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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • in Eastern and Western ways of life. Steiner emphasizes the need to
    • has been announced as a Congress on the philosophy of life, and
    • transformation of our whole life brought about by the
    • significance of this for man's inner life is extraordinarily
    • kind of private current within the life of the soul.
    • seriously within the life of science, we can only reply
    • any individual results, for a philosophy of life.
    • state, or disposition, the mood of life wells up in turn.
    • determines whether we stride courageously through life, so that
    • among our fellow-men, or whether we wander through life
    • something negative for the life of the soul, yet —
    • whilst maintaining a truly scientific outlook on life, to
    • These are the two poles, the one relating to the life of
    • thought and the other to the life of the will, with which the
    • the scientific view of life points beyond itself. It must take
    • attempted by the philosophy of life I am here advocating.
    • ordinary life. For the duration of his exercises,
    • processes. Actually, in our ordinary life, we never have
    • a hermit's life if one sought connection with
    • did condemn himself to solitude and the life of the hermit; for
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • in Eastern and Western ways of life. Steiner emphasizes the need to
    • great problems in life, but life itself. They become the happiness
    • only, but one he must carry for a time through life, so that by this
    • experience of happiness or sorrow he becomes fit or unfit for life.
    • or spiritual life, and must accordingly ask: Is this spiritual
    • life a passing breath, rising from physical existence and
    • the soul, making us courageous and vigorous in life or making
    • grips with life. As I have said, I want to pick out only two of
    • by a sense of the powerlessness of his mental life in face of
    • the outside world. And just because man sees in this life his
    • of mental life.
    • mental life and by the darkness into which we feel our spirit
    • unknown to us at the very point in physical life where it
    • so that we cannot see how it can penetrate dynamically the life
    • mental life in the eyes of ordinary consciousness. The most
    • reaching any significant conclusion about mental life, and that
    • still more clearly in his Mechanism of Mental Life. We
    • mental life. The ego, the psyche, everything that earlier
    • to life and methods of research. And anyone taking the
    • operates, how memory develops in life etc.? — if,
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • in Eastern and Western ways of life. Steiner emphasizes the need to
    • complications of life require man to participate in the
    • view of the world and of life such as I have put before you is
    • ordinary life, what they absorb from the experiences of earthly
    • philosophy. Well, the view of life we are discussing here
    • therein lies its vitality! We are brought back again to life as
    • in the vital life of the soul. We are thus never condemned to
    • concepts are quite so suitable for the meditative life I have
    • days ago. Even in ordinary life, therefore, their thinking
    • But because it developed from the ordinary life of the
    • can look at early periods in the spiritual life of humanity and
    • observe this in life, will find that our thinking today
    • religious life separate in his soul. He even endeavours to form
    • life.
    • does with a lifeless one. We thus arrive (and as I have
    • science and art: religious life. It affects men quite
    • spiritual life.)
    • and on the other hand the religious life to which the Greek
    • life, the soul must first take on that temper of piety, that
    • more we find that its spiritual life is something different
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • in Eastern and Western ways of life. Steiner emphasizes the need to
    • human life, with all their various differences. What I have to
    • dream-like spiritual life. Modem spiritual life is used to
    • dream-like spiritual life, embodied in the most splendid poems,
    • experienced and apprehended spiritual life.
    • When this dream-like spiritual life works on us, however, and
    • in its life, diversity and imaginative working to the soul's
    • his philosophy of life (which has since come down to his
    • and then try to derive your philosophy of life from it. But
    • this is not what happens at all! The scientific view of life we
    • microscope extensively and learnt about cell-life, and formed
    • These are differences of temper in the attitude to life of East
    • together. In the last analysis, the life that surrounds us in
    • spiritual life can be characterized in another way.
    • about the Oriental. In growing into his spiritual life, he
    • temper to the life of the soul in the East: the soul feels a
    • moment in life, our consciousness contains very much more than
    • mental structures do establish themselves in the life of the
    • However, anyone who simply wishes to accept the everyday life
    • This life is made up of images that are the remains of our
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • in Eastern and Western ways of life. Steiner emphasizes the need to
    • matters, the possibility of achieving a knowledge of spiritual life
    • pantheism perhaps or a conception of life reminiscent of
    • details of cosmology as they follow from the philosophy of life
    • life and projecting them — in accordance with one's
    • philosophy of life presented here attains its cosmological
    • of life certanly does not wish to exceed the limits of natural
    • as life, there would be little reason why it should stop short
    • employ in the sciences and work with in ordinary life were able
    • at all times not only to approach the outside of life, but also
    • people, a dispassionate observer of life and of the
    • whole life, and on what we are in life because we can love, we
    • man as a whole, inhabiting life as a living creature. This is
    • Here is one of the two guiding principles for any view of life
    • can be described by saying: any view of life and the world that
    • beginnings of spiritual life that exist outside (in the shape
    • mere knowledge into real life, into a real symbiosis with the
    • ordinary life and ordinary consciousness, before attempting to
    • of marching through life fondly contemplating our own capacity
    • in memory over much that we have experienced in life, we can
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • in Eastern and Western ways of life. Steiner emphasizes the need to
    • of consequence about present-day social life just by thinking out
    • which we could understand social life and shape social forces.
