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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • relationship between sun and moon and is always celebrated on the first
    • Sunday after the first full moon in spring, that is, the first full
    • moon after the twenty-first day of March. We fix the date of Easter
    • the moment with the greatest enthusiasm. When he first came to the university
    • profound. He always tried to convey what he saw by just giving his first
    • it can work quite well to give only the first impression. A socialist
    • — nothing more than the first impression; German nationalist or
    • Boulangist — nothing more than the first impression; Russian,
    • reactionary blockhead of the first order who would have nothing unless
    • eye, it did not stay for even a moment in its first form, but unfolded
    • then changed of itself, and he could also return it to its first form
    • the very first stage of being moved in the etheric body. Hermann Bahr
    • as a stroke of genius, but as the first beginnings of something still
    • in the sciences, first studying botany under Wiessner, the famous Viennese
    • penetrated to even the most elementary first stages. They have not gone as
    • conclusions from what he had first learnt in this respect from nature
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • physical world are, in the first place, material phenomena. If we seriously
    • Of course, you may say that at first glance
    • Goethe when I first published them. Then as he grew older, he began
    • to show you that in this first third of our fifth post-Atlantean epoch
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • even if I have to express it at first symbolically; what I mean will be
    • understood the first two-thirds of it, but not the last third because
    • the sciences, first botany with Wiessner, then chemistry with Ostwald,
    • be approached by God if they do not first approach God themselves,
    • Now please remember some of the first lectures
    • at first only in a groping, tentative way, are really on the same path,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • Let us first look at the physical body. We
    • reason that its first rudimentary form can be found as far back as the
    • the interconnections, between these parts. At first glance, the physical
    • I. In our life in the physical world, we are at first active only in
    • visible weakening at first glance. But there can also be a weakening
    • first of all between two parts of our physical body: our head and the
    • this image. First, we have a little child playing with a doll, but this
    • This philosopher's first nonsense is to use
    • it — into spiritual science and so has reached the very first
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • glide,” is one of the greatest poets of all time. But first one
    • of words are often like. That is, one first makes up a definition and
    • to play a certain role. But first we must return to the direction the
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • the first part of the evening. In these poems I have tried to express
    • in Dornach and were indeed first performed in eurythmy. I will soon
    • of the first scene of my first mystery drama. After all, we couldn't
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • At first, people think that this building
    • At first glance, the house appears to be composed of individual bricks.
    • Nevertheless, on first seeing the house we would only see the bricks,
    • find that when we first look at this structure, we cannot know anything
    • there was indeed something. He opened the first drawer but nothing was
    • science. Suarez was one of those people who are at first bad students
    • time when we first established spiritual science here fourteen years
    • Neptune was first seen at the Berlin observatory, but its existence
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • [An extract from the first lecture of Course XLIII,
    • is determined by the relation of the sun to the moon on the first
    • Sunday after the first full moon of spring, the first full moon after



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