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- Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
- self-perception, we ask ourselves, “In that case, wherein
- be active in sense perception, we convince ourselves through the
- before birth, as far as to the perception of a super-sensible world
- perception of a truly objective yet super-sensible reality. And in
- sense-perceptions. One reaches to full, complete reality when to a
- the thinking with some outer perception. I have shown that this pure
- Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 2 (Summary): Perception and Thinking
- Perception and Thinking
- which linked itself to the object of perception, and Goethe himself
- Through our perceptions,
- sensory perception through thought or are we simply onlookers who are
- useless in the world process when we add thinking to perception? One
- Sensory perception is absolutely passive. In ordinary consciousness
- sensory perception and thinking are always mixed up in each other, but
- perceptions lives only on one side of reality. And it is in order to
- ‘To overcome sensory perception through the spirit is the goal
- of art and science. Science overcomes sensory perception by releasing
- it entirely into spirit; art overcomes the sense-perceptions when it
- Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 3 (Summary): The Tragedy of F. Nietzsche
- is not void of contents while ceasing to rely upon sensory perception,
- had to reckon with Nietzsche. To Nietzsche perception of the outer world
- Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
- From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
- sensory perception, towards perception of things spiritual. It aims
- imaginative perception.
- by giving you a brief picture of the imaginative perception that can
- This imaginative perception
- perception is a matter of mere fancy. Let us start by looking at it
- but not revealing itself through the organs of sensory perception.
- the more external aspect of imaginative perceptions from a positive
- these imaginative perceptions are not. They are not a kind of vision,
- perceptions are healthy soul experiences. Visions, hallucinations etc.
- that is real to our senses with healthy commonsense and perception,
- sphere of healthy sensory perception we are always to some extent aware
- and hallucinations than by sensory perception really cannot be said
- to have a true feeling for Anthroposophy. Sensory perception brings
- reducing to the level of subjectivity what in sensory perception definitely
- itself. It pervades our sensory perception and in case of illness drives
- Self, on the I, which raises sensory perception above the level of mere
- of perception in the right way will be in a position to have deliberate
- capacity for another form of perception, the use of any other complex
- For moments of perception
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- Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 6: From Imaginative Knowledge to Inspirational Knowledge
- that imaginative perception shows some similarity to the way memory
- works in the human mind. One way of defining imaginative perception
- to consist of thoughts becoming attached to outer sensory perceptions.
- a process where ideas are first of all stimulated by sensory perception,
- and then, when we no longer have those perceptions, they hang around
- awareness of the process of perception, and are able to follow the process
- about sensory perception, but that from one side or another — now
- that drives us to form an idea. Pursuing the process of sensory perception
- of forming ideas based on sensory perceptions we carry out an activity
- of sensory perceptions does not simply swirl down into the subconscious.
- past the process of sensory perception that has been in the forefront
- perceptions is formed. The difference is that in the one case the process
- outline — and return to our discussion of imaginative perception.
- perception is developed first of all by doing exercises that enable
- When imaginative perception
- in quite a different light. It becomes apparent how perception linked
- not like to dwell on it for long. Yet to imaginative perception it becomes
- to do with life coming to an end, with dying. Imaginative perception
- from ordinary sensory perception to imaginative perception of the thinking
- the reason why advancement to supersensible perception is combined with
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- Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
- supersensible perception — from the ordinary perception of material
- a result of the habits of thinking and perception in which men and women
- times before. Those exercises to achieve imaginative perception will
- those Imaginations. In the sphere of our sensory perception, we can
- the whole human being to be active within this sphere of sensory perception.
- objective, though beyond sensory perception. By achieving genuine intuitive
- to all our sensory perceptions. We arrive at the full, the whole reality
- perception or other to make the full reality. I have drawn attention
- perception leads us to see, with regard to the physical sphere, that
- perception only provides formal elements; we are merely looking on at
- inner soul, but in supersensible perception we relate it to something
- ideas formed by man are derived from external perceptions or based on
- such external perceptions. The external perceptions provide the support
- not have the support of external perception. We shall end up with abstractions
- Perception of the value of
- Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
- The imaginative, inspired and intuitive perception
- world — living interaction of pure perception and pure thought — the
- activity now becomes transformed into the perceptions which then appear
- supersensible perception.
- perception and reduce it to the form of a pure idea. Then anyone will
- man's life becomes the object of his perception. In Intuition,
- and astir, and this is given in imaginative perception.
- of what goes on there, hidden from sensory perception also where individual
- all genuine research, genuine findings based on sensory perception,
- perception gained in Anthroposophy of elements beyond the world of the
- to understand. We need to progress to different metamorphoses of perception
- of the qualities of insight and perception which it considers necessary
- to what is open to supersensible perception. But this man said the following:
- Perception has to be taken into the spiritual atmosphere of freedom,
- man attains to in full conscious awareness and free perception, is able
- such perception, and is able in turn to bring into human society as
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