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- Title: Michelangelo
- epoch to another, are the souls of human beings. Sense and meaning
- this way we can see a meaning in the study of single epochs; their
- and carry over once more into later epochs. In this way and thanks to
- study the great epochs of art and the great artists. We shall never
- successive epoch differs from the earlier one and human souls have
- has been perpetually changing in the successive epochs of human
- at a different epoch of humanity when the soul was more closely
- a new epoch, and what the Greeks had been able to experience within
- impossible for the soul in one epoch becomes possible in another, and
- just a false analogy when we say that successive epochs of humanity
- from one epoch to another, undergo at the same time some upward
- earlier epochs, the life of which he could share, and could thus
- and expressing always the character of the epoch through one of them.
- a later epoch — closely though it was still connected with
- into ever new ages what has been experienced in older epochs of mankind.
- Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
- aesthetic enjoyment from this sensory world. The epoch of
- However, the Goethean epoch, in
- climates, races, and epochs, and what they now want to bring
- races and epochs, and that with the ascent to the real
- Greek-Roman epoch, and how for an ascending development an
- Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
- human race. He distinguishes single epochs of the advancing
- today has lived repeatedly in preceding epochs in which it has
- absorbed what these epochs could give the souls. Thus, the
- the souls that have lived in ancient epochs and have not taken
- past epochs to their present existence and which gain
- spiritual life and they carry them over to future epochs to
- souls carry over what is created in one epoch from epoch to
- epoch. There we stand on the ground of spiritual realities that
- hold together the historical epochs of humanity.
- be an epoch-making invention; it can also be something that
- the mental glance can be darkened for epochs
- Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
- epoch has approached in which one can represent spiritual
- Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
- historical becoming. We see successive epochs in this
- other. If we look back at ancient epochs, we realise that the
- ideals in other things than in later epochs. We can say as it
- were that the different epochs of the historical becoming
- impressions of one epoch after the belief that the human being
- Thus, it gets out from any epoch what it can give. Then it
- spiritual world. It appears in the next epoch again, of course
- epoch to the next one. Therefore, we can say that the human
- soul participates in all epochs through the historical
- the spirits of the successive epochs. If one goes once
- in the historical becoming; one will recognise how an epoch
- the different epochs, why they are positioned in the different
- epochs. Then that what spiritual science has to say no longer
- course of the epochs.
- present epoch. One may say that the most primitive part of this
- light. Spiritual science, however, shows that in the epoch that
- nature in old epochs.
- epochs. Voltaire could not get to a pure, noble image of the
- time. Therefore, Voltaire had to misjudge an epoch as it were
- in shorter time than all former epochs had done. Yes, in the
- Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
- can say: it is connected to the epoch, in which one can
- stand at the watershed between two epochs: the epoch of
- spiritual epoch, as considering evil and wickedness, when we
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