quite honest. For later on, by purely physical
    • is not merely a physical system, it is one which was still derived
    • observes in a merely physical way.’ Formerly that was done, but
    • merely physical standpoints were taken into account in relation to
    • system, seeing in it only what the purely physical senses can
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    • possess merely a physical, etheric and astral body, but an Angel also
    • indeed as entirely regular, but the processes of development always
    • as physical men, represent merely Maya. To-morrow we shall begin by
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    • in the abstract about purely material metamorphoses in relation to
    • Saturn not merely as a material globe, for we know that it had
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    • anyone who is merely a scientist had listened to these lectures, he
    • would have surely held this audience for something other than an
    • give, to bring sacrifices, than merely to store up for oneself all
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    • thoughts, for these will entirely lose their importance in three or
    • Christianity, did he rely on its teaching? Look at the Apostle Paul!
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    • the womb of time, but also for that which surely and certainly will
    • can wait for results, the occasions on which we have merely to wait
    • region where today our sight and intellect apprehend merely darkness
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    • entirely to the experiences of the day, following the elasticity of
    • life and in which he does something entirely different from the
    • real belief in the force of the spiritual worlds. For purely
    • life in the inner world. We experience an entirely new kind of life;
    • There is an entirely different life, life in the spiritual world; a
    • we are not merely in an abstract sense devoted to our physical bodies
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    • that many people were then able not merely to perceive physical,
    • world. This holds good not merely for the external sense world, but
    • by man, as the result of an unrighteous act, was entirely different
    • simple matter as to involve merely a transition from the Saturn
    • must remember that it was not merely for the sake of man that the
    • future holds is entirely the result of the present and so present
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    • comparable to the substance of which Old Saturn was entirely
    • development arose. If anyone falls into a purely oriental way of
    • entirely different spiritual being upon Indra, who is himself
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    • the Godhead found in it not merely an image of itself, but was able
    • merely of ether but just as the etheric, the astral and the ‘I’
    • initiation, look into a region where Jehovah was not merely an idea,
    • was merely alluded to and very few people had a clear idea of it at
    • initiation, so that he not merely feels the Christ mystically within
    • in spiritual images or thought pictures; so the Christ is not merely
    • being within man's inner nature, a purely earthly being such as he
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    • entirely in the physical body, but was still outside and received the
    • body when it is entirely concealed within it, but at all times; it
    • would not have called that which is breathed in and out merely
    • In respect to fire and air, man's vision has been entirely
    • existed a consciousness that things will one day entirely change and
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    • prototype, which was entirely woven of and irradiated by the soul of
    • be entirely hidden from the eyes of man. This highest reality was
    • had entirely withdrawn from them. And Bel, the god who as creator of
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture IX
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    • Being who as is natural, at first remains entirely concealed from
    • in nowise merely a teacher. He is a Being who desires to be
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • the world from a purely human angle, he does not take his point of
    • above. At the same time he sees what is merely nature beneath him; it
    • When we no longer merely perceive matter but take the
    • and the theory of knowledge has been most horribly jumbled. Merely
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • lecture we merely enumerated them, though in a manner gleaned from
    • even merely blinking, the astral current in the organism moves in the
    • absurdities resulting from purely materialistic explanations. No,
    • actually occurs only in smelling. In the other cases it is merely
    • feeling. That is the real process of tasting; the rest is merely an
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • longer be dealing merely with a sense perception but with a judgment,
    • are still higher, purely spiritual senses, but let them here be
    • merely mentioned.
    • What we see before us in observing a human being merely
    • merely modified in the case of each organ as occasion demands. At
    • erroneous it is to set up a relationship inferred from purely
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    • into a sea of errors when its approach to external matters is purely
    • misled. It regards the human countenance as something merely
    • scientists' imagination. Animals have no memory; they merely manifest
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • original is little known in Germany and entirely unfamiliar to
    • cycle, she would surely approve of omitting it in the translation.
    • love or hate hides in many kinds of soul experiences, that is merely
    • misconceptions; they start from entirely false premises. In many
    • the purely psychic state of affairs, we must concede that man lives
    • world, the conception of the ego can never possibly be created merely
    • during sleep at night. The ego conception ceases entirely, of course,
    • ego in visualizations apply only to our waking life. They merely
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • however, is an entirely different matter. The perception of the ego
    • made, and the whole thing was changed to present an entirely
    • he was a regular good-for-nothing, one from whom surely nothing could
    • that was not himself. Conceptions rumbled there that derived entirely
    • boredom. It is merely a matter of the conceptions having desires
    • It is brought about when the old conceptions persist not merely as
    • purely spatial to something that moves in time, that becomes,
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
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    • the phenomena of love and hate. Thus the soul is entirely filled by
    • during which we merely stare unseeing and one to which we give our
    • search for truth renders us ever more humble. Yet if man were merely
    • ill adapted to definitions. We are merely endeavoring to describe
    • but merely certain modifications, certain objects of desire. Then
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • understand the truth. We encounter an entirely different soul force
    • define the word but will merely characterize. If you approach the
    • was lived purely in the life of the present; now it emerges, faces
    • exclusively in the etheric body; it is merely the entire etheric body
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • first volume. Brentano prided himself on proceeding from a purely
    • latter drew from another source entirely. It is not necessary to
    • in a purely spiritual world. In Aristotle there is no thought of a
    • merely to create the spirit as such, but rather, to create it in such
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • completely hidden from man, perceptible only after he had entirely
    • new energies but merely became more and more complicated in the plant
    • built up man out of a combination and co-operation of purely physical
    • object are identical. The image is not the object, but purely
    • merely such reflections of the outer world.” Then you are not
    • spiritual world, and that merely by penetrating to truth and living
    • merely an outward projection of the unreal world of thought.
    • is merely an image reflected outward, and is incapable of forming the
    • the error would be comparatively easy to explain. It is merely a
    • elaborated in many lectures if it were not to be merely sketched. The
    • disappears. What is purely spiritual comes into view, disclosing
    • Frohschammer must be regarded entirely as a representative of Western
    • merely formal but actual. It must be an imagination immanent in the
    • Here, as you see, is a man who speaks sincerely and
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • will bear this purely arbitrary device in mind he should not be
    • what is merely false to allegorical conceptions such as we have
    • outset we lack entirely. By doing this we learn to form allegorical
    • is possible, as you can gather from ordinary life. I will merely
    • itself, but merely kept wanting to experience desires and emotions —
    • consciousness — not merely as knowledge but as an event, a
    • such power of self-observation as to enable us not merely to will
    • focus our attention on the imaginative world, in order not merely to
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • merely psychic phenomena and enters regions that, in view of their
    • capable of bringing to light out of the spiritual worlds, but merely
    • entered this imaginative world. Considered purely in appearance, this
    • tree frog. The appearance of this world depends entirely upon
    • The phenomena are entirely objective, but they can be
    • really purely a matter of the feelings for yourself. It is a common
    • imaginatively depends entirely upon his soul. The point is that we
    • depends merely upon whether the dome of the sky towers above us, the
    • spiritual world. In a purely technical way we can achieve perception
    • depends on your development, that process will rarely show you to
    • in which he is “imprisoned,” surely not because this
    • independently what has been merely suggested. In such independent
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • Surely there can be nothing more dreary and at the same time more
    • and the Divine Spirit. The body is connected with purely material
  • Title: Lecture: Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
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    • life; they did not belong entirely to the material world but neither,
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • soul undergoes in these spirit-depths of the earth is entirely hidden
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    • Nertus became an entirely feminine principle. Just as the Archangel
    • merely additional designations for Nertus, as is the Scandinavian
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • amounts simply to intellectual analysis and a purely physical
    • the moon, and the like, can be predicted. But it is a purely
    • consciousness. A true conception of these things is rarely in evidence
    • That the revelation should have been from two sides is entirely in
    • time went on, men strove more and more to understand it through purely
    • Our outer, sense-given knowledge, conveyed as it is merely through
  • Title: Lecture: The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
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    • conception of Unborn-ness it is not possible to rely upon such
    • that the forces around them in a purely spiritual environment were
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • must not merely accept the facts communicated to us, but try to a
    • for the soul to do more than merely ascend stage by stage as though up
    • earth. The soul is not merely guided from one incarnation to another
    • been uttered by human lips, 2,500 years ago, entirely fails to
    • state of man as regards this attribute of his, not entirely with him.
    • was not merely to teach, the intellectual soul, but to form it.
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • enough merely to acquire this knowledge as a general conviction
    • point in question is not merely that one should acquire the conviction
    • sufficient merely to know that there is a great law of destiny
    • entirely new outlook on life. That is why we will to-day give a little
    • valueless. A knowledge of the soul is acquired when we do not merely
    • sufficient merely to affirm that a remedy will have such and such an
    • and reflect: there it is surely possible to have a feeling of real,
    • nature, prematurely old, for the very core of their being is killed.
    • does not suffice merely to write a little book entitled ‘There is
    • how the salvation, even of the physical life, of the purely external
    • being, merely asserting that the spiritual is the fruit of the
    • know why it is that we do not satisfy ourselves with merely reading
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • descent from one generation to the next — were based entirely on
    • became an entirely different being from what he would have been if
    • own impulses. He would otherwise have remained entirely dependent upon
    • living soul had merely remained as it was, man would have had to wait
    • between good and evil, instead of merely instinctively following the
    • divine qualities within him prematurely. In this way and through this
    • merely human one, it was as though the Gods had been at work behind
    • perception, is entirely given up to the physical world. That age began
    • consciousness. They were then able, not merely to make use of the
    • for another, not merely as a feeling of justice such as is produced by
    • can be attained during the first half of our century by purely human
    • uncomprehended. For if men so entirely reject Spiritual Science that
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 4: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • less describe an astral body so far developed that it does not merely
    • we do not merely study the history of the world from external
    • undergoes a complete modification. It must be entirely re-modeled, so
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    • or woman, but of what constitutes a man or a woman, which is merely
    • These things can at first merely be hinted at, but if you allow them
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    • about by ourselves in the spiritual world. It is a purely
    • time, while the European culture developed it prematurely; but the
    • just because it had prematurely developed the ego in the very dawn of
    • had prematurely taken up the ego-consciousness?
    • Northern Europe had prematurely developed the ego in the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • the impressions of the outer physical world, to one entirely
    • This does not merely come from the limitations of a narrow soul, but
    • prove that none of the other records of a purely historical nature
    • purely from an external standpoint, the sort of observation practised
    • hold? He formed the concept of a purely Spiritual Christ, who can
    • considered as a purely Spiritual Being, should have been present in a
    • the Christ-concept of St. Paul is a purely spiritual one, simply
    • documents. These however, considered from a purely material
    • obtain a purely abstract idea, which in itself might be contradicted?
    • among us. We will not merely study books written centuries ago, but
    • individuals, but in the living spirit; who do not merely talk about H.
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    • divine was understood merely as something abstract in the whole of
    • were the case, such a view would be entirely unanthroposophical.
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    • entirely on the earth, a man's astral body could never be
    • is not meant as an attack upon the Monistic Union. It is merely a
    • physical world merely have the effect of making us shut ourselves
    • The meaning here is entirely different. The same
    • In pursuing spiritual science we are not merely elaborating theories
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    • people will come to us, whereas forceful propaganda merely puts
    • still involved in earthly matters is not entirely severed. We still
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    • waiting, the more surely will the perception come and the truer will
    • feel entirely at one with him. We know exactly how we are related to
    • earthly existence. The cloud of visions that envelops us is entirely
    • the rank of a Being merely by the word, but only by knowledge of the
    • impression of being merely allegorical. In the guide books we are
    • the usual. Unfortunately, in life love is all too often entirely
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    • is still entirely bound up with the earthly world. The wishes,
    • condition rightly and sense it from the heart, we should not merely
    • merely mean to create future obstacles in one's path.
    • practical way. Here materialism and spirituality do not merely
    • understood and lived in anthroposophy, not merely acquired an
    • not merely have an egotistical significance. It may also be of
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    • thinking nor by willing, but can surrender to what is purely felt.
    • This depends entirely on inner relationships and has nothing to do
    • might feel that had he sailed he surely would have been drowned! That
    • You might say that surely this is of no importance. For the outer
    • the grouping is purely according to religious confession and
    • because this indicates that it is not merely a matter of the content
    • that severs us from the purely human.
    • That accounts for the fact that astrologers do not merely consider
    • Then man will not know merely as a result of abstract ideas and the
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    • gathering for such work is not merely the pursuit of an “ideal”
    • arise? Surely the one follows more or less what may be termed a
    • life. Man lives purely in the spiritual world when he has gone
    • of you here and by all the people outside. Man then did not merely
    • from within. Therefore, today the soul that relies merely on the
    • Thus it is possible to study the causes of illnesses on a purely
    • when he turns his spiritual gaze to souls who have died prematurely
    • picture, not merely the small segment between birth and death. For
    • Bernoulli family in whom there were eight mathematicians! Surely that
    • oneself in this way is not destruction. It merely represents an
    • also follows it who merely feels a longing to hear something about
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    • Earthly life is not merely a transitional stage. It has a mission. It
    • One might well say that supposing all this to be true, surely one
    • to rely entirely on being read to by people close to them. Only such
    • Today anthroposophists still conceive of many tasks that lie merely
    • after death depend entirely on the groups that were formed before
    • are exceedingly complex and cannot be merely thought out
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    • merely come from outside.
    • real devotion providing his karma does not entirely preclude it.
    • instance, when a person dies prematurely as a result of an accident
    • virtue of the fact that the forces of souls who have died prematurely
    • cast off prematurely, flow upwards to the spiritual world.
    • prematurely, he thereby becomes a servant of the beings of the higher
    • rely on such souls to send forces for the healing and redemption of
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    • entirely at an end. This does not preclude the fact that it is within
    • trivial or important aims. How much in life merely remains at the
    • the Moon sphere into the Mercury sphere; I am speaking entirely from
    • planetary system. It was entirely in keeping with the facts that Mars
    • has Mars become entirely a planet of peace. That process will still
    • image of the cosmos in himself, not merely that of the earth. It is a
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    • in science it remains merely an ideal to grasp the reality of life.
    • consciousness is not lost; one merely becomes lonely. In the higher
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    • existence after death, since they surely can wait and see what
    • dwell merely among such pictures in the Akasha Chronicle.
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    • in ordinary life is merely a flow of words: people think in words,
    • Science purely by tracing the course of philosophic evolution.
    • real thoughts, but merely a flow of words, and if one speaks to them
    • for him, is merely speaking; hence there is no sense in studying
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    • entirely clear about many things that we discussed in the last
    • rarely would this be conceded to-day.
    • maintained that general concepts had no reality, but were merely
    • Realists did, that the Three Persons formed not merely an imaginary
    • entirely correct; but when we come to the single animal in relation
    • to its genus, Realism is entirely correct. For it is impossible for a
    • this kind. Leibnitz had got beyond the prejudice that anything merely
    • of entry. There is not merely one conception of the world that can be
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    • merely leads us away from looking into the depths of our own soul,
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    • the brain remains entirely unconscious. But an occult researcher must
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    • in ordinary life is merely a flow of words: people think in words,
    • Science purely by tracing the course of philosophic evolution.
    • real thoughts, but merely a flow of words, and if one speaks to them
    • for him, is merely speaking; hence there is no sense in studying
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    • entirely clear about many things that we discussed in the last
    • rarely would this be conceded to-day.
    • maintained that general concepts had no reality, but were merely
    • Realists did, that the Three Persons formed not merely an imaginary
    • entirely correct; but when we come to the single animal in relation
    • to its genus, Realism is entirely correct. For it is impossible for a
    • this kind. Leibnitz had got beyond the prejudice that anything merely
    • of entry. There is not merely one conception of the world that can be
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    • merely leads us away from looking into the depths of our own soul,
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    • the brain remains entirely unconscious. But an occult researcher must
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Suffering
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    • of the world do not play merely an unhappy role. It is the expression
    • from a purely external way of observing. It is true that as man
    • This has not merely
    • being stirred by any feeling, he could remain quite calm and merely
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    • be mystified by the idea that sin — something entirely moral
    • with a merely superficial understanding of both Old and New
    • drawn upon merely by way of illustration.
    • does not assert itself by mere logic. It is not to be merely
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    • us as a teaching which does not tell us merely what is the connection
    • But to say this is to lose sight entirely of the facts. In the case of
    • purely external point of view. He who does not do so can never arrive
    • that we merely say ‘This heavy blow has just broken into his life
    • blow of fate at the age of twenty-five was merely an effect. We cannot
    • consider it as a cause, then we learn that we must entirely and
    • painful perhaps now because it appears to us merely as the result of
    • Thus we see that we must be taught not entirely by our own individual
    • revealing itself in so many different ways, in entirely different
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    • the animal something merely automatic. We should not have
    • for this would be the result of a purely materialistic conception This
    • in the case of man — we should be entirely wrong. At the present
    • unperceived. From a purely materialistic point of view the outward
    • destiny. We must accustom ourselves to entirely different ideas from
    • possible for them to place themselves entirely in harmony with the
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    • beckon, and then in came the flies! Surely the explanation which
    • quite clear that if we use purely abstract ideas we can gain no
    • and especially into the etheric body. Spiritual Science entirely
    • forces come? If you wound a merely physical body the injury will
    • we cannot talk of a disease in the case of a merely physical body, and
    • itself entirely different forms, and develops entirely different
    • Through purely individual motives he comes into touch with the outer
    • builder of an entirely new organisation at a new birth, all this now
    • Thus our soul-life is divided into entirely different categories, and
    • itself all the more surely and deeply into our inner being, and
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    • purely narrative form it is not implied that you should take sides in
    • causes of disease, if we do not merely consider the one incarnation,
    • the patient; for luciferic diseases will require entirely different
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    • based entirely upon the theory that for every illness which was given
    • the nihilistic current of thought by saying that it not merely
    • rarely done for it is precisely in the case of those illnesses that
    • are at our disposal. Naturally it will not be of much use merely to
    • This already suggests to us that we are not entirely impotent in face
    • was not entirely wrong when, concerning the reason for the erection of
    • physics, the whole of our culture would have developed on entirely
    • purely egotistical motives, we frequently find ourselves clothing
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    • true nature of karma, we shall learn not merely to understand how
    • might well believe that this has purely to do with the line of
    • entirely turned away from the external world. Let us read the
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    • are due to purely luciferic influence from those which can be traced
    • to purely ahrimanic influence. For in all theorising it is most
    • as to the nature of this consciousness, which is merely an image or
    • voices, and hallucinations cease. They were merely ahrimanic chimera,
    • forces which will prevent our Earth from succumbing entirely to the
    • Lucifer; and we shall see that he works a good deal more than merely
    • natural catastrophes and that this conclusion is entirely supported by
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    • powers, we were then referring to something entirely different from
    • the luciferic influence has not merely to cross the abyss between the
    • which is entirely materialistic. Modern man does not think that he is
    • performing only half our task. We are merely accomplishing something
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • merely that we have changed its direction. Let us suppose that a
    • certain influences, we merely create the necessity of seeking other
    • merely dependent on her inner soul life, but for the most part they
    • woman. The further we penetrate into the purely spiritual and into the
    • This is merely an example, but anyone willing to investigate really
    • human being is entirely different from that of an animal. That which
    • become tired. We are here dealing with entirely different events. And
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    • forward to the West by means of purely external force. The Roman
    • merely the individual currents. Many things occur for the sake of this
    • once able to see into the spiritual world, has descended to the merely
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    • “And fighting serve the gods,” becomes entirely
    • though later you will surely do it better.
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    • offer. We need merely to think of what humanity has been seeking as
    • another; the natural order would be entirely out of control if the
    • for the spiritual world does not cease to exist merely because they
    • world and merely nibbling at dainties there. Such eaters of sweet
    • worlds. He will no longer merely look out and ponder the physical
    • pictures shrink and condense, one takes what should be merely picture
    • person or that, but these will simply be purely luciferic
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    • live absolutely and entirely within myself, ignoring the other beings
    • correctly, one may not merely say — as one would do in the
    • true. That is, only then are we capable not merely of feeling what
    • for our soul to be entirely filled with the consciousness, “I
    • clairvoyant would recommend. It is not merely a question of attaining
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    • entirely different; the clairvoyant soul really is in such scenery and
    • has to do is not merely to describe what is there, for it is much
    • the spiritual world, but it's merely a collection of bits and pieces
    • scientist — merely wait in expectation but should oneself raise
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    • words that through them I allow everything self-willed and merely
    • Lucifer his rightful influence. Then instead of merely submitting to
    • not as a merely abstract element of his soul. The more Philia becomes
    • state, the purely divine. He now understood the number three as the
    • him everything stimulated merely by physical experience.
