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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • intelligible to modern civilisation and culture, and I know, too, how
    • which have helped to make modern science great. Modern science has
    • modern research.
    • the boundaries of modern science. Moreover it is recognised that the
    • barrier is reached. Anthroposophy is in complete accord with modern
    • in amateurish fashion. This particular brand of modern superstition
    • which, in face of the modern longing for science, can lead into these
    • a scientist in the modern sense, believing in the conservation of
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • fully judge the achievement of our modern times, resulting from
    • mentality of modern times.
    • You know that recognised modern psychology does not go beyond certain
    • soul. Most frequently of all modern psycho-physicists speak of
    • Though somewhat modified, modern science also adopts this view, but
    • There is one essential point which should be borne in mind: In modern
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • modern culture.
    • immense importance to those who are interested in modern
    • Modern
    • meaning of a modern natural scientist. He does not bring any
    • disciplined methods of modern natural science.
    • accordance with modern ideas: “But science must not become
    • idea. Although modern scientists set up the fundamental law of
    • conscientiousness into scientific Darwinism and its modern
    • in the meaning of modern civilization, we find on the one hand
    • modern civilization, the moral-religious world which reveals
    • animals, that it is possible to adhere to the methods of modern
    • modern humanity, particularly conscientious,
    • expression in modern science, to this same extent humanity will
    • believes that this can be its contribution to modern
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • of the universe modern people show a deep interest for everything
    • of modern investigators, examples which prove that the keen
    • greatest modern scientist, with a man so thoroughly at home in
    • desire of unquestionably serious modern scientists leads them to
    • with modern culture. The writer remarks that in the light of
    • modern scientific truths, of modern ethical life, and to develop
    • something new: What modern natural science brings to the fore, is
    • way by modern science.
  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • the modern proletariat in their lives through the fact that I
    • this way by observing modern production, the eye of the soul
    • the social question is a result of modern working together and
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • knowledge of man and of the universe modern people show a deep
    • a few striking conceptions of modern investigators, examples
    • to do with one of the greatest of modern scientists, with a man
    • longing, the great desire of unquestionably serious modern
    • comparison with the rest of modern culture. The writer remarks
    • good knowledge of modern scientific truths, of modern ethical
    • begin to notice something new: What modern natural science
    • by modern science.
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • well able to compete with everything which modern people are
    • by modern scientists. Telepathy is a phenomenon of this kind.
    • understanding by a certain modern scientific direction which
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • to the acquisitions of modern culture.
    • interested in modern civilisation, as are the facts which I
    • know that modern civilisation has succeeded, at least up to a
    • is completely that of a modern natural scientist. He does not
    • orderly disciplined methods of modern natural science.
    • accustomed to think in accordance with modern ideas: “But
    • contradicts this conception. Although modern scientists set up
    • scientific Darwinism and its modern description of the
    • natural-scientific mentality and in the sense of modern
    • in the sense of modern civilisation, the moral-religious world
    • of modern science, but that other results are obtained.
    • that modern humanity, particularly conscientious,
    • modern science, to this same extent humanity will also feel
    • modern civilisation. For in the same measure in which people
  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • searching souls? We find them above all among modern youth. Particularly
    • but at least encourage what so many modern people are seeking to find.
    • above all we cannot deal only with the characteristics of modern culture, but
    • soul-configuration of modern humanity has been prepared during the past
    • soul. It does not merely reveal itself in the way in which modern people
    • just now. Only in the course of human evolution has modern man thoroughly
    • Inwardly, modern man developed
    • existence of modern man, at the same time estranged him from his own
    • the quest of modern man for the human being. Though we may do our utmost to
    • but to-day we pass each other by, and under the influence of our modern
    • into the seeking life of modern times, by setting out from such aspects, we
    • intellectual element in modern life cannot and must not develop during
    • unconscious wisdom, than we can ever learn later on. Yet our modern culture
    • discover in modern youth, this is the feeling expressed in their search and
    • have given rise to the great achievements of modern culture, achievements
    • which cannot be prized highly enough, we find that modern civilisation could
    • humanity which surrounds us everywhere and which constitutes our modern
    • one-sided culture, but our modern culture is also one-sided.
    • opposite conception, which is also one-sided. From the standpoint of modern
    • external world, and “reality” to his inner being. Modern culture
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