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  • Title: Michelangelo
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    • them but we cannot base on them anything that could be truly called a
    • contribute something towards such a study by trying to show you the
    • Greeks because something lived in their souls which did not come to
    • their hand or foot. The Greeks could feel this sort of thing
    • their purpose is to make us feel something of a world of soul. Around
    • to accept in it something which is quite unrealistic. The statue as
    • that is by no means all, there is something else equally important.
    • could learn nothing from him. Michelangelo's drawing sprang
    • and this is the characteristic thing — he very soon combined
    • knowledge he had acquired. Before the soul could experience anything
    • together in Michelangelo and were to produce something more than any
    • Greeks something quite alien to them had entered in. The natural life
    • nature things reappear in the same form and one day resembles another
    • create what the senses can see, he employed to the full everything he
    • and Michelangelo could recreate that. But there is also something
    • Florence handed over to Michelangelo to try and make something of. He
    • wholly on sense observation, yet he carried over something from those
    • to something which in general receives too little attention. If
    • before us, that something specific should be made from it. It is not
    • foot, and thus everything else. He could, as it were, listen into the
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • science has nothing to do with any traditions, but that it is
    • cannot achieve anything against that what culture demands just
    • argue nothing against the entitled demands of science in the
    • dogmatically, something can result from natural sciences and
    • approaches the spirit and the riddles of life is something
    • something is also included that can be handed over again to the
    • such a thing is possible that particularly abnormal forces are
    • something.
    • respect to turn his attention to the things, to pursue them
    • with interest. Something that we are intensively attentive to,
    • something that we were involved with our full interest imprints
    • the things briefly has to complain of a bad memory. Still in
    • fact that we keep the things as mental pictures with which we
    • fact that we are able to turn our attention to the things of
    • us reporting about spiritual science something
    • attention is something that the spiritual researcher must
    • because it only concerns the development of something that
    • that embraces everything that the outer sensory world offers
    • the usual life, the soul forces spread about everything that
    • soul life. A mental picture that has to do nothing with any
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • that in the everyday life. Something is born as it were in the
    • something in it that connects him with the divine-spiritual
    • against everything that lives in the longing with the goal to
    • not anything quite arbitrary in the human soul, but on the
    • everything that lives in the organism that forms the organism,
    • used for the construction of this organism, nothing remains
    • created to the creative. Then he perceives something
    • everything quite naturally at first that is not connected with
    • immediately to hear anything of the spiritual world within
    • itself today. Since so many things face the beholder of the
    • human spiritual development. I would like to point to one thing
    • to look at the thing. They come neither to participate
    • thing. Life appears that way to me: the ones follow their
    • entire view of Pythagoras first if one added something without
    • philosophers were only the gazers and good-for-nothings of
    • to express something particular, namely that one finds the
    • what does not deliver anything useful in the development of the
    • develop something in the soul that can be applied not in the
    • worldview. Whether something that the human soul expresses as
    • for life. Pragmatism does not ask whether something is true or
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • single thinkers something lived that slumbered in the hearts of
    • himself, one can squeeze nothing out of all that what the human
    • always one faces the impossibility to squeeze out anything from
    • the human soul. Hence, one must refuse finally to add something
    • scientific. If the soul renounces to have something in the
    • something divine-spiritual. However, the single souls cannot
    • the human soul it originates. This is something that is
    • from a certain kind of revering nature to suppose something
    • does not go well with anything that one
    • itself as something new in the human development. It would be
    • testifies at first nothing else than that the inner mental has
    • or not; but there something else must be added that is attained
    • reject other things. —
    • life. As the letters express something only if one joins them
    • only. You have to submerge in the things, so to speak, to come
    • things of the spiritual world. This happens in the stage of
    • something appears to us that one could call the climax of soul
    • of which I state nothing. There we have the stage of the
    • odd things today. When those who are now beyond their first
    • field and which are based on nothing but on misunderstanding:
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • by death to everything living. Now just spiritual science shows
    • many enlightened persons; one would find the same thing. I want
    • the possibility of investigating anything about death. Even the
    • anything to the human being about the conditions of the human
    • repeatedly that the human being cannot know anything about the
    • broach as anything “immortal” that has a spiritual
    • Therefore, nothing seems to be more foolish
    • it concerns the scientific investigation of anything. One just
    • anything subjective of the human being plays no role. Why
    • things play a role, just the ethically not worst persons of the
    • There are many things indeed which rebel
    • is one thing that can lead the human being, even if not to an
    • — It is something
    • nothing if we did not go as something through the gate of
    • and dissolve then into nothing; but everywhere forces are
    • solely to acquire something that would not be processed further
    • nothing?