    • ourselves entirely to seeing or hearing the things our eyes and ears
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    • called Roman letters, but others use an entirely different form of
    • enough to look for mutual understanding merely based on the
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    • Here we are definitely no longer dealing with the merely subjective
    • is an entirely different matter fully consciously to give over to
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    • objectively at modern life and surely perceive all its confusion and
    • It is not enough merely to criticize; a clear, objective
    • our work but merely to characterize the problem. A publisher in Berlin
    • merely ...; I will forego any description. “For this the newly
    • they were important works and not merely the products of our inferior
    • but there we are entirely another. When we dwell consciously in the
    • Word of cosmic realms. These things were not intended merely to pass
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    • investigates and does not merely compare in a superficial way —
    • Occult research comes in here again, not merely to put forth theories, but
    • vitally and not merely theoretically. Permit me here to interpolate
    • function. No intensity of the soul intervenes, it depends entirely
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    • spiritual path as an entirely new world. If a man is really seriously
    • which appeared before him, he had something entirely real; such a man
    • you are merely images of mist.”
    • two things correspond completely; they belong entirely to each other
    • have to regard the whole universe not merely as a stage, but as a
    • way that we do not merely set up abstract ideas, but really enter
    • opinion to stand entirely on the ground of Christianity), was a very
    • If we wish to say something that is true, not something which has merely
    • that which is merely personal, without listening to that which is the
    • that the human soul does not simply scatter around what is merely a
    • If we understand it fully and make it entirely our own, the souls
    • much could therefore merely be hinted at, which can only be developed
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    • Consider without sympathy or antipathy but purely historically what is
    • liberation from the merely logical and the coldness of the Latin
    • in Romanism. It is a plant that grows entirely on political-legal
    • their altars. It is not the intention of spiritual science merely to
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    • have consisted entirely of those subtle imaginations that had become
    • absolute super-sensible lightness, entirely given up to a life of
    • entirely blind obedience and subjection to Rome. What did the
    • entirely from Rome with the strictest centralization and the utmost
    • individuality. Every people and human being would comprise merely some
    • however, must not merely behold reality. They must be able to live
    • entirely engrossed in the world within, and described this world
    • was purely political and turned all man's thought into political
    • also Machiavelli's contemporary. He stands entirely within the slow
    • body so that what should rightly be free imagination working merely in
    • existing purely as a thing of the soul, is there taken hold of by
    • will first consider these phenomena in a purely historical way in
    • The Jesus of Renan is entirely a Jesus who, as a man, lives in the
    • mankind has and always will have a higher power in it than the merely
    • of life in the idea has become the Christ. He is conceived entirely as
    • thought of merely as an idea.
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    • attain a specific object, namely, to observe purely externally what we
    • more and more purely externally. The false cultivation of the idea of
    • being arises as he stands merely externally in the world.
    • modern times will be a purely mechanical science and knowledge, not
    • than have awakened hitherto. We do not join together merely to possess
    • merely pass over us. Rather, let us preserve it all in our hearts. In
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    • read the facts of the world, not merely to describe what is
    • not present in the same way in an earlier period. One is entirely
    • merely the intellect to natural phenomena in an external way, which
    • merely instinctively as did the ordinary scientists and most
    • not merely see the light, the surroundings, people as they are
    • One only gives such things their rightful place if one does not merely
    • mysteries, to try to lift himself above gravitation through purely
    • had not were to live merely instinctively, led by those who had
    • thing or another merely to avoid saying what they ought to say.
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    • be merely repeated during the Greco-Roman age. (You can read about
    • senses that he had no desire to live merely in the world of
    • thoroughly squeeze the lemons and to create an entirely mechanistic
    • make its outer form so entirely mechanistic, that it would be
    • just because the purely external onslaught did not come to pass, or
    • to depart — into a purely mechanistic realm, a great dead realm
    • resulting culture would not only have culminated in a mass of purely
    • merely to observe historical life from the external aspect. The only
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    • occurred, they founded an order dedicated entirely to the Mystery of
    • intention that it might be entirely absorbed in the progressive stream
    • They desired to devote themselves entirely to the spirit and could
    • Trials were now arranged in which, entirely under the influence of
    • which this poem also expresses, is not merely something put forward by
    • Thou wise and aged one, thou'lt surely tell us?
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    • Now, taken purely historically, the divorce of the first, Catharine of
    • are entirely convinced that Copernicus, for example, finally
    • one should begin to look at the matter spiritually — not merely
    • external picture, the purely geometrical picture. The other picture
    • such a time...” In short, they were purely practical; that is,
    • when people merely make researches in documents and records.
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    • position not merely to say lovely things about the good and the true,
    • pretty clearly. And when our modern Spiritual life became entirely the
    • about a transformation of our life, but it was merely the expression
    • Goethe is characteristic of this revolt against the purely Oriental
    • lives this revolt against that which is merely “old”. But
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    • ideas, formed entirely according to materialistic, physical laws. He
    • Thus a fatal, but entirely honest opinion is expressed in this
    • entirely unaffected by Christianity, for Caesar lived before the
    • it, a gift of that Lucifer. We must not hold merely, in a
    • True followers of Goethe do not merely quote literally from his works,
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    • entirely upon its turning to a revelation which can only come through
    • is on the increase. I shall merely indicate this aspect. Today I must
    • Will is to the modern man entirely unknown, and with this is to be
    • place will be merely the birth of J. W. Smith. But in the Ahrimanic
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    • life filled merely by the world outside, and in our life there would
    • surely will the people of the past be possessed by the spirit of
    • spirit of opposition will surely arise.
    • backs up this Jesuit? A Jesuit does not merely represent his personal
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    • Human needs, needs arising first out of his purely physical nature,
    • man looks merely on the Luciferic primal force of capacities. The
    • by spirit. It cannot fit into a merely Luciferic-Ahrimanic
    • into the dust what is being willed out of the spirit will surely not
    • sorely needs is the greatest earnestness in the sphere of Spiritual
    • is needed so sorely, to that which, out of the Spirit alone, is able
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    • strengthening of the soul-life the door is opened to an entirely new
    • way of thinking and to entirely new thoughts. It may be compared with
    • entirely new human being of which we never knew consciously before.
    • the emptied but wakeful consciousness something which is entirely new
    • entirely new thinking, to see that whereas our ordinary thought is
    • organism and outside it. It is thinking purely through the forces of
    • This new thinking is so entirely different in its conditions from our
    • science of medicine, and one that has not merely collected a number of
    • our existence purely in soul, that is to say, independently of the
    • conception to action is entirely hidden from us. We are asleep, so to
    • ground, his firm and sound judgment unhampered, entirely capable of
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    • In our age the methods are entirely built, as in external science,
    • when we study it, lives in the soul merely as a theory or an abstract
    • merely in pictorial form in the cults and ceremonies. The cults
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    • next lectures. Today I am merely describing the conceptions occupying
    • at freedom prematurely, if I may put it that way; for the forms
    • merely a figure in the cosmos.
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    • nowadays we merely grow into the use of our forces of mind and memory,
    • man only if his behavior toward ourself and the world is not merely
    • The establishment of an external civilization is surely not man's sole
    • purely material outer world, as assumed by nature research today; he
    • ideas that first present themselves to us merely as such, as ideas.
    • impressed by the spirit, not merely by what is physical. Men avoid
    • merely grown half a year older by fall than they were in the spring:
    • life's milestones. They will not merely have inhaled the physical
    • it by merely setting up this abstract concept in your mind! You will
    • merely by the head but especially by the Gemüt; for at
    • called stupid, I always maintain that it is merely a case of his not
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    • Their conformation is entirely different from that of other
    • But ultimately all this merely points to the fact that the world into
    • the laws of nature, but laws that bear an entirely different inner
    • impossibility of merely extending the laws of nature when we penetrate
    • spiritual world we enter an entirely different system of laws.
    • confessed that many a bit of research he was carrying on purely as a
    • merely manifests this on the visible surface.
    • and to speak of the physical sunlight merely as does the modern
    • was simply wisdom of an entirely different nature, and what took place
    • anything reprehensible, merely that in this connection they are the
    • surely he should not speculate about it, as did Kant and Laplace who
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    • necessary for our present purposes. My aim was merely to point out how
    • Present-day natural science considers our earth merely a dead mineral
    • such earth as that: it is purely fictitious. Has not the earth
    • differently, presents the world in an entirely different way; and we
    • feel winter merely as the time for donning a heavy coat, or summer as
    • I do not merely say, the flower is blooming, the plant is germinating, but
    • gap between the purely mental enlightenment anthroposophy has to
    • social stimulus so sorely needed by mankind today. Humanity will
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    • while at the same time it has proceeded entirely from actual
    • entirely different happens. He has the feeling, quite a right
    • that freedom which depends entirely on the personal element in man.
    • it up seriously and immerses himself entirely in his memory, he will
    • say ten, twenty or thirty years ago. I will merely indicate how this
    • past years so that you can live in it and entirely forget the present
    • merely yonder while I am here; I am inwardly united with this dawn;
    • space entirely ceases. Man's experience widens out; he feels quite
    • many others and so on. In what you see there is expressed not merely
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    • of man a purely spiritual psychic etheric being. The Ahrimanic forms
    • ordinary human words for something which takes place purely in the
    • influence of the purely natural environment is indeed of
    • he finds himself entirely in an Ahrimanic environment, indeed, he
    • Ahrimanic physiognomy. That must remain a purely psychic experience
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    • inherited that is of a bodily nature. The first teeth are entirely
    • body which is entirely inherited, nothing of his ego, of his
    • something and not merely hear something from them.
    • you entirely as a spatial vision. One only needs to look for such
    • sleep your life does not merely consist in being merged with the
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    • were not merely spiritual beings but they also displayed a physical
    • of all into our brain we should be given up entirely to our
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    • earth at that time was entirely surrounded by an albuminous
    • they were no longer merely outline forms. The silicious part fell
    • not merely imaginary masses of clouds, they were living things having
    • mountains, or merely into the Jura mountains, you find this limestone
    • things so that he might no longer be a being in whom merely the gods
    • will. His will would then have become entirely a physical function.
    • merely in a general abstract way about this relationship with that
    • This is the point at which what I may call the merely
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    • gained a sacred significance because it was uttered not merely
    • look at a skeleton? We say: Do not merely look at it. It is shocking
    • merely to look at the forms — the spinal column with its
    • We must say to ourselves: Do not merely look at all this
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    • nerves, but merely as an organism of heat, of heat amidst other heat,
    • in an element not merely of heat which streams and moves and surges —
    • and more breaking in upon humanity, depending merely on the power of
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    • external world, and not merely in a transient way. Thou owest it to
    • the Saturn lead-forces that thou dost not merely look around thee
    • true wisdom, for then man saw in a star not merely the speck or point
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    • philosophies not merely with the intellect and the understanding, but
    • understand; i.e., the merely earthly phenomena from which all the
    • not merely appear in its lead-grey colour to the eye, but the
    • was in truth not merely an external play of analogy that the sun was
    • which however is not to be understood merely the physiognomy of the
    • the study of the purely natural.
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    • acid; and he does not merely require these substances, he also
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    • not merely behold the sun through a diminished light, but for a
    • observation to Venus, he came to a spiritual world, a purely astral
    • merely to the nature spirits, but to the higher Cosmic Intelligences,
    • ancient times in this connection? He experienced not merely how gold
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    • development of medicine as if its ideas were merely childish,
    • physiologist or biologist of ancient times) saw in an entirely
    • evolution of man, we cannot merely brush it aside and return to
    • ascending thus from what most resembles purely physically
    • say, “Yes, but a cell is a cell, and purely empirical
    • same as a brain cell in accordance with the purely empirical
    • to look on what is happening merely as a continuation of the
    • were indeed true that merely on account of their different
    • — but we reckon merely with processes observed to lie
    • generally such questions do not arise today is due entirely to
    • to this purely sense-oriented empirical mode of research, and
    • materialism, idealism, or spiritualism, but merely as an
    • that they are pictures of reality and not merely
    • Think for a moment of a psychologist who takes his start purely
    • this Imaginative cognition, which naturally functions entirely
    • being were merely a being of brain, he would never need to say
    • unfortunately, be followed by means of merely empirical
    • merely observe him from outside or dissect him. Take the human
    • or whether it does not proceed merely as if he were a being
    • is essentially a fluid being and that the solids have merely
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    • will be aphoristic, merely hinting at ultimate conclusions. Our
    • to take offense at these expressions. They are used merely
    • are not merely the outcome of a desire to divide things into
    • The purely physical mode of thinking, therefore, must confine
    • as living fluids — not merely as the fluids we have in
    • to enter into hypotheses about the nature of life but merely to
    • interchange nor merely a process of interchange mediated by the
    • with the not entirely mechanistic mode of observation that is
    • adopted by natural science today. An entirely mechanistic mode
    • confining ourselves to what can be observed merely within the
    • organization itself makes it possible to engage in the purely
    • become as close as possible to the inorganic. The purely
    • foods that have now become entirely inorganic so to speak, are
    • did then they would fly around having merely a mouth, an
    • which otherwise could be only of a purely super-sensible nature
    • physical world possessing merely a digestive organization and
    • purely empirical tests like this, suitably varied in the usual
    • feet. You can conduct experiments that are entirely
    • can proceed to learn how the purely physical organization is in
    • super-sensible, just as we would be merely etheric beings if
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    • metabolism enters an entirely new phase when — as happens
    • merely wished to indicate to you that in the influences working
    • depend upon a ratio; but the ratio is merely a regulating
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    • — in so far as it is not will activity but purely
    • magical names given to illnesses merely serve the purpose of
    • are so many inorganic, which is to say so many purely physical
    • the eye can be depicted beautifully if it is treated merely as
    • it more easily, however, if we concern ourselves not merely
    • no need to confine ourselves merely to plant remedies;
    • leads much more readily to relapses than a cure that merely
    • there must be an entirely different understanding of the nature
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    • barely manifest organically but that nevertheless are always based in the
    • not yet entirely from the realm of spiritual science, whose methods I have
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    • physiological instinct, Schelling merely stated something that for the
    • I merely indicate how far one can go, so I am not drawing a conclusion
    • illnesses, we remain purely in abstractions if we believe that
    • literature that merely describe the soul-spiritual abnormalities, so
    • merely something that penetrated the proletariat by an infection — I
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    • especially in medicine, if one is not speaking to a purely
    • constitution of the human organism must not be understood merely
    • has merely shown his total lack of understanding for how the threefold
    • If we do not study the matter purely outwardly, we see that in the
    • has inner movement, that is in no way merely a mechanical interaction
    • of balance by entirely natural laws so that the beam does not rest on
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    • is, the more subconscious, dreamlike, or entirely unconscious soul
    • we study the human being we must direct our gaze not merely to what
    • expresses itself as ego-activity, which is a purely spiritual activity
    • activity, though working merely physically. In a certain way we thus
    • merely a comfortable tool fur the grasping of phenomena. Even in
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    • medicine as if its ideas were merely childish, compared with those
    • or biologist of olden times, had an entirely different outlook from
    • the evolutionary process of man, we cannot merely brush it aside and
    • what most resembles purely physically organised substance to the
    • people will say: ‘Yes, but a cell is a cell, and purely
    • brain-cell in accordance with the purely empirical facts. Yes, but
    • case it will not be correct to look on what is happening merely as a
    • that merely on account of their different positions the liver and the
    • being of man by way of purely empirical thought. An explanation is
    • find — as naturally we must — but we reckon merely with
    • such questions do not arise to-day is due entirely to our scientific
    • education. Our education in science confines us to this purely
    • direction of materialism, idealism, or mysticism, but merely as an
    • also that they are pictures of reality, and not merely
    • takes his start purely from empirical science. In recent times people
    • entirely in the super-sensible world? If I were to attempt to give you
    • be done. If man were merely a being of brain, he would never need to
    • unfortunately, be followed by means of purely empirical research, but
    • actual — no matter whether we merely observe him from outside
    • man as a column of fluid, or whether it does not proceed merely as if
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    • will be aphoristic, merely hinting at ultimate conclusions. Our
    • an obstacle. They are used merely because some kind of terminology is
    • classification and division, but I assure you they are not merely the
    • The purely physical mode of thought, therefore, must confine itself
    • with life, as living fluids — not merely as the fluids
    • nature of life, but merely to understand what is implied by saying
    • inorganic permutation nor merely a process of permutation negotiated
    • empiricism merely from the phenomena themselves. As I say, on account
    • observation (and it is not entirely mechanistic) that is adopted by
    • natural science to-day. An entirely mechanistic mode of observation
    • we merely pay heed to the fact that the complex of outer, inorganic
    • ourselves merely to what can be observed within the physical
    • true to say that the human organisation itself conduces to the purely
    • the intestinal wall, it has become practically inorganic. The purely
    • world possessed merely of a digestive system and a system of heart
    • purely empirical tests like this, suitably varied in the usual
    • this we can proceed to learn how the purely physical organisation is
    • super-sensible, just as man would be merely an etheric being if oxygen
    • merely by way of example, but it will show you the path that must be
    • and all that you discover can be verified in a purely material sense.
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    • from the metabolism enters upon an entirely new phase when — as
    • merely a regulating principle. You will find that the statements
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    • but purely conceptual, ideative activity — is not dependent on
    • buoyancy. (I am speaking here entirely of the physical correlate,
    • names given to illnesses merely serve the purpose of conventional
    • there are so many inorganic, so many purely physical and chemical
    • treats it merely as a kind of photographic apparatus. In saying
    • however, if we do not merely concern ourselves with the balancing,
    • the plants. But there is no need to confine ourselves merely to
    • now let me indicate, merely by way of example, another state of
    • to relapses than a cure which merely stimulates the healing process.
    • that there must be an entirely different understanding of the nature
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    • is even looked upon purely as a question of food, or, at best, as
    • and labor. If we are to regard this question merely in the light of a
    • see from this, that even if we regard the social question merely as
    • modern application of technical science, an entirely new attitude of
    • merely contemplative stage, and of itself does not evolve principles
    • stood still. We live in an entirely new economic order, while
    • merely represent the value of commodities, but that the figures often
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    • and all political life is to be entirely democratized, it is
    • purely political training. They have taken part in electioneering
    • they object so severely in the private capitalist system.
    • and to the existence of this machinery is entirely due the fact that
    • required by those machines, which are entirely the result of human
    • production purely for the benefit of human society.
    • fact, everything depends on their being understood. Entirely wanting
    • circumstances. Work is by its nature so entirely different from
    • Appendix IV) Labor will lie entirely outside the sphere to
    • from an ethical, nor from a merely economic point of view; we speak
    • degree of the risk to be taken; it will depend entirely upon the
    • merely give money and allow it to be used, the object to which it has
    • enchantment something real from money, if that money is not merely
    • a symbol for commodities which are produced. if it is not merely a
    • above all things what is honest and not what merely serves cut and
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    • one. Yet it is a strange fact that many social thinkers have entirely
    • different from that of purely economic interests. But this has as yet
    • to a person merely because he is an adult. We must either not
    • downfall of Austria was brought about by purely military events. But
    • Imperial Parliament were recruited from four purely economic
    • Austrian Imperial Parliament. Thus representatives of purely economic
    • calling itself the Center, representing purely cultural interests,
    • any other in order to gain a majority, and the result is that purely
    • and consumer should come together. The purely business operations and
    • outcome merely of thought. Side by side with the economic circuit
    • decision passes from the purely legal to the cultural domain. Here is
    • this domain of life by a merely theoretical examination of the
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    • may truly be said that a renewal is sorely needed from the very
    • to bring scientific knowledge from a purely human standpoint (See:
    • itself from life. Art which merely imitates nature cannot design
    • If art merely imitates, it fails in the shaping of practical life,
    • that way. By degrees science has come to the point of merely
    • They believe they are doing this purely in the interests of exact
    • of intellectualism, because, when we occupy ourselves merely with
    • happenings, facts of our inner being, from which the merely
    • here is that it can plunge into reality, that it does not merely
    • are no voluntary nerves. The will is of a purely spiritual nature,
    • purely spirit and soul, and functions directly as spirit and soul. We
    • the child need not merely recall to memory what he learnt between his
    • movement. The purely physiological, gymnastic exercises of our
    • on physiological, merely material lines employs only a part of the
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    • smallest details spiritual, political, and purely economic affairs
    • place, a commodity has not merely the value which we attach to it
    • Looking merely at the
    • more than admonitions to society. This content is there merely to
    • well-intended, if it is a purely spiritual one, can ever transform
    • entirely the outcome of economic and political life; on the other, a
    • human action judged purely from the inner stand-point of the soul;
    • because they can no longer find purely human impulses, these having
    • proceeds from the economic administration is merely the determination
    • science, which applies merely to external nature, and which can never
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    • that he who meets his fellowmen with a purely human interest and
    • regulations of a merely corrective character. There is no other way
    • say what can be found in this way by spiritual perception is merely
    • spirit, that the spirit must come and must permeate the purely
    • “practical” have only a rudimentary and merely abstract
    • merely at its literal content, from the journalistic standpoint it
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    • near, the German State was consolidated purely by means of external
    • ultra-violet rays. If, therefore, one speaks merely of light, one does
    • ultraviolet, so does human economic activity cease to be purely
    • Purely and simply on the opinion men formed of the picture. The
    • surely to be taken into account. It is quite palpable, ever since we
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    • moment you place Capital and Labour merely side by side, you will find
    • (thinking, to begin with, of the purely external economic aspect)
    • merely to satisfy its own needs or those of its nearest kin, carries
    • But the moment human beings no longer provide merely for themselves or
    • in digging or chopping, or merely moving a product of Nature from one
    • Economics borders on uneconomic matters. Purely economically speaking,
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    • when we merely study prices and values and so forth. It only begins to
    • remark not in an ethical but in a purely economic sense. Economically
    • purely outward circumstances in the economic sphere than it has been
    • economic life. Taking it, therefore, in its purely economic aspect, we
    • purely economic sense. It is neither a God, nor a moral law, nor an
    • modern division of labour — a purely economic category —
    • observe not merely the plain and obvious fact, but the same fact in
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    • You see, so long as the economic life merely consists in the
    • initial point where it applies itself merely to Nature. Spirit would
    • foundation entirely emancipated from the Nature basis. For what he
    • founded purely on what has already been spiritually achieved and
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    • Capital is taken up by a purely spiritual activity. The economic
    • way. The Capital cannot merely be blocked at this point, for otherwise
    • speaking of production. And yet, the economic process does not merely
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    • do any other productive work; he merely registers the productive work
    • sphere, only purely material work and its effects can be held to be
    • entirely free kind of activity. When a man invents the differential
    • case of entirely free spiritual activity. At any rate, relatively
    • spiritual life. For the purely material economic process, it is
    • human life is not purely economics; it must be taken as a whole. The
    • merely effect a redistribution, and the question to be decided is not
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    • handicraft and, lastly, the entirely free spiritual work. These are
    • every such purchase of Capital is once again merely a masked
    • to say, handicraft or manufacture and entirely free activity
    • valuing of Nature-products does not come about through purely economic
    • not merely lead it on into the economic process in the continued
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    • merely hinder anyone who wishes to think objectively, in accordance
    • The concepts derived from this merely contemplative economic science
    • merely moving in a theoretical world — in a notional system
    • factors, every one of which is primary. We cannot merely write:
    • We must not merely suppose that S and D are the independent variables
    • standpoint of the Trader. Even here, it is not entirely the case. And
    • at the social organism as a whole, if we pass from purely economic
    • land, even when we merely help with our rent to pay for the value of
    • a purely spiritual value that is being paid for in commodity-values.
