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  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • physical-mineral earth.
    • the animal and vegetable kingdoms also contain mineral
    • substances. Plants contain mineral substances, for the plant
    • builds itself up from mineral substances. By taking in vegetable
    • nourishment we therefore build up our own body out of mineral
    • significance of the mineral substances which we absorb. Spiritual
    • purely mineral in man, what he bears within him as purely mineral
    • thoughts could not exist if they did not dissolve mineral,
    • elimination of mineral-physical substances throughout the whole
    • the fact that man continually develops within himself the mineral
    • death, or the elimination of physical-mineral substance —
    • mineral-physical substance — we learn to know the continual
    • to this obscuring, to this casting-off of physical mineral
    • mineral life on earth, we understand why there should be mineral,
    • mineralization through thinking, we also learn to know through
    • man's physical body the lifeless mineral earth. This creates a
    • mineralized during the thinking process; we perceive this in the
    • development of man; through the activity of the mineral in man we
    • learn to know the task of the mineral kingdom within the
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • the animals and the minerals, surround our physical being on
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • particularly his relationship with the physical mineral
    • kingdoms also contain mineral substances. Plants contain
    • mineral substances, for the plant builds itself up from mineral
    • build up our own body out of mineral substances.
    • perceive the true significance of the mineral substances which
    • But it is possible to understand that the purely mineral in
    • man, what he bears within him as purely mineral substances,
    • could not exist if they did not dissolve mineral, earthly
    • mineral-physical substances throughout the whole body.
    • And in this secretion of the mineral-physical develops just
    • fact that man continually develops within himself the mineral
    • gradual course of death, or the separation of physical-mineral
    • complete liberator of man's mineral-physical substance —
    • to this separating off of physical mineral substances.
    • world, for instance, the mineral life on earth, we understand
    • why there should be mineral, earthly laws. They exist so that
    • its mineralization through thinking, we also learn to know
    • through man's physical body the lifeless mineralised earth.
    • instance, that the physical body becomes mineralised during the
    • mineral in man we learn to know the task of the mineral kingdom



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