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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • nature of thinking. He wanted to discover what actually happens in man
    • that his discovery was a most significant event in history for it proved
    • of the East will recognize to be merely man's outer covering. The Eastern
    • that more spirit is active in him than in a non-genius. When the discoveries
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • discovery, for he says: “No one can deny this fact (that man is
    • interpreted, the most extraordinary discoveries may be construed, but
    • can be discovered by studying their relationship! — As for the
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • In order to discover the
    • of Golgotha the historical event associated with it cannot be discovered
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    • to recognize that he had discovered that there is an important link
    • does not discover: the Christ impulse which lives, or at least can live,
    • trying to discover what the present needs, he links onto influences
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    • He will discover for himself how his development ought to progress and
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    • want to write a history of this war must discover where such dimmed
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • are very interesting, one discovers the remarkable fact that he spoke
    • When one tries to discover
    • rediscover in it the more subtly differentiated thinking than the one
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • forces at work in nature besides those which can be discovered by external
    • in our time, comes to meet us with such force in Luther, you will discover
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • talking about spirit, spirit, spirit. I recently read on the cover of
    • have him on the covers of magazines.
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • discovers something quite remarkable. I have often mentioned
    • quite different assumptions, one discovers during spiritual
    • have attempted to discover what lies behind some of the more
    • his inability to discover fruitful ideas that relate to reality
    • research discovers deeper truths of human evolution which are
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • important discovery, a discovery whose further development is
    • circles. In his endeavour to discover new approaches to political
    • was that together they should discover policies that would ensure
    • life which must be discovered. Needless to say he has not
    • ponders the possibility of discovering from life itself what
    • withdraw. In this way he attempts to discover the essence of
    • “discovery” of the way ideas had changed by 1914.
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • cannot do otherwise than say, “What is discovered
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • his scientific investigations cover a great variety of subjects.
    • has discovered that when a person holds the divining rod by
    • Benedikt, himself a doctor, discovers that particularly
    • huge covering of luminous substance (emanation). Such
    • discovers in his darkroom is something that exists below the
    • discover the interplay of forces between man and world, he
    • attention to dowsing; it has become important to discover
    • discovered these time divisions, writes:
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • to discover the criterion of good, a peculiar moral
    • Brentano could not possibly accept. He wanted to discover a
    • Freiburg, could discover nothing in the human soul to cause man to
    • law concerning beauty will ever be discovered, nor should it
    • fact discovered through spiritual investigation. Whenever you
    • But spiritual knowledge enables man to discover the Christ
    • so easily, and when they are discovered, people do not
    • discovered only through spiritual knowledge. Saying that
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • I, can be discovered, or at least sought, through
    • something is discovered which one can claim as the
    • with the I that can be discovered through spiritual science.
    • through spiritual science. This discovery is of the greatest
    • our I the more we succeed in discovering riddles in
    • children are usually covered in layers of dirt, but apart
    • discover in such opinions the kind of hidden connections in
    • discovers surprising points of reference as in the case of
    • discovered that one's thinking, i.e., forming mental pictures
    • discover hidden connections between events, as I have
    • such hidden connections to be discovered. And if they are
    • discover links that are less obvious, one must seek the kind
    • They cannot discover the will in modern man, and this has a
    • when we discover what thinking and willing encompass,”
    • overcome their materialistic outlook and discover the subtler
    • soul discovers that it can penetrate far deeper into the real
    • one can often discover from what
    • succeeded in discovering an exact instance that reveals just
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • discover out of his own initiative his bonds with the
    • spiritual aspects of life that cannot be discovered merely
    • scientist must deal with the facts he discovers differently
    • spiritual scientist arrives at his discoveries through the
    • own progress in hand. These facts can be discovered only
    • is investigated is what he discovers. Thus he goes from facts
    • mental pictures are added, then the law discovered and so
    • wants to discover what significance they have for the
    • revenue will cover the deficit in time” — which
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • satisfied once and for all. When such are not discovered they
    • Eduard von Hartmann — we shall discover what follows.



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