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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture I: Spirit and Matter, Life and Death
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    • life is not valuable for the human being.
    • human beings at all times according to the knowledge of these
    • the deeper destiny of the human being.
    • out the relation of the spirit in which the human being knows
    • themselves, that which the human being perceives as the world
    • human being that surrounds him in the world, and to leaving the
    • comes into being which still becomes a big illusion. However,
    • human being as a “real” world, but it has to ascend
    • human being can make about the outside world. The toneless and
    • reflecting surface returns a picture of our being, but one
    • knows for sure: our own being is not in the mirror inside; the
    • know, the mirror has to do nothing with my being, but to
    • processes of reflection, but it takes place in the soul being
    • a being has walked on the ground that has nothing to do with
    • the earth, but everything that this being has accomplished
    • soul which is directed upon the weaving and being of thinking,
    • which one can recognise in its being. It accepts the thinking
    • being more intensely independently from the material human
    • being. This emergence of the spiritual-mental from the physical
    • body becomes reality, while the human being keeps on developing
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture II: Destiny and Soul
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    • face the human being in the everyday life, can really find a
    • dreaming consciousness. The human being can wake from the usual
    • destiny feels that this being only approaches the human
    • human being. Then the contradictions of the dream disappear in
    • the so-called exam dream where the human being experiences any
    • that which was split in the dream is one being. Just how
    • the human being can still never be sure in the usual
    • human being withdraws from his thinking and strengthens it by
    • are inner processes of the soul that the human being has to
    • the human being can lift out his soul life from the life of the
    • bodily processes. Then the human being can face himself by
    • an object as a sensory human being, while you enter as it were
    • being who is lifted out by such soul exercises from the bodily
    • directly connected with the mental-bodily human being to be
    • being applies this thinking exclusively to the sensory world.
    • themselves. The human being really awakes from his usual
    • being as I have called it in an essay in a magazine. This body
    • of formative forces belongs to the human being just as the
    • physical human body does. The human being carries in himself,
    • material processes that the human being is driven as the
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • convinced that the real being of the soul with all that cannot
    • be grasped which the human being can bring in his usual
    • being of the soul or of nature by immediate knowledge, by
    • What concerns now the question of the real soul being, natural
    • development. One needs only to realise how the human being
    • with usual human beings, but it is, in the end, the bodily
    • researcher shows that also everything that the human being can
    • being does not come out of this bodily organisation with his
    • being can feel, think, and will in the usual life does not lead
    • being has to develop his thinking in such a way that he is no
    • again with that which has become from it, without being present
    • human being still stands in a life area that is quite different
    • that with the Copernican worldview the human beings had to
    • seemed to be absurd to the human beings at first because it
    • observation is nothing clearer than that the human being is
    • One considers the soul being as walking through life from birth
    • the strange fact that the soul being with which the idea of
    • being goes along with our development. Then it stops in time,
    • spiritual science can take its time, until the human beings are
    • else is connected: the fact that the soul being does not emerge
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • references to the way in what way the human being positions
    • individually in every single case. The human being believes if
    • for the naive human being that one person says to the other:
    • assumes hypothetically, and oscillations come into being in his
    • impressions are made on the human being, and the human being
    • the human being with the outer sensory world, but shows
    • almost built like a quite independent being in our head; only
    • no longer exist with the human being. The human eye is simpler
    • So that the human being has the sensory district externally,
    • is in such a way that in the imagination the human being
    • the idea and thereby the misunderstanding comes into being from
    • being to the outer world. If this view puts a question, how
    • does the outer world work on the human being? Then it either
    • happens if the human being dedicates himself to the mental
    • the relation of the human being to the world. However, it has
    • find the will within the soul being. Where from does this
    • existence of the human being in the physical world. For the
    • the human being on one side as nervous human being, on the
    • other side as respiratory human being and as metabolic human
    • being if I am allowed to use this expression, we have the whole
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture V: The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
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    • There I have to dwell on how the human being unfolds the sense
    • willing, generally to the life of the human being as soul,
    • “For one has still to ask how the human being behaves in
    • the life process in his being completely the same after mind
    • that the human being works on the configuration of an invisible
    • Worlds?. Then, however, the human being can gradually reach
    • human being already if he gives himself away to the sensory
    • inner higher human being to them... In recent time even Kant
