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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • only thing that is practical. The individual who has always shown
    • illustrates the outer situation alone, and only shows us that we must
    • areas, and to show thereby that he has acquainted himself deeply with
    • denied — and you have the example of a woman who has shown, not
    • those things which have also shown us the women's question as arising
    • sensations in the plant, only shows a tremendous dilettantism in the
    • already showed itself early on and has changed little. If someone was
    • show this unequal development by a small example. Think of this
    • development as if the changes in the astral body could be shown by
    • parts; the etheric body of a man, as he lives among us, shows itself
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • shows.
    • analysis, as Steiner shows, the problem of nutrition is not
    • contrast, if men would show more interest in the food coming from
    • spiritual scientific reason showing that alcohol produces
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • Why is this the case? Occultism shows us that in respect of his will
    • Rosicrucians. These investigations have shown that something similar
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • our lives. Strange as it may seem, anthroposophy shows it to be harmful
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • it works. Now, just as hydrogen may be separated from oxygen and shown
    • Today my task is to show how the spiritual investigator must regard
    • either. What I sought to show was that the Christ impulse, the
    • Exact spiritual-scientific investigation shows that during the whole
    • industrial achievements to show that man has now severed himself from
    • body. History, science, philosophy and religion all show that mankind
    • Spiritual science shows how it became possible for the human being to
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • secrets that show us how our existence is bound up with the eternal fount
    • life of nature, show how a relationship can be established between man's
    • This painting in the Campo Santo shows in a most wonderful way that human
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • what He is. We may show him a picture such as the Sistine Madonna with
    • Akashic Records show how that came about. Learning to speak is the
    • streamed into it. The path which is shown to man is to make the words,
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • Michelangelo painted it. In the Sibyls he showed what had threatened
    • space he has painted the musing figures of prophecy whose aspect shows
    • shows us this.
    • show that what we call spiritual science will pour itself into our moral
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • As spiritual science shows, it is equally impossible for us to see the
    • French philosopher Bergson, a man who certainly shows no tendency to
    • for the earth's whole future. Spiritual science shows us particularly
    • carefully. Why, then, did I choose it? Only in order to show that
    • spiritual world. Spiritual science shows that while Jesus was living
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • show how the being that we are concerned with dwells in a human body.
    • figures must be portrayed artistically to show how the Christ, by the
    • be shown plunging downward, with broken wings, is Lucifer.
    • not to show the Christ as wanting to shackle this figure; rather, he
    • Lucifer towers above, it must be shown that the Christ raises His hand
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • Russian intellectuals show how the spirit of community is needed to
    • Soloviev, that this world is divine when it shows us that it is full
    • of evil, when it shows us death at every step? Nevermore can we
    • believe that a world that shows us death is a divine world. For in God
    • then, can he prove his identity? Only by showing, when he comes into
    • He has shown that the arch-evil, death, is not in Him.
    • Then show'st me mine own self, and in my breast
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • and to show us what man was like upon Atlantis; then it also seeks to point
    • physical body which shows an insufficiently developed occipital lobe,
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • one presented by that vanished era. Such a survey would show us the life
    • carried out. It would show further the individual awaking to the need of
    • 19th century and which has been unveiled and shown to be erroneous only
    • real course, however, of scientific evolution of recent date, shows that this
    • do not allow me to show that the experiences I have described are not
    • We become acquainted with etheric life. This etheric life shows that certain
    • made with musical hearing, shows Spiritual Science to be merely a subjective
    • the brain is chiefly a product of the earth. This shows itself externally
    • endeavored to show how the knowledge acclaimed by Darwinism
    • They were all designed to show that he simply did not understand the things
    • Eduard von Hartmann at that time showed that he could write as scientifically
    • Facts such as these serve to show the manner in which the scientific
    • in support of the views going to show that genuine scientific thought is in
    • some details to show that no one rooted in the scientific life of a
    • show how someone who has embraced the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas, a
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • speak of these things. Alas, many signs have shown how little real
    • death; it will also show you what it is to think exactly on these
    • stage often show the very reverse of what is coming. These things are
    • I give this example to show that word-for-word agreement is no longer
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Therefore in the relationship between people a tendency is shown for
    • institutions, that their plans will be shown to be impossible; for the
    • unnatural precisely because, on the one hand, it shows the necessity
    • world. The man of the East, when meeting the spiritual world, is shown
    • conscious cultivation of social faculties. It can, for example, show
    • humanity today shows that it will not of its own free will turn to a
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • Epoch. I tried to show how, from about the year 1200 A.D. onwards,
    • In an essay on Macaulay, Hermann Grimm set out to show that in reality
    • shows unmistakably how Roman influences in the form of jurisprudence
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • I have just shown you the connections between the forces of
    • After having as it were shown you how these things can really be gone
    • education, and shown how the education of children under the age of
    • people who do not want to know anything about their thoughts shows
    • only given as examples to show you that people are perfectly in
    • Social Organism” had to happen. We had to show in a radical way that
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • have shown by the example of the cerebral fluid, and the aeriform
    • (yellow). More exact study shows that just as the solid or solid-fluid
    • example, different weights; this alone shows that the solids within
    • This shows us that by taking these different organisms in man into
    • This shows you how necessary it is not simply to accept what is
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • of man, and at the end it was possible to show that a really
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • have already shown from other points of view how these three elements
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • painful events in the course of world history can show us the significance
    • But the Isis legend must show itself as being fulfilled in another way in our
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • Thus we are shown two ways by which this earlier humanity reached what
    • existed, and we are clearly shown in the Gospels, if we rightly
    • wisdom in the Three Wisemen from the Orient. We are shown clearly that
    • attaches to it only when it can be shown by spiritual science that
    • shown how the Mystery of Golgotha was grasped in the first centuries
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • What we have shown with regard to the astronomical conception of the
    • such knowledge, has shown itself frequently in later centuries in the
    • To whom she shows
    • To whom she shows
    • normal life of man shows these two alternating conditions. The picture
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • I have shown that although in that age man
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • Mystery of Man. This sentence would begin by our being shown Man in
    • Man's head. (I say the hollow of his head because I have often shown
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • These ideals show us how far man is able to fulfill his whole human
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • moment we can really show how anthroposophy touches on all other
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • one can study various processes which show how in fact the same forces
    • window, thereby showing the inner force of crystallization as in nature.
    • shown you with the example of antimony, and that which is active within
    • I could also show you now, as an example, the entire behavior within
    • number of cases where 90% or 70% showed a favorable result, but 40%
    • balance between these two kinds of forces, And it can show there, if
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • I will now show how you can see this picture-character of man more
    • interrelation show how man upon his way from earthly life to earthly
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • great numbers of their fellow-men, beings who, however, only show themselves
    • destiny of their existence. And we have shown how in the course of time the
    • was so radiant with light, showed itself now to him in the great cosmic
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • investigation. It must be set forth in such a way as to show the
    • ethical conception, and tries to show how dead thoughts can be
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • just as you looked back at the tree. Richard Wagner showed that he had
    • Just such a matter as this can show us the great significance of
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • convolution of the brain, though symmetrically placed, shows
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • This is shown by a capacity for change such as the one we have now
    • showed that everything had taken place exactly as planned.
    • the Spirit showering down into Maya-Maria, even as the blood-drops of
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • one division that shows itself in the course of human life.
    • An external observation will suffice to show that in this matter we
    • so on. And now our author, whom his book shows to be an excellent
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • already show that this science is quite unaware of what they really
    • I describe it to you as I have done just now, if I show how your
    • show that such thoughts had deep roots in German spiritual life —
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • This moral attitude must show itself in that we do not give all too
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • he had shown us from afar changes into a murderous weapon. The
    • which reveal cosmic mysteries showing that human beings indeed
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • contained the human astral body itself. This activity shows
    • individual Spirits, but in which they show themselves as it were only
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • I was able to show the place of the Christian Impulse in the historical
    • was to show that something of great importance came to pass while the
    • show what is the whole meaning and purpose of human evolution,
    • were able to show that Spiritual Science is in full agreement with
    • show that this preliminary assumption must be made: The position in
    • higher level a stumbling block. And then Spiritual Science will show
    • Science shows that before the Christ Impulse entered into humanity,
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • lead us too far, but a comparison will show that our method of
    • sphere of human knowledge.” He showed by this remark that he
    • Therefore he uses themes in which he is able to show that laws far
    • shows, albeit in brief outline, how true realities stream into the
    • than those recorded in history. Legends show us how the forces and
    • put such questions shows such a lack of understanding of his mission
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • Very little real understanding of Plato is shown in modern text-books
    • My only object in saying this is to show that in the present age there
    • of Aristotle and of Plato, by showing that there was really no
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • present can show us in an overwhelming
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • borne in mind is that the animals show infinitely greater differences
    • would split up into portions, and these would show in their
    • be grasped ... but let me show you, with the aid of a comparison, how
    • foster the feeling showing us how little of all that wisdom which
    • examples, I only advance them in order to show you that all those
    • painted, shows that up to the 13th and 14th century it was possible
    • bear in mind such a fact. It shows us that the ancient spiritual
    • one side. They show us how necessary it is for the human being to
    • But all this shows us that at the present time, in particular, a soul
    • before you two facts: I have shown you, on the one hand, what is
    • shown you the way in which we should contemplate the events that
    • they have been read or heard somewhere. All these things show that
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • peoples.” Up to now, our age has shown no aptitude, as did the
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • the Germanic-English. The Templar rites show us that it is a matter of
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • that even primitive languages show the same character as civilised
    • has to-day reached a kind of culmination, first began to show itself
    • Hermann Grimm showed a true and sure instinct, when he said that we
    • increasingly how the languages show signs of dying.
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • let occultism show its art!’ Well, it will do so the moment its
    • psychoanalysis here in all its ramifications; I will only show you a
    • show how the death in Christ can place us rightly into the spiritual
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • something very deep and of great meaning. It shows that in those
    • they showed how they looked back to earlier states of consciousness
    • Greeks showed how they connected this with their retrospect of the
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • It was my task yesterday to show how the special configuration of
    • point is to show when Imaginative clairvoyance disappeared from earth
    • nothing in it but what was shown physically. Beings live in it which
    • things, as has indeed constantly been shown today, yet the time has
    • what can be the most impure, lowest way of thinking, as is shown from
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • shown, that the foundation of external knowledge is only a reflection
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • bring before your spiritual eyes in showing how one can look towards
    • Persian. A relation with the macrocosmic Gemini is shown
    • co-operation of the left and the right, which is shown in particular
    • heavens, he now received from the earth. This is what is shown us
    • I wanted to bring the matter forward merely as an example to show
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • of humanity is shown in external symptoms — and one who regards
    • it is shown by the fact that in Greece, let us say, a man had still
    • sought in these lectures to show from a lofty historical standpoint
    • Friedrich Schlegel showed what, in his view, the salvation of Europe
    • Christianity is the one and only thing that can show man how to
    • did not see; he knew nothing of it. And this, my dear friends, shows
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • though it is there less clearly shown.
    • Now this already shows
    • head develops, how a man grows up — shows that the head goes
    • does our skeleton show the head and the remaining organism, but life
    • itself shows this twofold nature: our head develops quickly, the rest
    • as I showed yesterday, this science of today would become really
    • show this; I will bring forward one.
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • showed under treatment in the camera obscura, an immense aura, so
    • opposition and abuse, has thus shown its point of contact with
    • can show a likeness to the ancestors. If one has a feeling for such
    • the spiritual world. This substance, which I have shown coming
    • The foreign correspondents have shown themselves, well, less
    • if I read you a characteristic sentence showing his fear that
    • they shout tirelessly against anti-militarists and show little
    • own volition connect them with the heart forces. This is shown very
    • plainly now in external life, it is shown too in the great
    • this distinction is shown. One could refer to many proofs of the fact
    • that this is shown. But you see, there are many men who speak from
    • connection with their own thoughts. And this can show us how not only
    • this state of things that shows how necessary it is for
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • addition to their original tendencies, they showed themselves deeply
    • shows in an isolated phenomenon how these things really work. The
    • showed you yesterday in an example how untruthfully these opponents
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • show you that anthroposophical knowledge of the super-sensible worlds
    • power in practical life. Hence — as I shall show in other
    • laws, showing how in a ‘visible speech,’ secrets of the
    • and ethical life. I have tried to show this in my book,
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • come across statements showing that the recollection of an old
    • for it shows us how the super-sensible contents of the Christ-idea
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • see in this a symptom showing the presence of a great amount of
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • investigation may show us that his destiny in no way led him to the
    • science must however show that many things which are looked upon as
    • our soul's eye, yet everything shows us how necessary it is for the
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • therefore say: Jacob Boehme still shows signs of possessing a
    • often pathetic, although at the same time it shows up the conceit of
    • fourteenth and fifteenth centuries still showed traces of this
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • constitutes art shows us even more clearly that it has remained
    • All this shows you that
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • showed them that if it is a question of religious renewal, one must
    • myself; I only showed, step by step, to those who wished to enact the
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • science shows us the eternal forces that are active within us, that
    • shown you that in every single case it can only speak of things from
    • Past lectures showed
    • body as a whole, it merely shows us its external aspect,
    • human being. Our experience merely shows us the external aspect of
    • physical world only shows us the outer aspect of deep, significant
    • cosmos is woven into us, and this image shows us how the stomach is
    • in the shape in which he works upon us; he would show that he is not
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • in the anthroposophical community shows how little able the outer
    • could have shown more respect for freedom than the way the
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • wanting in our time, but rather that attitude of soul which shows true
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • one of those aspects of spiritual science that show us how well
    • concerned; it can help us solve many problems and show us how to cope
    • could add various other examples to show that human development, just
    • temperamental nature of a child that show similarities with the
    • body is shown in the way the temperaments react upon man. We have
    • human life by showing man the truth about specific spiritual
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • guided by this if they are to show us how to work with these things.
    • an illness that shows symptoms in the stomach does not necessarily
    • merely be an indication, to show the way these lectures are leading.
    • this would show spiritually in the etheric body — without the
    • and it is common knowledge that it is nothing but talk and show. They
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • part of man that shows most clearly the non-divine. The etheric body
    • nowadays people just do not see what lies in front of them and show
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • fact that pneumonia shows something quite remarkable that is
    • will not go into that just now. Today we only wanted to show that
    • will be able to show that it is not so very long since people were at
    • hidden. These are things that can show us that since the fifteenth
    • any kind of guide, shows that at the same time as it lost the spirit
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 5: Rhythms in the Being of Man
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • well. Thus the experimenter shows how a planetary system in miniature
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • karma, on that great law of causes which show the spiritual
    • diseases appearing at certain times. These show nothing else than
    • that the fruits show themselves in that same incarnation. That is, an
    • Aesculapius is taken to the particular Mystery where he is shown
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • even accompanied by a change of breathing. Therefore let us show the
    • control over the laughter muscles. This shows that they have a higher
    • shows that man is at a higher level with regard to that which he can
    • we have shown that really the most everyday things can be understood
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • physical form they showed a lower form of humanity. They lived in an
    • whose inner nature is showing itself right into his skin. Those
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 9: Evolution, Involution and Creation out of Nothingness
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • of a lower order show no more than a trace of what we called creation
    • end. It has been shown how on the one hand the spirits of personality
    • confidence in life, for it shows him that he can, in the future, have
    • womb of causality but in nothingness. It shows him the prospect that,
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture One
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    • show that the essential nature of these beings can be revealed only
    • was to show from as many different sides as possible, the part played
    • person in some way or deprived him of the love we ought to have shown
    • will show, they will produce very little change, because in the way
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    • same religious tenets. Occult investigation shows clearly that
    • one's own narrow prejudices has been shown to human beings on Earth,
    • are Gods!” The emphasis laid upon the words shows that He
    • it has been possible to show the relationship of man’s life on
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    • reality only. But an example will show that a very great deal is
    • showing that right thinking can lead beyond the things of everyday
    • life, it will now be shown how reliable and well-founded are the
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    • be indicated if I make sketches to show how the so-called aura of the
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    • other qualities to which this does not apply and which show
    • for which they had previously shown understanding. These will be
    • in the hands of individuals of this kind, who in their youth showed
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    • human body as seen during sleep show a certain similarity with the
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    • shown. Therefore as individuals we can acquire from the Beings of the
    • the new birth, and the aim has been to show that if Anthroposophy
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    • left to the soul as remembrance. This shows you that basically all
    • reflections can show us that the presentation given in the book
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    • Palestine, what does external history indicate? It shows that in
    • us; it would throw no light on what is shown to the clairvoyant soul.
    • and have shown you only one occult experience, the perception of the
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    • the form handed down by external tradition, show that they arose from
    • importance was attached to these sayings is shown by the so-called
    • Sibyl shows this particularly clearly; we see how her hair is even
    • though showered forth from the depth of the astral body. And with
    • wonderful clarity it showered upon the holy Rishis and their pupils,
    • world-spirit is thinking in me. As I have tried to show in
    • shows us the spreading of Christianity on the physical plane. We must
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    • always the opposite. The story shows that Apollo has to do with the
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    • The first post-Atlantean world-picture to show a direct
    • Hebrew teaching shown to us at once in the name of the first man,
    • manifestation of these Earth-forces. In this realm the Bible shows us
    • prophesied, this very fact shows us how closely bound are the
    • showing how he took what he had to say from Jewish Geology and drew a
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    • world, a picture which is inscribed in the Akashic record, showing
    • Troyes. There we are shown how, after often mistaking the way,
    • great Mysteries that had been shown to him. We then hear that he went
    • soul: a picture shown to me while I was trying to accompany Parsifal
    • found? Now in the course of my researches it had been shown to me
    • specially significant for me, I was shown where the
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    • latest publications show what happens again and again when these
    • shown how these revelations must be looked for, and can everywhere be
    • belongs to the evolution of the Earth and (as I have shown in
    • letter written by a man who lived through these events, for it shows
    • and shows remarkable sagacity; when she speaks she has a pleasing,
    • she shows the deepest veneration; she says he is beloved by God, is
    • processes. The fact that the earth truly has a soul is shown most
    • truly has a, soul is shown most clearly by observing weather
    • the soul but shows clearly that what we can give today as a cosmology
    • how in the Greek world a last faint echo, sounded, showing how the
    • were expressed in terms of strict earthly geography, it would show
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    • you recollect what was shown in my book
    • Anaxagoras out of air, Heraclitus from fire. I have shown how these
    • he was of a fiery temperament and so on. You find that shown in
    • you follow this scheme it is actually the part that I could not show
    • beautiful sentiment, a true anthroposophical sentiment which shows
    • when, as we have tried to show today, one finds the transition from
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    • easily show you that the perception of death itself has a great
    • better understanding of life, as already explained, shows us that not
    • As a counterpart, I wish to show you the attitude which is still being
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    • impressive. But these super-intelligent beings show a mastery
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    • of the word, because spiritual science shows us the eternal forces
    • science has followed up to now will have shown you that in every
    • Past lectures showed us that what we designate as man's
    • look upon the physical body as a whole, it merely shows us its
    • shows us the external aspect of things for, in reality, the Gods
    • Our life in the physical world only shows us the outer
    • woven into us, and this image shows us how the stomach is built up.
    • show that he is not connected with our head or with our organism in
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    • contact with him, he shows us what he wishes to tell us in the
    • which he shows us, what it is that he experiences, and what he wishes
    • picture will show a woman as true to Nature as possible, and a still
    • naturalistic landscape, and a naturalistic serpent showing, of
    • to show us that in those days people still knew something of what our
    • wishes to do so to-day, can show by means of what is strictly
    • actually existing outside.” We can now very easily show,
    • something having actual existence. It can easily be shown that actual
    • — does it not show us that there is nothing beyond ordinary
    • least to some of you — shows us, among other things, and makes
    • of Spiritual Science show us that such an etheric body, which would
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    • This will show you that a certain degree of maturity in mystical or
    • clear to you in the following lectures. True spiritual research shows
    • our earth evolution. In the next lecture we shall have to show how
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    • possess the secret of how the Folk-spirit shows himself to us in his
    • express in words, that by which he shows himself to be a member of
    • together. This co-operation is shown through the fact that speech and
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    • These four parts of his being show us all that has happened during
    • inherited; and we shall understand what is shown by spiritual
    • civilizations assumes the character shown by a continuation of the
    • a profound mystery. It expresses the mystery which shows us how the
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    • part of this course of lectures it will be shown how the
    • most external manifestation of these spiritual Beings. I will show
    • conditions. Hence, that which to-day shows itself as will, is to be
    • of these show themselves in the inner part of man as his will.
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    • aspect, when it is shown that the Spirits of Form go away with the
    • starting-points of occultism and it will show you that in those
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    • go back still further for him, by showing how man gradually
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    • develop it. As we have shown to be the case in the Germanic
    • ages still clairvoyantly shown to man from the spiritual world. It was
    • shown that this ‘ I ’ was bestowed upon man by an
    • find pictures in history which would show us how the basic forces
    • attitude they have always shown when their relations to the higher
    • it an endless perspective, showing that what man is able to recognize
    • indications, and show what will distinguish the future of Europe, and
    • also show that we must form our ideals from such knowledge. We shall
    • show how through this influence the Germanic Scandinavian Folk-spirit
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    • present time shows us that after Kali Yuga had run its course, which
    • human body, show the Mystery of the Living Christ in a new way, as it
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    • may have helped to show you that we can begin to
    • need for Spiritual Science. The only thing to do is actually to show how
    • — all the thoughts which, as I showed in the lectures on colour, have really
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    • science shows that the perceptive powers which man has in ordinary
    • showing how that which is human nature, when it is contemplated as a
    • meant by these principles of man's being. Spiritual science shows that
    • spiritual and soul character. Spiritual science shows this. And the
    • if he desires such a connection with us. This also is shown by
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    • I have thus tried to show how it came
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    • art, and my purpose is to show you how Spiritual Science aims to
    • contribute something towards such a study by trying to show you the
    • have seen to be true of Greek sculpture. He is shown at that moment
    • is shown grasping his sling at the very moment before he accomplishes
    • (1436–1488) who had done a statue of David, had shown
    • show us how the development of the human soul moves on, how what was
    • and the plant its earlier form, the progress of humanity shows this
    • heart of nature as she showed herself in his times, from one point of
    • these utterances? The investigations of Spiritual Science show that
    • these sibylline forces which showed themselves as demonic beings
    • ancestors of Mary, shown despite their number in majestic variation,
    • what we ourselves know and what our senses show us.
    • was a great poet also, and the poems of his which survive show the
    • chief figures show us Michelangelo as we have come to know him —
    • for in them he showed how the spiritual in man is as much part of our
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    • They do not want to show themselves to the world as they really are,
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    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • later period of life. A study of human life may show us that a person
    • This shows us that entirely different laws hold sway when we remain
    • This is a very peculiar law. It shows the effect of Karma in one and
    • accordingly, the success in life itself will show us that we went out
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    • could only be pronounced by the initiates, or shown to the
    • many other things besides. Now I come to a point which clearly shows
    • superficial facts can show you that religious beliefs have become
    • show how they can unfold in the present time, if they are not dulled
    • the universe. This very fact should be able to show us how necessary
    • humanity, showing us how to progress in the right direction, how
    • be glad for each person who shows but a grain of understanding, and
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    • activity of thought, or representation. This will show you that
    • to bear in mind such things, because they show us that in man's
    • shows us that what we call the great illusion chiefly consists
    • outside. This example will show you how you may confront your
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    • to give man an understanding of himself shows itself in all its
    • Nothing, perhaps, shows more clearly the materialism of modern times,
    • know that spiritual science shows how our earth-planet, upon which
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    • have to trace the effects, as they show themselves in one life, back
    • Since we have set out in this lecture to show where the
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • indifference often shown nowadays. At present we are slow, as a rule,
    • the tendency people now show to withdraw into themselves is becoming
    • school often have upon their pupils, when out of prejudice they show
    • to this, very individual results will show themselves. At present,
    • the spiritual world and the human world. And this is also shown by
    • of all life.” Let us hope that as this man shows so much
    • which, by his own showing, springs from Theosophy, but he does not
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    • you will find that one of the first exercises shows how to
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    • human soul in the several epochs. I have shown you how man has changed
    • today in such a trivial manner! Again and again they show an inclination
    • of Paul: “Not I, but Christ in me!” when we show so little
    • which can show forth man as a reflection of the super-sensible. If man
    • make a man turn pale when they show him on what kind of moral groundwork
    • serve to show how urgent it is to find the way from the confession of
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    • will show us how intimately the interests of Agriculture are bound
    • does it cease when they cease. It has emancipated itself. It shows
    • declare that certain illnesses show a seven day's fever period, one
    • outwardly as baths. In effect, practically everything that shows
    • themselves, but that which shows itself in the senses,
    • shows a considerable accumulation of warmth, which, when the tension
    • is it then with the warmth? Spiritual observation shows that
    • and here they show their great significance. Alas! the life of people
    • tried to show where the questions arise — questions which go far
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    • between the carbonaceous and the oxygen principle. I could show you
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    • the manuring question, shows how little idea they really have of what
    • nourishment of man — not without reason. I wanted to show you
    • above this normal level of the district will show a special
    • as I showed you. That is to say: in manuring we must bring to the earth-kingdom
    • to smell a little when treated once more with water. This shows that
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    • I even showed how we can imagine the transition from a thrown-up hillock
    • that such a statement ought never to be made unless we are able to show
    • the plant-world had had it before him as a model, to show him how to
    • I only mention that in passing, to show you how important the mere presence
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    • with in the past few days. I showed how we must strictly distinguish
    • show it diagrammatically (Diagram 11). Imagine
    • the opposite conclusion, but we should be wrong. Perception shows it
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    • will show you how futile it is merely to give general instructions:
    • is due to the tolerance which has been shown, which has allowed a number
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    • The drawing, showing the earth in the universe, cannot
    • Sagittarius, shown here (you know that this is the Zodiac
    • also shows you that in reality
    • pedantically. They will show you that everything I have
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    • the Knights Templar in order to show how what proceeded from this Order
    • so that the ether body shows itself to clairvoyant vision in waves of color.
    • the cosmos. It is today not yet possible to show in all detail how the human
    • the gaze directed to the material world as it showed itself to his senses.
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    • shows us how to transcend any illusionary or suggestive element, we
    • in order to show that freedom really lives in man’s ethical,
    • and it shows us the great importance of a continuous memory if the
    • Observations, not mere speculative thought, shows them the connection
    • This example shows us how we should investigate the inter-activity of
    • only reality, but they even wish to show that the spirit appears in
    • may be compared with an object which I grasp and which shows itself
    • art of education. These are a few examples showing how Anthroposophy
    • it shows us the true nature of man’s eternal being which he
    • It shows this eternal essence in its own element, in the
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    • human beings show no evidence of fear or love of ease, for this is
    • that confronts us as mysticism shows that with false mystics love of
    • spiritual world. It can always be shown in the case of one who
    • thing to exist, but it is impossible to show with mathematical
    • to be shown how the concepts by which he would like to prove the
    • in phenomenalism (all his writings show this), is totally unable to
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    • indicated the day before yesterday shows that the life of the
    • organisation. Inner perception shows us how thinking, especially this
    • fact in particular, to show you the evolution of human history
    • show you that spiritual science does not deprive people of what they
    • knowledge in order to show mankind the greatest Event of human
    • mankind. This kind of factual logic I have shown you is more
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    • But I would now like to show how a narrow, cramped and
    • present day, that they are great men, — to show that they
    • the example I have given shows that it is those who are firmly
    • although it shows forth in the most eminent degree, where the
    • of the nineteenth century, even down to our own day, have shown
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    • last few years have shown what intense feelings of hatred and antipathy
    • This lecture should show you that the hatred
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    • the greatest test. This nation was to be shown the Spirit cannot be
    • lamentable events occurring in this domain to-day show that men's
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    • moral realm simply shows nowhere the power to be a match for the
    • spiritual science enables man to come to terms with what I have shown
    • be able to know. I have shown you the path which spiritual science
    • appearance of previous earth lives as something which our Ego shows
    • the thinking with some outer perception. I have shown that this pure
    • outside man which we approach through Inspiration shows us that
    • Aesthetic Education of Mankind, where he wished to show how
    • in true human love. For one can show by means of anthroposophy
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    • Kamaloka a spiritual Individuality shows us everything we have done
    • out of selfish motives in the last life, shows us a kind of register
    • brought about. For what does Moses show us when he confronts us with
    • the register of our sins and transgressions? He shows us what
    • Christ. Occult investigations show us to-day that in a certain
    • indicating this showed themselves in the early youth of the child in
    • of the Bodhisattva who will become the Maitreya Buddha have shown
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    • than this; it shows that it is also harmful to health. Many things
    • because he shows certain signs of nervousness. You will see that it
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    • “mathematicising”, do not show a deeper understanding of
    • But precisely such an historical survey as I have given can show you that
    • evolution. My historical survey can also show you that I do not speak
    • understandable form. But I may have been able to show that Anthroposophy
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    • will show that this interlude is really a contribution which will
    • brought in. The anthroposophical world-view had to show itself
    • cosmos. One receives the counter-image of what I showed you yesterday
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    • within man a kind of centre of destruction. I showed how as long as
    • future, but he shows unmistakably that he has still enough of the
    • I have shown you how external matter is thrown back into nothingness,
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    • spiritual-scientific movement shows us that one of our goals is to
    • learned people showed that their understanding, their conscious
    • illusion. I have often spoken to you about this and shown you how
    • Pity him if you can! Show him how foolish you are! In return for your
    • heavy feelings. I have shown you what spiritual science may become if
    • To-day I have shown you the
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    • we may still find an echo showing that up to the end of the 18th
    • led him to the corpse, showed him that the nerves in fact go out from
    • find by treading your own path; no one can show you this path because
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    • like puppets at a show. Or else we have the fatalism of
    • true aspect, it would show us how the Greek cities
    • forces. It was a question of showing Wilsonism for what it is
    • Tagore) — the leading spirits of Asia show by their
    • disagreement that arose, plainly showed that they had not
    • talking like a man! Hence the simile of itself shows that the
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    • recently pursued have shown that all true Art eventually
    • and again from Initiation. This shows how Art brings
    • example of Brunetto Latini, whom I have only cited to show
    • course of centuries, showing, however, that the secrets of
    • to show how the Christ works in the human soul, in that which
    • these conflicts, showing how little the intellect of man
    • this before you once more in order to show how old and dry
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    • shown the manger — an imitation of the stable with the
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    • I have endeavoured to show
    • to light by outer science and to show how the Spirit lives in outer
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    • by the abstract concepts of modern science, but because it shows
    • to show in every detail how all so-called mental and psychical
    • Spiritual Science to be afraid of showing how so-called mental or
    • phenomenon or other in the body of man. Spiritual Science must show
    • dreamy people feel ill or showsigns of the reverse of health in their
    • his organic functions when they show signs of deviating from the
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    • final scene of my first Mystery Play can show you what it means to
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    • shown as a child, whereas the deep- natured mystics looked for the
    • show us? So far as the Paradise Plays are concerned, the following
    • spiritual in connection with what the Christmas plays show us, we
    • play shows us symbolically. This is sorely needed in our age, when
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    • layers, the earth shows us how the character of their rock-material
    • of this oldest and lowest stratum of the earth's crust shows us that,
    • which by its whole nature showed that it could not contain anything living,
    • though it is, what I have been able to illustrate so far shows
    • The order of their superpositions shows that alluvial deposits have
    • of the egg, and shows signs that it might well owe its origin to
    • established by the investigations of spiritual science. They show
    • the course of a few decades. And what does this book show us?
    • shown that the face of the earth has emerged as the result of such
    • adhering to facts, has shown that according to the laws it is so! The
    • The lectures to follow will show more and more clearly that just as
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    • up together, as I have shown quite clearly in my little book:
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    • true knowledge of the Christ-Being shows us that He is a Being Who
    • of understanding the subject and showing forbearance.
    • be both humble and modest. This made it necessary last year to show
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    • showering of grace around him, the shedding forth of grace from
    • himself. Let our conception of this being show us that in order to
    • vision is stimulated to shower the gifts of his grace around him.
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    • for the purpose of showing us the great cosmic mysteries in symbols,
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    • show us that we think of something more than the mere movement from
    • Anthroposophy shows that the conditions we are experiencing in
    • movements which — as their destiny shows bygone men have so
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    • existence, showing that which in the external world is similar to
    • shows exactly that there is in the depths of the ocean something that
    • his attitude shows clearly that this fundamental basis of all
    • something in a concrete form, showing how the solid was formed from
    • thing only shows itself in its reality — Death!’ All
    • course of our studies this winter we shall further show that neither
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    • their lives show that they do anything but lead and that they
    • or at least they do not show it if they do.
    • on the surface in recent years show any degree of maturity.
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    • or we may also say scientific, development has shown an
    • take a really typical individual who essentially shows only
    • life story show him to be a typical representative of life in
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    • the gospels to show that Christ intended to reform this outer
    • Any attempt to implement them it would soon show them to be
    • been discussing, they will show little relationship to the
    • last twelve generations to show that he did not have a drop
    • physical world will not immediately show them to be wrong.
    • leaving the Society, merely show that they never should have
    • other ways of entertaining themselves. This merely shows the
    • be to say that Luther was shown to have contradicted himself
    • would be necessary if he were to be shown certificates of
    • about the courage which people are showing today. To assert
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    • and anthroposophy; in the second part I am showing the
    • as an example; and in the third part I intend to show how Franz
    • Oddly enough, Brentano is actually showing that there is no such
    • at first sight. It shows that in a time not all that far
    • different people shown to be what they are in the light of
    • showing signs of disease, so that the inner life can achieve
    • view. You can take the gospels and show, from a number of
    • Another book shows that
    • discuss the education issue in this context, to show you that
    • This shows the
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    • everything shown here as ‘b’ has been created by
    • spirit comes to conscious awareness, it shows itself to be a
    • however, that his prophesy came true.’ I could show you
    • as I have shown in these days. But deep inside is the true
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    • often done by conjurers: they show the audience some heavy
    • education, people lived with the idea: You are now showing
    • of course make every effort to show that the things this
    • to any length to show that he is wrong and everything he says
    • can show the way if we have the right attitude to it. But
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    • where this shows itself in its true form — that is, in
    • one of the few who have shown an interest in my writings and
    • we are going to show the true nature of the completely
    • the other, I merely want to show how great the contrast is.
    • really shown itself in a very pretty light in Mrs Besant, the
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    • one of many examples which may be quoted to Show the specific
    • will show the changes calculated from successive changes seen
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    • October) I sketched a diagram to show the spiritual
    • of this to show that it is entirely possible today for the
    • based; the book shows the way in which Ahriman is involved in
    • called the devil then, and it was shown how the devil
    • which should really be shown in a clear light.
    • shown in diagrammatic form; this is what we have
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    • continue to be, to show from all kinds of different aspects
    • the life of the spirit, I have sought to show what is
    • course shown by the red line here (see Fig.
    • people we see do not show their true nature in what we see on
    • for it will show you how connections can be made between
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    • as well as those of pagan religions, clearly show the
    • becoming more inward, as I have shown. Goetheanism can have a
    • was enabled to unite with the earth. To show this in
    • there in recent times. Careful observation shows that
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • have sought to show that momentous occurrences in the
    • this showed a tremendous upsurge in the 1840s, 50s, 60s and
    • Speculation could never show that the very qualities of the
    • Schopenhauer and Goethe, by showing them to suffer from
    • will show that the general insights gained also prove true in
    • events clearly show them to have been wrong. Do people think
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    • evolution, discrepancies which do not show themselves in all,
    • something which did not exist before; it shows, even more
    • words: ‘History has shown.’ Look at the things
    • will see the phrase ‘history has shown this,’
    • what really happened. We ought to show how something was in
    • about as much about it as someone who is shown a plucked
    • Delaisi shows himself to be a bright person, someone who has
    • to show you that there really are enough people — for
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    • is not adequate to the study of man. Precisely Goethe shows this to a
    • different direction. I tried to show what the modern person can raise
    • reverse the fall of man. I showed how, through spiritualizing the
    • extraterrestrial. I showed you this yesterday with respect to
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • man, as it appears in the present time, by showing how the fall of
    • like to speak more from a material aspect, in order to show that
    • I have shown repeatedly that these arguments are not of much value.
    • positively shows something that is pushing mankind below its level.
    • of research would show, reality would show the following: There
    • facts do not show this at all. You will find, along this whole line
    • assumed a higher spirituality. Facts show us this.
    • of a sheep which he found on the Lido in Venice, showed him that the
    • pencil-marks plainly show Goethe's discontent and his wish to go
    • just descended from heaven. Their form shows everywhere the
    • I once tried to give an account of mediaeval scholasticism, showing all
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • had shown themselves in such a grandiose way to the searching
    • step beyond what the microscope shows. The next step is taken only
    • it. Just as every stone, every lifeless body, shows its relationship
    • resistance, so every plant shows its relationship to the earth by the
    • that spiritual research shows how everything rock-like,
    • human spirit being — as we have shown in the lecture about the
    • This shows how
    • earth's world of sensations and feelings — was shown
    • All of this shows us
    • the plants to bloom and wilt, it shows us the spiritual weaving
    • in other plants. Natural science shows us that mistletoe does not
    • activity that consisted fundamentally of showing how the spirit is
    • the spirit is active on the earth and forms the leaves, shows us how
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    • taken during the 19th century and on into our time; I showed
    • I have shown for many years past and along many different
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  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • which I took the liberty to give you, will have shown you that
    • physical body, shows us that just this super-sensible knowledge
    • etheric body as if they were objects. We showed that in this
    • strange country which is indifferent to us. This will show us
    • this enigma can show us best of all that the spiritual science of
    • civilization shows us that up to a certain point it is possible
    • super-sensible knowledge, shows us all the SIGNIFICANCE OF FORMS,
    • itself intuitively (I have shown this in my
    • spiritual science, or ANTHROPOSOPHY, sets in, and shows that the
    • the evolution of the world; it shows that we should look back
    • show that the earth will end through a kind of death by heat, but
    • to describe whole volumes were I to show the path leading in a
    • at the conclusion of my lecture (I thank you that you showed so
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • great and imposing as it is today. Many details clearly show
    • The super-sensible worlds show us the course taken by the human
    • lens, or of the eye's vitreous humor, shows us that the eye can
    • This shows us a
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    • of the universe modern people show a deep interest for everything
    • his medical and scientific experience, showing the soul's
    • reports this case in order to show a purely psychical influence;
    • influence showing, according to Schleich, that death set in as a
    • photographs were taken and that the second one showed a
    • cases described to you just now, show that the longing, the great
    • to begin with, as a simple critical objection showing how matters
    • knowledge alone shows us the true process of memory and that of
    • sensory perception. Imaginative knowledge shows us what it means
    • shows us what it means to dive down into the physical organism
    • dream. Allow me to give you a few indications which show how such
    • any other person in this room, but the truth must be shown, and
    • foundation. It must be shown that an anthroposophist above all
    • desires, are those which show us that when we fall asleep we can,
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • civilization in general shows a faint trace of looking upon the
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • science drawn from a deeper source and show how the human being
    • the ear — these show that the human being must obtain
    • “horizontal.” A more accurate study would also show
    • consider the inside of the earth. Simple reflection will show you
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • showed the fundamental difference between man's whole conception
    • This will show you that Schopenhauer really felt this absence of
    • such a clergyman would simply show that he is predisposed to
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • Century formed and described his ideas, shows us that he believed
    • older forms of thinking can show us that in the past everything
    • for these can show us the strangeness of it all.
    • defamation. The nature of such an opposition shows how well the
  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • therefore only say: These powers exist, they show themselves to
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    • was first shown just at Christmas time, how the Cosmic Word sounded
    • and it was then shown how man was, as it were, embodied in the Old
    • tree — as was shown in many different ways — came by some
    • about that (as was shown at certain times) when Adam, the man of sin,
    • picture of the tree, it shows us the whole connection from another
    • body of Jesus of Nazareth. It shows how Christ prepared for Himself
    • European villages in which they arose and gradually evolved, shows us
    • everyone screaming and showing by dancing and shouting the pleasure
    • it shows in a manner really startling how man acquired the thought of
    • events which touch us so painfully show us that we have no right to
    • events now taking place show us, for the very reason that, if we look
    • — those very events show us that we must seek more deeply to
    • starting point for showing what deep and mighty purpose can be
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • easily show how far human beings in our time still are from that love
    • of the temptation of Adam, and Eve was presented, and then it was shown
    • this picture shows us the entire relationship from a higher point of
    • festival shows how Christ prepared the human body for himself
    • described, which shows in a truly grand way how the thought of the
    • history of evolution shows us, and that fundamentally
    • now, just such events show that there is no justification for
    • is precisely events such as these that show us we cannot amply look
  • Title: Lecture: Zarathustra
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    • Science shows us that the life of the human soul and the nature of
    • of Tragedy from the Spirit of Music,” he shows that the
    • to his disciples and his people. He showed that just as individual
    • Zarathustra pointed his disciples to the great periphery, showing
    • in which Ormuzd manifested his activity to man. Zarathustra showed
    • Greek writer pointed to Pythagoras, showing what he had learned from
    • vanquish evil. This shows the high value placed upon the noble
  • Title: Lecture: Hermes
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    • the old Egyptian said — “The Sun and Moon out there show
    • Isis-Mysteries, therefore, consisted in showing man how he was
    • shown in picture form the processes taking place in his inner being.
