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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture I: Spirit and Matter, Life and Death
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    • spiritual-scientifically with spirit and matter, life and death
    • Fechner called this view of the material world the “night
    • world that he contrived hypothetically. If now you ask yourself
    • knowledge not for his life in the night which Fechner called
    • cast out; the thinking itself is empty. Speaking theoretically
    • my book The Riddle of Man, I have called this view the
    • from without. I have called this life in the beholding
    • they called the gate of spiritual knowledge “the gate of
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture II: Destiny and Soul
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    • consciousness of the everyday life to that what I have called
    • the so-called exam dream where the human being experiences any
    • being as I have called it in an essay in a magazine. This body
    • forces in the life between birth and death. I call it in such a
    • that which we call, otherwise, reflex has to seize our soul
    • other logically, but destroys the other. This inner life arises
    • actually, a theoretical question if it were not practically
    • therein, and that must alternate rhythmically between the
    • realise that we have worked out that specifically to which
    • have called the first viewpoint of spiritual knowledge
    • called that thinking, which faces the soul in such a way that
    • the dull forces, or whether we offer the forces energetically
    • other. But logically complying thoughts may be only apparently
    • Gregor Mendel that is based on scientifically correct facts
    • externally-physically viewed; but to the beholding
    • destiny which is philosophically elaborated so little.
    • life, tragically or joyfully, in an elevating or burdensome
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • spiritual science radically, they still demand knowledge of
    • pictures of it only hypothetically how it looks in the world of
    • that consciousness is developed which I have called the
    • develops organically from the child to the adult, and that with
    • you occupy yourself just spiritual-scientifically more
    • thoroughly with that what has been called mysticism in
    • get to deeper experience by that which they call the
    • experience. Hence, someone who thinks scientifically calls the
    • because they deviate from the usual experience. He calls them
    • usual consciousness so mystically if one may
    • have indicated that one calls this “meditative
    • Even if these mental pictures are deepened so mystically, one
    • They show that they are still materialistically minded
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically
    • and Spiritual-Scientifically
    • Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and
    • Spiritual-Scientifically
    • different from hypothetically except ourselves, except our
    • drastically at the end of his Outline of Psychology
    • assumes hypothetically, and oscillations come into being in his
    • automatically. However, thereby one gradually gets around to
    • outdoors automatically with that what we experience, actually.
    • get around to what I have got around that I call this viewpoint
    • can symbolically consider the example of the eye. The eye is
    • directly. One will get closer once also scientifically to the
    • certain birds still have the so-called pecten (oculi) in the
    • have the so-called xiphoid process, again an organ of blood
    • normally calls motor nerves are nothing but sensitive nerves.
    • however, there are except the sensitive nerves so-called motor
    • something quite different with that what we call an exercise,
    • with piano playing and the like, from that which one calls
    • The sensitive nerves that are, however, the usually so-called
    • so-called unconscious because it could not manage with the
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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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    • metabolism, may be called 'body' from now on which is not
    • which is composed of the outer material. We may call this
    • be found only spiritual-scientifically. Sensory perception can
    • body in itself which they called pattern, and which was the
    • super-etherically in the etheric, so that the etheric develops
    • spiritual-scientifically which is excited by the sensory
    • looks through sympathy and antipathy spiritual-scientifically
    • have already called attention in these talks to the fact that
    • chemically and hereditarily in us like the form of our
    • able now to interpret everything scientifically, and he points
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • internal exercises to that which I have called with a Goethean
    • fact that certain things can be called morally good or bad but
    • does not get automatically to the spiritual-scientific results.
    • is now forced down to the so-called subconscious, or whether it
    • that work which one has called into consciousness in such a way
    • proceed if one researches externally scientifically, or if one
    • spiritual-scientifically, one understands that this life and
    • would like to call the “button counters” of
    • call them button counters for the following reason: if one has
    • spiritual world. Therefore, I called in the last talk that
    • does not present itself automatically, as the outer nature
    • have often called the first level of beholding Imagination to
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • call soul in that what the moment offers. The soul can only
    • automatically happen while reciting the memorised, as it were,
    • that automatically proceed which we have imprinted in the
    • methodically observing the soul. However, certain flashes of
    • more and more brilliantly but increasingly pathologically and
    • have called the “beholding consciousness,” to a
    • Goethe calls such a faculty of judgement that puts itself in
    • should absolutely leave that one should disregard. He called
    • knowledge at first that is not called “Imaginative”
    • of your consciousness, you attain what one should really call
    • Imaginative knowledge to that which I have called there
    • called ether. Today just the ether research is going through a
    • He gave a criticism of the materialistically interpreted
    • Unconscious in 1868. The “ materialistically
    • something spiritual in the evolution; he assumed hypothetically
    • many scientifically thinking persons opposed this
    • Darwinism appeared. Now the author was called he was Eduard
    • from this inability to think generally realistically and to
    • consciousness. This personality calls them
    • Heraclitus up to the present ones, he calls these philosophies
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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • human soul and the human body; one finds that they basically
    • of research are completed hypothetically — how, according
    • order that they can later be called up out of memory, all of
    • will. Willing is, basically, for him a subordinate aspect of
    • is basically nothing but feeling. For, indeed, it is only
    • sugar.” Then these movements, which are called forth as
    • one again assumes hypothetically, and produce vibrations,
    • consciousness of the two persons, it occurs automatically. But
    • occurs automatically outside us and what we actually
    • called “illusionism.” Now, one will ask oneself the
    • still have the so-called Pectin in their eye, a special organ
    • made up of blood vessels; why do others have the so-called
    • for instance, in calling up memories, or thinking about
    • raises his consciousness to what he calls imaginative thinking,
    • from the outer world, or as he may later recall them out of his
    • way, with everything which belongs organically with human
    • a quiet, harmonious feeling, is connected organically with
    • contemporary physiology recognizes so-called motor nerves,
    • experience knows, for instance, that what we call
    • means of the so-called motor nerve, which is, in reality, a
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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • however one wishes to call it — as accompanying
    • soul which can both be unequivocally refuted and can just as
    • called a proof, or a refutation. For, in this sphere, as has
    • then the concepts are much too thin to call forth a genuine
    • reaches out to that which one usually calls ether. The idea of
    • in union with material processes, it calls forth material
    • which, basically, is extraordinarily interesting. The concept
    • invisible body we might also call the etheric body; an etheric
    • perceptions which correspond with the so- called lower senses,
    • achieved what I called imaginative thinking in lectures which I
    • representations filled with life, then one can call them
    • which they called Schema, and which was for them the higher,
    • the outer body in his spirit body; Lavater composes poetically
    • — indeed, actually herself to call forth — what one
    • can call: the pulling back, the withdrawing, of the etheric
    • physical body. This is what one calls a hallucination. When the
    • what one calls a hallucination. Very many people who want to
    • calling forth hallucinations, that is calling forth purely
    • the etheric. And if a compulsive action is called forth as a
    • excludes that which, in spiritual science, one calls intuition.
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