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  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • physical, even among thinkers who, without knowing it, are
    • combined; but that everything that we think out exists as an
    • demands that the thinkers who take their stand on the
    • mode of thought. Thinkers who penetrate deeply into the
    • understanding, he found other thinkers by whom he was most
    • a model for our epoch. Especially the scientific thinker of
    • of those thinkers who can best stimulate us theosophically. A
    • Let us think often of the object which has brought us
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • think greatly influenced the course of our Middle European
    • specific form. Today it is possible to think of Anthroposophy or
    • Spiritual Science in various ways. Men do not always think in
    • evolutionary forces at work in man, but they think in conformity with
    • another would like to think of as Anthroposophy, something which his
    • think and to feel during recent centuries, and what it is that they
    • when Socrates first wrested scientific thinking from the old unified
    • may acknowledge that the thinking which has inspired our work for
    • many years, the thinking which has always been present with us as a
    • foodstuffs and thinking through the instrument of the brain were not
    • still felt at that time that thinking was alive there, that hope was
    • will not think it inappropriate or too personal if again this year I
    • sort of performance which will finally emerge. We think of the
    • beautiful harmony between their spiritual thinking and their purely
    • fully achieved, how one can think of the future development of
    • should be spoken by anyone not of our way of thinking, even though
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • shortsighted to think that the human being was always formed as he is
    • modern man can scarcely believe it. Think of all that I have told you
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • manner of thinking if we are to enter deeply into the mission of
    • modern man a whole number of ideas. We think of nature as the
    • ourselves we can observe that out of a vague, unthinking brooding,
    • for him its central ruling powers; whereas the modern man thinks more
    • must think with the same attentiveness of the large circle and try to
    • you have a still weaker impression if you are thinking with the same
    • think these four impressions together in proportion to their
    • more or less how it is done. By thinking of the relative sizes of
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • Greek spiritual life. We see that we have to think of the microcosmic
    • space. If we think of the sovereign ruler of these powers, their
    • feeling associated with the name Zeus. Similarly, if we think of the
    • what the Greeks associated with Poseidon; if we think of the forces
    • closely connected with the environment, so too we must think of the
    • Think how closely the experiences of our ego are bound up with our
    • we may expect him to think of the divinity who represented to him the
    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch, and so on.’ To do so would be to think
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • forces of the physical body ... so that one has to think of these
    • work in the analysis and combination of substances, and then think of
    • long as human beings in general, could think of this soul as confined to
    • bottom he also is maya, and it is sheer illusion to think
    • Picture to yourselves this sensation, think to yourselves that the
    • feeling is to be in accordance with the truth, it will have to think
    • will have to think that there moves a being outside in space who is
    • fantastic—consider this in its concrete reality. Think of this
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • possible to think and feel in an entirely different manner from the
    • aspect. Abstract logic, abstract intellectual thinking, is always
    • world we do not see their egos. If anyone thinks he can see egos he
    • because there is so much unclear thinking, that what I mean by the
    • consciousness. We must not think of the ego of which ordinary
    • then, but also half seriously, I ask how we have to think of Adam and
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • human being could never attain to knowledge if he did not think, if
    • thinking. Knowledge does not come of itself. The human being has to
    • happens in our souls in the forming of ideas and in thinking, the
    • A man who claims that the brain thinks, a man who professes that the
    • reflecting bodily organism, primarily the brain, he would still think
    • understand thinking is about as clever as looking into a mirror to
    • cognition, we have to say: ‘No part of what thinking is,
    • at all — it would be nonsense to think that they do —
    • it is the habit of the soul to think and to apply the judgments of
    • knowledge an exceptionally able thinker. People come and say:
    • obviously knows how to think scientifically in the modern sense of
    • represented by tradition, and we have in particular to think of those
    • obliged to think of him as ugly. But we should be wrong to think of
    • surprising to the man who only thinks abstractly; this is especially
    • abstract thinker must sometimes be overcome with astonishment when he
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • not surrender to the feeling which overtakes you when you think how
    • think himself as good as is his idea of a good man.