    • feeling of reverence and gratitude. All external evidence shows that
    • which shows that outer research too has found its way back to an ancient
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • studying further will show you that a genuine science which understands
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • outside, but unless he is capable of showing outwardly what is within
    • of showing on the surface what he is, what life has made of him, what is
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • show that when we investigate our consciousness, we find in it all
    • demonstrate conclusively that what shows itself to begin with in such
    • in consciousness in ordinary day-to-day life, show so great a dependence
    • look into sleep somewhat in the way we look into a peepshow; but through
    • perception. Something else now shows itself as a fact of the life of
    • general world-ordering holds sway. Spiritual science has to show in
    • we can show how the anxiety which occurs in the second stage of sleep,
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • show that Haeckel, standing on the ground he knows, is nothing
    • show how the laws of Reincarnation and Karma are a scientific
    • explanation of nature showed a hiatus. We were able to
    • inconvenient when scientific details are shown them in such a
    • every educated man knows.” This shows that our
    • listen quietly when it is shown them how, because of their
    • shine.” A corner is here shown in the confession of the
    • gives him strength to live his life. It shows him whence he
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • expressions used in this sphere may be shown by the fact that
    • explanation just shows that the definition of life given by
    • to a certain age, but only showed itself later as a feeling
    • nature or these feelings will also show the nature of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • still further, for it shows that the air may become still
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • accurate examination shows that we must go back to the living
    • you delve yet deeper into this idea, you'll find it shown
    • show how Spiritual Science can illuminate life by
    • Confessions of a Beautiful Soul”. In it he showed that
    • environment. This is shown by the lines where Faust is acted
    • Dost there reveal me to myself, and show
    • into this, is shown by various works created before the
    • world of the Emperors Court. Goethe here will show that Faust
    • spiritual ear sensitized. Hence does Goethe show us in the
    • from birth to death. Therefore must Goethe show how the soul
    • birth and death. The second part of Faust shows us this.
    • Just as truthfully does he show, what comes to life in our
    • attracts him, he shows that the egoism which wishes to
    • for the spiritual, the immortal of which Goethe has shown
    • the knowledge of reincarnation. He will finally show man's
    • As symbol showeth;
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • into human evolution, we are shown how deeply the Christ-Event
    • be shown how, in times which were still nearer to the
    • showing how Cyprian feels towards the magic forces of
    • And darkens o'er the skies with showering rain.’
    • Christ-Impulse which shows us its preparation in the ‘Child.’
    • shown to the magic kings, but to the poor shepherds from the
    • with Herod's power and wickedness — it is clearly shown
    • peculiar manner it shows us its extra-human, its divine, that
    • inspired by St. Luke's Gospel, show us Jesus as a Being with
    • forward — it is this that was intended to be shown in the
    • spiritual world, in which the child shows itself to be like the
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • confine myself to showing you from the standpoint of
    • which showed at once that the primary conception was
    • the great investigator of Nature, who endeavoured to show
    • in man because it was a subordinate bone, but he also shows
    • strokes. He showed to Schiller that the type is not only
    • show how the Spirit of the modern age already taught him to
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • the conclusion of the poem. This scrap of writing shows the
    • necessity of the lessons of life; it shows us that it is
    • the nineteenth century, it was shown by the facts which
    • scepticism towards all theorising shows itself precisely in
    • boldly constructing pedigrees, showing how, from elementary
    • Darwinian theory, used in this way, has shown itself to be
    • sub-conscious life of man, as it shows itself in dreams or
    • mention them because they show that it is necessary
    • will merely show how, on all hands, when we try to find the
    • spirits like these, it is true, show by their lives how life
    • Isolate scientists in the domain of biology are now showing a
    • the calendar shows us to be closely connected, in a narrow
    • Goethe's, to show how necessary it is that we should become
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • yesterday, it was shown how the man who attempts to travel
    • beings is thereby shown as it presses into the personality of
    • for the existence of the spiritual world it suffices to show
    • space. Thus even the first show not merely the possibility
    • put in the position of facing himself. That shows itself in
    • paths in the spiritual world, which shows him things in their
    • possible. Thus the attempt is made to show the possibility of
    • fact of the meteor-showers of which they were notified; also
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • that schools which fail to show their children any maps are
    • we have described a case which shows us the fulfilment of
    • altogether modern story, showing by other descriptions also,
    • significant. For it shows us how the men of our time — if
    • matters. On the other hand, it also shows us how it is the real
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • that arose with the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. I showed how
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • denial of the true human Ego, of which I showed you an example
    • it, wrongly, as I have shown. And with the Archangels they are
    • also show how He has His relation to karma. Where the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • has, indeed, remained a fragment but which shows us in a deeply
    • This is the situation to which we are introduced. We are shown;
    • definite intellectual or abstract terms — shows us the
    • triangle shows us the Christ-principle in profound symbolism.
    • The meaning of the symbol clearly showing.
    • significance: it shows the way to self-knowledge,
    • there were other signs. There were signs showing that he had
    • of the rock. We are here definitely shown how his soul follows
    • And well may he to all the world be shown:
    • shows a hand thrust into the jaws of a bear. The lower physical
    • the profoundest manner and, above all, shows us what we ought
    • told: “You have seen as much now as can be shown to a novice to
    • whom the first portal is opened. You have been shown in profound
    • With all the stirring facts he still can show;
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • investigation shows that man, such as we know him today, is, to a
    • Earth-evolution. In the next lecture we propose to show how far the
    • One of the purposes of these lectures will be to show how this
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • know that the surface of the Earth shows different configurations and
    • A moment's reflection will show that definite prior conditions
    • peoples. A study of the character of the North American people shows
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • figure shows conclusively that the sum of the three angles is equal
    • is leading. Just as the graph of man's life shows an ascending
    • abnormal Archangels have shown themselves to be, in reality, Spirits
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 4. The Evolution of Races and Civilization.
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    • normal Spirits of Form show no interest. The three life-periods,
    • civilization shows a conflict between the virile forces of early
    • the unprejudiced observer a variety of factors serves to show that
    • behind it. It shows us how the normal and abnormal Spirits of Form
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • lecture-course I propose to show — and herein lies its real
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • from another angle, where I have shown that the
    • occultism; it shows how, in those peoples who are subject to the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 8. The Five Post-Atlantean Civilizations.
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    • comparative study of religions shows a most disquieting trend in the
    • which no longer showed any traces of that elementary stage in soul
    • could go back further still and show him how man gradually originated
    • Thor and so on. I wanted to show how, as an ego-being, he was able to
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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    • showing clairvoyantly the relationship of the ‘I’ to
    • picture of Lucifer. And this shows that there was a clear realization
    • Sun Spirit, the Spirit of Light. He has first to show that this world
    • show in which respects the physical view of the world is most
    • mythology. It is more sophisticated, more mature, the figures show
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • have shown in the case of the Scandinavian and Germanic peoples, the
    • from history which show the ramifications of these basic forces and
    • attitude they have always shown when the question of their relations
    • potentialities, showing that our understanding of Christ today is
    • to add further observations and show what the Europe of the future
    • on the basis of such knowledge. I propose to show how, through this
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • research today shows us that after Kali Yuga has run its course
    • show the Mystery of the Living Christ in a new way — as it will
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • that. True occultism at a somewhat higher level shows us however that
    • shown by all that is happening in the life of the mind today
    • question to ourselves, then all the signs of the times show us that
    • hidden guest, as a comrade in arms, has shown itself to be true by
    • the next few days. We shall be shown a living relationship between
    • having shown understanding for what one day, in the drama of the
    • and who show us how they accompany the souls of men as intimate
    • friends, show us how men are formed in childhood, what they look like
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • the cosmos. On the other hand I showed how the entire intellectual
    • system of divinities showed a far deeper wisdom than the science of
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • shown you today, certain different Eros-free forces in human nature
    • changed; what are the symbols shown by this second form? They are the
    • capacities will show themselves in that man will learn to see the
    • when He shows Himself as He is among us now, as He has been since the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • can be expressed. There is something which shows quite
    • all these forces it is possible to show, in this diagram, in this
    • What I have shown you
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • have today. You will have realised this from the way I tried to show
    • Christ. This shows you that it is an essential feature of the
    • in mind for it shows that the whole meaning of the Mystery of
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • body — the whole tenor of Earth evolution shows this, and the
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • the human organism, the highest and the lowest, show a very
    • compromise, from no aspect does it show itself to be what in reality
    • and whose own external forms really show only the forces of physical,
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • Faust merely shows that, having arrived at a certain scepticism, a
    • opponent of his father Uranus. This shows that they were aware of the
    • quite obvious. It is shown in the fact that our entire self,
    • showed Himself to humanity to begin with not directly, but in a
    • great deed on Golgotha during the old Sun evolution, was first shown
    • time was ripe for Him to show Himself not merely in reflection, but
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • have just been telling you shows the place man holds in the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • the course of these lectures we have been able to show how in the most
    • In this way he shows that he is seeking for an explanation of the
    • I have to show
    • There I showed that in the attainment of the customary intellectual
    • developed shows that a man's outer movements, the movements of
    • and show how at last we meet ourselves outside ourselves. Both what
    • shown to us by the Guardian of the Threshold as the prompting to
    • soul's trials. A faint reflection of this is shown in early
    • seems to show that Johannes Thomasius has already reached a certain
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the ages down to the present day. Grimm has been able to show that
    • onwards from the life of Raphael to our own time. Grimm has shown how the
    • of humanity shows evidence of a division, a mighty incision. Into this
    • rises up, showing us visibly in history how Raphael's soul stands out
    • devil in his body, who always likes to show his teeth to his enemies.
    • and was given up to outer pomp and show, just as Greek paganism was
    • of the various works of Raphael do not show us once this particular
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • shown to be the result of the wrath of Achilles. Further, another peculiar
    • on the Iliad itself we find many a word of resignation which shows us
    • faithful servant Hagen to kill Siegfried. That again shows us a feature
    • directly connects everything with the divine-super-sensible, which shows
    • Saga of Central Europe. The whole representation of this epic shows
    • we are informed in him, show us that in him we have a man who has brought
    • does Siegfried stand? That is shown to us in Brunnhilde's relation to
    • add the Kalevala to those already mentioned: We shall be able to show (to-day
    • to be made use of. In human development — this shown in all evolution
    • epic as Kalevala shows us that the best which man has, the best that
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture I: The Michael Imagination
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    • from a particular constellation, meteors fall in great showers
    • this majestic display in cosmic space, when the August meteor showers
    • the dragon as filled not with indifferent clouds but with showers of
    • meteoric iron. These showers take form from the power that streams
    • of the cosmos. Then the pictures will show what is really there, and
    • again to the meteoric iron which showers down from the cosmos to the
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture II: The Christmas Imagination
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    • of Michael battling with the Dragon, as shown to us through an inner
    • to show schematically what the Earth is like in this respect we shall
    • has been shown by the work of Frau Dr. Kolisko. At our Biological
    • seed-nature is continually showering down on the Earth, so that from
    • forth from man into the cosmos, and this could be shown as a heavenly
    • this would really have to be shown
    • it shows us the connection of the cosmos with man, with man who takes
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture III: The Easter Imagination
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    • influences that are still active, but to-day I wished to show you how
    • as we have shown here in painting and sculpture. And here is shown
    • call for a Mystery Play, showing man taught by Raphael to see how far
    • able to show them to you only as pictures. But in the case of the
    • can develop in the neighbourhood of the Christ, I could show how the
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture IV: The St. John Imagination
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    • will try to show it on the blackboard,
    • In the last lecture I showed you how at Easter, the season of spring,
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture V: The Working Together of the Four Archangels
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    • the forces of nature in spring, as I have described. I had to show
    • shows the way, as it were, into the world and would gladly draw the
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    • For I hope to show that in a definite sense and one that is of
    • reflection will show that it is not.
    • all scientific notions and point to the reality, showing how
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    • shows that this cult had spread far and wide. Although to many
    • strict probation, to show by his conduct during this period, by
    • Chronicle has shown that the name “Essene” derives
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture V
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    • the gifts that had shown themselves in him since his twelfth
    • splendid gifts of which he had shown evidence since then.
    • showing him to have been a man of infinite patience with
    • Christ! Evidence is produced to show that the cult and also
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • science has shown us the way to understand in a much higher sense
    • spiritual experience shows us this.
    • can treat it in a way which shows us we have benefited from the first
    • Section of cerebellum, enlarged, showing tree-like
    • an individual way, by showing the children again and again that they
    • the extension of its horizons. Giordano Bruno showed men that there
    • Spiritual science shows men that there is not only earthly life, but
    • a fixed boundary up in the sky. Giordano Bruno showed that there is
    • science shows that birth and death are not there, but that we
    • indicating something immensely significant, which shows how the world
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • lectures which follow will show that I do not need to say
    • to show, it hides from us the spiritual world. It was, quite
    • images only to begin with, but images that show us life
    • man's psyche. Today, I wished to show how, in contrast to
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • show us, the human eye or some other sense-organ, there remains
    • to show that ordinary consciousness is incapable of
    • the philosophy of life I am advocating. It shows that by
    • shows us. This will be described more fully in the next few
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    • development shows that men have increasingly been compelled to
    • in conclusion I introduce a personal note, I do so only to show
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • externals — show up as dream-like. Admittedly, from this
    • I have shown, by awakening powers dormant in the soul we can
    • sought to represent, in order to show where understanding is
    • step. We have shown what the “ideology” in its
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    • I am advocating. Instead, I should like today to try and show
    • consequences. It shows, for example, that we must go
    • sometimes sought by a false mystical path. I have shown
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    • must say this in advance, in order to show that it is only by
    • significance that this power of the intellect has shown itself
    • Now, in the last few days I have shown how the development of
    • discovered this fact. Spiritual science shows that, by
    • to show that there must be such a thing as moral intuition. And,
    • this can be achieved will be shown more fully in the
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    • possible by a division of labour. I was able yesterday to show
    • order. And in attempting repeatedly to show proletarian
    • he might perfectly well be a Cabinet Minister! This shows the
    • Waldorf School. I showed our visitor round personally, and
    • where, as I have shown, art had an educative influence. The art
    • to present a scene showing how a man wins through to an inner
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    • something new. But, when it is understood, it can show
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    • of what is urgent. It shows the discrepancy in his
    • shows itself in its uselessness.
    • the preceding conditions, can show us what to do. It is the
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    • contradictions and struggles of world-conceptions, is able to show,
    • point of view, but rather scales the mountain and shows that it is
    • we should be able to show the working of his whole method.
    • horsemen and herds can cross to and fro. We are shown how the
    • letters: ‘Their effect on me is to show what I always
    • means of the narrative events how Goethe shows the way in which
    • We shall see the day after to-morrow that Goethe shows how
    • Temples of Initiation. He shows also that humanity in the newer age
    • develop the soul, and in larger spheres. He shows in the events
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    • show how concerned the theory of the soul is to overcome the
    • one-sidedness of intellectualism, and if further, I wanted to show
    • say that this shows how impossible the demand is that the power of
    • objective results in science. When science itself shows its
    • impossibility, shows that everywhere Will plays a part, on what
    • the microscope shows, but also what feeling and will dictate
    • initiation, and he has shown us the initiation of man through the
    • awakening in him, is shown us by Goethe in his
    • shown by the fact that the Ferryman has to refuse it —
    • shows no lack of honour to Schiller if he is taken as an example of
    • the whole circumstances in which they appear and act, Goethe shows
    • him. Goethe shows the advantages equally with the drawbacks of this
    • missing in them. But Goethe also clearly shows how far there is value
    • principles contained in the story. But every feature shows us
    • required; and Goethe is aware of it. But he wants to show also how
    • across the Giant's shadow. We are shown that the Giant, otherwise
    • higher sense, slide over into the spiritual world. He shows it in the
    • rises and each soul-power performs its service. This is meant to show
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    • show how Goethe's Faust poem, in the true meaning of the word, is a
    • stiffened dragon, showing how heaven and earth hang together, or as
    • when Faust breaks forth into the words, ‘What a show!’
    • Yes, a very powerful show, when the soul sinks deeply into these
    • future. It is a show. But does it stop at mere guessing?
    • ... but only a show! ...
    • ‘How grand a show! But, ah! a show alone.
    • Each line is deeply felt: — only a show, something
    •  Thou didst show me myself and opened my heart
    • ripening of the fruits in his soul, for it shows us that the seed
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    •  And evermore the showers of dew descending!
    • us, where we are shown the part played by supernatural powers, and
    • breast in the morning-red, and we are shown how Faust has
    • shows us that the man who depicts it is well acquainted with the
    • the glowing tripod. We are concerned to show how a kind of
    • fact that he shows us the way into the spiritual world which he
    • only who is worthy can tread slowly and with resignation. He shows
    • life, but many. Goethe shows with the certainty of knowledge that
    • sense-world into the supersense-world. What this is shows us
    • And now we are shown in that remarkable scene, how, starting from
    • is described in the subsequent scenes shows him to be really the
    • Walpurgis-Night.’ There we are shown the sum of all the
    • He is shown how he can wrap himself in the elements of matter, and
    • nature kingdoms. We are shown how the soul has to traverse again
    • plainly depicted. There follows, grandly shown, the
    • which Goethe still wants to depict. So he shows Faust at the point
    • shows us the path of the human soul into the spiritual world.
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    • wanted to show, by a special example, how man's mind and soul
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    • yesterday to show from the example of individual
    • by showing the consequences of events as they reflect
    • have shown you how these personalities lived in the ancient
    • after the truth, the real truth. And he was shown how,
    • humanly-imaged Logos, it was shown to the pupil how the Cosmic
    • received at Ephesus, when he was shown how in his own speech
    • light. It shows itself in this, my dear friends. Owing to
    • Aristotle's scientific writings will show what a powerful
    • Ether. How does Aristotle represent all this? He shows the
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    • certain metals show themselves in greater or less degree. For
    • perhaps come and show you a piece of coal, a piece of black
    • streaming in on all sides from the periphery. You can even show
    • is true, show some irregularity of shape, but in the main the
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    • you have shown to me how earthly man has his own proper element
    • Goetheanum. But we shall only show ourselves worthy of having
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    • of the Christ-God in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. It shows
    • it has perhaps shown that Anthroposophy wants to be nothing
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    • Science shows that this is a delusion, untrue. We have the Ordering
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    • were shown that freewill can only be developed if a person is
    • crossbeam is horizontal. They were shown that it is
    • Mysteries the pupils were shown that when a man degenerates
    • the whole, loses his connection with things. This was shown
    • in the world — to show that all evil brings about a
    • In those lectures we showed how, in the third
    • in the Anthroposophical Society, but to show that what I have
    • show that among them valour was still a gift of the gods.
    • previous lectures have shown us, that in connection with this
    • Shakespeare shows how love, or warmth of heart, causes harm,
    • Liberality is a virtue, but Shakespeare also shows us that
    • Greek. It can be shown that in the old Greek dramas, for
    • qualities in human nature only shows thereby that he does not
    • founded by showing facts that have really happened and do
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • world, and this worked on him. The leaning that Goethe showed
    • problem was to show, for example, how man is distinguished from
    • to show philosophically how man ascends from ordinary life to a
    • higher life, Goethe undertook to show in his fairy tale,
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    • be adduced to show under what deep layers we must penetrate in
    • Then you lead me to this safe cave and show
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    • represent Boehme it would have to show that he was a shoemaker.
    • point, I wanted to show you today how seed and flower are bound
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    • show you through a hypothetical case how things took their
    • with people in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. They will show
    • develop. This will show what even a vocation may become to
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    • that has just been published shows how he grew up in poverty,
    • schools which do not show maps to children are of the right
    • life. Now we have described a case that shows us how karma is
    • his occupation, and I wish only to show by this example that
    • can describe this. He can show how this character passed
    • is an entirely modern story and shows even through other descriptions
    • most significant since it shows us that today whose who wish to
    • shows us how the striving of men tends in the direction of
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    • should take pleasure in it. Experience shows me that things
    • But he says in a delicate way that the cat, for example, shows
    • raining. Everything was murky and dirty.The people all showed
    • and offered themselves and nobody showed pity or indignation.
    • that I was afraid he would show these cards to them.”
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    • have shown you an example of this in the book by Leblais,
    • also want to show how He has a relationship to it. An angel
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    • spiritual scientific investigation shows it, and we know it was
    • have shown you, what is called the eighth sphere was introduced
    • attempted to show that spiritualistic media — individuals who
    • experiment whose sole purpose it was to show that there are
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    • shown as the red circle A, is connected the spiritual which
    • right. What with regard to the head, I have shown here as
    • not so easy, to show diagrammatically as one would wish.
    • carry as our head, shows itself to be connected with our
    • the external world of sense perceptions. But as I showed you a
    • shown by the bourgeoisie with their abstract ideas; the
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    • to say it would tear you asunder. By that it would show its
    • shown that man's head points to the past whereas the
    • through all the connections I have been showing you and will
    • go on showing you even more exactly. The discovery of man
    • this catastrophic present. Time has shown who was working
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    • you, you simply show yourself to be a specimen of the
    • here last time, at another of the study-evenings. I showed
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    • his soul life. We can take an example to show how the scientist
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    • conclusion today I would simply like to show how the problems
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    • for showing what has to be learned at the present time: that
    • only wanted to show by way of introduction how our view of
    • dependent upon this. I wanted to show how a study of the
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    • illustration to show how our whole soul life is now altered by
    • come about? Well, it shows us that the inner activity, which
    • show the surprising way this change in our thinking activity
    • to a deeper conception of life and of the world, it shows us in
    • argument, showing it to be untenable. What rises up out of the
    • Today I only wanted to go as far as to show how through the
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    • case can only be shown in practice, and this is what
    • Step by step, he has to show what the soul has to do in
    • experienced through inspired consciousness shows through
    • third field where it is shown how Anthroposophy provides
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    • species of plants and animals shows that even the tiniest cells
    • present-day position of biological research shows that a study
    • science of spirit or anthroposophy shows us that just as we
    • consciousness that we can awaken in this way shows us
    • refuted. It was shown how from the viewpoint which a
    • volumes and which set out to show how there is something hidden
    • Oskar Hertwig is extraordinarily interesting because he shows
    • this could be done — to show that Christianity has not
    • Hertwig's own words to show the real nature of the
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    • shown you in general outline; but I will rest content with
    • untruth, the consequences of these things have shown
    • in order to show how, as it were through small slits, I even
    • in which I attempted to show that the success
    • the sphere of moral history. I have shown you how one must
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    • something appears which shows man as a kind of ossified
    • its growth shows no tendency to form the bony structure of
    • quite different. Such an example as this shows particularly
    • inner offence had to be atoned for by our showing, on the
    • subconscious, as opposed to what I have shown to be more an
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    • Based on a study of the life of Francis of Assisi, Steiner shows how the
    • Mysteries, man's moral nature was shown in a. special way to
    • were shown that freewill can only be developed if a person is
    • crossbeam is horizontal. They were shown that it is
    • Mysteries the pupils were shown that when a man degenerates
    • the whole, loses his connection with things. This was shown
    • in the world — to show that all evil brings about a
    • In those lectures we showed how, in the third
    • in the Anthroposophical Society, but to show that what I have
    • show that among them valour was still a gift of the gods.
    • previous lectures have shown us, that in connection with this
    • Shakespeare shows how love, or warmth of heart, causes harm,
    • Liberality is a virtue, but Shakespeare also shows us that
    • Greek. It can be shown that in the old Greek dramas, for
    • qualities in human nature only shows thereby that he does not
    • founded by showing facts that have really happened and do
    • ourselves the results of what we have done, has yet to show
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    • will be shown whether such a second awakening as I have
    • This is not to criticize, but only to show
    • wants to show the methods by which the vision of the eternal
    • I will have to show you tomorrow how this
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    • small volume showed that not only was she knowledgeable about
    • conveyed by sight and hearing. Her little book showed that
    • spiritual research show clearly what is needed to ensure the
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    • shown later. Those who wish to find another name only show
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    • shows, or is meant to show, that undeserved suffering can
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    • shows that of those who die in infancy, 16 to 20 percent have
    • emulate — examples showing the path to Olympus. To be
    • the change of teeth, features that show family likeness
    • shows the child has not had the opportunity to develop that
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    • his poem, The Mysteries, showed his profound
    • the ordinary breath, just described, shows how necessary the
    • plant is to a person's life. It also shows that when humans
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    • also speaks when showing that everything in the world
    • We are shown
    • higher aspect of his being. Hence, the Walkyries are shown to
    • artistic creation. He shows that through the
    • sense. We are shown that the maiden herself, in a former
    • to the Holy Graul to show the cleansing of a human beings'
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    • is shown by the Johannes building [in Munich].
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    • than what comes from the outside towards the inner. This shows itself
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    • show that with the concepts at our disposal we can prove one of
    • can show you this by means of a very simple example. As
    • is so intricately constructed that it shows the course of the
    • despite the varying times of sunset the hand always showed
    • addition to this, the clock also showed when sun or moon
    • eclipses occurred. It also showed the course of the various
    • showed the movable festivals, that is to say, it indicated on
    • pointer showed on what day Easter fell, despite it being
    • movable, and it also showed Whitsun.
    • happiness in the spiritual world and at the same time shower
    • could quote hypothetical examples of all kinds, showing that
    • chain of causes. I will be able to show how one event fits in
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    • day before yesterday I endeavored to show you the universal
    • thinking and believe we can solve it that way. I showed that in
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    • even if people did not use these names. I showed this by the
    • being a clock it is also a sort of calendar showing the
    • I told you that there are documents showing that it was a
    • these questions can be asked, and they show the very profound
    • about this opening and shutting of the mouth, showing what a
    • the last lecture I tried to show that just as we have an
    • Past ages show nothing that can compare with this Prologue for
    • one-sided. In what follows it will be shown that each view is
    • say that this shows us that the existing prior conditions
    • This is what I wanted to present to you today, showing
    • ourselves are daily, hourly, becoming what nature shows
    • ought to show us again and again that nothing taking place on
    • ideas into the direction that will show you that we can only
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    • was able to show the headmaster a curriculum containing
    • growing up. Through the way he is growing up, it can be shown
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    • action and world history shows clearly how necessary it
    • the last lecture I showed how impossible it is to acquire a
    • through space as the science of astronomy shows you do.
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    • have to be shown in order to prove the existence of the
    • Ziehen goes on to show that there is no sense in speaking of
    • corresponding to this word “will.” He also shows in
    • message of the testaments by showing that the Mystery of
    • development of will on the other, showed how thinking proceeds
    • through thinking. It also showed how we find the other
    • these people over by showing them that we do not deny what they
    • selection of passages. I certainly wanted to show you that
    • will, the will is really not there. I have shown you what the
    • speak of the I that wills. Therefore I also had to show
    • science speaks of the I. To show you that he simply
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    • It is a bright side in that it shows that the dreadful things
    • in every way possible to show how, for example, mankind
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    • forth. What does this show? Recall the human head and the
    • one-sidedly and falsely — that is shown by his
    • are spiritual impulses enabling them to show as in gestures
    • little, as I showed yesterday, for verbs; a mere touch of it
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • thoughts of Walther Rathenau, (see Z-269) I have recently shown that
    • way, it shows the great dangers from this catastrophe threatening both
    • Menschenrätsel) the superior schooling shown in the philosophical
    • of concepts, shown by the people who lack training is never to be found
    • be of the opinion that because good schooling is shown, the whole thing
    • can be shown between man and animal. Modern men do not in the least
    • of examples to show you in this direction how men from pure instinct
    • to the rein and showed signs of shying. The coachman said it was afraid
    • does this mean? It means, as I have shown you several times, that we are
    • scientist shows up the inner connection between the faculty for abstraction
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    • actually belong there and are not there. Everything goes to show that
    • how the matter stands; it is shown by men's reluctance to think. They
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • it was shown up as mere charlatanism! And now another has arisen, again
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • the matter, shows itself as the polar ic opposite of the pagan religion.
    • Book of Job. In this Book of Job we are particularly shown how, purely
    • nature, from the cosmos, shows us what difficulty exists between the
    • There we are shown how on Golgotha, on the scene of world-history, there
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • by her in friendship and devotion, have shown in every case of this
    • a crisis. This crisis showed that the force in connection with the revelation
    • Jesus of Nazareth in the event of Golgotha. There mankind was shown—the
    • show him he said when there about these works of art: “Here is
    • the fantastic capers of a will-of-the wisp. He shows also, however,
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    • there on the astral plane. However these light bodies show not
    • hateful feelings shows a withered form while a person who died
    • with beautiful feelings, show a sympathetic form as an astral
    • person is inquisitive then it shows in the astral body in such
    • it were against one another in parts; it shows a general
    • astral world from the beginning shows in the following. The
    • toneless place where no sound exists but also shows that there
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    • folk tradition in which appears the “Puppet Show
    • does not originate within us. Closer observation shows that,
    • mere spectacle, a show. This he doesn't want. He wants to dive
    • doesn't show himself mature in his knowledge, that which moves
    • while he shows how he had struggled and strived to find the
  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • to show all that can be accomplished by a really creative conception
    • forms here. And if a man seeks for such in nature, it only shows that
    • it only shows that he is not judging of the Building from the standpoint
    • 5. The next picture shows
    • building. I wanted to show you the effect it ought to produce when you
    • walk round it. now show you the inner part, in my original model, carried
    • This ground-plan will show
    • the same in the transverse section that I will now show you.
    • his own fault, for it shows he has begun by reflecting and digging down
    • or a horse's hoof he may be so but, that only shows that he does not
    • world, and it is shown that here something really new in the way of
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    • This inner architecture is now to be shown in contrast to the outer.
    • the organ left (photographed as you see from the model) which will show
    • by itself. In the next picture (5) we show the second and third pillars
    • Thus it has been shown
    • have here shown in Art.
    • same way with pillars and architraves of which I can show you only a
    • this bit in the small cupola of which only a small portion is shown,
    • as in a synthesis — everything that is shown in forms on the capitals
    • of the sculptural group showing the Representative of Humanity, Lucifer
    • I cannot show you here. The glass windows are only works of art when
    • (about which I shall speak more fully later on but which I cannot show
    • I can show you how these lies are being systematically spread and the
    • those who lie but it is a question of showing to the world that is still
    • pernicious tendency shows itself even within our own Society to occupy
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    • made to show in painting the secret of how to create out of the very
    • apprehended by the play of the psychic, and the physical, that shows
    • colours is of course just what I cannot show you in lantern slides,
    • on the left as Ahrimanic, to show in the attitude, in the whole physiognomy,
    • these will be shown in the next picture.
    • what had to be shown here as an Initiate, i.e. such a man who could
    • In our attempt to show form we come to figures which are no longer human-like
    • the upper portion of the Central Group. The middle figure shows the
    • here we are shown how man is seeking the state of equilibrium between
    • show the other view of the heating-house. Yesterday I showed the front
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • going to show that no one can heal diseases without also
    • mode of expression; what was to be shown was put into
    • word he shows us in a most masterly fashion how in this scene
    • shown the way he connects Word, Thought, Force, Deed. But the
    • magic. But the spirit does not yield, does not show himself
    • permeated” then the poodle has to show its true
    • that confronts him as his other self, is shown in the ensuing
    • trying to show Faust's other ego, so that he may come to know
    • lines. This scene shows us too how Goethe was striving for
    • I have read this aloud chiefly to show how
    • further; I could show how gold is also dissolved, how,
    • to acquire it headfirst to show himself wholly fitted to
    • to show you this in a whole series of lectures. What happens
    • electricity. It would be quite easy to show how infinitely
    • this, as our own times clearly show. This would be quite out
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • Walpurgis-night themselves show, deeply initiated into
    • the Walpurgis-night; everything in it shows deep
    • shows that, for Goethe, the question was not whether it would
    • showing how one may have a subjective vision; to him it is
    • here pictured that shows deep knowledge. Faust can perceive
    • all that that is said there. How much real knowledge is shown
    • body. All this that proceeds in the alternated song shows
    • explain that all here described shows that the soul pictured
    • spiritual beings that we are shown, in the Goethe lets us see
    • Mephistopheles to show himself as the Devil, not as a
    • And still I hope,ere my last step, to show
    • step, to show
    • but what I have just shown you in this changing of a lower
    • which you see that Goethe is wishing to show how two
    • scene to show how Mephisto wishes to get hold of Faust. This
    • reasonable, but Faust has to be shown how to enjoy this
    • above the lower spiritual world and shows us how well Goethe
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • from its very depths, and everywhere to show how,
    • first showed us Faust being drawn into the luciferic channel,
    • which, in the way we have shown, smell of the tavern. It is
    • bodily form. But when Goethe wish to show Helen being fetched
    • shows how homunculi may be produced by means of certain
    • introduces Homunculus and why he shows the relation between
    • Mephistopheles does not understand him, shows him clearly how
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IV: Faust and the "Mothers"
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    • Greek Mysteries was led. By this we are shown how full of
    • clearly shown here in the way this scene is handled by Goethe
    • and that here he is showing the way in which man can relate
    • I showed you, what I once said to you, that nowadays it can
    • to remark upon this to show you how today the real nature of
    • performed, ha meant to show that these impulses had already
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture V: Faust and the Problem of Evil
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    • drama he showed Faust as the representative of humanity,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • recently been showing, inner spiritual connections prevail,
    • which send their influences through the soul of man. I showed
    • Ahrimanic power. I then tried to show how Faust had to dive
    • to point this out, to show how Helena herself stands in
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • Helen — specially shows how Goethe divined and felt the
    • to be exact) we can show him diagrammatically as follows:
    • hog; he is, in a sense, the goal of divine creation. I have shown
    • further development of his poem, he undertakes to show what
    • to be sure show themselves only in pictures, chaotically, and
    • to realise that Goethe wanted to show the experience man
    • shows us what can be experienced in dream-consciousness when
    • philistine, as Goethe's shows him here; he has to introduce
    • Goethe correctly shows how Homunculus, who has not ventured
    • experience that Goethe has shown. And it is very significant
    • Mephistopheles. This waking he shows in the experience of
    • shown, a world of reality — a transition to the world
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • asleep. For even en little reflection will show you that men
    • the world of dreams. But a more subtle differentiation shows
    • the three layers of consciousness which I showed you
    • goes to show that it is he who has the more knowledge of
    • which Anaxagoras turns toward the Moon. It shows most
    • wishes to show his science to better advantage than he did
    • before his spirit the far distant past and show him how it
    • their sympathy. And here too Goethe shows his deep knowledge
    • possible strength. But this evil will show distorted
    • shows his deep knowledge. Thus the three have but one eye and
    • intended to show the condition preceding the bi-sexual, the
    • just shown in connection with the meeting of Mephistopheles
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • but removed, so one uses hpotheses merely to show the way in
    • other to show its foundations — lectures not too well
    • that has happened Christianity has shown itself a traitor to
    • they say and how they live,. Or they show indifference to
    • When we have to show aversion, fear and apathy as having been
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • of the body. Goethe really wishes to show that it is possible
    • have often shown, inner and outer flow together. The
    • all this. First, Goethe shows a festival of the sea, or
    • the Moon. Goethe arranges everything to show that here it is
    • Samothracian sanctuary into this scene, Goethe shows that he
    • Goethe is showing that he had a profound and significant
    • had shown their power here in such a terrific way that it
    • Mysteries of Samothrace, man is shown to be a trinity. Goethe
    • another, as I have often shown you. Hence, from the
    • external materialism. Anyhow, we see that, in showing his
    • (1918). It is shown there how, and by means of what forces, a
    • life, writing such scenes as are now being shown. For sixty
    • abstract way. He shows us this himself. It is perhaps because
    • endeavours to show how essential it is to place oneself into
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • yesterday that this scene shows clearly how Goethe was
    • Classical Walpurgis-Night shows how clearly Goethe saw
    • echoes of atavistic spiritual vision. And after showing all
    • scene just presented, we may say: Goethe wanted to show how a
    • show how such a man, by his state of consciousness undergoing
    • the Grecian myths. He shows often in this scent how far in
    • purpose of showing — “Here I am close to my goal
    • introduces the Kabiri to show how, perhaps not he but someone
    • to show Homunculus how to become Homo. This Nereus has a
    • Homunculus into Homo. But here again Goethe wishes to show
    • delicately the Greeks might have felt, shows clearly how it
    • being shown by means of the sailor boys, and the Dorides who
    • beings. Goethe is wishing to show how man is abel to approach
    • generative force of nature in so far as it shows itself
    • as to show that what has been perceived in the spiritual
    • connection with Goethe shown there concerning his own
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • will be qualified to heal those evils that have already shown
    • never correctly represented when shown as a mere monad, but
    • only when an effort is made to show him as standing midway
    • are shown how what is morally impermissible live in man like
    • a feeling that is aesthetically offensive. There, shown in
    • There it is shown how only
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • and shows us the one or other thing which we experienced many
    • inner organs being shown to us symbolically in the dream.
    • outside my body in such a case. The picture in any case shows
    • would not be able to show me the occurrences which I have
    • are outside the body: that, which the dream is showing us
    • shows itself in relationship to its own life in arbitrary
    • that the dream shows us something about this being which is
    • it. Because it doesn't show us anything except what we have
    • show anything besides what it takes out of the sense world,
    • investigation. This initially maintains: If the dream shows us
    • to be too weak by itself to show, to reveal its own being. To
    • before us thus, but also that which shows us how we have come
    • There is shown how one was oneself when for instance one
    • yet come to consciousness in many people, even if it only shows
    • life. In today's lecture I wanted first to show how this demand
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    • acknowledge gods as higher, who show you an image of something
    • as the freedom of mercy in Christianity, shows itself in this
    • and mother did in creating your “I.” - This shows
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    • spiritual theme, a theme which, through Anthroposophy, shows
    • researchers take us back they show us how in the far, distant
    • something which shows how nature and spirit are connected.
