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  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • life-work, will discover many a thing of the most extreme
    • nothingness; on the other hand the descent into the turbid
    • Goethe can above all things influence our own epoch by the
    • that life is one and undivided, that everything in life is
    • involved with everything else, and that life does not ask
    • everything in the world, in the final instance, by the
    • modern physical science. Things have gone so far that, in
    • standpoint that there is no such thing as gravitation, that
    • stretch anything out into space? Now within the last few days
    • matter. It is refreshing to find something like a new thought
    • matter this theory is nothing more than refreshing. It is
    • influenced by all sorts of things behind or within the
    • mention hundreds of things in this connection, such for
    • combined; but that everything that we think out exists as an
    • the objects, something must be transferred to the objects
    • something to do with the objects. And in connection with
    • As if it were of any importance that we should feel something
    • into the objects, without being able to find in the things
    • and that there is no such thing as a soul-nature independent
    • other heavenly bodies, at least, nothing can be urged against
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • influence even brought out in human souls something of which today we
    • knowledge of the gods and of divine things, knowledge of
    • the answer is that we would rekindle in mankind something like a
    • something like
    • I remembered something which I
    • such hankerings after an ideal are always something connected with
    • another would like to think of as Anthroposophy, something which his
    • believe the best. Anthroposophy is not the only thing about which men
    • committing a sin against European civilisation and everything
    • may be allowed to say something which is as much a matter of feeling
    • wonderful answer! If nothing but that external culture which can be
    • assimilation of thought. Today we can only learn what things were
    • conjured up before our souls. Something stands before us there in
    • poured, there may be more or less consciously sensed something of the
    • something which dawns in us today in a form as yet impersonal; it is
    • be trying, to represent things in the same manner as is done on the
    • art will know that we are aiming at something quite different. They
    • ordinary stage performances. We do not dream of such a thing, and it
    • warmth, and, even when to begin with everything seems to go very
    • as if things are not going well, then we say to ourselves that if we
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • special emphasis upon two things. I said the Greeks were conscious
    • thing. I said yesterday that Greek mythology draws attention to two
    • scholarship has nothing but a few abstract ideas to offer in this
    • culture has vanished. But nothing in the world ever really
    • disappears, things are really only transformed. Whither, then, has
    • unconscious, ‘I myself have done nothing, I have gone through
    • special development to produce breathing, so at that time he did not
    • form his own clairvoyant faculty, but both these things were given to
    • present one), I absorb from outside everything that is growing, but
    • only something which could be analysed by the chemist; he knew that
    • ‘Outside in Nature, forces are at work; through my breathing
    • entirely the usual way of looking at things today, our own habits and
    • I accomplish something in the world, I do so because forces active in
    • everything I have just said as fantasy. In fact, however, it is the
    • pronouncements of materialistic science about these things that are
    • different, everything has changed.
    • one of the things which has happened to humanity.
    • The second thing has
    • Whether a man knows anything of the world depends upon his ether
    • should not take these things in an abstract way. Of course we can
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • very short-sighted, it scarcely gives a thought to anything beyond
    • mentioning just one thing. There is a concept, an idea, very familiar
    • existence devoid of spirit, but everything which happened in the
    • longer see in these things, as the Greeks did, the outer gestures,
    • something outside us which we study according to abstract laws,
    • it was obvious that everything which takes place in Nature is
    • is peculiar to our modern way of looking at things to draw a sharp
    • be quite clear that there are things which form part of a system of
    • nature, things which follow the laws accepted today by the physicist,
    • of Nature, a wonder of the world, a miracle, as anything else. Amid
    • have quite different things to say about the rainbow too. We say to
    • there emerge specific thoughts relating to something or other —
    • us take these two things, the macrocosm which gives birth to the
    • rainbow out of the bosom of the universe, and the other thing, that
    • knew something and which men will come to know again through
    • Everything that is
    • Greek could not say what I say today about these things, because he
    • human being and try to learn something of the forces which call forth
    • something which is abiding and subject to habit and memory. It is by
    • a man of wild passions, impetuously laying hold of everything in his
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • the sun, the majestic world of the stars, at one moment is something
    • find in evolution that one thing, one epoch, is never exactly like
    • in a very abstract way. Things are not like that in the real world;
    • instructed in such things said quite seriously that at that time
    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch to all the culture-epochs. Things were
    • we see too how everything in this epoch tends to bring to expression
    • which follows the Greco-Latin time, we again find something very
    • something about for all these Beings of the higher hierarchies. How
    • epoch. Then everything which was once proclaimed to mankind by the
    • Impulse, seek to give to humanity for their inspiration everything
    • something else is connected with this assumption of human bodily
    • — something which it is important for us to understand.
