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  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • that the train of thought of a scientist might be expressed
    • human forces of the soul, as they are expressed in the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • organised this year is meant to be a direct expression of this
    • particular expression of spiritual life we prefer; we can only arrive
    • life of ancient Greece and expressing in the symbol of Iphigenia what
    • which in a way brings to symbolic expression the
    • have expressed this conviction today, it is because I agree with
    • express my thanks to them at the close of this introductory lecture.
    • to which I now give expression.
    • subtlety of meaning expressed by such figures as Luna, Astrid and
    • our forthcoming lectures you will not mind my giving this expression
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • and the sacrifice of Iphigenia expresses this thought for us. Such
    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • of Eleusis thus express to the nature of man himself? What in terms
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • microcosm, an expression of the macrocosm, the great cosmos. As
    • commandments outwardly expressed, but since man was clairvoyant, it
    • ancient wonders of Nature are expressed in the figures of the ancient
    • wonders in the genesis of the human organisation is expressed in this
    • only express them by clothing them in abstract thought, but all this
    • expressed by the pupil of Spiritual Science, who no longer speaks in
    • modern form what was expressed in the ancient Greek Mysteries by the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • to you all, an idea which not only finds common expression in the
    • of our hand is an expression of our own soul-activity. When we move
    • scene epitomises the sense of conflict which finds expression in
    • did experience this. Even if he could not express it in modern terms,
    • to express in up-to-date phraseology what the Greek felt, we must say
    • soul-forces which lie behind the will, find their expression in the
    • expression of will-impulses as the astral body is the expression of
    • body are bound to taste quite different, if I may so express it. As
    • between the three kinds of force? Well, how do we express
    • of the etheric body, to those of the astral body? How can we express
    • there a numerical formula, or any other formula, which can express
    • can be expressed. There is something which shows quite
    • for you. For these relationships can only be expressed by means of a
    • body. In short, in this figure you find expressed the reciprocal
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • expressing his own peculiar self as in the Greco-Latin time. Hence
    • we see too how everything in this epoch tends to bring to expression
    • Greeks quite in the way I have expressed it, but it nevertheless
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • to expression in their concept of Dionysos. Indeed as regards this
    • figure of Dionysos the Greek soul has expressed itself with such
    • figure which the Greeks depicted in such a way as to give expression
    • they did not of course express outwardly in thought such as ours, it
    • ourselves might express this stage of human evolution thus. —
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • symbolically expressed as her jealousy — appears and calls upon
    • blood which sets the heart in motion is the physical expression of
    • man it merged with his bodily nature; this is wonderfully expressed
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • express. This world of the Greek gods, in its wisdom-filled
    • a fulness about it which comes nearer to expressing the truth than
    • ashamed. That is the expression of a most profound mystery. The Old
    • bodies, bodies which expressed the ego in its true form. We see that
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • of Greek mythology, as the expression of an ancient wisdom, what in our
    • recognised, were already expressed in pictorial fashion in this Greek
    • with Apollo, Mars and so on. For whereas they expressed pretty well
    • about Zeus, Poseidon, Pluto, Apollo, Mars and so on, they expressed
    • talking expressly of the content, or of the activity of mental
    • to express in correct diagrammatic form the human process of
    • I have pointed out what a beautiful expression there still was in old
    • be born’. In old German there was another expression for this. The
    • man has become young). This is an extremely significant expression!
    • Nebelland is an expression for the Germany of the Middle
    • expression there lies an awareness of the genius of language, thus of
    • in which Spiritual Science is expressed.’ One has to accept
    • seen Dionysos there as a beautiful, sublime human form. I expressly
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • and gave them pictorial expression in a mythology most of which is
    • able to bring to adequate expression the great wonders of the world.
    • then is meant by the expression ‘ordeals of the soul’?
    • This is clearly expressed at the end of my second Play
    • Romanus expresses this in
    • and his hosts. We could express that in another way; we could say
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • our own bodily organisation could find expression through the
    • upon man (if we are to express it spatially) from the Earth upwards.
    • these forces, which come to expression pre-eminently in the formation
    • space, which brings to expression the feathers, the plumage. The
    • paradox fully expresses the reality, and if one cared to elaborate it
    • Jordan with the dove hovering over him we have in fact the expression
    • Thus, expressed in
    • when he expressed the Mystery of the Christ in the sun by the word
    • painter of old brought very clearly to expression that the raiment
    • superficial expression of your true being.’ When a man feels
    • be quite wrong to look upon what was expressed in our first
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • was expressed by dwelling upon the feeling which men have in face of
    • them as the ancient clairvoyant consciousness and expressing what
    • Expressed
    • of the uneasiness he expresses. It is part of his soul's ordeal
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • organised this year is meant to be a direct expression of this
    • particular expression of spiritual life we prefer; we can only arrive
    • life of ancient Greece and expressing in the symbol of Iphigenia what
    • which in a way brings to symbolic expression the
    • have expressed this conviction today, it is because I agree with
    • express my thanks to them at the close of this introductory lecture.
