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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • on the path leading from ordinary objective knowledge to
    • science, man is led to consider the objects of the world in their
    • ideas, but which refer to an outer objective content, not to an
    • through Imagination for the knowledge of a truly objective spiritual
    • manifestations of an objective, super-sensible world. In place
    • of the former subjective imaginations, objective imaginations light
    • up in our consciousness, and this lighting up of such objective
    • spiritual objectivity, this is in reality Inspiration. We reach right
    • reality of this sense world, of the underlying objective outer world,
    • perception of a truly objective yet super-sensible reality. And in
    • I know all the objections
    • oneself to all the mockery and objections that must come quite
    • with the nerve-sense system. The connection of the objective world
    • Inspiration, as a Being which lives objectively in Inspiration and
    • man as a real though unconscious force. Our customary objective
    • which is objective in man, through which we can see clearly how the
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 2 (Summary): Perception and Thinking
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    • plant. A friend called this ‘objective thinking,’ a thinking
    • which linked itself to the object of perception, and Goethe himself
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 3 (Summary): The Tragedy of F. Nietzsche
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    • This was the antithesis to the object of Edward von Hartmann's book,
    • outer objects, and can still have the strength to experience something.
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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    • objective, a world alive and active within the sense-perceptible world,
    • takes a purer, more objective form. The content of experience gained
    • we have to the objective world outside us, in the sphere of the senses,
    • comes to experience as something that is objective where our awareness
    • of time, including all one has experienced from birth, really is objective.
    • systematically developed we are in fact entering into objectivity. The
    • first way of entering into objectivity consists in entering into the
    • considered the only objective knowledge. The ordinary search for knowledge
    • objectively into the inner experience that fills the idealist, the spiritualist;
    • towards the development of faculties for objective cognitive Imagination.
    • Goethe was aware that he had drawn something objective, something he
    • full conscious awareness. In what follows, an objective presentation
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 6: From Imaginative Knowledge to Inspirational Knowledge
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    • to use the words properly, that in either case it is something objective
    • through Imagination. As a result, the objective Imagination will shine
    • possible to gain awareness of an outside world of soul and spirit, objectivity
    • the one hand perception and recognition of physical objects, on the
    • with our sense-perceptible world. We have to start with object-based
    • of perception: object-based perception. Imagination, Inspiration and
    • my Philosophy of Freedom, where I establish the reality of object-based
    • and get from object-based perception to moral Intuition, he is also
    • the intermediate stages between object-based perception and Intuition,
    • from object-based perception through Imagination and Inspiration to
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • way are similar to remembered ideas, but they relate to an objective
    • objective supersensible world.
    • way to the revelations of the objective supersensible world. Where our
    • Imaginations previously have been subjective, objective Imaginations
    • will now light up in our conscious mind. The lighting up of such objective
    • objectivity, that is Inspiration. We are in a way reaching the borders
    • convince ourselves of the reality of the objective outside world that
    • objective, though beyond sensory perception. By achieving genuine intuitive
    • I know all the objections
    • myself to all the derision and objections that are bound to come from
    • objective world outside man — which we are approaching through
    • on the other, as something which has objective existence in Inspiration
    • forces that normally are unconsciously at work in man. Our usual object-bound
    • that is objective in man, so that we are finally able to see how the
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • of this. Such objections are foolish, coming from people who take a
    • man's life becomes the object of his perception. In Intuition,
    • to Imagination, taking hold of something objective and coming to expression
    • objective conviction as regards the way man can gain insight into the
    • the freest of actions can be, yet wholly objective, though in this case
    • the objective element has to be grasped in free spirituality. This is
    • to raise objections to the discovery of America by basing himself on
    • for experience, we have got out of the habit of gaining the objective
    • to settle accounts in these lectures with regard to some objection or
    • on a neutral object. A thought is held on to in genuine inner freedom,
    • could use a pin or a pencil, for the object one was thinking of was
    • to an object we want to rivet attention on that object; we keep it in
    • been accused of being so engrossed in an object that held my interest
    • path. If we get so engrossed in an object that the rest of the world
    • no longer exists for us, we are given up to that object, we have relinquished
    • our freedom to that object. That is the essential point: to take an
    • object that does not rivet our attention, and keep that object in awareness
    • thing that is so essential: objectivity, the essential nature of objectivity — that

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