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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • issued. I attach great importance to the fact that here too, as in
    • down, mingling with these memories and remembrances, lie many factors
    • in spiritual reality. At this stage, the fact of man’s repeated
    • is the factor which entails subjection of the ‘I’
    • factor in the advancing evolution of mankind. And every unprejudiced
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • severely, as pathological elements; in fact, the results obtained by
    • expressed by the movements of the clock. The same process in fact is
    • psychopathic people due to the fact that certain memories are blotted
    • something personal, but which is also an objective fact.
    • of lectures, in the same way in which natural-scientific facts are
    • generally advanced. Scientific facts can be remembered, they live in
    • our memory and can be set forth with the aid of memory. But the facts
    • him to experience the most elementary facts of spiritual science.
    • survey its chief facts, the forces which made us progress. We see, as
    • speculations, simply based on the fact that people are unwilling to
    • in fact the whole life of the soul, undergoes a complete change.
    • Let us bear in mind the fact that Goethe tried to interpret the
    • This can only be achieved through the fact that now our thinking no
    • consists in the fact that one sense supports the other. When we have
    • fact which I now briefly wish to summarize. But if you follow the
    • corresponding train of thought you will see that the following fact
    • can be accepted: In the physical world we designate a fact as
    • consist, for example, in the fact that at certain given moments we
    • the religious life must suffer through the fact that it is possible
    • these in fact are soul-spiritual laws pertaining to the higher
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  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Ordinary consciousness is therefore based upon the fact that we
    • and the understanding. The fact that love or perhaps hate are
    • world, the fact that we feel induced to do certain things for
    • How conscious we are of the fact that our inner life grows cold,
    • does not change through the fact that I look upon it with fire
    • change through the fact that we connect ourselves with these
    • super-sensible knowledge, the fact that people (if I may now
    • premonition, but it is a certainty, a fact just as certain as the
    • earthly substances, a fact also revealed by the spiritual
    • takes its course through the fact that physical substance is
    • the fact that man continually develops within himself the mineral
    • only look back upon our physical body because the following fact
    • ordinary life, this is always accompanied by the fact that
    • stream of your thoughts. You confront the fact that in death
    • but through the fact that we obtain in one experience this
    • arise? Through the fact that in your organism certain processes
    • civilization, just as interesting as the facts which I explained
    • hypotheses, as some people say, still contain many unclear facts,
    • physical world, we must remain by physical facts.
    • spiritual science of Anthroposophy is characterized by the fact
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  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • laboratory. The real facts which he now relates, and which, one
    • the fact that upon the second photograph Sir Oliver Lodge's son
    • been taken. After examining all the facts, Sir Oliver Lodge came
    • In fact, after two
    • see in this fact, to begin with, one might say, an
    • description was correct even in regard to the fact that two
    • seek a knowledge which goes beyond the facts revealed by ordinary
    • must draw attention to the fact that the methods of
    • essential facts are known to the great majority of those who are
    • fact that under certain pathological conditions of a lighter
    • Schleich's patient, the factors which brought about his sudden
    • faculty can, so to speak, transcend space and time. This fact
    • this fact, also know that a person endowed with second sight can
    • something pertaining to the future. And this fact pertaining to
    • never reach a satisfactory solution of this problem. Even such
    • world in which we live, is guaranteed by the fact that we do not
    • arise through the fact that we place them into our consciousness,
    • we are confronted by the strange fact that whereas formerly we
    • as the eye is an organ of sight through the fact that it can
    • fact that the mirror of thoughts is now no longer within us, but
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  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • equal warmth, that it gives me deep satisfaction to be allowed
    • the modern proletariat in their lives through the fact that I
    • interest in concrete branches of manufacture and industries by
    • during the last centuries. One would like to say: The fact that
    • arises in view of the historical facts: How is it that two such
    • human individuality. And the strange fact emerges that although
    • will impulse of individualism is active. In actual fact, all
    • this fact and one will have to realize as its final consequence
    • the strange fact that Karl Marx for instance treats the product
    • on the fact that in to-day's economic life nothing can be
    • administer. Someone who practically studies this fact in its
    • in economic life by the fact that in practice one treats with
    • that which in actual fact cannot be compared. In other words
    • to explain what I want to say about this by a fact. You all
    • This is a very important historical fact which happened not so
    • Indeed, man is a unity, but just because of the fact that these
    • come from the fact that one does not study economic life with
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • accustomed to apply in his physical laboratory. The real facts
    • the fact that upon the second photograph Sir Oliver Lodge's son
    • examining all the facts, Sir Oliver Lodge came to the
    • fact, after two or three weeks, the photographs which no
    • son. Even a scientist could see in this fact, to begin with,
    • fact that two photographs were taken and that the second one
    • facts revealed by ordinary external scientific research.
