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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • has, of course, its stores of memories which it calls up again and
    • form of mysticism which simply calls up memories in a different garb
    • This faculty of remembrance enables us to call up, either
    • I have called this development ‘Imaginative Thinking’
    • range of natural science and that mysticism can only call up in
    • methodically and systematically. And because in the tableau that has
    • to be eliminated only when we train ourselves systematically and
    • consciously to do this. If I may speak rather paradoxically, we must
    • Practically the whole of our life is presented to us in a tableau, as
    • have called in my books, Knowledge through Inspiration, or
    • way, but deliberately and systematically; he transformed the ordinary
    • of some form of ‘inspiration,’ so-called, or of
    • Inspiration and Imagination. I have called this still higher form of
    • will admit that many, many spheres of existence today are calling out
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • Activity called forth many misunderstandings, because people simply
    • have described, is one which I might call morphological thinking, one
    • It must be called forth every time afresh, if it is to be
    • imaginative experience must be recalled, if we wish to have this
    • of the conception of life, of what I call the etheric body, or body
    • the whole body and manifest themselves locally when the second teeth
    • described, which are called up in our consciousness for the sake of
    • knowledge, for the experiences which we gain call for something
    • soul. An external object can be called real, if we should have to
    • Let me now speak to you only of two kinds. The first is what we call
    • investigator should carry out these exercises quite systematically.
    • theoretically.
    • Anthroposophical movement, is called into life, the members may find
    • expression in the world must have an artistic frame and call into
    • Eurhythmy, which is only a beginning, we called into life a human art
    • worlds; they can also lead us to laws which are able to call into
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • measure in which it is moulded plastically and acquires (if I may
    • when we rise up to spheres which are generally called the spheres
    • theoretically, though they leave us inwardly cold, these should
    • idealistically, and the other more materialistically in
    • methodically it can hardly be denied that if we wish to study
    • those who follow man's development darwinistically, with a
    • though people may call him a materialist when he describes the
    • that it deals just as strictly and scientifically with the
    • spine set vertically to the surface of the earth and his head
    • artistically in the spirit.
    • changes, insofar as it is scientifically justified today. We thus
    • scientifically-minded men, have grown accustomed to consider as
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • meetings are, and how amateurishly and unscientifically such
    • criticize such great scientists is perhaps called upon to judge
    • undoubtedly exist and are critically described in books, so that
    • of a person's life. It is quite indifferent whether we call this
    • things can be viewed critically, if another, undoubtedly possible
    • more or less materialistically) eliminates the cause of
    • somehow mix up things fantastically, but that our memory pictures
    • and withdrawn from the world of reality. Symbolically one might
    • This calls for
    • by taking in hand systematically that which otherwise takes place
    • perceives consciously and methodically.
    • we can look upon such abnormal observations critically, and such
  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • characterize for you here — which he calls the added
    • ethically accepts as the good and with that which one accepts
    • can call the production process has become more and more
    • the other hand that which we call the present social question
    • calls the social question is actually asked totally by
    • seemingly something else is taking place — the call for
    • of consumption. One can also see this when one practically
    • discussion of that which one calls the social question in the
    • the other hand one sees how actually everywhere where the call
    • which is popularly called `sharing of work' in national
    • For what I now call the objective economic value can only be
    • is economically amateurish. So it is not that which one can
    • what one can call human speculation, what one can call anything
    • administer. Someone who practically studies this fact in its
    • when one further studies practically how the same treatment,
    • result in the blossoming of the economically beneficial free
    • trade everywhere., that the economically harmful political
    • with this we talk of two radically different realms of human
    • life. And the more practically one regards life, the more one
    • being, not as an economically active being but as man, where he
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • unscientifically such cases are judged and investigated in
    • criticize such great scientists is perhaps first called upon to
    • are critically described in books, so that everyone can test
    • person's life. It is a matter of indifference whether we call
    • see, even such things can be viewed critically, if another,
    • materialistically) eliminates the causes of fatigue.
    • things fantastically, but that our memory-pictures indicate
    • the world of reality. Symbolically one might say: When we only
    • This calls for that critical attitude mentioned at the
    • This can be done by taking in hand systematically that
    • consciously and methodically.
    • abnormal observations critically, and such a critical attitude
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • substance, of an etheric substance, and' that plastically they
    • These so-called wonderful phenomena cannot point to anything
    • the sleeping state, although it is radically different from
    • therefore be judged quite critically; a strictly critical
    • body or the body of formative forces, plastically contain those
    • plastically moulded into them, the soul's essential being, as
    • produce things physically, by physical deeds. They know that
    • world and which plastically moulded our physical and etheric
    • thoughts, nor critically, but in the form of pictures; we
    • course, atomistically small portions must also be surveyed
    • we have first constructed such a plan hypothetically and lead
    • between the ordinary sound common sense and the methodically
    • those who think critically, and with sufficient lack of
    • surely founded — even without the so-called external
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • volitional being abandons what we have called his physical body
    • the same measure in which it is moulded plastically and
    • when we rise up to spheres which are generally called the
    • theoretically, though they leave us inwardly cold, these should
    • that way, one more idealistically, and the other more
    • materialistically in accordance with Darwin's theory of
    • evolutionary descent, but methodically, it can hardly be denied
    • Darwinistically, with a natural-scientific discipline, along
    • world. Even though people may call him a materialist when he
    • deals just as strictly and scientifically with the external
    • spine, with his own spine set vertically to the surface of the
    • themselves artistically in the spirit.
    • theory is transformed, in so far as it is scientifically
    • from the Gospel in a remarkable way, with a magic that calls
    • scientifically-minded men, have grown accustomed to
  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • culture, and believe in what may be called a renewal of culture. An
    • we must penetrate deeply into human souls, if the call for a renewal of
    • can certainly strive to investigate biologically man's inner organic
    • civilisations of the past. Not only theoretically have we lost the
    • For why does the call for
    • very things which we most sorely lack, and in the loud call for socialism, a
    • our own self as an expression of the Divine-spiritual. The call for a
    • souls." — This is why the call for a renewal of culture is to be heard
    • culture we see the physical world everywhere round about us, and we call it
    • after all the same thing which the Orientals once called Maya, illusion
    • those whose work is guided by others physically or spiritually, soon
    • indeed, there is the call to-day to let the best man fill the best place
    • wonder that the call for a renewal of our present culture should arise in
    • for what may be called the threefold division of the social organism.
    • of the divine. And this is sought by listening to what lies in the call for a
    • exists the call for a renewal of religious life, for a renewed religious
    • show you that this call for a renewal of culture is really at the same time a
    • call for knowledge for the development of a new feeling of the true human
    • this call for a renewal of culture, a call which is in many ways not at all
    • resounded in ancient Greece and which now re-echoes from there in the call:



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