    • conception of life for the hermitage, for contemplative
    • existence in a quiet cell. The conception of life
    • seem like photographs of life from different sides. Yet people
    • philosophy of life I am advocating, prove a very difficult
    • approaching social life and social problems from the most
    • that we can form a life-like picture of them.
    • When the urgent necessity of life presses and misery knocks at
    • life, but are instincts, unconscious feelings. And if we were
    • has to find the proper place in social life as a whole.
    • problem of man's freedom within his social life. The experience
    • of freedom is really just as old as intellectual life. Only
    • when intellectual life raises man to the apprehension of
    • unconscious regions of will or else unconsciously in the life
    • when mankind was more naive about the life of the soul and had
    • complicated social life of man. The things that enable us to
    • only into inorganic, lifeless nature, but also into the forms
    • part in social life.
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • in Eastern and Western ways of life. Steiner emphasizes the need to
    • which yet are directly reflected in man's life today, I shall
    • determines what happens in spiritual and also in economic life.
    • determine, from the centre of national life, the nature of
    • accomplish in economic life he accomplishes by attention to
    • with the externals of life. In Central Europe, as the
    • actual life, even economic affairs, may look to economic
    • on the concrete details of life, not on the overall system that
    • and when spiritual life, too, was not yet so abstract as it
    • nature could develop from their instinctive life by a kind of
    • guiding impulses for social life.
    • life also, they detected social impulses sent into the world
    • manifestation of the instinctive life, which they sought
    • Eastern life as a whole. We can only discuss this patriarchal
    • powers, thus assumed for social life the character of
    • forms that have detached themselves from economic life,
    • economic life could be observed in Eastern Europe right down to
    • into the life of the soul in Greece. Here, man still felt a
    • physical in his make-up. In conscious inner life, there was for
    • man and man. And this goes so far that even religious life is
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • in Eastern and Western ways of life. Steiner emphasizes the need to
    • contribute, from his own particular position in life. My purpose here,
    • Grimm — since his philosophy of life was in itself a
    • joyous one; throughout his life, he kept his eyes fixed on all
    • look to the spiritual life of modern civilization for the
    • yesterday how at the threshold of the spiritual life of the
    • earthly life. Plato thinks it quite feasible that children who
    • appear unfit for life should simply be abandoned, so that they
    • His life is accepted as justified only in so far as he can
    • development of Europe's spiritual life is like a small
    • When we come to examine the basic character of spiritual life
    • individuals. In communal life, human capacities for absorbing
    • that mankind sought as knowledge and as higher spiritual life,
    • higher spiritual life. They did this in such a way that, as I
    • higher spiritual life had to undertake makes it clear that he
    • that is, something that set him apart from life in the ordinary
    • world, as death sets men apart from this life. Then, when he
    • appertained to earthly life, he would, after passing through
    • importance for social life, and that the impulses aroused in
    • on social life outside. As I say, this is not merely a
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • in Eastern and Western ways of life. Steiner emphasizes the need to
    • attempt to get to know the life of the workers. There have been
    • our artistic depiction, from the inside, of the life of the
    • play the forces that have made economic life dominant
    • results of economic life, mechanistic life. Marx made the
    • regard thinking, when it springs from a philosophy of life, as
    • life.
    • in the material sphere of life which is of general human
    • on the other hand, we go to people with a philosophy of life
    • speak — part of a philosophy of life.
    • that the knowledge of the world and philosophy of life
    • outlook on life of the masses in many ways. It has
    • operate in our art and in other branches of life with at least
    • us the right way to bring a philosophy of life to the
    • called upon to expound a philosophy of life.
    • something that is not simply a concept of life, but an
    • outlook, a philosophy of life in the sense
    • that it really contains life and can excite enthusiasm, even
    • that, with a philosophy of life that does not interpose
    • take this kind of philosophy of life to those who are
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • in Eastern and Western ways of life. Steiner emphasizes the need to
    • influence human life as a whole must surely hearken to it
    • anyone who has reacted to the social life of Europe in the last
    • derive from certain dogmatic teachings and feelings about life.
    • widespread in life and results in a great deal of
    • the technology which is so complicating life, a faith in the
    • obtrudes itself particularly on those who observe life
    • man's spiritual life is closely linked to the disintegration of
    • area of social life, something that has been learnt from
    • even for the masses. When in any branch of life capitalism was
    • rising wages, for instance, conditions of life would be
    • situation in which the standard of life was in fact raised
    • fundamentals, not the surface phenomena of social life that we
    • go to make up our social life.
    • of these is the spiritual life of mankind. This spiritual life
    • from the rest of social life — has its own determinants,
    • spiritual life draws its nourishment from the human individuals
    • active in any period, and all the rest of social life depends
    • transformed broad areas of social life. Ask yourselves what is
    • the significance, for social life as a whole, of the fact that
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