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  • Title: Michelangelo
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    • epoch to another, are the souls of human beings. Sense and meaning
    • them immediately through their physical senses. They bore within
    • this Moses diffuse the sense of human power that we are quite ready
    • themselves, by the inner “life sense” which was still
    • senses by close observation of outer nature and her structure.
    • sense which the Greeks possessed made it possible for them to reveal
    • the modern age, the age that is of materialism. Man's senses
    • through a period in which these senses could reach their highest and
    • create what the senses can see, he employed to the full everything he
    • young to be in any external sense that man's mother — we
    • wholly on sense observation, yet he carried over something from those
    • Michelangelo, because he no longer had the life sense active within
    • Paul, and other figures that influence events and in the truest sense
    • what we ourselves know and what our senses show us.
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • first, it does not exist for the senses and the usual reason.
    • It lies behind the world of the senses, although that what the
    • deeper sense, he belongs to the spiritual world; but he must
    • develop this deeper sense first. To put it another way: as true
    • happens, otherwise, in sleep naturally. In sleep our senses
    • grow tired; the world stops being sense-perceptible for us.
    • bring forward in a not quite modern sense, namely not in the
    • sense that is meant here as the modern one. Many people say who
    • lot of nonsense in the field of spiritual science. In no other
    • life. Now, one can experience a lot of nonsense in this field.
    • life as the natural environment appears to the senses and the
    • one can say in a certain sense, what the spiritual researcher
    • absorbs them with common sense as one absorbs what the chemists
    • itself like with an elixir of life, will feel the sense of its
    • also with that what arises to common sense and to a healthy
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • self in the usual self that is equipped with higher senses that
    • experienced as for the outer senses the outer nature is
    • of our childhood. What presents itself in the sense of
    • wrong in any objective sense, but, for example, it asks for the
    • sense as Pythagoras did. With him, the worldview should
    • here in an anti-scientific sense.
    • says: theosophy leads only to inner or outer nonsense; nothing
    • moral life. Existence is increased in the best sense. The human
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • in the real sense to be the continuator of natural sciences as
    • the religious sense felt constrained from a certain viewpoint
    • impulses not only referring to external sense impressions but
    • with his senses, within the current of the outside world. Now
    • the world, and the typical is that the single senses perceive
    • hardness and softness and so on. The single senses are on this
    • the mere sense-perception; and secondly it is more extensive,
    • with his senses, if he lets the stream of the outer events
    • sense-perception; hence, one forbids as it were such artistic
    • real in the usual sense to the field of fantasy, to an imagery.
    • senses to it, the spiritual world is coming up to meet us
    • sense perception to the aesthetic view, he moves as it were in
    • no outer senses, also not by such a processing of the sensory
    • now really beyond his physical senses and lives in the
    • the cosmic outside world that the senses can provide for us in
    • it an inner experience in a sense quite different from the
    • what originated from it in the spiritual-scientific sense.
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • sense of human immortality.
    • sense logically distinguished from adjoining fields.
    • observation in the strictest sense of the word.
    • research bound to the senses. With his body, the human being
    • his senses and his reason that binds itself to the senses. The
    • which research does in the most remarkable sense in the modern
    • by the senses, and a slight experience shows that also
    • the narrower sense with the personal wishes and intentions and
    • connect sense with the words: I experience myself as a
    • Then one still connects sense with
    • sense and feel his self. However, if the human being sees
    • the point that he senses and feels his independent
    • from the start a healthy sense of truth does not exist for that
    • which follow the experience of the outer senses; they die away,
    • you look for that what you cannot see with the senses and
    • cannot think with the reason engaged in the senses. Spiritual
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • with the sense of the immortality of the human soul at the same
    • the earth in the sense of Lessing. What humanity experiences on
    • material heights. One realises that the sense of human
    • there actually, and in this sense, one has to agree with the
    • in the true sense of the word stands behind that which develops
    • substance, and it is nonsense to believe that the mirror
    • the sense of the continued existence when the human being goes
    • continue to develop naturally? It makes good sense
    • that life gets its sense in all directions.
