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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • when, in genuine concern for the being of man, he contrasts, with a
    • world facts and world beings. We construct hypotheses about the
    • being, so that mankind will be fully enmeshed in the web of natural
    • into the most intimate details of the human being, as well as to the
    • out of the Subjective that in a certain way his Being is connected
    • connected in the innermost being of man with human worth and dignity
    • is in accordance with its being first lets itself be known when true
    • lives within the super-sensible with his own being, that he plunges
    • allow the material being, that as a rule man regards as
    • authoritative, to be considered the only being to have
    • the nerve-sense being physical substance is annihilated. By this
    • through Inspiration we become aware of a World Being which plays into
    • what lives within the human being as rhythm. This will not destroy matter,
    • Inspiration, as a Being which lives objectively in Inspiration and
    • through’ the human being. And in this way we look into the
    • working in the human being, in that we perceive the harmony of the slowing
    • rhythmic life, and how it is bound up with his whole being, body and
    • comes to the point of being able to recognise that everything which
    • and the will arises out of those depths of the human being to which
    • causality. We have in the pure moral will of the human being
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 2 (Summary): Perception and Thinking
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    • are reflected without being affected by them? In other words, Is thinking
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 3 (Summary): The Tragedy of F. Nietzsche
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    • confines itself to investigating the human being himself as a free being
    • but our age demands that men live as social beings. Nietzsche lacked
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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    • due to will forces being stirred. Take a good look at your soul life
    • at will, without the person being overcome by it. What happens is that
    • the moment of birth. When I speak of our not being overcome by such
    • being able to see through the secrets of the cosmos. Let me give you
    • or a spiritualist — ‘spiritual’ here being the term
    • understand the world of the soul from the inside, by being a materialist
    • being an idealist or spiritualist in the same way. This puts one in
    • or spiritualism. You will cease being sharply critical in the usual
    • with a sense of our own reality being maintained as a mathematical soul
    • the course of phylogenetic evolution, a form he felt was now being repeated
    • at constructive concepts of a world which has its being in measure,
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 6: From Imaginative Knowledge to Inspirational Knowledge
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    • being something perceived by the senses, while in the other it remains
    • hidden from awareness, being an inner process connected with the organism.
    • there his spirit could not breathe, it being utterly against his nature.
    • abstract, disembodied thing, comes close to being concrete and graphic.
    • machine within us, and we should not be real human beings. In my
    • consists in our being able to sense, to inhale, as it were, the inner
    • being he goes through external growth and metamorphosis as he passes
    • motivation for our actions when we act as free human beings. Yet when
    • impulses to act out of the very depth of his being, then it is necessary
    • of being written, this could only be hinted at. It was hinted at when
    • I wrote the words: ‘The individual human being is not truly separate
    • able to progress from his perceptive experience as a human being to
    • This fact of being alive is what distinguishes anthroposophical science
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • question is one every human being feels to be a burning question.
    • also of all moral ideals. Those must disappear into a state of non-being
    • dignity of man cannot be considered something which is in being and
    • we could also say the discord — of everything individual human beings
    • the whole human being to be active within this sphere of sensory perception.
    • the Imagination of our whole being as a human person, that is, discard,
    • for Intuition consists in entering with our own being into something
    • of cognition. We come to know how we are organized as human beings in
    • those who, conditions being as they are, consider the law of conservation
    • essential being as a whole, in body and soul. As we come to perceive
    • that pure thought represents matter being broken down and that it altogether
    • first of all shows itself to be in the process of being killed, in a
    • element which within the individual human being thus presents itself
    • form of thinking is one every human being is able to experience if he
    • we need for this will bring a new essential nature to our whole being.
    • himself — as I have indicated — the living essential being of
    • the whole human being, we then turn to our fellow men. We now gain an
    • a free human being who, from inclination, does what is right for the
    • into itself the moral Intuitions, and we are moral human beings in so
    • originator of his moral actions within his innermost being. In such
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • how man finds himself, and it is for the time being the most significant
    • pretend to have such a configuration, for in the living human being
    • from the innermost being of man to the innermost nature of the cosmos,
    • this soil being the living creativity of the whole human being.On one
    • absorbed in the thought content, but of the thought process being held
    • on to for five minutes, the thought process being transferred to the
    • been accused of being so engrossed in an object that held my interest

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