    • into nothing what the human being acquires in his soul during
    • everything that can result from reason belongs to the outer
    • body as its tool. Can we hope that anything can be stated about
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • suggested many a time that everything depends in spiritual
    • earth is the “soul” of the earth and everything
    • abstractions, are nothing real. For Lessing imagines that the
    • such a way that it is subjected to death as something external.
    • as tool, you would have no counterfort; you would have nothing
    • need a counterfort? Does the soul not need anything by which it
    • the spiritual-mental, something that is now a mirror to him.
    • Something becomes a mirror to him that is to be endured really
    • reflecting surface to which everything is in contrast that the
    • indicated experiences, as if something exists in the human life
    • initiation, something becomes free of the forces of the
    • at our life, look there at a time when we have done something
    • a tableau, this life appears and something gradually emerges
    • experienced. If you have done anything wrong, this wrong first
    • something wrong, until you have extinguished it!
    • farther you advance in it, and that you face everything as
    • which we must become, if we did anything wrong, for example. We
    • want to compensate everything wrong karmically. You look at
    • We have now collected everything concerning
    • experience everything that you have committed as imperfections,
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • I would like to say something first that
    • The stoics also assumed something that one
    • Something already appears with the stoic
    • not need to explain this limited good as something positive as
    • as something positive. If one hears Augustine talking about the
    • nothing positive, but is something solely negative. We do not
    • something negative, namely the absence of heat. Therefore, one
    • cannot speak about it as about something positive. However, if
    • negative as something positive! By this picture, it may
    • nineteenth century gave, that the evil is nothing positive. It
    • may be possible that one deals with nothing positive; but these
    • the following. Something spiritual and something
    • experiences consist of two things, one would like to say, of
    • participates in everything material which builds it up; he
    • realm; everything faces us that, taken into the human life, can
    • We could still state other things that
    • one thing: the evil is in the world. It must be wise
    • its phenomena up to that point where he felt something rising
    • that the evil is not only something negative, but is rooted as
    • to stumble against something.
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • universe. If this rock crystal, if this physical thing develops
    • realm, even if somewhat modified, because in nature everything
    • acknowledge that the human being, we say, perceives something
    • differentiated one part that shows everything that is to be
    • forces. In our time, something strange becomes apparent. One
    • something that must form the basis of most moral actions which
    • grasp at nothing the more any worldview tends only to that what
    • explanation of something that must appear quite natural after
    • something speaks into the human nature that comes immediately
    • spiritual research it matters that everything that is already
    • performances, in something that can be carried out externally
    • attention on soul contents caused by something exterior, but on
    • for sure that he himself has put them, then everything is
    • so-called concentration. This is something that the human being
    • acknowledge such a thing, as the profundities of Copernicus,
    • something takes place like diving into that what one perceives.
    • extends spatially in all things that you perceive in the
    • enclosed in your skin, and all other things are outside,
    • everything of the spiritual world becomes inner world what you
    • is only a memory of it; something that one can imagine at most.