    • towards the head, however much we tried to think about the world and
    • only be able to think thoughts connected with the inner needs of his
    • body. For example he would be able to think, ‘Now I am hungry,
    • able to think thoughts connected with his own bodily needs, he would
    • idea of this secondary stream if you think of the air, the atmosphere
    • soul: it thinks. What does it mean, to think? It means to bring
    • about thoughts. Thinking is a process which goes on in us, and while
    • Imagine that we were not just to think thoughts, but that with each
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • animals. We have to think of the spiritual forces as working
    • have to think of forces entering into man and fashioning him from
    • Now if we think of
    • Greek sculptors were conditioned to think of the auras of their
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • compared with that of the Greeks, we think in a very different
    • sensible, he will in future think much the same of what today counts
    • error to think that the faculty of speech is formed through the
    • for then one is thinking-out a theory of the universe, and a
    • whatsoever. We think it out — and yet feel it has nothing to do
    • may seem to the humanity of the present day to think of a Christian
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • think greatly influenced the course of our Middle European
    • specific form. Today it is possible to think of Anthroposophy or
    • Spiritual Science in various ways. Men do not always think in
    • evolutionary forces at work in man, but they think in conformity with
    • another would like to think of as Anthroposophy, something which his
    • think and to feel during recent centuries, and what it is that they
    • when Socrates first wrested scientific thinking from the old unified
    • may acknowledge that the thinking which has inspired our work for
    • many years, the thinking which has always been present with us as a
    • foodstuffs and thinking through the instrument of the brain were not
    • still felt at that time that thinking was alive there, that hope was
    • will not think it inappropriate or too personal if again this year I
    • sort of performance which will finally emerge. We think of the
    • beautiful harmony between their spiritual thinking and their purely
    • fully achieved, how one can think of the future development of
    • should be spoken by anyone not of our way of thinking, even though
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • shortsighted to think that the human being was always formed as he is
    • modern man can scarcely believe it. Think of all that I have told you
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • manner of thinking if we are to enter deeply into the mission of
    • modern man a whole number of ideas. We think of nature as the
    • ourselves we can observe that out of a vague, unthinking brooding,
    • for him its central ruling powers; whereas the modern man thinks more
    • must think with the same attentiveness of the large circle and try to
    • you have a still weaker impression if you are thinking with the same
    • think these four impressions together in proportion to their
    • more or less how it is done. By thinking of the relative sizes of
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • Greek spiritual life. We see that we have to think of the microcosmic
    • space. If we think of the sovereign ruler of these powers, their
    • feeling associated with the name Zeus. Similarly, if we think of the
    • what the Greeks associated with Poseidon; if we think of the forces
    • closely connected with the environment, so too we must think of the
    • Think how closely the experiences of our ego are bound up with our
    • we may expect him to think of the divinity who represented to him the
    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch, and so on.’ To do so would be to think
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • forces of the physical body ... so that one has to think of these
    • work in the analysis and combination of substances, and then think of
    • long as human beings in general, could think of this soul as confined to
    • bottom he also is maya, and it is sheer illusion to think
    • Picture to yourselves this sensation, think to yourselves that the
    • feeling is to be in accordance with the truth, it will have to think
    • will have to think that there moves a being outside in space who is
    • fantastic—consider this in its concrete reality. Think of this
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • possible to think and feel in an entirely different manner from the
    • aspect. Abstract logic, abstract intellectual thinking, is always
    • world we do not see their egos. If anyone thinks he can see egos he
    • because there is so much unclear thinking, that what I mean by the
    • consciousness. We must not think of the ego of which ordinary
    • then, but also half seriously, I ask how we have to think of Adam and
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • human being could never attain to knowledge if he did not think, if
    • thinking. Knowledge does not come of itself. The human being has to
    • happens in our souls in the forming of ideas and in thinking, the
    • A man who claims that the brain thinks, a man who professes that the
    • reflecting bodily organism, primarily the brain, he would still think
    • understand thinking is about as clever as looking into a mirror to
    • cognition, we have to say: ‘No part of what thinking is,
    • at all — it would be nonsense to think that they do —
    • it is the habit of the soul to think and to apply the judgments of
    • knowledge an exceptionally able thinker. People come and say:
    • obviously knows how to think scientifically in the modern sense of
    • represented by tradition, and we have in particular to think of those
    • obliged to think of him as ugly. But we should be wrong to think of
    • surprising to the man who only thinks abstractly; this is especially
    • abstract thinker must sometimes be overcome with astonishment when he
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • not surrender to the feeling which overtakes you when you think how
    • think himself as good as is his idea of a good man.
    • towards the head, however much we tried to think about the world and
    • only be able to think thoughts connected with the inner needs of his
    • body. For example he would be able to think, ‘Now I am hungry,
    • able to think thoughts connected with his own bodily needs, he would
    • idea of this secondary stream if you think of the air, the atmosphere
    • soul: it thinks. What does it mean, to think? It means to bring
    • about thoughts. Thinking is a process which goes on in us, and while
    • Imagine that we were not just to think thoughts, but that with each
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • animals. We have to think of the spiritual forces as working
    • have to think of forces entering into man and fashioning him from
    • Now if we think of
    • Greek sculptors were conditioned to think of the auras of their
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • compared with that of the Greeks, we think in a very different
    • sensible, he will in future think much the same of what today counts
    • error to think that the faculty of speech is formed through the
    • for then one is thinking-out a theory of the universe, and a
    • whatsoever. We think it out — and yet feel it has nothing to do
    • may seem to the humanity of the present day to think of a Christian



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