    • dreams of a whole inside mental human being who carries all
    • grasp the whole human being. Fichte says in his
    • This thorough recognition of the human being raises
    • spirit, and that one can thereby grasp the human being in such
    • individuality of the human being must not be confused neither
    • human being only in that which works now completely
    • us try to grasp the human being at the will pole: We have said
    • Then however if you consider the whole human being this way,
    • the human being can really rise to the immortal, which combines
    • being? An etheric process that interacts only with an outer
    • being keeps well and fit emotionally and bodily that he notes
    • if the human being ascends to the Imaginative knowledge. In
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • because I suppose that the human beings have frozen to death
    • aim as the human being relates to the things which he regards
    • there one knows if the affect of the human being militates for
    • in the human being from quite right physical, chemical, and
    • the human being does no longer live, and the body does no
    • spiritual research if one considers human beings who dedicate
    • works, without you being present; you hand over as it were what
    • human being. I have tried to indicate a result that completely
    • that, for example, the human being dreams not only in sleep,
    • the body and with it also in the soul of the human being. Its
    • well as the human being walks through the world as a bodily
    • being, he is only possible because the mental in him turns out
    • beings perceive in their subconscious and develop in the
    • sun. Thus, it turns out: exactly as for the bodily human being
    • is reverse with the earth and with the human being. The body of
    • the human being merges into the earth surroundings. That what
    • has just to understand it. There certain human beings have
    • the present. Since the human being does not always want to know
    • human beings are influenced, actually, by that what the
    • contemporary of the Darwinian age as the human beings were
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • present human being rightly likes to put himself in the way of
    • Eduard von Hartmann regrets not being able to observe what
    • without the soul being present what has to happen, so that the
    • sense: the fact that the human being himself practises more and
    • being.
    • the following comparison: the human being lives in pictures
    • the human being cannot relate his will to the things in the
    • now the human being relates to the surroundings with his will,
    • human being wakes from the dream consciousness, he can manage
    • being can penetrate into the beyond of the soul phenomena.
    • being is able to advance to such a beholding consciousness.
    • place in the relation of the human being to reality from Kant
    • the human being from the thing in itself and accepts only that
    • be impossible to the human being to rise immediately also with
    • Then, however, the human being attains the Imaginative
    • more intensive reality. Then the human being really lives in
    • beings are than in the usual sensory world. For somebody who
    • consciousness, a higher self-knowledge can come into being. I
    • previous talks. Since the human being is a complex being, even
    • Goethe's theory of metamorphosis to the human being. Goethe
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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • regard to the way in which the human being today relates to his
    • The human being today is convinced that when he has mastered an
    • being wills something? Let us assume, he walks, he is in
    • human being, the following occurs: one of the two persons asks
    • in this way one gradually comes to the point of no longer being
    • significance for us as human beings, and in this regard certain
    • being and the human being then develops mental representations
    • human being's intercourse with the outer sense world. But one
    • entirely independent being and is connected with the interior
    • which occurs outwardly really enters into our inner being, as a
    • human beings. The human eye is simpler than the eyes of the
    • being has the zone of his senses at the periphery, and within
    • representations, when left to itself, the human being grasps
    • human being's intercourse with the outer sense world, what I
    • is the only way in which the human being relates with the outer
    • asked: How does the outer world work upon the human being? Then
    • characterized: One describes what happens when the human being
    • the only way the human being relates to the outer world. As a
    • willing within the human soul being. Where does this come
    • everything which takes its course in the human being as
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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • enter more closely into the manner in which the human being
    • will, indeed, altogether, the life of the human being as soul,
    • “It is hardly necessary still to ask, how the human being
    • finds himself in the process of death. The human being remains
    • process, he remains in his essential being entirely the same in
    • the recognition that the human being, during his entire life
    • The human being, when he undergoes these inner soul processes,
    • for the human being. Simply expressed, we can think of the
    • essential being of sense perception and sensation. Just as the
    • human being when he devotes himself to the sensations arising
    • inner human being. ... In recent times, even Kant in his
    • different, if it wishes to comprehend the whole human being. I.
    • comprehension of the being of man in this way thus raises
    • spirit, and that, thereby, one can grasp the human being in
    • and the true ... individuality of the human being may not be
    • seek the actual soul element of the human being, working and
    • us now try to understand the human being from the other pole,
    • physical metabolic processes, but as the entire human being is
    • everywhere present within the limits of his being, so the
    • just here, when in this way, one takes the whole human being
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