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    • distinguish living creatures, showing that we have to do with a
    • shows plainly enough that Haeckel possesses a spiritual as well
    • Brodie. After showing how ill-equipped was the Bishop for
    • striking, though internal evidences show them to be as wide
    • belittle any such “higher” philosophy, he shows
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Lecture I
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    • from one life to the next in order to show how the general laws of karma
    • from one life to the next in order to show how the general laws of karma
    • have shown you how things work beneath the surface of external
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • freedom shows itself in the following way. Instead of forming free
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • Such studies show us that man's life can only be truly understood when
    • show him a plant with yellow flowers and round petals and merely tell
  • Title: Spirit of Fichte: Lecture I: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • house, as records show, had been engaged in the ribbon-weaving
    • that at this moment were showing signs of deep distress. The boy
    • Gottlieb to relate the whole affair to him and showed deep
    • minister and preacher. Indeed one may say he had shown himself
    • himself. Thus favourable criticisms were showered upon it from every
    • well, I think, record here the singular tolerance shown by Karl
    • In it he strove to show how those who only view the world of the senses
    • Part I is to show how in this fashion one arrives only at a
    • dream-reflection of life. The object of Part II is to show how the
    • it, his plan, worked out to the smallest details, showed what his
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    • “Paradise play” which shows us the Fall of man, and the
    • they were shown the tree of knowledge or the tree of life they knew to
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • time, along with all those who have traveled here in order to show in
    • of ours will show that a real and deep knowledge of this poem, as
    • things. He begs Krishna to show himself to him in such manner as he
    • genuine observation shows Arjuna's soul to be. All that to which
    • Arjuna shows no inclination, needing Krishna to tame him down to
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • wonderfully composed, that it forms an artistic whole. I could show,
    • show the same for the structure of St. Mark's Gospel. When we regard
    • where I showed that human ideas
    • stage shows itself at once as a necessary consequence of the deeply
    • because he shows what paths the soul has to go through in order to
    • reach such conceptions. That is the point, that it has been shown in
    • and wishing to lead him on into the occult world, now goes on to show
    • The third stage shows
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • THE last lecture I was trying to show you how the thinking of
    • spiritual world. I tried to show you how at bottom this abstract
    • easily reject any higher significance in our dream life, showing that
    • still further, showing why Arjuna has this more powerful
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • show him, he would certainly be content with his existence. He would
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • to your definition this is a man.” A silly way to show the
    • conditions. He shows how human life at that time was completely
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • because in countless instances it can be shown that the teachings of
    • showing how a creative Spiritual Being preparing for a new age
    • live, that too doth in Thee dwell, when to my gaze is shown Thy
    • Christ and Krishna. I have tried to show how closely the two impulses
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • upon the world it shows itself, roughly expressed, as an ascending
    • show what difficulties external science has and must have in getting
    • only show itself to them when in their sleep they attained
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • bring together different materials that can show us the way to enter
    • has just been said, we shall gain a ray of light to show us how
    • to show how different is the whole configuration of feeling and idea
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 9 of 9
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    • ego. He shows its separation from its environment. He explains soul
    • been to show in what spirit a true consideration of the spiritual
    • to show how Western minds can perceive and feel what they owe to Krishna;
    • months have shown — and my speaking here on this significant
    • subject has shown it again — that a circle of people can be
    • shown you that we have been working out of no one-sided tendency,
    • have been able to give these lectures here before you. This shows me
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    • train of thought of ordinary life in order to show what proof there is
    • a web. You see how the whole process of the Mysteries shows the
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    • This requirement is shown by the fact that when the soul becomes
    • That shows itself at once, for example, when a man is confronted with
    • morality. These souls show us how in the higher worlds there is an
    • living in servitude to the spirits of illness and. death. But it shows
    • tried to show that the influence of the new Moon on rainfall is
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    • But pictures call up for you long-past happenings, showing you that in
    • Moon; he showed how wonderfully the structure of the Cosmos is adapted
    • souls were then led. They were shown the individual beings and facts,
    • difference — this is shown also by the Akashic Records when one
    • no Cosmic Word expounded that which now showed itself only as Cosmic
    • We have tried now to show, using such words as are available for these
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    • to be sought in certain definite places, as I have shown in my book,
    • that was grouped around the Holy Grail we are shown what can be
    • all-too-human”. Persons who in earlier incarnations showed no
    • in which a deep disharmony can show itself between the external and
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XV: The Evolution of Planets and Earth
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    • These examples serve to show that a close study of the transformation
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVI: Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Human Will
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    • showed them the true nature of reality and the illusion of material
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    • while previously it showed more of a family type. In
    • describes the awakening of Lazarus. Previously he has shown
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    • deeply into the essence of Christianity, and has shown us
    • A few examples will show that I have not forced an arbitrary
    • sooner to reach the spiritual world. This shows ignorance. It
    • important thing is that here the eternal is shown as against
    • body in order to show man the way out of this world into a
    • wanted to add something which will have shown you that the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • us to show what this means.
    • between good and evil also shows itself in a refinement of the aura.
    • recognised by a certain sign. An ordinary man shows no resemblance either
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    • exists in thought. The Akasha Chronicle therefore shows his intentions,
    • their thoughts, too, are shown. It is a true picture of what happened,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • natural gifts show promise of their becoming “an authority”.
    • which will show how from birth to the seventh year the essential thing
    • If I close the account and draw the balance, that will show my destiny.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • This type of character shows itself even in childhood, and a child with
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • in order to show you that nothing can be truly understood if it is looked
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIV: Rosicrucian Training - The Interior of the Earth - Earthquakes and Volcanoes
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    • towards Initiation is the Rosicrucian, for the Rosicrucian method shows
    • nothing about planetary systems, we show great egoism. True wisdom
    • example will show you more exactly what I mean. With the close of the
    • various methods of training, and I will end these lectures by showing
    • evolution of man and shown you how he can acquire a true inner being of
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 2
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    • perhaps in childhood, which is still normal, already shows a tendency
    • comparatively normal and show only the physical correlation: then it
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    • years. Let me show by this line (see drawing above) that something
    • And please notice, something that in an abnormal person shows too
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    • ideas are often very childish, and if one uncovers them and shows
    • show clearly that the earlier forces of growth are now completely
    • symptoms the child shows from the bones, for instance, becoming
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    • who show certain aspects of behavior that to a physician may seem to
    • organism. Such persons, if one asks them a question, show a certain
    • course I'm telling it this way to portray a type, and to show a
    • and change of teeth. Occasionally young children show, not exactly an
    • in a trivial sense. My intention is to show you that such phenomena
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 6
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    • beyond the single earth-life to show — with the help of a rather
    • whose dramatic poems show how he has brought from earlier
    • who show an abnormality in one direction, the direction of spiritual
    • body and become pathological cases, as I showed you, in three stages.
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    • shows us that we are indeed connected with the universe. That the
    • continually to lift human beings out of themselves, to show them
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    • show us? We begin a life and die. What do we do when we die? When we
    • as cold shows the tendency to go to the nerve-sense system. And today
    • his country and let them show him various stars through the
    • capricious all the way from rainshowers to comets. But as one
    • learns to know them as they are. They are there; they do show
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    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • that show that human beings indeed have more to do with the
    • rebirth. And these first steps had to be shown to them by a physician
    • direction, at the life of the saint: this also, as I have shown you,
    • into infinity, comes back from the other side. This shows that the
    • or clairvoyance was thought to show that those who gained an
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    • And please notice, something that in an abnormal person shows too
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    • show clearly that the earlier forces of growth are now completely
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    • who show certain aspects of behavior that to a physician may seem to
    • organism. Such persons, if one asks them a question, show a certain
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    • and change of teeth. Occasionally young children show, not exactly an
    • in a trivial sense. My intention is to show you that such phenomena
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    • earth-life to show how the karma that a human being carries through
    • whose dramatic poems show how he has brought from earlier
    • who show an abnormality in one direction, the direction of spiritual
    • body and become pathological cases, as I showed you, in three stages.
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    • the human being. We showed yesterday that one can go from the area of
    • shows us that we are indeed connected with the universe. That the
    • continually to lift human beings out of themselves, to show them
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    • show us? We begin a life and die. What do we do when we die? When we
    • as cold shows the tendency to go to the nerve-sense system. And today
    • his country and let them show him various stars through the
    • capricious all the way from rainshowers to comets. But as one
    • learns to know them as they are. They are there; they do show
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    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • that show that human beings indeed have more to do with the
    • rebirth. And these first steps had to be shown to them by a physician
    • direction, at the life of the saint: this also, as I have shown you,
    • into infinity, comes back from the other side. This shows that the
    • or clairvoyance was thought to show that those who gained an
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    • they took an upward direction, showed a tendency to cloud-formation,
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    • an outline of the six “days” of creation. I have shown
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    • my task in this cycle to show in detail, as I have often done, that
    • deception. He does not know whether what the pictures show is an
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    • shown you how man has changed in the course of evolution through the
    • again they show an inclination to translate what he said into the
    • but Christ in me!” when we show so little inclination to examine
    • in search of a true self-knowledge which can show forth man as a
    • show him on what kind of moral groundwork they are based — all
    • Such things only serve to show how urgent it is to find the way
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    • these worlds take vengeance, and this shows itself in man's
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    • who has reached the bourn of earthly existence; and he shows us how
    • and tomorrow to an endeavour to show how this feeling, this inner
    • itself, and He has shown us how the forces of redemption, the forces
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    • was shown there how we have to trace back all men in their bodily
    • repulsion. This very point can show that the new spiritual-scientific
    • will eventually grow into plants. It shows, if we understand karma,
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    • view of Spiritual Science. The results of spiritual investigation show
    • “The Soul's Probation,” where we are shown earlier
    • see friends and acquaintances they care for showing no inclination
    • its light. Love in the sixth culture-epoch will show itself in a very
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    • regard it from the standpoint of earthly existence, shows us its
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    • Thus when this question comes before the soul, one is shown the
    • show an enormous subtlety — we cannot call this wisdom; we should
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    • scientific life and elsewhere, which show how this longing lives at
    • lids which usually almost covered his eyes — showing the
    • of the novel is necessary. For this shows that the Hofrat was now
    • forward which show him to be a man who did not go soulfully through
    • it, but ruminated over his own decay, as he himself shows in his
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    • Olaf Åsteson, which shows in such a beautiful way how a simple
    • human thought, if we deepen it through meditation, shows us that in
    • civilisation shows Him to us, but He is to be found everywhere!
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    • example of bees in order to show how one arrives at such truths and
    • show themselves, which eluded observation when the experiments were
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    • in forms of every description. The surrounding part shows cloud
    • different and changing. Green shows sympathy and compassion for one's
    • fellow men. The lower levels of the population show much red in the
    • and shows, as an important factor, a dark violet spot in the middle of
    • of today therefore still shows certain good or bad qualities coming
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    • placed himself. The cerebellum is the Bodhi tree. This shows how what
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    • past which at the same time shows its results in the forms around us.
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    • This shows us that with our words we produce impressions in the realm
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    • show themselves there as hollow spaces, they drain the substance away.
    • feed on it; it has for them a great force of attraction. This shows
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    • troubled by these astral shells. This shows itself in the case of weak
    • These are two vital moments, for they show us what the human being
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    • expression on the physical plane. A feeling does not show itself
    • Even though thoughts seldom show themselves as such pure thoughts they
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    • parts. These ten parts (shown in the diagram) hold the body together
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    • water into wine at the marriage in Cana, we are shown how Christ took
    • was there and show mankind how the physical constitution of the race
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    • sanguine child is exposed to a variety of things in which he has shown
    • child. Any showing of incompetence should be avoided. The child must
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    • shown that instincts may far outstrip human intelligence, and that
    • conditions an animal shows fear, we can say: When it shows fear, this
    • is due to its particular organization. Again, when an animal shows a
    • in its life of soul when it shows pleasure in digesting. But a man
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    • same intelligent activity that is shown by man in the tools and
    • life, and at this later time we should be able to show that these
    • observation show us how in reality the spirit lives itself out in the
    • animal shows itself quite incapable of taking things in, in the way
    • develop in these three ways. For all that man shows in life as
    • spiritual sphere. For then we are definitely shown that through an
    • different ways the spirit shows itself in man and in animal. In this
    • treated by external investigation is best shown in Goethe's
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    • this was wonderfully portrayed by Herder when he tried to show how the
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    • I tried to show how man and the cosmos together form one whole, and
    • world of stars — and in so doing show how man is connected with
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    • investigations, that there are, for example, people who show a marked
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    • events that show us the Greek soul in its life of feeling and
    • the weeks preceding our Munich performance showed me that I was not
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    • not only show a perfectly normal development but, in certain
    • to hate. Hate shows itself in this member of the etheric body in quite
    • who possess all that we ourselves do not possess, and they show us
    • must, therefore, always be able to show forth beings having in
    • process shown to one and behave oneself accordingly, or inoculate
    • not show what he ought. What is ugly is at the same time untruthful!
    • purer feelings, I have forced it to show me its true form.”
    • beings to lie to us, or we compel them to show themselves in their
    • a devil shows himself as a devil but it is ugly for him to appear in
    • show me the way just because he does not possess my faults. One has
    • not. The being shows one this most vividly, and one can feel one's own
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    • strong, morally and intellectually. Otherwise, no. And it shows you
    • toward which you show pride, tears through the veil and disappears
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    • forthcoming. Experience shows that it is also permissible to ask,
    • be described. They may be described in the way I have just shown, and
    • I have shown you different aspects of the Christ from two different
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    • showing how the ways of initiation are both manifold and varied.
    • necessities are shown in the three figures who appear before our souls
    • Threshold. You are here shown, as it were, three different aspects
    • giving mere definitions of them, to show these figures livingly and in
    • until then we cannot see him — and show him the tendency that
    • superficial when answering questions that show so little real thought
    • Thus, again and from another side, we are shown through feeling what
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    • wanted to call up in a picture, and also to show through the Plays,
    • when they live over again the mutual love that has been shown. We have
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    • life between death and rebirth, in order to show how intimately these
    • which shows that man is a part of the world and it is our inner life
    • individuality. It is just by this we are shown how the will
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    • also show us what a complicated being man really is as he exists in
    • It is this which shows us how,
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    • even in physical life and they show us, to a certain extent, how the
    • clear and distinct. Spiritual Science shows us that when a man of the
    • belong. This is a point which shows that everywhere, even in the
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    • I have specially tried to show what an impression it must make on
    • and so on — all merely an ideological shadow-show! And now
    • compare this shadow-show with the spiritual life which penetrates the
    • Spiritual Science is only beginning to show how human nature and
    • shows itself, for example, in the following way. Nowadays we pay very
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    • indeed shows aberrations, many aberrations ... but these very
    • activities, because super-sensible observation shows him that
    • shows that mankind has reached a kind of crisis with regard to
    • show that the way is not always found. Before the Christ Impulse
    • which I have shown you with regard to the renewal of Christianity,
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    • of Eisner's speech shows that he was using more than a mere phrase
    • Central Europe especially, in their party speeches. I could show you
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    • course be produced. The effect shows itself, in that the mass moves
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    • dimming or clouding of the light. I was trying to show how through
    • we let a cylinder of colourless light impinge on the screen, it shows
    • cornea, shown here, — embedded in the ciliary muscle — is
    • blind. Tomorrow I shall try to show you an experiment confirming
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    • heavenly bodies and they approach each other, or show that it is in
    • a note, you will be able to show that the air inside it is vibrating.
    • showing, — e.g. the forming of the spectrum. The explanation is
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    • showering through space. The old wave-theory was shaken. However,
    • material particles showering through space, — or is it
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    • shows us how insignificant we are and that we must develop new organs
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    • a background. The background shows us how the forces of light and
    • Body. The image or picture we behold shows us what we truly are. The
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    • ascend consciously into the higher worlds. This example too shows what
    • must be briefly mentioned. These consequences often show themselves in
    • have shown you how even in the normal course of life our experiences
    • would also be before us that other great figure who shows us what we
    • aware of the other figure who shows us what we can become by
    • to sleep in the ordinary way. He shows us what is lacking in us when
    • such a way, it shows that he is incapable of grasping the concept of
    • limits of knowledge shows himself to be a person who is incapable of
    • eyes of a seer. This shows the distinction that must be made between
    • Imagination. We shall show that the forces which form the organs in
    • and Intuition and to show how in line with our modern culture, man can
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    • This shows that man can have mental pictures which do not correspond
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    • more clearly articulate, the heart shows quite plainly by the
    • understanding what is shown to us by ordinary science, if true
    • I have shown you that the structure of man must be in conformity with
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    • possibility of erring or turning to evil. They show us our human
    • utterance shows that the speakers are incapable of any similar
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    • therefore imperative to show that this outlook leads us astray
    • Nevertheless we shall attempt to show today that this
    • about science, with the picture of the human being as shown in
    • intention today was to show how we rise from the sphere
    • has shown quite clearly in an admirable article
    • The science of spirit shows how we can penetrate into
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    • personally and in correspondence. I tried to show the
    • Today we shall have opportunity to show in what way the
    • dreams shows that we cease to join the sequence of dream images
    • dreams. Thus the science of spirit shows that dreams flow out
    • its truth or untruth, but only to show how an irreproachable
    • normal consciousness, and to show how the science of spirit
    • areas that shows how the science of spirit is in a position to
    • point out the region of the eternal, in showing how the
    • normal and abnormal way, and in showing just from its
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    • prepared through a certain training of the will. We can show
    • are unable to know and about the limits of knowledge show that
    • who have a more materialistic outlook show how this dependence
    • Higher Worlds and in other writings. I have shown
    • for physicians and medical students, in which I showed how the
    • spoke, and they showed how the results of spiritual knowledge
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    • and show the Incarnation of Christ as the pivot of cosmic and human
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • hold of the I. This shows that mankind could no longer see the spirit
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    • On the other hand, Newton shows mathematics completely on its own.
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • eighteenth century. His writings show what an up-to-date thinker of
    • This example shows how far man has removed himself in modern times
    • birth. When a man began to show wrinkles and grey hair and grow
    • of matter this way and to focus on what shows up as continuity in the
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • I never mentioned clairvoyant knowledge, but I did show to what extent man
    • I tried to show how man's soul — spirit organization does
    • This description of the primary and secondary qualities shows quite
    • man as well as in the animal. He was able to prove this by showing
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • exact science might show that it is not purely figurative, but be
    • This shows that we have an inherent need to obliterate certain
    • gravity. In short, we can show in many ways that in older times there was
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • tried to show how various domains of scientific thought originated in
    • comprehend because of his clumsiness. But Jacob Boehme shows profound
    • points begin to show up; and psychology becomes completely abstract.
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    • Steiner shows the significance of scientific research and the mode of
    • the matter psychologically. I attempted to show that our sensations
    • This history shows us at every turn that something great and
    • show you the standpoint of a human being, who comprehends this
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    • out for you a kind of introduction to show the extent to which we can
    • world view. This will show further how a foundation may be secured for
    • be made by anyone shows this fact.
    • be designed to show why today such questions must be asked. From the
    • in a feverish condition. This will show you that the relation of the
    • occurs, namely a difference is shown from the immediately preceding
    • Achilles, in the rear. And at any time you can show that observation
    • molecules. The fact that they have been shown to have a practical
    • made to make spectrum analysis showing the behavior of the light at
    • can be focused — a thermometer will show it — and there is a
    • organic cannot be reversed immediately. I will subsequently show the
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    • pointer moves more and more, showing that the expansion increases with
    • progress further. Expansion under the influence of heat is shown not
    • bodies then a peculiar thing shows itself, namely that
    • according to the relation of the planets and show a kind of resultant
    • the transition of the concepts of physics as shown especially in the
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    • into another. In this process however, a peculiar phenomenon shows
    • can say: during the process of melting, the thermometer shows no
    • the heat does not show itself in the form of an increase in
    • temperature on the thermometer. The instrument begins to show an
    • shows discontinuity to exist in the process of temperature rise. We
    • point as it is called. So far as the thermometer shows, the
    • temperature again rises. It can be shown that through this further
    • have the same phenomenon as before. The thermometer shows no further
    • in the vapor that it again shows a temperature rise (dot-dash line.)
    • temperature as shown by the thermometer when the instrument stands
    • is shown by this curve, which I am using as a symbol which may be
    • condition, in so far as the temperature shows this condition, by means
    • consideration shows this. But we have seen that the heat condition in
    • You see, I am showing you how we must, as it were, break a path if we
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    • heat. The experiment I will carry out here will show that water vapor
    • I will now show you another phenomenon which will illustrate one more
    • which fact is shown by the similar level of mercury in the right and
    • with rather subtle distinctions, will show you that in dealing with
    • ourselves to the three directions of space. It will show you how, the
    • to their students as to show that one must leave ordinary space in
    • shows itself as motion, as mechanical work? What does it mean when I
    • mechanical work, or shows itself as a mechanical process. Then the
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    • around three angles as shown by the motion of the hand or by walking,
    • have at the same time showed you how this development creates the
    • of temperature as we warmed a solid body to melting point. We showed
    • the re-establishment of it. The gas shows us the dissolution, the
    • connection with the earth as shown by the formation of a liquid
    • the water. Here we have between zero and four degrees, water showing
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    • same conditions as water shows a widely different pressure. Not only
    • increased temperature, shown by lowering of the column (tube warmed
    • experiment on this ice which will show you that we can make it a
    • shows that fluidity is brought about under the pressure of the wire,
    • the fluid metallic mixture and read a temperature of 94°C. This shows
    • can show that this melting point is lower than the melting point of
    • place in a vessel shows as a real liquid surface that which I have
    • let fall, and nature herself will show you what you have said in this
    • their relation to the earth, show a picture of that which is really
    • showing the direction in which the water is tending, their direction
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    • show plainly, very plainly, that what he says is true, so we must show
    • possession of form. The solids do not show form-building forces as
    • remainder of the earth-induced tendency to surface formation as shown
    • shown to you) this heat which always raises the diffusing tendency in
    • the gas shows you again the picture I am trying to bring before you.
    • through which we could show that certain processes of the earth,
    • instruments that will show us the difference in the way the process
    • experimentation which will show the relation of the earth to the
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    • in a mass of water has changed into heat. You were shown that the
    • Today we will do just the opposite. We showed yesterday that we must
    • complete transformation the condensation water would not show any rise
    • determine by noting whether the thermometer shows a temperature above
    • 20° or shows a higher temperature indicating a loss of heat to this
    • shows a considerable increase in temperature. In this way we can
    • blood showed a different behavior in the tropics and in the colder
    • physical observation shows that the world-process in the midst of
    • shows that the world process is running down. This is the way he
    • shows that what is usually called the spectrum can be thought of as
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    • previous experiments. What we show is really this, that by forming a
    • I must ask you to note especially how both these experiments show that
    • state of the fluid showing form only to the extent of making
    • say, fluids show us a relationship of forces similar to that obtaining
    • between gases and heat. Solids show the same sort of relationship to
    • were, the fluid throwing out a surface and thus showing its relation
    • of differing constitution, shows us the polarization figures.
    • and that it shows two bands of color. The one band is the clearer
    • rainbow, the accessory bow, shows colors in the reverse order from the
    • other side — it is difficult to show this diagrammatically. Since
    • moves from one realm to another, but in which any realm shows
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    • observation will show you that the conduction of heat varies with
    • Now we will perform also an experiment to show how the different
    • This experiment is shown to you in order to help form the general view
    • as a whole with all its colors included shows as its middle color on
    • on form. The tourmaline crystals show us now a bright field, now a
    • that the formative forces show themselves where, as it were, form
    • thought. A mere intellectual self-examination will soon show you that
    • shows us that when we think of her in relation to man, we must leave
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    • here. (The room was darkened and the spectrum shown.) It is to be seen
    • instrument hanging here. First we wish to show you especially how heat
    • of the alcohol column shows us that there is a considerable heat
    • show that when the spectrum is moved so as to bring the instrument
    • essentially characteristic of the red portion. And now, having shown
    • means of the alcohol column, let us show the chemical activity of the
    • other side phosphorescence shows the presence of the chemically active
    • importance. It shows us how that which we think of as active in the
    • In the course that I gave here previously I showed how a powerful
    • subject. He has thought along lines that show him to be a shrewd
    • yet to show how this being of heat works so as to bring about such
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    • be arranged so as to show you what is necessary if I am to prove to
    • from the nature of this influence derive anything that will show use
    • within science itself. The parallelism shows how we are really dealing
    • this before your minds as a fundamental. For this shows us how we
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    • the twelve-fold spectrum can be shown in its objectivity. Just this
    • Now let us show our first experiment. When we place a solution of alum
    • The effect is shown by the fact that the thermometer rises more
    • by showing that when the chemical portion is there, the phosphorescent
    • light spreads, the gas does not do likewise, it does not show
    • alteration shows on the photograph. If I were accustomed always to sit
    • illumination, an illumination that showed a wave-like phosphorescence
    • also shows the same madness to the belief that what can be abstracted
    • change. For we can show likewise when we produce lights from heat that
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    • bring before you the facts which showed how chemical effects could
    • an inner relationship that I showed you yesterday. But let us now ask
    • gaseous which shows an inner relationship to the manifestation of this
    • lecture which shows itself only when we rise, as it were, to a
    • body. Furthermore, what shows itself in this realm of reality
    • to us what dwells within, while it shows us only its exterior in the
    • usual three dimensions that we have before us. Space then shows us its
    • give you a picture in closing to recapitulate and show you how much
    • can only give indications now — this fact shows that we stand
    • however, is shown, and that is the necessity to build anew our whole
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    • And more: Philosophy, and in its very name, love of wisdom shows that
    • Cosmology once upon a time showed man how he is a member of the
    • It will now be the task of the subsequent lectures to show the
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    • shows what kind of being man himself really is; how he is part of the
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    • IN the previous studies it was shown how a view of the eternal
    • last survey it was shown how man lives through such cosmic
    • these two organisms over into the sleeping state. As shown in the last
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    • physical world, shows his reflected glory in the Sun, will meet you
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    • we not picture the process in this ways This experiment shows how a
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    • Goethe, in one part of his “Faust,” shows us what he
    • all he shows us how this man of will stands there, drawn down to the
    • is almost imperceptible. That shows us the connection between
    • giant stands upright, and now only does he show the time. This is a
    • showing them the great course of the evolution of man, of the
    • resurrection of Dionysos; and he also showed that which went on
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    • The custom itself, however, shows how the habits of men change.
    • but dates inscribed in the times by our ancestors, and they show us,
    • heavens. It shows us that what has occurred in the heavens must also
    • regularity of the sun coursing through the universe, showing us the
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    • Show'st me myself, and my own heart becomes
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    • showed in pictures what the neophyte was to experience later. We shall
    • overcoming of death by life that is present in death. This was shown
    • of the Cross that shows us life passing into death, but which at the
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    • Now I must show you in what way we arrive at such an assumption as
    • away from that which shows itself in set form, with a set figure, and
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    • beings of the Third Hierarchy. As shown in the last lecture, it is
    • the beings of the Third Hierarchy, it is shown to occult vision that
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    • quite clear and comprehensible, the children are shown by means of a
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    • little from the inner to the outer, so to speak, and to show how
    • time has had the opportunity of observing cometary life, shows us that
    • astronomy cannot imagine anything else. Occult vision shows us, that,
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    • Angel-beings; we have also shown how, if a man really wishes to obtain
    • something which should not take place as it shows itself there, if our
    • example, to show you how one must often understand things in the old
    • Now as regards the plants, a similar observation shows that in the
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    • We will now pass on to show more in detail what all this really means.
    • Occult vision shows us that the cause of the varieties of the animal
    • This shows how the objective must first be sought in these matters.
    • to the peoples of the West. The western civilisation first showed that
    • always show that they recognize the Spirits of Wisdom as being more
    • Spirit to the Sun-spirit, they can say that intolerance is shown by
    • look into the depths of the worlds becoming. All occult truths show us
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    • planets which exist outside the earth. And we have shown that the
    • to profound occult mysteries. What is thus shown externally in Maya,
    • consideration and studied. This was only an, example to show that in
    • earlier like this (see below). The facts of the Akasha Chronicle show
    • not correct because she shows a certain antipathy towards Christ and
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    • You shall not recognize as higher gods those who show you an image of
    • Now let us ask ourselves what these Ten Commandments really show us
    • hidden way also in the last part, they show us that the Jewish people
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    • Thus, we are shown how in the most intimate sense the heart is the
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    • humanity. This is one consideration which shows us what strong
    • organization for the ordinary human life; this shows itself in our
    • endure, the time will come for men when Osiris will descend and show
    • Therefore it is impossible that Christ should show himself in a way
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    • hearts are to be strong for work on earth. But this already shows that
    • meaning that as a spiritual revelation it will show itself to men.
    • Occult study shows us that every pain which is inflicted on a
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    • show us how this exists in the pre-earthly life. The earliest sounds
    • shown, with the Angels; these Beings can bestow upon man the gift of
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    • the nineteenth century it showed itself through a particular
    • I no longer dare to show myself. I have to go about bashfully.
    • could also show that a strong will is present on all sides, but
    • There you will find that the earth is shown as a heritage of other
    • spiritual life simply show no understanding. Just think how little is
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    • impulse for the renewal of the moral life, but rather to show that
    • example shows clearly that the turning-point of the nineteenth
    • evolution of the West. It goes to show those who have been growing up
    • not carried too far and thus made intellectual, it shows that
    • shows something universal, and Nietzsche felt this. He felt the
    • show what Nietzsche's view became. He said to himself: There
    • absence of enjoyment is their greatest enjoyment shows us how they
    • its form — as indeed Egyptian mummies show — so too can
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    • I wanted to show that the time has come, if morality is
    • proofs for the existence of God shows, if one looks at the facts
    • Imagination; the human being had to be shown the way from merely
    • I have tried to show that knowledge of the super-sensible worlds is
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    • have already shown that in the evolution in the West, consciousness
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    • a material means, possibly in the meteor-showers flying through
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    • told them what he knew. The first step was to show what one could do,
    • human being. He had to show his mastery of speech, his mastery of
    • youth so as to show what they were capable of, afterwards educating
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    • show how we must come to an education, steeped in artistic form. I
    • leader, because he can do something which he is able to show forth
    • showing the child symbols or allegories, but we shall do it in an
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    • to imagine that what they saw as dumb show in Nature — the
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    • shows us that what is material on earth does not merely pass through
    • disperse. He shows us that by uniting ourselves with the spiritual
    • a human being who shows you the way to Michael. Humanity must
    • finds in Michael the forces to exterminate the dragon. This will show
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    • subsequent lectures we shall show how we may arrive at an
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    • forms for the capitals, I had to show the first, second, and third
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    • Thus you see, we have a spiritual-scientific anatomy which shows us
    • shows us the nature and needs of that sphere of our organism which
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    • show that it is a prejudice to believe that the soul mood of modern
    • and political foundations of monarchy, Dante tries to show that the
    • show that the conquest of the whole earth by the Romans constituted a
    • Thus a quite obvious fact shows that we have to take into
    • the necessity of nature be reconciled with freedom? It shows, in other
    • own nature and being. Therefore they show something in their
    • recognize where the Christ impulse is lacking. Yesterday we showed
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    • that organs for feeling and willing exist; this shows that they do not
    • I only intend to show by this example that a fact need not necessarily
    • permeated with reality. A very important concept is that which shows
    • moment of waking up. Clairvoyant consciousness shows that at the
    • This is a trivial example, but an example which shows you how thinking
    • been able to impart to him, had he lived. Experience shows that
    • spiritual science cannot remain mere theory. It shows us something of
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    • and have shown that the end of the seventies was an incisive moment in
    • creations of the present time show values through this spiritualized,
    • spiritual background, clairvoyant vision shows that it was the spirit
    • was handed to me in order to show me what things are possible today.
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    • physiological changes could have been shown, no causes, for
    • examination of life experiences showed that circumstances might
    • they ask what goes on within a man who shows such symptoms. And
    • themselves, this revenge showing itself as hysteria. Very
    • is shown by the following case which Jung describes. He says:
    • will show you where the psychoanalyst lands today. I shall have
    • showing that a man has within him, not only the contents of his
    • showing as it does what mankind is actually facing in the
    • chaotic realm of the subconscious. This war has shown
    • These sentences, placed side by side, show how destructively
    • outside of anthroposophy shows how necessary this
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    • so well adapted to show how, at the present time, everything
    • consideration of the facts. Yesterday I showed you by definite
    • but by quite different forces which would show themselves if
    • schoolmasterly manner, for it shows us the only way to get at
    • about the usual procedure, and could easily show, according to
    • philologically shown up. In this literary creation such
    • all that he read, as may be shown by his comments. He read
    • that although I have shown how incorrect his statements are,
    • action of spiritual impulses by showing that a child while
    • feeling, and willing must be so drawn as to show this as
    • have to show how thinking (yellow) becomes independent upon the
    • combative tone, almost every sentence showing the after-effects
    • to show the mighty thought impulses, detached from all his
    • psychoanalysts shut all the souls who show any morbid symptoms
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    • from the false. For then is shown with a wonderful clarity and
    • and intellectual ones as well show us the kind of human beings
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    • one to relate it correctly to what was shown regarding the
    • primitive inspirations. We can show at once the
    • experienced by the soul, it is shown not only that this
    • passing through his eye, shows him how the forces act which
    • this has been pointed out today in order to show both the
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    • a high degree with clairvoyant consciousness. And we have shown that
    • of people today will clearly show already in their next incarnation
    • science shows that a blood relationship of the Hebrew people can
    • merely humoristic, but something which shows what a deep basis of
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    • shows the picture of the same nosegay to people, but they say: That
    • You are not shown what Buddhism is today by one who warms up again the
    • teachings have flowed into Christianity. You are not shown what
    • and from thence will show the nature of Zarathustrianism today; for he
    • in them was shown the connection between certain physical human
    • the younger son with Esau. We should thereby be shown that the old
    • should be shown how it gradually developed from generation to
    • had to show how, through 3 (2 x 7) generations, the seed which was
    • shortly in each single being. The writer of the Matthew Gospel shows
    • us this in a magnificent way. He shows it by saying: The Ego of
    • spirit of the origin of Christianity, to show how our knowledge of the
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    • or have read it later, has to show how from the people of ancient
    • mother gave him birth, the first wonder of Zarathustra showed itself
    • him.” Here we are shown that the body was prepared to take up, as
    • greatest cosmic connections. And I wanted to show you how basically,
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    • be able to show you that the esotericist can pass through three stages
    • gifts of the gods, except one, were showered upon humanity. They
    • those schools as the great destiny of man. Just as I was able to show
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    • place. The Argonaut saga is a picture of the primeval wisdom. It shows
    • What was it that was shown to the pupils of the Mysteries in the
    • was shown to the candidates for initiation — that is to say, they
    • were shown how the Manu had chosen some of the Ur-Semites, but that of
    • a beggar. That he is truly wise is shown by his being led into his
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    • that are always shown by the initiates of pre-Christian times; they
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    • to explain that in the course of these lectures I have tried to show
    • the course of evolution are the same as those which show themselves
    • showing us what we can come to if we succumb to our lower nature.
    • is the secret that the Mysteries have guarded. They have shown the
    • sounds fantastic. But it is a fact. The Trojan War was shown in the
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    • described it, still like effects showed themselves often in human
    • the forms of these buildings into their souls show the expression of
    • show themselves to him with firmly marked contours. Actually, they
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    • explains the difference between these two epochs and shows us that
    • of reality. It is possible in many areas to show that the number five
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    • which they belong. Let us see what they show us.
    • shown an evolutionary stage of mankind. There is, and always will be
    • The next picture shows us that the human being, when he had
    • shows how men in the beginning are born out of the primal forces of
    • This is shown here by the very effect. Signs of spiritual things
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    • Such a course will show us, that the fundamental object of all
    • this ‘Yes, but I could point to the Gospels to show that also
    • of the spiritual hierarchies, but the man to whom he was showing it,
    • Let me show you an example of the difficulty there is in
    • rejuvenescence through Christianity and which shows us how to find
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    • has, so to speak, two sides to it. An outer, which it shows when we
    • have had to show, by means of a comparatively difficult example, how
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    • warmth-substance of Saturn, as we have already shown. Thus we can
    • picture it quite mechanically. A very nice experiment is shown in the
    • schools to make the thing clearer. It is shown how a solar system is
    • round, and the demonstrator shows it to pupils — sometimes
    • Mars. Mars is thus the boundary showing the size of the Moon. If you
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    • does not matter. I have drawn this here only to show the orbits of
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    • signs to show the direction in which certain Beings are. We must
    • are concerned, came into action on both sides. We have shown that, in
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    • which the mind of man could ever imagine. What did this mean? To show
    • next above man were called Messengers and Arch-Messengers to show
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    • for a time, and the next chapters will show more and more clearly how
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    • of it, our astral and etheric bodies show what they have accumulated
    • begins to show itself to him in quite a different way. Everything in
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    • another form. I will show you by a definite example the relation of
    • example shows us that spiritual sight reveals a reality very
    • sun. This remarkable example clearly shows how the conceptions of
    • coming of the Christ as fore-shown by events. Nothing could have been
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    • the spiritual world. It has, however, also been shown that everything
    • very simple analogy will show that this is the case. Consider a
    • among these northern men who showed them the way to the spiritual
    • soul, it was necessary to show that forces develop invisibly within
    • through long periods of time.] the being who had most truly shown the
    • sense world. [This will show how erroneous is the statement
    • will show there is no reason for the inference.] Christ
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    • shown in the contrasts between the Chaldeans and the Egyptians had to
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  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • A study of these three senses shows us clearly the
    • group soul. Just here, for example, the latter has shown us how
    • ancient Persians to designate the ego. The fact shows that quite
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    • only what results from the whirling together of the two. What shows
    • Now we must go into a few details in order to show how
    • This difference between men and the animals shows how
    • By showing how spiritual facts and earthly things are
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    • within. Objects don't think for us; they don't show us the thoughts
    • itself that shows us that in bygone times he was differently
    • What is shown by the fact that on a certain plane man
    • forms of germinal life show shapes he never bore. Thus we can find
    • they show us how we never looked. But that is something that can be
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    • world, but then ascending to higher realms in order to show that the
    • will show you that we do not pass by the outer world in such a way
    • as it were. As you sit there dreaming, your environment need show
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    • shows the soul life to be of such a nature that the conceptions
    • our own soul life to bear, we make mistakes. I will show you that we
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    • showed, being connected with desire. Now, it might seem as though
    • we should have to represent it graphically by showing the flood
    • attention shows us that in the former case the impression cannot be
    • This shows us the fallacy of a definition implying that
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    • poem by Goethe was read to you, showing how two souls lived in his
    • they tell us? Examination shows them to have something strangely in
    • change its course within the body to that shown by the other arrow,
    • appears. You see the past, not the future; the mirror shows you the
    • Such considerations can show you that actually your ego
    • each other. The whole picture shows that a comparatively good diagram
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    • In order to show the links with modern science I must
    • show. Whether I call to mind “rose” and “red,”
    • show that the doctrine of reincarnation would conflict with his
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    • in the affirmative, it would automatically show that materialism
    • transformation of error into truth shows that error as such is more
    • been sufficiently described because experience shows that without
    • mind such as has been explained. That is what experience shows.
    • Further, it shows what pathological phenomena, as they may be called,
    • contradicted the assertion itself. Now, Dr. Unger has rightly shown
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • that it might be extremely interesting to show how the possibility of
    • could be shown that at bottom it is only through his own nature and
    • This is an extremely important fact, because it shows
    • This shows further that in the first instance we know
    • us, and experience shows this to be the case.
    • classed as perception is shown by the fact that it does not refer to
    • not reached before. Thus, experience shows the soul to be capable of
    • This is shown when you dream of curious things, for there are dreams
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    • Yesterday, for example, we showed how one transcends the realm of
    • one goes far enough in showing the threads that lead from the
    • development. In the course of time development shows that one learns
    • depends on your development, that process will rarely show you to
    • harmony. Those who boggle at the idea of reincarnation only show how
    • measuring up to it. This shows us that the important thing is a right
    • and Science. True, a little thought can show us that a
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    • Upon us valley-dwellers later showered.
    • In thousand thousand streams, aloft that shower
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    • showing itself, in mankind to-day, as the faculty of logical thought.
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    • people do not do. I might give a simple example to show how little
    • results of this treatment show themselves. All the children who had
    • serves to show that we should not only look as far as the end of our
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    • Cosmological connections, while that of St. Matthew shows how this
    • the Gospel of St. Matthew and it will be shown how the lessons to be
    • being able to decide for himself. The Bible clearly shows that
    • What had to happen then? First of all man had to be shown what the
    • This was shown to him by the announcement made on Mount Sinai in the
    • sufficient. I will show thee how these Commandments should sound if
    • torch, showing man what he had not become. He had to submit himself to
    • shown the right attitude of the ego to the spiritual worlds; this is
    • plane show man how to find the way back to the Kingdoms of Heaven.
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    • shows us a development which has retained earlier forms and carried
    • though God were pointing with a wand from Heaven to show men what they
    • are also signs, to show us how the forces come from the Cosmos. If a
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    • Euripides, who in his tragedies shows us that he already had the idea
    • arrogance on his part; it shows that he wants to twist the truth to
    • they show how, in regions widely separated in space, different effects
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    • to show that none of the Gospels can be historic records and that it
    • It shows that quite different methods are necessary in order that
    • We have gone further and have shown that what we established by
    • events in Palestine proves nothing. I will show you by means of an
    • understand them, have so to say performed Christ-deeds which show that
    • the spirit — if it looks to the spirit which shows itself, and
    • showing the karmic fulfilment of the act I have just committed. Some
    • of a far-distant, not-yet-accomplished act. It will show itself as an
    • been shown what I shall have to do to compensate for what I have just
    • possible for men to be shown the karmic pictures? It will come as a
    • thyself the Christ-force, which will show thee the outer world in its
    • of our narrow humanity, and show us how, in our little every-day work,
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    • birth? It was shown that when we turn our attention to the time
    • facts clearly show that there is the possibility of remembering after
    • acknowledge this fact shows complete misunderstanding. Let us
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    • us to the Sun through the Mystery of Golgotha. Occultism shows that
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    • This question shows that apparently simple things are not so easily
    • The supremacy of the Christ Principle is shown in another way, too.