    • perceives there the Christ — something which at an earlier time
    • was not possible even for the most advanced clairvoyant, something
    • retained absolutely nothing which could arouse in Him a desire to
    • brought it about that nothing of Him will be left behind in the
    • with them, nothing remains in His nature which could look back with
    • you from the cosmic aspect something about our Earth and about its
    • something which had been severed from the Luciferic Being, just as
    • the world. This of course has nothing in common with the wishy-washy
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • the same thing—they strive to transcend such qualities as they
    • ‘Curse God and die.’ There is something magnificent,
    • Zeus. And the same thing applies to Poseidon and to Pluto. In these
    • the soul-forces in the human astral body.’ The same thing
    • the Jordan, we find the same thing. That is made clear in the little book
    • no longer looks upon his physical body as something within which he
    • with his ego is confined; it is something upon which he looks from
    • himself whether everything out there in space has not been woven out
    • of other things, to feel expanded to a cosmos, to feel completely
    • these Greek gods could still give to men, there was one thing they
    • lectures that this human ego-consciousness was something which had to
    • There was no ego-consciousness in anything created on the Moon, or in
    • it were, was something which in earlier times had indeed been vaguely
    • something which arose in him as a result of the co-operation of the
    • that was his very self. He was something only one aspect of which was
    • thing, upon which Zeus as such had no direct influence. What
    • conscious that he bore within him something, the origin of which he
    • bear something in my being to which I owe my earthly consciousness,
    • something which the world of the upper gods, the world of Zeus or of
    • Poseidon or of Pluto could not directly give me, something with which
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • which is the usual attitude, knows nothing of what it is trying to
    • drawn to yet another thing. While the rest of the gods represent what
    • however, that life is full of contradictions, indeed nothing new, no
    • nature of things. For why is the world different today from what it
    • was yesterday? Why does anything become, why does not
    • everything remain as it was? It is because yesterday there was a
    • self-contradictory element in the state of things, and today's
    • contradiction and its overcoming. No one who sees things as they
    • knowledge of external things we cannot observe the ego as such; we
    • As you know from things I have written or said on various occasions
    • plane, he would be making a mistake. In the higher worlds things look
    • something very different from what man finds within him in normal
    • psychology and ordinary science speak as belonging to anything but
    • everything, it is all around us ... but it is covered over
    • felt that in what constituted the world of men there lived something
    • something coming about as the result of a combination of both. The
    • their admirable mythology have also drawn attention to something
    • anything but decadent. But in the strata of human spiritual life, in
    • excavations of geology, tell us anything about the outward appearance
    • what underlies these things who can say, ‘I can't accept
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • another way is to be found there as something quite obvious. When we
    • everything which had to do with the upper gods exoterically, by means
    • everything of which one can become conscious through a deeper insight
    • all around us and into the laws which govern it. But something
    • in his mind he did not carry on something akin to work in ideation or
    • cognition, but if we bear in mind that the main thing in knowledge is
    • anything to do with the work which goes on in the brain?’ The
    • content goes, you will find nothing in any element of our process of
    • Nothing of the mental representation itself lives in the brain. What
    • do not want to go into these things. For in the outer world today
    • nothing of the act of cognition, takes place anywhere within this
    • consciousness of it, something of great significance. This physical
    • materials and forces of the Earth, but there is something secreted
    • mental representation, which reproduces for us all the things outside
    • know oneself, one can come to know nothing but this process of
    • indeed: ‘You must attain something which you cannot
    • something was given to man in the Mysteries which had nothing to do
    • that something quite different from ordinary knowledge was cultivated
    • begin from something seemingly quite unimportant. As soon as one
    • oneself understood. Today men try to confine everything within the
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • something which is associated with the deepest forces of our souls,
    • itself. Something like that is what Capesius is depicted as feeling
    • Capesius's case something else happens. To begin with he is
    • something lies in the depths of the human soul of which the normal
    • strata of our souls; we are harbouring something in depths of soul
    • man there lies something which once upon a time the gods implanted in
    • things with this treasure, this divine heritage. We can out of a
    • concern of our own, we are not doing anything merely in the interests
    • that one can know nothing; he feels that it would be a violation of
    • causes the conflict in his soul. There is nothing of the Faustian
    • must accept the impossibility of making everything good in this life.
