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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • kind of private current within the life of the soul.
    • riddles of this kind. Even the remotest villages, to which no
    • nevertheless brought by their education to the kind of thinking
    • older paths that mankind has followed in order to arrive
    • who form their picture of the earlier epochs of mankind only
    • as something actually harmful to mankind. But in successive
    • comprised among other things a particular kind of
    • would say, sacred traditions, and is accepted by mankind today
    • transformed thinking we can reach knowledge that will be a kind
    • rendered to mankind. It has made us aware that ordinary
    • incentive to seek a kind of thinking no longer founded on
    • thinking to enter a kind of musical region, but one that is
    • example: there have indeed been individuals with this kind of
    • this kind of objection; there is something quite fantastic,
    • occur in its physical interior. Earlier mankind
    • penetrating with mathematics of this kind into worlds that we
    • People will not believe how close this modern kind of
    • spiritual science seeks not to create any kind of opposition to
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • the mental only as a kind of effect of it. The unsatisfactory
    • attains a kind of spiritual vision with which it can see into a
    • certain exercises of an intellectual, emotional and moral kind
    • with the outside world. We transcend this kind of
    • conceptual life of this kind is energized; is independent of
    • sphere. Only when modern man attains this kind of conceptual
    • of a spiritual kind, then we are, not students of the spirit
    • give us any information about any kind of outside world, not
    • the fact is that anyone who falls into this kind of morbid
    • one was led by a kind of inner necessity to what we now see to
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • mankind's historical development to help us in our
    • must realize that in its depths there operate all kinds of
    • which in all kinds of indirect ways also affect our own soul
    • mankind.
    • the powers to which mankind has advanced since those early
    • decades for certain kinds of knowledge. Again, it is
    • mankind. There will, of course, be many people who will say:
    • inventions; and then to put forward another kind of certainty
    • converted into a kind of artistic thinking or artistic
    • sphere, which represents a kind of qualitative mathesis. But
    • allow logical thinking to flow over into a kind of artistic
    • with the kinds of thought that prove to be healthy and correct
    • a kind of knowledge that flows over into the artistic sphere. I
    • yearning for a balance of this kind is certainly present in the
    • transition, what matters is the kind of transition. In
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • can be described by a kind of spiritual geography —
    • moved by something of the way of experiencing the world kindled
    • think of mathematical truths to realize that all kinds of
    • Orient and still survives even today as a kind of antiquated
    • have to condemn a view of this kind; we can take a positive
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • some kind of spiritual knowledge? even though it may often turn
    • to do with someone who makes claims of this kind. He will think
    • the other kinds of knowledge man requires* today, this
    • With the kinds of knowledge I have been speaking of in the last
    • this kind, as if we have been awakened from sleep. We eavesdrop
    • one. He had hard things to say about this kind of mystical
    • extent that the whole man becomes a kind of sense-organ, or
    • upon this kind of self-knowledge and see that, whilst on the
    • it is one quite different in kind from what we observe within
    • purely material. From this emerges a kind of bubble. There
    • been observed on this kind of solid basis is then built up into
    • this kind.
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • philosophy of this kind, orientated towards the
    • discovery, into a kind of emptiness, which we experience
    • when mankind was more naive about the life of the soul and had
    • people suspect that behind this demand there lurks a kind of
    • it as a kind of mental bone-system. Until then, we actually
    • most part, about what governs society. We, mankind that is,
    • Nowadays, this is made very difficult for mankind; for when we
    • kinds of stakes applied to it, training it into a set shape. A
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • between men, however, involves trust. And trust involves a kind
    • a kind of patriarchal autocracy. This is pervaded, not only by
    • inclination to think up a system of this kind; his eye is only
    • many millions of men like a kind of religion, fifty years
    • absorbed a disposition towards the kind of systematization of
    • individuals sought a kind of connection with the spiritual
    • nature man experiences within himself a kind of world-memory.
    • nature could develop from their instinctive life by a kind of
    • particular kind of spiritual being, from whom we can receive
    • kind seek to assert themselves.
    • That is why, in the ancient Orient, commerce is a kind of
    • people. As concomitants of modern technical life, all kinds of
    • this is the time when mankind must regain, at a higher level,
    • remains a kind of dead thought. Anyone, however, who becomes
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • mankind into a mood of extraordinary pessimism and
    • the things that can elevate mankind and that exist in man
    • at the same time it can never be the business of mankind to get
    • direct mankind. Yet we can also see, there in the East, that it
    • of development in mankind, to penetrate to the self after all.
    • that mankind sought as knowledge and as higher spiritual life,
    • undergo a complete transformation as a man, a kind of
    • had consciously to undergo a kind of death. He experienced,
    • and into social life. In ascribing a function of this kind to
    • kind of extrinsic purpose to it. Objections of this kind,
    • What grew out of this kind of society in Asia then established
    • that, as early as the eleventh century, a kind of Socialism
    • kind of bewilderment that ensues when the question arises: How
    • educational method of this kind, education of the spirit and
    • experience of the different forms of mankind. These differences
    • articulated into the social organization of mankind. Whereas
    • what we ought to see is the kind of thing Herman Grimm had in
    • mind, or whether we are not justified in thinking that mankind
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • kinds of social institutions in which they claim that mankind,
    • or at any rate a section of mankind, would prosper better than
    • kind of social system. It is possible today to be familiar with
    • less. The fact is that mankind can prosper socially in all
    • kinds of different ways, within the most varied
    • into the factory and business, whatever its kind, and being
    • had to teach all kinds of subjects. I never kowtowed to any
    • my kind of popular instruction impossible, but the fact that
    • mankind today are employed in such a way that their work cannot
    • needs. Mankind has had to become resigned about
    • time, played a much greater rôle in mankind's
    • Anyone today who, growing up within mankind, has no
    • hankerings of this kind, it has come about — as
    • kind will not help you.
    • kind of superstition the ideas and concepts and notions that we
    • What do we assert? We assert that mankind was originally
    • the knowledge imparted to them is of a kind that they
    • much for us here! Yet when you speak of this kind of thing,
    • I certainly believe that social influence of this kind must be
    • want it; but in affairs of this kind, the important thing is
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • demonstrate how mankind could achieve social thinking and
    • unconscious will of mankind in Europe. Everywhere we find these
    • become conscious of the direction in which mankind is really
    • part what mankind has worked out intellectually and embodied in
    • institution. In the historical development of mankind in
    • say, a third kind of obstacle to true social co-operation among
    • represents a kind of sovereign remedy, enabling them to decide
    • of these is the spiritual life of mankind. This spiritual life
    • that is really to flourish in the spiritual life of mankind
    • life of mankind. Instead, the opponents of natural law
    • looking solely at what has exercised mankind historically, we
    • consequence of this, however, mankind also proceeds
    • becomes increasingly abstract. What mankind acquires in one
    • into men's habits of thought and feeling a kind of abstraction.
    • so we have reached a kind of dead end in the matter of
    • noblest of intentions for the development of mankind, a man
    • Associations of this kind will come into being. They are
    • way, you can also see that, for over a century, mankind in
    • law. Any other kind of law turns into convention. True law must

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