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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • translated from a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
    • translated from a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
    • to proceed hand-in-hand with everything that can be learnt from
    • days, when the signs of decline are to be seen on every hand, it must
    • seized the Spirit he may take a real hand in the affairs of practical
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • Translated by persons unknown from Shorthand reports unrevised
    • Translated by persons unknown from Shorthand reports unrevised
    • of formative forces, which represents on the one hand a soul-element,
    • the other hand let me tell you one other thing which should be borne
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • We grow aware, on the one hand, of a complete feeling of
    • form of old presentiments handed over traditionally in the
    • hand to dissolve physical substances, to eliminate them from the
    • the physical sphere. On the one hand people take it amiss today
    • sailing into a fantastic region. But just as on the one hand
    • a real, objective world, so they take it amiss on the other hand
    • the anthroposophical spiritual investigator who on the one hand
    • whole development by spiritual forces, handled by spiritual
    • as they appear in the kingdom of man on the one hand, and in the
    • in the meaning of modern civilization, we find on the one hand
    • being belongs, and on the other hand we find that man can only be
    • handed over to the elements, but the human being himself passes
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • would have to die unless his hand was amputated, and he begged
    • the doctor to amputate his hand and his arm as quickly as
    • hand with an inky nib and who believed that he had blood
    • really exist. On the other hand, all those who seriously
    • grew nervous, pricked his hand with the nib and clung to the
    • by taking in hand systematically that which otherwise takes place
    • handwriting. If someone really strives with an iron will to
    • change his handwriting, the application of energy required for
    • thinking which we acquire, and on the other hand our transformed
  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • Karl Marx. Spiritual life, economic life. Merchandize on the one hand,
    • land and capital on the other hand. Gold currency. Collective decision
    • establish a foundation for his further handling of the core
    • say how one imagines that these things should be handled. That
    • collectivism, but how on the other hand all strength of
    • them. One realized on the one hand the tendency of the economic
    • life and on the other hand the equally valid demand to let the
    • is this which on the one hand stands so vividly before one's
    • the other hand that which we call the present social question
    • the other hand one sees how actually everywhere where the call
    • emotions. But on the other hand, by a serious observation of
    • his hands needs a certain skill for this work, he needs various
    • which, as they are circulating, become merchandise. One is
    • concerned with the circulation of merchandise. An item which
    • becomes, in the sense I must regard it, merchandise.
    • now appears that all that which is merchandise can have a real
    • other circumstances, so true it is on the other hand that one
    • merchandise has a very special relationship to economic life.
    • applied to merchandise. It cannot be applied to anything else
    • merchandise has. For one cannot apply it to land or to
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • blood poisoning and that he would have to die unless his hand
    • was amputated, and he begged the doctor to amputate his hand,
    • the man who pricked his hand with an inky nib and who believed
    • cases of sudden death really exist. On the other hand, all
    • death, but he grew nervous, pricked his hand with the nib and
    • This can be done by taking in hand systematically that
    • something quite insignificant, for instance, one's handwriting.
    • handwriting, the application of energy required for the
    • hand our transformed desires, are those which show us that when
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • moral defects handicapped his development towards perfection.
    • unconsciously. So we have on the one hand Nature, to which we
    • belong through our actions, and on the other hand our ethical
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • hand, of a complete feeling of loneliness, which alone enables
    • presentiments handed down traditionally in the religious
    • up, thinking must, so to speak, have a free hand to dissolve
    • remain in the physical sphere. On the one hand people take it
    • on the one hand people take it amiss if one describes the
    • on the other hand if in regard to man's physical development
    • the one hand ventures to speak in a certain way of the
    • kingdom of man on the one hand, and in the animal-kingdom on
    • civilisation, we find on the one hand the rigid scientific
    • inserted, and on the other hand, we find that man can only be
    • human being: his corpse is handed over to the elements, the
  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • satisfaction that on the one hand it is possible for them to solve the
    • deepening. On the one hand, we are to have a science which has nothing to do



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