    • may think the difference merely theoretical, but let such a view of
    • means of consumption in the very least. You merely bring about a
    • social reforms in this way, merely giving means of subsistence to the
    • you may say: But surely, men are not so unintelligent as not to be
    • able to think beyond their own narrow horizon. Surely a man who is
    • merely a consumer or merely a tradesman can think beyond his own
    • economic problem could have been entirely neglected by those who are
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    • followed up and the truth of which I can vouch for purely as a matter
    • in balancing his accounts, a farmer were merely to include the actual
    • able to rely on the assurance of someone else that such and such is
    • purely economic life into the political, towards the development of
    • did not go quite so easily by purely military means; even there —
    • economic impulses began to change into purely financial ones; and in
    • merely to enlarge themselves by acquiring colonies. Isolated people
    • Such a thing is purely psychological, to begin with, though in the
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    • In Economics, you will perceive, we cannot merely consider the actual
    • tell you, what is quite true, that barter is not entirely transcended
    • merely effecting a transfer of them in the economic process.
    • in the purely economic sense — advantage or profit
    • speak of advantage or profit. Nor is this profit anything merely
    • you will admit, is a most prominent thing in purely material products
    • than those which stand entirely under the sign of the division of
    • district, he knows with precision — without relying on any
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    • So long as it is merely a question of raw products, the account will
    • all consumption — not merely production alone or consumption
    • rather vague about it if I merely describe empirically, as I did just
    • terms of purely national economy, it ceases to be thinkable when
    • that the values, primarily created as food-values within the purely
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    • and of which price-formation and price-fluctuation are merely the
    • the forming of prices is merely the final result. As I have shown
    • not merely oscillate, like peas, between the function of being
    • must gradually pass over entirely into gift-money. Loaned money must
    • to follow them. If I may say so, we ought not to let money merely flow
    • mention are not important; they are merely illustrations. The actual
    • economic process clearly, we must not remain at the surface, merely
    • process clearly, we cannot merely speak of cheap or dear money, of
    • facts. We must not speak in economics merely of cheap or dear money in
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    • Nature-element. It cannot be a merely additive function. It will be
    • comparison — least of all by way of purely economic
    • or one or two schoolmasters and parsons. They — if it is purely a
    • economics), even then he must still do some bodily work. Relying on
    • cannot be grasped merely quantitatively. They have to be grasped while
    • numerical sense. In a purely numerical sense, it affects the value of
    • in the purely material phase of economic life has an infinitely great
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    • allowed to function in a purely economic and unhampered way —
    • you will no longer be content merely to trace it back to the immediate
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    • enticing them to the adoption of a purely materialistic outlook, a
    • purely intellectual understanding of the world. It is on this account
    • death was an external knowledge merely. But Christ learned to know
    • death on the Earth. For He did not merely become incorporated,
    • is left of all this? Merely the outer expression of it, — the
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    • at long last I am entirely within it. It is with this kind of meaning
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    • Yet it is surely not without meaning that the guiding Spiritual
    • entirely dependent upon these events that happen with us between
    • becomes aware of his relationship, not now merely, as before, with
    • an influence of an entirely different kind and quality, the
    • the growth of plants on Earth. For plants do not grow merely out of
    • of which modern man stands in need, — needing it as surely as
    • feel his way into entirely different conditions, when he has gone
    • it is surely time we got beyond feeling puzzled and embarrassed
    • should really be expressed in some entirely different way. You must
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    • is a purely spiritual being. On my last visit I gave you a
    • physical being through the door. That was for them an entirely
    • body. Instead of feeling his body merely as a garment for his
    • while in an entirely spiritual world, a world where there is no
    • forth from the world that is purely spiritual, we pass first through
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    • you rely on the sun rising tomorrow morning. Phenomena which show
    • composed merely of air and warmth. They are of the same kind as the
    • to be otherwise than purely moral.
    • lives entirely in the elements of earth and water. And their deeds
    • into a being who is moral entirely as a matter of course. What could
    • entirely with such Ahrimanic sub-human beings. By this means they
    • nature of man. Man is by no means merely an earthly being; influences
    • should, you see, depend entirely — in his lower nature —
    • beings should express themselves merely in the ebb and flow of the
    • nature, — not merely into his physical, but into his etheric
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    • judgment of ourselves we are no longer merely looking backward now,
    • earthly life — we step forth into a purely spiritual
    • task and the more manifold. Nor do you merely make your own body for
    • sincerely filled with spiritual knowledge also affects the human
    • being, it gradually hardens. This is what happens when we merely grow
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    • enticing them to the adoption of a purely materialistic outlook, a
    • purely intellectual understanding of the world. It is on this account
    • death was an external knowledge merely. But Christ learned to know
    • death on the Earth. For He did not merely become incorporated,
    • is left of all this? Merely the outer expression of it, — the
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    • at long last I am entirely within it. It is with this kind of meaning
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    • Yet it is surely not without meaning that the guiding Spiritual
    • entirely dependent upon these events that happen with us between
    • becomes aware of his relationship, not now merely, as before, with
    • an influence of an entirely different kind and quality, the
    • the growth of plants on Earth. For plants do not grow merely out of
    • of which modern man stands in need, — needing it as surely as
    • feel his way into entirely different conditions, when he has gone
    • it is surely time we got beyond feeling puzzled and embarrassed
    • should really be expressed in some entirely different way. You must
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    • is a purely spiritual being. On my last visit I gave you a
    • physical being through the door. That was for them an entirely
    • body. Instead of feeling his body merely as a garment for his
    • while in an entirely spiritual world, a world where there is no
    • forth from the world that is purely spiritual, we pass first through
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    • you rely on the sun rising tomorrow morning. Phenomena which show
    • composed merely of air and warmth. They are of the same kind as the
    • to be otherwise than purely moral.
    • lives entirely in the elements of earth and water. And their deeds
    • into a being who is moral entirely as a matter of course. What could
    • entirely with such Ahrimanic sub-human beings. By this means they
    • nature of man. Man is by no means merely an earthly being; influences
    • should, you see, depend entirely — in his lower nature —
    • beings should express themselves merely in the ebb and flow of the
    • nature, — not merely into his physical, but into his etheric
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    • judgment of ourselves we are no longer merely looking backward now,
    • earthly life — we step forth into a purely spiritual
    • task and the more manifold. Nor do you merely make your own body for
    • sincerely filled with spiritual knowledge also affects the human
    • being, it gradually hardens. This is what happens when we merely grow
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    • These ideas do not serve merely to satisfy our
    • and ideas become truly fruitful for us only when we no longer merely
    • when we do not merely consider abstractly the idea of reincarnation,
    • missed something entirely; we will have failed to allow something to
    • to take it up, one has missed something entirely and will lack it
    • facts of spiritual life, which are more or less new or even entirely
    • periods of time, an entirely unfounded belief) that things on earth
    • entirely different from what they are today — perhaps not so
    • only in India. The Indian people were at that time merely the most
    • instead entirely different faculties, for example, what we have often
    • they naturally had entirely different feelings and sensations. You
    • higher world. It has thus learned to feel and to sense entirely
    • had previously been a matter of experience, had become merely a sort
    • entirely new faculties. Everything is changing, but the most
    • in another world, essentially an entirely different world from the
    • the world. Its aim is not merely to satisfy theoretical needs or
    • merely to satisfy our curiosity but in such a way that it will
    • character, into an entirely different disposition, and that it should
    • during their course to develop into something entirely different.
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    • such a preparation consists merely in learning theories or ideas.
    • of the earth presented an entirely different appearance. Then, for
    • It is not merely a play of forces and beings active
    • our earlier incarnations our souls possessed entirely different
    • human soul were entirely different at that time. In ancient times all
    • clairvoyance of an entirely different sort; we must describe it as a
    • entirely different faculties of soul from ours, faculties that would
    • his own. He was given up entirely to the spiritual world. To learn to
    • looked upon surroundings that were entirely different from those he
    • was the stage when he was still entirely within the spiritual world,
    • sensible world but felt himself as belonging entirely to the
    • evolution of the earth. Many persons who merely speculate or who
    • merely indulge in an abstract philosophy, or in the cultivation of
    • This expression says to us that Christianity is not merely what books
    • words tell us that Christianity is not merely what is embraced today
    • that has become entirely natural to humanity.
    • to say; we do not merely “pursue” anthroposophy because
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    • earth not in terms of purely mineral forces but in terms of plant, or
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    • learn through spiritual science how important it is not merely to
    • memory and in his heart: many things are true, but merely to know
    • true. With a truth, however, the point is not merely to possess it as
    • nitrogen, compounds of prussic acid and the like, played an entirely
    • might seem entirely accidental, namely, that the product of the union
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    • that will lead humanity away once more from merely physical, sensible
    • how much those persons who wish to rely only on documents call
    • faculties. Just as Christ had to be found with purely physical
    • the portal of death. Not merely through initiation but through the
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    • newly appearing faculties, which are at first barely perceptible, may
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    • satisfied merely with the expression of such truths in words but
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    • street who is entirely lost in the contemplation of some strikingly
    • the day. You can be convinced of this in a purely outer way, because
    • the human being is related in entirely opposite ways to these two
    • distinguishes (this is not entirely correct, but I say it so that one
    • than the purely aesthetic; mere pleasure or displeasure is at a lower
    • activity of the human soul — the purely intellectual (thoughts,
    • Anthroposophy must not, however, be something that merely satisfies
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    • as one is unable to go beyond this concept, a purely negative
    • If I were to speak merely from my own viewpoint, I could just as well
    • individualities is not merely an achievement of today's spiritual
    • who know quite well that the human soul is a purely spiritual being,
    • think purely materialistic thoughts. In this way the brotherhood
    • things. It must be said, though, that it is never entirely too late.
    • rediscovered. It was merely that for a period the connections were
    • the purely physiological. Man cannot wait with eating and drinking,
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    • intellect directed purely to the outer world — it was necessary
    • therefore, that man is merely the product of the bit of earth on
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    • purely abstract. The more abstract the idea, the better modern
    • one is constantly speaking in outer, exoteric life, but with entirely
    • only the tool, however. What is involved here is something entirely
    • entirely different things that exist behind this maya as the true
    • course of these lectures will not seem to you to be merely
    • to be revived merely by the double.
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    • that there the slightest deed that man does, even if he only barely
    • cannot barely touch something, cannot make even the slightest
    • of pleasure or sorrow, the transmission of merely sensation-bearing
    • can speak of it as will, however, although it is entirely different
    • arises for each and every dead person, in an entirely different sense
    • abstractions about the higher worlds and not merely speak of a kind
    • among themselves through their feelings and their will happens merely
    • consciousness of a purely natural existence such as natural science
    • purely natural scientific world conception gradually seizes human
    • realm, not merely to have knowledge of it? You recognize from what I
    • future humanity will become a merely natural consciousness, a
    • consciousness of entirely natural facts, but that in addition to this
    • another consciousness must be added. An entirely different
    • a purely natural view of things, there must enter human consciousness
    • an entirely different view of things.
    • This must not remain merely an abstract truth, merely a
    • extreme, for example, in the purely materialistic socialism, which
    • according to purely physical laws. Obviously, materialistic socialism
    • anything spiritual, purely programmatic organizations throughout the
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    • entirely on that surface of things which is scientifically
    • life of the nation-spirit with us is not merely something abstract,
    • through warmth. Now this is not entirely fixed, but can have
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    • believes that the earth has only developed through the purely mineral
    • Is that an entirely unreal conception; to picture the earth as seen
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    • Seraphim as falling short in respect of reality — purely in
    • spoken of today merely as a condition in which bodies exist. No one
    • merely the expression of the fact that the Beings are there.
    • there, neither is the warmth. The warmth is merely the revelation of
    • its true meaning. Red — surely you do not think that red is, in
    • entry of the nineteenth century did this knowledge become entirely
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    • it could only come about in an entirely personal way. And often it
    • moving, surging sea composed entirely of cloud. Morning mist, and the
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    • not merely as harmful but as sinful — and for the following
    • disembodied human being, purely spiritual, and yet at the same time
    • you will have the feeling: This is surely almost the very same
    • merely at the content of the words a man says, if you know how to
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    • received a task from the Spirituality of the Worlds, not merely, as
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    • far back, the whole manner of thinking was nevertheless entirely
    • These should never be received merely abstractly, one must identify
    • it appears to be merely a sense of smell, but the faculty, the
    • astral. He acquires the faculty whereby he is able, not merely to
    • from such hidden sources, knowledge that was later entirely
    • times, of course, it was taught in a merely abstract way.
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    • who wanted to foster, not a merely formal or abstract, but a true
    • are impossible so long as man merely stands there alone — just
    • a purely spiritual way within me. The triangle as a whole — all
    • age of abstract knowledge came — when men became entirely
    • pathological conditions. All that arises merely from within, becomes
    • independently of the purely hereditary nature, can be carried up
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    • logical, abstract speech we employ to express merely natural truths.
    • materialism of mankind in the last four centuries is shown not merely
    • merely as a rarity, or as something one seeks to explain by means of a
    • It is not merely that we should look up in our thoughts from the
    • oneself entirely bound up with the cosmos and surrendered to it.
    • Precisely in these particular phenomena, one feels entirely
    • does not mean that such an Imagination is merely built up out of
    • subconsciousness, merely shaping the lower nature of Man; we must
    • substances, not merely in terms of material value; let us learn to
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    • Rosicrucians, who wanted to foster, not a merely formal or abstract,
    • merely stands there alone, — just as little as it is possible
    • board portrays to me what I bear in a purely spiritual way within me.
    • pathological conditions. All that arises merely from within, becomes
    • independently of the purely hereditary nature, can be carried up
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    • merely know he is called Miller, so we know very little about Gabriel
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    • purely out of spiritual science itself, an understanding of this Event
    • facts, but you rarely speak of God. — People do not notice why
    • you may merely theorise over these things, but that you may transform
    • feel ourselves in the spiritual world by merely repeating: Spirit,
    • be the spiritual guidance of every human soul who is sincerely and
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    • earth has been exhaled entirely; breathed out into the wide spaces of
    • Michael” means that we should not organise our life merely out of
    • experiencing the Mystery of Golgotha above all as something entirely
    • courage would have to be found amongst them not merely to discuss
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    • explain them with one's own ideas must surely destroy their fresh
    • substances of a purely physical body. The soul needs this organism in
    • experiences when it is outside the physical body and living a purely
    • is merely the one that holds good for the present day. This modern
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    • almost entirely for yourselves. This particular fairy tale is a kind
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    • memory, experienced purely within the soul, the memory of the Mystery
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    • longer dives merely down into himself and knows himself as a spiritual
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    • Mysteries they were not merely told, they were consciously
    • experienced. Men did not merely know these things; they inwardly
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    • cosmic writing, when the stars mean more to us than something merely
    • buried? For surely one would imagine that that which has been can
    • Christmas impulse must not remain a merely intellectual, theoretic and
    • henceforth we understand that we can no longer merely represent an
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    • in order to demonstrate to men that something entirely new must be
    • Dalai-Lama must be sought for — on an entirely democratic
    • between nostrils and upper lip barely a millimeter too long in one of
    • the drama from the purely artistic point of view because I know only
    • entirely in the Past as it plays into his personal life, in the past
    • with his wife. He lives entirely in the spirit, and the manner of his
    • spiritual world. Around the Count whose spirit lives entirely in the
    • physically, describes principles of art and produces an entirely new
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    • re-incarnated, for the most part they will know, not merely as a
    • in the wife and in the child of the Count relapses into a purely
    • entirely lost today. Furthermore — and I hasten to emphasise it
    • purely through heredity, to their descendants and actually to be
    • that these spiritual qualities were not merely inherited, but
    • today — which is fully justified in the purely physical domain.
    • to be determined entirely by those in whom they happen to believe.
    • To reason entirely on the basis of what is found by outer perception
    • can only lead to a purely materialistic conception and interpretation
    • some branch of science is entirely misplaced. We shall also realise
    • confined themselves to purely historical Christianity was passing
    • never heard it? Surely there is greater danger in the books of
    • of Golgotha purely as an historical event. The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • sincerely and genuinely strives for knowledge, but who in our age is
    • and the world of men round about us? Everything was entirely
    • there was malice in a man, his countenance was entirely transformed
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    • “I am” merely according to the level of existence
    • keep traces, but merely traces, of ancient, mighty and powerful
    • man's ancestry by remembering not merely his own personal experiences,
    • merely an image of human thought.
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    • for a creative activity transcending the merely natural. Otherwise,
    • for spiritual impulses, but merely utilitarian buildings. And what would
    • within me something which has no existence in purely natural surroundings.
    • has no place in the consciousness of a merely naturalistic civilization.
    • overcoming of purely plant constituents, and can transform the animal
    • architectural forms. Insofar as these forms were artistic and not merely
    • historical art form can be understood from merely naturalistic principles.
    • the whole universe; not merely out of the present universe — there
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    • in the head, there is a part adapted to the purely earthly. In this
    • out, we do see colors in purely physical things which can be counted,
    • created this substance through a purely spiritual green. The moment
    • in beholding colors, we do not merely perceive what is contemporary,
    • to see a colored jewel merely in the present, just as it is impossible,
    • is able to understand this emergence of greenness sees not merely the
    • like painting, are two-dimensional. We overcome the merely spatial. Our
    • leave space entirely. Music is line-like, one-dimensional; is experienced
    • them. To act entirely naturalistically one would have to close the stage
    • on the stage turn into purely human action. The process took place
    • color and form. This is an inner, not merely outer, need of
    • abstract, theoretical, merely scientific, practical without being really
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    • about between birth and death by merely natural conditions.
    • lying between the purely naturalistic world and the world we must seek
    • to our inmost being. For in the merely naturalistic world we feel ourselves
    • man is merely the highest pinnacle of natural phenomena, there would
    • something entirely different. It presents a reality which reconciles
    • What it needs is a relationship to the truly, not merely thought-out,
    • other words, by changing only slightly the purely physical, he led it
    • only just barely possible for the author. For Goethe to bring his
    • Tieck depicts a human being who, entirely out of the forces of his own
    • his classical art, William Lovell seeks it nevertheless, relying entirely
    • and all that earthly life gives him on a purely naturalistic basis. In
    • free, his passage into a purely material civilization was an historical
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    • merely of phantasy but of spiritual perception; and it was by this means
    • not think merely by virtue of his own inner force. In every
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    • he saw not merely the earthly in that metal but the sun proclaiming
    • words, the thing painted is merely an inducement. For example, we never
    • beauty; something not belonging entirely to the realm of the beautiful
    • by reason of his bringing the spiritual not merely to manifestation
    • entirely virtuous life. The only tragic person is one who in some way
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    • more one surrenders to purely abstract thoughts, dead thoughts, the
    • reality; they are dead gestures which merely point to that reality; and
    • all ideas flow to a certain point and to follow the purely artistic
    • artistically at man, one realizes that, seen merely from the viewpoint
    • as it were, naked to the world. The need is to see, by means of a purely
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    • to show that color is not merely something which covers the surface
    • call it the lustre of life. If the spirit does not wish merely to reveal
    • general picture, and not merely as a naturalistic imitation of actions
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    • relating to the soul is merely a name, a word. For even with regard
    • entirely composed of thoughts arising from theories. There is nothing
    • is not enough merely to know the child, we must know the human
    • between death and a new birth man's interests are almost entirely
    • descending to earth we live entirely in the outer world. The whole
    • particular word, you will find that you thereby entirely drive out
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    • really entirely sense-organ.