    • self-knowledge — when he really learns something of his inmost
    • being, then as a rule he discovers something in himself which he
    • finds it very difficult to accept, something which is in the highest
    • degree repugnant to him, something which, when it really dawns upon
    • thought of myself, I don't want anything for myself,’ and
    • nothing for myself.’ That is a common experience. But it is
    • on Earth? Nothing of what we are familiar with today as the physical
    • spirit. Everything again passed over into imperceptible
    • longer physical, everything had been taken up into the spirit again;
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • quite other substantial things connected with the Earth, and these
    • shocked if I say that if nothing else had worked upon man he would in
    • Atlantis that something else happened which will throw a flood of
    • upon all things that propagate themselves by laying eggs outside
    • structure of the bird there is something very striking, even to
    • these different currents, he would have to say: ‘Something
    • everything in it which is those upper gods is there only in etheric
    • ask why the human being no longer sees or feels anything at all of
    • the time when such things could be perceived by a natural
    • something else. Not only does an etheric current go from the heart to
    • something like a cap — to put it rather grotesquely —
    • knowledge of the outer world comes about. Everything that we know of
    • ancient times men actually saw such things, and that the aura which
    • was in olden times still visible was copied in men's clothing.
    • hood which crowns every man. All clothing originated in this way,
    • aura and will have nothing to do with the kind of clothing which
    • were reproduced in human clothing. If you look at pictures by the old
    • a kind of clothing. And if you look at what the figures of the Greek
    • gods wear, you see that not only their clothing, but also their
    • nature; there is something else working in me all the
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • satisfaction, arrives at something of which he can say that it
    • relates him fitly to things, either because it throws light for him
    • that the human being starts out from a feeling of wonder about things
    • its way out of this feeling of wonder to something which reduces it.
    • the whole world would consist of nothing else. The soul cannot
    • aware that in one or another fact, one or another thing in the world,
    • nothing to do with reality — when the man of today believes
    • something which the soul can feel if it is not preocccupied with the
    • the case of the Greek gods, this very thing would have made it
    • his consciousness, in infinite nothingness.’ This is the universal
    • there would be something amiss with it if, as soon as it tries to
    • world-substance. We meet there everything which has been worked into
    • danger of dissolving with our consciousness into nothingness; if we
    • directed against what we may call dissolution into nothing, or
    • something upon the Earth now of this work from without upon the human
    • nothing is so well able to furnish proof for all that is proclaimed
    • continues to work on the organisation of the brain; that is something
    • be relieved from without by the use of the left hand — a thing
    • than make a brief reference to such things. Were I able to speak at
    • himself no predisposition to anything, but everything has been formed
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • influence even brought out in human souls something of which today we
    • knowledge of the gods and of divine things, knowledge of
    • the answer is that we would rekindle in mankind something like a
    • something like
    • I remembered something which I
    • such hankerings after an ideal are always something connected with
    • another would like to think of as Anthroposophy, something which his
    • believe the best. Anthroposophy is not the only thing about which men
    • committing a sin against European civilisation and everything
    • may be allowed to say something which is as much a matter of feeling
    • wonderful answer! If nothing but that external culture which can be
    • assimilation of thought. Today we can only learn what things were
    • conjured up before our souls. Something stands before us there in
    • poured, there may be more or less consciously sensed something of the
    • something which dawns in us today in a form as yet impersonal; it is
    • be trying, to represent things in the same manner as is done on the
    • art will know that we are aiming at something quite different. They
    • ordinary stage performances. We do not dream of such a thing, and it
    • warmth, and, even when to begin with everything seems to go very
    • as if things are not going well, then we say to ourselves that if we
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • special emphasis upon two things. I said the Greeks were conscious
    • thing. I said yesterday that Greek mythology draws attention to two
    • scholarship has nothing but a few abstract ideas to offer in this
    • culture has vanished. But nothing in the world ever really
    • disappears, things are really only transformed. Whither, then, has
    • unconscious, ‘I myself have done nothing, I have gone through
    • special development to produce breathing, so at that time he did not
    • form his own clairvoyant faculty, but both these things were given to
    • present one), I absorb from outside everything that is growing, but
    • only something which could be analysed by the chemist; he knew that
    • ‘Outside in Nature, forces are at work; through my breathing
    • entirely the usual way of looking at things today, our own habits and
    • I accomplish something in the world, I do so because forces active in
    • everything I have just said as fantasy. In fact, however, it is the
    • pronouncements of materialistic science about these things that are
    • different, everything has changed.
