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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • Printed in Great Britain by
    • issued. I attach great importance to the fact that here too, as in
    • which have helped to make modern science great. Modern science has
    • achieved greatness through scrupulous observation of the material
    • great problem concerning the eternal nature of the soul — it is
    • thinking in man is developed to a greater strength and intensity than
    • It is not necessary to devote a great deal of time each day to these
    • everything teems, is saturated, has great intensity; our whole being
    • year to year, we have acquired greater and greater capacities.
    • who lives a great deal in the world of thought knows only too well
    • them. This demands very great efforts in the systematic meditation
    • great arena of cosmic experiences, cosmic happenings, just as
    • — this is an even more difficult task, demanding greater
    • devotion, greater care, greater exactitude and methodical
    • in far greater intensity — given over to the world, it is true,
    • But with his true ‘I’ before him in greater strength and
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • health and a sound development of soul-life, a very great deal
    • and it shows us the great importance of a continuous memory if the
    • great tableau in which we simultaneously survey all the organic
    • greater detail in the books mentioned. If we develop within us an
    • thoughts. A great effort must be made to forget them. This is a
    • of thinking, which differs so greatly from the combining and the
    • which presents far greater difficulties.
    • greater than those which we generally use in our external life, which
    • times, even as through science to a great extent doubts have arisen
    • my Threefold State the attempt has been made to face the great social
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • acquires greater intensity through super-sensible knowledge. We
    • soul like a great flash of lightning, we acquire the memory of
    • pursued in greatest modesty (those who follow the spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • every problem of greatest and smallest importance.
    • the things connected with the great life problems of human
    • patient, who came to him in a great state of excitement, because
    • greatest modern scientist, with a man so thoroughly at home in
    • cases described to you just now, show that the longing, the great
    • criticize such great scientists is perhaps called upon to judge
    • and to explain the far greater certainty constituting the
    • Anthroposophy is far greater than that transmitted by the most
    • essential facts are known to the great majority of those who are
    • this perceptive faculty, though in the great majority of cases
    • and by filling consciousness with an ever greater amount of
    • were.” Though it may seem paradoxical, it is a great help
  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • I have devoted a great deal of my time. But of course I have to
    • to a great extent alienates himself from life and from economic
    • great delusion that the collectivism of production is a natural
    • that which I had come to out of the great manifoldness of life,
    • this asks of us the great questions of the present time in the
    • great number of people produce the same thing, when there is
    • greatest importance that as many heads and hearts can be won
    • happens in life that the greatest mistakes are made not because
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • greatest and smallest importance.
    • that is to say, to the things connected with the great
    • great state of excitement, because in the office he had pricked
    • to do with one of the greatest of modern scientists, with a man
    • longing, the great desire of unquestionably serious modern
    • criticize such great scientists is perhaps first called upon to
    • judge and to explain the far greater certainty constituting the
    • Anthroposophy is far greater than that transmitted by the most
    • so that the essential facts are known to the great majority of
    • the great majority of cases this is not to their
    • Though it may seem paradoxical, it is a great help if we begin
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • instance, may experience in a great tableau that which
    • backwards we are gradually enabled to make use of a far greater
    • as of greatest importance that the human being carries within
    • as a great magnet which exercises its influence upon the
    • recognise the great comprehensive whole and its inter-relation
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • inner life acquires greater intensity through super-sensible
    • This is the aim pursued in greatest modesty (those who follow
  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • takes place, as it were, within this domain, takes on the aspect of one great
    • where I have the great pleasure of being your guest; I can only speak to you
    • great soul-spiritual-physical organism of the universe.
    • the two great, important means of education used during recent centuries:
    • great expanse of Nature's life: namely, man's being, which greatly transcends
    • point, the great riddle, the search for the nature of man, really begins. At
    • discover the greatest mystery when they see how week by week the child
    • expression of our mature culture. But this fact exercises a great influence
    • have given rise to the great achievements of modern culture, achievements
    • what many people say to-day and one's heart should feel the great
    • direction which has, to be sure, produced great results in the spiritual life
    • described the external physical world as Maya, as the great illusion, for it
    • external world nothing but Maya or the great illusion.
    • something of which we can say: It has resulted in great and significant
    • conception of the world in the great age of
    • human being, since through the great achievements of modern time, man has in
    • people's minds, that by enhancing this great error of modern times Karl Marx
    • with the spirit, while its conception of Nature has become great. This in
    • be shown, has acquired a great importance in our modern civilisation. But its
    • mathematical-mechanical cosmos, only the great machinery, as it were, when
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