    • observe. You very rarely hear people relating such things as these,
    • have already become a means of magic because they are merely
    • spirit he can do entirely what he thinks right. You will say: Yes,
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    • child grows with all the kingdoms of the earth. He no longer merely
    • blind. You will be speaking entirely beyond the child if you speak of
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    • create an atmosphere in which a story like this is not merely related
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    • it has been drawn right in and is no longer merely loosely connected
    • entirely un-spiritual it should have a living experience of
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    • between the soul quality which he sees in himself and what is merely
    • and nerves system is performing a function entirely different from
    • is not merely a question of knowing that the child is excitable and
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    • merely formal calculation, as it very often is, and will become
    • one should endeavour to keep entirely to the concrete in Arithmetic,
    • of teaching, and the School is purely a
    • settled entirely on grounds of expediency. If you simply find that
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    • must admit that this is a merely negative definition. It offers no
    • merely terrestrial. Such individuals were opponents of what “humoral
    • one comes to purely arbitrary assertions, and the nineteenth century
    • generally accepted definitions, which are merely negative. These
    • man into the upright posture, not merely on occasion, as among the
    • we have lost, yet sorely need if we are not to stop at formal
    • demands are made on man's personality than if we merely refer to
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    • the purely functional, one can also speak of a polarity, but a
    • activity from external chemistry and dynamics has been entirely
    • what was at first merely a tendency to hysteria, may take physical
    • a sense to another. Therefore it is entirely reasonable to come to
    • connection but merely a correspondence.
    • not to regard this fatigue as purely subjective, but as organically
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    • in therapeutics at the present time, purely empirical methods
    • But in a purely rational approach to medicine, we might surely expect
    • will. Thus in the motor nerves we have sensory nerves that merely
    • etc., an influence which is entirely hypothetical.
    • him. Thus the whole course of events is merely externally linked with
    • substance, are simply lifted out of the organs, and exist entirely in
    • faculty or function. Take as an example — purely by way of
    • mineral kingdom. The mineral kingdom was envisaged merely as being
    • unknown point in time, from a merely inorganic to an organic activity.
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    • requires not only a one-sided purely therapeutic orientation, but a
    • rationale into what is otherwise merely an empirical thinking on a
    • What does it mean? What arises in your thoughts is entirely within the
    • happens to light, that is, to something purely etheric; it becomes
    • entirely at the expense of his intestinal organs, and the intestinal
    • knowledge. We cannot merely echo the physicians of antiquity, who
    • that reconquest we shall find the purely materialistic achievements of
    • merely indicate this today, but treat it in detail later) through the
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    • in another context, we cannot merely repeat what the physicians of old
    • and thrown off the solid particles. But it is a purely external view
    • to consider the planetary process as a merely mechanical deposit of
    • antipathy is not justifiable. As we shall see, purely plant remedies
    • of today, that the earth is merely composed of minerals. People do not
    • somewhat strange way. Those who merely followed the many speeches that
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    • earth. The plant strives to escape from the earth, not merely
    • medical works of the past, but is based entirely on contemporary
    • the human heart is not merely an organ pertaining to his organism, but
    • merely as a being of soul and spirit. In other aspects of being, he is
    • was because of the Moon's silvery radiance — merely because of this
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    • But this view is incomplete. The moon is not merely earth's satellite
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    • the Divine in man, if they only understand by that a purely abstract
    • contracted and synthesised. This is perhaps purely a picture, a kind
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    • apply to the body, whether by chemical, physiological or purely
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    • have a merely relative importance. The methodical study of
    • human organisms among us today that cannot tolerate purely vegetable
    • cooked foodstuffs — the latter being much more merely nutritive. In
    • least) in order to develop syphilis proper. Merely to state this
    • the individual's stature into consideration as well; but if we merely
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    • ourselves, surely, we are at liberty to refer to these things.) This
    • them ceaselessly and therefore it is entirely true to say that if
    • course, difficult to distinguish these activities from those entirely
    • One final comment; you surely need no longer find it strange that
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    • Surely today we need to give heed not only to the science of Röntgen
    • anæmia. It simply does not suffice merely to note the presence of
    • instance of the manner in which the purely external chemistry of
    • merely to put the remedy directly on to the seat of the pain or
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    • with their culmination in cancer, by means of merely physical methods,
    • For indeed no one should merely assert that clairvoyance is needed in
    • not entirely inadequate in describing the forces in play.
    • habitually relied on they merely make the soul inert; but they
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    • moulding the physical organism, yet entirely inaccessible to external
    • moreover such an approach is entirely barren as a foundation for
    • subject further, but for the moment we are considering merely the
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    • therefore only very rarely reaches by intuition what ancient mankind
    • so that we may rely on being able to influence and treat the region in
    • which lies yet further beyond the purely astral realm.
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    • is merely the culling and blunting of the sensitiveness of the
    • social conditions of the patient, and merely to cure its sequelæ.
    • entirely red, or entirely blue. The difference is considerable. Take a
    • appertain to the adult may be used prematurely. Of course the
    • keep to the purely diagnostic use of psycho-analysis, we are employing
    • ruled out as merely preposterous to ascribe all those qualities to
    • consciousness, the other, its opposite, to an orientation to the purely
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    • believe destruction and decay are purely the result of external
    • really purely external. Roux has even extended these concepts to the
    • severely today, simply because materialism is the continuation of
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    • a distinction is absurd. The matter in question is entirely different.
    • however the gymnastic exercises lie too much in the merely
    • hand, one starts at the apex, so to speak, with purely occult facts,
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    • third body in accordance with earth forces. Sex maturity merely a
    • this liver activity is, naturally, entirely in the lower body; but
    • the forces of heredity, but entirely by the spirit-and-soul which has
    • the liver is not merely the organ modern physiology describes; it is
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    • profession, took severely to task the penniless Swabian, Fritz
    • that surely the spirit-self is not yet developed. Nevertheless, such
    • attend it on purely ethical grounds, desirous only to serve humanity
    • a later time. If we are not satisfied for this to remain merely a
    • ones. This answers quite well for the life that proceeds merely in
    • or else maintaining an entirely neutral attitude. And the decisions
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    • organisation returns, it does not lay hold merely of the etheric body
    • merely indirectly, but directly. We are in the buoyancy with our ego.
    • the connection is direct — not indirect, not merely
    • perceptions of sound, is in reality speaking merely of their external
    • is purely physical, having been constructed in accordance with the
    • again into the world in all directions. The lung should be merely the
    • has succeeded in penetrating right through. If he has merely come in,
    • entirely to the fact that congestion is present in the liver, or in
    • entirely to our own organism; and this, as we have seen, can go so
    • said, entirely justified in seeking to acquire everything for itself
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    • God. In the embryonic period, it is entirely a matter of how things
    • human being” is a purely conventional one, founded on the
    • leave the realm of the abstract entirely and enter right into the
    • call for bodily activity, or else methods that work purely in the
    • are merely dejected and sorrowful with the child — that is no
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    • severely criticised. He has made all kinds of innovations in
    • orchestral music, merely in order to avoid repeating eternally the
    • merely as an example, of course. Through developing an intelligent
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    • I do not mean an attentiveness merely of the intellect, but a
    • but substance — is derived entirely from external nourishment.
    • probability this points back to a purely mechanical injury, either at
    • left entirely to me. His attainments up to that time may be judged
    • unable to do this. Then, in so far as we are concerned merely with
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    • entirely enter it. Supposing you were to draw your astral body out of
    • purely animal instincts of the physical organism. He was greedy, and
    • in the metabolism of this irregularity. The illness consists entirely
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    • later. Development is said to have been entirely normal during the
    • first half year. It was not entirely normal; but the lack of right
    • head organisation owes its origin entirely to the co-operation of
    • is lively and imaginative; she is restless, not merely in her body,
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    • is to say, are entirely aesthetic. It will therefore be for the
    • is here looked upon by no means merely as a necessity, but as
    • a feeling of pity, that way we merely get bewildered and distraught;
    • think of this little fellow, whenever I look at him, it is not merely
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    • to an entirely healthy instinct that the boy undoubtedly possesses —
    • did you do then? Please tell me, honestly and sincerely: What did you
    • still expressing itself today — and not merely in words, it
    • mastication lie almost entirely outside the realm of the child's
    • really entirely ready to meet you in this matter, and propose to use
    • a boy, is entirely normal. Then came, as fourth, the younger of our
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    • child has entirely failed to get hold of the principle of imitation,
    • get on with. The boy can be taught entirely on the lines of Waldorf
    • we go forward entirely in the spirit of discovery. A great many
    • is surely quite unnecessary that we should waste time discussing what
    • Anthroposophical Movement, and it would surely be good if the karmic
    • now set out upon a task that is entirely new and of fundamental
    • before all else will be sincerely and faithfully to learn what is
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    • part content merely to specify the abnormality and not trouble
    • relationships will serve merely to start you off in the right
    • with the conditions — I do not mean merely knowing them in
    • than herself; but we have a spectacle merely of egoism when we behold
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    • achieving entirely practical methods of applying
    • to become something entirely different when its soul- qualities
    • totality — and to give oneself up entirely to this
    • have attained an entirely new soul-power; that we have
    • life, and entirely to withdraw our attention from it.
    • we descend into the region of feeling and not merely
    • as this we perceive that we cannot merely say that our life
    • spiritual knowledge is such that man does not merely approach
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    • nervous organisation merely in order that the nerves may, in
    • corpse or pathological conditions, observing them not merely in
    • really inwardly organised as two entirely separate
    • hearing and so on; but we also find that he is entirely
    • the astral body. The sense-life of man is entirely different
    • merely represents what is, actually, a ‘process.’ (A crystal
    • criticise them, but merely to make certain statements.) For
    • carbonic acid. This is perfectly correct according to a purely
    • connected with another. We do not merely breathe in oxygen and
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    • we merely speak of these constituent parts of the human being
    • and Ego-organisation pass entirely out of the physical and
    • merely on outer analogies. External observation might
    • disintegrated, a purely poisonous activity is taking
    • a healer, can become wholly man; not merely one who
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    • success in achieving entirely practical methods of applying
    • entirely different when its soul-qualities are developed
    • totality — and to give oneself up entirely to this
    • entirely new soul-power; that we have something in us that is
    • life, and entirely to withdraw our attention from it.
    • region of feeling and not merely with feeling, but also with
    • that we cannot merely say that our life streams up into the
    • such that man does not merely approach natural and spiritual
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    • nervous organisation merely in order that the nerves may, in
    • them not merely in regard to their “dead”
    • on; but we also find that he is entirely permeated by the
    • astral body. The sense-life of man is entirely different from
    • rest; it merely represents what is, actually, a
    • criticise them, but merely to make certain statements.) For
    • according to a purely external method of observation. This
    • process is, however, connected with another. We do not merely
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    • If we merely
    • in sleep the astral body and Ego-organisation pass entirely out
    • see how superficial it is to base our judgments merely on outer
    • spirit. When something is being disintegrated, a purely
    • a healer, can become wholly man; not merely one who thinks
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    • are merely the polemics of dilettantism, or unprofessionalism, leveled
    • powers of human reasoning which rely upon the testimony of the senses
    • This method of research was nevertheless entirely justifiable during
    • concern the physical body; purely with the assistance of the senses
    • consist merely of physical body, which can be investigated either with
    • mineral kingdom alone appears purely physical to us. In it we can
    • we are able to see not merely the physical body of man, but the
    • purely physical means of healing to a knowledge which works with
    • What I have just briefly indicated is merely the commencement of an
    • nothing comes into consideration save what can take place as a purely
    • — namely, that it is a question of not merely administering
    • of as the “mysteries,” were not just merely
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    • are merely the polemics of dilettantism, or unprofessionalism, leveled
    • powers of human reasoning which rely upon the testimony of the senses
    • This method of research was nevertheless entirely justifiable during
    • concern the physical body; purely with the assistance of the senses
    • consist merely of physical body, which can be investigated either with
    • mineral kingdom alone appears purely physical to us. In it we can
    • we are able to see not merely the physical body of man, but the
    • purely physical means of healing to a knowledge which works with
    • What I have just briefly indicated is merely the commencement of an
    • nothing comes into consideration save what can take place as a purely
    • — namely, that it is a question of not merely administering
    • of as the “mysteries,” were not just merely
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    • origin simply in human and, in this case, purely economic
    • of stereotyped theories, party definitions or merely abstract
    • merely every man for himself, is inseparably involved with the
    • And then these became mixed up with purely economic concerns,
    • X..., himself said. X merely wanted to point out the
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    • do not merely believe but perceive as truths that are
    • being is the same in all lives; it merely represents the fact
    • the purely practical accomplishments of the modern age would
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    • development is a sum of entirely external occurrences. It is
    • removed from the present. Something entirely different was
    • body did not consist entirely of the copy of Jesus'
    • century, and it is here that we discover an entirely
    • entirely on the physical plane; then in the following
    • something entirely different. Such people do not live in
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    • as purely a spiritual process and not in the way as if one
    • they were merely simple human beings possessing the new
    • merely on the strength of what was reported to have happened
    • theory, not the sum total of concepts given merely for the
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    • seemingly purely physical event made him suitable to receive
    • purely intellectual speculation of Arabism. Such speculation
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    • post-Atlantean era. Surely, when the founders of this branch
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    • fifth epoch who must rely on themselves and on their own ego
    • rely on their human ego only. The legend of the Holy Grail
    • is given to it cannot transcend itself because it merely
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    • something entirely different.
    • “Me,” the Divine Being; only an entirely
    • he was born prematurely, and the same is also said of the
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    • and cannot say it. For when we merely think something or experience it
    • “am” merely because I myself am thinking. For us these
    • record what these instruments show and then build up a purely spatial
    • astronomy and astrophysics. They do not notice that they are merely
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    • Thus the notion of a purely material Nature in the environment
    • merely in the form of thoughts is speaking in an unreal way. This is
    • merely on the tongue or in the mouth, deeply permeated by a certain
    • Now when the Sun's rays fall on to the Earth, they are not merely
    • worm for whom it never rains, and he is entirely encased in the Earth.
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    • and is mostly entirely unheeded.
    • a purely inner experience of soul and spirit, at the most with symbols
    • first of our ordinary dream-life with an attitude based purely on what
    • soon as we are not merely dreaming while awake but are using this
    • their compensation. He is not merely set within the moral world-order
    • extend into our consciousness, which will be overlaid entirely by our
    • rely on, they cannot draw life from it; above all, that the ideas
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    • entered into an entirely different kind of existence in the Cosmos. So
    • that as regards the further evolution of the Earth we cannot merely
    • them Druid sages, for both are expressions entirely suited to that
    • in signs or the like, unless it were merely to imitate the things of
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    • them with entirely materialistic thoughts — no fruitful thoughts
    • by practical experience, and not merely in theory, that we only have a
    • entirely wrong conception of the life between death and rebirth if we
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    • does not merely lead to nothing particular, like ordinary dancing, but
    • human culture. You may be sure that it will not stop at merely
    • Heaven with great indistinctness. This is merely a picture, but it
    • means, which many suppose to be merely accidental. He may meet a man
    • entirely accidental experience, but from this rays forth a stimulus
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    • in herself the forces of which I just spoke. She has entirely sucked
    • man who has inhaled holds the air entirely in himself.
    • when the Earth with its being has entirely withdrawn into itself.
    • the flooding moonlight, it was done purely in accordance with what
    • spatial setting of the Moon constellation to the purely temporal
    • the purely spatial. This was a powerful “jolt” of mankind
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    • thought, the Easter festival merely reflects an ancient custom, as do
    • spiritual is conceived merely in abstract thoughts but only when it is
    • entirely different.
    • otherwise abstract, merely thought-out, with what is the natural
    • think, not merely abstractly, but to be able again to think so
    • today for a person merely to indulge in esoteric speculations; it is
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    • today and indeed dominates our culture: it devotes its ideas entirely
    • but from entirely different quarters.
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    • worked in an entirely different way from that of later times. We might
    • Today I want to share something entirely different with you in this
    • streaming down from above out of the otherwise merely mineral air. In
    • are fashioned entirely out of the earthly element. At Christmas man
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    • not feel winter as we feel it, that it merely gets cold and we have to
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • merely provides a kind of scaffolding around the ether-body. We begin,
    • an answer and we are thrown back entirely upon our own resources —
    • changes all the time. You are not merely a man of flesh, bone and muscle, but
    • between the “nerve man” and the blood is a purely external one.
    • You see, truths that are otherwise presented merely in the form of
    • Sphinx. Oedipus is merely a personification, in a very typical form,
    • race, not merely upon himself. Even the doom that falls upon him is of
    • the spiritual world, not merely the inhabitant of a human body. This
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    • anatomist or physiologist who investigates merely the physical
    • with a being from the right. If we were able to be entirely within our
    • of thought, Lucifer can fill entirely this left side of the human
    • consider it merely as it appears at first sight; we only understand it
    • merely in its outward
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    • A purely external science finds itself in difficulties when it comes
    • comes and shows me an entirely different being, with wrinkled
    • Lucifer. If Lucifer were to withdraw entirely from our etheric body,
    • entirely from our etheric body, we would never be able to attain cool
    • something that was merely in myself, it was no mere dream that I
    • that inasmuch as we speak and do not merely think silently, we come
    • entirely natural to us. Natural would be for us an intermediate state
    • life? For the most part, we merely satisfy thereby our desire, our
    • were to give himself up entirely to this, he would lose the ground
    • love duty he no longer merely surrenders himself to duty; he rises out
    • recognize him here, for we set him free from his merely external
    • merely demand our rights out of self-love but understand what has come
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    • been able to see that here an entirely artistic personality has
    • of art expressed in the Roman Iphigeneia is entirely
    • regard to their purely aesthetic impulses. For to an inartistic
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    • Homeric poems; but in this respect he lived entirely in abstract
    • and recitation. For in a certain sense we have entirely lost the
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    • lives within us not merely as an external narrative, but sending
    • Greeks, into the entirely metrical hexameter: so that inwardly, the
    • quite become a purely conceptual representation; it is arrested on
    • purely conceptual representations, we arrest it where the will
    • that is purely external and mechanical. An inner awareness in the
    • declamation as an example, that we do not merely set before
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    • has to learn in this domain must derive purely from what is learnt
    • intellect to grasp the merely word-for-word content, then the
    • drama external reality is merely imitated naturalistically.
    • In this way, merely touching upon
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    • say something merely as an expression of the prose-content –
    • – for all this the art of poetry exists. We would surely not
    • by any intellectual activity. As it is here a matter of purely
    • who’s been so sorely tested,
    • scene you have just heard, which dealt with purely spiritual
    • purely declamatory one.
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    • in purely intellectual concepts, our knowledge will yield nothing
    • incorporate, while the prose-content was there merely as a ladder
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    • man. This is not said merely as a metaphor, but as a deeper
    • and weight. Rambling off into prose is merely the foolishness of
    • purely quantitative verse that it serves as the sensible
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    • entirely conjoined with the cosmos. The air which I have just
    • wrote at that time: it is entirely declamatory. Then he comes
    • poetry will be mechanised! will be reduced to a purely mechanical
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    • therefore, in our judgment of two entirely different spiritual
    • dispute over mathematics, because we have raised mathematics entirely
    • way, different entirely from His previous presence.
    • necessary. And this receptivity had to be acted on not merely by an
    • merely exoterically, but also esoterically, for it is rooted in
    • that this discipline of the Will does not arise merely from the
    • But these pictures do not merely appear before him in thoughts and
    • purely spiritual took part in the physical world; but over against
    • entirely engrossed in the Imagination of the danger which issues from
    • offers merely ‘King Jesus’ in the leading role. But the
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    • earlier lecture-courses the purely Christian Initiation; with its
    • been given — consciously or unconsciously — an entirely
    • merely with himself, with his own psyche. The individual says to
    • with regard to karma, even if only a purely hypothetical
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    • designated merely as of human birth, but as a son of the Gods, this
    • the world. And only the living Christ, not one that is merely thought
    • of, can give the answer. Anything that works merely in the soul
    • merely subjective. In the preceding centuries Faith had been demanded
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    • is not merely the material body we see with our eyes; it has a
    • not merely live everywhere enclosed by matter, but are like drops in
    • cannot be right merely to call someone to him and impart to him the
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    • than their being merely parts. There must first be the quite definite
    • off the human form entirely on passing through death, as he was on
    • etheric body, but we strip off the physical body entirely; we see it
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    • merely uttering it he has said a very great deal.