    • examination will show what depth of meaning lies in the few words
    • utterances have become an integral part of Christianity shows clearly
    • Occult research also shows us how we can be prepared to receive the
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    • characteristics to show how fundamentally different are the spiritual
    • investigation shows that things are reversed in relation to the
    • to show that in this respect outer research misses the mark!
    • show how clear and intelligible everything becomes the more we view
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    • Concrete investigations showed that we take the whole cosmos into our
    • showed how a truth which was established occultly corresponds to what
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    • kamaloca and they may find one another. Occult investigation shows
    • apparently showed no wish for some particular thing, and in whom,
    • subconscious does not show a leaning towards spiritual science. It is
    • who has passed through the gate of death. This shows how very
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    • shows clearly that certain faculties are passed from generation to
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    • Spiritual science shows, however, that during life between death and
    • This shows how incorrect is the statement that we need not concern
    • of such people shows that in the spiritual world they were led by
    • anthroposophist, belonged to the same society, and show him a sample
    • world beyond. This shows to what extent the relationships after death
    • My dear friends, I wished to show you how spiritual science can be a
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    • physical world. This shows the importance of enthusiasm in man's
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    • cosmos. I wanted to show how the path traversed by the human being
    • blameworthy. In order to show how significant such things may be I
    • Pandora shows that Goethe made such considerable artistic
    • the forces that make him in his next life a spiritual man, who shows
    • and more comprehensible, to show how men bear the macrocosm
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    • known on earth, they often show themselves to be different from what
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    • a preparatory confession. I must endeavor to show him where his
    • capacity for brotherly love. The encounter with the Sun is shown by
    • These matters are of considerable importance and also show the
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    • lacks a clear consciousness of self. The following will show us what
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    • Strictly on this basis, it is shown that thought was born in ancient
    • perceiving the external world in pictures. I then tried to show how
    • dear chap, I can't let you off with just showing me the Berlin
    • you show me only the Berlin, Hanover, or Munich lion, you have not
    • show him the “lion-in-general”, you would be in a
    • Kant tried to refute this proof by showing that out of a “concept”
    • tried to show you that one cannot properly reflect on ways of
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    • show that the world would be purposeless and meaningless if ideas
    • this means one obtains very fine results, which show that this way of
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    • world, whatever shows itself to me externally.” One can do this
    • cannot show me the truth. How does Logicism help me to a
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    • certain degree; for the laws which have here been shown as the laws
    • shows even as does the previously quoted saying
    • the spiritual cosmos. That is, it shows how richly this soul was
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    • rearranged in many ways, for I have tried to show how thought as we
    • Strictly on this basis, it is shown that thought was born in ancient
    • perceiving the external world in pictures. I then tried to show how
    • dear chap, I can't let you off with just showing me the Berlin
    • you show me only the Berlin, Hanover, or Munich lion, you have not
    • show him the “lion-in-general”, you would be in a
    • Kant tried to refute this proof by showing that out of a “concept”
    • tried to show you that one cannot properly reflect on ways of
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    • There is something else I should like to mention in order to show
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    • show that the world would be purposeless and meaningless if ideas
    • this means one obtains very fine results, which show that this way of
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    • world-outlooks. You will best understand this if I first of all show
    • world, whatever shows itself to me externally.” One can do this
    • cannot show me the truth. How does Logicism help me to a
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    • I have shown you here what the soul of Nietzsche went through in the
    • certain degree; for the laws which have here been shown as the laws
    • shows even as does the previously quoted saying
    • the spiritual cosmos. That is, it shows how richly this soul was
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    • this saying in order to show how, on the basis of Greek wisdom and
    • phrase which shows how a glimmering arises that the pain and sorrow
    • next lecture will show us that it is possible to see a connection
    • of Job. It is a figure which shows us, or is meant to show us, how
    • into human life we shall find phenomena which show us the
    • If we have shown in
    • shown how in the light of spiritual research we have to picture the
    • that life does not show what characterises the process of death —
    • countenance. Yes, when one observes the higher animals they show to
    • still show how a nobler, more perfect state is born out of pain.
    • raising of man; in the story of Job pain and suffering are shown to
    • between earthly existence and pain and suffering. It is to show how
    • Fabre d'Olivet, made a right comparison when he wished to show how
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    • a definite goal, a summit of the living being, which shows itself in
    • Spiritual science shows
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    • what happens to it, there will follow not only an effect which shows
    • thirteenth year would have shown itself in later life and would have
    • In our example which showed how the thirteenth year influenced the
    • and carried out we shall show in further lectures; at present we shall
    • This shows now how, in the line of karmic consequences, our will can
    • This, indeed, is actually shown to us when we look out over a man's
    • way as the ordinary consciousness. We have, therefore, shown first of
    • and this will show itself in the development of his individuality in
    • recurrent movements showing a sort of inner completeness. But we find
    • lectures it was shown that comets bring the laws of the old
    • been made known by Spiritual Science. If we are ever asked to show
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    • Descartes so completely, for this shows us that in past centuries
    • begin with we should show by individual examples the essential
    • we were to show in detail why this is so. But we may, to begin with,
    • when a man learns, it is soon shown that he can become many-sided, and
    • These things show us how world conceptions are connected with the
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    • and etheric body thus shows that these principles are fundamentally
    • body. Spiritual investigation shows us this very clearly, for the
    • show us that the etheric body must make greater efforts to call forth
    • Spiritual investigation shows us that in the form of a human body
    • Science shows how these impressions are none the less accompanied by
    • — so Spiritual Science shows us — an organisation which is
    • Here we shall have to go back still further. Spiritual Science shows
    • body of the plants. We then showed how through the addition of the
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    • convincing statistics showing that in his so-called ‘wait and
    • body and astral body. You must make a body which will show you the
    • many different examples showing how, because of his experience in the
    • We have shown how, in fact, the two principles — the ahrimanic
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    • the nineteenth century, and side by side with this we showed the
    • that a temporising treatment showed neither fewer cures nor more
    • We showed that indeed what we accomplish in our ordinary lives in
    • shown the reason why what is subject to the moral, intellectual, or
    • Today we had to show in detail how Lucifer leads to illusions within
    • to show that karmic events, the results of earlier lives, are active
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    • shows the very fact of our awakening. Just as the state of waking is
    • have a different character will be shown by the fact that not every
    • In this lecture it has been our special task to show that a person may
    • consciousness. We had to show that in an illness we are concerned with
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    • I have shown you to-day by a simple analysis of facts that it is the
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    • showing itself through old inherited characteristics, in images, or
    • own etheric body. This shows how Ahriman is drawn by Lucifer to
    • disposition shows in early youth, if we bring the sufferer into such a
    • this consciousness may he active, however, is shown when we perform in
    • Spiritual Science. So we can show how primary events can enter human
    • karma of mankind, whose effects show only at a later period. Thus the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • draws him. We have already shown that the taking of such measures in
    • We can show how logical is the working out of karma in the world, by
    • incarnation. Occult teaching here shows that there is a connection
    • hear the following: Experiments have been made which show how the
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    • about conditions which show that ‘if you take gold and rarefy it
    • seen is a consequence of the Luciferic element, shows us the effect of
    • any other domain of the world existence. Thus we have shown nothing
    • counterpart to be found. I should like to show you this in a very
    • dead are anxious show in a palpable manner that there is indeed a
    • and who after his death was strongly impelled to show to mankind by
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • like to draw your attention, showing you the profound importance of
    • sentence itself shows that it refers to a characteristic of the Elohim
    • earth, and their inner character is shown by the fact that the element
    • that against which Anthroposophy must show itself to be a spiritual
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    • beings before the soul. As shown in Scene Nine of
    • retrospective memory or to experience what is shown as the Egyptian
    • in its deepest core received a momentous impression of the kind shown
    • although he shows himself in borrowed clothes
    • to show you what his present stature is.
    • Forbid him this, and he will show to you
    • planned, after Ahriman has been shown in his deeper significance in
    • until the spirit shows me the direction
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    • This shows itself particularly when people,
    • Schopenhauer's statement, it will show itself up as a fallacy,
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    • an open, unbiased inner being what is shown as picture-scenery,
    • In his first chapters the author shows that he wants to understand these
    • copied from the physical ones. That is what he demands. He shows with
    • sense world. The real task is to show that such proofs as Maeterlinck
    • would at once show themselves to be absurd. It is just as if someone
    • situation will always be like that, showing how the impressions could
    • clairvoyance may show in one way or another our relationship to
    • show you a relationship to a person whom it is impossible at the time
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    • shown me that a number of well-known modern scholars have become
    • shown in detail in Scenes Seven and Eight of
    • history shows us — and being a historian, Capesius understood
    • actually come — as occult research shows — to one
    • Benedictus could soon show Professor Capesius also that
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    • them into spiritual worlds. That is why we tried to show through the
    • to the luciferic element; it shows a certain trend that in their
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    • have tried in these last few days to show how the human soul,
    • elemental realm and then enters the spiritual world. We showed, too,
    • showing how the individual ascent takes place, as, for example, in
    • he has these encounters with the double in the scenes shown;
    • seductive influence shown at the end of the play.
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    • we have said repeatedly, shows how essential it is not to come apart,
    • being willing to acquire self-knowledge, shows up when it is carried
    • shows — as a consequence of what has departed — what it
    • experience further in meditation what is shown in
    • criticism to point out how clearly it can be shown that the published
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    • angels — those who immediately served Him. To those He showed
    • Occult observation shows that just as the physical and etheric bodies
    • life. For this shows us that when we consider the individual human
    • shows that in the deepest and most significant way he was connected
    • inclinations will show themselves in the child which were not there
    • general frame of mind may show it, even their state of health or
    • illness may show it. And those things which signify the connection of
    • I should like to put before you a simple fact which will show you the
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    • gradually solved, and which show us how the inner is connected with
    • shown how man has to assign an aim to his visions, and how this
    • to tell the names. In this way Jahve shows that He has need of man,
    • balancing opposing forces? A very simple consideration shows us how
    • developed philosophically. I did not at that time try to show the
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    • Thomas Moore. Steiner shows how we must Christianize all our activities
    • convenue, and we have shown how it is only from spiritual
    • stand before us and we watch them pass. They show themselves to us in
    • Rome shows us the infinite riches and treasures that flowed into it
    • element, preserved in the forms of the Church. Everywhere it shows in
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    • Thomas Moore. Steiner shows how we must Christianize all our activities
    • seen in wider connections, shows itself as a counterbalancing force to
    • to quote here a passage that will serve to show how he feels himself
    • painters show evidence as well of the working of church tradition;
    • For once, Jesus was to be shown as an historical person and was to be
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    • Thomas Moore. Steiner shows how we must Christianize all our activities
    • presence, he always showed himself to those persons connected with the
    • they meet. In many respects the immediate present shows us how far the
    • our Society has shown, however, that it is precisely in the matter of
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    • Thomas Moore. Steiner shows how we must Christianize all our activities
    • history, inasmuch as they first show themselves to us in forms that we
    • necessary to show man, who must otherwise fall prey to materialism,
    • sort of moral impression on the soul. Indeed, we are shown that
    • Hamerling's Homunculus? Because, after Hamerling has shown how
    • shows what it signifies for man, in respect of the great cosmic
    • mechanical forces. His last canto shows us the dirigible, the Zeppelin
    • a good book, recently published, that tries to show with a certain all
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    • shows that beneath the soil there are terrifying forces that pour from
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    • We have been occupied in showing how those spiritual forces that we
    • carried over through such powers, and we have been at pains to show
    • the human soul, he repeatedly overcame the temptation that showed
    • said further on this subject, but it would be easy to show how there
    • tale, he shows how he looks back into the time in which wisdom —
    • described. Now, he sought to show past, present and future. Goethe saw
    • already shown it in various respects; later it can be shown in others
    • understanding. I have already shown in certain respects how the
    • have shown in a public lecture (Berlin, April 15, 1916) that I gave a
    • showing how the leaf changes into the blossom, how an organ appears in
    • age when there were still Goethean traditions, but this book shows
    • They show it to him, but he knows is not.
    • A structure of a wondrous shape was shown.
    • one will turn one's attention to what shows us under what auspices,
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    • Thomas Moore. Steiner shows how we must Christianize all our activities
    • In our previous studies I have tried to show that a meaning, a
    • anything of such ideals show nothing more than that in the evolution
    • proud of it. But as a later age will show, as regards thought, our age
    • example, but it could be shown in every sphere how human evolution
    • the Isis and Osiris cult existed. It will show that the new science of
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • possible to them, showed to the people who belonged to such a Mystery,
    • the feudal origin of our abstract science and knowledge shows itself
    • his fine treatise on “The Limits of State Action”, shows
    • significance are now working themselves out, it was shown for the
    • We must express ourselves unreservedly about these things. If we show
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    • lordship over the earth. Instead of showing men today out of
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    • amid symptoms which showed themselves most markedly in the life of
    • shown these truths, which were threatening to disappear from their
    • Experience”. I wished to show that the one-sided cultivation of
    • of events during these last thirty or forty years has shown clearly
    • with socialistic leanings! Here, again, is something that shows the
    • explained in this place for decades; it will show you that with the
    • the Jesuit, Father Zimmermann, shows how seriously he takes all we do.
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    • knowledge of the spiritual worlds. He shows how natural egotism
    • I have shown how we can come to a true self-knowledge, how this can
    • also help us in practical life. I have shown this for one field of
    • when once shown it can be understood by those who will exercise the
    • so far. For it shows the external features or physiognomy of the
    • knowledge that not only shows those things but enters into the
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    • knowledge of the spiritual worlds. He shows how natural egotism
    • leading to imagination, inspiration and intuition. I showed how by
    • but ordinary consciousness only shows it in a pale and abstract
    • Mystery of Golgotha is shown as the great solace in world existence.
    • It is thus that anthroposophy can show the path, not away from Christ,
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    • In these lectures Steiner shows us the need to 'expand the horizon of
    • another planet to draw a picture of the earth; and he would have shown
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    • In these lectures Steiner shows us the need to 'expand the horizon
    • the second lecture I tried to show how a productive revival of this
    • what was there perceived really showed in man — in the motion of
    • to the solvent liquid. This shows us that the development of humanity
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    • In these lectures Steiner shows us the need to 'expand the horizon of
    • summer, winter shows us dying life. But what does this dying life of
    • to show you how we can gather into our Gemüt the spiritual
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    • not remain passive, showing the yellow or red colours which they have
    • whole attitude of a man. If a man has taken nothing in, if he shows
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    • this royal house there are members who show clearly that they incline
    • exit of the moon from the earthly planet, and have shown that the
    • to environment is also, as I have shown today, only an approach to
    • whose existence in nature I have shown, the Luciferic and the
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    • have inwardly grown up with their calling show something of what we
    • most beneficent, most perfect, most beautiful. This is shown us when
    • a metal. It is composed of single spikes, which shows that when it is
    • All these characteristics of antimony show the relation
    • life. Today I have shown you how the reflected forces of the metals
    • another, in this way showing the inner life of anthroposophical
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    • shows itself in those early ages as something quite different. If we
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    • other hand it was shown to these pupils that man, if he would keep
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    • have shown me what destructive forces work in the Cosmos. I have
    • show in later lectures. Today I only mention the fact. But all these
    • have again and again been shown from the most varied points of view
    • experienced, when external nature showed itself in summer landscape,
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    • I have shown you how the pupil penetrated through to the
    • able to give at least dreamlike indications of what I have shown you
    • Temple was led before the image of the Christ, they wished to show
    • Mystery of Golgotha was experienced pictorially, was shown in
    • showed in some way how reason and the senses could approach
    • of it, for he shows us that later. He becomes an unctuous pastor. It
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    • was led on to what then followed. He was shown with all possible
    • before thee shows thee in the metals which cannot today exist within
    • science, a natural science of the living, which showed him our
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    • to show you how those men who still held to some extent to the view
    • Now, however, man is no retort. The retort simply shows
    • When a certain definite complex appears in a man, it shows he is not
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    • this or the other region of the earth; and I shall attempt to show
    • extent be useful in showing what form the human soul-strivings took
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    • can illuminate the realm of medicine. I shall endeavor to show,
    • research, certain ruling principles, showing us, for instance,
    • lectures will show that we must think of this metabolic process
    • showing how these things lead to a real understanding of
    • object is to show that guiding principles are necessary for it
    • any sense. My aim is simply to show that in this natural
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    • lecture I tried to show you how broadening ordinary knowledge
    • perception yielded by the methods I have referred to here shows
    • shall have to show that this is neither an inorganic
    • matters scientifically and then to show from the
    • the super-sensible, and it is still our task to show how what
    • kidney system. This will also be shown by other things
    • by way of example, but it will show you the path that must be
    • show that the structure of the substances found in the petals
    • lecture I will have to continue this subject, showing you that
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    • conceptions. A series of investigations should be made to show,
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    • of fundamental importance because it shows us that the force of
    • very principle of growth shows tendencies to elongation.
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    • in our course, for it needs to be shown in a practical realm how our
    • theme today will touch on this. I will show you how spiritual science is
    • us from the normal into the pathological. I would like to show you what
    • actually lies at the basis of this, but I will show this from another angle,
    • characterized as Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition; I will show it
    • has been shown for how Schelling actually came, completely
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    • I will give you a few more examples, to show you how intuitively
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    • I have also shown you this morning how it is possible to make the
    • Now, however, it is possible to proceed further. I have shown you
    • recounted as follows. I have shown you how on the one hand it is
    • be sought. On the other hand, I have shown you how, through spiritual
    • physiology and pathology to therapy. Finally I wanted to show you with
    • were to present what is necessary here, would be to show that even in
    • shown that it is possible to stand at the pinnacle of contemporary
    • there will be other occasions to show, in a way illuminated by outer
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    • endeavour to show, first of all, that an understanding of the human
    • showing us, for instance, that what exists at some particular place
    • in the human being. The following lectures will show that we must
    • proceed from this point in the following lectures, showing how these
    • object is to show that guiding principles are necessary.
    • sense. My aim is to show that in this scientific medicine there is a
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    • the last lecture I tried to show you how a widening out of ordinary
    • direct perception to which I am referring shows that the fluid nature
    • these lectures we shall have to show that this is neither an
    • these matters scientifically and then to show from the empirical
    • super-sensible; and it is still our task to show how that which
    • scientific way, will show you what happens. If you make absolutely
    • also be shown by other things connected with the activity of the
    • phylogeny of the animal kingdom only when the animal begins to show
    • merely by way of example, but it will show you the path that must be
    • principles can be given from the spiritual world. Research will show
    • the next lecture I shall have to continue this subject, showing that
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    • to show, let us say, the effects of an extract prepared from the
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    • because it shows us that the force of gravity is not the determining
    • astral organisation is working too strongly, this shows that the
    • shows tendencies to elongation.
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture I: The Social Question as a Cultural Question, a Question of Equity, and a Question of Economics
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • nation can be molded. The result has always shown that laws which
    • gradually developed, as we can show, out of old religious, artistic,
    • can give no answer to this question, and it shows ignorance of itself
    • gave them something which showed them that their own inmost being was
    • scientific conception of the world are showing themselves in the
    • like to show how out of the circumstances of modern life, the social
    • matures for the duties of social life. He showed how important it is
    • of life, of great masses of people at the present day, and it shows
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • these lectures to show that certain phenomena of social life give
    • will also show how these confirmations may be arrived at.
    • have shown themselves in the unfolding of history. Those demands,
    • I will try to show in
    • should be grasped. For they show that technical science cannot be
    • following example shows the result of this. A government or an
    • of the quicksilver shows that the temperature has risen. We know that
    • showing that one may influence the economic system by bringing out
    • needed. When a product shows a tendency to become too dear, that
    • it cannot be denied that the leaders show no inclination to enter
    • once shown to bishops and archbishops of the Catholic Church is
    • nothing as compared with that shown by the masses of modern workers
    • lectures in showing that what is sought for in the Threefold Organism
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • last few centuries, as I have already shown in the first lecture,
    • important consideration; for it shows us the obstacle barring an
    • unprejudiced understanding of the present social question. It shows
    • will now show how the sphere of justice passes over from the actual
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • every quarter have shown themselves powerless to reconstruct the
    • shows to what an extent art has taken refuge in the mere imitation of
    • world-conceptions. It was necessary to show in that book the
    • free, or is he not free? I was under the necessity of showing that
    • foundation of that philosophy. It had to be shown that by taking his
    • these books I tried to show that the human being can indeed take his
    • which I have referred show that it is possible to put this in
    • plainly, only too plainly, shown that it can attain no real knowledge
    • Press, New York.) I have shown how an opinion of long standing,
    • Now I have shown in my book,
    • these nerves are obedient to the will as is shown by the terrible
    • which can easily be shown. They, indeed, prove the truth of my
    • the same time show us the nature of the physical human nervous
    • to throw light on the nature of matter, as I have shown in the
    • This will show itself
    • only shows that the latter is completely crazy. In such a matter as
    • the next few days to show how external life may really be given a new
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • the foundation for that unity. A striking example will show us that
    • development of modern states will show that by insisting on the
    • develop from its own foundations, as I showed yesterday, and, an the
    • reconstruction of social life is beyond doubt, show at least a faint
    • the proletariat, the wretchedness of the civilized world. He shows
    • life? That free spiritual life will, as I have shown, rightly
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture VI: National and International Life in the Threefold Social Organism
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • The difference shows
    • view, has shown itself most distinctly in the relation of this
    • hindrances, it shows itself to be all that I have just said of it. If
    • able to show that those who met there from time to time were able to
    • ideals. People who cannot convince themselves of this truth only show
    • show the relationship between idealism and actual practical life,
    • over the immaturity of the people, but to show them that we must be
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    • to give you in these present lectures. I want to show you how one must
    • Now I am speaking, in effect, for students. I am trying to show how
    • the region which shows a luminous effect, what are called the
    • Forty-five years ago, I came into a certain family. They showed me a
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    • Such instances will show you how indeterminate are the conditions on
    • will soon see, these two aspects are present everywhere. Having shown
    • so on the one side there appears the Nature-value which will show
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    • done and by whom, if the price of some commodity shows a considerable
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    • A simple reflection will show you that consumption is exactly the
    • considering. Hitherto we have only shown how values arise as the
    • spoke of Production, showing how it created economic values, we were
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    • Up to now I have given you a diagrammatic classification. I showed:
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    • supply of money for these particular commodities. This will show you
    • All this shows that something else has to play over into the economic
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    • show us on a large scale what is equally true on a small scale. The
    • course it always showed itself in a kind of mask; nevertheless it
    • with an adverse balance. There were at most tiny areas which showed a
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    • What is it then that drives it forward? I showed you a little while
    • that were all, it would be simple; but as I showed you just now, even
    • Rather the purpose is to show, simply out of the economic facts, how
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    • continue to show a condition of pure trade. This cannot yet be
    • will show you, ladies and gentlemen, that it is quite impossible to
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    • the forming of prices is merely the final result. As I have shown
    • thus enumerated, for this will show you how necessary it is to get
    • into the exchange. As I have shown already in these lectures,
    • show tomorrow how substitutes for money have to be treated in a
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    • will show of their own accord how they need to be modified. What
    • showed yesterday, that which is gained from Nature to begin with, and
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    • related as these are to the secrets of birth and death, show
    • are called upon to understand history; we must be able to show how
    • tinged only with a memory of the mythical, and then go on to show how
    • any more. Neither do they show any readiness as yet to enquire more
    • a long time before this language shows itself to us. The dead
    • have shown you in the case of language is a beginning. We shall find
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    • you rely on the sun rising tomorrow morning. Phenomena which show
    • will show you how this can be observed in particular instances. Let
    • description shows itself in a man's physical nature, it means that
    • from mental asylums. These show them all too clearly that though they
    • and darker, until at last it shows like a terrible black disk. It was
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    • shows that this can last only for few days. For by Initiation we are
    • showing you at once the starry world on every hand — the
    • shows that we can hold the pictures in our etheric body only for
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    • shows us the vastness of our earthly and cosmic existence.
    • earlier incarnation worked strongly and showed themselves in the
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    • shows us the vastness of our earthly and cosmic existence.
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    • shows us the vastness of our earthly and cosmic existence.
    • related as these are to the secrets of birth and death, show
    • are called upon to understand history; we must be able to show how
    • tinged only with a memory of the mythical, and then go on to show how
    • any more. Neither do they show any readiness as yet to enquire more
    • a long time before this language shows itself to us. The dead
    • have shown you in the case of language is a beginning. We shall find
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    • shows us the vastness of our earthly and cosmic existence.
    • have shown.
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    • shows us the vastness of our earthly and cosmic existence.
    • you rely on the sun rising tomorrow morning. Phenomena which show
    • will show you how this can be observed in particular instances. Let
    • description shows itself in a man's physical nature, it means that
    • from mental asylums. These show them all too clearly that though they
    • and darker, until at last it shows like a terrible black disk. It was
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    • shows us the vastness of our earthly and cosmic existence.
    • shows that this can last only for few days. For by Initiation we are
    • showing you at once the starry world on every hand — the
    • shows that we can hold the pictures in our etheric body only for
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • humanity would not show the slightest understanding but would
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    • the ancient records of the Akashic Chronicle would show us that human
    • Christianity was already in existence. It shows us how the most
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    • show us how significant it is, based on research that can be done in
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    • shown itself in human life since the old Lemurian time as the
    • Here we have an example that at the same time shows how
    • This matter is exceedingly interesting, because it shows
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    • from this deed — it can have no other meaning than to show me
    • life He would show that the spirit lives beyond death in such a way
    • have when Shamballa shows itself again will be Christ in His etheric
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    • shown how in the most intimate sense the heart is the expression of
    • still experience it in the spiritual world. This will show that man
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    • his soul. This picture will show him what action he must undertake
    • signs have to show them. Wisdom should inflame and enlighten its
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    • is this the case? Esoteric teachings show us that regarding his will
    • schematically, we must draw the region of the heart here and show the
    • can be shown in the human being throughout his waking life. It is
    • These investigations have shown that
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    • show that the way in which the concept of the “unconscious”
    • spirit as unconscious, however, they show immediately that they
    • Today I shall show you exactly how certain mysteries that relate to
    • have unveiled themselves through these seances. This showed that
    • This absorption is somewhat complicated, as I have shown you in many
    • Such things show you how significant it is not to accept
    • show us the truth of these things. One must only be sure not to
    • is only artificially dependent upon earthly conditions, as was shown
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    • shown that these facts agree just as little in the spiritual world as
    • to you, I wished to show only the beginnings of intentions that
    • encompass the future and to show the need to have these things
    • post-Atlantean period must arrive. It will then be shown how these
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    • shown by the perceptible growth of the theosophical movement that
    • portion of the surface of the earth. I presented an example to show
    • caricatures show only what really must come.
    • that showed the working of God in process. They tried to produce the
    • over the entire earth. I have shown you how, in what I have called
    • this brain were in a different constellation: there it would show its
    • show if one laid it on a scale and on the other side placed a weight?
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    • Yet another law rules there; it shows us how this second
    • which will show you what I mean, and it is only one case out of
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    • find this. Naturally it could be shown how something of this sort is
    • history, it shows how the particular German tribes have been absorbed
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    • nothing in it that could show how the earth is to be thought of, from
    • earth-organism shows itself outwardly otherwise in its eastern half,
    • The blue which shows brings this about. You can explain the
    • feeble outlines; but it is meant to show you that it is possible to
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    • I only wanted to show you that in those days one would have tried to
    • with colour. Therefore Aristotle, in his colour harmony, showed that
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    • farthest end of space — this whole scene showing so little
    • given him by the teacher, showing him how self-knowledge really
    • he shows himself to you as someone quite different from what the
    • historical documents make him out to be. For he shows himself to be
    • Eurhythmy will show it you; for this attitude of the etheric body is
    • illumination of Nature — I wanted to show you today how this is
    • to show you today: tomorrow we will complete the picture.
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    • however, it showed itself with a peculiar intensity, and whilst these
    • by which the Rosicrucians were shown when it behoved them to know of
    • idea of “boundaries” to knowledge. The idea shows itself
    • in order to show you how everything that takes place in the external
    • being of man as they show themselves in this or that individuality,
    • figures of the old Rosicrucians. These they would show to those who
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    • knowledge, showed itself in this later age more in a devotion of
    • shown himself equal to the task, had fallen from his high estate.
    • conversion to Christianity in the Middle Ages show such extraordinary
    • but in an altogether different way. The pupil was shown how the Earth
    • shows itself in the feeling of man from the fifteenth to the
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    • faculty in other animals too. It was shown to them how this sense for
    • shows itself plastically in man, in plastic forms and structures —
    • life. Yet we can learn to do so. And even as the pupil was shown how
    • to experience the inside of his bones, so was he shown how to
    • special and definite teaching. It was shown to the pupil how when he
    • where I showed how Aristotle held the view that in Man, Form and
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    • shall show in the next lectures how the abyss opened out in the
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    • materialism of mankind in the last four centuries is shown not merely
    • shower of meteor-iron, as though this were molten in cosmic desire
    • sword wherewith he shows humanity the way from the animal-like to
    • This it is, which shows itself to us as an admonition from the
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    • shall show in the next lectures how this abyss was opened out in the
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    • age as it shows itself in relation to the working of cosmic law. This
    • In the last lecture I endeavoured to show you that at the present time
    • gravity of all human evolution. It has been possible to show quite
    • Golgotha, one can point to quite other events to show that formerly
    • In Hebraism new features began to show themselves of quite a different
    • to the careful observer. And if it shows itself here in a different
    • Bodhisattva who was born as Gautama Buddha and have shown that for us
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    • The old traditional remnants still extant to-day can show that men
    • Michael force out of the clouds. The calendars show on this day the
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    • shows us how the human soul experiences the gigantic powers of fate
    • soul. A tragedy, we feel, shows us how an individual is entangled in
    • absent when we are awake. Spiritual research can show one very
    • earth. In the same way, spiritual science shows us ever more clearly
    • particular difficulty, while the fairy tales show us what is relevant
    • them said, “We'll show you how much stronger we are!”
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    • badly with you!” said one of the giants. The tailor said: “Show
    • suitable wife. The latter showed him the way to the neighboring fairy
    • world, he experiences everything I have shown. Gradually he comes to
    • especially at night.” And he showed them the spot, under a
    • his hand, showed him to the others and said:
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    • humanity. These things will show us the immense values which mankind
    • hand the very opposite was shown to be the essential truth for man
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    • by the Sun and thus showing itself to our vision in varying shapes and
    • Full Moon, showing us a physical aspect, we see something altogether
    • confusion that thus arose in the course of human evolution shows how
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    • spiritual life of the world live in the Mysteries? I showed yesterday
    • showed how the other planets are seen from the standpoint of the Moon.
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    • recent lectures given here my endeavour has been to show how in the
    • form of narrative. Today, however, I want to show that towards the
    • from European literature. These examples will show that in the hearts
    • in every house and on the roads scrutinised; if one of them shows
    • Dalai-Lama. The conviction is that in the boy who shows the most
    • such a novel having been written when it was; it shows that a human
    • situations, and because the novelist is able to show how art suddenly
    • translated into French and show with what wonderful simplicity the
    • Who now appears to him shows him: Victory lies neither on the one
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    • And so even superficial observation will show that there
    • Chemistry?” Gutzkow showed that something of the kind existed
    • with spiritual Beings — and showed that substances to be found
    • answer. I stress the importance of this incident because it shows how
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    • sought to show that a certain rigid, one-sided kind of thinking can
    • significance at death, showing thereby that it would not have led
    • Iodine,” he is really trying to show the limitations of man's
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    • shows a comprehension for something reaching back to the Roman period.
    • psycho-parallelism, and so forth. I am saying all this to show how we
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    • else. Well, but if a Greek prior to Aeschylus had been shown a mere
    • the foundation I wished to lay down in order to show how the unspiritual
    • life in the artistic: to this desirable end Anthroposophy can show the
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    • ESTERDAY I tried to show how the anthroposophical world-conception
    • contrast. Whereas architecture shows the human soul's striving on its
    • departure from the body, the art of costuming shows the human soul's
    • with the erection of tombs, sculpture shows how man, through his earthly
    • shows physicists at a loss in regard to the problem of color. To throw
    • lower gods. True drama shows the divine world lying below the earth,
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    • Nevertheless, though their earthly forms and colors show a desertion from
    • every possible way Goethe shows his predilection for the classical;
    • of cognition, through which, of necessity, men must pass. Tieck shows
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    • hater. But the episode also shows
    • show the contemporary mis-relationship between poetry, art and science.
    • I cite it because it is characteristic, because it shows in a radical
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    • subjectivity enters, for we cannot love what conceals itself, showing
    • to the genius of language, showed his inner knowledge of color in his
    • color shows up in the ensuing radiance, how light and darkness intermingle,
    • task of showing how sunlight falling through a window struck the man's
    • painter to show the man's character, and so forth. But one is justified
    • the sensory, this may be artistic. If I want to show, in totality, the
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    • A bear in its fur or a dog in its pelt shows itself well cared for by
    • shows up in primitive people. Because they feel artistically how they
    • love to dress grey in grey simply show the world the deceased image
    • we show in the way we combine colors how little we retain the living
    • the repose of the fixed stars shows in the tranquil vault of brow and
    • has this artistic experience, if death, life, soul and spirit show forth,
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    • AY before yesterday I tried to show that the anthroposophical
    • to show that color is not merely something which covers the surface
    • dead mineral components, it is yet the means whereby the living shows
    • repeat still other details from the last lecture in order to show how
    • yet show the characteristics of phantasy. At best it has dreams. Free
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    • knowledge begin to show themselves; you must be tactful and
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    • treads on his heels shows in this one small characteristic of his
    • need to study the history of civilisation, but we can show the child
    • happened — they showed these savages printed writing and the
    • show you, above all, that it is quite wrong to teach reading before
    • likewise; this will show you how what grows out of a true knowledge
    • shown how he had to use the first finger, the second finger, and so
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    • formed one whole together with the child's own body. I showed
    • which show one how these things should be taught. Now the important
    • show a child plants out of a botanical tin and tell him their names,
    • for they are really all theoretical as I showed you in our first
    • animal world. Even a superficial glance will show us that the animal
    • face of certain situations a human being may show cruelty simply out
    • as I have shown you, the child will also get practical ideas for
    • to show the child how he is related to the animal world, he will see
    • where what follows is always shown to be the effect of what has gone
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    • I have shown
    • be able to show him that a dog is a creature whose task is to watch,
    • other than story-telling, as I shall have to show.
    • story can be used to show how the child develops religious feelings
    • What a beautiful analogy one can draw later on by showing how the
    • get them to do this with all sorts of figures, even if one has shown
    • •see drawing a.). Now we show him, by
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    • now gradually proceed to show the child a sign for this
    • “one.” You make a stroke: I, so that you show him it is a
    • you have two hands.” This you then show like this: II.
    • addenda. Then you can go on to show that it can be divided up
    • you can then proceed to show the children that when you have
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    • up melodies and rhythms. To show you the kind of inner picture you
    • digestion into consciousness in our teaching, but I want to show that
    • of teeth. Our first task, as I have shown you, is to begin with
    • puts his finger to his forehead; when he wants to show that something
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    • child or without him bears the character of a unity. I have shown you
    • we have given a clear description of the mountains we can show the
    • but the pattern itself should show where to lay your head. You can
    • letters in their reports which are supposed to show what a child can
    • for instance that two children each show a certain excitability. It
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    • group of children. I show them that the sun is shining in from this
    • really shown great consideration by the authorities. It was even
    • What is done at these services has shown its results in practical
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    • of morbid symptoms, but as signposts showing the way. For it is easier
    • atomistic medical view shows its faint beginnings. And it has fully
    • morbid one abnormal, without showing why the process in the human
    • show how this training in intuitive observation of form will play an
    • orientation. Our concern today was to show that medicine must once
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    • receives air. An unbiased observation will show a certain contrast and
    • organically-intellectual, if I may use such a term, and shows itself
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    • Further I have tried to show that the whole life of our will depends
    • sentiment This one example will show you how extremely cautious we
    • what becomes of those forces, growth forces, which show themselves
    • follow up the processes of thinking, feeling and willing, as to show
    • emphasise this correspondence, and show that man faces the same
    • the facts show, is also present in a certain sense in milk; for if
    • depict what happens to our blood by means of a graph, we must show the
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    • conspicuous homeopathic process. This process shows that at the very
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    • some extent show in what way the extra-human world corresponds in a
    • force of gravitation, shown by the buoyancy that lifts and suspends
    • The forces which pass outwards from the interior, show the path by
    • the organism. This is a further symptom showing that the astral body
    • the legions of these creatures treated with the serum showed a favourable
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    • will seem without foundation. Nevertheless I will try to show in the
    • with direct remedial qualities, as is shown when any portion of the
    • the case cited as illustration, the effect of such action is shown in
    • shown by the following example. In a history of alchemy an extremely
    • constructions, and one of these intricate structural systems is shown
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    • Contemporary medical science, without knowing it, even shows in
    • shows first the struggle, and then the collapse to a temperature below
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    • with the external world, simultaneously shows that the production of the
    • blossoms shows the interaction of the plant-etheric with the astral
    • tried to show the close relationship between the so-called mental
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    • surface of the body and the heart) shows us especially clearly how
    • These examples have been cited in order to show the possibility of
    • shows itself in the habit of cooking [i.e., changing] the raw
    • malformations showing in anatomical deformities, but I mean
    • all extra-terrestrial things through his periphery, as is shown by the
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    • shown even in negative cases, and corroborated. It is advisable,
    • Spiritual Science shows us this significant fact: every change in the
    • emergence of new types of disease shows the necessity of taking these
    • result of self administration of various substances. This is shown by
    • whose decline begins with the advent of Hippocrates, still shows
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    • order to show how the etheric body acts within the organism. It is
    • of carcinomatous growths. Carcinoma, if objectively studied, shows
    • shown in its method of fertilisation, which depends on transport by
    • can show that we can only succeed in these matters if and when both
    • on men it will show appreciable influence in the case of tumours, if
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    • only serves to show that in such cases the ego weakened and its power
    • the events in external nature with those inside man will show the way
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    • of the ape. In man, on the other hand, the teeth themselves show in a
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    • and shows this association and interdependence in the human area most
    • type as is shown in the dental formative process. Therefore a great
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    • childhood he showed plainly that the forces that did not allow him to
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    • as shown among “bleeders.” You will find a striking phenomenon, known
    • creations by which nature framed mankind, and which shows by its
    • substances. This inclination of antimony shows how it is interwoven in
    • substances show their operation to a marked degree, it is because the
    • the consistency of the bloodstream shows a tendency to coagulate the
    • referred to, yet shows constant slight oscillations. Thence arises a
    • vomiting and diarrhœa — showing that the effect is confined to the
    • universal surroundings. The significance of such a method is shown if
    • plant shows an urge to perceive. But the plant has no specialised
    • nightshade, Atropa Belladonna. I have tried to show by means of
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    • upper and lower bodily spheres lies a clue which can show the way to
    • what is secondary for what is primary and basic as shown, for
    • unity, and man as involved in it. For example — as I tried to show
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    • the so-called normal life of soul; only, they show themselves there
    • of soul, which can show itself in varied expressions and
    • maturity. Suppose that now some abnormality shows itself in the life
    • therefore we are dealing with a child who shows evidence of a defect
    • showing signs of degeneration or of illness, with which we can
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    • example, of an abnormality of soul, which showed itself in the
    • reason why it can happen that inherited characteristics show
    • individuality as the real impulse of karma shows itself overpowered
    • the child. And I will show you how, not only in the ideal teacher,
    • suppose that the condition shows itself in only a slight degree. So
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    • thought-system of the World Ether, and we went on to show how this
    • Neovitalist.] they show that they have no knowledge of the
    • naturally ask: What am I to do when symptoms of epilepsy show
    • epileptics this is decidedly the case. Phenomena of giddiness show
    • epileptic phenomena show signs that the astral body is involved
    • speaking of it later. Today I want only to show you how the things we
    • physical and mental constitution that shows itself to us when we meet
    • the will. The urge may at first show itself in a comparatively
    • begins to show itself, and so it does not assume large proportions.
    • shown to end in absurdity.
    • have been saying. Later on, we shall show you some kleptomaniacs.
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    • in our study, where the phenomena that show themselves differ
    • reality. This shows itself at once in the first picture people begin
    • nature of the abnormality shows itself to us quite plainly in the
    • complex shows itself to you. You notice it. As a matter of fact, it
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    • recognise as symptoms of the oncoming of illness, show themselves in
    • definite manner. I was able to show you, for instance, how what later
    • You will have thus a being who shows his ego organisation outside,
    • Going inwards, I shall have to show next the astral organisation
    • outside, showing form and shape, are the physical body and the ether
    • who is constituted just in this way. One day we showed him, for the
    • their cause in some other sphere. Even if recurring ideas show
    • quite apathetic, but at the same time show signs also of being
    • third class — he is now in the fifth — his apathy showed
    • it, as it shows itself to him.