    • attention to the fact that the methods of this investigation
    • so that the essential facts are known to the great majority of
    • is a fact that under certain pathological conditions of a
    • the case of Schleich's patient, the factors which brought about
    • and time. This fact supplies the critical objection which must
    • advantage) those who are acquainted with this fact, also
    • something pertaining to the future. And this fact
    • applied to-day, will never reach a satisfactory solution of
    • live, is guaranteed by the fact that we do not somehow mix up
    • were a mirror. And then we are confronted by the strange fact
    • sight through the fact that it can reproduce the world within
    • recognise that we have left the body through the fact
    • sphere of ordinary, trivial facts. But we can look upon such
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • yesterday's lecture, but because the facts concerning man's
    • the anthroposophical facts which will now be set forth will
    • critical examination of certain facts may have convinced you
    • Perhaps I may once more draw attention to the fact that through
    • world's spiritual foundation through the fact that the human
    • a fact which must be indicated over and over again, whenever
    • facts. For we learn to know that the physical body and the body
    • pre-natal condition, and the characteristic fact which rises up
    • fact which presents itself to the real spiritual vision. But
    • knowledge of the fact that man's physical body, man's etheric
    • What do we then take with us? If we realise the fact that we
    • leave behind our past, we can also realise the fact that what
    • clings to external, superficial facts in order to
    • Does this fact contradict the explanations given above? It does
    • can thus be experienced, resembles in some points a fact which
    • Then we recognise the fact that when the human being passes
    • earthly life, in some way to experience facts which are
    • earthly life events or facts which counterbalance those
    • establishes as a fact — namely, how we approach
    • some decisive fact in life.
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • upon the fact that we use the instruments of our physical body,
    • fact that love or perhaps hate are kindled in us when we
    • encounter certain people in the physical world, the fact that
    • conscious we are of the fact that our inner life grows cold,
    • not change, they do not become less objective, for in fact they
    • it does not change through the fact that I look upon it with
    • content does not change through the fact that we connect
    • super-sensible knowledge, the fact that people (if I may
    • premonition, but it is a certainty, a fact just as certain as
    • the results of physics or chemistry. And this is in fact
    • substances, a fact also revealed by the spiritual sciences of
    • that this activity takes its course through the fact that
    • fact that man continually develops within himself the mineral
    • substance, — for death in fact, is nothing but the
    • body because the following fact exists: Whenever a thought
    • accompanied by the fact that physical matter is secreted in the
    • the continual stream of your thoughts. You confront the fact
    • completely in the universal ether, but through the fact that we
    • does this arise? Through the fact that in your organism certain
    • interested in modern civilisation, as are the facts which I
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  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • facts on the subject chosen for to-day, even though the spiritual science of
    • satisfaction in the things which we as older people could offer to them? And
    • beings in the world of the stars, but he still had some inkling of the fact
    • The fact that he stands within
    • spatial world, of the stars and their movements, the fact that he can
    • unsolved) by a certain feeling of satisfaction; people are filled with
    • satisfaction that on the one hand it is possible for them to solve the
    • this point we also understand the fact that we have allowed our feelings and
    • expression of our mature culture. But this fact exercises a great influence
    • shall come across this same fact very definitely in many other spheres of
    • the fact that man is the highest animal: we do not penetrate as far as
    • Greeks again; I am merely telling you this as an elucidation of the fact that
    • Jesus, a feeling which alone can give us satisfaction. By looking only upon
    • civilisation, will therefore be unable to draw any satisfaction out of a
    • fellows) man may once more find satisfaction in his ethical, social and



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