    • of those who simply deny Jesus entirely; it is naturally quite easy
    • water is quite unlike hydrogen? And so he is! Hence we cannot rely
    • existence if he merely takes marble or something else, and strikes
    • part than the external substances. The external substances are merely
    • externally in nature. They are merely caught up by the human Form.
    • though the Saturn, Sun, and Moon periods has merely created something
    • entirely transparent, and it is the Lucifer forces in man which have
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    • a mirror in which you see yourself, he does not break you. You merely
    • consists entirely of cells which are all children of the original
    • the world with Christianity must therefore not be regarded merely as
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • Christianity entered into the world as a religion, it was not merely
    • entirely unjustifiable from a scientific standpoint. History already
    • individual who takes no esoteric path, but remains entirely in the
    • that human evolution can take its course purely in the inner being of
    • human ideal compatible with Earth-evolution merely by an inner
    • entirely a concern of the individual soul. To anyone with an outlook
    • world; they are not merely experiences of the soul. The pupil of the
    • what he has given out from himself, is not connected merely with
    • he incurs as error and sin is not merely subjective, and that an
    • experience in the soul which is merely subjective is not sufficient
    • certain sense deprived of the Divine. A merely material world was
    • matter is not merely matter, but that there are ceremonial acts
    • they disputed whether the bread and wine are merely symbols of the
    • worlds, men become ripe in their inner being not merely to experience
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    • Gospel — his chief object was not merely to relate what he
    • if the impressions were merely in the astral body and etheric body.
    • merely the knowledge that the karmic fulfillment of our deed must
    • earth-lives. These feelings, which are not merely a theoretical
    • set free not merely from the lower earth-path and earth-fate, but
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    • body. Why, then, was it that man did not fall away entirely at that
    • direct expression of spiritual beings. Because man came prematurely
    • moral ideals of humanity are merely sublimations of animal impulses,
    • Man does not as yet entirely base his life on the principle that his
    • other beings, entirely self-enclosed, driven into that condition by
    • actually achieve when, after Christ's appearance, he does not merely
    • through this knowledge of Christ. Were man merely to say: I am content
    • Christ has wrought. Christ desired not merely to work, but also to be
    • Spiritual science is therefore not merely a “conception of the world”
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    • enter this region. He merely indicates that in this mysterious realm
    • man's eyes were opened prematurely. But since Lucifer himself was an
    • shut him off entirely from the spiritual world so that he was led to
    • Lucifer's influence in the Lemurian epoch was merely the corruption of
    • entirely different nature and thus gains an influence over fire and
    • Up to now we have been describing merely the terrible influence that
    • well be entirely guiltless as far as his own karma is concerned; but
    • befall him. If, however, he is entirely guiltless, compensation will
    • “Fluidic Earth”, the material constitution of which is entirely
    • workings of Ahriman's karma often lie somewhere else entirely. It is
    • entirely by vanity and ambition. How much scientific research is
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    • steep himself not merely in the theological but in the human attitude
    • I am now speaking entirely in the sense in which an initiated
    • among men. He did not command what is to be done; He did not merely
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    • are able to believe not merely in the Word revealed to the Mystics,
    • come for the transition into the Sixth Root Race. I shall merely
    • been able to indicate it in an entirely external way. But today it is
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • from Plato and the Platonists who had devoted themselves so sincerely
    • and taught in the same way, and I merely mention this to show you
    • sincerely as I thank you for this now, so do I trust that the spirit
    • common with objectivity and is purely arbitrary. A deep abyss thus
    • purely scientific modes of cognition. And so — in spite of all
    • realized that thinking is not merely a matter of stimulus from
    • that does not merely contain pictures of fantasy, but pictures bearing
    • history of mankind. To-day I am merely placing certain suggestive
    • longer merely from the observation of natural laws — may find
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    • only a short time ago was rarely present — that the child of
    • merely theoretical. We must investigate from within those forces
    • from an education adapted purely to the body to an education more
    • say, to-day, of course merely in a preliminary sense, that it is a
    • merely open his eyes to the earthly but also to the super-sensible.
    • when man is born, when he comes forth as a purely physical being,
    • merely hold good for this or that particular nation, but for all
    • to the outer eye, was entirely a bodily exercise, a kind of concerted
    • entirely forgotten. What I have told you is, nevertheless, the truth,
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    • disappeared, but are merely slumbering within the human being and
    • Without any actual knowledge, but merely out of human instincts, the
    • practice has become habit, then I have achieved securely what I have
    • development is no longer of a purely bodily nature but when the soul
    • flowed directly into man, but was merely preserved. This still
    • a heritage merely on the authority of tradition. This was the outer
    • Greek could rely upon instinct, for his task was to conserve the
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    • entirely from the human body. The body of man was in a certain sense
    • life. That which appears at the top merely symbolically, and within
    • in John Stuart Mill and Herbert Spencer appears merely, so to say, as
    • merely a copy of mechanics. To those who have a full sense of
    • School were first of all given a Seminary Course. It was not merely a
    • definite form and boundary, does not merely think; he also feels and
    • from ideal man, but this ideal must not be merely theoretical; it
    • being. I choose the most striking example, but merely provisionally.
    • goes on successively, merely reaching its culmination with the coming
    • itself with man, it goes into the man. Then we no longer see merely
    • unpractical mode of observation, which merely evolves a human being
    • to Inspiration — the actual perception of the purely spiritual
    • itself merely with the obvious soul qualities of the human being and
    • blood and of the fluids into the lips is entirely involuntary. When
    • us insight into man's development and how an otherwise merely
    • the human being, we must not merely set about this with an artistic
    • abstract thinking, thinking that merely arises from the association
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    • it that the human being cannot acquire what he needs in life merely
    • than another. I merely want to describe how the different epochs
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    • discussed; it is purely and simply a matter of practice, and one can
    • force the child to walk by external methods, if we do not merely help
    • them. He does not merely shape his nature according to our words and
    • Speech does not arise merely because a movement of the right hand
    • merely one example. All modern toys are of the same type and they
    • Children often behave well in the presence of others merely from a
    • This is merely
    • delay as long as possible the giving of mental concepts in a purely
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    • may give himself up to a purely mystical life of soul and spirit,
    • movement. Even in purely mental activity the will is active and is
    • up must not be compared with the purely chemical combustion of the
    • child. He is given this or that exercise merely because it is
    • catch phrase, though this ‘revival’ is of a purely
    • form of punishment had been entirely superseded. As a matter of fact, what
    • merely from the point of view of ordinary anatomy and physiology, but
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    • a purely mental concept. On the other hand, a healthy growth will
    • the child is prematurely involved in a process of development
    • way, so that the letter does not spring from merely mechanical movements
    • taught the child in this way remains quite foreign to him. He is merely
    • suggested by modern geology — that the earth consists merely of
    • speaking, merely of a sheath surrounding the protoplasm. We show the
    • it is merely a continuation of the metabolism. Yet man, in so far as
    • of educational work must be net merely to teach facts about the plants
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    • are merely terms.) Inspiration gives insight into the so-called
    • to observe purely external things — things of material,
    • must not pass on to addition in a lifeless, mechanical way merely adding
    • will be that what is the usual, purely external way of adding, by
    • expressing the same thing — I am merely indicating a principle.
    • ourselves merely to descriptions of human beings. We may, for
    • The problem of teaching is thus not merely a question of the pupil's
    • and not merely on one part of his nature. Important as it is to consider
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    • — before this age, our descriptions must be purely pictorial
    • social life has entirely changed, yet our mode of education has
    • practical life. To understand the purely human aspect of the teaching
    • European languages there is one that proceeds purely from the element
    • will be absorbed by his whole being, not merely by the forces of soul
    • purely educational principles we begin to teach foreign languages in
    • Greek, is based entirely on grammar and rules of syntax, the lessons
    • so far as speech is concerned, to be able not merely to speak
    • prematurely. In the Waldorf School the child is led first of all to a
    • is based on the purely human element and associated moreover with a certain
    • very difficult to introduce into this religious instruction the purely
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    • modern systems of education is to eliminate memory almost entirely.
    • entirely to the school doctor. I think we are particularly fortunate
    • qualities, but also his purely “human” qualities,
    • More and more he must begin to realize and experience the purely
    • civilization, the purely human element. To this end, not only must
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    • school, whether from merely hearing about the way it is run, or
    • conception of the world, not one which is merely thought out
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    • knowledge of man, not merely a knowledge of the child, but a
    • was entirely within it. On the one hand it is hard to imagine a
    • things which one rarely meets; but in spite of this, because
    • nothing less than a knowledge of man; not merely the sort of
    • upon as being merely fantastic day-dreaming.
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    • But surely the question arises as to whether dying, the passing
    • in no sense merely an external, intellectual pattern; moreover,
    • up to the change of teeth. He lives entirely in imitation,
    • entirely in the imitation of what in the widest possible sense
    • does he perceive merely the single gestures, but now he sees
    • the fruit is merely rudimentary. How far, for instance, the
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    • any direct approach be made to what is purely of a soul
    • never demands a merely logical approach, but one in
    • alive. It is purely a reflex movement of will, for the child
    • concept which is entirely devoid of reality. One experiences
    • merely a skeleton. So it is today under the influence of this
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    • one merely speaks about faculties or lack of faculties.
    • purely human attitude shows me that his individuality is
    • entirely to the individuality of the class teacher; each can do
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    • looks for support. If he does not merely let the parents come
    • absolutely nothing to do with life, merely to keep them busy.
    • rationalistic age. Nothing that is merely thought out should
    • not merely insignificant sensations in life, but where
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    • purely as a spirit. When however a non-anthroposophist wishes
    • of purely spiritual perception, but nevertheless he still has
    • There is a very slight, barely noticeable irregularity in the
    • spoken about as though they were entirely unrelated. This was
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    • body. You cannot say: We surely cannot expect all our teachers
    • the astral body of man and is projected into form is purely
    • an understanding of music, not in a purely external way, but
    • purely external and superficial. It is not even true. The
    • understanding, but he forms his judgment purely on the basis of
    • difficult to realise, into relationships which are purely
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    • immediately that he is merely a skeleton of civilisation. Ever
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    • beautiful thing in the world? Surely it is the growing,
    • day so-called reality something originating purely out of a
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • entirely physical in reading and writing, and just this
    • (this lecture is merely introductory, and only aphoristic
    • which arose purely as signs from the contemplation and
    • enough merely to form these shapes before the child with our
    • merely conventional.
    • he sees, on his not merely reading with his eye, but on his
    • “addenda.” Then we can rely on the response of a
    • which, however, must not be confused with any merely
    • merely copying the forms outside. But one must realize the
    • development establishes the individual securely in life? So we
    • children. Try not to excite interest artificially by relying on
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture II: On Language - the Oneness of man with the Universe
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    • it purely instinctively. Other more subconscious reflex
    • standstill and the “head-man” merely accompanies
    • merely assimilation adopting the outer picture.
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    • approach nature and other realms of the world in a merely
    • Were we to be purely intellectual beings, were we only to
    • quite wise gradually to pass from the purely abstract art which
    • the arts and crafts, for humanity to-day sorely needs truly
    • material, purely on the teacher's authority, for which
    • lectures, purely in virtue of their inner structure, could be
    • have set up more or less an ideal. But surely our
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    • tricks into teaching, merely for the sake of the
    • should be entirely ousted. That would be an utterly false idea.
    • participates, but merely as “tendency.” But only in
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    • kind they get it into their little hand; they do not merely
    • be made for all the inns which did not depend entirely on
    • have mentioned), severely philological treatise by a German
    • That is, in the very school itself the State did not merely
    • exercise a right of supervision, it did not merely control
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • even merely demurring. Consequently, I must introduce into
    • rely on the forces which inwardly bind one man to another
    • fact, if we were to analyse merely the meaning of things, we
    • not merely consist, as it did formerly, in the teacher's
    • “A good teacher must not merely bring out the rhythm, and
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    • will often have to rely on your gift for invention. You will
    • way you compass the whole human being, not merely the
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    • purely physical facts which take place outside the human being.
    • and which simply haul into blatant consciousness purely
    • always at least be conscious that we are not, of course, merely
    • absorb you as entirely as the child is absorbed in it —
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    • which is based merely on the element of language itself and not
    • no sentence. Do not merely string things together as is
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    • happen that it has been assigned a place in the severely
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    • and that we should educate and teach entirely from that point
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    • transforming much of what the children have absorbed purely
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    • respond intelligently if we rely on a certain instinctive
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    • still entirely hidden, and what in Spiritual Science we call
    • you pay attention not merely to what you do, but also to what
    • children. There is a big difference; and the difference is not merely
    • purely personal nature. The moment you have such thoughts the very
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    • is purely movement in mental picturing is a movement of images. But
    • images must be images of something; they cannot be merely images as
    • carried on by the soul before birth or conception, in the purely
    • us. Here you have the connection between the purely feeling nature of
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    • Man not merely a spectator but a stage for cosmic events.
    • part of what before his birth became purely thought life, he would
    • its essence which are common to-day are entirely confused, because
    • concrete life — purely out of his geometrical, mathematical
    • and arising: it is entirely seedlike, and has nothing dead within it.
    • content to be a spectator, that is, to be merely in the purely
    • is not merely a spectator of the world: he is rather the world's stage
    • stage upon which not merely a human process but a cosmic process is
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    • the Bolshevist method of education, which would entirely eradicate all
    • they do it merely on authority because they see that one in the school
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    • found in all thinking. Again, even a purely superficial contemplation
    • is willed. In all the numerous actions that we perform not merely out
    • charged with sympathy, whereas as a rule it merely unites us with our
    • activity is not merely willing but is also permeated with idea, with
    • ought to be purely objective.
    • artistic sphere — between what is purely thought-element and what
    • together as “general sense-activity” is merely “grey
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    • entirely in the light; you live in a fully conscious activity, if I
    • the whole human being in the will element with the merely intellectual
    • intuitions, that is entirely right for he does not produce them
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    • entirely comprehend our sensations, is because in these regions where
    • have a meaning which differs entirely from that we would give them in
    • entirely wakeful. Now you see that we are proceeding from a spiritual
    • the Threefold Organism of the State, which springs entirely out of
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    • “ I ,” I have something purely inward; in the
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    • point; going into the menagerie and seeing the lion is merely a single
    • arise of itself, if, for instance, the teacher does not merely
    • of teeth is entirely involved in the past. He is still filled with the
    • preparation rested entirely on the assumption that one describes
    • purely from a utilitarian point of view. But this assumption is met if
    • not good to give a purely systematising or scientific character to
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    • merely head bones metamorphosed, they are even more, head bones turned
    • soul only, spiritual characteristics being merely a quality of the
    • sees the human form merely as the development of some little animal or
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    • Nature has made use of the adult merely as a means to the process of
    • Now, of course, when the child is seven years old, he has not merely
    • children the conventional reading and writing of to-day in a merely
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    • merely the lazy-bones on your shoulders, it is that which would really
    • combustion which lacks both beginning and end. It is merely the middle
    • system. If a morbid disturbance goes beyond the merely vegetable
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    • is entirely immersed, he is swimming about in the spirit. This is not
    • intelligent occupation we do not merely splash about in the spirit: if
    • accordance with the demands of his environment and not merely in
    • child's outer bodily movements more and more to what is purely
    • not merely splash about in the spirit in his movements, but follows
    • Eurythmy. The more we make the child do purely physical gymnastics the
    • excessive tendency to fat. We must not entirely neglect the bodily
    • it into an activity that follows the body entirely, is a
    • nerves from decaying to an excessive degree. The more you merely skim
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    • achieve this we must now leave off developing language merely at
    • understanding for the thing I have just barely touched on in
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    • The education and curriculum in question is based entirely upon
    • We look at a child. If our view is merely external we cannot actually
    • entirely sense-organ (i.e. a child up to the seventh year). His blood
    • entirely sense-organ. Because it could not otherwise endure the dazzle
    • child is entirely sense-organ — shut itself off against the
    • child participates in the life of the outer world, lives entirely
    • — but lives entirely in the outer world.
    • knowledge, which is entirely within us. It is the form of knowledge
    • cognitive value dwell within ourselves. And a child lives entirely
    • a change in the child's whole life. Now no longer is he entirely
    • to be entirely surrounded by authority, then one has the possibility
    • These are the things which must not merely live as precepts in the
    • with his spirit, not merely think thoughts. These things must come to
    • to-day how a certain manner of inner life, not merely an outlook on
    • intellect prematurely, as people are so prone to do to-day.
    • Take a scientist such as Ernst Haeckel who lived entirely in external
    • — which can make it possible not merely to think of spirit, but
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    • from the way of the merely intellectual man.
    • Thinking goes on in us even when we stand aside from the world merely
    • am merely engaged in intellectual activity, or in observations of that
    • How one looks upon the plant not merely externally, but how one
    • visible far too rarely; astronomers can observe them on the rare
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    • way of Yoga to-day by something more purely spiritual and psychic, so
    • rests entirely on knowledge such as this I obtained
    • rely mainly on authority; and that for him to trust to an example he
    • thing as this can show us that to educate rightly we must not merely
    • avoid confronting him with logic prematurely. What is thus given in
    • terribly hard for our rationalistic age to grasp. It is surely obvious
    • such rhythms in human life. Human life is not merely built up on the
    • merely projected into the nerve life, to become idea (concept) one
    • the child is entirely Sense Organ, namely, entirely Head; as I have
    • already explained the child is entirely SENSE ORGAN. (Note by
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    • lectures would lead away from practical life into some remote, purely
    • on the purely spiritual domain. From what I have said so far in
    • could make at the outset. To-day, I would merely like to say that when
    • But they are not content with merely knowing, where education is
    • entirely bound up physically with the nerve-senses-system of his
    • repeatedly stated — the child is entirely sense organ, entirely
    • a somewhat exaggerated and pictorial way. The child is as yet entirely
    • we develop inwardly something of an entirely different nature. Thus a
    • conditions are merely faint undertones of life.
    • imitator; he models himself entirely on the physiognomy of the adult,
    • It is entirely given up to what its organism has absorbed from the
    • characteristics until he is not merely the bearer of a heredity from
    • matter to be merely the concern of the material world.
    • purely intellectual kind, but only such guidance as can help the
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    • entirely abstract forms of letters which the eye must gaze at
    • the child. It does not merely say: the individuality must be
    • slowly at any given age is more surely and healthily absorbed by the
    • after he had shown up merely a hole rubbed in his exercise book, he
    • purely for the convenience of our intelligence, we are describing a
    • The introduction to the animal kingdom is entirely different — it
    • purely relative thing. And I keep this in mind if I count in the
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    • to the 11th year the bone system is entirely embedded in the muscular
    • though it were an entirely objective thing, not concerned with man.
    • by its purely bodily, physical nature; when we know that the
    • functions abroad in the world. A phlegmatic child is entirely given up
    • for the system of circulation here dominates entirely. With the result
    • Then gradually we shall draw near to what is entirely individual in
    • lesson. The gymnastic lesson must follow absolutely and entirely upon
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    • purely in accordance with knowledge of man, to give the child week by
    • Thus it was not merely a question of carrying out an ideal, nor is it
    • their will, not merely to the thoughts in their heads. And then, when
    • (carved bear) — children do entirely themselves, they also put
    • in their toys, with things that move, — not merely with what is
    • is not a purely pedagogical question. — But in Dornach we tried
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    • of work — when observing this entirely spontaneous expression, we
    • purely hygienic measure will have.
    • Thus the report is not merely an intellectual expression of what the
    • backwoods' sect; whereas it is merely that everything must have
    • enters into the movement. We do not merely speak a sound, we colour it
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    • far better to look them squarely in the face as an intrinsic part of
    • natural scientist and cites the marvellous advances of purely material
    • come about that we face an entirely new situation. As though nature
    • it in German: to have a Weltanschauung, (a philosophy). Not merely to
    • fanaticism, and confront purely the reality of the growing child.
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    • In speaking of vowels today, we will speak purely of the meaning of
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    • himself. Therefore the manner in which the consonant arises is entirely
    • already experiences entirely inwardly in his ego. The reason why spiritual
    • with entirely out of the animal nature. And when we tend towards A with
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    • of course, entirely possible to combine the movements in the most varied
    • motion is entirely necessary in such a case. This movement works especially
    • be entirely clear, however, that human art does have to do with the whole
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    • the usual, merely physiologic, gymnastics is basically a school for
    • is all entirely in accord with the image formed as the other polarity.