    • already begin to show a tendency to fixed ideas. The raying back of
    • sulphur direct. This can show you once again how from a spiritual
    • penetrate, in the way I have shown you, right into the inner
    • thoughts; the child, in fact, shows indications of being
    • mania. The tendency need only show itself very slightly, to
    • they show themselves in a slighter form, and yet here too they are
    • All this goes to show
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    • External tests all give a negative result. After he came, he showed
    • If he had, he would have lifted his arm in the way I showed him. With
    • present all along, show itself. And it is just as we might expect,
    • right adjustment will show itself in clumsiness, in unskilfulness.
    • show me now on your paper what the tree is like?”
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    • yours would begin to show itself in all possible metamorphoses, it
    • condition, and they go to show how very difficult it will be to
    • showed itself — a most characteristic symptom, and easily
    • paralysis showed signs of improvement. The affected part was left a
    • He has no liking for fruit or vegetables or anything acid, but shows
    • strongly attracted to meat). We saw also that the boy shows a dislike
    • always present that symptoms of paralysis will show themselves on the
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    • Drawings of a boy of twelve shown. Next a hydrocephalic boy and his
    • friends, I want to show you the drawings done by this boy here, of
    • condition — the child showed nothing unusual. The embryo
    • show that the causes of the trouble are not to be sought in any
    • any such devastation as can show itself in the organism later on, if
    • stolen. He will show you, with real shyness, just how he found the
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    • the same defect show itself in the intellect, and you will find the
    • children are dull and stupid; but when, as here, it shows itself in
    • we shall be ready to notice quickly when traits begin to show
    • unreservedly on the matter, showing him how objectionable such a
    • as symptoms began to show themselves, those in charge of the child
    • you see before you a state of affairs such as shows itself in this
    • begin even to show signs of weariness when the story is told. We let
    • are more highly developed than man, spiritual beings who show quite
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    • Lauenstein children. Their horoscopes show a special relation of
    • already show signs of this kind of difficulty, where what has been
    • shows, you see, a certain obtuseness to external impressions. We
    • with loving devotion all that shows itself in the child, and
    • Movement. I mean a certain vanity that shows itself there on every
    • among the Youth that the vanity shows itself. What concerns us at the
    • children always show two main characteristic peculiarities: fair
    • Dr. Steiner was shown the record of the fits. The suggestion having
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    • moment. The inflamed condition that shows itself in the neighbourhood
    • place in his whole inner constitution. When he shows a tendency to
    • horoscope shows we can see what is really the matter.
    • perfectly intelligible, a constellation that, when interpreted, shows
    • nothing with albinos except expose them for show, getting them to
    • but has to be content with showing how the leaf lives in the blossom,
    • dawned upon him. Then, later on, I made a discovery, which showed
    • suddenly brilliantly clever, and showed quite remarkable powers of
    • transformed and shows itself today as weakness of the ego.
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    • all the abnormal phenomena that can then show themselves in a nursing
    • regard to illness could be shown in a kind of diagram on transparent
    • flabby and shows obvious affinity to physical substance, then that
    • shows on the surface, then, when we look at someone who is sailing
    • scarab, could at least still show the I carried by the head
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    • introductory lecture shall be to show that this is not the
    • opposition to modern science. On the contrary, it will be shown
    • childhood onwards. The child first appears in the world showing
    • active in our own life, these show us that as human beings, we
    • in this way — (and I will later show how the Art of
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    • show also how an inner knowledge of the conditions of health
    • with its eyes — and this can be shown by a closer study of
    • permeated by the blood, shows that the eye shares in the whole
    • will show, in a way that will be justified by modern science,
    • the particulars which will show that we are not evading modern
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    • — such details as will at the same time show that in so
    • we find that that part of the organism which shows us, first by
    • This shows us how we can master these connections within the
    • Anthroposophy, Midsummer, 1928.] I attempted to show, in
    • will now take an example which shows that it is possible, out
    • shown here. In the system of nerves and senses, the physical
    • Instances of the treatment of hay-fever show that excellent
    • so I could give you many details to show that the insight into
    • spiritual knowledge as I have shown; but it can also do so
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    • introductory lecture shall be to show that this is not the
    • opposition to modern science. On the contrary, it will be shown
    • onwards. The child first appears in the world showing outwardly
    • active in our own life, these show us that as human beings, we
    • — (and I will later show how the Art of Healing can be
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    • soul and spirit. I tried to show also how an inner knowledge of
    • its eyes — and this can be shown by a closer study of the
    • by the blood, shows that the eye shares in the whole
    • prevalent to-day. This book will show, in a way that will be
    • more into the particulars which will show that we are not
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    • details as will at the same time show that in so far as
    • that part of the organism which shows us, first by its outer
    • This shows us
    • Nature. In the last lecture I attempted to show, in principle,
    • an example which shows that it is possible, out of an inner
    • essential difference is shown here. In the system of
    • present time. Instances of the treatment of hay-fever show that
    • give you many details to show that the insight into the nature
    • knowledge as I have shown; but it can also do so because it
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    • We shall find that a real, unprejudiced, historical retrospect shows
    • Already, as I have shown, a certain stage will have been reached when
    • spiritual observation, shows scarcely any metamorphosis when it is
    • I have quoted these two examples especially in order to show how every
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    • We shall find that a real, unprejudiced, historical retrospect shows
    • Already, as I have shown, a certain stage will have been reached when
    • spiritual observation, shows scarcely any metamorphosis when it is
    • I have quoted these two examples especially in order to show how every
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    • — things, that so very plainly showed the way men go
    • Then came the World-Catastrophe. And what did it show? It
    • showed, that all talk of automatic evolution had its origin
    • show, that the soil, in our future economic order, will
    • these happenings which is symptomatic and very plainly shows
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    • Even the places were shown and described where such
    • shown that he would be unable to think as he does had he not
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    • tried to show you how the liberation of the intellect was the
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    • many souls present shows that Spiritual Science in our time
    • This shows us
    • fourteen days can show us what a strong magnet
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    • extracted from the strength of mankind, and He showed us how
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    • everything in its own measure. The Christ-Impulse shows us
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    • example, was Melchizedek: he could show himself to Abraham
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture X: The God of the Alpha and the God of the Omega
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  • Title: Lecture I: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • deal only with present-day man and to show how the individual fits
    • whole course of human history on Earth. They have always shown the
    • record what these instruments show and then build up a purely spatial
    • really an extraordinary region which shows that there are quite
    • history for the Anthroposophical Movement — to show how man's
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    • — as indeed these lectures will show — and anyone who speaks
    • those days, as opposed to the waking dream which, as I showed
    • investigation shows that it was so; and the genius of language has
    • Mystery-teachings which showed him that Nature also was permeated by
    • and the knowledge he still had of the stars showed him that their
    • supporter of the theory showed his audience clearly how it is all the
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    • closer to us than is our normal abstract thinking; they show the way
    • heightened state of waking. All the turmoil and upheaval which show
    • His calculations about the further development of the illness showed
    • tomorrow a discussion may begin here which will show that in the
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    • experience they show no desire to do so at present, for they do not
    • spiritual world, and he expects from us on earth that we should show
    • aware that the soul could not do this unless, at the time of showing,
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    • should like to show, by means of a few examples, how life before birth
    • will serve to show how, if we have only a slight knowledge of the
    • walk. Practical clairvoyance shows us that these forces, when really
    • and here we reach an interesting point — showing how necessary it
    • physical plane, but also shows us how they are preparing their next
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    • How they thought about it, I will show you graphically in a drawing.
    • our ego into its protection. It shows it to us when it opens the great
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    • sentence: You behold in what nature-knowledge shows you that which you
    • forsakes him is courage of soul. Once more we are shown how what
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • comes and shows me an entirely different being, with wrinkled
    • the being called ‘man’ is, for I have been shown three totally
    • one and the same time. Willing shows itself contemporaneously as young
    • we might try to show it in a drawing; you would see it all in
    • figures show themselves which resemble the patterns made by ice on a
    • Right, on the other hand, immediately shows that it is united with
    • Thus we see how right and duty show each of them a state of
    • What we behold in the world outside is dualistic, it shows itself to
    • is to show you how the whole world is a result of the working of
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture I: The Art of Recitation and Declamation
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    • – and yet as a completely human figure. She shows herself a
    • scene, because in that way it can be shown how, when one creates
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    • different sides, show us what wells up in poetry from the
    • show
    • poetry. We hope to show you how fundamentally different the effect
    • declamation. From these, we will then show how there results an
    • [The following three poems show some
    • And now, in order to show how another, the very
    • Lock” shows the great English satirist in a comparatively
    • show'rs
    • shall be able to show you what poetry, as expressed in recitation
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    • what I seeke, by the Mirre is show’d how I seeke
    • way as to show all the things I have discussed.
    • guiding principles, scanty as they are, I hope to have shown you at
    • The intention was to show you, taking the art of recitation and
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    • show up in its response to the different languages – each
    • Furthermore, I showed how this comes to find expression in poetry
    • Schiller’s characters shown on stage with their hands in
    • imitation of external, physical nature, this only shows that we
    • become effective if it shows itself in the style, in the handling
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    • we will show today with reference to recitation and declamation.
    • poems to show how recitation and declamation must be guided by
    • example; a second shows something of what can be achieved by a poet
    • show itself and be given form. In our times we often see so-called
    • Grimm who first showed a really sensitive understanding for these
    • showed how Goethe transformed this into something that lives in the
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    • Nought in substance all in show.
    • Show us and ours thy glory still.
    • now be recited. Here in Goethe we find something that shows us how
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VII: The Uttering of Syllables and the Speaking of Words
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    • preserve a chaste silence. Now every argument, every show of
    • show how art is the way to gain a true knowledge of man, in that
    • deal with that presently. But we would first like to show how what
    • showered with colour,
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture IX: The Alliteration and Terminal Rhyme
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    • you an example from the poems of Wilhelm Jordan, showing how
    • does show how much strength – how much primaeval strength, as
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • In these lectures, Steiner shows how the Mystery of Golgotha can
    • accounts, showing how the Christ appeared to one or other person,
    • we are shown how the common element resides in the outpouring of the
    • difference is clearly shown in the method by which the pupil of
    • wished to show how even so lofty an element as the Jesus-principle
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • In these lectures, Steiner shows how the Mystery of Golgotha can
    • good. It will now be my task to show that the Rosicrucian way is
    • This shows that the Initiation of the Rose-Cross takes full account
    • indicated today shows that when a man has taken the path of the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • In these lectures, Steiner shows how the Mystery of Golgotha can
    • development shown by Jesus of Nazareth sprang from the fact that the
    • could go through the extremities of despair and sorrow, as shown to
    • individuality be shown by the horizontal line; then we have in (a) a
    • when we draw the life-thread, we have to show that in the thirtieth
    • thinker of modern times works out how external science shows that
    • in pre-Christian times will be shown in the next few days.
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • In these lectures, Steiner shows how the Mystery of Golgotha can
    • task to show further how from the usual way of experiencing Christ,
    • be distinguished from post-Christian. It can be shown from numerous
    • science are at one in showing that in early times human beings really
    • for example of the Pauline Epistles or the Gospel of Matthew, showing
    • minds which show how the spiritual substance which hovers in the
    • is shown in greater detail in my book,
    • of the tradition with the original form can show how this or that
    • may or may not be true, for where agreement is shown it will be clear
    • This can be shown in numberless passages. As an example let us take
    • The whole thing comes out clearly — and this can be shown even
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • In these lectures, Steiner shows how the Mystery of Golgotha can
    • concerning human nature, as shown through occult sight.
    • the way in which the Greek Ego comes into conflict. We are shown how
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • In these lectures, Steiner shows how the Mystery of Golgotha can
    • in the usual sense, show such resemblance to the Gospel stories of
    • that the Father Himself raised up the Christ. Here we are shown that
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • In these lectures, Steiner shows how the Mystery of Golgotha can
    • it was shown that the evolution of the earth was preceded by a Saturn
    • inward life and can experience in our souls; the diagram shows it coming
    • We are shown by
    • we find that the process we have just indicated shows itself in an
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • In these lectures, Steiner shows how the Mystery of Golgotha can
    • Occult investigation shows that the individuality who was in the
    • child soon showed an extent of knowledge which would normally have
    • showed capacities exactly contrary to those of the Solomon
    • occult research shows this — that part of the substance of the
    • experiences would show himself without talent for all that men have
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • In these lectures, Steiner shows how the Mystery of Golgotha can
    • endeavours penetrated Christian endeavours is shown by figures such
    • where Capesius and Strader enter the astral world, and it is shown
    • light in the Macrocosm.’ The effect was shown to the pupil
    • This shows that in contemplating Nature, or in thinking about Nature,
    • exoterically in two ways. One way was to show that all matter is
    • shown that it is untrue to say that everywhere in space where matter
    • realm of the esoteric. We will then conclude our study by showing how
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • In these lectures, Steiner shows how the Mystery of Golgotha can
    • rituals — this is shown in my
    • over his feet. This can be felt for weeks: it shows how deeply imbued
    • fulfilled in the future; the balancing of your actions is shown to
    • We have shown in
    • devotes a special chapter to showing the connection between
    • by the Bodhisattva. The change never shows itself in youth. The
    • Good. This also will not show itself in his youth, but approximately
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ and the Opposing Spiritual Powers. Lucifer, Ahriman, Asuras.
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    • my book Theosophy. There it is shown that the following members of
  • Title: Lecture: (On) Apocalyptic Writings - I
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    • the airships in Atlantis described by Scott-Elliott. This shows us
    • I wished only to show how events of world importance are touched upon
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    • “Come up hither and I will show thee things which must be
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • the invitation to give this course of lectures. I shall try to show
    • and taught in the same way, and I merely mention this to show you
    • teacher of boys. This shows us at once that in ancient Greece education
    • conception shows that man is fundamentally predisposed to view both
    • endeavour to show you how from this point we are led over to the spiritual
    • than criticism, for as the following lectures will show, the
    • shown how man must regain a knowledge that passes by way of art to
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    • shows us that the universal view was: body, soul, and spirit are one.
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    • things, and, indeed, even takes pride in showing that it places no
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • in the sense in which I showed that music proceeded from it, was
    • education ought to be is given him but he is shown how to find a heap
    • this civilization shows him that all he can build up is a skeleton.
    • me show you the connection between the spirit and a process which the
    • truly spiritual understanding of the human being shows us something
    • — only it shows itself in the strongest form in the head. The
    • thinking has brought on a headache), a true knowledge shows us that
    • shown you by this example of the teeth — which may perhaps seem
    • before all else show how we can cross it. All we know of man to-day
    • to have shown how thinking emancipates itself from organic activity
    • until the fourteenth or fifteenth year; to have shown how this gives
    • ‘imagination;’ to have shown also how that which finds
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • yesterday's lecture I tried to show how thinking and feeling become
    • the human being. To-day I want to show how the will in the being of
    • nature of man, as we showed yesterday with regard to thinking and
    • feeling and as we have just tried to show with regard to the will. We
    • beautiful document of Greek culture. This marvellous Gospel shows,
    • show people, at any rate on the stage if not in ordinary life, that
    • which is to show that one ought not to work through the
    • Locke and Comenius. They show us what is living in the whole of
    • humanity; they show us how the mood which finds expression to-day as
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    • beautiful doll. For, as I will now show you, such toys really amount
    • make a doll out of a handkerchief, for instance, showing a head at
    • an example to show you that the child possesses a wonderful plastic power
    • ideas show that our civilization does not know how to approach the child.
    • [Dr. Steiner here showed a doll made by pupils of
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • must therefore be widened by knowledge, for all this will show you that a
    • shows us that we must conceive of this co-operation of spirit and
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • lectures I have shown that when the child reaches the usual school age
    • put before you and to show how this method appeals directly to the
    • few characteristic examples to show how writing can be derived from the
    • to the forces of the sun and, as I shall presently show, to other
    • always begin by showing how it is related to the earth and to the sun.
    • example I wished, however, to show you how necessary it is to develop
    • show the child something further. Here (drawing on the blackboard) is the
    • child, we show him how the wood decays, becoming more and more earthy
    • should first of all be shown how the lifeless mineral is a residue of life,
    • speaking, merely of a sheath surrounding the protoplasm. We show the
    • the higher animals shows at once how one-sided is its development in
    • One can show
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    • nor of what happens in the end. We are taught to count by being shown an
    • apple just as well to show what I shall now show with a line.
    • describing one epoch after another and showing how the first is the
    • This will show
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    • This will show you why at the Waldorf School we make use of the two
    • Father-Principle. We must show the child how divinity is immanent in
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • is showing signs of restlessness and peevishness. We must be able to
    • Madonna” at the right age, not only showing the definite
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture I
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    • aspect of body, soul and spirit. But they also show how the teacher must
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • Spiritual science, studied anthroposophically, shows us clearly
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    • aspect of body, soul and spirit. But they also show how the teacher must
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • introductory lecture, when I tried to show how
    • knowledge of the whole human being. I showed how anthroposophy,
    • its effect will be shown in the blossom or the fruit, so it is
    • foundations, on the basis of which I shall proceed to show how
    • know them in such a way that knowledge of man is shown to be
    • indirect approach, I hope to show how a knowledge of man is
    • black, or rather dark blue. This shows how extraordinarily
    • physical illness. This shows that his bodily health was
    • Schiller is placed into a situation in life which shows a
    • spite of this a strong personality is shown in the way he holds
    • bears within him. Here we have something which shows the true
    • attack will only show its results in the following earthly
    • These showed themselves through the fact that this personality
    • stuttered showed that not everything in the region of his head
    • showed that not everything was in order in the head system) he
    • these examples before you my sole purpose was to show how
    • show that up to the change of teeth the child is a completely
    • balance. The secret of the human head is shown very clearly in
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    • aspect of body, soul and spirit. But they also show how the teacher must
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • stand in front of him and show him how to do it that he is able
    • show the little child what we want him to do, so we must be the
    • when he wants to show he has the feeling: “Something has
    • I let the child say Wave (W-a-v-e) showing him at the same time
    • this show clearly how far our civilisation is from being able
    • one example which shows how something very wonderful
    • which are somewhat more developed, but showing exactly
    • remained on into a later one, unless such a condition shows
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    • aspect of body, soul and spirit. But they also show how the teacher must
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • pictorial way and I showed how the forms of the letters must be
    • shown today in other branches of science. A substance showing a
    • it in words, nevertheless shows in his whole behaviour that he
    • again be brought to life. And, after having shown the child how
    • supposed to do this; the child is to be shown what is visual
    • Because of this I wanted to show today how everything depends
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    • aspect of body, soul and spirit. But they also show how the teacher must
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • or can show a deceptive talent which is transient and
    • shows signs of hardening, of stiffening, so that the child is
    • myself took him around for days on end. He showed great
    • example in order to show how necessary it is in education to
    • see things all round, as a whole. It also shows how under
    • example will show: There was an occasion when certain pupils
    • the examination for teachers, in which he is supposed to show
    • purely human attitude shows me that his individuality is
    • attitude showed the greatest possible insight and they agreed
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    • aspect of body, soul and spirit. But they also show how the teacher must
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • nothing much of, but if, after a parents' evening, he shows a
    • It shows itself in the child as an inner restlessness; he asks
    • show how these things affect each other — It is indicated
    • following took place. There was the wish to show to a public
    • eurythmy lessons and a performance showing eurythmy as an art
    • was held showing how children begin to daub with colours! Just
    • outer world shows gratitude for what he receives from this
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    • aspect of body, soul and spirit. But they also show how the teacher must
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • paler. I see this increasing pallor. It shows itself in the
    • method of grouping has great advantages. Experience shows that
    • discover the direction to which it tends, and then shows
    • start, showing great interest in everything, but whose interest
    • is possible to go into more detail and say: A child shows a
    • particular child shows that he has been getting too many
    • potatoes; it is shown by the fact that his memory does not
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    • aspect of body, soul and spirit. But they also show how the teacher must
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • examples have already shown you, the conception of the world
    • whole picture in this way the child will show the greatest
    • must, however, be worked out in such a way as to show its
    • hundred years. We can show these 3 or 4 generations by
    • child. So you see, I divide the pile, first showing the child
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    • aspect of body, soul and spirit. But they also show how the teacher must
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • Dada. The Dada shows the way: through his personality he
    • is the one who shows everything, who teaches absolutely
    • following example can also show us the world-wide significance
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    • aspect of body, soul and spirit. But they also show how the teacher must
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • indicated which may serve to show how anthroposophy goes hand
    • there was very little to show up to this time. My little book,
    • shows clearly how difficult it is today for an
    • use of every possible art of speech in order to show how in the
    • showing to some small extent that anthroposophy is in no way
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • ‘fish.’ We now try to show the child that he must only begin
    • showing its original source, we compass the whole being and
    • are unable to show in their original setting for lack of time.
    • written down, and show the other letter-shapes which we have
    • that, but we show him original forms in drawing; we show him
    • show him what a circle is, what a spiral is. We then start with
    • show him the process, too, and it is a good thing to bring such
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture II: On Language - the Oneness of man with the Universe
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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture III: On the Plastically Formative Arts, Music, and Poetry
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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IV: The First School-lesson - Manual Skill, Drawing and Painting - the Beginnings of Language-teaching
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    • from memory. But the second time, as before, you yourself show
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture V: Writing and Reading - Spelling
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    • will first try to show you by a few examples how this can be
    • example I will show you from a word where the process is
    • Egyptians saw that the sound M could be best shown by watching
    • then, to show that it is dawning?” Then, again, a child
    • relation to Novalis is shown up in a thoroughly trivial light
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • strange way. Tests are made on them to show how they can
    • those showing a rapid or a slow assimilation, and those showing
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VII: The Teaching in the Ninth Year - Natural History - the Animal Kingdom
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    • the same time show the child that when the mouse is climbing or
    • show the child: that the cuttle-fish expresses itself less
    • that with its limbs it can serve its body. For instance, show
    • things of the soul, for which he would have shown little
    • with outer than inner nature, far too little attention is shown
    • of stories, now that he is past nine years of age you can show
    • interest in piano lessons when he was shown the function of the
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    • showed in the last lecture, from the cuttle-fish, the mouse or
    • historical forces. I showed you in an illustration how the sway
    • respond. That is, you must have already shown the child the
    • showing him a lens, explaining the focus, and showing how
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture X: Arranging the Lesson up to the Fourteenth Year
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    • history. That is, we show how the different peoples have
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XI: On the Teaching of Geography
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    • on the land or look down to it from the air; that is, we show
    • immediately familiar to him. We try to show him how rivers flow
    • of all we go as far as to show how man, by his labour,
    • canals, that he builds railways for himself. Then we show how
    • you show him — here the teaching of mineralogy springs
    • the mountains lying between, show him a piece of granite, or
    • you perhaps explain to him from a regional map showing the
    • now you begin to show the child how people establish
    • natural aspects, the constitution of the soil, and show at this
    • a rich soil. You show the internal composition of the soil
    • relations. Make these clear to him. Prefer to show him many
    • the earth at this time. It is, however, important to show
    • Mediterranean Sea. You show the sea by a blue surface. Then
    • then show in your drawing how, towards the west, there lies a
    • the beginning, when showing the child the connection
    • have shown you how to teach geography you should get a correct
    • you have shown the child in geography the difference between
    • limestone mountains and primary mountains. You show him the
    • You show him how they contain different minerals, how one of
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    • satisfaction that human nature shows of being itself worried
    • if you avoid showing him in his last years at the school the
    • any way because you feel disinclined to show sympathy for the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIII: On Drawing up the Time-table
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    • year at school, fall short of the learning shown by the
    • happen that our children were required to show in some way, let
    • should show. That is why when, in these days, our youth itself
    • and fewer. We show him, by telling stories and having them
    • should be distinguished from an adjective by showing the child
    • attributes.” In this way we first show the child the
    • a picture, but I show how it develops. I let him see it in a
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
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    • of the nature of the child will show us that he has not yet learnt to
    • shower when we have no umbrella. This distinction must not be
    • not made — that we take ridicule like a good shower of rain. If
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    • environment from the human being. I can show you the causes of this
    • which, however, usually show how far one is from a real comprehension
    • in the senses. But our lower sense organism, which clearly shows its
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    • different sides showing for example how men have gradually come to
    • extracts, for which I had first shown you the preparation; this
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    • of man shows its bodily nature in one direction, that is, towards the
    • shown.) Thus the breast has its centre far away. Now where is the
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    • organisation shows the longest earthly evolution behind it, so that it
    • say that plants can really breathe shows a superficial observation,
    • relationship to surrounding nature that not only (as we have shown on
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    • the uppermost part of the head we get those sounds which clearly show
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    • The vowels show soul content.
    • — the gesture shows the child's need to reach out to its mother
    • Mind is the reflected image of the spirit. Mind can show what spirit
    • shows these concave forms?” No-one would say such a thing. Any
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    • of light when the eye lets the light show through it — so it is
    • thing as this can show us that to educate rightly we must not merely
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    • child shows a certain degree of fatigue in the period between its
    • experiments on fatigue show where we have gone wrong, where we have
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    • “fish,” for instance, and while doing so, show him the form
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    • moment I wished to show more by one or two examples how early
    • shown an exercise book containing the results of the latest
    • after he had shown up merely a hole rubbed in his exercise book, he
    • word — should be conducted. If we start by showing a child a
    • show him an animal with hair growing upon it, and not produce a hair
    • and after that show him how plants live and grow upon the earth.
    • show it to him in simple pictures — when we study the lion we
    • being are the chest organs, the heart organ. The cow shows a one-sided
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    • give him pictures of the plant kingdom which shows the plants in
    • the child himself shows him what needs to be done with it. The child
    • child. Only when you show the child that his anger is a mere object,
    • him, which requires a show of great choler and much pantomime, so that
    • Now this shows you indeed that the art of education is a thing that
    • Such a thing as this shows how enormously important it is to compose
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    • colour. (showing paintings by Dornach children). This is done by the
    • the Waldorf School which shows the attempt to express colour
    • bottom must show an upward tendency away from the bottom. Hence one
    • I cannot show you everything in the course of this lecture, but I
    • books composed by Herr Baumann which will show you the kind of songs
    • as is shown here. You see the children have charming ideas: (apes);
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    • Anthroposophy it shows he has no understanding either of Waldorf
    • where it can show as pure blue), — this represents the feeling
    • third colour. (Showing figure) You see here the muscles on the left of
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    • The boy of 13 or 14 begins to show a nature hitherto unrevealed, and
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    • instinctively. Our need to talk so much about education shows how
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    • shows through the outward movement and the position of the movement
    • can wiggle their ears and so on, they can show very clearly how the
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    • through judging eurythmically. Mrs. Baumann will show us the movement
    • today occur by way of the etheric body and can, therefore, never show
    • just shown you simultaneous with a decided B movement, now rest, B while
    • of will, hope, love, what we have shown in respect to certain organic
    • the beneficial effects just described to show themselves would be about
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    • diagram, and the one shown on page 81.)
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    • within the poetry becomes eurythmy, as I showed you yesterday —
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    • however, easily be shown that the art of sculpture, which reached its
    • actual gesture in the air. Modern poetry, however, shows very clearly
    • picture which expresses the assertion of self and shows how this
    • also be shown by the direction of the glance of the eye; but because
    • none at all; but it cannot be said that such a standpoint shows any
    • intellectual expression of the soul-life, as this is shown through the
    • intended to show where the Eurythmist, in carrying out the particular
    • can be shown in any part of the body. It may have to be felt in the
    • shown by the Eurythmist in the way in which he or she carries out the
    • beautiful, shows a lack of true artistic judgment. The outward
    • comparison with Eurythmy, the other forms of gymnastics have shown
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    • in him — his urine will show that he has had it in his diet. So now
    • it happened with these two that the man's urine showed no sign of the
    • It is important, as I have tried to show you, to know these things
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    • fever. That shows that your hay fever — of course it is not pleasant
    • different situation. The sugar illness, diabetes, shows that a person
    • should give him the things for which he shows an instinctive liking.
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    • man learns to enter shows itself to him at first only partially, but
    • other St. John. Both paintings show the same face; evidently the same
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    • cited — show that what appears outwardly incomprehensible must
    • during the Fifth epoch, will show little inclination to be actively
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    • The psychoanalysts say: “Such and such a man shows signs of
    • The very way in which we have spoken in these lectures will show you
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    • present course of lectures will show, although the Gospel of St. John
    • shows us that at the time when it was composed a man was living who
    • Luke; and this course of lectures will show how the Imaginative
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    • be, first to show how the separate currents of truth have developed
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    • heard, spiritual research shows how the Buddhistic world-conception, with
    • in the ‘Eightfold Path’ he showed humanity the way to a kind of
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    • Hence for Joseph he shows a lineage reaching back to Adam who issued
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    • showed that behind the human sense-organs stand the Creators of man;
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    • This example again shows us that the Gospels must be taken literally.
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    • able to show how wisdom in the world's evolution created the two
    • shown with what power the Ego worked upon those who were living at
    • order to show that with Christ there came into the world an Ego which
    • shows that by the power of his Individuality, effects were produced not
    • perceive that what is here being shown is that this Individuality had
    • be shown that Christ Jesus has power over the physical body. Here we
    • Christ Jesus shows
    • Thus we are shown
    • to descriptions of the healings, wished to show how the healing
    • level in the evolutionary process; and he shows how Christ worked
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    • (Cp. When ye see a cloud rise out of the west, straightway ye say, There cometh a shower; and so it is. \
    • utterly ruined; I will do something to show that I wish them well.
    • they are not, as I will show you in still greater detail.
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    • related by the writer of the Gospel of St. John. He shows us how, in
    • namely, Ego-consciousness. He shows — it is only a matter of
    • only the very fringe but which will show you what depths spiritual
    • Christ wished to show that because of the new element now present in
    • but it was also to be shown that the disciples were not able, at the
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    • The dedication shows clearly that this was intended to be a major project.
    • And before I had even become a member, or indeed shown
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    • anatomically and physiologically, but it can be shown spiritually.
    • show that Thomas Aquinas had been a thorough monist. It was wrong to
    • These examples show you how contemporary attitudes have affected
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    • gather together in learned circles they have to show their cultural
    • it has to be in a side-room because anything else shows a lack of
    • we were shown into something not unlike a stable. I lectured in a
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    • then to show how the various forces which were active in the
    • shows that this was an accurate assumption.
    • showed that time has to be seen as moving backwards, and I described
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    • them. People who say that simply show that they are deeply unaware of
    • active in the vanguard of a movement they have to show commitment of
    • a much higher order. It means that they are obliged to show greater
    • who walks among visible people and towards whom we must show the
    • people showed that they wanted something quite different from
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    • similar ideas on a higher level could be applied. I tried to show in my
    • he wished to show how a spiritual
    • It had to be shown where the divine is located in human beings,
    • individual had to be shown to reside in that divine element with
    • Nietzsche therefore wished to write a second book, in which he showed
    • premises, and then showing that they had to be understood as leading
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    • consciousness; we see nothing by night. This is shown by the
    • picture. The tooth becomes a ‘white post’ that shows
    • One begins to see the world in a different light and this is shown
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    • astral plane. Then I tried to show how the plant-cover appears in its
    • faculty alone, but to enlighten the whole man and show his total
    • surprised that I showed so little interest after they had been at
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    • and so forth. And I have shown how they modify, in the first
    • could still be known in their day, shows how much the paths of
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    • show real enthusiasm for the task. Inner lethargy, inner indifference
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    • shows wide differentiations, notable differences of spiritual
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    • show you by means of a simple example in what direction such
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    • very easy to show the difference between the Initiate and the man
    • laboratory and I will make experiments with him to show whether he is
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    • instance which shows how what lies in the subliminal consciousness
    • innumerable theories showing that there are definite boundaries to
    • a way that the various aspects are shown to support each other. And
    • But his posthumous Symphony shows that he could not escape
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    • consciousness; we see nothing by night. This is shown by the
    • picture. The tooth becomes a ‘white post’ that shows
    • One begins to see the world in a different light and this is shown
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    • astral plane. Then I tried to show how the plant-cover appears in its
    • faculty alone, but to enlighten the whole man and show his total
    • surprised that I showed so little interest after they had been at
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    • and so forth. And I have shown how they modify, in the first
    • could still be known in their day, shows how much the paths of
    • man's reach, but also show how these states have been transformed in
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    • attempted to show how man can develop states of consciousness other
    • his conditions of consciousness. Having shown man's relationship to
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    • show real enthusiasm for the task. Inner lethargy, inner indifference
    • will show you the deeper aspects of man's being and the significant
    • perception of the spiritual world. I have shown how his relationship
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    • shows wide differentiations, notable differences of spiritual
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    • aura. He showed the left side of the body under normal conditions of
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    • blackboard). I have already shown how the Moon and Mercury
    • show you by means of a simple example in what direction such
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    • very easy to show the difference between the Initiate and the man
    • laboratory and I will make experiments with him to show whether he is
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    • statistical evidence to show that the rainfall over a particular area
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    • instance which shows how what lies in the subliminal consciousness
    • innumerable theories showing that there are definite boundaries to
    • a way that the various aspects are shown to support each other. And
    • But his posthumous Symphony shows that he could not escape
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    • here I gave a very clear if trivial example showing in what way
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    • spatial pictures; but these do not show its essential nature,
    • to show here what is involved even in a movement as simple as
    • and minor melodies will show that things are deeply rooted in
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    • of Olaf Åsteson shows us. Humanity in the materialistic
    • such weighty matters, can go to show that if they are taken
    • abstracto that everyone can be equal, and can show that
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    • already had various indications showing that an understanding
    • building we have just made the attempt to show at least a
    • to show in artistic form what it is like for the soul, when
    • this sort shows us that judgment can very often be wrong, for
    • impulses are always there. But I just wanted to show you that
    • to show you with this example is that, in observing the
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    • times than the solving of riddles, they show how awakening
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    • ‘You see the sunrise . . . .’ and then, showing
    • abstract way about it, but show in the architecture of the
    • doubt that in our epoch humanity shows a quality of old age;
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    • arise out of love show something quite different from deeds
    • just wanted to show you, to begin with, what significance
    • movement. This, you will understand, is said only to show you
    • things go to show that we should look at ourselves and see if
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    • have only been able to show you the roughest principles, I
    • concerned with showing you the principle of this building and
    • cite this to show you in what way real artistic creativity,
    • what you are being shown here and following the process with
    • This shows us
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    • does not show at first sight what it actually is.
    • early, and a little experiment is made to show that everything really
    • That is also shown by the research of spiritual science
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    • showed up inside your head — then instead of hair you would
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    • not everywhere. And one can show in the following way why it is not
    • the lowest — that the strata show it. But can you imagine,
    • of the earth does in fact show us that in past ages when neither man
    • world show that carbon and oxygen have not always had the role they
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    • I would now like to speak of something that will show
    • region of Siberia. Siberia shows through all its plant growth and so
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    • detail; I mean only to show the way the Chinese language is built
    • We have to do it that way. We have to show light and shade and also
    • Hence they had certain expressions showing that they took part in the
    • wanted to teach someone, they showed him how to withdraw into his
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    • is, of course, converted in him — his urine will show that he
    • man's urine showed no sign of the protein being present in his body.
    • It is important, as I have tried to show you, to know
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    • shows that your hay fever — of course it is not pleasant to
    • shows that a person has lost his instinct for nutrition.
    • instinct is spoilt. One should give him the things for which he shows
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    • sometimes it shows the trend of people's thinking in a remarkable
    • but it shows what some people are fancying: they would like to use
    • telegraph but telephone — I will show you in the simplest
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    • as well, of the world of taste. And you see, this shows us that man's
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    • certain insects shows us the kind of influence that Mars exercises
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    • shown such irregularities through the years, particularly recent
    • shows clearly that one can speak of the earth coming to an end.
    • to come out of the clouds — which are all moisture! This shows
    • All this shows you that warmth is differently
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    • shown that the fiery mountains were once here, but are now extinct.
    • paste or the glue evenly. As to the earth, at the places I've shown
    • Carpathians and Alps, we can show from the form of the mountains that
    • You see, it can always be shown that when things like
    • words. But the whole thing smelled of show business. Falb knew quite
    • stars, and the consequence is that those lines showing active
    • But this is not true of the earth. You can always show where the
    • peninsulas on the coast, the guides always delight in showing one the
    • That is true. Real science shows us something that I have always
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    • showed that when the comet would be passing the earth it would still
    • would not just have been a matter of meteor showers but it would have
    • course of events it would have appeared, there are always showers of
    • But now I want to show you the other side of this
    • from nervous illnesses. This shows you that those wise doctors in the
    • will go on just the same. All that comet business shows that it
    • but they were based upon an erroneous science. I will show you in
    • Spiritual science will show you what nutritive value
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    • as spiritual science, or anthroposophy, shows — if a human
    • different influence. If, for example, it can be shown that Mars has
    • can also be shown that all the stars have an influence upon man's
    • Well, a real investigation of the human body shows that
    • restored in sleep. So waking and sleeping show us that while we are
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    • present-day life, and will show how in the past this Spiritual Science
    • the human reason. In the same way a study of human evolution will show that
    • period I described earlier. This same Spiritual Science also shows us that
    • unexplored. Spiritual Science is therefore able to show, as we shall see,
    • sank into a person's soul, secrets of human nature were shown to him. When he
    • which show, for example, the interconnections between the planets, together
    • show that we can penetrate into a spiritual world; that just as the eye
    • possible — as we shall show in later lectures — that, given good
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    • different. Life shows us that a person who is unable to flare up with anger
    • wisdom of the world and shows itself in the righting of wrongs the
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    • find guidelines which show how it is that men who are all seeking truth,
    • the tree? It shows the tree from one side only, not the whole reality of the
    • everyday life has shown us, that if a man fails to realise how much his
    • goal. This is shown by the fact that truth, in the sense intended here, is
    • that he had thought it out correctly. He has to show that the clock does what
    • thought. It can be proven only by showing how it applies to life and is
    • brief, the figure of Epimetheus shows us reflective thinking in its most
    • to show how from the depths of his soul the truth gained by his creative
    • the stream of life's creative power. In Phileros we are shown the power of
    • magnificently shown what mere reflective thinking involves. This is connected
    • in shaping it. He can only hope that things will happen. Goethe shows his
    • Goethe goes on to say shows how deeply he had penetrated into the effects of
    • consequences of these extremes, we are shown finally the one and only remedy
    • soul absorbed in creative activity is shown by what Prometheus says in the
    • shown in a wonderful way how Phileros is rescued on the surging flood and
    • offers a solution rich in promise, by showing how knowledge gained from
    • will find satisfaction. Goethe wished to show that an understanding of the
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    • simple consideration will show that in fact this is what feeling does. Anyone
    • comes in. Unprejudiced observation, accordingly, shows that it must be
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    • passage shows clearly how unhappy Faust feels in that period under the
    • the being of man. We must show how the harmonious or disharmonious play of
    • and death. This development is evident when in later years a man shows
    • the following consideration clearly shows. Between 1770 and 1815 certain
    • Science shows how this transformation comes about. It is possible only
    • clairvoyance they were well known. An example will show how a poet once
    • case the faculty of decision — he must show how these experiences have
    • crude example, but it shows how transformation can be frustrated; in such
    • earnestly striving for truth, shows how difficult the path to truth really
    • said that here we are shown how the priest, Laocoon, whose every limb
    • the Ego is absent. The Laocoon group shows us, in external bodily terms, how
    • to impress the fruits of its work on the physical body, will show you how
    • encounter a quite individual method of presentation which shows that Rotteck,
    • great, beautiful ideals. Rotteck is always at pains to show how we can be
    • body, with its innate pre-dispositions. Nevertheless, observation shows that
    • showing how the working of the Ego has penetrated right into his external
    • shown how successive characteristics are imprinted on successive peoples.
    • We can see how this comes to expression in the contours of the skull, showing
    • I contemplate this piece of matter, its noble forms show me how previous
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    • consideration shows that it is not irrational for Spiritual Science to
    • As may be shown
    • Kant tried to upset a certain concept of God by showing that there is no
    • illustrate this, and will also show how an incorrect use of the term can have
    • shown how true asceticism can never be an end in itself, but only a means of
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    • more, is to show how the relevant characteristic originates in the human
    • consideration will show us how precarious our position is if we think only of
    • shows itself in all realms of existence.
