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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • external science is unable to give them is to be found by plunging
    • deduction and speculation to pierce through the external world of
    • external sense-impressions.
    • when our attention is directed to external sense-impressions,
    • external, spiritual reality. The objective significance of this
    • To begin with, nothing that can be said to be an external reality
    • different from the relation it previously bore both to external
    • it is a reality just as the external world of sense is reality. And
    • as he knows that the external, material world is reality.
    • ceased to be an external reality, stands before you in a
    • passed into you, as it were, from the external world, has become part
    • remembrances, the whole world of external experiences with which
    • the inner life, the world of external experiences is conjured up
    • knowledge through mediums or by compiling external, sensational data
    • external, nature-necessity but to the necessity which runs through
    • we feel to be the necessity of destiny — which is not external,
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • external Nature and also of the physical nature of the human
    • also in ordinary science is given up to external observation and
    • follows, as it were, the thread of external observation. We direct
    • our senses towards the external world and link our thoughts with
    • external world provides a firm support, enabling us to connect our
    • and more the support given by external observation. Observation has
    • just as living as is ordinarily the case with external sense
    • this attention is ordinarily claimed only by an external sense
    • connection with an external sense impression, we should learn to
    • an external world. To begin with, it leads only to man’s
    • sense-organ is turned to some external object, the perception can be
    • and the bones of the skull, you must compare the external surface of
    • correspond to the external surface of a cranial bone; and vice versa,
    • us a conception of the external physical world, so the steps
    • minds at rest by leaning upon the external reality.
    • external observation. One cannot of course be a stronger materialist
    • no longer have the support which the external world provides, as it
    • support in the same way in which the external sense perceptions give
    • external object is real, when you experience its reality within your
    • soul. An external object can be called real, if we should have to
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  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • consciousness and which reflects the external world, does not go
    • which connect us with the external world. As a result, the
    • sphere of pure thinking, when he surrenders to the external
    • with it, the external physical world, as well as the world of
    • when we come across such things in the external physical world.
    • the external world.
    • characterize the external world differently from the way in which
    • penetrate more intensively into the life of the external world.
    • connect us with the external world and its objects.
    • which the external world can offer. In regard to that which lies
    • substances from the external world in order to grow and to
    • external physical world, as with the spiritual world, and
    • contemplates the external physical world in the meaning of
    • etc., etc. Even through his external form he rises above heavy
    • knowledge, the results of external sense observation,
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • the sphere of external, natural-scientific research and so well
    • external scientific research.
    • and that our soul life is soundly connected with the external
    • from the external world, not impressions which rise out of our
    • external action; otherwise it remains mere desire, even though we
    • mere desires, if we are not able to take hold of the external
    • our past earthly existence, we find that the external conditions
    • towards external actions. But an anthroposophical spiritual
    • transformations in the external world once produced by the
    • external observations and experiments that remain connected with
    • world, now reflects itself in the external world as thought. An
  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • structuring of the administration, of the external formation of
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • so thoroughly at home in the sphere of external, natural
    • facts revealed by ordinary external scientific research.
    • is healthily connected with the external world in which we
    • impressions which come to us from the external world, not
    • passes over to external action; otherwise it remains mere
    • take hold of the external physical reality.
    • find that the external conditions and the people whom we met,
    • life acquires a meaning when directed towards external actions.
    • influences in man. The transformations in the external world
    • are applied to external observations and experiments that
    • the soul-spiritual world, now reflects itself in the external
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • the foundation of his external physical being, forms and guides
    • of the external world through our sensory organs, for instance
    • clings to external, superficial facts in order to
    • from the external world. The human being only exists as a full
    • absorbed from the external physical world. There are many
    • that it is something which pertains to the external world and
    • sentient-volitional being into the external world, forces of
    • We learn to look upon them as external thought-forces of the
    • external world. We pass through the portal of sleep with these
    • surrender ourselves passively to the external world with our
    • external world. We experience the Yesterday, then in connection
    • developed within the soul, are connected with the external
    • investigations, if it passively submits to the external course
    • emancipate our thinking from the external course of time. The
    • external course of time.
    • the external world. We look out, as it were, from our own
    • sphere, the external world. We are within ourselves and the
    • external world is outside.
    • which constituted our external world here on earth, and the
    • external world on earth now becomes a kind of inner world.
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • ordinary consciousness and which reflects the external world,
    • we make use of the senses which connect us with the external
    • when he surrenders to the external sensory world without any
    • special interest or a close connection with it, the external
    • across such things in the external physical world. How
    • wealth of interest in the external world.
    • characterise the external world differently from the way in
    • external world. When we try to gain knowledge, we are then no
    • than those which usually connect us with the external world and
    • which the external world can offer. In regard to that which
    • takes in substances from the external world, in order to grow
    • deals just as strictly and scientifically with the external
    • contemplates the external physical world in the sense of
    • external form he rises above heavy matter, up to the free
    • natural-scientific knowledge, the results of external
  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • even the ancient Greek, who saw the external embodiment of soul-spiritual
    • right way through external Nature, through everything which constitutes the
    • within external Nature. The soul-spiritual element which shone out to the men
    • longer directly bring into our own inner being the whole external life of
    • external Nature to the human organism in order to understand it, we shall
    • all that can be gathered from the external kingdoms of Nature.
    • during recent centuries. External life reflects this in every way. Far more
    • than we think, external life reflects the forces which came to the fore in
    • that time of his life when he is ready to work in the external world. But
    • described the external physical world as Maya, as the great illusion, for it
    • external world nothing but Maya or the great illusion.
    • external world, and “reality” to his inner being. Modern culture
    • also exists. Our external life has become mechanised, and with our modern
    • self. Man loses himself in as much as he contemplates the external
    • regards the external mechanised life of modern times we must work so as to
    • external life we have had to learn to work one for the other.
    • the external nature of man. Our conception and feeling in regard to human
    • therefore become a purely external one. We no longer observe the man and how
    • when it has streamed into the external product which is then brought on to
    • modern external Christianity more and more considers this man Jesus merely as
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