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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • often pointed out. Our life is the way it is only because we are able
    • necessary to point out the things we talked about because people should
    • standpoint of impressionism. When he wrote about painting, he wanted
    • socialist standpoint. I think it is out of print now. It has many pages
    • themselves. We have not yet reached the point where people would say
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • but look at the question from the point of view of spiritual science
    • our senses are nothing but points of departure from which our nerves
    • This is the point where all we have learned
    • to is that we have reached the point where duly appointed professors
    • does his philosophy. Therefore, they ruin every task they are appointed
    • in it as cynically as Richard Wahle does, this philosopher appointed
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • science does not flow into human development. This is the point, my
    • self-evident truth: “Psychological phenomena are the point of
    • departure for psychology; indeed, for each person the starting point
    • exercises soon disappointed him.
    • is not the point of my talk. I never mention such things except when
    • it is necessary. But let me conclude by mentioning one more point.
    • pointed out that what we are seeking in our spiritual science has been
    • the starting point for this new movement not on the basis of Blavatsky
    • monism and anthroposophy. At this point, these are only plans. In my
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • say he has a sense for the underlying reality. From this standpoint,
    • But that is not the point. What is important is that he knew he wanted
    • know what to make of the shape of the human skull. I would like to point
    • that from the standpoint of anatomy and physiology, Beethoven's skull
    • really worked like a beaver to present his points. This book traces
    • At this point, I would like to draw your
    • the point of view of spiritual science. And when you compare Asian and
    • but I want to point out again that I certainly recognize and appreciate
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • trying to avoid the luciferic will be easy prey for Ahriman. The point
    • than other events happening at the same time. The point is to find the
    • points out to him: “A shadow so too art thou! I reckon with time.
    • just gesture, which is all words really are. I have pointed out to you
    • larynx. And just as it is wrong to describe somebody's gesture pointing
    • about the spiritual does not bring it to us. A gesture pointing to a
    • these things. These truths must be looked at from the point of view
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • Now let us take as our point of departure
    • skimming lightly over them. Here I would like to point out something
    • I have pointed out before how quickly we
    • after all, we must be able to understand every point of view and get
    • his or her own point of view in these matters. The point here is not
    • of the very worst kind imaginable, quite apart from its point of view.
    • regardless of the point of view; for I can perfectly well understand
    • a point of view opposed to mine, or indeed any point of view. But what
    • particular case, but to point out that it is a typical one. People just
    • for they show on a small scale what I pointed to on a larger scale when
    • now at a point where we have to overcome what was rightfully inaugurated
    • The decisive point was not what these clergymen thought about Christianity
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • being were not yet developed to the point of being enclosed in the organism.
    • the world from his point of view, comes to the conclusion that those
    • details, but the point is not to apply them to details. This must be
    • a few important points we must consider in this regard.
    • point out that in a movement where spiritual science lives, that is,
    • to the point of reaching a trance, as the dervishes do, and so on. We
    • the point here. Rather, the new twist here is that the teaching is accepted
    • in a serious way. Still, we absolutely had to point out these peculiar

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