    • mood shows that he is referring here to the artist only as a specialised
    • appeal to truth when we show that to be in harmony with the great world can
    • beautiful in our surroundings, and by showing interest and understanding for
    • are shown how he wants to develop his own Self to the highest degree and with
    • experiences, so as to show how life works upon this individuality in order to
    • intention, accordingly, is to show
    • and they show clearly that Goethe had the nature of egoism at the back of
    • “the darling” — we are shown a human being who lives just
    • you will find in his counterpart, Mignon. The impulse that shows itself in
    • show, one might say, the nature of egoism at its highest point. This
    • higher stage. He was to be shown that a man cannot do enough to develop in
    • wishes to show that a man can take the surrounding world just as it is; he
    • we are shown that behind Wilhelm Meister there is something
    • something quite different was involved. He wished to show that Wilhelm
    • In his prime, out of his life-experience, he had wanted to show a
    • to ever higher levels and become the peak of existence. We are shown in a
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    • in all this is to lead the eye away from the physical world. He wants to show
    • in order to show how only its effects pass over into the next life on
    • Goethe's words — which could show him how the outer world is to be seen
    • something different and find release in Buddhism. And Buddhism does show in a
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    • it now, is to show that what we are dealing with this winter as a science of
    • Fechner tried to show that the life of
    • also used a method of analogies in order to show, for example, that all the
    • of in his endeavours to show that plants are ensouled; for in Schleiden's
    • frequency of rainfall were in many cases shown to be greater with a waxing
    • shows very well how wrong it is to accept the increasingly common assertion
    • observation will show how unnecessary this conclusion is. There was a time
    • have drawn on the history of thought to show how the moon and its influence
    • springs which show an indubitable ebb and flow; in some cases the well ebbs
    • these extensive studies was to show that the level of barometric pressure at
    • to show that in the earth itself lay the causes of the rise and fall of the
    • which bind him to his native soil; but a comprehensive view shows that a
    • the etheric body shows itself to be dependent in its activity on the seasons
    • give two examples to show what I mean.
    • the clock follows a 24-hour rhythm, the time it shows is its own, not
    • course of the moon shows a similar rhythm because man has retained the rhythm
    • this way to regard the earth as a living being, but since it shows us only
    • how we should take what Spiritual Science has to say, as shown in our
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    • “bim-bam” theory. A more detailed examination would show that
    • sound, what surrounds us as air is not merely the substance as shown by
    • not unjustified. They are only intended to show how a spiritual-scientific
    • view of language can be provoked which fundamentally shows that language
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    • draw on many examples to show that eminent men have by no means regarded
    • transform body and soul. During its early days, the child shows only its
    • show their teeth in a grin but they never smile. Herein lies a deep truth
    • child makes itself evident above the animal level, the more does it show its
    • the breathing process is shown as an expression of true ego-hood and brought
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    • penetrate into their inwardness, for they show us only their outer sides.
    • world: we cannot say that they show us only their outer side, for we are
    • ourselves to the inner light, they show themselves to us in their true being,
    • history of human development shows it to be
    • into this today, but a deeper study of spiritual development would show that
    • simple example will show why the soul-experiences of mystics differ: after
    • are developed will show you how pluralism and mysticism are transcended along
    • shows us the plant sap in all its purity, and yet at a higher stage than it
    • can show what man becomes when he has mastered everything that might drag him
    • and again, he will finally attain to Imagination, which shows him that in the
    • inner experience and has no subjective colouring, and yet shows by its
    • show that to read a saying such as this one by Angelus Silesius is not
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    • the future? Whenever the soul experiences fear or anxiety, it shows by the
    • Closer observation shows that the impressions left on us by past experiences,
    • shows us clearly how very much more there is in us than we have put to use;
    • on the other hand it leads us to look towards the future and shows us how
    • shows that in everything we encounter in the outer world there is always a
    • account of its contents showing that its seven petitions embrace all the
    • have this power. The depth of wisdom in a prayer is shown by its
    • to keep him in our own souls, we show that an unhealthy egotism has crept
    • hymns, which are not far removed from prayer, and even pictorial art shows
    • mystical thoughts — as shown for example in “The Cherubinean
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    • to the outside world. This can be shown in a very dramatic
    • will be no more eruptions. This is shown by the laws which we have recognised
    • and it can be of benefit to us in the next life. But spiritual science shows
    • appears in this context is well suited to showing us how the world in the
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    • showed that the soul is by no means a chaotic flux of concepts, feelings and
    • have shown that the soul can go further in development — must indeed go
    • One man will show in life that he has the potential for raising his soul to a
    • — something which shows very clearly that only an intimate knowledge of
    • example, the facts show that a man alone is a quite different being from what
    • sustain it. If we were merely to show someone how he can acquire the strength
    • Observation will indeed show how in marriage the handwriting of a negative
    • depths. Close observation shows again and again how a relatively stupid
    • qualities and will not even need to think. Or he might be shown a series of
    • together, without embellishment, a number of facts and examples which show
    • philosopher's definition of tragedy shows us how art is an element in
    • show, if there were time, how there have been positive and negative epochs
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    • Mission of Art”, which will try to show the thoroughly healthy side of
    • distinguish an outer and an inner human being. We have shown in numerous
    • in ordinary science. We have shown how what remains in bed of the sleeping
    • shown that we have to distinguish individual members within the outer and the
    • the outer human being which can show us how man's normal soul-life may
    • takes place under the full control of the consciousness shows what is present
    • physical heredity, but shows that the spiritual element is active in
    • This shows us that
    • this also shows us that we will not always manage to overcome them by an
    • experiences, such a person will be able to show only weak opposition to the
    • This shows us that
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    • lecture showed that what he meant by this statement — we need not now
    • philosophers will show that in earlier times even the best of them thought of
    • sense-world are to be found. And it has repeatedly been shown — for
    • to admit that our bodily structure is far wiser than anything we can show in
    • evil deed? They were pictures whereby the spiritual powers around him showed
    • raise him up and, by showing him the effect of his deed, to enable him to
    • clairvoyant consciousness as a healing influence, showing him what he had to
    • cosmic Spirit which had formerly shown to man through clairvoyant vision the
    • that can show how external facts confirm the statements here derived from
    • Aeschylus shows us
    • Orestes of this deed? Aeschylus shows how the burden of matricide calls forth
    • powerfully shown how the old clairvoyance awakens in Orestes and how the
    • great poet could only show how bad deeds rose up before the human soul in
    • spiritual science alone can show this in its true light — that in
    • also in ancient times; the pictures showing the effects of a man's
    • can be shown in human development. In ancient Greece it had already advanced
    • had not shown once and for all that God can be discerned in our inner life,
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    • Orestes, and we are shown that it gains the upper hand. The verdict goes
    • of the ancient clairvoyance. With Dante it is quite different. He shows us
    • against intemperance and greed, and Dante shows how this shadow-side of the
    • she-wolf. We are then shown how the shadow-side of the intellectual soul,
    • the world of the senses. After Dante has shown how he guards against the
    • show that on this point we are concerned not with mere opinions but with
    • experiences described by Dante are those of one person; Shakespeare shows us
    • Goethe shows that he has
    • And so, as Goethe shows us, the power of man's spirit
    • evolution, and to show that art is not as separate from man's sense of
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    • gift for scholarly learning, nor did he show interest in it up
    • until his twelfth year. On the other hand, he showed to a high
    • all human happiness and suffering. He showed himself to be
    • in his twelfth year had already shown that he possessed an
    • Zarathustra. It was shown that an enormous force of inner
    • The Akasha record shows this, just as I am describing
    • stepmother previously had shown little understanding for him,
    • now she showed more understanding for the great pain he bore
    • Essenes. The Akasha Record shows this clearly. But from what I
    • They seemed like eyes showing an expression of reproach for the
    • people spoken to. They were eyes through which showed gentle
    • Essenes answered: “Didn't we show the tempter the door?
    • “When you showed him the door he ran to other people. He
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    • Shown there is how through a gradual ascension of the seer's
    • Perhaps what I have said will serve to show
    • describes. They said to him: “Show all your fearlessness,
    • your strength, show what you can do as a man by throwing
    • to show your power.” But now Jesus could not give a
    • during such a darkening, all living things are shown to him
    • earth, the earthquake and the powerful whirlwind show at one
    • Regardless of the fact that people nowadays show so little
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    • will show you this as simply as possible: when we paint a ball, for
    • external to him. Hence he had certain expressions showing that he
    • they showed him how to withdraw into his inner depths; he had
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    • things we know very little about. For example, from what I have shown
    • it shows the trend of man's thinking. During our recent travels in
    • may not be actual fact — as yet, but it shows what many people
    • show you in the simplest way what happens.
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    • shows you how closely the Queen remains related to the Sun. When
    • of the bones shows it very well. Thus, the blood has the same forces
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    • Kühn show so plainly how thoughtlessly experiments are
    • shows an activity. But very much the same thing happens if one
    • bees — and vice versa. This only shows how thoughtlessly these
    • hive when the new Queen shows herself and appears to the bees like a
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    • have a boy aged 11. He shows a rise from 50% to 74%. Then a girl aged 11,
    • then gives the increase in weight also, which shows that the children
    • show that children of these ages, let us say roughly, the school-age, derive
    • effects of honey-treatments really rest. You see, these experiments show
    • us something; they show that the effect of honey is an especially strong
    • one, and that further experiments will increasingly show this, not in
    • change of teeth, or with those who are well beyond it. This is shown
    • you remember Herr Müller showing them to you — then they
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    • Experience has shown it to be a fact. Those who have had to do with
    • and show you a child fed on milk derived from a limey soil, and
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    • there; it shows itself, if only one follows the right path; one has
    • with their waxen combs really show us a kind of artistically formed tree-trunk
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    • in order that one can be stung afterwards. Rainbow colours show that
    • things all go to show how readily transformable these creatures are,
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    • wasp grubs show their intelligence by not biting into, or feeding
    • actually shows that every time the insects are developing their activities
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    • a kind of bee which does not work in this way, but shows, precisely in its
    • show mucus in the lungs. Those who got no help from it, will show
    • the first thing that I told you can show us this. The wood-bee which I
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    • things somewhat radically, just in order to show the exact
    • to show that the threefolding of the social organism is
    • certain free way in Greece, lived in Rome, and shows its last
    • usually come to be corrupted at the end, here something shows
    • appearance of the idea in outer form.” I showed then
    • does a photographer who, in order to show a tree, takes at
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    • and so on. In short, it is shown how Lessing's conception of
    • today tried to show you how the material first has to be
    • show you how the material may not be created out of some
    • step. Today I wanted more to show first of all in rough
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    • take hold at those points where it can be shown that a political
    • conditions, to show that equality must dwell in the individual person
    • talk about tails and clowns' costumes. But I would like to show how
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    • jot down mere catch-words. Experience shows that neither the
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    • examples will show that this changes entirely in the second half of the
    • All this goes to show that
    • This example shows us that
    • finally takes refuge in the Neoplatonic philosophy which plainly shows
    • ‘Name’ — as a study of Sanscrit will show
    • connections, for this will show us how events have shaped themselves
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    • I HAVE tried to show how about
    • appear as if we were trying to show too close a connection between two
    • Augustine is illuminating in this respect. It shows how differently
    • the organism it showed itself in clairvoyant dreams which passed by word
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    • and girls. In the development of a boy, it has been shown
    • up the subject of human freedom at a later time and show that
    • We have shown
    • this course of lectures. I wanted to show you that this
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    • into some detail to achieve our task of showing that
    • symmetry shows us if you can feel the symmetry. But you can
    • third dimension show itself in a distinct, conscious way?
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    • spoke of the spatial dimensions, I showed how what
    • mediumship, shows us a reduction of consciousness. It may
    • living, we can construct a model to show how light falls into
    • arrives at his results. And this can be shown in every
    • trained: then this, as experience has shown, is really due to
    • has shown small desire to hear what the spiritual
    • than those which have shown so clearly that they are of no
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    • Yesterday I tried to show how, by
    • presents itself to us in mirror images. It shows itself in
    • images, show through their content that they do not refer
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    • I have tried to show how it is possible to
    • different parts of the brain and showed how they are assigned
    • and so on. Then he tried to show how it might be possible,
    • extent that present empirical research permits) and shows
    • we can show that we travel through exactly one point
    • does show us that we can enter into the geometrical forms,
    • shows hardly any resemblance to what takes place in
    • unconscious. What shows itself most clearly when we reach
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    • here with any kind of psychopathic state show that they
    • imagination, fills with content. This content shows us that
    • consciousness, and such entities show us that a human being
    • altogether free before, as I have shown; now one is even less
    • only to show you some of the difficulties — how one is
    • nervous system and the inner mental life. I showed this
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    • showed how, when imaginative and inspired cognition work
    • with the world, as I showed yesterday. One can arrive at
    • can show in the context of the evolution of humanity the
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    • first and foremost, we would like to show, no matter how
    • intentions at work also, but these will have to be shown in
    • physical or super-sensible, shows that he himself is not
    • we proceed. Let it be shown in any instance that we have
    • we showed how the Waldorf School movement arose out of the
    • science can return again into life, and if life can show that
    • economic ideas which are intended to show that what is
    • striven to show you what we are doing and how we do it, and
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    • hand it was shown that such a world view would, for example, remain
    • accounting? Is it not possible that all such explanations show only
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    • the essential nature of consciousness. Yesterday we showed already what
    • the phenomena themselves. We have also had to show that at this point
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    • then climaxed in showing how reflection reveals that everything present
    • We were able to show how Goethe, in establishing his mode of phenomenology,
    • of sense-free thinking. These impulses show themselves to be free in
    • to the portal, as it were, beforehand, in order to show that the existence
    • the case I hope to show in the lectures yet to follow.
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    • the same time forward into the social future. I have shown that at the
    • On the other hand, I have shown you that if one wishes to come to an
    • did not become a scholar of the conventional sort is shown quite simply
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    • this world and feels also that he is outside the body. I have shown
    • self than has been the case in evolution heretofore is shown, again,
    • them from the point of view of medicine or psychiatry. It is shown above
    • all around and so forth. Such things emerge. These things show that
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    • actually desires to turn back the tide of human evolution or shows that
    • to show how the soul-spirit, which functions in the earliest years of
    • free in a sense with the change of teeth. We have shown how man then
    • — because these things are related — also shows itself in
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    • to show the methods employed by Eastern spirituality for approaching
    • thought, and perception of the ego. And I showed how it was initially
    • were strengthened further by repetition. And I showed how something
    • The very nature of the thing shows us that we cannot penetrate any deeper.
    • the book was meant as a schooling for the soul, to show what Western
    • not that of genuine Imagination and in that Hegel showed as well that
    • that is, to the level of nature's secrets ... it was shown that the
    • that, by revealing the way of the spirit, can show the real relationship
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    • would like to show how the constitution of the human being
    • the inner human being. This time I will try to show how the
    • the human being. I will try to show what these substances
    • really are that can be used as remedies, and to show how a
    • by spiritual science to be able to show that ideas deriving
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    • science's evasions regarding these matters that show us very
    • showed clear signs of healing processes, processes of bone
    • human beings, as I have shown. With animals, not having to
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    • the matter shows itself as follows: on earth there is a
    • the presence of parasites shows that there are deeper causes
    • say he shows an irregular rhythmic system. In all such
    • show us how seriously we must take the statement that only
    • regular, healthy digestion but who show symptoms of so-called
    • this point tomorrow and will first show the importance, the
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    • inadequately always shows that the astral body enters too
    • particularly important in cases that show some defect or
    • show you that we have what you could call pictures in what
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    • fungoid formations in diphtheria, and it will also show you
    • constituted so that even their form shows that they are
    • etheric body with it), shows us clearly that there is a
    • wanted to show you how outer phenomena in fact give us
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    • Nevertheless, the whole form of the blossom shows that the
    • whereas the statistics show a greater consumption of sugar
    • shows us even by its outer manifestation that it works
    • us look at this effect in an instance where the plant shows
    • powerful effect is also shown by the aromatic smell. In
    • the lungs surround the heart, showing us the archetypal form
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    • shows us, it is formed from outside towards the inside, and
    • into if one ascends in cognition. This will show you that it
    • connections show you exactly where you have to intervene with
    • sparkle and scintillate, which shows the soul and spirit
    • is hidden in a poem is eurythmized, as I showed you
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    • that you can once again show me that you have taken love for your
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    • event and the classes were to show each other what they had been working
    • learning, but I would also like you to show me that you have continued
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    • have given me this little symbol and that I can show you how to use
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    • white — which at the same time shows an inner relationship to
    • coal. Thus black shows itself to be foreign in life, hostile to life.
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    • difference in relation to colour. I have shown you how to use the
    • but it will just go to show how impossible it is, considering its real
    • blue. Then it shows itself in its very own nature.
    • show their surfaces outwards, they shine or glisten.
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    • merges into yellow. A superficial observation shows you what is at
    • see how coloured minerals, in different degrees, it is true, show this
    • further. It has not yet, for instance, shown the differentiation of
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    • And so I have tried in different places to show how the ideas of only
    • tried to show you how the summons is to be found everywhere really to
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    • life, and which shows the necessity of seeking everywhere
    • spiritual science has shown us how, for it does not look to
    • repeatedly endeavoured to show that modern culture aspires
    • to show how this is particularly true of philosophy. In the
    • wonderfully magical light. Homer is humorous enough to show
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    • shown how the different qualities of the soul are distributed
    • study will show that the new form into which the Oedipus
    • shows itself inwardly in human nature between the Ego and the
    • forward. The dome or cupola is to show how human beings, how
    • other voices which gladden us because they show that the
    • one experiences so much that is grievous. These words show
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    • a phenomenon which clearly shows that what must come out of
    • and Middle Europe can show us that without Spiritual Science
    • absurdum, the East shows us that progress is utterly
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    • subtlest materialism imaginable. Now let me show you the
    • connection with the acanthus leaf, and have shown to be
    • leaves something out and this very thing shows that the
    • taken out its surface shows all the forms which appear on the
    • interior. This shows how little our work has been understood.
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    • spoken of the Greek Temple and have shown how all its forms
    • show you that the motif on the capitals has its origin in a
    • to speak for a long time if I wanted to show that this is how
    • he plainly shows when he says that the relief is produced
    • a new birth in the disembodied state. The windows will show
    • pierce the walls, showing us how we find the path to the
    • showing us what our relation to the spiritual worlds must
    • together in the building at the top of the hill and show them
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    • will show you that in the sense of true, genuine art, the
    • colour. In such cases observation shows that the creatures
    • as soon as these creatures show themselves they are destroyed
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    • showing how he attempted to solve his great problems with
    • will at this point be incumbent on me to show to what extent
    • research, thus showing clearly that he had no conception
    • that of the imitation of Nature, which again shows that he
    • existence. And man's nature, at this stage, shows such
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    • to show that the threefolding of the social organism is
    • certain free way in Greece, lived in Rome, and shows its last
    • usually come to be corrupted at the end, here something shows
    • appearance of the idea in outer form.” I showed then
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    • show us the truth of the ancient oriental view that the
    • Our initial introduction to these circumstances showed us
    • able to advance far enough to show in the Mystery Dramas how
    • this are showing in the external events in the midst of which
    • applause you have said everything and clearly shown that we
    • work — she has shown that in this specialized field she
    • has already shown his mastery of a good many trials which
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    • Anthroposophical Society in a way which would show that this
    • passage shown here within quotation marks expresses the view
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    • not be said in general. This Paragraph shows how admissions
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    • Bemmelen has just said shows us that Holland is no exception
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    • brought the model to show you, my dear friends. But you must
    • It is built in a different material, but it shows that an
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    • shown how this astral body contains the impulse to breathe
    • such Rosicrucian teachers, the pupils were shown, usually
    • were shown that they must seek to link their own spirit with
    • possible on earth; by showing me that warmth is truly the
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    • we do not have time to go into more detail, I want to show
    • achieve a really integrated external impression. It will show
    • the people involved can get going and show what they can do.
    • believes that eurythmy can show the public a great deal of
    • future always shown to be intimately bound up with
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    • first show people eurythmy; if they hear nothing about
    • must show people how the medicines work in practice so that
    • our strength. And we shall see that if we show ourselves to
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    • irreparable loss of this vital means of showing what the
    • say, for example, that the fire showed up the members for what they
    • education best serve human growth? Anthroposophy must show how this
    • Dornach and the Waldorf School and its procedures show how
    • difficult aspects. These difficulties have shown up especially
    • of the Society showed up in the fact that when I came here a short
    • this example, to show how important it is for the Society to be able
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    • observed in the sense world. A person who makes such a demand shows
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    • In this connection I showed that all truly moral impulses have their
    • We had to show how anthroposophy can be related to and harmonized
    • spiritual contemplation, from a level where it is possible to show
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    • in the anthroposophical community shows how little able the outer
    • could have shown more respect for freedom than the way the
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    • further. Descriptions of this kind are intended to show that the most
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    • of lectures is to show how anthroposophy can really become wisdom to
    • In order to show you
    • can, as I showed yesterday, awaken through the fact that a person
    • shown that such a course cannot be maintained in the Society. The
    • delighted by this characterization because it showed that there are
    • world view shows us this or that.” Of course, despite this
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    • tremendous life-potential is shown in the fact that youth has now
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    • everybody could formulate it thus. It shows itself in many kinds of
    • which youth conceives it shows that something lives in human souls
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    • second lecture was to show the reasons why certain things that ought
    • enemies. The occasion served to show that the whole Society —
    • read them can now do so. We show ourselves ignorant of modern social
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    • particularly stipulated in the foregoing, but I want to show
    • one must unconditionally show a long face when one confesses to
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    • concerning the Events of Palestine. All this shows that a new
    • know, the mind of a Titan; and many of our studies have shown us how
    • showed us the way so that we might ourselves quickly enter that
    • egoism,” thus showing his desire at least to overcome it.
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    • studies. In doing so we showed that the spirit which fills our souls
    • four Gospels, a great lesson is given showing the necessity of a many
    • related to Theosophy. I showed that there is an ordinary science
    • discover them for itself? This can he shown by a quite trivial
    • is also the concern of Anthropology — shows us how this world
    • called Anthroposophy, and in doing so have shown that there are three
    • those given on “Anthroposophy”; I will then show how the
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    • have also shown that two further epochs will pass, before the coming
    • have shown how man, the little cosmos, is a copy of the great world
    • and show how certain things met with in mankind have really to be
    • will show that the ancient Egypto-Chaldean epoch is repeated in it;
    • about “Astrology” showing, that as spiritual scientists
    • “Psychology.” There I showed that the stream of soul-life
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    • I showed in the book mentioned above that we have to accept the
    • for initiation, but so that we are shown in a certain way the reason
    • the language, which cannot be shown in the script, it was possible
    • Isaiah, wherein he tries to show what is to come to pass through the
    • This is shown by the fact that whereas in old times men said
    • conception: — Firstly, I have shown that in the Gospel
    • through John the Baptist. On the other hand I have shown that in the
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    • the nature and character of the Gospel according to Mark. I showed
    • astonished if they were shown, as must be clone some day, the picture
    • shows us in a most wonderful way in this temptation, how we feel all
    • I have shown in my
    • developed by the people about him. We are shown (and indeed it is
    • This smile is described as the first thing which showed him to be
    • We have often shown
    • — “Then they are not real.” But when they are shown
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    • the course of many years. Only such thoughts can show us what is
    • therefore in saying, a sentence like this shows that men began at
    • not got a certificate of birth or baptism showing the standing of his
    • shown that where Orpheus came into purely spiritual relationship with
    • shown in the fact that Eurydice, she through whom he revealed
    • Orpheus is shown us by this loss of Eurydice, one result of which is
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    • revealed by many of the expressions found in the Gospels, to show how
    • are actually of a coarser nature, and show by such ways that they
    • This shows that we have to know the conditions before certain
    • rather as throwing light on certain relationships. It is only to show
    • for the rest of the body.” Showing that they do not note the
    • this gland remains the danger is avoided. This shows that the
    • not become clever! This shows the great difference there is between
    • scientific methods of observation, for spiritual science shows that
    • was removed. “But,” you say, “the facts show that
    • ego which I have described elsewhere from different aspects, showing
    • ego in its relationship to the external world. These show that the
    • in the way we show our amusement. With this is associated the fact
    • comedies are a healthy means of showing how the folly of men's
    • his own inner being in daily life is shown by his sadness; and the
    • shown by his ability to grasp the connections of such events as he
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    • followed by the study of the Gospel of Luke, in order to show how the
    • science, will clearly show that those who speak of the Spirit in the
    • Christs and false Prophets shall rise and shall show signs and
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    • in recent years, but it is possible to show in a parable how this
    • in which an earlier is seen to affect a later, and this is shown
    • Facts will show that the spiritual science founded by European
    • of the neighbouring oriental Buddhist stream. It would show the worst
    • originating from very ancient epochs. Does anything show us this?
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    • the first half of the nineteenth century. To show what I mean I will
    • here, and our studies show us how the human soul has developed in
    • of these things, showing how up to his seventh year he is concerned
    • kindness thou hast shown me thou shalt receive the reward that thy
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    • faculty; it should show us the way which would lead us to get clearness,
    • these different world views show nothing else than attempts of the human
    • changes and never shows itself as a whole. — Then we may also
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    • with David Friedrich Strauss as a result of his endeavours to show the Son of
    • years a word was often said which shows how little sympathetic it is to our
    • Culture.” They believe to raise Jesus if they show that already before
    • Matthew, Mark, and Luke show more the human being, the simple man from Nazareth,
    • It is the task of theosophy to show
    • is this just what is shown us in the Gospel that the word existed forever that
    • should come who once showed the whole fullness of the infinite spirit in himself.
    • paid to and which should show us how we have to understand the Communion. We
    • This shows us that Christ raises
    • There is no better word to show this, as a word which is not, indeed, in our
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    • the theosophical literature shows little of that which resembles a discussion
    • says: there is nothing at all that shows us more than a sequence of
    • past us. But the things “in themselves” do not show such
    • something else that shows that the human being can never go beyond experience.
    • to Kant’s philosophy. Kant shows that the concepts are empty.
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    • philosophical world view and to show how somebody with an absolutely serious
    • him. The consideration of Kantianism has shown us that this view comes to the
    • I want to show you how a vigorous
    • who believes that one can know something. I want to show how somebody forms
    • contents of the next lecture will show how it is in reality.
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    • Schopenhauer, Kant and similar great German thinkers. I tried to show at the
    • von Hartmann created. I have shown with it that basically that kind of epistemology
    • led to this illusionistic epistemology. I have shown the reasons which lead
    • to the conclusion: the world is our idea; I have shown how everything that surrounds
    • to disprove these different epistemological points of view. I have shown what
    • was called: Eduard von Hartmann himself. He showed that he could completely
    • illnesses of disproving. We have to show how they themselves lead beyond themselves
    • the naive realism; however, have shown at the same time that this leads us to
    • is the will of these things. — Thus Schopenhauer showed the way to self-knowledge,
    • will. He tried to show the whole nature outdoors as a product of imagination.
    • already shows you that your thinking is something that exceeds you. It is not
    • and show that one cannot get out, they still get stuck in the naive realism,
    • I believe to have shown that somebody
    • of theosophy. I think to have faintly shown it in outlines. For the real knowledge
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    • We have to show above all which
    • have shown that any sensation, everything that develops as conceptual life,
    • showed, one says, that certain parts of our cerebral cortex unless they are
    • One has shown that the illness of
    • way under the influence of science. Bartholomäus Carneri showed it without
    • of the present. It is shown in such a way that the scientific discoveries of
    • This whole fight is already shown
    • come. There Aristotle shows that he is able to observe real inner life. If anybody
    • of the next lecture must be: through the soul to the spirit. This will show
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    • sensory world how desire and pain turn out. But it shows us that in our inside
    • can show it.
    • we show the same interest which we show for the animal species for the human
    • I have shown that Aristotle stood with regard to our physical world completely
    • the recently deceased great English philosopher, has shown. He realised —
    • here how the incarnations take place. Here should be shown simply in scientifically
    • of the desire of life that way and state that this shows that listlessness controls
    • Have a look at a genius like Mozart. He showed already as a boy a talent which
    • again and again that such a psychology as it was shown now is contradictory
    • eternal being. Today, I have shown that those who consider destiny as the great
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    • directs his look to his inside. He shows us the strength of the immediate conviction
    • is before our sensory eye by a proof, but because it shows its qualities simply
    • this, above all. Apart from that, he does not need to show theosophical dogmas
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    • that he is shown as a poor lost because he occupied himself with spiritism and
    • should be shown to the human beings that there is something else than what natural
    • phenomena were not intended. One wanted to obviously show the fact that there
    • to the big spiritual powers of nature leading and showing us the paths. How
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    • of trance or dream state are able to show such phenomena. These persons are
    • somnambulists show the same phenomena as the natural ones. One calls —
    • which show a particular regularity. I want to draw your attention only to single
    • controlled by particular laws. Everything that I have shown up to now is more
    • or at least copy something and the like more. These matters show us that a transition
    • Theosophy shows us that the human
    • he is connected by means of countless threads with the universe. Theosophy shows
    • propensities; there it shows other colours, other cloud-like formations than
    • We can show, so to speak, experimentally
    • question: how is it possible that the human being shows regular actions, certain
    • but just as the scientific theory of evolution shows us the purely physical
    • evolutionary processes, theosophy shows us that the human beings gradually got
    • legends of the world and showed how these legends were worked out from a symbolising
    • This shows you that we can do nothing
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    • justified by the scientific methods, and the rule is that one shows the results
    • that a myth like the Hercules legend shows a deep inner truth; he sees that
    • the conquest of the Golden Fleece by Jason shows a deep and true knowledge.
    • and 17th centuries, Robert Fludd. He shows for those who have
    • shows that there are mysterious ways to get to the highest truth. He also speaks
    • only to you to show you how these questions were discussed in veiled form at
    • in a popular way — phenomena which the modern spiritism shows again. The
    • Ages was not wrong as one often shows it today, but it was only a view which
    • on occult ways; everything had to be sensually shown.
    • Still the third example to show
    • has led us again, and which shows us that the old fairy tales are expressions
    • of a truth which shows an exact image of the sensuous world. It may be characterised
    • if the modern human being says: show me the super-sensible like something sensory.
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    • to show how difficult it is to bring certain great phenomena in the life of
    • daze if they only see a string. The following experience shows the truth of
    • In this sleep-like state the human being shows different qualities he does not
    • show in the waking consciousness and also not in the usual sleep. You can sting
    • on a white wall. If you show him then, after he had this hallucination, the
    • I have shown you that such abnormal
    • for the human thinking. I have shown that above all this progress made people
    • but characterises him — showed an enormous impartiality just of this question
    • believes. However, this first treatise should not occupy us, because it shows
    • in America during the forties who showed phenomena before the big audience and
    • it, and the concerning impresario can show the piece of paper or allow the person
    • Already some time before, however, such a showman had induced
    • this experiment of fixation was so significant to him because he wanted to show
    • He wanted to show that no interaction takes place, but that everything that
    • process. He wanted to show that Mesmerism is absurd with which the concerning
    • Faria shows.
    • the church attributes these phenomena to imagination, this shows only how much
    • the appropriate methods very well, but here and there they let it show that
    • again who did not want to show these matters in their deepest significance to
    • to show us today. But one is allowed to attain such knowledge which wakes up
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture I: What Does the Modern Human Being Find in Theosophy?
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    • We look at any being, at any thing of the world. We can show that all these
    • shows us that sympathy and antipathy must originate and also pass, even if their
    • and antipathy, with the world of desire. However, the spirit shows the soul
    • We have shown the third form of
    • same time, have shown its effectiveness in the human being and have shown that
    • clear to us if we look at its development. If we know that every soul shows
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture II: What Do Our Scholars Know about Theosophy?
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    • on one which I want to show at an example which has not taken place on theosophical
    • The author showed that he was familiar with the latest development of natural
    • who was regarded at first as a man who knows nothing has shown to the scientific
    • I want to say. Imagine that you have a picture before yourselves which shows
    • your soul what the picture shows as spiritual contents. Something lives in it
    • show you can infer that theosophy is far away to criticise the contemporary
    • a third one. These three forms of insanity are taken to show that one can also
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    • Eight days ago I tried to show what the modern human being
    • shows that the majority of people look just for this authority of science. However,
    • Haeckel’s Riddle of the Universe made to show that just the teachings
    • Haeckel attempts it. He shows how the earth came from a fire-liquid state, cooled
    • tries to show how one could imagine that life has come into being from the lifeless.
    • chemistry. However, Haeckel tries in vain to show that the human being is nothing
    • now shows the basic concepts of which I speak in eight days. We see a thing
    • the theosophical movement shows that the human being can not only become aware
    • We have shown that the theosophical
    • shows us a former development.
    • between science and art. A sentence shows this: “The beautiful is a manifestation
    • this Dionysus drama, was performed in the ancient Greek mysteries. It was shown
    • it should show nothing else than the life within our earth. It should be shown
    • What Socrates tells and what Plato shows in his philosophy is nothing else than
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    • it has shown the true, real form of Christianity, and it also has led many of
    • internal core of Christianity, and to show it in its true figure. However, it
    • to adhere to the reminiscences of Buddhism. Today we are able to show the matter
    • Such a passage shows us immediately
    • needs to report a passage of the Buddhist writings to show how little reasonable
    • show that to us. They announced to the peoples what they could understand at
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 1
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    • the human Organisation shows signs of changes as the centuries pass
    • A simple reflection can show that there is a more characteristic world
    • intellectual experience. Someone shows goodwill to another and we are
    • pleased, or he shows ill will and we are displeased. That is something
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 2
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    • this. And further: though it would show great apathy of soul if a
    • counterpart of the deeds they have just done. The soul is being shown:
    • the evolution of the future. And it is also being shown that there is
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Rosicrucian Christianity - Lecture 2
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    • this consciously, knows: a path has been shown me, and I must follow
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Jeshu ben Pandira - Lecture 1
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    • Indeed, they do. But this only shows that we are more intimately bound
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Jeshu ben Pandira - Lecture 2
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    • teaching year after year in their own classes, and the result showed
    • And, when the child does anything, we should show our pleasure, our
    • The following example is taken from life. A little boy showed his
    • which rises in him shows him that this is illogical, erroneous.
    • began to show his knowledge of what would cure them: that for one
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse as Living Reality - Lecture 1
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    • Facts of real life can show us this. There are many people who think
    • soul life being shown in a wrong light and dragged down by the worst
    • occultism, make no compromises and show a courage that is lacking in
    • investigations, even those of the present-day, show us that someone
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Dawn of Occultism in the Modern Age - Lecture 2
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    • An attempt has been made today to show that certain happenings,
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The True Attitude To Karma
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  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Intimate Workings of Karma
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  • Title: Novalis: On his Hymns to the Night
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    • art — and we allow it to work on us, his father is shown as
    • worked. It is also not the moment now to show how the
    • When mathematics showed him how it is suitable for the
    • illusion. The poetry is nice — they say — but show us the
    • lie — whoever wants to come with proof to show something, will
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 1: Whitsuntide. Festival of the Liberation of the Human Spirit
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    • the present time shows us how far man has become embedded in purely
    • sacrifice is an example which shows that man will be able to unfold a
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 3: The Mysteries of the Druids and the 'Drottes'
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 4: The Prometheus Saga
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    • to show you last time how initiation took place in the ancient Druid
    • presents. All the gifts were showered upon mankind; only one thing
    • pathway to the future, and he was shown what he had to do for his
    • human destiny. As I was able to show you in connection with the
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 5: The Mystery Known to Rosicrucians
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    • like now to show one such legend as this which dates back only a few
    • showing enthusiasm for wisdom. These two types are creative within
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 8: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 2
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 11: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 1
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 12: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 2
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    • infinite depths, and to show how man gradually develops a living
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 16: The Relationship of Occultism to the Theosophical Movement
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 17: Freemasonry and Human Evolution I
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    • shown to the queen, and she desired to be introduced to the builder
    • shown how all this was accomplished on the physical plane, so
    • affections. During a walk, a bird appeared in the air, showing her
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 18: Freemasonry and Human Evolution II
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    • biblical legend shows this very clearly. As is known, the man having
    • pouring water on the casting; everything then flies apart in a shower
    • shows you that whatever is correct is always preceded by an experiment;
    • showed at the time when the Rosicrucians brought a new spiritual life
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 19: The Relationship Between Occult Knowledge and Everyday Life
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    • against the outer world. All this shows us that a continual
    • his astral body. These show themselves in the most various forms. The
    • in the astral world, which shows itself as the thought form of
    • interaction between the person revered and the person showing
    • shows us in what way a national thought has its effect. How this
    • quite remarkable and special shows itself to us here. It is much
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 20: The Royal Art in a New Form
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    • mention one fact out of my own life to show you that it really is not
    • itself, I will show you why these names contribute nothing essential
    • examples that would show you how outer circumstances have led to the
    • creeds. Priestliness can show itself in the most completely secular
    • theosophy shows us how man has to pass, In the course of his
    • me, or communicate it through words; at best they can show it to me in
    • Without much fantasy, one can show what is. involved by an example.
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • one may have. The reality shows that the impulse, the urge
    • show you how this phenomenon is treated in a story written
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • Shakespeare), when a writer shows how things are connected
    • In order to show how
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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  • Title: The Bridge between Morality and Nature
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    • with some kind of underlying injury will show a soul-spiritual
    • to his body, and so on. It was also shown, that whatever is
    • have tried to show you a method of observation which is really
  • Title: Spiritual Science, History, Reincarnation, Culture, Examples
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    • will show how, with reference to humanity itself, the spiritual
    • these events to show them what really works from within. How
  • Title: Opponents to Anthroposophy
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    • maintain actual new forces, and those who are running the show
    • particularly those written by opponents show a grand stupidity,
    • in the line of knowledge but in the show of the continued and
    • ever deeper show of introduced love.”
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 1 (Summary): Effects of Modern Agnosticism
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    • or else it is engulfed in the life of elementary instincts. This shows
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 2 (Summary): Perception and Thinking
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    • and searching in his outlook upon the world, Rudolf Steiner showed how
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 3 (Summary): The Tragedy of F. Nietzsche
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 4 (Summary): The Relationship between Goethe and Hegel
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    • answer. He shows that nature must be understood poetically, for art
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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    • first of all show itself?
    • is karmic. It shows us what it means to have strengthened the ego by
    • show clearly that the road to cognitive Imagination is not something
    • showed a major characteristic of the process of attaining to knowledge.
    • in the know while others were not in the know. The picture shown in
    • And then something would show itself that would need to be painted in
    • nature showed him, i.e. everything concerned with the physical organization
    • made them the fundamental core of his whole thinking process) showing
    • to show that ontogeny [ Note 3 ] is a shortened
    • who, as I showed you yesterday, went through the stages of his cognitive
    • plant for Schiller, a symbolic plant. He sketched a few lines to show
    • relation to Swedenborg shows how Goethe arrived at certain conceptual
    • to consider this science in depth, in order to show how its own further
    • of the sources of anthroposophical knowledge will show that when I came
    • was a matter of showing how it is necessary to progress from what Haeckel
    • where the reality of animal nature is shown positively
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 6: From Imaginative Knowledge to Inspirational Knowledge
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    • is described as an extension of forgetting. Intuition is shown to be the
    • that imaginative perception shows some similarity to the way memory
    • show that this certainly is not the case.
    • will show no appreciable difference between an idea arising in connection
    • does indeed show the process of forming ideas, of thinking, as one in
    • I have tried to show how this feeling we have towards
    • and the like. Exactly because they have content, these images show that
    • a picture of supersensible reality. Inspiration shows the way beyond,
    • Let me try and show you what
    • these observations, to show you the different levels of perception that
    • really needs further elucidation. It would be necessary to show that,
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • is described as an extension of forgetting. Intuition is shown to be the
    • the imaginative world, the first thing to show itself is our own life,
    • of repeated earlier lives as something showing us the ego at different
    • Inspiration — and man himself shows us that through Inspiration
    • first of all shows itself to be in the process of being killed, in a
    • aiming to show
    • of humanity. Anthroposophy is able to show how this love of duty in
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • is described as an extension of forgetting. Intuition is shown to be the
    • thought, free from sensory elements, as I have tried to show in my
    • at Dornach — tomorrow I will be showing some samples of this in
    • been shown to be the quality of knowledge in different epochs. Our age
    • for a person who insists on continuing in the decline that shows itself
    • outside world as he is. It also shows him to be completely bound up
  • Title: Et Incarnatus Est
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    • those whom I do admire in order to show the manner in which the
    • show that man must now begin to give attention to the events of
    • customs of humanity itself. They wished to show that Christ had
    • show that this spirit now enters directly into earthly
    • wished to show, and of this fact the humanity of today must
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture I: Where and How Does One Find the Spirit?
