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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • these seven lectures present Rudolf Steiner's trenchant diagnosis of
    • inside the earth when it is shrouded in wintry ice, is present in us
    • We can say our etheric body represents in a sense everything birth-like,
    • world. And the I represents our continual resurrection in the spirit,
    • with the I. Pentecost represents the immortality of our I; it is a sign
    • The fiery tongues represent what is in us, in the universe, and in the
    • the renewal of spirituality under the conditions of the present age.
    • our present time, which we must always think about and cannot forget
    • his way through the difficulties of the present time and then takes
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • these seven lectures present Rudolf Steiner's trenchant diagnosis of
    • world. It has found its culmination, its goal, in present-day natural
    • of philosophy have set themselves the task of representing philosophy
    • represents a demand of the best minds of our recent past. It did not
    • spiritual truths stream into our present age.
    • presentation not readily found elsewhere these days.
    • but out of insight into its inevitable significance for the present
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • these seven lectures present Rudolf Steiner's trenchant diagnosis of
    • a symbol of the present and the immediate future, a symbol bom out of
    • middle of the events that inaugurated our fateful present and future.
    • present here who understand me will never forget what I have just said
    • us through history. These pillars each represent life one-sidedly; for
    • He represented a one-sided view, the absolute suppression of outer life.
    • historical expression in our age. It too represents one-sidedness. We
    • represents the author's own path of development, his path through the
    • is really one of the urgently seeking people of the present age? Interestingly
    • before the German Section was founded. Today I can present documentary
    • also hope to be able to present a lecture to the Bruno Society on Bruno's
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • animal form, is actually an imaginative representation of our physical
    • body as it would be if we envisioned our present upright position combined
    • are awake on the physical plane is ego activity. The ego is present
    • in such a case? Obviously, not every ordinary female figure can represent
    • by an artist? He will say, “This is a representation of a person
    • really worked like a beaver to present his points. This book traces
    • with certain traits and then show they are present in the following
    • or Greco-Latin epoch, and of our present epoch, the fifth one, and indicated
    • Greeks represented what they saw differently than we do now. This was
    • artists do. Instead, when the artist wanted to represent an arm, he
    • to represent a movement, he felt what it is like to perform the movement
    • to the representation of people walking.
    • the present. We, however, can no longer see things the way the Japanese
    • it did not in some way resemble or represent a living being. This is
    • ideal unless we also assume the ideal is after all a representation
    • representations of living beings; ideals, on the other hand, are not
    • supposed to represent anything. But even if they did, they would only
    • Hermann Bahr in a sense presented a self-portrait in the character of
    • up in the world outside again and again: what is discussed and represented
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • become a necessary part of human cultural development in the present
    • and the near future. Thus, what I have presented here is connected to
    • We must be aware that the world as it presents
    • what present-day humanity has the least real feeling for and what it
    • Freudian theory, with its publications and with its representatives
    • of the spiritual if they are not to lead us astray. In the present age
    • my attention. A man allowed himself to be so affected by the present
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • these seven lectures present Rudolf Steiner's trenchant diagnosis of
    • way, poetry should represent what human beings experience together with
    • are representations of what belongs to imaginative knowledge, we can
    • lines express represents the laws of the movements of the seven planets.
    • That is what makes it so difficult to represent
    • to represent our movement to people who can't help laughing when they
    • eurythmy, which will also be presented
    • today they will be presented without eurythmy, but never mind.
    • must enter the spiritual life of the present and the immediate future.
    • presentation, regardless of the content? That is precisely what we must
    • picture it presents of the connections between Germany and the war and
    • that this book presents everything in the darkest light and puts the
    • not just whitewashing them, but presenting them as whiter than white.
    • This is what I wanted to present in my new
    • were present who came up to me after the lecture and said they were
    • remarked that I had presented everything exactly the way it was supposed
    • to be in Christianity. However, they felt my manner of presentation
    • while their way of presenting Christianity was for all people and therefore
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • the presentations in our circles. As you remember the themes running
    • reality; it expresses reality. It would be very difficult to present
    • I move from the usual logical presentation to a pictorial one.
    • This has to become our general style of presentation if spiritual
    • to speak, this case was discussed, and the Asian representatives said
    • book, which deals with non-theosophical matters. However, in its presentation
    • then present all this in his university lectures. That man could very
    • and weaves in the present age.
    • Well, let them do it, but then they would present their opinion. It
    • No one would do this; instead people out there would present their own
    • it is for the present. And we have to find the courage to represent
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • sufferings of the present time lie in the prevailing attitude to the
    • this is the great vista presented by the Easter festival.
    • body, and represents the part of man's being which belongs to
    • the etheric body represents in a certain sense that which is akin to
    • with the higher spirituality, so we can say that the Ego represents
    • festival which, representing the immortality of the Ego, is a token of
    • in the fiery tongues of Pentecost. These fiery tongues represent what
    • will have themselves to work their way out of the present catastrophic

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