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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • can read about it in my books Goethe's Conception of the World and
    • Goethe the Scientist.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • emphasis on reason. He recalls an interesting episode in Goethe's life.
    • In Bohemia Goethe observed a strangely shaped mountain, the Kammerbühl
    • sedimentation which had been driven upwards by the force of water. Goethe
    • that not everyone is a Goethe; nevertheless, it seems to him that while
    • human soul. This spiritual element he tries to find first in Goethe
    • according to what we want them to be. Thus Goethe wanted the Kammerbühl
    • Goethe, Schiller, the Romantics and others, meant by it. He comes to
    • that Goethe was quite right in applying the word genius only to a few
    • and the meaning of genius in the Goethean sense. The connection is there
    • Goethe did pave the way
    • all kinds of statements by Goethe, all he says is: “It will not
    • Vatican and the views of Goethe and Kant.” Here we see the influence
    • the teachings of the Vatican and the views of Goethe and Kant.”
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • from Lessing to Herder, Schiller, Goethe
    • — and also Goethe's Faust constitute as it were the apex of that
    • possibly bring Schiller's aesthetic letters, Goethe's Fairy Tale
    • only a negative submission to the devil could be envisaged. Goethe,
    • devil. It must be said that neither Lessing nor Goethe had the nerve
    • of Lessing and Goethe. An initiate may have wanted to tell his fellow
    • Goethe's inner attitude to Faust. Goethe too had insight into the nature
    • organic causes, agitation, rage or other uncontrolled behaviour. Goethe's
    • Schiller's aesthetic letters and also Goethe's Faust which presents
    • further its development along the path that Goethe strode with such
    • illustrated than in the classic works of Goethe, Schiller and Lessing.
    • Goethe and Schiller belong in recent cultural development because it
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • Goethe brought the ideas from the past into movement can it
    • for many years pointed out that this is Goethe's most
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • about Goethe in my books with what I said in a lecture
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • guild of physicists, but it was challenged by Goethe. He
    • and clarifies one of Goethe's views; in this connection it
    • border realm,, comes as far as Goethe's theory of color. When
    • with justifying and defending Goethe's theory of color, then
    • connection between the theory of emanation and Goethe's
    • modern physics and the rejection of Goethe's theory of color.
    • at the Goethe-Schiller Archives in Weimar — then it is
    • acquainted with my writings on Goethe will know of a strange
    • Goethe's Faust by means of cabbalism. Dessoir speaks first
    • who sees the whole Kantian philosophy represented in Goethe's
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • Goethe's works can be understood only if it is recognized
    • that Goethe does not want to be pinned down in a
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • the difference between Hegel and Goethe. He pointed out that
    • the highest secrets if we only had the sense, Goethe made a
    • nothing less than that Goethe professed true spiritualism,



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