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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • can unfold itself, but that the material process itself must be
    • world plays into us through the breathing process, which carries its
    • rhythm right into the brain processes and into the rest of the
    • as in the case of the thinking process, but it will retard life so
    • process of breathing and feeling. When the soul-feeling events unite
    • above all with a death-bringing process, through and through a
    • process working in matter in a backward direction, then one
    • appears as soul-willing is connected with the up-building processes,
    • the processes of growth. These growths, these up-building processes,
    • the activities of the organs and the reproductive process in us, damp
    • the death process, willing lives in what is growing, thriving,
    • pushed into the place where the breaking down process takes place.
    • to death this process is latent in the human organism. An up-building
    • process is certainly there. In that we bring our moral motives, in
    • through the will process substance is placed where substance has been
    • mineral kingdom is caught up in a death-bringing process, a
    • corresponding process in our own thinking. And in the same way we
    • learn to recognise how this wasting-away process draws into itself
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 2 (Summary): Perception and Thinking
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    • fateful one: Are.the concepts arrived at through the process of knowing
    • (thinking) merely images through which the world processes
    • useless in the world process when we add thinking to perception? One
    • It is only in the process
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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    • to determine the beginning and end of the process, in all other respects
    • has to become enhanced through exercise, but will then, in the process
    • made between the process of seeking knowledge of things beyond sensory
    • for ordinary knowledge is very much secondary to the actual process
    • of examinations and the like, anything to do with the process of acquiring
    • but they have nothing to do with the process of discovery as such. Yet,
    • quite a long time ago now. I had been going through a process of inner
    • of the soul life, are something of a real soul process, going straight
    • mechanical process, is indeed a living, cosmic, organic process. Something
    • ego. This is an experience that points to a karmic element in the process
    • of gaining such insights, a process of cognition that does indeed involve
    • from the ordinary process that only involves the head aspect of man,
    • I would present in some vague, mystic form but a process that can be
    • and again was used to depict imaginative perception of the process of
    • cognition in man himself. The process was not described in the way a
    • showed a major characteristic of the process of attaining to knowledge.
    • symbol used in those secret societies to indicate the process of attaining
    • to knowledge, to stimulate a vision of this process in the people who
    • were obtained only by achieving inner vision of a cosmic process. There
    • a little light-weight in relation to the process concerned, I would
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 6: From Imaginative Knowledge to Inspirational Knowledge
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    • is to compare it to the processes going on in our memory. It will, however,
    • a process where ideas are first of all stimulated by sensory perception,
    • awareness of the process of perception, and are able to follow the process
    • that drives us to form an idea. Pursuing the process of sensory perception
    • when memories arise. We shall discover that when we are in the process
    • Something else is linked with the process of forming concepts on the
    • past the process of sensory perception that has been in the forefront
    • processes will find that a remembered idea is something completely new
    • perceptions is formed. The difference is that in the one case the process
    • hidden from awareness, being an inner process connected with the organism.
    • thinking process, the forming of ideas, that previously appeared an
    • of the material world. The picture one forms of the thinking process — for
    • Imagination consists in receiving pictures — bears the mark of processes
    • does indeed show the process of forming ideas, of thinking, as one in
    • the only thing to compare it with is the process to be observed when
    • process is an experience of the kind one gets when sharing in a death
    • The process of gaining insight
    • of feeling and emotion. We also know that the processes involved in
    • we advance to imaginative perception. Here, the processes of gaining
    • insight come to resemble more the processes of ordinary life, although
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • deepest feelings, processes that are deeply unconscious will then have
    • or involuntarily, lies our physical and etheric organization. Processes
    • what our physical and etheric organization does in the ordinary process
    • with an ego strengthened by all these exercise processes, to find our
    • by not merely-taking the process of forgetting so far that we rid ourselves
    • the actual process of forming ideas in everyday life, a process we apply
    • of a process which to a certain degree can also be conceived of, empirically
    • to the thinking processes that can also be alive within us before we
    • to the fact that this pure thought process as such can be perceived
    • Then we are able to see through our own thinking process, as it were.
    • It is only through Intuition that we enter into our own thinking process,
    • and that the material processes as such need to be broken down at all
    • points where true thinking occurs. To the same extent as material processes
    • where thinking processes develop, material vision will perceive mere
    • process, the rhythms of which continue also into the processes occurring
    • the same way as it is in the thinking process, but life is paralysed, so
    • dualism splits itself into the physical process of respiration and the
    • soul process of feeling. We perceive the unity of this feeling process,
    • and paralysing processes act in concert. We see the significance of
    • has to do with processes of death, processes effecting involution, we
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • spiritual science arise from thought processes that have been enlivened
    • and the whole thing presents itself to the soul in living processes,
    • will not be adequate for the processes discernible here, and it is because
    • as something that is alive and astir rather than at rest — a process
    • covering a large area — such a process will penetrate this changeable
    • but organs at rest in a finite form, they are living processes. In fact,
    • We should speak of a heart process, the sum total of heart processes,
    • the sum total of lung processes, the sum total of kidney processes.
    • Everything that goes on there is in a constant process of metamorphosis,
    • reveals the outer aspect, we need to advance to the living process,
    • to the process of life out of these organs. This cannot be done by using
    • Social processes are such
    • when we approach them with scientific concepts, and the processes in
    • We penetrate into those processes that have shut in upon themselves
    • complex social processes. On the other hand it is able to resolve the
    • life of organic processes. These are then perceived directly, not arrived
    • organic processes are concerned.
    • absorbed in the thought content, but of the thought process being held
    • on to for five minutes, the thought process being transferred to the



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