    • then, as it will be necessary to have two purely medical sessions one
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    • us can already be discovered purely artistically in a performance of
    • not entirely correct: it will have to be specialized. Here very specific,
    • element is entirely different from listening to a language that is
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    • process, that is, when the process of excretion falters — a purely
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    • eurythmy took shape out of something purely artistic, out of what was
    • means, something entirely different is achieved than when I pass over
    • circumstances one can do entirely the wrong thing. However, it is indeed
    • harmonizing the disharmonious. One must be entirely clear that it is
    • Nothing which is used for the soul is used merely as an organ of the
    • articles or essays and could connect them with something else entirely,
    • it deals with something entirely different. Sometimes I am very much
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    • the artist is not merely developing some more or less limited impulse,
    • experience, not merely the external impression of the eye. He did not
    • outcome of man's whole being. It was not a merely external,
    • could only receive its inspiration through a purely Anthroposophical
    • artistic point of view can be not merely equally expressive, but much
    • imaginative pictures. It is necessary, however, entirely to free
    • these things by purely scientific means. Science, however, although on
    • merely prosaic content of the words, but with the bringing out of all
    • purely Eurythmic movements are the truest means of giving outward and
    • all-sufficient; there can surely be no need to extend the sphere of
    • purely Eurythmic element in the human being from those elements which
    • Eurythmy, which reveals so directly, so truly and so sincerely, the
    • All that I have said up to this point has reference to Eurythmy purely
    • as an art, and, indeed, it was along purely artistic lines that
    • merely in response to a physical necessity, but that every one of his
    • — qualities sorely needed by humanity in the present day. This
    • aware that it was not formed merely to lie still and be looked upon.
    • educational side of Eurythmy, is entirely dependent on the successful
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    • strength has gone particularly into the root. It is almost entirely
    • been entirely changed. Think what happens to the grain when I make
    • they are almost entirely eaten up by the saliva, by the gastric
    • own accomplishment, the accomplishment of his body. Fats are entirely
    • entirely destroyed. Plant fats don't go out beyond the intestines,
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    • entirely within materialism; he only had thoughts that were stuck deep
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    • While other mental images are merely pictures, however, it is
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    • inaccurate. It is merely a construction modeled on the astral plane
    • with the truths of the higher worlds. This phenomenon is entirely
    • again and again merely change into conscious ones for him. The
    • more purely on their effects of color and light. The painting of
    • victory of the spiritual over merely animated corporeality
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    • Musical talent is transmitted purely within physical heredity. The
    • for this talent. This purely bodily basis for musical talent is
    • has become entirely part of him, and he is no longer conscious of it.
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    • adding the consonant element. Surely you can feel how a soul quality
    • adequately in words, one can say that it consists entirely of vowels.
    • that here is the ground and that someone stands on the ground. Surely
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    • forms of art. Hence, Goethe said that music is entirely form and
    • to the prime, an entirely different experience arises as soon as the
    • painter, not merely to someone who looks at nature. The ear is
    • importance merely as a reflecting apparatus. We must actually say
    • finally, can barely be touched.
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    • to rely from the beginning on the spiritual in musical instruction in
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    • ideas derived from the spiritual world and which, if viewed merely in
    • give way to the easy-going modern habit of merely generalising about
    • which the other souls do not wish to receive from them prematurely,
    • of course the important thing. A merely external view of the series of
    • certain secrets at the right time — not prematurely, as is the
    • prematurely from the spiritual world to place part of mankind in the
    • course, is not discovered by looking merely at the events that
    • reached by an entirely unexpected route. I beg you to remember, too,
    • of course, merely with possibilities. But you may be sure that if such
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    • attitude to the spiritual world is merely that of the
    • individual has his own God, merely imagining that he shares with
    • This, however, is merely what comes to light in crude, external form.
    • those of Daniel, of the Apocalypse, where men are not merely bidden to
    • descend from the animals, I descend entirely from forces which also
    • certain heritage which protects them from becoming purely that which,
    • have to be known as a concretely real power of the soul, not merely as
    • clairvoyance has almost entirely ebbed away, this heritage still lives
    • relatives behind him. Although thought may not be entirely lacking in
    • Only if thought is entirely absent can men be materialists and not
    • reckon with the other powers in the field. You cannot merely rely on
    • that our age sorely needs a renewal of spiritual life, needs to be
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    • entirely appropriate. Thus there are three stages of knowledge of the
    • which to rely. It would be a matter of having to discover from the
    • incarnations of this man?’ To answer that question an entirely
    • merely as a descendant of his ancestors, not merely as having derived
    • out why purely materialistic research cannot recognize the supreme
    • conception of events in the history of humanity. For it is surely
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    • will!’ The usual expression, ‘glory’ is entirely out of
    • surrounded by an etheric cloud that has gradually become entirely
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    • enjoyment in the world, so that he does not merely move though the
    • did not say: ‘The eye is merely formed from within outwards’; but he
    • right view of each thing, purely according to what presents itself
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    • right source he can say: you may test them as severely as you like,
    • civilizations. Then we come to the great catastrophe which entirely
    • Old Moon. Everything that preceded the Lemurian epoch was merely
    • universally fruitful, it was necessary for an entirely fresh and
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    • efforts are needed to describe a machine, it is surely unreasonable
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    • being so young and entirely untouched by any experiences of earthly
    • bring forth fruits of repentance when you merely say: We have
    • they did not see merely what was happening on the physical plane in
    • is not enough merely to accept the words of these sacred records; we must
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    • The Greeks, for instance, merely used different words to express
    • found him prematurely advanced to a conspicuous degree; but from the
    • himself was not merely ‘endowed’ but ‘anointed’
    • ‘fire’. Fire or warmth, regarded by modern physics merely
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    • It is entirely
    • actually strengthens the activity of the soul. Only very rarely
    • in a certain respect and is accepted merely in theory. Man has had to
    • spiritual science to-day not merely because they stimulate the
    • If we feel this beauty and splendour, any purely theoretical understanding
    • to be wrought upon them merely by words or by touch effects of which
    • be recorded only by those who did not rely upon outer documents but upon
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    • entirely discard a frequently expressed idea to which mental laziness
    • ignores the fact that such jumps occur very frequently will entirely
    • collating the phenomena of Nature, but they entirely reject the
    • flow not merely into the astral bodies of men but into the Ego, so
    • living essence of love, not merely the wisdom-filled content of love.
    • overflowing. He gave the soul not merely a teaching that could be
    • entirely obscured, with the result that the meaning of one of the
    • from the heart. A man who is content that his heart shall merely be
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    • prematurely to men and it is only to-day that they are becoming
    • entirely new factor had now entered into the evolution of humanity,
    • when He says that men must first he made ready to receive an entirely
    • progress would be made if it were entirely dependent upon the ability
    • not understand and for which he is merely the instrument. It is
    • can of course be gravely impaired if a man is entirely given over to
    • entirely different world, was shut off from the environment and
    • entirely cut off from the outer world, passed through the spiritual
    • the faculties that man has corrupted, with what derives merely from
    • Christ was now bringing an entirely new impulse, that he was seeking
    • If I were to impart in the old way the entirely new impulse I have come
    • would have been entirely engrossed in the development of egoism. They
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    • in the late 1880s, in a group which consisted entirely of such homeless
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    • merely absorbed the image of the spectre, so that in reality members
    • desired, having barely begun to address the development of a communal
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    • because it is observed purely in its outer physical aspects and there
    • apparently purely personal matters.
    • a broadly based view of something which, above all, did not rely on
    • anthroposophical movement, then this must not be seen purely as the
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    • has come to rely on an extraordinarily intense feeling of authority,
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    • consciousness is merely extended a little. (see diagram above). I
    • the living present standing against something which was based merely
    • appropriate if it was to become a purely spiritual movement.
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    • personal aspirations, purely personal sympathies and antipathies, are
    • purely on personal considerations. Such things demonstrate how the
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    • movement if it can find a way of working purely from anthroposophical
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    • has become purely a business in which physical mathematics is simply
    • People clearly prefer to continue their lives in a leisurely fashion
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • to that which, purely in the external world, was the Great Illusion,
    • is what happens. In consequence we merely become the victims of
    • of movement. Merely to portray the external and superficial aspects
    • of the world of Maya, merely to copy the model, does not advance our
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • fiftieth year they transcended the purely solar element and entered
    • the plant kingdom which is entirely differently
    • earthly content, the stars do more than merely shine and sparkle,
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • the other. I should like to describe these things entirely from
    • a purely intellectual basis.
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • purely physical approach to medicine. I recognize and appreciate its
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • how entirely different conditions of consciousness prevailed at that
    • a new reality that is not merely nebulous, but is at the same time
    • translated from our purely abstract world that is determined by
    • touch with something far more sublime, a purely spiritual realm that
    • metals. It uses a combination of traditional knowledge and purely
    • silver must awaken a consciousness of an entirely different
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • towards a world of fantasy and rely upon practical common sense. Then
    • being is orientated towards purely scientific investigation we
    • experience a purely Earth environment around us. But we are, in
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • understood, of course, as an expression, a revelation, of purely
    • spiritual beings and purely spiritual facts.
    • again of an entirely different nature. When, therefore, with
    • entirely objective. The epoch preceding our own was the age of Goethe
    • part, always rely upon and work with the life emanations and use them
    • Earth. But the Moon beings can only rely upon the life
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • Instead of merely observing, as is the normal practice, these
    • purely mathematically and geometrically. We must say: the medium is
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • impression of the aura around him. It was the true aura, not merely a
    • dreamer lives entirely within his own being; the medium or
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • speak of powerful Sun and Moon influences, not merely as a relic of
    • purely spiritual paths to be unreliable. And they come to the
    • not merely the physical man, but the cosmic man stands revealed. Just
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • wholly subliminal to ordinary consciousness. This is merely one
    • procedure we do not understand; and if we rely upon the
    • Impulse, for it will reveal purely artistically and intuitively how
    • depend entirely upon mankind — the true nature of the Christ
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • to that which, purely in the external world, was the Great Illusion,
    • is what happens. In consequence we merely become the victims of
    • of movement. Merely to portray the external and superficial aspects
    • of the world of Maya, merely to copy the model, does not advance our
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • fiftieth year they transcended the purely solar element and entered
    • the plant kingdom which is entirely differently
    • earthly content, the stars do more than merely shine and sparkle,
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • the other. I should like to describe these things entirely from
    • a purely intellectual basis.
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • purely physical approach to medicine. I recognize and appreciate its
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • how entirely different conditions of consciousness prevailed at that
    • a new reality that is not merely nebulous, but is at the same time
    • translated from our purely abstract world that is determined by
    • touch with something far more sublime, a purely spiritual realm that
    • metals. It uses a combination of traditional knowledge and purely
    • silver must awaken a consciousness of an entirely different
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • towards a world of fantasy and rely upon practical common sense. Then
    • being is orientated towards purely scientific investigation we
    • experience a purely Earth environment around us. But we are, in
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • understood, of course, as an expression, a revelation, of purely
    • spiritual beings and purely spiritual facts.
    • again of an entirely different nature. When, therefore, with
    • entirely objective. The epoch preceding our own was the age of Goethe
    • part, always rely upon and work with the life emanations and use them
    • Earth. But the Moon beings can only rely upon the life
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • Instead of merely observing, as is the normal practice, these
    • purely mathematically and geometrically. We must say: the medium is
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • impression of the aura around him. It was the true aura, not merely a
    • dreamer lives entirely within his own being; the medium or
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • speak of powerful Sun and Moon influences, not merely as a relic of
    • purely spiritual paths to be unreliable. And they come to the
    • not merely the physical man, but the cosmic man stands revealed. Just
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    • develop higher perception only through purely spiritual forces. Many
    • wholly subliminal to ordinary consciousness. This is merely one
    • procedure we do not understand; and if we rely upon the
    • Impulse, for it will reveal purely artistically and intuitively how
    • depend entirely upon mankind — the true nature of the Christ
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    • the region that belongs purely to the astral body.
    • entirely. Subtle things like this convey the essence of the
    • languages, it signifies something entirely different from
    • has today, but he had, above all, an entirely different
    • is why the whole of history has an entirely different quality
    • why we had to try and proceed on an entirely new
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    • or rather with that of which this building is merely a
    • be living entirely in an element which as yet is absolutely
    • is not enough merely to say: This is the astral body and
    • activities must surely take place between the various
    • themselves of their connection with the purely chaotic and
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    • world which is entirely contrary to both the religious and
    • entirely into the laws of architecture, he forgets all about
    • for in spiritual science with a will that is purely
    • spiritual, becomes entangled again in the merely personal
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    • exist in folk legends. The present conclusion merely moves on
    • on a human level, and the reason why it is moving is purely
    • regained. And the question can arise in us, that as we surely
    • the whole Bible to shreds, we have merely to look at the dry
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    • change that has to come about from a purely materialistic
    • our feelings and is not merely rational, is bound to bring a
    • so strong a union that it will cover not merely the external
    • entirely on experiencing this colour, so that we have the
    • colour in front of us, not merely as something that works
    • were entirely red, we shall not be able to help feeling that
    • out of orange does not come merely to punish us and break us
    • the realm of art, in order to get away from the purely
    • cannot be explained on a purely material level. So there are
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    • balance into living movement. Our pillars are not merely
    • imitation of himself, then the teaching is purely luciferic.
    • he repeats it word for word tomorrow. That is a purely
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    • secrets of life. It is surely a good thing to make
    • pull him; and that is surely the more important aspect from
    • have to follow a purely spiritual impulse as distinct from
    • our instincts but directs us in a purely spiritual way.
    • on the increase to define crime merely as a particular case
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    • radiate out from the earth and overcome the purely vertical
    • merely from the geometrical-mathematical point of view and
    • senses and our reason, something comes about that surely has
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    • this form; nature forces merely break it apart, they do not make it
    • rock with plants growing, and so on, was originally entirely
    • solid within it; it consists entirely of air.
    • not as they are today. Those animal creatures consisted purely of
    • must contain vapor. Man cannot live in purely dry air; he needs
    • The Moon was there, an entirely female being, and
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    • origin of man. It has surely become clear from what I have already
    • were also no lungs as we know them now. Organs are formed entirely
    • amusing! Still, that is not entirely fantasy — for there is a
    • with the consequence that they became almost entirely sense organs.
    • were almost entirely sense organs. And indeed they were sense organs
    • last time that man was there first. But he lived in the warmth purely
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    • carbon and sulphur! The difference is merely that in the egg white
    • excavate [arrow], and if you look merely at the stratification, then
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    • Therefore, gentlemen, the question surely arises: How
    • men did not live merely as animals, gradually perfecting themselves
    • ancient times from what they are now. Birds once consisted entirely
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    • population on earth that was entirely wiped out. That was the
    • name, it has been entirely Europeanized. Its people have gradually
    • ancient culture is merely its outward form. The Chinese have
    • judge superficially we would surely say: then we don't want to be
    • entirely Europeanized. They follow European culture in everything.
    • purely European. The following, for example, really happened. The
    • Surely it is clear from all this that the European sort
    • entirely and to focus it upon his inner being.
    • body in an entirely spiritual way.
    • The Indians were a people who looked entirely inward, contemplating
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    • entirely root. The only part of the plant one is interested in is the
    • have been entirely changed. Think what happens to the grain when I
    • are eaten, they are almost entirely eaten up by the saliva, by the
    • body. Fats are entirely his own production. The human being destroys
    • in meat, that is not entirely destroyed. Plant fats don't go out
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    • entirely different way. There was once a time when people had great
    • earth, then they would surely remember him. By thinking of the dead
    • When we hear such things we must surely respect what the
    • this feeling we must surely say: Those men accomplished great things
    • on a purely spiritual level and all out of imagination. To come to a
    • imagination. They worked in this way, too. Surely at some time or
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    • as Copernicus taught — merely stands still, this does not
    • transformed almost entirely into brain-nerves.
    • takes it merely as one more theory, far from becoming more clever, he
    • but one learns to know the world not merely through intelligence but
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    • So we must realize that the constitution of Mars is entirely
    • Jupiter consists almost entirely of air, but again
    • plants from the woods. Fertility cannot be promoted entirely by
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    • Venus. Venus has to rely upon the light of the sun; no light streams
    • these influences — I have told you about the entirely distorted
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    • prematurely out of sheer terror. People who were seriously ill, died;
    • which he bases them are from a science that is purely materialistic.
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    • has entirely disappeared — and what has come in its place?
    • never be satisfactory if people merely calculate what kind of
    • grain, and so forth. This knowledge has been entirely forgotten.
    • The curse of the modern age is that everything merely is to be
    • calculated. Instead of things being merely calculated, they should be
    • the result? If capital is merely a matter of calculation, it is of no
    • period of seven or eight years has been entirely renewed.
    • but this body is thrown off entirely, and after seven or eight years
    • entirely forgotten — simply because today people have become
    • the earth; they are entirely dependent upon the earth. Everything we
    • take in through the mouth is entirely dependent upon the earth. But
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    • rely on traditions passed down through ancient records or by word of mouth.
    • merely contemplating the external world? If the external world could itself,
    • today it is again possible not merely to proclaim the old, but to speak of
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    • function. As a result of observation, however, and not on the strength merely
    • further. Instead of merely keeping his perceptions alive as images in the
    • far past a humanity in which the Ego was no more than an obscurely brooding
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    • from himself. The other thinker, Herman Grimm, leaves himself entirely out of
    • unique characteristic: a man can strive for it while remaining entirely
    • that Nature sets before him. He does not merely think about it; he opens
    • work of art which does not embody merely an act of thinking; it is imbued
    • possess not merely the truths derived from the past by reflective thinking,
    • understood merely by reflective thinking, but now we can comprehend him
    • merely to preserve things as they are leads only to the unproductive side of
    • light of day. His people, he says, are called upon not merely to observe the
    • soul, so that human beings would not merely cherish hopes for the future but
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    • is merely a feeling, but that feeling and willing must act as inner guides
    • exclude thinking. Directly we rely on merely observing the super-sensible, we
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    • embracing the inner life of man, is not merely a chaos of intermingled
    • character is determined entirely at birth; an animal cannot work plastically
    • entirely justified, for the influence thus poured into the astral body during
    • objective judgment. Here we have the passionate character who lives entirely
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    • faculties required. In some circumstances this may last not merely for years,
    • communications from the spiritual worlds are accepted merely on authority.
    • efficient and more resistant in daily life; he will be not merely a match for
    • world. It serves merely to engross man in himself. Today the only true
    • can be seen in many theosophical tendencies today. Merely calling oneself a
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    • your wish I shall be doing something entirely selfless. But listen —
    • for then the vegetable law retreats and becomes again merely a
    • similar does occur in man. For man is not intended merely to reproduce his
    • and when it is unjustified. Man's development depends entirely on the work
    • to human intercourse. If he secludes himself, choosing to live entirely
    • that should merely reflect that he is repudiating the origin of his
    • brooding is merely a sign that we cannot get away from ourselves. Very great
    • Wilhelm Meister gives himself over entirely to the forces that belong to art,
    • she inwardly calls her “God”. She withdraws entirely into her
    • to sever herself entirely from the impressions that come from the outer world
    • physical senses as external image recedes and becomes purely spiritual
    • that this is an entirely formless work, and anyone is at liberty to judge it
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    • Buddhism. By now people should surely have grasped that Spiritual Science is
    • chariot we have before us is made up entirely of these separate parts.
    • merely as though Christ wished to free himself from life; he suffers it
    • in his life has overcome everything that the outer world can offer. He merely
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    • consequent impressions one can gain of the purely spatial countenance of the
    • that a good deal of what Fechner works out so cleverly is merely an ingenious
    • research? Is that a scientific conclusion? I want to remain entirely on the
    • moon, it is not for me merely the slag-heap it looks like through a
    • surely make this sacrifice.”
    • air pressure depends entirely on external influences. He knew, of course,
    • meaning it merely as an analogy — that he really regarded the solid
    • We found the soul to be not merely the nebulous something that it is for
    • sunlight on the earth and all that springs from it. And it is not merely a
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    • purely outwardly in the physical body? The physical body of a plant looks
    • sound, what surrounds us as air is not merely the substance as shown by
    • conception, away from the purely abstract outside world.
    • impressions only symbolically as image: we are no longer merely imitators.
    • formed purely from the consonants is only an imitation of an outward sound,
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    • laughter and tears as merely commonplace. After all, the consciousness which
    • make itself richer again. The tears are not merely an outflow; they are a
    • it appears purely as a natural occurrence — for example when a person
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    • the world by a purely inward soul-experience; above all, by the liberation of
    • and we see them to be entirely different from anything we encounter in the
    • of one mystic may not agree entirely with those of another. But if two
    • a true symbol for him; if he does not merely claim to have placed the Rose
    • picture, or similar ones, call forth something in his soul — not merely
    • entirely from the outer world. We submit to the outer world and take from it
    • ourselves to the outer world, not merely staring at it but becoming absorbed
    • with something which we know for certain is entirely independent of our own
    • prepare itself and not set out prematurely. Mysticism is thus an enterprise
    • which are not merely subjective but give valid expression to truths
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    • study prayer entirely in the light of spiritual science, free from any
    • ourselves rightly to whatever experiences are surely coming towards us from
    • This means: if I were to be satisfied with living merely for
    • through prayer — surely we must regard this second man as an idler
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    • observable purely from the outside, the astral body purely from the inside.