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    • it should also be shown how just spiritual science is destined
    • is pursued. However, this is not my starting point to show
    • example shows the difference of mind and soul best of all. We
    • outside world as something spiritless and to show the spiritual
    • simple picture can show us what the centuries-long research
    • must approach this process with spiritual science. This shows
    • science shows us that everything that happens, that trickling
    • human being, a symbol shows this: the black cross with red
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture II: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Exoteric
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    • document how to ascend to that summit Goethe had shown. From
    • shows well enough how much your mind holds together the rich
    • the mental world and shows us what we can think and understand,
    • of the worldviews and shows that it is not with the worldviews
    • single point of view, but climbs up the mountain and shows that
    • comprising panorama where all views show their deeper
    • (GA 6), we could show how this Goethean method
    • shown to us how the young man regains his former strength due
    • shall see the day after tomorrow Goethe showing in the
    • Knowledge has to mature. In the fairy tale, Goethe shows to us
    • shows how the newer time has to reach the aim to enable
    • soul. He shows the process of initiation up to the highest
    • you, should show that Goethe has proved this saying. Everybody
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture III: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Esoteric
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    • Hence, I ask you to comprehend what I say as if it shows the
    • Goethean imagination, to show the figures and the
    • interrelations between them, just as also the botanist shows
    • his fairy tale shows us this in the most remarkable sense.
    • still say a lot to you if I wanted to show how psychology
    • wanted also to show that in the human soul force also the other
    • results of science. If science itself shows that this is not
    • shows but what the feeling, the will say to the human being?
    • Goethe shows in the young man the human being striving for the
    • things in the outside world. Goethe shows representatively in
    • comprehensible now why Goethe shows how the young man moves to
    • will-o'-the-wisps coming from the other river bank and showing
    • Those soul forces that are shown in the will-o'-the-wisps, in
    • show how the human being has to act, so that he can unite with
    • The other way leads about the shadow of the giant. It is shown
    • summit of knowledge is shown in the temple. The temple
    • higher sense. He shows it in the saying: “Who does not
    • various religious revelations is shown in the old man who has
    • staggering, stands there like a statue, and shows the hours: if
    • valuable sense. That is why the giant is shown as it were like
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IV: Bible and Wisdom I
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    • show them. Thus, they wanted to describe and explain nature
    • only embedded does not appear to him. If the geologist shows us
    • shows that the human being appears first and has not developed
    • the spiritual researcher is able to show.
    • want to show with single examples what I have just said.
    • Spiritual science shows us that we come investigating the
    • earthly existence, natural sciences can show this course of
    • him that the pictures are exactly given which show the
    • Man. Spiritual science shows that Yahveh is that God who speaks
    • New Testaments. You see what the human soul imagines shown in
    • It shows the spiritual facts again in simple descriptions,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture V: Bible and Wisdom II
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    • simple lines should be shown how concerning the Bible such a
    • kind of hymn of that which the writer wanted to show concerning
    • due to the apostle John himself. With diligence he shows how
    • just this Gospel shows almost in each sentence that an
    • beings. We can say, spiritual science shows that this ego, by
    • Genesis? Spiritual science shows that where the human being
    • Gospel shows, the beginning of the “time of
    • Christ Jesus is real. At the same time, this miracle shows
    • harmoniously and show that the Mystery of Golgotha cannot be
    • me” (Galatians 2:20). What the external research shows
    • clairvoyance of Moses out which is shown to us in the vision of
    • come far enough. Research that goes until the end will show the
    • that by research religion could perish shows with it only that
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • show that I commit no indiscretion. If he were here, he would
    • from old times just show us if it is real superstition that it
    • investigation could show him the opposite of his assertion.
    • mistakes only as it is shown in the history of medicine,
    • at all, in the end, why pneumonia shows something particular
    • showed what one has to understand by the philosophers' stone in
    • been known for centuries and is right even today. This shows
    • that showed the different stadia quite correctly: the thrown
    • beings show, and that these again are made up to more complex
    • ancient sages could show great natural phenomena.
    • applies, and it shows truth better than something else does. In
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • can show how the plant builds up its organism. It builds up its
    • science shows us more and more how that which appears as light
    • examples we can show that one must not be one-sided. A
    • could still show by various things how the human being can get
    • science also shows us how he is able to become free from the
    • will have shown you that spiritual science is something that
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • show how one view resists to the other because it is one-sided.
    • We have shown many a time that spiritual science is there just
    • remedy, which the organism shows by the symptoms. One imagines
    • that in such a way that the organism shows in the ill state by
    • shows us that a healthy soul works in a healthy body.
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • personality shows us with both what prevails in our present in
    • Tolstoy shows already how he absorbed it that in him a soul
    • one. In particular, one has to pay attention if a soul shows a
    • as such, shows the width of the scope of view just by such
    • enough to see what goes forward in such a soul, what is shown
    • time. An inventive head shows him the model of the first
    • 1889). That is why his book shows how wealth is applied best of
    • shows, for example, how we have to find something in the human
    • (1887) shows this monumental original
    • which he searched. His last writings just show this and what is
    • With this talk, I wanted to show that a worldview and an
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture X: The Practical Development of Thinking
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    • Another example, which can show us whether progress originates
    • life that can show how it is with the real life praxis.
    • we could state many things to show how one can systematically
    • — Thus, he shows how it depends on working with desire
    • itself. These are such things that can show us first that we
    • examples have shown that one is able to point to real remedies
    • correctly. Goethe showed repeatedly from his practical way of
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • event tears are shed shows that the soul can cause bodily
    • because they are showered with presents! They receive more than
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XII: The Secret of the Human Temperaments
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    • the human being is put in a line of inheritance. He shows the
    • prevailing there. Thus, many signs could be stated which show
    • One must show that one is in the know of the matters which take
    • action around the child. One must not show any weakness. The
    • self-admonitions are of no avail. It depends on showing the
    • meet any single human being in such a way that we show him
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • testament, shows us the different stages of Goethe's development.
    • face us differently, showing an advancement of Goethe's whole striving.
    • present the more exterior side of it today; tomorrow I show how
    • those that showed the whole development of the world, as one
    • quintessence.” It shows a strange transition in oddly
    • shows, he attained literary significance by Christopher Marlowe
    • this figure in the folk plays and puppet shows was not
    • strange sign. It showed two intertwined triangles, and of two
    • grand a show!” Indeed, it is a tremendous show, if the
    • what they are. It is a show. However, does it keep to this
    • show!” Goethe did not yet understand these deep words at
    • How grand a show! But, still, alas! mere show.
    • phrase is deeply felt: a show is only what depicts the
    • That Goethe felt it, this shows the whole situation in the
    • how Goethe himself has difficulties to show the connection of
    • material. The outside shows that to the human being in the form
    • which shows the outer world in a false figure to the human
    • being. Under the name “Ahriman,” Zarathustra showed
    • which I trace.” — There he shows that he is not
    • could show him only in such a way that Faust turns away like a
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIV: Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Esoteric
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    • amusing way Goethe tries to show through the mouth of
    • that the first part shows something learnt in large part that
    • world. It is greatly shown how Faust's soul develops to grow
    • into the spiritual world. Then it is shown how Faust's soul
    • and casts cool, fragrant showers all about it.
    • intellect. Goethe shows the whole course of the matter with a
    • before us and by which is shown us how supersensible forces are
    • dawn, and it is shown to us how Faust has already experienced
    • spiritual world. However, already the introduction shows that
    • imaginative world. When Goethe showed this, he did not depend
    • of the spiritual world, but he could show his experience quite
    • concerns here showing that really a kind of initiation is
    • he shows the way into the spiritual world, which only the
    • worthy can go slowly and with resignation. He shows us that
    • Goethe shows conscientiously that Faust is not yet worthy.
    • we see what Faust experiences, the incarnation, shown at the
    • should help which are shown to us at this
    • physical world. It is shown to him how he is able to attach the
    • happened in the realms of nature. It is shown how the soul has
    • The moment is shown in miraculous way where really the astral
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XV: Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • when he tries to show pictures of the gods in his pieces of
    • show the exterior. He recognises that the Socratics find
    • others came who said: however, history shows us that nothing
    • tries to show how basically all ideals do not lead beyond the
    • the nineteenth century. Darwinism shows how the evolution of
    • science, which shows us that in every human being something
    • facts which shows us how within the planetary development the
    • shows Nietzsche's vain and fateful striving that is so great in its
    • Nietzsche's tragedy also shows a big piece of the tragedy of
    • Nevertheless, the whole standpoint of Nietzsche shows us how a
    • science. I want to show it with an example.
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVI: Isis and Madonna
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    • that time, in which external science can look back, shows the
    • it was often discussed why Michelangelo has shown the Madonna
    • to show the Mother of God also at this age still in all
    • typical way the soul is addressed at that court which is shown
    • does this legend show? Oh, it is a childish idea if one asserts
    • is to Osiris equivalent to death. It is shown here in a wider
    • do not show one mother, but three mothers to us. In front, we
    • carries the lion head showing the third stage of the human
    • the world. The conception process is still shown as something
    • that still shows the last rest of the old conception. What is
    • expressed there shows us how we are fertilised today by the
    • This is shown with Isis. She is fertilised by the divine-male,
    • this the primal force of all life, shown with the vital force
    • from that Isis, whose force is shown symbolically with the
    • This year's winter cycle shall show us in two talks how the
    • living, which the Madonnas show, like through a veil in the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVII: Old European Clairvoyance
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    • at all. Something like a vision ascended and showed the being
    • It still shows certain typical qualities of the old picture
    • the whole development of the human being as it was often shown
    • which show the inside of the objects. Because he takes that
    • deuteroscopy, the “second face” can show what
    • of the human being. This passage wants to show us that the
    • spiritual, and that shows nothing else than the remains of the
    • Single examples have shown us that nothing else expresses
    • the former consciousness. Next time it is our task to show how
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVIII: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • have often shown how the human being can start the way of
    • enclosed soul and spirit: this shows me how I was once as a
    • spiritual figure. What shows the true figure of the human being
    • the student was shown: death is a process in life like other
    • shows the human sensuousness that is incapable to behold into
    • destined to rise to the spirit. Spiritual science shows us that
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 1: The Experience of Major and Minor
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  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 2: Experience and Gesture; the Intervals
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    • Somehow the gesture has to show that you go out of yourself (you stretch
    • be expressed in gesture, and to show how the interval of the third represents
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 3: Melodic Movement; the Ensouling of the Three Dimensions through Pitch, Rhythm and Beat
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    • The movement first shown
    • these gestures (which will have shown you that in its essential being,
    • so in order to show how something can be built out of the fundamentals
    • or shall be showing them) with these gestures he or she should feel
    • All this serves to show
    • A differentiation may also be shown simply by taking a strong step with
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 4: The Progression of Musical Phrases; Swinging Over; the Bar Line
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    • understandable. Always show the bar line, and its holding-on movement,
    • what it means for the various forms of phrasing. I wanted to show you
    • by the human bodily form. In rhythm you already show a very considerable
    • When the beat is shown in eurythmy, you always feel (as you just saw
  • Title: Eurthmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 5: Choral Eurythmy
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    • element. We have tried to show how, for instance, the triad and the
    • human being, you show, as it were, your spirit and soul nature. And
    • but (as I have already shown) does violence to it, pushing it into the
    • tonic is shown by the larger forms. The tonic is given prominence by
    • do it well show this in eurythmy, simply in standing: B, A, along with
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 6: The Sustained Note; the Rest; Discords
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    • a satisfactory movement, which on the one hand may be shown between
    • This shows you at the
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 7: Musical Physiology; the Point of Departure; Intervals; Cadences
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    • phalanges], and the seventh (as I showed you) you can produce in particular
    • notes of the scale are played, or shown in eurythmy, you will undoubtedly
    • to show the lower notes (the notes two octaves or more below middle
    • in the minor mood, we must definitely show that this is a transference
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    • not be shown simply by increased speed of movement, as this may be applied
    • If in the near future it is shown that, through this, much in eurythmy
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 1: Probability and Chance
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    • to show you how he did it. He makes a fairly thorough job of it. He
    • logical concepts together; to show what the outcome can be, no matter
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    • nuances of consciousness show up in life, including nuances in actions
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    • and now merely shows up in its subsequent reflection. Everything of
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    • past; life rules the present. This example shows us that if we try to
    • as it is really too nice for words to show you the way adherents of
    • been shown to be possible in the case of the muscles. It is certainly
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    • Now in earlier lectures I've already shown
    • as a whole and showed how it could be compared to an inner terrestrial
    • and other conditions that act like barometers showing that something
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    • who die young are needed. I have shown at hand of many examples how
    • reconciling us with the world, moving us to our depths as they show us
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    • who really thought, and I quoted a remark of his to show you how far
    • protect us from the doctrine of the transmigration of souls! This shows
    • All these things obviously show those able
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • these matters as daydreams and fantasies. One shows by the
    • many objections in the course of these talks and will show how
    • reality. That just shows what kind of logic it is. Since if one
    • as it were. As natural sciences have shown material goals to
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    • to show what goes forward there. Why can we see ourselves in
    • that can show that in our time an antisophical attitude is
    • representative of this direction which shows how the human
    • soul. One does not show that one has well judged, that one has
    • spirit: “We know the fact that ideals cannot be shown in
    • She shows her appearance only.
    • shows
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    • shows how the human intellect has penetrated into the mysteries
    • spiritual-scientific point of view to show first how antisophy
    • the reason of religion in the human nature in order to show how
    • spiritual-scientifically, but to show what spiritual science
    • of the material world. Bergson tries to show again, exactly the
    • wanted to show now again how the human being, separating
    • human being; this shows us only in our true independence, in
    • as we will show
    • human being. Goethe for example tried to show this in the
    • thirteenth who shows us that a uniform spiritual forms the
    • one would have to show how the contents of the Christian
    • enemy of a religious confession. Since it shows the primal
    • source, the basic nature of the religious confessions. It shows
    • spiritual science. Today, however, I wanted to show, not
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • would like to show the nature of these obstacles
    • This fact shows symptomatically which
    • by the senses, and a slight experience shows that also
    • behind life. However, it shows something else quite clearly:
    • an immediate experience can be shown approximately, and I would
    • I have tried to show by means of inner
    • this case; this seems maybe fantastic, but I have to show the
    • can also show, why one cannot find the mystery of death in the
    • Spiritual-scientific research shows that this is not the case
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    • self-reproaches what shows him his value quite clearly how far
    • passageway only as the modern spiritual research can show which
    • has been shown so often in these talks that the spiritual
    • the spirit shows him the world full of wisdom, meaningful, and
    • attempts, he still would show how the soul still works in the
    • tried there to show that one grasps the immortal essence of the
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • is not far away from that what one has tried to show in the
    • the evil. I would like to show the main thoughts of his
    • prevail which one can admire and which shows evil everywhere?
    • more or less pedantic discussions. For they show us with which
    • spiritual-scientifically. I have only stated it to show to
    • if he is in the spiritual world. This shows us that we must
    • science shows that the evil points by its own nature to the
    • beings. The animal world shows us just that there must be
    • said, so you show that only the villain makes progress in the
    • our time because it shows us how the soul must live that faces
    • corpse. But what Mainländer could not yet show that we
    • that shows how the human being can leave the spirit. He
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • Just the today's discussions maybe show
    • tendency of development which does not show his being concluded
    • differentiated one part that shows everything that is to be
    • time of course if I wanted to show in detail that such a
    • like to show only quite briefly. You can read out the further
    • world shows its reflection by the activity of our body. Indeed,
    • spiritual science just shows that all the other knowledge
    • in infinite widths of space. He had to show to the human beings
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    • shows him in such a way as he can grasp himself if he turns
    • light. Spiritual science, however, shows that in the epoch that
    • intellectual or mind soul. I have already tried to show the
    • not show it as a “tabula rasa,” as a blank slate,
    • Voltaire faces us that shows us how in him completely a
    • power of the view of nature that showed how the world and the
    • He shows in it how the human being can
    • show him how the worldview can be grasped in the sense of
    • the Greek tragic poets. We see in them the human world shown,
    • abstractions. His soul had developed too far to show life in
    • Ye Heav'ns announce his wrath in show'rs of
    • the outer life with a spiritual world where he wants to show
    • superstitious image, a figure which shows us how to search the
    • — to show how the
    • show a certain greatness, however, just in the downward spirit
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    • I tried to explain? It shows what already so develops in us
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    • worldviews, but it has to show their limits, has to show what
    • they are capable of and what they can show. Concerning this
    • serious human guilt, and now in the second part Goethe shows
    • shows, simply because his explanations are not at all
    • Paracelsus showed.
    • from “becoming green” to show the effective fresh
    • originate must show Homunculism as a hidden desire of human
    • nervous system, shows homunculoid characteristics in the
    • would it be if I hold up a mirror to the time and show: you
    • as I try to show him in few words. I can
    • show him in such a way. As I got around to regarding that as
    • shows as his first tendency. If one looks at the world for the
    • Showpieces and masterpieces
    • Which they showed perkily
    • Hamerling showed in his way that that what
    • to show it, and spiritual science completely feels in harmony
    • that it is the only true overcomer of any Homunculism; I show
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • This shows us with a careful observation of
    • only in order to explain something, I would like to show how we
    • offers to show how necessary the treasure
    • experience will show that nobody who penetrates himself with
    • to prove that we can show how spiritual science can be creative
    • artistic landmark can show the significance of spiritual
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    • saying, “Today I want to show you one of the Creator's
    • wonderful works of art.” Unwrapping the paper, he showed
    • have often tried to show how the general scientific viewpoint
    • shows an equal aptitude for two different subjects. (Such a
    • tools for educational practice only shows the degree of one's
    • nature. Current research shows such courage only when observing
    • scientists have shown courage in their interpretations.
    • experience with their bodies what is shown in geometrical
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    • shows that even in relatively dumb animals — dumb in
    • entire being. Anthroposophical research shows us that what most
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    • shows that, during the age under consideration — between
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    • There is no need to go back into history to show how
    • person only from a photograph showing a front view. The picture
    • picture shows a side view and creates such a different
    • same person. Yet in reality both photographs show the same
    • the times of ancient Greece. I won't go into details to show
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    • Earth, and we can introduce animal study by showing how in
    • can show their students how what is concentrated within one
    • only shows weakness and inner uncertainty. It is unnecessary to
    • changed. When seen in the proper light, this just shows that a
    • students feel that, until now, their teacher has not yet shown
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    • fully awake to the classroom situation — this will show
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    • this claim. Strange things sometimes show up when one looks at
    • one's destiny. And, as the history of philosophy shows, it
    • Such are the problems we have to tackle. They certainly show it
    • facts have shown up. There was, for example, Robert Hamerling,
    • forgotten. It shows how one has to come to terms with actual
    • in Waldorf pedagogy, and they show how an eye for the practical
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    • example to show that, if any impulses in one or another
    • this regard, world progress has shown some very strange
    • but that during the course of history they have shown
    • that our honored visitors, gathered here, have shown during
    • morality shown by the public, and at the general indifference
    • main figure of this sculpture shows the features of Christ in
  • Title: Colour and the Human Races: Lecture II: Color and the Human Races
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    • showing skins differing
    • healthy when he is cheese-white. He is healthy when he shows
    • following is shown. The man with the posterior brain has mainly
    • I had to show how those who had not been
    • have shown that in the first chapter of the
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  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • more and more shows its three inherent parts. And as one of
    • independent is shown by a healthy physiology.
    • healthy social physiology will also show that the three realms,
    • Question” can be shown. In these “Essentials of the
    • attempted to show how the different institutions should be. Not
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • felt what I have shown you today concerning mankind. If science could
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    • (it is shown in the booklet
    • and body his existence takes its course in time as we have again shown.
    • Sun, Moon evolution, as I have shown it in
    • for unity, and the Luciferic element shows itself as plurality, because
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • lectures have shown, can really build the bridge between the nature-order
    • actually appeared on earth. We showed in the last lecture how this
    • to a purely external phenomenon, but one of immense significance, showing
    • to? It is shown how seeds of disintegration have gradually entered western
    • effect is certainly shown – not on the individual but on the
    • which as is shown precisely by our instances today — however
    • which men show when they persist in believing that one attains something
    • over certain circles by showing them one has a truth which they really
    • out hostility. The more we show in certain circles that we have the
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    • Science shows us increasingly what a superficial grasp of spiritual
    • Science shows us that the way in which our Ego and astral body leave
    • just as strongly. I say Ahrimanic beings, for I can easily show you the
    • to-day. Examples will show us clearly the truth of what I have been
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    • soul-faculties, these only shows that he has not laid aside the
    • valid objections, I assure you. By all this I am only trying to show
    • research, for they best show man's relation to the spiritual world.
    • does such a vision signify? What does it show us?’ It shows the
    • have tried to show you how unjustifiable it is for people to say that
    • physical plane. I have tried to show how the very reason why our
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    • reality. And I have brought two examples before you, in order to show
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    • Golgotha which I have quoted. It is very definitely shown to us how the
    • right himself shows us his connection with the Christ in what he says.
    • shows His relation to this so wonderfully in a certain passage —
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    • ‘Thy sins are forgiven thee’ — to those who show that
    • investigation shows that much of what is good in a spiritual sense in
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 1: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 2: The Entrance of Christianity into the Course of Earth Evolution
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    • rite consisted in showing the sacrifice of the God, the death of the
    • still shows something of the greatness of ancient Greece. Aristotle
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 3: Brotherliness and Freedom ...
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    • of his earthly life the essential impulse for equality. This shows that
    • and the Luciferic in Human Life,” where it is shown that the luciferic
    • shows you that man
    • on this point as well—but such study is rare. It would show them,
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 4: Contrasting Principles of Ancient and Modern Initiation
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    • development of Christianity, we must show to what extent it has evolved
    • being (as I have shown you) — nerve-sense being, rhythmic being,
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 5: The Change in the Human Soul Constitution
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    • means. Yesterday we tried to show that especially what may be called the
    • them the Spirits of Form. I have shown, however, from various points
    • no real impulses can exist. (The contemporary scientific concepts show
    • difference? This is shown precisely in initiation science. The modern
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 6: Transformation of the Human Being in the Course of Evolution
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    • no other result than to show that the Mystery of Golgotha and all that
    • simply showed that some elemental force was heaving and surging in mankind
    • the painting in the little dome to show at least one part, I might say,
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 7: Experiences of the Old Year and Outlook over the New Year (part 1)
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    • show you that people are fast asleep. Compare modern life with the life
    • an earnest word of direction. I myself do not yet wish to show you the
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    • element in our present age. I have shown, for instance, how the present
    • The result of that treatment is shown in modern Protestant theology,
    • with the spiritual laws of existence. I showed you recently how we have
    • that show how the human being wants to penetrate with his intelligence
    • books. The whole method goes to show the outstreaming and intaking of
  • Title: Community Life: Address 1: The Goesch-Sprengel Situation - Part 1
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    • Both these passages, by the way, clearly show a change in style
    • down through the years and with increasing frequency lately, show that
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    • this particular case can show us all kinds of things we need to know
    • showed me just fifteen minutes ago, a letter written by a Society member
    • people showed up at a lecture cycle somewhere or other, saying that
    • case. You were all so kind as to show up for the lecture I held two
    • come from me. Instead, I try to show how modern science, including its
    • same person who wrote the sentence I just read, a sentence that shows
    • But the way she interpreted this showed that what she actually meant
    • situation to show how things that were only intended to be taken spiritually
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 1: Requirements of Our Life together in the Anthroposophical Society
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    • do everything possible in each single instance to show up the attacks
    • the man for five pennies. He showed it to me once the man had gone out
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    • was meant to show that the motive behind this kind of clash is often
    • quite different from what people claim. As I showed, the man in question
    • and shows that our Society is a mechanism, not an organism. It shows
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 3: Swedenborg: An Example of Difficulties in Entering the Spiritual World
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    • personality like Swedenborg shows us that it leads to illusions if we
    • cycle shows that the Elohim's relationship to the Sun underlies the
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 4: Methods and Rational of Freudian Psychoanalysis
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    • as a whole. As Steiner shows, our physical life, including human
    • pages for showing how new light can be thrown upon the facts of social
    • evidence to show the extent to which the interest of creative writers
    • that we are able to show that these same incestuous wishes, which
    • of which was human family life. He showed that he had formed his own
    • to those raised by Goesch under the influence of Miss Sprengel and showing
    • This shows us that we must
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 5: Sexuality and Modern Clairvoyance, Freudian Psychoanalysis and Swedenborg as a Seer
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    • closely at such modern cultural phenomena, because they show us that
    • examples from the essays of Dr. Freud and his followers that would show
    • We have to admit to this quite soberly; it shows how horrified we on
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 6: The Concept of Love as it Relates to Mysticism
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    • concepts of love, as I have shown. This is an evolutionary tendency
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 7: The Philosophy of Psychoanalysis as Illuminated by an Anthroposophical Understanding of the Human Being
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    • exist alongside more recent ones. I have showed you how this manifests
    • this can show us how physical organs that have proceeded further along
  • Title: Human History: Lecture I: The Relation of the Human Being to the Supersensible Worlds
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    • to Nietzsche because it shows how a thinker rises directly from
    • due to these dried up abstractions and if he shows that even in
    • and which show how the conceptual creating prevails in the
    • of thought shows that the thinking is bound to the cerebral
    • shows something typical that the opponents always put forward.
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    • this. I would like to show not only a logical consequence, but
    • following. The later considerations will show how our
    • internally conceived spiritual science showing us: indeed, the
    • While living the spirit shows
    • Dying, however, the spirit shows,
  • Title: Human History: Lecture IV: From Paracelsus to Goethe
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    • definitely shows what that boy Paracelsus let speak to himself
    • put about what the experience of nature directly shows.
    • himself.” This penetrated his whole character; it shows
    • last years: a picture that shows a face in which a lot of
    • already told that Goethe showed this emotional attachment as a
    • state som other traits that would show that in Goethe something
    • ourselves, something faces us that shows in peculiar way how
    • How does he present him? Although he shows
    • you showed your face to me, but not in vain.
    • Goethe cannot show that Faust penetrates so vividly into the
    • details of nature as Paracelsus penetrated; he cannot show that
    • nature. Goethe cannot show how Faust would grow together with
    • nature, but he must show an inner soul development. Faust has
    • showed the type of this time in which one has to work with the
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    • happen in Elijah. Hence, it is important to show the Jahveh idea entering in the
    • appeared, as if he went — a hermit who showed
    • pictorially shown in such a way that he lets the son come to
    • I have shown at the example
    • matter is shown in such a way in the Bible that Naboth owned a
    • shows in a miracle picture what happened as I have told. The
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    • it, because the popular literature shows everything in such a
    • showed a higher developmental level of the mental activities in
    • One has in particular tried there to show
    • actually, why palaeontology, geology, cannot show any documents
    • that those animal forms show the most divergences which have
    • researcher tries to show — because he has still
    • This way shows that it must flow directly
    • Spiritual science shows that this
    • show how natural sciences can only form the prototype to which
    • has to say, already the present human being shows not in daring
    • Nevertheless, natural sciences show their
    • Today it should concern only of showing you
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    • being has shown that the spiritual-scientific answers
    • spiritual-mental forms and, finally, completely show the
    • various matters of spiritual science that I could show in these
    • the world order. It would be now interesting to show how from
    • of biblical and other documents, but the documents showed, in
    • show that the Christian impulse positions itself in the human
    • history shows now that this possibility to ascend wholly
    • pictorial stories the experiences of the initiands are shown
    • necessary co-operation of the temple priests. I wanted to show
    • wanted to show there that it is the sense of development that
    • If we wanted to show how one has to
    • principle became historical, as I have shown. The Mystery of
    • am the I-am ,” is not yet that what shows the human being
    • could show with the talk on the origin of the human being as
    • I have shown that the
    • that in the world evolution which shows that experience which
    • level in the human being. Then spiritual science will show that
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. Spiritual science shows that, before
    • the Christ impulse showing how true the Christ impulse is as
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XI: Human History, Present, and Future in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • show humanity as a whole in his
    • (1784–1791) and to show how in certain times other
    • graves or other places of finding, who show less perfect
    • figures than the civilised humans of today who show such only
    • the usual history already shows that the human soul life has
    • shows that the animals are enmeshed in a kind of logic and
    • and today spiritual-scientific research shows that the form of
    • research but also the outer facts show that we get to another
    • you find the attempt to show not only the
    • You find everything that was shown in this respect represented
    • in the depths of the things what was shown to the old dreamlike
    • of revelation showed to the human being that he was secure as a
    • consciousness which existed like the last rest, shown as
    • is shown how from the mutilated Medusa two beings originate:
    • that wants to show the new constitution of the human soul.
    • intellectual culture, it shows that humanity had to get
    • as awfully as Robert Hamerling may show the killing of a mere
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    • this excellent expert of Aristotle to show what he writes about
    • The thought that had showed its momentum
    • concepts, pieced together, should show the human soul, its
    • something appears that will show again that now, after the
    • a corpse and show you that Aristotle was not right, because the
    • fairy tale; this is a fact that shows that the big facts have
    • following way. Anybody could want to show to another with the
    • spiritual science shows that everything that presents itself as
    • on earth and of karma. It is shown that today one can have the
    • showd the rotation of the earth on its axis with the pendulum
    • experiment which showed the rotation of the plane of
    • shows where from the living comes which goes from life to life.
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    • Yes, two things in the usual life already show that the human
    • With it, we have shown where the teacher of
    • show that he hard remembers, that he faces life with a certain
    • truth is victorious, spiritual science yet shows that in the
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    • years only, and the work of Darwin showed its effect, in
    • his time to show that an outer difference does not exist
    • what shows resemblances and connections between the forms in a
    • itself besides it? In such a way that it shows how the human
    • spiritual world. Spiritual science will show this more and
    • developed the outer forms so admirably, it has shown the
    • to show with it in detail how spiritual science positions
    • down, because every true sight to our life shows the necessity
    • being must not remain limited. It will show that we have to see
    • She shows her appearance only.
    • outer shell shows what the spirit has created. Therefore,
    • She shows her appearance only.
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    • past sixty of seventy years shows this. It is a significant lesson,
    • because it shows that the influence of thought is something quite different
    • have exercised no influence whatever, nobody would have shown any interest
    • develop a feeling which shows us where we can take hold of
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    • development of the modern age has shown the trend of things in a fearfully
    • showed (what I am telling you now, helps us to understand its course)
    • conditions show him this. This increased labour on the part of the workman
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    • ago people had shown the same interest for social problems which they
    • show for them to-day, matters might have taken another course of development,
    • which the great majority of modern men unfortunately has shown no interest
    • is an example which can be applied everywhere, in order to show that
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    • to organise the social structure, they show an absolute distrust in
    • themselves, shows that their words often contain a more or less conscious
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    • thinking shows that you would go astray if you interpreted this
    • research that I have shown in my book How Does One Attain
    • who showed already by the course of his outer life that
    • necessity is the bottomless abyss. With it, Spicker also shows
    • showed that the human being if he wants to strive to a
    • of the human being to spirit and matter shows that the spirit
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    • certain contradictions, just in such a way as life shows them,
    • unity of the personality. The wake consciousness shows that
    • Schopenhauer pursues this example shows clearly that he could
    • carry out are not arbitrary but that they show methodical,
    • imaginations, but realities which spiritual science shows. But
    • worthless. Since if the practical life showed its value
    • but it is reflected, showing two pictures: the non-knowing
    • be added. I have shown two levels of spiritual knowledge. One
    • advanced to show by careful research that just in the physical
    • results, through to genealogy where it is shown that in a
    • Since if one wanted to show really that the qualities of a
    • show that the ancestor has the concerning qualities that with
    • Just the question of destiny shows what I still want to mention
    • the spiritual researcher shows! With unbiased thinking you can
    • have shown them in the sense of Schopenhauer. The human being
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    • is right in this field. In addition, it can also show that
    • of such mystics show that they are averted, indeed, from the
    • researcher shows that also everything that the human being can
    • spiritual-scientific introspection just shows that the more
    • these mental pictures show no true recollection, but that they
    • emerging from the unconscious shows that you can see its
    • efficacy for the human soul life. This meeting shows that the
    • senses showed, but that it overcame it courageously. If one
    • to death, as if it goes along. However, spiritual science shows
    • that the spiritual researcher shows above all in what way the
    • true soul being is found, and while he shows this way,
    • that the soul being is immortal if one shows the way by which
    • Hence, I have shown last time just with reference to the
    • one kind of which I have shown with the development of
    • They show that they are still materialistically minded
    • of life praxis by a kind of spiritual research shows that he
    • another outer means shows just that he is completely permeated
    • show that he could fully be up to this work. The things were
    • thwarting of both life streams shows how at the moment when
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    • shows brilliantly, even if the still varying research results
    • can show that for all that which goes forward in the process of
    • memory later, that all is nicely shown by Theodor Ziehen. If
    • this is right; however, this shows only that in his soul the
    • the human being with the outer sensory world, but shows
    • way as I have just described it? Spiritual science shows there
    • Spiritual science shows now that we have generally to speak of
    • sciences will show that in future too. If we look, however, at
    • show if one reacted to the real scientific results of the
    • will show that also the body if it is considered as an
    • shown.
    • While she shows him that the body is an expression and sign of
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture V: The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
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    • the last talk, I tried to show that one has to ascribe to
    • nobody can actually doubt that this can be shown for certain
    • perception to show which, actually, the relation is between the
    • have shown that Fichte advances to such an invisible body from
    • show this today, I have to look for the access to this question
    • taste, a more precise examination would show that, besides,
    • This is exceptionally important, because it shows that the
    • Spiritual science shows now that in the will impulse just the
    • the spiritual. As the dream shows the weakened sensory
    • knowledge this way, the destiny shows the reinforced effect of
    • Spiritual science just shows what appears here again as a
    • world view, he said something strange in the preface. He shows
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • science has to say about its results. Indeed, thus one can show
    • exceptionally significant that shows finally, how the
    • showing them in the first volume of his Psychology in
    • life, as the physiological psychologists show it correctly, has
    • fall off his horse. It is not anything that would show a way
    • while he showed in his antinomies that one can think for
    • does. However, such a quotation shows that the prevailing
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • recently has not shown everything that exists there? Only
    • mentioned already once that spiritual science shows where from
    • head shows that it is a metamorphosed rest of the organism; the
    • rest of the organism shows that it does not yet have become
    • I wanted to show that real self-knowledge leads to the beyond
    • itself which I have shown today to the beyond of the soul and
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture I: The Nature of Spiritual Science and Its Significance for the Present
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    • single examples, I want to show in which way spiritual science
    • is essential within the physical existence. I want to show: if
    • have explained the being of spiritual science showing how one
    • science goes over gradually to showing from its observations
    • should happen in order to show how that who stands on the
    • something essential that one cannot show in the sensory world,
    • perfection. This shows that the spiritual life grows out of the
    • someone who can show you how in certain cases of illness
    • experience shows — so small, so slight that they are
    • attempted with all available means to show that the human
    • human beings today. The historical progress shows that new
    • adequate to him. For it shows that the same human beings who
    • only to collect material from the most different sides to show
    • Then, indeed, one cannot show the uniform, the monon (the
    • get a worldview by our senses and our reason that does not show
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    • considerations — can show, nevertheless, that this mental
    • Nevertheless, the moment of waking up shows something
    • origins of the spiritual life is shown wrongly, completely
    • different; the mirror shows only the form, maybe also the
    • inside, the mirror cannot show all that to you, it shows only
    • senses show to you; they limit you to what is commensurate to
    • Observation shows that the concepts which we have only
    • lack the mirror for it. Only the spiritual researcher can show
    • spiritual research shows that, indeed, the dreams are based on
    • immediate experience, shows that beside the life, as it runs in
    • being can get perception in the higher worlds. All that shows
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture VII: How Does One Attain Knowledge of the Spiritual World?
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    • of life at first — which really showed the longing of the
    • it also showed the more or less admitted impossibility to get
    • in his way. It was completely abstruse to him to show an
    • truth in beauty, in art, and when I tried to show that there
    • passage from Herman Grimm's lectures on Goethe that shows what
    • The Nature of Sleep has shown how the human being is
    • spiritual world. In detail these things are shown in their
    • there in detail can be shown here summarising it briefly that
    • teach the Pythagorean tenet to it. This shows clearly that the
    • the world being in one point with all showers of reverence and
    • I would like to present a simple thought that shows that the
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture VIII: Predisposition, Talent and Education of the Human Being
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    • science also shows if we do not look at catchwords and
    • show, for example, that the brain is still an uncertain,
    • shows quite different sides, although the outer psychology
    • How often just the motherly element is shown in history: from
    • shown in my essay The Education of the Child from the
    • organisation, shows rigid qualities, which are unalterable.
    • This can show that one can dress what is unassailable quite
    • shows us how the pictorial, vivid imagination twitches in our
    • the clock shows the time, but we could not use it if the human
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    • order to show that one piece follows the one stream of
    • which deal with Moses. Since what does spiritual science show
    • as a characteristic of the biblical portrayals? It shows that
    • personality, with these or those people are shown in such a way
    • then one realises that he wants to show the whole history of
    • With Moses, I want to show how a personality intervenes in the
    • world was shown in pictures, and that these pictures were
    • significant ones in this field. He showed in it that certain
    • spiritual forces of his soul. If now should be shown that such
    • shown better than that one says: this person had to go through
    • Then the Bible shows outer experiences of Moses. There we
    • priestly sage is shown in such a way that he meets the seven
    • given to show that in the time for which this is described the
    • not understand each other. The portrayals should show that
    • culture can live. This is clearly shown in the way in which
    • I have shown in the preceding talks that the clairvoyant
    • can realise in the Bible that the author endeavours to show
    • by their view, which showed vividly what would happen. This was
    • favourable hour. This fact is described and is shown: Moses
    • clairvoyant is still shown later where it should be decided
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    • show in the so-called spectroscope, and because the same
    • the attraction of the heavenly bodies and the atoms. He showed:
    • Schramm could show how completely according to the same law two
    • Julius Robert Mayer had shown already during the forties of the
    • succeeded in showing how after the model of astronomical
    • belts and could show: there is a certain movement — we
    • Du Bois-Reymond showed with some certainty, one must also say,
    • emitted. This has been shown apodictically by such
    • However, physics shows in the second law of the mechanical
    • show by all kinds of considerations that it is natural that, as
    • Arrhenius shows wittily that the cosmic dust that approaches to
    • heavenly bodies. Generally, these matters can show how
    • one heavenly body to the other. This shows that in the present
    • could show there that we can trace back the earth to a
    • was in a process of decomposition. That knowledge shows —
    • what is shown more exactly in the Occult Science —
    • Science. There is shown how our earth has gradually
    • and any speculation, shows that a planetary predecessor of our
    • shows that really the material under our feet is dying off. In
    • Origin?, we have shown that geology has advanced so far to
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture I: Haeckel, the Riddles of the World and Theosophy
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    • weaves. — This shows rather clearly, how Haeckel has a
    • comparison. Somebody who shows interest in such matters finds
    • description: everything that the art historian shows here is
    • is important that the sense-perceptible was shown once
    • We have every reason to show which great things were performed
    • know). It was an important action and shows an important
    • —, just as little one can show the fact of the
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture II: Our International Situation. War, Peace and Spiritual Science
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    • continued the matter. He could show with animals and tribes
    • view: nature shows us that the apes struggled against each
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture III: Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Soul and Spirit of the Human Being
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    • state countless things of the German culture that would show
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture IV: Spiritual Science and the Social Question
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    • speak once about this subject just to show how spiritual
    • life. We could show that with the boom of our industry —
    • find the components that show us the way where we are in life
    • — Spiritual science can show us this basic fact, putting
    • dryly, it shows us by deeper views on life that poverty, grief
    • any achievement and shows this way that he regards the
    • core and fetches truth there can show us the true face of the
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture V: The Question of Women's Rights
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    • just the educational question of the women has shown wonderful
    • just shows us that we have to look deeper into the human being,
    • only to look around a little bit with those peoples who show
    • shows the question of women's rights from the male and female
    • show with it that he has familiarised himself emphatically with
    • you have the example of a woman who has shown not only in any
    • those matters which have also shown us the question of women's
    • sensory body of the plant, only shows a tremendous dilettantism
    • way, as if the changes of the astral body are shown by the
    • body. Hence, the woman shows apparently male traits connected
    • shows rather female traits sometimes. However, with reference
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VI: The Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Human Races
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    • the earth evolution. They show us how the human being
    • tried to show that there are other methods and means to find
    • experience, and only a comparison should show us where from
    • spiritual science shows us that a being did not originate from
    • Looking at the animals, we can say that they show the stages of
    • memory. The Mongolian languages show that they originated at a
    • particular. I wanted to show today only how in the different
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VII: The Core of Wisdom in the Religions
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    • original old teachings, shows us how great and stupendous and,
    • the religion shows this core of truth, which I have just
    • which shows the religious truth as something childish; and that
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VIII: Fraternity and the Struggle for Existence
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    • economic functionary, and lobbyist) tried to show that the
    • zoologist) in 1880 where he showed that the actual progressive
    • which one really did. If ever it was shown once that one can be
    • the Middle Ages to show how the practice became so strong just
    • basic useful skills. They showed a materialistic life only,
    • What does spiritual science show to us? It shows a higher
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture IX: Inner Development
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture X: Christmas as Symbol of the Sun's Victory
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    • you showed your face to me, but not in vain.