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
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    • human soul experiences other things, that it searched its
    • ideals in other things than in later epochs. We can say as it
    • appears as something fantastic to many people. Then one smiles
    • outer research has already brought many things of them to
    • that means our souls experienced something that one cannot
    • thinking that appears as something natural to us in the
    • or if he felt hunger or saturation, he felt something
    • something of these pictures is preserved in the legends and
    • We can gain these things today not only
    • while he felt his soul as something particular beside the body
    • anything soul-like shines to me? The human soul had to get
    • Leibniz considers everything as a
    • combination of monads. If we look into anything of nature, we
    • those as it is the human soul. However, everything else that
    • originates because everything that we see originating appears
    • natural sciences everything aims at deepening the human soul in
    • itself, and everything points to the modern spiritual science,
    • that no longer contains anything mental. The human soul had to
    • so that he must say, we can find nothing in our soul except
    • nothing in the human soul that does not isolate it that does
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IX: Between Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
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    • everything from the start that presents itself just to the
    • something hovering over you that you can approach if you exceed
    • — this is something that you can know from spiritual
    • the gate of death, he experiences something in relation to his
    • In this world, everything is in the form of thought that we
    • something exists in the soul after death like a willing or
    • human soul feels something like a longing for the felt willing
    • offered. Any life offers many a thing, but the possibilities of
    • willing, or he wants to experience feeling everything that
    • which the soul experiences everything that it wants, desires
    • physical body. I would have to state many things to
    • something mature like an inner light from the time of the last
    • spiritual world and you would perceive nothing. The force that
    • such a thing in the usual sensory life only for that who
    • say, one develops something like a creative will that is
    • penetrated with intensive feeling at the same time. Something
    • However, I have to mention one thing: what you experience that
    • way that everything lives as memories in it that we have
    • something else. —
    • physical body. Now they become something active. While you
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
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    • these truths as something all-embracing, but it has to go over
    • philosophically thinking contemporaries nothing else exists
    • system one can find nothing else than the wholly natural human
    • beyond the body, yes, you face everything that is bound to the
    • that this picture is something very real; but for the human
    • exist as a thing of nature with mere physical substances and
    • Goethe considered this thing as something
    • puts an abstraction, he puts something supersensible. This
    • I can indicate these things only briefly
    • again from everything that his soul has experienced. A night is
    • I want to refrain from all other things and
    • regards that world as nothing into which Faust wants to
    • Nothingness I hope to find my All”
    • is nothing. —
    • everything that still happens, but only this one: Faust is not
    • Greece. Homunculus is clairvoyant; he beholds everything that
    • in the physical nature apart from everything else.
    • life of the plant realm. However, one thing is said to
    • everything. (Verses
    • harmless that it has something in its whole attitude that
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • life, something that can penetrate into the whole human being,
    • on something quite different from any other research in our
    • usually directly to judge the things
    • must submerge in the processes and things which he wants to
    • to be active if we want to recognise anything in the spiritual
    • world. If we faced the things and beings passively in the
    • present has also to fight for it; since nothing is more obvious
    • do anything if one shall first develop the soul to recognise
    • in the field of the natural sciences or history anything would
    • being is inclined very much to look at something passively.
    • Of course, we cannot bring everything
    • whether spiritual science has to say anything particular about
    • another way. Everything that the spiritual researcher
    • something like a living being for the spiritual researcher as
    • sum of judgements, like something that one just thinks only,
    • one receives spiritual science like something that pulsates
    • for something completely different.
    • to point to something that already is on the border of physical
    • some outer means something may be
    • it is substituted, however, with something that is a much
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  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • Something had already surfaced within Stoics, which even today
    • they are simply something negative in that they are the
    • something positive; but in the end a human being in his/her
    • something positive, as little as the shadows that are cast
    • forth by the light, need to be explained as something positive.
    • progressed for a few centuries. But how things truly stand with
    • nothing positive, but are simply something negative. We do not
    • then is cold? Cold is only something negative, namely the
    • absence of heat. Therefore, one cannot speak of it as something
    • something very positive! This image should make it fully clear,
    • how little one straightens things out with this answer that
    • with regard to evil and wickedness we have nothing to do with
    • anything positive. It may be that in this regard, we have
    • nothing to do with anything positive; but this “not
    • namely Nakae Toju. For him everything that constitutes
    • experience of the world, consists of two things, of two
    • permits the bodily to take part in everything through which is
    • up to meet us in the animal kingdom, how does everything, that
    • this one thing: evil and wickedness are indeed in the world. It
    • its appearance up to the point where he felt something like a
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