    • one of the things which has happened to humanity.
    • The second thing has
    • Whether a man knows anything of the world depends upon his ether
    • should not take these things in an abstract way. Of course we can
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • very short-sighted, it scarcely gives a thought to anything beyond
    • mentioning just one thing. There is a concept, an idea, very familiar
    • existence devoid of spirit, but everything which happened in the
    • longer see in these things, as the Greeks did, the outer gestures,
    • something outside us which we study according to abstract laws,
    • it was obvious that everything which takes place in Nature is
    • is peculiar to our modern way of looking at things to draw a sharp
    • be quite clear that there are things which form part of a system of
    • nature, things which follow the laws accepted today by the physicist,
    • of Nature, a wonder of the world, a miracle, as anything else. Amid
    • have quite different things to say about the rainbow too. We say to
    • there emerge specific thoughts relating to something or other —
    • us take these two things, the macrocosm which gives birth to the
    • rainbow out of the bosom of the universe, and the other thing, that
    • knew something and which men will come to know again through
    • Everything that is
    • Greek could not say what I say today about these things, because he
    • human being and try to learn something of the forces which call forth
    • something which is abiding and subject to habit and memory. It is by
    • a man of wild passions, impetuously laying hold of everything in his
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • the sun, the majestic world of the stars, at one moment is something
    • find in evolution that one thing, one epoch, is never exactly like
    • in a very abstract way. Things are not like that in the real world;
    • instructed in such things said quite seriously that at that time
    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch to all the culture-epochs. Things were
    • we see too how everything in this epoch tends to bring to expression
    • which follows the Greco-Latin time, we again find something very
    • something about for all these Beings of the higher hierarchies. How
    • epoch. Then everything which was once proclaimed to mankind by the
    • Impulse, seek to give to humanity for their inspiration everything
    • something else is connected with this assumption of human bodily
    • — something which it is important for us to understand.
    • perceives there the Christ — something which at an earlier time
    • was not possible even for the most advanced clairvoyant, something
    • retained absolutely nothing which could arouse in Him a desire to
    • brought it about that nothing of Him will be left behind in the
    • with them, nothing remains in His nature which could look back with
    • you from the cosmic aspect something about our Earth and about its
    • something which had been severed from the Luciferic Being, just as
    • the world. This of course has nothing in common with the wishy-washy
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • the same thing—they strive to transcend such qualities as they
    • ‘Curse God and die.’ There is something magnificent,
    • Zeus. And the same thing applies to Poseidon and to Pluto. In these
    • the soul-forces in the human astral body.’ The same thing
    • the Jordan, we find the same thing. That is made clear in the little book
    • no longer looks upon his physical body as something within which he
    • with his ego is confined; it is something upon which he looks from
    • himself whether everything out there in space has not been woven out
    • of other things, to feel expanded to a cosmos, to feel completely
    • these Greek gods could still give to men, there was one thing they
    • lectures that this human ego-consciousness was something which had to
    • There was no ego-consciousness in anything created on the Moon, or in
    • it were, was something which in earlier times had indeed been vaguely
    • something which arose in him as a result of the co-operation of the
    • that was his very self. He was something only one aspect of which was
    • thing, upon which Zeus as such had no direct influence. What
    • conscious that he bore within him something, the origin of which he
    • bear something in my being to which I owe my earthly consciousness,
    • something which the world of the upper gods, the world of Zeus or of
    • Poseidon or of Pluto could not directly give me, something with which
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
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    • which is the usual attitude, knows nothing of what it is trying to
    • drawn to yet another thing. While the rest of the gods represent what
    • however, that life is full of contradictions, indeed nothing new, no
    • nature of things. For why is the world different today from what it
    • was yesterday? Why does anything become, why does not
    • everything remain as it was? It is because yesterday there was a
    • self-contradictory element in the state of things, and today's
    • contradiction and its overcoming. No one who sees things as they
    • knowledge of external things we cannot observe the ego as such; we
    • As you know from things I have written or said on various occasions
    • plane, he would be making a mistake. In the higher worlds things look
    • something very different from what man finds within him in normal
    • psychology and ordinary science speak as belonging to anything but
    • everything, it is all around us ... but it is covered over
    • felt that in what constituted the world of men there lived something
    • something coming about as the result of a combination of both. The
    • their admirable mythology have also drawn attention to something
    • anything but decadent. But in the strata of human spiritual life, in
