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- Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
- Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
- Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
- idea of his Faust
- rather similar to Voltaire: Mephistopheles, save that Faust who
- after him Goethe lets his Faust strive with all power for that
- Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
- his Faust
- Faust for a
- Faust has experienced what is known from
- how Faust is snatched away from the usual imagination. Faust
- presented to us, it means, Faust's consciousness is removed at
- effective, as Goethe suggests, in Faust's soul where the
- of Paris and Helen. Faust himself gets the desire to behold
- himself beside Faust as the spiritual being that wants to keep
- being. Faust has to demand from Mephistopheles that he enables
- Faust where the
- spiritual-scientific attitude of Faust and the refusal of this
- regards that world as nothing into which Faust wants to
- penetrate. However, Faust replies to him: “in your
- Mephistopheles the world into which Faust wants to penetrate,
- Faust meets the primal figure, the
- everything that still happens, but only this one: Faust is not
- how can one continue the life of Faust poetically? Goethe was
- more realistic. The question originated in him: Faust must be
- has to embody herself, and Faust must be able to face Helen as
- can I use my spiritual-scientific studies to bring Faust where
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- Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
- Goethe let something be said in his “Faust,”
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