    • merely the outer human being; one could even describe the physical and ether
    • things are not dependent merely on the more rough structures of the physical
    • and he barely escaped the fate of Giordano Bruno.
    • period between death and a new birth the human being can work with purely
    • spiritual forces, he is dealing with purely spiritual substance. He takes
    • Then the moment arrives when this purely spiritual archetypal image has been
    • reached if it is merely imagined into a given stage of human
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    • Our account will stand entirely on its own ground.
    • of the word. A man whose motives for action derive entirely from external
    • entirely sunk in himself and has banished all the positive characteristics
    • approach to the spiritual world were to be entirely negative, we would be
    • making it clear to him that he must not merely cultivate the negative
    • sustain it. If we were merely to show someone how he can acquire the strength
    • merely negative, for he will possess something which can imbue his soul with
    • merely belies his own reason now and then but suffers from mental illness and
    • merely heard of them or read them. They will lack the feelings that he evoked
    • may be entirely negative. Hence the same doctrine, even though it be
    • soul, while on the whole throng of followers, who merely repeat the doctrine,
    • how men of an entirely materialistic outlook, which they themselves have
    • philosophical outlook of his own or if he merely takes it from someone else.
    • purely theoretical approach to Nature, especially if it omits everything we
    • more positive than one who merely adopts his findings and learns from them.
    • arrive at a new world-outlook, but he will do so out of a purely negative
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    • illusion lead us to make a wrong judgment and how rarely would we make a
    • body goes on strike, when it refuses to be merely a tool of our thinking.
    • Purely on a verbal
    • enters the soul in such a case cannot be the result merely of physical
    • processes which go beyond the purely physical with a remarkable phrase. It
    • we can understand a wide field of mental disorder only if we grope not merely
    • the exercises which are undertaken merely as if the human being were an
    • can affect us in life. By means of spiritual science we learn not merely to
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    • situation of this kind will surely wish to consult those in whom a knowledge
    • spirit. Seen merely from an external point of view, the physical body must
    • merely by the action of natural forces. One assumption is as true as the
    • saying can be drawn purely from the spiritual world. No external history is
    • freedom and independence. Whereas man had formerly felt himself entirely
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    • true natural laws. Everything arbitrary or merely fanciful falls away; there
    • merely fanciful falls away; there is necessity, there is God.” At such
    • can grasp in merely rational or logical terms.
    • their truth, in face of which all merely rational or logical considerations
    • merely of popular fantasy. If it is thought that in the remote past the human
    • human ego. Was it merely the personal and tribal emotions of Trojans and
    • Homer's Muse take place? Were they merely physical events in the human
    • merely a human conflict. Zeus and Apollo intervene where human passions are
    • tradition wonderfully confirms the findings derived entirely from
    • Dante we see a poet who goes down into his own soul and remains entirely
    • physical world, with their purely human qualities and impulses. We look only
    • blotted out; he lives entirely in the various characters he creates. The
    • longings, but as a poetic figure his is entirely detached from Goethe's
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    • transform itself into love, which does not merely act like
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies when he barely understood
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    • these thoughts are in our consciousness, but not merely in our
    • clairvoyance. One must not merely think, one must also be
    • something which is not merely a human event in the earth's
    • was an affair of the gods who guide the earth, not merely a
    • human affair. It can be understood as not merely asking: What
    • merely a human affair, but also an affair of the gods, and that
    • possible through purely spiritual efforts to defeat Ahriman's
    • evolution. Those who are hearing them now will surely need them
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    • entirely wiped out. They were the peoples who lived in ancient
    • entirely Europeanized, its people have gradually absorbed
    • their ancient culture is merely its outward form. The Chinese have
    • rules of a moral or ethical nature, but merely recorded their
    • own initiative what is purely European. For example, the following
    • or 30 heads; you are painting something merely thought-out in your
    • knowledge of the human physical body in an entirely spiritual way.
    • from within. The Indians were a people who looked entirely inwards,
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    • These men have accomplished great things purely spiritually and all
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    • themselves entirely to Venus, unfolding a life of love throughout the
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    • must consider how the little larva which lies within it is entirely
    • entirely a creature of the Sun.
    • thus an earthly being, whereas the worker-bee is entirely a child of
    • entirely on whether the bee completes, or does not complete its
    • And so, you see, they feel themselves entirely akin to the Queen
    • marriage-bed to which one retires, it all takes an entirely different course.
    • but one is quite unable to explain this by merely observing the eyes of
    • working to the full, has remained, so to speak, entirely under the influence
    • disturb it. The whole colony desires to be entirely within
    • of it! If one eats too much of it, using it not merely as a
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    • chemical sense; it is entirely based on chemistry. The bee has
    • But surely,
    • nature of the bee. But the sexual nature is entirely of a chemical character.
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    • something can be done, not that things are merely discussed
    • anything about practical matters. Often it merely spins out words.
    • whether a man was merely a wind-bag, or whether he had real practical
    • surely we should not form such an idea as the above, which is nothing but
    • and saw nothing. Still, he did not give up his theory, he merely
    • faces, he had merely to think — nine is the correct
    • entirely different corner of the Universe than at other times.
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    • enterprise should surely make a profit. But if the bee-keeper remains
    • it is entirely unnecessary that it should be due to these minute creatures
    • a food substance, not merely a luxury or a pleasure. In a healthy
    • period. A thing can be entirely healthy at one moment, and yet it
    • bee-keeping is entirely a matter of making it profitable).
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    • is an entirely different substance to the straw of which the old
    • entirely different countries. They have then, so much work to do in
    • are concerned merely with what they regard as a normal condition.
    • of the plant has been affected, and protruding from the leaf, entirely
    • plant-substance which entirely envelops it. The wasp egg would perish
    • entirely covered with these galls. The wasp lives with the
    • recognition of the spirit in Nature, one merely stands and gapes, and
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    • remains entirely within the influence of the Sun. Thereby she becomes
    • bee does not merely need it in order to be able to sting; that is
    • merely incidental. The bee needs the poison throughout its whole
    • it is merely an example of the effects of the time-periods.
    • blossom, or more rarely what is leaf-like in its nature. The only
    • cell. For this reason their food must be so entirely different.
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    • to ask oneself: what is actually happening here? Actually, an entirely
    • merely take away the nectar from the flowers, and we men then use the
    • entirely different. When one is looking at some flower, and an insect,
    • “Schweizerische Bienenzeitung”) and merely
    • relationships, I never like merely to say they are so and so; I give
    • instinct has become merely a word.
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    • the marvellous structure of the honey-comb entirely out of its own
    • might say, surely we are not to look for an ant-heap in some corner!
    • to recognise that life does not merely consist of eating cabbages and
    • plants, The clover is merely especially characteristic, for oxalic acid
    • would gradually crumble into dust, and would become entirely useless.
    • throughout the preceding year. The seeds do not merely grow in
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    • meant entirely in this quite concrete sense. One would be
    • lecturing most surely does not come from his heart, that it
    • thoughts however, he surely has no sympathy at first. Also
    • worth of the teacher, which surely rests in large measure
    • lecture one should not immediately entirely extinguish one's
    • surely prompt me correctly at the right moment.” He was
    • should not be exaggerated, but it will surely work
    • really always think. And one will thus surely, without doubt,
    • must be entirely avoided in a lecture delivered to an
    • indicated today at the beginning, we shall have not merely to
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    • appropriate, then this speaking must be entirely different
    • spiritual life in Europe was entirely independent and free
    • definite way in the French handling of speech, only entirely
    • that is entirely different from that which was peculiar to
    • of a statue or the like into marble. It was entirely an
    • physical body is merely an image of grasping with the ether
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    • reception by the listeners which has merely originated in
    • merely with the soul — even physically they hear
    • to him. If he does notice it that everything is merely supposed to be
    • self-contained reality, not merely a product of the economic life,
    • as real once again. If the spiritual life is merely a sum of ideas,
    • out of such an experience, than if you merely theorize.
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    • could say the worst problem that could have arisen from a purely
    • together within its borders by purely political conditions. You can
    • rights can be brought out here, worked purely out of the human
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    • legacies merely due to blood-relationships, or what can take
    • purely into the element of speech; they are only designed for
    • that we do not rely correctly on the sounds, the saying. And
    • brief, unfortunately; one can barely get past the
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    • one listens merely to an assertion.
    • as if he were merely giving a reasoned argument has gotten
    • If it had been something serious I would surely be able to
    • the speaking that is heard. The rest is much more merely an
    • I am entirely
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    • examples will show that this changes entirely in the second half of the
    • entirely new line of activity has established itself in civilised life.
    • under the influence of de Maistre. He gave an entirely different turn
    • entirely upon the material facts of the external world. In this social
    • in the positive philosophy of Auguste Comte which is directed entirely
    • They work entirely with the intellect and reasoning faculty, systematising,
    • experiment, and confidence in the creative spirit died away entirely. The
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    • Augustine, who grew entirely out of the South-West; and we compared them
    • was entirely an inner experience that was still closely bound up with
    • what such a training develops in a human being. Through this purely
    • they believe themselves to be entirely Christian, stress the point that
    • intercourse with the east which was not merely a matter of listening
    • with Aristotelianism, its transformation into an entirely new form. It
    • are merely names. Just as this was an inevitable development from grammar
    • that in it Nominalism is living, the purely legalistic and logical; and
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    • scientific thinking has increasingly come to rely on the
    • in the purely sense-perceptible.
    • How is our knowledge of a purely observational kind raised to
    • the purely mathematical realm. We strive to experience what
    • from the merely perceptual knowledge of nature. This mere
    • purely inwardly.
    • create, based on observation, are entirely different from it
    • have something formed in an entirely different manner. We
    • have first learned inwardly to construct the purely
    • mathematical aspect. The third would be the entirely inner
    • it arises naturally. Starting from merely empirical research
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    • We will also have difficultly following in an entirely
    • function than serving merely the body. In the case of
    • to us purely in thought; that is, if we penetrate the act of
    • dimension, it is not sufficient to merely consider the
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    • observation of the sense world is — if expressed purely
    • that lives entirely within the creative activity of the soul.
    • call it that — which takes place entirely within the
    • process of inner work experienced purely inwardly, is then
    • our mathematics can be characterized as purely pictorial. One
    • merely imagery. If this were not so, we could not apply it as
    • place; we can say that we are entirely bound up with what
    • approach. But the moment we rise from the merely mineral to
    • kingdom as he applies purely mathematical forms to the
    • purely external approach, one will say something like this:
    • longer obliged to see merely an aspect of the
    • physical or chemical or purely mechanical process, that you
    • with the process in our eye, which we can reconstruct purely
    • purely anthroposophical language — I think I am justified
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    • complete unity with the earth-world. This is given purely
    • of knowledge in purely empirical terms.
    • works. For we do not merely look back at our life: our life
    • purely in the soul — namely, imagination — and
    • merely to our own experiences but can refer to phenomena in
    • forgetting, just as surely a part of our volition as the
    • Purely through soul-spiritual exercises we work to develop the
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    • life and nerve life that evade direct, purely mathematical
    • of the senses and nerves merely by rational cognition. This
    • manner we get away from merely calculating around the
    • first step along the way from purely mathematical
    • in a more spiritual way, looking at it purely spiritually, we
    • enough. It was an entirely natural step to transform it into
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    • other organs, when we merely cut open a corpse — or for
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    • has been presented, you will surely feel that everything we
    • derived purely from the external historical method! Certainly
    • silica fossil looks, he surely does not say: This silica form
    • purely spiritual manner. It has also occurred in such cases
    • revealing themselves, purely soul-spiritual beings. If we
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    • that was won purely in the spiritual out into practical life.
    • occurs very rarely, and the significance of which is not
    • fact that we do not merely want the scientific spirit
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    • scientific world view or entirely schooled in it. This is particularly
    • world, however, there stands something entirely different, something
    • there stands something entirely different. One comes to see that theory
    • entirely incapable of constructing even the simplest living organism
    • renewed from an entirely different side by thinkers and researchers such
    • millions of times. Yet surely we must also assume that it is this same
    • Ah yes, if only we could, if only we could stand before nature entirely
    • is entirely out of place. To be sure, we find man in a sense, but our
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    • is not entirely the case as regards warmth — I shall discuss that
    • to avoid this by perception alone, merely by having the faculty of perception.
    • world entirely objectively, and the organization by means of which we
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    • and so forth. This world, when it is so constituted, is merely a fabrication
    • of our knowledge through phenomenalism, through working purely with
    • our souls, is entirely different from that employed when we experiment
    • an activity of soul entirely different from that which underlies our
    • thereby extending this methodology to the investigation of entirely
    • same way we must be entirely clear that the capacity to perform mathematics,
    • entirely superficially what can be seen by looking empirically at this
    • mathematics active within man. This activity does not entirely cease
    • which otherwise remains purely intellectual and, metaphorically speaking,
    • One thereby gains not merely new results to add to those acquired through
    • the old powers of cognition but rather an entirely new mode of
    • It was not merely mathematics but rather something attained within the
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    • to investigate the content of consciousness merely by brooding our way
    • merely by grasping that thinking, by “viewing” it as such.
    • become a deed in the external world, something entirely capable of flowing
    • no longer remain merely that; Hegelianism no longer remains Hegelianism
    • that are real, that are no longer merely a subjective inner experience
    • that today we must follow another path entirely. The ancient Oriental
    • life shall depend entirely on our nurturing a mode of cognition such
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    • and concepts called forth by the natural world. It must be entirely
    • toneless music and no longer merely perceives the speech of the
    • one lives in an element consisting entirely of such questions,
    • of the same”— and the empty, merely lyrical “superman.”
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    • repeated earthly incarnations, alternating with a purely spiritual
    • One gradually achieves a transformation of abstract, merely notional
    • square devoid of people he is stricken with a fear that is entirely
    • The moment that even a child comes, the sufferer grasps its arm or merely
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    • grasps the thought in an entirely different way. He grasps the weaving
    • of an entirely physical nature have to be employed in such cases. And
    • It is entirely in keeping
    • of Golgotha were drawn during the first Christian centuries entirely
    • of world existence, a manifestation not merely of human fantasy but
    • with the fruits of Western civilization. Skepticism is merely the march
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    • I have described an entirely
    • it would present itself to the world initially as a purely philosophical
    • efforts of an amateur. To begin with I had to write purely philosophically.
    • At some point, however, the transition had to be made from a merely
    • entirely systematically, building up systems of concepts and so on.
    • this is something entirely real, and one begins to understand that one
    • we know this from an inner sensing and not merely because we perceive
    • this, something entirely extraordinary has occurred. Then, at the appropriate
    • movement, this balance. Entirely parallel with our pursuit of the way
    • a quality of air that is not found when we experience air as a purely
    • rise to something more than a merely abstract science. It opens the
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    • not merely gain fresh viewpoints, but at the same time we
    • a different way from the merely material.
    • we have not grasped what is essential if we merely form a
    • embryo, is not shaped merely by the forces of the parental
    • its primary organization is not merely physical but is the
    • ego and astral body. And the metabolic-limb man is entirely
    • strongly where it merely has to help the astral body; and it
    • Merely
    • merely there because it has been thrown out. This is the
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    • effect in the head is purely physical. In the other members
    • within human nature there is no purely physical activity.
    • by a merely physical science. However, if you have the
    • you do not merely have to do with chemical forces, the
    • about ether from merely physical observations. They have
    • than the outer connections due merely to exposure to outside
    • becomes almost entirely head through being undernourished. He
    • not become over-nourished merely because he stuffs himself
    • that are still entirely in the range of normal.
    • this purely physical process in the human being, the ego is
    • human being as purely physical process in the head. Of
    • This purely
    • the rejuvenating treatments that rely for their influence on
    • delicate processes. As I said, this is merely a
    • action is itself merely an effect of the astral body stamping
    • realize that it is not sufficient merely to regulate one pole
    • antimony. I believe antimony is almost entirely
    • and a back merely from one side, from behind. If a being has
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    • scientific results. In doing so I do not intend merely to
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    • that frequently escapes outer observation entirely and
    • regarding his ego, waiting to unfold, is almost entirely
    • subjective and merely external. This process that takes place
    • muriaticum) — that is, by a still more purely
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    • you how a pathology, willing to consider merely outer
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    • merely introducing food substances into the body but by the
    • heart is entirely formed out of the activity of tissue fluid,
    • mobile, the dynamic aspects and proceed from what is merely
    • purely theoretical reasons — is really due to man's being
    • one merely takes into account the psychological symptoms.
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    • particular attention in our remedies — it is not merely
    • habit of judging purely by experience but are swayed by all
    • before you. This is now something that plays entirely into
    • now passes over entirely into the astral
    • one has to do with revelations entirely from the etheric
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    • certain congestion of urinary secretion occurs (a purely
    • of just barely tolerable pathological human conditions.
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    • again, “Don't you all sincerely love your
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    • time, you would surely not be able to enjoy and learn about life in
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    • red faces and red skin, or whether we paint them entirely red, is
    • On the other hand, people clothed not in red but entirely in
    • the image. Thus we remain entirely within the world of objective fact
    • We do not now think merely of the subjective impression, but we
    • objectively to the colour, not merely to reflect upon the subjective
    • Whether or not we gaze at it, it is entirely subjective. The living,
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    • paint a black table on a white ground, it is purely a drawing, but you
    • the image of it, if you had to paint it purely from a colour which is
    • merely of the pictorial, and so it will depend on imparting the
    • external Nature, they have merely created the pure image. And thus we
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    • Imagination, of Inspiration and of Intuition sees not merely the head
    • Thus it is a question not merely of making for oneself a picture of
    • You must look at the Cosmos qualitatively in this way, not merely
    • longer merely in its abstractness, but as light, that we regard the
    • will no longer merely in its abstractness, but as darkness, in its
    • purely abstract to the concrete. We are no longer such dried-up,
    • pedantic thinkers, merely working with the head; we know that what
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    • purely material, which then was somehow differentiated and
    • the thought: Surely everything moral that arises in the human soul
    • people who believe everything the purely natural scientific view has
    • contradistinction is not merely a negative one, but we become aware of
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    • purely qualitative, opposite weight-condition, i.e. by wanting to
    • dream is merely the shadowy approach of chaos towards man.
    • the chaos. And what one makes with earthly things is merely an
    • which corresponds only to the idea of truth. And here one entirely
    • In a wonderful way — we can say it sincerely and honestly — it
    • Physicists have entirely ceased to talk about colours and sounds. They
    • or sounds. Air-waves surely are not sounds, but at most the medium by
    • paint the Icon with inner sympathy, not merely by tradition and
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    • the artist creative, whereas the substance is merely something that
    • that lie behind Nature. We must make it again possible not merely
    • belongs not merely to the form, but also to the forces and weaving
    • will no doubt appear. And also our “building” is surely only
    • strength to stand for what we accept, not merely as a conviction but
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    • The understanding of the spiritual-scientific view of life not merely
    • so strong a union with it, that it covers not merely the external
    • everything else round us and concentrating entirely on experiencing
    • this colour, so that we have the colour in front of us not merely as
    • of merely punishing us, is desirous of arming us with inner power. If
    • of becoming stronger and stronger, not merely that the judgment-seat
    • and by shutting out all else and concentrating entirely upon it, and
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    • are supposed to cause the colour. These are merely abstractions. In
    • With these we have not the desire, if we rely on our purely artistic
    • If the spirit wants to reveal itself to us not merely in its abstract
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    • not there either. It is merely the revelation of the Seraphim,
    • merely as a reflection, not merely as a reflex-colour, but as a
    • Surely Red is something which attacks one. I have often discussed it.
    • these things entirely covered up. The philosophical attitude to life
    • him, merely take off his clothes and hang them on a clothes-dummy with
    • cannot surely have form. There must be crowds of tiny whirling specks
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    • fragments of information remain entirely concealed; they
    • Goethe it is often not merely disturbing, but an actual
    • merely on the surface. In this regard it is of surpassing
    • which are prematurely torn away — which have not
    • often said that the earth is not merely a vale of woe to
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    • there is something inorganic, purely mathematical in the
    • astrology applied entirely to the soul.
    • seem entirely natural.
    • culture, has become in Corneille and Voltaire entirely an
    • Oedipus story being reborn entirely out of the personal
    • Post-Atlantean nature which stands entirely and solely upon
    • Leibnitz and Newton, entirely in conformity with the relation
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    • entirely surrendered their folk-nature, but it has not
    • entirely disappeared: it lives on in many impulses that are
    • wants really to understand and not merely to judge according
    • but in these lectures I am trying merely to give indications.
