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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • We are led to the great and sublime idea that the divine being descended
    • and the ideas it evokes are closely connected with all the festivals
    • imagination, concept and idea are all at work at once, manifesting
    • with the world view of modern idealism and spiritualism, you will find
    • that one can form ideas and paint them without looking at nature shows
    • ideas that are completely removed from anything spiritual. It takes
    • never mind. These are the ideas Hermann Bahr arrived at inspired by
    • the people of Danzig, and out of these ideas he then wrote this book.
    • This example also shows that anyone with a clear idea of what spiritual
    • achievement to find thinking people in what is left of idealism and
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • task devolving on anyone who has some idea of how necessary it is that
    • of other things to give you an idea of how matters really stand and
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • Keely harbored the ideal of building a motor that would not run
    • Of course, this was only an ideal, and we can thank God it was just
    • an ideal at that time, for what would this war be like if Keely's ideal
    • in all modesty that he did not come to us; and we can get an idea of
    • such grotesque ideas as we see here. This Franz is then invited to the
    • And so Franz gets the idea that maybe this very man is one of the white
    • lodge. You know how easy it is to get such ideas.
    • want to claim him as an ideal Catholic.”
    • and Franz hits on the idea to say the fellow is a Spanish infante. You
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • is important is that we connect increasingly definite and concrete ideas
    • body during Earth evolution, we will only get a false idea if we rely
    • people have no idea how wonderfully the mysteries of cosmic evolution
    • — who wanted to prove philosophically that ideals are nothing
    • view that will let ideals stand at a pinch but considers them as not
    • little to do if he did not let ideals stand. After all, the physical
    • Now, then, ideals have no intrinsic existence,
    • And this man then developed this idea into a whole philosophy, the philosophy
    • readers understand that we can hold on to ideals while at the same time
    • words, why should we reject ideals when children do not reject dolls?
    • were. Why shouldn't we do the same with ideals even though we know they
    • Here we have the view that ideals have no
    • who compares ideals to dolls! Now, let us try to understand this analogy,
    • ideal unless we also assume the ideal is after all a representation
    • this analogy. The second lies in saying we should base our life on ideals
    • representations of living beings; ideals, on the other hand, are not
    • shows what kinds of associations between ideas are formed and what kinds
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • against letting certain ideas and concepts that are meaningful in our
    • against approaching the ideas of spiritual science — in many respects
    • usual feelings and ideas these words evoke. We need only picture how
    • view of Lucifer, we should not have the same negative ideas and feelings
    • connected with the old idea of demons. Nor should the ideas that arose
    • view, but he has the most peculiar ideas about the reasons why people
    • Well, this man hit upon the idea to look
    • the creation of religious feelings and ideas as well as in the formation
    • These ideas are not to be taken lightly.
    • ideas are spreading. In my youth psychoanalysis, the Freudian theory,
    • In connection with the grotesque idea to
    • their ways and see that their ideals are not relics but fossils. The
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • examples, and you have no idea how little people are generally inclined
    • He has at least some idea of how badly the book is written — and
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • cosmic edifice. We form concepts, ideas, and images of what it is like
    • without having any idea that each brick in turn is a small work of art,
    • of the elaborate structure of the rolls allows us to get an idea and
    • is completely unable to arrive at the idea that the spiritual underlies
    • taking a page from a book, without having any idea what it means to
    • Asians who have preserved older, atavistic ideas of reality; they often
    • you will not find any grounds for the idea that the Gospels advocate
    • this extraordinarily significant idea in philosophical terms, nothing
    • The ideal we have in mind, my dear friends,
    • this, did not have this ideal, then spiritual science would not be able
    • way could come up with the strange idea, for example, that he or she
    • ago, we would have become a sect. For all the ideas brought over from
    • has applied this very obvious and convincing idea, but in a different
    • works, for the idea of accepting a person's teaching in order to refute

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