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- Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
- well, can be acquired by exercises. “Imaginative
- “mathematicising”; and it has been gained by exercises.
- developing our “mathematicising” by exercises, we shall
- who came to be “savants” through Yoga exercises —
- epochs through all kinds of exercises is present of itself in later
- exercises practised in ancient times, and we see that this
- Yoga. It was always through exercises that men strove for the higher
- through exercises. To-day we have rather vague ideas about the early
- abstractedly as we do to-day. He, too, had to do exercises, and
- ordinary study was also combined with the doing of exercises. Inward
- exercises had to be carried out, though not so strenuously as with
- Yoga breathing; they were more inward, but still a set of exercises.
- practised these inwardly, as exercises, Arithmetic followed;
- through inward exercises, and this geometry, as something involving
- breathing exercises of earlier times had been replaced by a more inward
- we take for granted to-day, possessing it without these exercises
- different epochs had to advance by means of exercises — in
- ancient times by breathing exercises (Yoga) which gave him the
- granted; in later times by exercises that went from Grammar to Music
- that we need to undertake exercises in order to carry further the
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