    • They were put into them first, so that they showed an immediate
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XI: The Christian Teachings of Wisdom
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    • fact that this could happen shows us that something of the
    • show real understanding of the anthroposophic striving. One
    • oftener happened here in these talks. Today I can show it only
    • figuratively, and Christian and pre-Christian thinkers showed
    • Mystical Fact (CW 8). I wanted to show not the mysticism of
    • Then He speaks again to us, then He shows us that He is there
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XII: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • remember what I have shown to you on this map, take note of it,
    • worldview shows us that everything that rests in our souls is
    • — if one wants to show it popularly in one short hour
    • This teaching of reincarnation of the being, which shows us the
    • into this world with the highest glory, showing that
    • certainty. It shows us that nothing is accidental that we do
    • where he downright shows the reincarnation in the earth-life.
    • eternal alternation.” Goethe shows the soul that way. It
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    • theosophical worldview shows that a god lives in the human
    • sensual love at first. That is why Jehovah is shown in the
    • The biblical myth also shows this also wonderfully. The gods
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIV: The Children of Lucifer
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    • of Lucifer shows us that the living creating of the artist
    • that he wanted to show how this Greek tragedy came into being
    • supernatural figures which did not show only what happens in
    • it? It was shown in the mysteries as the creator of that in the
    • unisexual — a deeper look into nature shows this —,
    • persons is shown. Phosphorus sees the Caesar principle
    • free; they are expelled. While they show the life of the future
    • the spiritual development of humanity. He has shown this sight
    • initiates up to Christ Jesus. He has shown this human tableau,
    • concerned with symbolism that shows us the god in the external
    • artist and shows more than all theosophical dogmatics what a
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XV: Germanic and Indian Secret Doctrines
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    • distinctly. Next time I venture to show how in a newer epoch of
    • and 19th centuries. Today, however, I would like to show
    • the East in such a peculiar, spiritual way will show us how
    • really exist as experience shows. The human being belongs to
    • the basic teaching of all world cultures shows that certain
    • spiritual beings ask questions he has to answer. He shows how
    • explains this nicely where he shows how the legend of the Lady
    • Laistner then shows something else. I must tell this because
    • not show him only parts of the usual reality as memories, but
    • we would find that that is reflected in it, which I have shown
    • cultures. What I have shown in great thoughts and outlines as
    • variously. Look at Wotan. What is shown to us by him? These
    • three stages of initiation are shown to us. One tells us first
    • plane to which humanity has developed. These things show in no
    • side of theosophy or spiritual science. It shows how passions
    • a black body on the other side. What does she show? She shows
    • shown as the male principle. We have there the female soul that
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVI: German Theosophists at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
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    • should be shown that the human being cannot automatically
    • What is self-consciousness for our time? One shows it as a
    • theosophy wants to show how the human being soars the divine,
    • of the Enlightenment to acquire an uncertain feeling. It showed
    • great human beings and shows that we can learn from them even
    • gentle and shows the spiritual life from a completely different
    • Every animal shows certain human qualities one-sidedly
    • the Essence of Human Freedom. There he shows that God is
    • mysteries and showed how Christianity originated from them and
    • special sense, Fichte shows quite clearly that he knew what
    • works, and contributed much to show the Greek mythology in the
    • was shown later by the respective authors. You can learn much
    • the Novices of Sais he shows how Hyazinth gets to
    • shows to us that we only need to understand. This is
    • and to show how they were theosophists. In a theosophical way,
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVII: Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods
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    • The everyday life already shows us how every human being is,
    • then, indeed, his figure grows into the superhuman. We can show
    • to show how from the point of view of deepened spiritual
    • myths. This disappearance of the astral consciousness is shown
    • shown in the fact that Siegfried, who was already engaged with
    • in time when the old gods perished is shown cosmically with the
    • the myth shows this allegorically, and in this fact, it appears
    • shows Siegfried as the soul which has gone through initiation
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVIII: Parzival and Lohengrin
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    • John the Baptist shows this following the baptism of Jesus: a
    • delight” (Mark 1:11). The Holy Grail is shown in the
    • Whereas Parzival shows how the human being finds a higher ego
    • higher ego, Lohengrin shows how the medieval folk goes through
    • general, the soul is shown as female and that which surrounds
    • always shown as female.
    • and tremendously shown in the legend.
    • it. All great proceedings of humanity are shown in this way.
    • from the earthly human body. This mission was shown in both
    • tried to show the pure love that makes the human being
    • Victors in a Christian-modern way. He shows Parzival as
    • is free of desires. Richard Wagner nicely shows the
    • Christian one. He shows how it is gained on one side by the
    • Wagner endeavours to show the Holy Grail. For years, he pursued
    • Wagner appropriately shows the greatness that is in it. The
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIX: The Easter Festival
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    • Christianity, the symbol of Christianity was shown in the cross
    • Colchis. Christ Jesus calls himself God's lamb, and he is shown
    • together. Paracelsus shows the human being significantly as a
    • showed his awakening at Good Friday in his Divine
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    • would like to read out another remark that shows you how he
    • Therefore, such an example shows us that we have to go in
    • knocked down a year hence, but you must show your shame after a
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XXII: Jacob Boehme
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    • in order to get a picture, a face that shows everything to us
    • of world evolution understands it, no scientific view has shown
    • shows how the spiritual human being already existed in the
    • planets. He shows the connection of the planets with the human
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 1: Prelude to the Threefold Commonwealth
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    • spiritual path had never led to Goethe. What might show
    • symptoms revealing inmost thoughts and feelings shows
    • Whoever makes that objection shows that he does no
    • exhibitions where you show him pictures, do you believe
    • to a hundredfold — in order to show you a picture
    • have already shown just how state-absorbtion of spiritual
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 2: Esoteric Prelude to an Exoteric Consideration of the Social Question I
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    • world. In possessing this spiritual wealth we show
    • to show how spiritual-scientific research points out the
    • Riddles of the Soul, showing that a human being
    • from the sense world. Spiritual research shows, for
    • this all shows you, my dear friends, that in regard to
    • human impulses. To men capable of perception this shows
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 3: Esoteric Prelude to an Exoteric Consideration of the Social Question II
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    • shows also how necessary spiritual science is to mankind
    • I showed
    • showed you how such individuals as for example Fritz
    • show a kind of despair of the possibility of one's really
    • show window and found he was facing himself in the glass.
    • these are extreme cases to show you the difference
    • a great deal in this connection that would show you,that
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 4: Pedagogy, from the Standpoint of the History of Culture
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture I: The Mission of Occult Science in Our Time
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    • dark is meant. The talk itself shows you why I just use this
    • senses show in the outside world which our mind can take up in
    • supersensible things when we have shown that even life
    • to say one thing that should show typically how ambiguous the
    • cognitive faculties of the human being. You have shown that he
    • have examined your cognitive faculties; you have shown exactly
    • how far one can come with them. You have shown that one cannot
    • world, to whom personal experience was what I want to show in
    • necessary today to show how to use the scientific truths, as
    • know nothing at all about that matter. Three ways are shown:
    • show them how they can attain the highest deepening by
    • talks will show this, the today's talk should be only a kind of
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture II: Natural Science Facing a Crucial Decision
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    • necessary. Rather I want to show how one must look at the
    • came with the overabundant wealth of facts that show how the
    • Ostwald showed that for the logical thinking the
    • facts, which show that one can treat lifeless substance with
    • to the smallest particles. Others show clearly that for a big
    • natural sciences in the crossroads and to show how the one
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture III: The Knowledge of Soul and Spirit
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    • I have held two weeks ago here, spiritual science has to show
    • to the talk eight days ago where we could show how any
    • otherwise very meritorious that the plant shows the same
    • this shows a certain response to this stimulus. Calling this
    • it shows a change of form or, otherwise, any outer reaction,
    • himself from the material existence. Spiritual science shows
    • Thus, spiritual science also shows how the spirit builds up the
    • we are led to the border which shows us — considering mind,
    • show how one gets correct concepts of the soul and spirit using
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture IV: Initiation
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    • itself and is self-contained. I wanted to show in it how the
    • describe never did take place, but that what it shows has
    • shows how he can gradually develop the strength that leads him
    • shown in the fiery-liquid metal feet. A later future state is
    • shown with the fiery sword that comes out of the mouth, and
    • eyes originate which show the world of the flooding spiritual
    • with the words with which we want to close. They show how the
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    • round the human being — we have shown this in the preceding
    • scenery. It has to show how the everlasting life, how karma
    • science has to show various things. It cannot show the
    • beatitudes behind the scenery of life without showing the
    • for him. This is true. However, it also shows how he can
    • overcome any fear of these enemies. It shows how he can face
    • Blissful is that to whom she shows her appearance only.
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    • single animals show expressions of intelligence. As well as you
    • being that waited longest, descended latest, shows the biggest
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    • examples of the large quantity that may show how quickly those
    • thinking in this field shows us that human beings have made all
    • science shows this true nature of the human being, shows his
    • however, shows that the entire existence is not included in the
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    • realises how root and blossom show the expression of both
    • and casts cool, fragrant showers all about it.
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    • shows how a world system originates in microcosm in a liquid
    • number of members. Above all the spiritual science shows us
    • science shows that — when the human being lies in the dreamless
    • there. Spiritual science shows that the human astral body is
    • observation and own experience, one can show, so to speak,
    • subtle inner work of the human being. We can show that
    • feelings and the will-impulses more powerful. We can show how
    • they work on this astral body: the astral body shows after some
    • such a way that it is able to react on us. Thereby one shows
    • us. It shows its existence by the fact of the
    • that we have often applied to show how the spiritual researcher
    • external-physical picture that the spiritual researcher shows:
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    • show them in another light.
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    • succeeded in liquefying the air. They have succeeded in showing
    • We have shown the concept
    • world, it becomes clear that this conversion of energy shows,
    • principle shows that all energy must change into heat at last,
    • just this principle is which shows the physical end of our
    • one has shown that if substances combine chemically with each
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    • but it should show people that there is a way and how this way may be
    • has shown that the thoughts prevailing for half a century and more,
    • years, has not been willing to show itself. Instead of the feeble thinking
    • — my object was to show that here and there people were to be
    • what matters is that the Spirit should be shown and proved able really
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    • for example, from the standpoint of Spiritual Science, and this shows
    • are shown the necessity for the sound social organism to be threefold.
    • made to drive out all that shows itself in an unsound and sectarian
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    • What is showing itself everywhere in the external world is simply being
    • Lenin shows, for example,
    • shows that in the present condition of things all the education needed
    • in the most dreadful way, its fetters have been shown.
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    • external world shows me for that changes each moment. I try to paint
    • in the life of rights, the same course can be shown; everywhere there
    • driven to the final consequence of middle-class egoism shown in the
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    • I have shown this in an
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    • men into galleries and have seen how false it is to show them anything
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    • material to our recent considerations. The primary aim has been to show
    • cultural life, is so urgently needed. Our studies also set out to show
    • This famous professor of physiology sets out to show that politics ought
    • the different stages of organization, in various organisms, shows that
    • Ancient Saturn evolution. It shows us that what lives within us as soul
    • warmth. We are shown how we are related to the primordial warmth, pervaded
    • Spiritual science shows
    • The courage shown today
    • This example shows the extent
    • of spiritual cognition shows that where force is supposed to be active
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    • shows there were human beings who were conscious, through direct personal
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    • in our movement which can show how spiritual science affects man's whole
    • when he shows the first signs of warm understanding for the spiritual
    • Him. Hermann Bahr is at pains to show that throughout the evolution
    • man to truth. However, blaming reason simply shows that the matter has
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    • other a shrinking away from such knowledge. Many things show that the
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    • of Freedom. These works set out to show that when we form concepts
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    • I wanted to show where Lessing,
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    • falsifications, as I have shown in my book that will be published shortly.
    • he seemingly shows little respect for such virtues as selflessness and
    • show so little interest in spiritual knowledge. The real reason is,
    • "To the Princes and Heads of States." Andrae wanted to show
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    • can show us the way and can lead us into the depths of the
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    • Christ which is given by God, for this is how God must be shown
    • Christ, which God gave unto him to show his servants, and he
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    • whereas a finer observation shows that all things must be
    • Thus I have tried to show you the second thing which belongs to
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    • showed himself in the thinking and feeling of the tortured
    • Templars. He will show himself before the end of this century
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    • were welded together with the Slovaks in a way that shows a
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    • This shows that our time is being taken hold of by a spiritual
    • shower the comet didn't come back at all. It was a wonderful
    • shower of meteors; as if a nocturnal fire in the sky was
    • comet stayed together his calculations showed that a real
    • this shower of light was there in the 1870s. The comet's
    • the earth as a shower of luminous meteors ever since, and the
    • to rule it in a shower of golden light at the end of the
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    • still occurs there, and here the Son always shows men the way
    • also be shown for the wine. Christ shows the way; the
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture 10: Disputa and The School of Athens of Raphael
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    • relates more to the lower part of the first sketch, still shows a very
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    • general terms shows itself with special clarity in the realm which in
    • the dogmas showed a totally different content. The content of the
    • which the Folk-Soul was striving showed itself with great clarity.
    • him from Middle-Europe, from the inner call to show the biblical matters.
    • This showing was not only so that the figures which occur in the bible
    • — that there shows just in this small kind of painting, what is
    • of a prayer book which shows “The Birth of Christ.” We know
    • strong desire to show through pictures what is happening. What a Madonna
    • can see immediately. What is shown is the most beautiful that can manifest
    • Which shows what I just
    • shows. One senses much of what has happened before, of what one knows
    • something is happening. And what is shown is a scene from a before and
    • before and after. Even if each single thing is shown — the pictorial
    • each other of the two impulses which I characterized, shows itself
    • especially clearly. And now, in order to show you the forces which were
    • that the two previous pictures, which we have shown the pictures by
    • age. What I have shown you then, are pictures of following ages. Between
    • note a looking at the model, so that the soul shows by itself what it has
    • That, in fact is realism. There, naturalism shows itself. And we can
    • place this fact before your souls once more, by showing you two painters
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    • equally intensively for wakefulness. In no age has humanity shown itself
    • there, where it shows its reality, on the sarcophagus, to bring it together
    • shows itself in the fourth post-Atlantean time-space, must connect itself
    • to show especially how here the manner of working grows out of the nature
    • (13), from where I can show you how again, the motifs were completely
    • development of history for a long time, these things which show themselves
    • show to you, how one motif is developing. That is: The joining together
    • to show how this working together of the old time with the new would
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    • We wanted to show you these
    • the Apostles I would like to show you. And we see here the third
    • I will show you become the starting point for the Renaissance artists,
    • show again in:
    • show you just two more pictures, where you can see that which came over
    • influences that I have shown you. Here we have a pure Nordic product
    • Christ on the Cross: Dürer which will show you the same
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    • us how the Christ figure changed through the centuries. I have shown
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    • Luke shows us His immeasurable capacity for sacrifice.
    • Gospel of St. John we are shown how with his wisdom and
    • people. It shows us how the qualities that were
    • mankind's evolution. The Gospel of St. Matthew shows us a
    • presented in that Gospel shows us that the Cosmos itself
    • eyes to these heights. It shows us three men, three Magi,
    • therefore shown how the blood of Jesus of Nazareth leads
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    • exactitude, however, it is possible to show, even through
    • in order to show that when the aid of external
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    • altogether different. The intention is to show that the
    • attempts to show that versions of the Lord's Prayer
    • basis has this been proved? — I am trying to show
    • lectures show clearly what it is that can be developed.
    • an Ego-being, one would have to show how each of his
    • now clearly shown that only chosen ones, only those who
    • of man's being show how the when filled with Christ,
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    • expressions used in the Sermon on the Mount show clearly
    • natural, entirely understandable. He wanted also to show
    • Gospel. It is first of all shown how, after the
    • new impulse. But then it is shown how He worked upon His
    • around Him. How is this shown? By the fact that for
    • you have been shown what form this increasing experience
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    • showed that he now recognized Christ not only as a
    • scenes in St. Matthew's Gospel show how Christ leads the
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    • to-day that geniuses too show undoubted similarities.
    • of showing what can be wrought on Earth by the Sun
    • another when it was desirable to show him that certain
    • things show how necessary it is to approach with due
    • stars, my desire has been to show how this language of
    • Close study of the Gospels will show clearly that as a
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    • only come forward when Anthroposophy shows itself not as
    • Chemistry, Physics, Physiology, bit when Anthroposophy shows
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    • to certain things. I wanted to show how in such an imaginative
    • are truly and correctly expressed. I wanted to show that in the times
    • Eriugena stood opposed to the other monks of his time shows how
    • this fundamental difference of approach showed itself in the
    • he wanted to show that the Greeks created art in order to have something
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    • behold the Trinity, for in reality Christ shows and makes manifest
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    • phenomenon that shows that we are really making progress. The
    • There is one thing that shows the
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    • would have tragedy presented to show how the protagonist goes
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    • a relationship will be established which may show what
    • nevertheless, if we follow them, they show themselves full of
    • they only show peculiar conceptions which burrow in the depths
    • consuming quality. This would show itself more and more, the
    • of hereditary traits would show signs of old age much earlier
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    • the spiritists, Vischer states such a place where he shows what
    • quotation by him by which he shows how he felt placed
    • extent. While the persons whom these dramas show are taken out
    • just show the necessity and the validity of spiritual science
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    • various writings. Nevertheless, I would like to show the
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    • order to show the authorisation of the confessions. One demands
    • exposed to dangers in the outer world, to heavy showers,
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    • experiments that show that this law also applies to the human
    • Occult Science. An Outline, in which I have shown what
    • I show that one enters into a world that does not at all
    • re-appear. I also bring in this to show how the experiences of
    • There I would like to show using certain research results of
    • precise research shows that that which is metabolism, for
    • have already shown in my Philosophy of Freedom that one
    • will still explain it further. I wanted to show how the concept
    • want to explain tomorrow. Today I only wanted to show that
    • However, I also wanted to show that for the spirit quite
    • Blissful is that to whom she shows
    • “Blissful is that to whom she shows
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    • since centuries and which showed to advantage in particular in
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    • Hence, spiritual science shows that the nature of dream, for
    • Spiritual science shows that it is true that something
    • Spiritual science shows that this is a wrong opinion. The state
    • Spiritual science now shows that it sees with the beholding
    • therefore, he has formed such concepts of nature as they show
    • wants to show: as the embryo has the ectoderm, the human being
    • with either — or everywhere, but that concepts show
    • (1818-1883) has shown with urgent logic an expression of that
    • very interesting book in which he wants to show that the
    • considerations show that one has already done the attempt to
    • sketchily today, I would let culminate it, while I show that
    • suggestions with this last talk to show that spiritual science
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    • Now, his proofs just consist of the fact that he shows how the
    • substantial proofs arise while one shows the ways which
    • already show that that is more or less justified which I tell
    • With it, I have shown that by a particular carefully prepared
    • show that to us. We bring some persons to him who may know
    • odd as it sounds, it is in such a way. I have shown how the
    • memory, as I have shown it, for two to three days, one also
    • themselves more and more from the bodily and show their
    • Nothing is wronger than this. Spiritual research shows if it
    • would like to show that spiritual science attains concrete
    • order to show how the usual consciousness behaves to spiritual
    • These objections just show that the will does not exist to go
    • which it shows but the colour spots. If one does that with
    • tomorrow. But I wanted to show the fact also with the help of a
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    • “Blissful is that to whom she shows
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    • contents of the dream not as reality, but it even shows that
    • life. He showed carefully that someone who cannot understand
    • wake day life in all human feelings. Spiritual research shows
    • by the fact that he shows what the soul accomplishes to get to
    • as I have shown in my book The Riddle of Man. You have
    • wants to show with a certain astuteness that everything that
    • tried in its radical form to show somewhere how the concepts of
    • science shows the everlasting essence of the human being about
    • human being. Natural sciences show only the one, not the other
    • Freedom, while I tried to show how the human being really
    • which shows that the human being has his spiritual beside his
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    • itself in the feeling already shows not only the impact of the
    • development of the will life that shows us, how we are
    • show that everything that is associated with the will impulses
    • shows with reference to the will. Since the will is an
    • such mental pictures arise, which show that the feeling is a
    • result of the whole life between birth and death, which show
    • conception, which show that the will is the embryonic of that
    • natural sciences. Tomorrow I would just like to show this.
    • human being to the everlasting of his soul. It will show that
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    • (1853-1915, American pathologist). This example shows like many
    • of countless experiences which show how little, actually, the
    • just shows that the process of sense perception that we
    • love in their youth and have shown the characteristic: if they
    • that I have meant, while I showed that to the imagining which
    • beyond the picture. Natural sciences show, what you can find is
    • picture. — Spiritual science shows: while you develop a
    • higher consciousness, you show that that what exists for the
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    • he must also have the other experience that shows that the
    • drawing which such persons show who exhibited great capacity
    • This only shows that with the usual writing the human
    • well as I have shown today how spiritual science originates,
    • doing and willing. I would like to show that the day after
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    • that showed them how everything is connected with reality,
    • of cinemas where one likes something to be shown that one only
    • science will deepen this spiritually and show how the
    • — The Catholic cardinal showed with it only that he could
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    • demonstrate conclusively that what shows itself to begin with in such
    • in ordinary day-to-day life, show so great a dependence upon bodily
    • peepshow; but through Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge
    • for their perception. Something else now shows itself as a fact of
    • science has to show in concrete detail how this divine ordering of
    • definite; and we can show how the anxiety which occurs in the second
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    • concludes Greek philosophy. Plotinus (~204-270) shows
    • Aristotelian philosophy cannot show
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    • Thus, one can show concerning the single organs of the body how
    • This shows how one thinks progressively
    • have shown in the second part of my
    • actually. Today I attempted to show that that Cistercian
    • indeed a lie. Since I have shown today how you can find the
    • These considerations should show that the
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    • This shows at least some understanding of what has happened. There
    • rest of my soul-life, it plainly shows me that it cannot have existed
    • recollection must become something different, and we have shown what
    • reflection that if anyone wishes to show by the example of lemonade
    • We have shown in this
    • but should grasp with comprehension the connections which show us:
    • things which can show us how we must view the world in order to
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    • research shows very frequently that it is not until a subsequent
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    • Little can be shown
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    • and Plant,” you will see that it was a matter of showing how
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture I: The New Form of Wisdom
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    • These lectures will show you that it is possible for truth to flow
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    • proceeded, floating free; and this picture would have shown you that
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    • this process, we should have been shown somewhat as follows: We should
    • the Sun in such a way as to show it the same side, it never turned its
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    • culture, but over in India another arose, that still showed
    • thus the character of this old Indian culture is shown in the desire
    • their towers show the seven-story development which man first
    • discovered in the heavenly bodies; so too do the Pyramids show
    • crafty Odysseus. Still more plainly is this shown in a picture which
    • the love which still flowed in the earlier blood shows greater and
    • own strength. The mission of Spiritual Science is to show mankind this
    • ourselves stand; we must now show how it will evolve further, and how
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    • the larynx. The voice becomes deeper. This shows you clearly how these
    • voluntary muscle. Thus it already shows the rudiments of this in its
    • as old knowledge acts as a disintegrating force, as is shown in
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    • initiate. He shows us mankind's evolution in pictures and these
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    • incident, which shows how even such things as this may happen.
    • which shows itself in this corner of life from week to week,
    • and so forth. But amongst the people who showed themselves at
    • truly, were the kind of souls that quite peculiarly showed, how
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture II: The Theosophical Society: A Common Body with a Conscious Self. Blavatsky Phenomenon
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    • perhaps be allowed to show you the way in which, out of this
    • my mind's eye had shown me in the dark-room. —
    • them I tried to show the whole line of evolution from Buddha to
    • history of mankind's evolution, as shown in its
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture III: Critical Judgment and Colour of the Times
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    • for examining into the state of the facts, do show themselves,
    • any signs that showed themselves on the horizon of its
    • propose to show?
    • shows, that down below, at the bottom of the human being, there
    • greater stiffness of brain showed itself, as a fact, mostly in
    • which only showed itself again one might say, twenty years
    • day, I would undertake to show that Thomas Aquinas was a
    • by any means to smuggle in Catholicism; but he wanted to show,
    • wanted to show. He wanted to show us, that the reason why
    • weapons. That was what his lecture was intended to show.
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    • lips; one must show that such things are proper to the
    • when this was not available, we were shown into something which
    • Anti-christianity which showed itself in Blavatsky was, from
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture V: Anti-Christianity. - The Healing of the Gulf.
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    • the various impulses entering into it; and then to show how the
    • Golgotha. — This is what I tried to show in this
    • then of itself shows that the supposition was a right one: Thus
    • just one, to show how, step by step, the attempt was made to
    • consciousness. I showed, that time, here, must be
    • show the materialistic West, how far superior the spiritual
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VI: The Two First Periods of the Anthroposophic Movement
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    • on the blank side. — Things, however, like this showed,
    • showed how the personal element became introduced into what
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VII: The Third Stage: The Present Day. - Life-Conditions of the Anthroposophical Society
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    • this, my dear friends, I would like to show you the latest
    • my dear friends, simply shows that he is going about asleep in
    • began to show itself somewhat markedly, my dear friends,
    • period. And there were external signa too in which it showed
    • ‘internal opposition’ showed itself.
    • things besides, all showing how very strongly the kind of thing
    • you know, they are not understood. They are symptoms, and show
    • the people had sufficiently shown by their whole idiotic
    • they had shown, that what they wanted was something entirely
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    • World-Conception,1 I tried to show how it
    • Lily,2 through which he wished to show
    • needed to be shown that Man himself is the seat of the divine
    • single human individual was shown to reside the source of the
    • second book, in which he showed that all ideals exist, strictly
    • One required to show in what a terrible error Nietzsche was
    • Nietzsche's own starting-point, and showing that these
    • show this: — that in tracing the history of
    • thing, however, will be plain from all I have been showing you,
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    • also, at times, showed a preference for either the mystical or
    • may be traced back, and shown to have its origin in that Great
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    • (The italics are ours.) Further, it has been shown that
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    • many other cases, it can be shown that fundamentally there is
    • which will show us the way by which we may be freed from
    • at some later period be repeated, merely shows that he has not
    • development is shown in the advance from the ancient Eastern
    • showing that it is the after-glow of a cosmic conception, the sun
    • showing at the same time that in all which has actuality in
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    • it was a sign that He was rewarding mankind and showering
    • obtained through Spiritual Science show that Elisha, in virtue of
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    • development in the material plane, and it was his mission to show
    • proved. These material investigations have simply shown that we
    • to show that the history of mankind — World History — is not
    • has there been my object to show how the whole plan and design
    • I have shown in the book to which I have just referred) we find
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture IX
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    • “True, you showed him the door, but he ran and came
    • show you how the whole meaning and course of the
    • as a matter of fact, already happened. My aim is to show
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    • shows very clearly how the first Elohim — Jahve or
    • attention is paid. All the indications show that
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    • that as scientific calculations already show, a time will
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    • from what everyday life shows, patched up as it is with so many
    • shows the aberrations of the will.
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    • It shows how one can be full of all kinds of vanity and
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    • But he uses words only as a means to show how the spirit flows
    • Guardian of the Threshold shows you the third beast of which we
    • to show that the intentions indicated during the Christmas
    • that person shows by his attitude that the opposite is the
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    • independently than previously in the soul, shows itself to be
    • Feeling shows itself to be related to the forces which hold man
    • Mysteries of all times, that the abyss is shown to the adept
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    • Your animality will be shown
    • would like the book to show us the sequence of thoughts; that
    • Threshold directs to those who come to the threshold by showing
    • Your animality will be shown
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    • visionaries. These people show by their behavior that they are
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    • which does not directly show in its form the cosmic image.
    • And least of all does the limbs-metabolism-organization show
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    • Then the angel who shows
    • The one who wants to shows to you
    • 1.) The one who wants to show to you
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    • consciousness immediately shows its maya; for it is maya when
    • than the Thrones. They do not show themselves in the
    • formations. They show us their tools in the lightning bolts.
    • They do not show us their being in the lightning bolts, only
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    • Then the Guardian of the Threshold shows us how thinking, feeling
    • written on the blackboard. (Writing is always shown in
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    • which shows us the right direction, while Lucifer on one side
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    • seriously is shown by the fact that since the relatively
    • These verses have not only shown us how our
    • existence, they have also shown us what our souls will feel
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    • earnest countenance. And he shows us how our willing, our
    • we carry within us from the spirit of our times, is shown to us
    • When the Guardian shows us this - the shattering picture of our
    • has shown us this picture, he approaches us in order to give us
    • varied ways he shows us what he first showed us in the forms of
    • the beasts, what he then showed us in the form as it pertains
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    • has shown us how the forces of our inner humanity —
    • Beings of the spiritual world; after the Guardian has shown us
    • divine-spiritual powers as the three beasts, which are shown to
    • shows us the path forward, which leads to ennoblement in
    • After he first showed us how we should stand in respect to our
    • thinking, feeling and willing, he shows us — in the
    • Then he shows us how we can delve down into feeling, how in
    • when he shows us how from the depths of the earth, which draws
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    • which show the true nature of his present willing, feeling and
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    • thus showing us an image of ourselves, which in turn shows us
    • Then we reached the Guardian of the Threshold. He showed us
    • before the countenance of the gods. He showed us how being
    • driven it into us. He showed us the animal form of our willing,
    • Then the Guardian of the Threshold raised us, first showing us,
    • descended to physical-sensory existence. He showed us how our
    • at the same time the Guardian shows us how we are placed with
    • Your animal-likeness will be shown
    • human feeling, that this feeling awakens us, for it shows us
    • showing us that our earthly willing is sleeping, but rooted in
    • Will show the soul in you
    • Your animal-likeness will be shown
    • Will show the soul in you
    • Today, though, after this has been shown to our souls, let us
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    • only need to mention a few things to show how little the
    • Guardian of the Threshold has shown, by the three beasts, what
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    • world, and he, shows how the individual human soul lives in it.
    • This shows you at the same time that comparisons often used
    • Here we touch upon truths which show us that behind that veil
    • with the Spirit of the Earth. Many lectures have shown you that
    • This shows us that spiritual Beings are really at work below
    • accessible to human consciousness. It shows us the meaning of a
    • of him. This is an example, which clearly shows how Karma
    • have often used a simple comparison in order to show how
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture I: The True Form of the Social Question
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    • shown in the last decades which have been instilled in
    • Many people have fiercely shown how this modern proletarian
    • during the last few centuries. Vehemently it was shown how the
    • mention it then it is clearly shown as is the fashion today,
    • very peculiar fact now transpired, showing how many
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    • Century took the trouble to show how impossible it is to make a
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    • these thought images it shows that reality can't be penetrated.
    • This fanaticism shows itself in the most varied masks in a
    • dignity — they believe — and how they show only the
    • in order to show you how necessary it is to develop a feeling
    • to show that a true experience of freedom cannot be said to be
    • people. I would like to show this will not be the case. Of
    • will be shown in the social organism. There are states where
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture IV: The Evolution of Social Thinking and Willing and Life's Circumstances for Current Humanity
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    • course of human life can show how such critical changes also
    • life of the modern Proletariat shows, particularly for himself,
    • They have started already and will show themselves in other
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    • its competence; in each case it will obviously show the
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    • work is shown how little people grow together with their
    • This will show that, when the emancipated free spiritual life
    • workers in this community truly showed what particular
    • souls. The ancient thoughts showed what kind of a social order
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    • show us to what an extent the interests of Agriculture
    • order to show that we must look a little further than we are
    • fine distribution through its form. This shows the enormous
    • say about warmth? Spiritual observation shows that while water
    • passage of time. The last decade shows this quite distinctly.
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    • period. (These forces show themselves outwardly — for
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    • This shows you how strongly nitrogen plays into the spiritual
    • upon perfectly real processes. And as I shall show in greater
    • shows its firm rock-like outline. Silicon is distributed
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    • phrases used by scientists in dealing with this question show
    • mentioned the subject of nutrition earlier just to show you how
    • above the normal level will show a definite tendency to life, a
    • which go outwards in the direction shown by these lines
    • carried along certain lines of force as I showed yesterday. In
    • mixed with water. This shows that all its odour had been
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    • the use of cows' horns were intended, of course, only to show a
    • should not make such a statement unless one can show the ways
    • elements. Experience has shown, however, that this method
    • so-called stimuli in promoting plant growth. People show by
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    • experiment has shown results that are opposed to the
    • estate only; it can however be shown to be partially
    • shows that the matter is as I have presented it. What, then,
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    • the rest of the animal kingdom, as we shall show later.
    • sum up, I have shown you that in a certain sense the woods,
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    • show a very great contrast to one which seeks out its food with
    • is red from a manger will not show immediately how devoid it is
    • substances which should come in. This will show you that it is
    • animals. The secretion of milk shows that the animal in
    • not show much result of it; but when the cow comes to calve,
    • which to show themselves.
    • are the things that show in an objective way the intimate
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics I
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    • Based on a study of the life of Francis of Assisi, Steiner shows how the
    • morals? These lectures are to show that this is not the case.
    • They are to show that, at least in the present epoch of
    • difficult these forces are to find, is shown by the simple fact
    • hope in these lectures to show that it is only by delving into
    • single glance will show us that this moral principle in the
    • personality was about to be born. Historical records show that
    • above, which are only mentioned in order to show how
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    • Based on a study of the life of Francis of Assisi, Steiner shows how the
    • showed that while, on the one hand, the after-effects of what
    • human nature shows us that in its deepest being it is good and
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    • Based on a study of the life of Francis of Assisi, Steiner shows how the
    • moral-nature was shown in a special way to the pupils. Briefly,
    • we may say: The pupils of the Mysteries were shown that
    • horizontal. They were shown that it is impossible to express
    • pupils were shown that when a man degenerates into
    • whole, loses his connection with things. This was shown to the
    • work in the world — to show that all evil brings about a
    • those lectures we showed how, in the third post-Atlantean
    • easiest to show interest within blood-relationship and common
    • realised in the Anthroposophical Society, but to show that what
    • expansion of Christianity to the north. They showed that among
    • two previous lectures have shown us, that in connection with
    • our love. In his Timon of Athens Shakespeare shows how
    • shows us that nothing but parasites are produced by what is
    • the Greek. It can be shown that in the old Greek dramas, for
    • nature only shows that he does not know the conditions attached
    • indeed be founded by showing facts that have really happened
    • what we have done, has yet to show itself as a result of human
  • Title: Cosmogony/Freedom/Altruism: Lecture I: Social Impulses for the Healing of Modern Civilization
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    • strings, like puppets at a show; or else we have the fatalism
    • revive past times in their time aspect, it would show us the
    • civilisation and its forces. It was a question of showing
    • Rabindranath Tagore),--the leading spirits of Asia show by
    • showed that they had very little understanding of how to
    • and talking like a man Here the simile of itself shows that the
  • Title: Cosmogony/Freedom/Altruism: Lecture II: A Different Way of Thinking is Needed to Rescue European Civilization
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    • carried out in Russia will hereafter show how incapable
    • men. Time will show — and very terribly — how
    • this religious life in Europe goes to show that Europe, within
    • exists. And that is a thing for which people to-day show no
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    • showing, from the most various points of view, that that aspect
    • can show in detail in many cases exactly how this economic type
    • the last three days, I have made it my task to show you in what
    • shows how spiritual frivolity and cynicism of a spiritual kind
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    • some weeks I have endeavoured to show you some of the things
    • the basis of their thinking, so we can show that in the Eastern
    • the earthly Life of Jesus only as a means whereby to show how
    • Strauss becomes a kingdom of shadow, which only seeks to show
    • I9th century in this special manner. I just wanted to show you
    • evolution of species by showing that just those species develop
    • then attempt to show the relation between the principle of
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    • show that these facts are correct. A Greek statue or drama, or
    • things, they have often shown this so simply, no less simply
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • with a new look at the Christian festival of Pentecost, Steiner shows
    • do without thinking. He shows this by painting a strange picture of
    • that one can form ideas and paint them without looking at nature shows
    • This example also shows that anyone with a clear idea of what spiritual
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    • with a new look at the Christian festival of Pentecost, Steiner shows
    • show themselves to be continuations of our sense organs. For instance,
    • each of the twelve senses. This shows that we carry in us, in the spatial
    • in any other science. Spiritual science shows you that our nerve substance
    • is why I have shown you in several lectures how far our age is from
    • spiritual science. I tried to show how these great minds reached out
    • With my book I tried to show the relevance
    • I tried to show what can be given even to those who are not members
    • to show you that in this first third of our fifth post-Atlantean epoch
    • I would like to give you a nice example to show the extent to which
    • as their god, and I gave you examples of this a few weeks ago. To show
    • to denounce anyone but simply to show what our times are like. We must
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • One of our friends showed Tolstoy a transcript of that lecture. He
    • It is painful to see him show this one-sidedness. Just think of the
    • who spread slander. It is much rarer these days for people to show sympathy
    • This shows what we had in mind was an
    • in this way. It is favorable karma that we are able to show who is right
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • can guide us and show us the way to an understanding of such things.
    • Now let me give you another example to show
    • of all this busy work? The objective is to show that traits that have
    • with certain traits and then show they are present in the following
    • generations. Thus, we would have to start with the genius and then show
    • You see, this is another example showing
    • reality; they show the person as he or she is — most of the time,
    • to show that there is in our time a tendency, an impulse, toward spiritual
    • is so closely connected with its impulses. I tried to show that at the
    • they show us that spiritual science is also — pardon the trivial
    • shows what kinds of associations between ideas are formed and what kinds
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • so many specific examples that show how one can find a balance in life,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • These poems are intended to show how the intuited cosmic laws lead to
    • at that, as the court records show, had painted pictures and signed
    • in other areas of everyday life and show how much our age needs honesty
    • Meyer's works showed clear, decisive, and strictly methodical research.
    • for they show on a small scale what I pointed to on a larger scale when
    • read you a short passage from the Koran to show that Turks who know
    • what is thought nowadays. Truly, it is possible to show in many different
    • symptoms what prevails these days. I have showed you this by drawing
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • use many different analogies to show the relationship between spiritual
    • because she showed special talents. On leaving school, she married a
    • with it. I just wanted to show you that even the simplest soul can light
    • necessarily have to show that through an understanding of spiritual
    • I want to describe the problem. I want to show you where the difficulties
    • to show we don't mean it when we claim theosophy wants to be nothing
    • to this example to show that something may follow from calculations,
    • things out again — after all, one must show love. When somebody
    • he should show some kindness and that it would be very unloving not
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture I
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    • weeks ago, all tended to show how that which we call Spiritual
    • Science can pass over into real life. They tended to show how
    • age. — They all show something of a lack of initiative,
    • years have shown that this progress has not improved humanity
    • world, that Anthroposophy has to show as illusion. We do not
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture II
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    • Clergy of this Country (Switzerland), and they show quite
    • especially to show that it must not be said of our
    • show yesterday how far such a statement is from reality.
    • something which shows itself in the inimical attacks made now
    • see that mockery is not lacking, especially shown in the
    • Uranus influences express themselves, they show that they come
    • from no good side, for in their way of appearing they show
    • people”; — they will yet show themselves quite
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    • stage which they ought only to show at a later stage of their
  • Title: Health and Illness I: Lecture II: Illnesses Occurring in the Different Periods of Life
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