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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • man who has taken great pains in the last few years to understand Goethe
    • 3] This very man, who has really tried to understand Goethe and
    • his essays, he says how glad he is to have found Goethe at last and
    • comprehend Goethe. But think what it means that a man who has written
    • Goethe.
    • the work of artists such as Goethe, Schiller, Shakespeare, Corneille,
    • of the outer world unites with what lives in the spirit. Goethe would
    • do? He turns to Goethe, reads his works, for example, the following
    • Goethe could close his eyes, think of a flower,
    • Now if you are not familiar with Goethe and
    • sight Goethe had according to his own description.
    • that there was indeed such a thing as inner sight. You see, what Goethe
    • described — Goethe indeed knew other things too — is only
    • Goethe, finding it very stimulating to read Goethe, to begin to understand
    • he is immensely delighted to discover in Goethe's writings the words
    • arrives at reading Goethe. Working his way through Goethe's writings,
    • he experienced in understanding Goethe. Indeed, in years past I often
    • with him about Goethe. At that time he naturally still considered Goethe
    • Goethe, and therefore cannot come to spiritual science on the basis
    • Goethe. It is very sad to see how happy he is to have found what others
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • Goethe when I first published them. Then as he grew older, he began
    • a lady invited me to speak in her salon on Goethe after I had just given
    • them about Goethe's
    • one ought to see Blumenthal and not Goethe's
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • much — to understand Goethe. Groping his way through Goethe's
    • Goethe. At the same time, he admits that he is beginning to realize
    • but of German literature only the works of Novalis and Goethe, the
    • knows the scientific writings of Goethe.”
    • Now what the canon finds in Goethe's scientific
    • writings of Goethe. It is a pity! In these writings, the old heathen
    • that Goethe is supposed to have been suddenly appears in a different
    • if we don't know Goethe's scientific views.
    • that Goethe pretended there
    • That is what most people believe, that Goethe
    • on every page how much of a Catholic Goethe was.” Yes, well, the
    • “... how much of a Catholic Goethe
    • are on the trail of the hidden Catholic in Goethe, you soon see
    • him everywhere. His trust in the Holy Spirit (of course, Goethe
    • of the Council of Trent next to the words of Goethe!
    • us that a sentence in Goethe's
    • heathen, a Protestant, and even an almost Jewish Goethe; I don't
    • “If Goethe had indeed been Catholic,
    • who have written neo-German works on Goethe.
    • Continuing along the lines of Goethe, I wanted to create in that lecture
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • Goethe's ancestors as far back as possible. And what is the purpose
    • could not prove that Goethe's genius was transmitted to his son or to
    • to develop a longing for spiritual science and also for Goethe, who
    • according to his own admission — to read Goethe's works and that
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • This approach to history is basically a Goethean
    • one. Goethe made it part of his whole outlook not to see events simply
    • What we need, my dear friends, is Goetheanism;
    • its particular, characteristic phenomena. This Goetheanism is nothing else
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • counterpart to this event. Goethe used to place a picture and its

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