    • humanity, he seems to us entirely Greek. Here and there, of
    • essence of Polish philosophy, which emanates entirely from
    • could be formulated only by a mind working entirely out of
    • into the spiritual worlds who produced an effect entirely
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    • of its very essence is that forces are present entirely apart
    • out of repose must not merely make the transition
    • what proceeds entirely from the impulses of will. He can do
    • something still higher; it is not enough merely to let the
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    • will be difficult from a purely external point of view to
    • formerly a merely inorganic principle of symmetry has been
    • there merely to enable us to project what lives in the whole
    • way that what we paint is not merely a covering of surfaces,
    • works of art existed? Surely in order to be looked at! Who
    • in our Building will certainly not be there merely to be
    • that works of art exist merely for the sake of being looked
    • the serpent”? It means, not merely to have theoretical
    • is intended by our Building. We shall not merely look at it
    • And the element of thought, when thinking is not merely
    • in the painting of the domes. This painting must not merely
    • almost entirely used for thinking today, namely, the head. In
    • experience this too, merely with the head. In reality a
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    • larger whole, when a man no longer merely lets himself go as
    • place in the cosmos, man created certain forms, merely using
    • only imagine what is merely indicated in the Ionic pillars,
    • that was worked out plastically instead of being merely
    • seen, was created purely from the spirit and only in its late
    • remarkable example which is purely the result of clairvoyant
    • palmette. ‘Palmette’ is of course merely a name;
    • not think of it as something that is merely there for the eye
    • purely naturalistic element, he can say: ‘This has a
    • conception is entirely lacking. All these things are
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    • merely wall, but when it grows out of the whole. The wall is
    • not merely wall, it is living, just like a living organism
    • of our building merely signifies that in the large cupola the
    • merely take the standpoint of an observer or spectator: for
    • in the heart and not merely be able to grasp it
    • intend to-night merely to speak of matters which may help to
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    • carrying on his work he was not merely alone with the earth
    • purely from static and dynamic factors, the factors of space
    • Temple, we tried, last time, to grasp the purely physical
    • above all when we pass from a purely mathematical conception
    • begin to live with the forms. We do not merely behold the
    • of these relief variations is that they do not merely appear
    • but merely have the general character of an ellipse. The
    • merely an affair of his conscious life. The astral body is
    • forces. To-day physicists only speak of purely physical
    • and the like. The Earth, however, is not merely physical body
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    • question merely proves that life has afforded him no
    • should have before us a profound cosmic mystery merely in the
    • merely intellectual understanding, will perceive a cosmic
    • certain forms of early art which often seem to us merely
    • merely physical and material actuality and feel himself
    • merely contemplating the colours of nature we must try to
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    • things. The soul is faced with purely individual problems or
    • sea of colour to a mode of contemplation that proceeds purely
    • must begin. It must again be possible for us not merely to
    • of colour. This cannot be done by merely studying in
    • To a lover of abstractions, to one who merely gazes at the
    • rigid form. Something like this must surely once be painted
    • our forms in a purely artistic sense, without symbolism or
    • and intellectual aspects. But over and above this merely
    • merely there in a spiritual sense the world could see
    • able to intercede on behalf of what is to us not merely
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    • artistic creation, is barely 160 years old. It was with
    • regarded, those ideas would merely have received a final
    • and the same. All sensuous beauty is merely a weak reflection
    • rests merely on the expression of the Idea. The sensuous image
    • This is surely a clear statement that the goal of Art is the
    • merely becomes a storehouse for collections of notes on artists
    • own self — back to the mere law.’ Here we surely have it
    • inferior to the purely intellectual pleasure which we feel in
    • the purely spiritual. It always points to a distinct decadence
    • regarded as semblance. The Idea is surely the highest truth:
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    • meant entirely in this quite concrete sense. One would be
    • lecturing most surely does not come from his heart, that it
    • thoughts however, he surely has no sympathy at first. Also
    • worth of the teacher, which surely rests in large measure
    • lecture one should not immediately entirely extinguish one's
    • surely prompt me correctly at the right moment.” He was
    • should not be exaggerated, but it will surely work
    • really always think. And one will thus surely, without doubt,
    • must be entirely avoided in a lecture delivered to an
    • indicated today at the beginning, we shall have not merely to
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    • appropriate, then this speaking must be entirely different
    • spiritual life in Europe was entirely independent and free
    • definite way in the French handling of speech, only entirely
    • that is entirely different from that which was peculiar to
    • of a statue or the like into marble. It was entirely an
    • physical body is merely an image of grasping with the ether
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    • reception by the listeners which has merely originated in
    • merely with the soul — even physically they hear
    • out of such an experience, than if you merely theorize.
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    • unravels the matter! As a rule it will not be much use merely
    • has to reply to, has just said. Then one should squarely
    • And we should learn not merely beautiful, not merely
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    • legacies merely due to blood-relationships, or what can take
    • purely into the element of speech; they are only designed for
    • that we do not rely correctly on the sounds, the saying. And
    • brief, unfortunately; one can barely get past the
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    • one listens merely to an assertion.
    • as if he were merely giving a reasoned argument has gotten
    • If it had been something serious I would surely be able to
    • the speaking that is heard. The rest is much more merely an
    • I am entirely
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    • instance eurythmy is that art which has originated entirely
    • the entirely materialistic tendency in thinking which has
    • entirely identified yourself inwardly with this poem and have
    • Inspiration takes what lives purely in the soul, where it is
    • and in the entirely inward experience of the poem, in which
    • organizing whatever, even on a purely human level. This was
    • present would not merely sit back and listen to what
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    • course? The picture we see at first seems grim. It can surely
    • so much that is negative, it is surely permissible to point
    • whatever is purely human. They are not tuned to principles or
    • may rest on all that is purely human. Look carefully at the
    • desires secrecy, it will surely find itself in conflict with
    • Society is to be entirely open.
    • still is, it places something in the world which is entirely
    • but is entirely public. Anyone can become a member, without
    • justified the existence not of the Goetheanum, but merely
    • thought of as being quite generally human in an entirely
    • different groups. For us here it will merely be a matter
    • have devoted their lives entirely, both outwardly and
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    • entirely impossible to bring these efforts to a satisfactory
    • this is a purely personal matter for each member.
    • entirely on the individual case, for it will be essentially
    • wrong conclusion and I merely wanted to prevent the incidence
    • This is entirely indisputable. And I believe that this is the
    • Class by Class. I was merely concerned that it might give our
    • doing this it is barely relevant what terminology is used. In
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    • entirely free constitution of the Anthroposophical Society, a
    • This is merely a suggestion. But in connection with it I want
    • merely want to say that I shall be very happy to take on the
    • expression. I shall have to rely on your help as I can't
    • merely points out what he is with regard to being a writer.
    • HERR INGERÖ: I have a purely
    • appears to be an entirely new inauguration; there is no
    • is now an entirely new foundation. I wonder whether people
    • years but only of something entirely new.
    • that here we ought to build on the purely human element.
    • DR STEINER: Surely the Vorstand cannot be
    • of people who will merely do my bidding but, as I have said,
    • meet the concern of our respected friend I would merely
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    • is in no sense a secret society, but is entirely public.
    • the world as an entirely public society. And everything that
    • and more be a question not merely of intellectual capacities,
    • Anthroposophical Society, which in its turn is entirely
    • Is it not so that if more is to be done than merely talking
    • DR STEINER: It will be entirely
    • DR STEINER: This is an entirely individual
    • 4.30 this afternoon. The programme will be entirely new.
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    • question of any particular political direction but purely and
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    • merely maintain that it is impossible to mention a sum from
    • DR STEINER: I should merely like to point
    • justified reasons. Surely we cannot make this the content of
    • entirely to the groups, who will then say to us: We cannot
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    • about something entirely general? If this is not the case,
    • few days ago. Dr Lehrs has understood me entirely correctly,
    • ago to be entirely correct.
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    • appears to be merely organizational immediately leads to a
    • ordinary economic life, collapsing as it is, in order merely
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    • now it is time to develop the sciences purely on an exact
    • Anthroposophical Society into entirely new channels.
    • express not a wish, not even a possibility, but merely,
    • as a wish nor even as a possibility, but merely as an
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    • entirely different. Much will have to be done on the one hand
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    • Steffen would be the right person. Of course it is entirely
    • tasks can be better carried out? Surely people would prefer
    • organization at all costs. I merely wanted clarity about
    • our administration will be entirely democratic, which is much
    • anyway, and as for the purely administrative matters, they
    • surely be in order on the basis of the decisions made
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    • almost entirely. Those who wanted to find the way, for
    • spiritual mood has entirely drained away during the course of
    • Goetheanum was something that could, in an entirely new form,
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    • be, merely hinted at perhaps, in order to keep the whole
    • difficult to win members merely by saying that they should
    • merely wanting to do some research through ordinary science.
    • speaks from the medical point of view. There is surely no
    • entirely new kingdom in one's heart in order as a doctor to
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    • has existed so far; even the forces of the cosmos, not merely
    • the souls who have fallen entirely under the spell of the
    • system of medicine based entirely on Anthroposophy, a system
    • have misused ideas for merely earthly objects, you have not
    • be for us a festival of consecration not merely for the
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    • had to rely solely on words to convey the possibility of a connection
    • possible to speak to the world at large in the purely artistic forms
    • itself. This is merely a small sample of the contempt and ridicule we
    • along lines entirely in harmony with the Anthroposophical Movement.
    • world for me to be profoundly delighted should it succeed. Surely no
    • directly into classrooms, but instead into another setting entirely:
    • phase it had to approach people purely as human beings. It simply
    • the Anthroposophical Society and to work sincerely together with
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    • speak about purely anthroposophical matters, but I find it necessary
    • not based on merely exchanging the view of things prevailing today
    • people and what the effects of meat-eating are, I do so merely to
    • that occasion I followed my general rule of merely presenting facts,
    • Resuming work on it depends entirely on strengthening the Society and
    • entirely in pictures, and were therefore not as yet endowed with the
    • ever be said of anthroposophy that it is merely theory? How
    • theoretical it would sound to say merely that modern man is ruled by
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    • nature, concerning the validity and metaphysical or merely physical
    • merely to knowledge that must be accepted on someone else's authority
    • though in that book I limited the discussion entirely to the world of the
    • They belong to a different world that merely extends into this one, a
    • Those interested in weighing what has been going on surely recall how
    • to it thought that what I was saying in my lectures, purely in
    • and merely to foregather with people whose inner search had led them
    • addition to the original purely anthroposophical community.
    • gave a short sketch of a certain matter from the standpoint of purely
    • please consider them the more sincerely offered. They were intended
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    • may come to realize purely instinctively that the life and practice
    • surely see that an ethical-moral element is involved. But I am not as
    • attending an anthroposophical meeting where he led an entirely
    • intelligences and geniuses — I say this very sincerely
    • is, it is on an entirely different score than that of ability.) It is
    • and deduction do not call for inner development; they merely require
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    • What modern science dubs animism, picturing the ancients relying on
    • metamorphose its forms. A person who merely observes nature from the
    • in its own entirely natural way, releases the Logos to stream upward
    • have to exert purely human forces, work in a purely human way, to
    • thoughts, but merely as the inner scene of action where they live out
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    • attended eurythmy performances in the Goetheanum will surely have
    • Society. But our success in that depends entirely on creating the
    • in purely logical thinking, one feels a need to withdraw from the
    • It means outgrowing a merely instinctual way of experiencing. But it
    • encounter it more rarely. On a certain level, human language is
    • is surely what Dr. Rittelmeyer had in mind, that this is the means of
    • communities for those who want something entirely different. Then
    • a very anxious heart; for surely no one will deny that I understand
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    • purely anthroposophical matters. The whole course the meetings have
    • entirely by his imaginings. He comes to blows with the others because
    • an entirely different way than one looks at the sense world. One must
    • merely ordinary state of mind to what the spiritual world is saying,
    • for experiencing what was formerly merely theoretical knowledge of
    • investigator does not need to rely on proof in meeting his opponents.
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    • finish school; he had been thrown out, and later just barely managed
    • its provisions quite literally, but the outcome will be entirely
    • a purely human element. These two streams should now be
    • purely spatial sense, the outcome was chaos. The hall was crammed
    • membership fee. Surely some technical means of doing this can be
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    • purely human content and their purely human strength. People always
    • any elements that could carry them into something beyond merely
    • wants the purely human element in himself to relate him to the purely
    • modern man experiences purely as feeling.
    • actions, it projects into the physical world, in an entirely
    • must point out something that goes entirely unnoticed by most human
    • isolation. It is his purely personal experience. Two people may be
    • than one can wake up in regard to the merely natural surroundings.
    • anthroposophical group does not consist in a number of people merely
    • given last June in Vienna. The experiment was a success. Surely one
  • Title: Awakening to Community: Lecture X
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    • of purely individual concern. To be sure, dreams do clothe the
    • But as I have often pointed out, these pictures are merely outer
    • scene, another an entirely different one. But for both there may be
    • essential thing is the dream's dramatic course, which it merely
    • to develop an entirely different attitude, an entirely different way
    • anthroposophy entirely by means of books or by giving lectures to
    • merely provided opportunities for members to work actively together
  • Title: Hegel, Schopenhauer, Thought, Will
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    • Schopenhauer every thought was merely subjective, and as a
    • understanding into reality, never schematize, never merely list
    • studied in Central Europe, if this wasn't merely done in
    • — then he merely shrugged his shoulders. When anybody
    • reservoir where merely a little of this cosmic will is
    • want to with this article, which was a purely philosophic
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: I: A Retrospect
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    • Christ-problem did not consist merely in giving explanations of the
    • spiritual world through purely clairvoyant observation, but who has
    • where a man is not moral merely from preference, but because
    • in hand on waking by what is securely bound to our physical and
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: II: Some Practical Points of View
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    • If we merely, considered the physical world, without it revealing to
    • yellow to red, because he prefers red, merely through his wish to do
    • so. It is characteristic of the sense-world that it remains entirely
    • consist in the person being entirely without interest in the said
    • life, but merely allow it to enlighten us. It is well if we feel in
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture I
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    • We are entirely
    • was therefore entirely different in character from present day
    • with the knowledge of Zarathustra. Certainly this is a purely
    • entirely independent of science. The construction of machines,
    • instance, will be explained in a purely materialistic way. Things
    • record the beginning among us of an entirely new life. The old in a
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture II
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    • As a matter of fact, one translator has merely copied another in this
    • hint at what lies behind such things. I merely wished to-day to give
    • of Mark otherwise than merely as a document, which provides him with
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    • for this. Then I advanced a step further. There I no longer merely
    • and desire to lead us astray is a purely inward experience. We have
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture IV
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    • so many thousands of people who are guided by this spirit merely
    • merely repeated. Compared with what we have received as the
    • that time to have a feeling, a presentiment, that something entirely
    • With regard to Paul we are amply told how he became an entirely
    • entirely different, he would not feel so isolated, but would feel in
    • other from a river god. He had within him not merely super-sensible
    • from his father, the Thracian river god. Through this his purely
    • shown that where Orpheus came into purely spiritual relationship with
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture V
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    • there are not only people of a purely idealistic nature whose
    • not merely a physical process, but that there is something spiritual
    • those things which are not demanded purely by external necessity; it
    • who created ideas merely through his understanding, and such ideas
    • summer must go to the Riviera. Such a man is entirely dependent on
    • regards the practices of life; he is entirely dependent on material
    • think, that is, if their thoughts did but spring, not merely from
    • physical man in an entirely external way, we find physical
    • surroundings. They are not restricted merely to what is material, for
    • are even seen to possess, in an entirely healthy sense, more
    • in a purely spiritual way through sorrow and in a physical way
    • expressed merely in an artistic sense, the man of sound thought will
    • entirely to his healthy nature, the ego is not satisfied when
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VI
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    • entirely strange idea at once before the world? We are assuming that
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    • clairvoyant perception was excluded from it. What remained was merely
    • required -such, for instance, as those entirely useless ideas
    • expression in a physical way. People are entirely mistaken when they
    • characters of the two men are clearely revealed in what follows.
    • hindrances. In some respects it is the people who rely on spiritual
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: IV: The Path of Theosophy from Former Ages until Now
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    • entirely wiped out the spiritual communications that have been handed
    • would surely return. The passage I am about to read was written in
    • accepted merely as words, but by describing different temperaments,
    • we feel we can rely upon our souls and can say — those others
    • merely in images and parables, but in truths, which, though still
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course I - Lecture IV: Theosophy and Christianity
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    • scientific view to see the purely actual what the eyes see what the senses can
    • the image of Christ to the field of the purely actual.
    • world this kind of thinking turning only to the purely sensory has become habit
    • the altar and did offer their expiatory sacrifices, was it not a merely physical
    • caused anyhow in his actions has its effects according to purely spiritual laws
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course II: Lecture I: The Epistemological Basis of Theosophy I
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    • my purely in the ideal formed judgment. Have I drawn this judgment from
    • such purely ideal judgments, that we have, actually, no reality of experience.
    • filled into it. Any effect has a cause — is a purely formal judgment
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course II: Lecture II: The Epistemological Basis of Theosophy II
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    • we can also have experiences of that which is purely spiritual.
    • of that which takes place in the outside world, but that it is merely processes
    • the human being merely to the things, we say to the mental pictures which his
    • supports its view that the outer content of experience is merely of subjective
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course III - Lecture I: Theosophical Teachings of the Soul. Part I: Body and Soul
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    • which could not rely on natural sciences, the words sounded for the first time:
    • kind the access to the soul can be found. In other talks I tried, on purely
    • spiritual-scientific way, to give the knowledge of the soul by means of purely
    • of lifeless physical substances, in purely natural way. This is a hypothesis
    • runs purely according to its type. Any animal does what countless of its ancestors
    • yesterday and rely on the fact that the laws which my soul gains from observation
    • what the human mind takes into the purely spiritual world this can no longer
    • to us as a thought: the spirit in its purely spiritual existence progresses
    • modern science in such a way as this explores the realm of the purely spatial
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course III - Lecture II: Theosophical Teachings of the Soul. Part II: Soul and Human Destiny
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    • that — but to be allowed to explain them as nothing but functions of purely
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV - Lecture I: Theosophy and Spiritism
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    • life. One could also rely on those who knew the natural phenomena and physical
    • is nothing else than the result of purely mechanical processes, our soul-life
    • of the soul. In the textbooks about the soul one finds something entirely different
    • merely whether they regard it as possible or impossible. The exactness or inaccuracy
    • is still a purely spiritual life beside the physical one. However, only interests
    • what it concerns here. The human being is not created by purely natural forces.
    • investigate truth because of curiosity, not on wrong, underhand ways, but merely
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV - Lecture II: Theosophy and Somnambulism
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    • only pathological ones and understood them merely in such a way that one must
    • realistically because we rely in our daytime consciousness above all on our
    • human being looks deeper into nature. Then this purely rational view also comes
    • can we rely on these phenomena which appear during the somnambulistic state?
    • but just as the scientific theory of evolution shows us the purely physical
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV - Lecture III: The History of Spiritism
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    • People had forgotten how to behold the spiritual in purely spiritual way. They
    • claims, we see a mixture of the purely Christian standpoint with the standpoint
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV - Lecture IV: The History of Hypnotism and Somnambulism
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    • the magnet, and the other can cause no effect like the wood. The purely rational
    • development occupying the whole human being. There does not help the merely
    • the force went out from his own body that it is merely transferred as a healing
    • commission should have asked itself in those days also honestly and sincerely:
    • merely on developing the hypnotist. Actually, the scientists could hardly give
    • read the words in such a state merely touching a book page. One asserted that
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture I: What Does the Modern Human Being Find in Theosophy?
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    • I have merely taken a thoughtful self-reflection into consideration which every
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture II: What Do Our Scholars Know about Theosophy?
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    • energy and matter, the purely sensuous existence as the only one, they caused
    • purely historically; they only register the written documents and are contented
    • can be perceived purely with the eye and with the ear, nothing else than the
    • We had to experience that the most spiritual movement was severely infected
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture III: Is Theosophy Unscientific?
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    • age, that the science of astronomy separates from the purely practical science;
    • spiritual-philosophical researchers and purely physical researchers was no separation.
    • astronomy et cetera, briefly by purely physical rational science. Now we see
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture IV: Is Theosophy Buddhist Propaganda?
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    • self striving of everybody, no oath on any dogma, merely research, merely striving,
    • merely longing for own knowledge. Then there is no heresy, also not anything
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 1
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    • an organic form for the purely intellectual life of the present
    • quite different from what is experienced purely intellectually. Mere
    • way, without feeling the repulsive nature of a purely egotistical
    • our world in a different sense than purely astrally. We then ascend to
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 2
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    • We see how some people become purely intellectual, whilst others are
    • special investigation into what the purely intellectual thinkers from
    • The first great deed that the Buddha had to accomplish as a purely
    • Buddha, occur in unknown people. They work as individuals relying on
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Rosicrucian Christianity - Lecture 1
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    • works she departs entirely from it, and we must be able to distinguish
    • individuality of this thirteenth. He grew up entirely under the care
    • and all interest in the physical world disappeared. He lived entirely
    • twelve wise men could also learn something entirely new from the
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Rosicrucian Christianity - Lecture 2
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    • entirely different from that of modern man. For if he wanted to feel he
    • What has been printed about alchemy concerns purely external
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Jeshu ben Pandira - Lecture 1
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    • undertake anything, perform a relatively important act or even merely
    • which he always has unless he merely drowses along, are no hindrance
    • me