    • pain with misfortunes. Nevertheless, just as the sense
    • what nature has given him, with the reason and the senses which
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • This frees the soul from the states of faint in the sense of
    • the broadest sense. Cruelty faces us everywhere in the animal
    • a martyrdom in certain sense, just because you look back at
    • sense maybe only to few people that will settle, however, more
    • nonsense if anybody wanted to conclude from that what I have
    • In this sense, one must say that the forces
    • worldview. He was a deep spirit in a sense but a child of his
    • only in such a way as it presents itself to the senses and the
    • was right in a sense that that what our world presents all
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • In a sense, we can say the same of the
    • in the same sense as the other physical beings. Since deeply
    • calls this moral what is in the sense of this totality, in
    • In this sense, Schopenhauer (Arthur Sch.,
    • one can obtain with the outer senses and the reason that is
    • the preceding talks. If one assumes in the sense of these talks
    • right which speaks about limits of knowledge in the sense as I
    • this sense, I have often explained where spiritual science must
    • a sense with the words: I experience myself in my
    • However, while you made use of your brain and your senses once,
    • where one is within spiritual facts as one is with the senses
    • Intuition, in the right sense understood, not that which is
    • called in the usual sense. One works the way up through
    • one leaves the sense-perceptible world, a kind of darkness
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
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    • consideration in the spiritual-scientific sense. I have
    • they can give to the human souls. Sense and coherence come in
    • Only then, one brings sense and coherence
    • world in the sense of modern natural sciences, he still
    • the senses. The view of nature works so immensely, so
    • so far it develops knowledge, to that, what the senses induce
    • know nothing that is not delivered to us by the senses and by
    • the reason limited to the senses. Now it mattered to develop so
    • spirit of Enlightenment in the sense of the word. The dictum is
    • show him how the worldview can be grasped in the sense of
    • one investigates it with the outer senses and deduces with the
    • the sense of his freethinking.
    • time of Henry IV in an even worse sense to the fact that
    • sense of Lessing or Goethe for the pursuit of the consciousness
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IX: Between Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
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    • fields in a modern scientific sense. Indeed, the whole way is
    • exist with the spiritual researcher and in certain sense also
    • this expression in an ascetic or other sense — you feel
    • spiritual-scientific sense gets around more and more to using
    • the body and its senses to get into contact with the outside
    • comprehensive sense against the human order. One can have the
    • death and rebirth. The life between birth and death gets sense
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
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    • worldviews that one asserts today, in the same sense. Since
    • these abilities are not bound to the senses and not to the
    • really with your soul beyond your senses, beyond the brain,
    • sense?
    • the essentials in the sense of modern spiritual science that
    • about which one can say in the sense of Faust, such spirits
    • means it in the sense of Nietzsche's
    • in the sense of Homunculism, of our time.
    • kind of Homunculism in certain sense: from Eduard von
    • Simple folk never sense the devil's
    • how spirits who looked with open eyes and sense recognised that
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • or that sense. On the other hand, we face life in such a way
    • Then we have realised that all outer sense
    • While we understand that what the senses and the reason offer,
    • body, is a remedy against some illnesses in the true sense of
    • sense of spiritual science stand up in life quite different
    • world out in quite different sense, and with such thinking the
    • are dependent on the inner sense of direction in the world and
  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • the simple world of the senses and the understanding related to
    • the senses? Maybe it has already arisen before us, so that we
    • to the senses and to the understanding that is related to the
    • sense world, it spirals upwards above and away from this
    • is martyrdom in a certain sense, and it is so precisely on the
    • characteristics, which the soul has in the sense-world, that
    • physical-sense world as selfishness, that must be strengthened,
    • relation to the physical sense-world: that the latter must make
    • appears in its meaning for the physical-sense world, since this
    • physical-sense world: what is useful to him/her as worthy
    • prepare for ourselves such a physical sense being, so that in
    • must remain connected to the sense world, and how our karma,
    • our destiny must bind us to the sense world, until we
    • needs in order to be a spiritual being, what in a certain sense
    • sense world.
    • we use them in the life of the physical sense world. If you
    • of the physical sense world, and let the soul be penetrated by
    • physical sense world, then there they will take us further,
    • spiritual in the opposite way in the sense world, that leads to
    • when they observe the sense world and say: we cannot penetrate
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