    • to which I now give expression.
    • subtlety of meaning expressed by such figures as Luna, Astrid and
    • our forthcoming lectures you will not mind my giving this expression
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • and the sacrifice of Iphigenia expresses this thought for us. Such
    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • of Eleusis thus express to the nature of man himself? What in terms
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • microcosm, an expression of the macrocosm, the great cosmos. As
    • commandments outwardly expressed, but since man was clairvoyant, it
    • ancient wonders of Nature are expressed in the figures of the ancient
    • wonders in the genesis of the human organisation is expressed in this
    • only express them by clothing them in abstract thought, but all this
    • expressed by the pupil of Spiritual Science, who no longer speaks in
    • modern form what was expressed in the ancient Greek Mysteries by the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • to you all, an idea which not only finds common expression in the
    • of our hand is an expression of our own soul-activity. When we move
    • scene epitomises the sense of conflict which finds expression in
    • did experience this. Even if he could not express it in modern terms,
    • to express in up-to-date phraseology what the Greek felt, we must say
    • soul-forces which lie behind the will, find their expression in the
    • expression of will-impulses as the astral body is the expression of
    • body are bound to taste quite different, if I may so express it. As
    • between the three kinds of force? Well, how do we express
    • of the etheric body, to those of the astral body? How can we express
    • there a numerical formula, or any other formula, which can express
    • can be expressed. There is something which shows quite
    • for you. For these relationships can only be expressed by means of a
    • body. In short, in this figure you find expressed the reciprocal
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • expressing his own peculiar self as in the Greco-Latin time. Hence
    • we see too how everything in this epoch tends to bring to expression
    • Greeks quite in the way I have expressed it, but it nevertheless
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • to expression in their concept of Dionysos. Indeed as regards this
    • figure of Dionysos the Greek soul has expressed itself with such
    • figure which the Greeks depicted in such a way as to give expression
    • they did not of course express outwardly in thought such as ours, it
    • ourselves might express this stage of human evolution thus. —
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • symbolically expressed as her jealousy — appears and calls upon
    • blood which sets the heart in motion is the physical expression of
    • man it merged with his bodily nature; this is wonderfully expressed
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • express. This world of the Greek gods, in its wisdom-filled
    • a fulness about it which comes nearer to expressing the truth than
    • ashamed. That is the expression of a most profound mystery. The Old
    • bodies, bodies which expressed the ego in its true form. We see that
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • of Greek mythology, as the expression of an ancient wisdom, what in our
    • recognised, were already expressed in pictorial fashion in this Greek
    • with Apollo, Mars and so on. For whereas they expressed pretty well
    • about Zeus, Poseidon, Pluto, Apollo, Mars and so on, they expressed
    • talking expressly of the content, or of the activity of mental
    • to express in correct diagrammatic form the human process of
    • I have pointed out what a beautiful expression there still was in old
    • be born’. In old German there was another expression for this. The
    • man has become young). This is an extremely significant expression!
    • Nebelland is an expression for the Germany of the Middle
    • expression there lies an awareness of the genius of language, thus of
    • in which Spiritual Science is expressed.’ One has to accept
    • seen Dionysos there as a beautiful, sublime human form. I expressly
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • and gave them pictorial expression in a mythology most of which is
    • able to bring to adequate expression the great wonders of the world.
    • then is meant by the expression ‘ordeals of the soul’?
    • This is clearly expressed at the end of my second Play
    • Romanus expresses this in
    • and his hosts. We could express that in another way; we could say
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • our own bodily organisation could find expression through the
    • upon man (if we are to express it spatially) from the Earth upwards.
    • these forces, which come to expression pre-eminently in the formation
    • space, which brings to expression the feathers, the plumage. The
    • paradox fully expresses the reality, and if one cared to elaborate it
    • Jordan with the dove hovering over him we have in fact the expression
    • Thus, expressed in
    • when he expressed the Mystery of the Christ in the sun by the word
    • painter of old brought very clearly to expression that the raiment
    • superficial expression of your true being.’ When a man feels
    • be quite wrong to look upon what was expressed in our first
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • was expressed by dwelling upon the feeling which men have in face of
    • them as the ancient clairvoyant consciousness and expressing what
    • Expressed
    • of the uneasiness he expresses. It is part of his soul's ordeal



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