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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • contemplating the outside world, and which represents a
    • cannot at present acknowledge, as a semblance. In
    • human soul is confronted by present-day scientific opinions. In
    • What I am presenting as a necessity deriving from science
    • of knowledge than does present-day science?
    • present-day path of knowledge is still not easy to explain
    • that we shall understand each other about present-day ways of
    • will thus be forced, when considering later epochs, to present
    • you reflect carefully on this, you will conclude: present-day
    • spiritual worlds. That again is no way for the present. Anyone
    • is present already in the later way of yoga, for example in
    • illustrate this from present-day life, although the example is
    • thinking, ostensibly vital; but the present time, with its
    • present, we have certain habits that perhaps we did not have
    • What is going on here can be represented as follows: take the
    • we often have to represent this experience to ourselves
    • representatives of the school of Haeckel has expressly admitted
    • present to us, beyond the mask and gestures, into the spiritual
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • the many experiences in the realm of the psyche which present
    • presents itself to the psychologist, with ordinary
    • appeared here in Vienna which represent milestones in the
    • into being. This is a necessary product of our present attitude
    • modern times. Yet he it was who presented the riddle of the
    • the soul from birth to the present. This requires more effort
    • but greater still is what is present and goes on in the
    • been present in embryo and to have developed in such a way that
    • prepared the longings that appear in the present and
    • vision. Yet the philosophy of life I am here presenting does
    • psychology is present today in countless souls. It therefore
    • outlined here today does in fact represent the desire of
    • forces of decline present in our age.
    • content and vital spiritual activity for the present and for
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • cognitive capacities that are not present in ordinary
    • be secure. He knew that it also represented something enduring
    • present epoch. Yet what we gain in thinking techniques
    • us examine our present-day way of thinking. (I shall have an
    • present civilization. And we find this characteristic
    • scientific thought of the present, you arrive at what I have
    • sphere, which represents a kind of qualitative mathesis. But
    • present in the Greek mind, not in the controlled and conscious
    • science gradually passes into the present complete separation
    • represented plastically, but in the religious mysteries it is
    • historical epoch remains present at a certain spot on the
    • however, something survives which presents religion, art and
    • immediate present, especially the further West we move; while
    • yearning for a balance of this kind is certainly present in the
    • representative Central European, we find art and science
    • Spinoza he had found divine power represented philosophically.
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • down to the present), we feel a spiritual need to go beyond
    • presents itself directly to the eye is dissected and placed
    • harvested perhaps the finest fruits of present-day
    • contact between the tempers of East and West in our present
    • world, but this time from the immediate present. Our
    • see, therefore, that “ideology” represents in an
    • Centre, where man is presented as he thinks and feels, the two
    • sought to represent, in order to show where understanding is
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • is naturally impossible, in a single lecture, to present any
    • philosophy of life presented here attains its cosmological
    • present time, observing that natural science is limited and
    • popular way I could also present quite scientifically. But we
    • it represents the impact of certain vital processes on the
    • it is presented, which may be agreeable to limited minds,
    • being, as we now perceive it, will present itself as a record
    • at spiritually, inwardly. All this presents itself to us as
    • life between birth and the present is recorded in the soul.
    • Such things may appear paradoxical to present-day
    • present us with a solid shape of complex structure; yet
    • antipathy is present, a negative judgment for example, has a
    • present back into earlier ages can only properly be completed
    • in the so-called heat-death, of which present-day science
    • is certainly unintelligible to present-day science. If we are
    • reconciliation between what presents itself to us spiritually
    • and what presents itself to us materially.
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • of consequence about present-day social life just by thinking out
    • instincts and social impulses that were present, if in a
    • form no longer appropriate to the present time, in earlier
    • whether this power, which represents the glory and triumph, so
    • configurations are still present. On the other hand, man owes
    • to the characteristics of the present epoch. And for these he
    • clearly that we are present in it with our entire substance:
    • introduction. People at present talk a very great deal about
    • have in our present-day social pattern an inorganic combination
    • present. Nowadays, we speak in rather inexact terms, for the
    • effort to present the child solely with what, it is believed,
    • presents to the young is really something appropriate only to a
    • very small area in fact, of present-day social needs. It can be
    • experience. Only those who strengthen the present
    • Certain theories in present-day philosophy have even
    • today in a way that present-day forces themselves require. Its
    • talents were represented in the teacher, we should still have
    • the law in ideas and concepts. It seeks rather to present ideas
    • consequence, we may perhaps be justified in saying: present-day
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • the present day. We can say: the further West we go, the more
    • background. This is because our present-day structures,
    • in place when we attempt to depict present-day social
    • attenuated form. There is much in present-day social structures
    • present-day Russia.
    • Plato's views are often presented abstractly, the spirit in
    • need only examine the economic element as it presented itself
    • example, that in Germany, right down to the present day, it has
    • other present-day social structures, we can see even more
    • the present time, therefore, we can see three principal types
    • antecedents of present-day social structures. It is
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • present temper of soul — together with all the
    • soul-powers we can acquire at present — is affected by
    • modern consciousness, we must conclude that there is present as
    • represented a step forward in his development; he had also to
    • man as a higher being — represented a strengthening of
    • are very much of the present, as opposed to what, on the basis
    • humanity. A leading figure in present-day educational circles
    • to present a scene showing how a man wins through to an inner
    • struggle of the present day: to enable what exists around us
    • Thus the present time occupies a position not only between
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • are seeking, within the present social system, forces that inspire
    • present seek salvation in this or that recipe; they devise all
    • or, at the present day, within the social chaos —
    • impressively presented through works of art and literature,
    • the present, however, the most important point is not really
    • I presented history, for example, in such a way as to
    • accord with party dogma; instead, what is presented by way of
    • representative replied: “Freedom is something we
    • present with work that turns them back upon themselves.
    • morning till night, unless it be so presented to them that they
    • present-day psychology has yet revealed) something that
    • social humanity, so to speak, at the present time; to look at
    • a way that what is inside him is presented as far as possible
    • element which I have been able to represent as a world-memory
    • We must leave behind the spectres within us, represented by all
    • in the will.” If the will is present in a sufficiently
    • his primary substance. Present-day Americans like to quote
    • developed represents a primitive form of the exercises by which
    • direction to what, for modern man, must represent the innermost
    • present) can yet be such as I have expounded here — a
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • frequently happens at present. I had to say one or two things
    • we wish to reflect at all upon these things at the present
    • represents a kind of sovereign remedy, enabling them to decide
    • present continuously; but so too are the forces of
    • own determinants, it represents a distinctive branch of social
    • democratic. In other words, aspirations are present in the
    • present; the elemental forces that live in man must revolt
    • third thing that presents itself to people today and calls for
    • campaign against it, as conducted at present, reveals an
    • capital is represented by the means of production. The
    • this sum can represent any given object in the economy or even
    • present.
    • as is almost invariably the case at the present time.
    • able to link up the present time properly with the eighteenth

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