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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • against the necessary exactions of science, certainty of belief can
    • the material events can be reduced can that gain ground in us which
    • that can be brought against the proposition that I put forward here, but
    • to place against the Kantian moral
    • all inclinations are dumb, even though they secretly work against
    • against this stiff
    • recognise as a law because it feels itself unfree against every law
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 2 (Summary): Perception and Thinking
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    • in a man when he gains knowledge of anything? To this question belongs the
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 3 (Summary): The Tragedy of F. Nietzsche
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    • philosophy of freedom is required; but, to gain this, supersensible
    • became a fighter against the lies of his time, a fanatic champion for
    • the proper weapons for his battle against agnosticism. He was never
    • Nietzsche, a Fighter against his Epoch.
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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    • soul activity, activities that permit insights to be gained into worlds
    • that is arrived at by abandoning the insights to be gained by clear,
    • by making full use of the insights gained with the rational mind, while
    • as the insights gained by the intellect. In my books, I have described
    • Anyone thinking he can gain more valid insights into the world by visions
    • takes a purer, more objective form. The content of experience gained
    • gain knowledge of things not perceptible to the senses. They want to
    • skip the necessary preparations, with the result that they do not gain
    • of gaining such insights, a process of cognition that does indeed involve
    • gained is not one we give ourselves up to in a nebulous way, as a secret
    • earlier times did not gain insight through the logical and empirical
    • who had gained insight and knowledge formed special groups, relatively
    • to be found in all kinds of orders and similar groups. Those gaining
    • quite definite — one particular symbol. One symbol coming up again
    • and again was used to depict imaginative perception of the process of
    • Haeckel had a certain way of gaining an overview of whatever he was
    • living concepts. The knowledge gained in science should not be opposed
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 6: From Imaginative Knowledge to Inspirational Knowledge
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    • up again from that subconscious when suitable efforts are made are taking
    • as it were, to come up again, crossing the threshold, when the moment
    • has never seriously thought about — to pop up again when required.
    • there his spirit could not breathe, it being utterly against his nature.
    • The process of gaining insight
    • we advance to imaginative perception. Here, the processes of gaining
    • able to use it to gain more of an understanding of the memory process.
    • through the memory process. Continuing in our efforts to gain insight
    • And again — if we consider
    • a point where he is able to erase these Imaginations again. These Imaginations
    • it again in a different form, having in a way identified ourselves with
    • possible to gain awareness of an outside world of soul and spirit, objectivity
    • get to know him again in his fiftieth year, the concept will not help
    • in which our inner content of experience, content of knowledge gained,
    • is gained step by step to the true nature, that is, the spiritual nature,
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • of gaining knowledge we habitually use for natural phenomena that are
    • can be gained of the order of nature based on mechanism and causality,
    • to prevail against the realm of the natural order. Merely consider the
    • it is able to gain by following its path. I have described the path
    • through again when we have gone through the gate of death. The prospect
    • gained in Inspiration.
    • if we gain strength to do so, eradicate all we have experienced from
    • stages. And once we have gained the ability to forget the ego at its
    • which it is again a kind of cognitive destiny to experience. We experience
    • that can be raised against the words I am now saying, but intuitive
    • existence. We gain insight into the way matter turns into nothing.
    • that it needs to fan itself into flame again and again. The usual, purely
    • that can exist only because life is partly paralysed again and again,
    • in rhythmical sequence, and has to fan itself into flame again.
    • as the destroyer of causality will only gain significance in future
    • gain a feeling for man's rank and dignity within the cosmos.
    • in the concepts gained through spiritual science, through Imagination,
    • the whole human being, we then turn to our fellow men. We now gain an
    • insight into man that we have not had before, and above all we gain
    • love for our fellow man. Love of humanity is what the insights gained
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • In practising such renunciation we shall come up against the limit set
    • to gain insight that man really comes alive to himself. It is by starting
    • As a result, human consciousness gains a new kind of insight into the
    • I think there is no need here to pay homage yet again to the scientific
    • objective conviction as regards the way man can gain insight into the
    • Such penetration will then yield fruits again for life itself as we
    • perception gained in Anthroposophy of elements beyond the world of the
    • gained through Anthroposophy also has to do with deeper religious feeling.
    • religious forces again. We need ways that lead to the areas of spiritual
    • have to be asked again and again: Is someone who is all the time afraid
    • in this time of decline. Any insights we gain into social life, into
    • for experience, we have got out of the habit of gaining the objective
    • other which has been raised against spiritual science in the light of
    • him unfree, over and over again, for five minutes and probably more — let
    • without volition’ — so again it does not come when called

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