    • excavations of geology, tell us anything about the outward appearance
    • what underlies these things who can say, ‘I can't accept
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • another way is to be found there as something quite obvious. When we
    • everything which had to do with the upper gods exoterically, by means
    • everything of which one can become conscious through a deeper insight
    • all around us and into the laws which govern it. But something
    • in his mind he did not carry on something akin to work in ideation or
    • cognition, but if we bear in mind that the main thing in knowledge is
    • anything to do with the work which goes on in the brain?’ The
    • content goes, you will find nothing in any element of our process of
    • Nothing of the mental representation itself lives in the brain. What
    • do not want to go into these things. For in the outer world today
    • nothing of the act of cognition, takes place anywhere within this
    • consciousness of it, something of great significance. This physical
    • materials and forces of the Earth, but there is something secreted
    • mental representation, which reproduces for us all the things outside
    • know oneself, one can come to know nothing but this process of
    • indeed: ‘You must attain something which you cannot
    • something was given to man in the Mysteries which had nothing to do
    • that something quite different from ordinary knowledge was cultivated
    • begin from something seemingly quite unimportant. As soon as one
    • oneself understood. Today men try to confine everything within the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • something which is associated with the deepest forces of our souls,
    • itself. Something like that is what Capesius is depicted as feeling
    • Capesius's case something else happens. To begin with he is
    • something lies in the depths of the human soul of which the normal
    • strata of our souls; we are harbouring something in depths of soul
    • man there lies something which once upon a time the gods implanted in
    • things with this treasure, this divine heritage. We can out of a
    • concern of our own, we are not doing anything merely in the interests
    • that one can know nothing; he feels that it would be a violation of
    • causes the conflict in his soul. There is nothing of the Faustian
    • must accept the impossibility of making everything good in this life.
    • self-knowledge — when he really learns something of his inmost
    • being, then as a rule he discovers something in himself which he
    • finds it very difficult to accept, something which is in the highest
    • degree repugnant to him, something which, when it really dawns upon
    • thought of myself, I don't want anything for myself,’ and
    • nothing for myself.’ That is a common experience. But it is
    • on Earth? Nothing of what we are familiar with today as the physical
    • spirit. Everything again passed over into imperceptible
    • longer physical, everything had been taken up into the spirit again;
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    • quite other substantial things connected with the Earth, and these
    • shocked if I say that if nothing else had worked upon man he would in
    • Atlantis that something else happened which will throw a flood of
    • upon all things that propagate themselves by laying eggs outside
    • structure of the bird there is something very striking, even to
    • these different currents, he would have to say: ‘Something
    • everything in it which is those upper gods is there only in etheric
    • ask why the human being no longer sees or feels anything at all of
    • the time when such things could be perceived by a natural
    • something else. Not only does an etheric current go from the heart to
    • something like a cap — to put it rather grotesquely —
    • knowledge of the outer world comes about. Everything that we know of
    • ancient times men actually saw such things, and that the aura which
    • was in olden times still visible was copied in men's clothing.
    • hood which crowns every man. All clothing originated in this way,
    • aura and will have nothing to do with the kind of clothing which
    • were reproduced in human clothing. If you look at pictures by the old
    • a kind of clothing. And if you look at what the figures of the Greek
    • gods wear, you see that not only their clothing, but also their
    • nature; there is something else working in me all the
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    • satisfaction, arrives at something of which he can say that it
    • relates him fitly to things, either because it throws light for him
    • that the human being starts out from a feeling of wonder about things
    • its way out of this feeling of wonder to something which reduces it.
    • the whole world would consist of nothing else. The soul cannot
    • aware that in one or another fact, one or another thing in the world,
    • nothing to do with reality — when the man of today believes
    • something which the soul can feel if it is not preocccupied with the
    • the case of the Greek gods, this very thing would have made it
    • his consciousness, in infinite nothingness.’ This is the universal
    • there would be something amiss with it if, as soon as it tries to
    • world-substance. We meet there everything which has been worked into
    • danger of dissolving with our consciousness into nothingness; if we
    • directed against what we may call dissolution into nothing, or
    • something upon the Earth now of this work from without upon the human
    • nothing is so well able to furnish proof for all that is proclaimed
    • continues to work on the organisation of the brain; that is something
    • be relieved from without by the use of the left hand — a thing
    • than make a brief reference to such things. Were I able to speak at
    • himself no predisposition to anything, but everything has been formed
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