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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • is not dependent on the letters but on what is learnt through them.
    • Similarly a time will come when consideration of history will depend
    • as little on external facts as reading a book depends on a description
    • independent of man. They do this even when man has created the events
    • good or absolute evil; it always depends on the aspect from which it
    • concepts and ideas are dependent today to an awful extent on his external
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • systems of cells in the organism are related and interdependent just
    • Take this statement by Verworn: “All systems of cells are dependent
    • of cells are supposed to be dependent on each other but in such a way
    • Very much depends upon these
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • of, the world would be different. It is because our cognition is dependent
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    • she sought through earnest independent thinking, to fathom the secrets
    • know is that spiritual science must rest on its own independent research
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • complete dependence. This definition is not false but that is not the
    • concrete views and certainly not to feelings of dependence, declared
    • that if utter dependence was a criterion for being religious then a
    • God-fearing as easily as it can make them atheists, it all depends which
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • the illusion of being an independent organism. Certainly the earth is
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • is much more dependent on his environment, the time in which he lives
    • the fifth epoch, for if his worth were dependent solely on what he accomplished
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • body have a comparatively independent existence; every night when we
    • it at first depends — to the irksome task of penetrating into
    • It depends upon mankind whether once again what ought to happen is prevented
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • soul being ceases to be dependent on his bodily organs whose
    • develop independently. When we observe man as he is today we
    • dependence of his spirit-soul being on his physical-bodily
    • soul's dependence on the body's evolution. While at first the
    • modern man's spirit-soul being is comparatively independent
    • dependent on it caused the spirit to light up within man.
    • cease to be dependent on the bodily nature. That there were
    • being's development to be dependent on his bodily nature up
    • experience that independence from the body which at the
    • After that he had to accomplish his own independent inner
    • mankind's evolution, his spirit-soul being's dependence on
    • soul's independent life after death, or before it had entered
    • being would at an ever earlier age cease to be dependent on
    • the body. This independence would happen long before his
    • development to be dependent upon their bodily nature up to
    • their 28th year. At that age the soul became independent. You
    • what the soul no longer receives through its dependence on
    • freely and independently to grasp reality and carry this
    • independent development. At present we witness the phenomenon
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • spirit cease to be dependent on the organism. However, in the
    • ancient Indian epoch, the dependence persisted, and this is
    • aware during childhood and youth of his soul's dependence on
    • namely his soul's dependence on the declining life of the
    • dependence on the thriving, flourishing life forces during
    • body; its healthy dependence upon the body was felt to be
    • which the spirit-soul being of man knew itself dependent,
    • spirit-soul being's earlier dependence on the bodily nature
    • spirit-soul being's dependence on their declining life
    • dependence upon the flourishing, up-thrusting life forces no
    • the dependence was still experienced much more strongly than
    • dependence upon his physical-bodily nature. This is the
    • Spirit must be attained from within, independent of man's
    • spiritual impulses, engendered independently, must be
    • its independence from the body. A healthy person leading a
    • healthy life can sense the dependence on the Father God up to
    • independence of the body. Man becomes an atheist when he
    • of his soul and spirit becoming ever more independent of the
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • first epoch. His soul-spirit being remained dependent on the
    • dependence on the piece of land one inhabited; instead, there
    • be dependent on whether there was a Jesus or not. Regarding
    • the reality or unreality of something can depend on whether
    • extent dependent on man's natural development. However, the
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • depends on what level someone wears his blinkers. Professor
    • three components may be quite independent of one another
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • mankind's future depends upon a new understanding taking hold
    • that moral behavior, in the last resort, depends upon the
    • person regards an object as beautiful or ugly will depend
    • independently of the physical body. The ether body must be
    • truly independent action.
    • freedom, the alleged independence — which in any case
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • belong to the present incarnation. They are also dependent on
    • whereas his satisfaction or dissatisfaction in life depend
    • worms. From this Brentano concluded that an independent soul
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • and development of the body. This interdependence ceases when
    • become more independent and man's inner development no longer
    • 35, still dependent on the body. Consequently we are not
    • and spirit are still in some way dependent upon our
    • in youth he was an ardent lover of independence. The poverty
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • spiritual element that has become independent exerts its
    • people generally share — independent of human beings as
    • still independent have to fight for survival, faced with
    • individual his full human dignity and independence. Their
    • thinking that has become independent. We lack to a high
    • degree the ability to rise above dependence on external
    • independently, within its own essence. That is why our



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