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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • Europe are waiting to Develop the Spirit Self. One could say that in
    • the Eastern European will have developed his true nature. It will then
    • European, as he develops the Spirit Self, will ascend to the realm of
    • only when spiritual science, developed in Central Europe, becomes absorbed
    • He had produced thoughts which ought to be developed further, but because
    • events or external social life, develop thoughts which are purely ahrimanic.
    • develops an opposite tendency; he loses connection with the spirit active
    • agrarian type all too easily develops aversion for the spirit, i.e.
    • for cultural development. One cannot however just stand still and avoid
    • a consequence a view of life develops based on ahrimanic demonology.
    • develops an attitude of superiority; he sees himself as a kind of superman
    • develops between his soul and the environment. When one is able to observe
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • evolution.” This means that organic development is supposed to
    • animals eat and digest, how they gradually develop, how the individual
    • Verworn sees development
    • as a basic feature of the animal organism, but his view of development
    • is peculiar. He says: “Development is a factor common to all living
    • entities.” But what does he understand by development? According
    • to him development takes place when an organic entity adapts itself
    • to the conditions in which it finds itself. Thus development is the
    • from the first to its environment, and development is supposed to consist
    • such as the one Verworn makes in regard to development was taken seriously
    • perfection of organic development in the animal cell-State is only reached
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • developed higher up in man's organism and became related to the head
    • All the tendencies to materialism that man develops in his life of thought
    • through the development of a higher consciousness. If we were able to
    • from early on, in the development of Christianity, faith was emphasized
    • cultural developments in their true forms seldom find any accurate picture
    • some who have developed theological cognition beyond the level of mere
    • and they consequently present cultural development and historical events
    • their way. The very nature of concepts developed on this basis
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • that is very much connected with the development of art in the 19th
    • that developed strength of personality and brought out all the greatness
    • life, his way of working, his inner development. And Johanna Arnold
    • In the 18th Century, striving to develop reason was synonymous with
    • that through the development of reason in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • all the more important to be mindful of man's historical development
    • development, the whole configuration of his soul life was different
    • the course of life, develop consciousness we are actually slowly and
    • gradually developing those forces which, at the moment of death, confront
    • sees consciousness as life which gradually develops into death. It is
    • not life as such which develops death, but the consciousness in man
    • develops death forces and death itself is enhanced consciousness compressed
    • by it enables us to develop our present day-consciousness which is an
    • an earlier epoch had reached higher development, would be able to inspire
    • there are plenty of examples in everyday life. Those who have developed
    • speed he developed his personal view of the life of Jesus after which
    • of the present age. The individual who sets out on this path will develop
    • He will discover for himself how his development ought to progress and
    • is needed is the development of that inner strength which eventually
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • sphere unless wide-awake consciousness is developed concerning events
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • life we see him as a living proof that man does not develop his individuality
    • European cultural development,
    • to develop into the ability to look once more into the spiritual world,
    • to develop a relationship once more with the spiritual world.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • world has to cease. In this epoch he has developed, through special
    • But that ability can only be attained through inner strength, developed
    • further its development along the path that Goethe strode with such
    • Goethe and Schiller belong in recent cultural development because it
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • is a discrepancy between man's intellectual and moral development? At
    • present man's intellectual development expresses itself mainly in what
    • could also be called, with more or less justification, scientific development.
    • has reached a certain high plateau in its development. Just think of
    • as a result of man's highly developed intellect. It has certainly progressed
    • between man's intellectual and moral development in the light of spiritual
    • which were developed and incorporated into his being in the course of
    • development we cannot refer to such mature constituents of his being.
    • are capable of further development on earth. But the ‘I’
    • intellectual development, during sleep. It is because the physical and
    • etheric bodies are perfectly developed tools that the already existing
    • intellectuality can become further developed by what the 'I' has received
    • the discrepancy between intellectual and moral development. Despite
    • development has come about under capitalism, in other words during a
    • time when rulership was in the hands of the few, whereas moral development
    • intellectual and moral development can only be explained when seen in
    • intellectual, intellectuality will continue to develop, whereas moral
    • life will reach a comparable development only when all people are merged
    • be favourable for moral development. The reality however, is very different,
    • is to develop to the same extent as intellectuality has done. Men must
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • Human Development, the Individual and the General Age of Mankind
    • needs for development. Steiner shows how the natural development of the
    • a whole with the development gone through by the individual,
    • evolution corresponds to the development of the individual
    • certain period of his development his physical body is the
    • first to mature. His bodily organs develop both in their
    • development of his spirit and soul is bound up with the
    • development of the physical body; the two as it were take a
    • and soul development with that of the body comes to an end at
    • a certain age. Man is then considered fully developed. When
    • physically fully developed. At that moment his spirit and
    • growth and development have come to an end. We are aware that
    • develop independently. When we observe man as he is today we
    • soul's participation in the body's growth and development
    • body would be in a condition of growth and development, it
    • man fully developed; only then did his spirit-soul being
    • developed, in the way I have described, up to the age of 56,
    • epoch came to an end, development lasted only up to the age
    • the development of my soul and spirit. And, as we have seen,
    • being's development to be dependent on his bodily nature up
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • Human Development, the Necessity for New, Living Ideas, Spirit
    • needs for development. Steiner shows how the natural development of the
    • important discovery, a discovery whose further development is
    • man continued his bodily development right up to the ages
    • whereas today in the child and youth the development of the
    • development of the physical body, in that ancient cultural
    • element following a parallel development to that of the
    • through three stages of development whereas now he
    • body that cause growth and development. One can look at one's
    • the body and caused its growth and development. In that
    • God, who also caused his further growth and development. When
    • natural development continued only in his forties, that is,
    • bodily development, through the impulse initiated by Christ.
    • fifth epoch progresses, there should develop a healthy sense
    • originate purely within the soul, developed in complete
    • developing bodily nature. Spiritual science recognizes
    • with the problems of development in social conditions,
    • develop this will, one will never understand what is actually
    • unraveled a great contradiction which developed between the
    • things developed in the period leading up to the catastrophe
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • Human Development, the Contemporary Spirit of Science
    • needs for development. Steiner shows how the natural development of the
    • it has dropped to 27. This means that modern man develops
    • naturally up to that age. After the age of 27 he develops
    • development in the natural sense like children right into
    • developed normally into their fifties would know the right
    • course of his natural development, reaches puberty, a change
    • because natural development continued until late in life, the
    • who had reached that age had gone through normal development,
    • soul development reveals itself gradually up to a certain age
    • while the body's development takes place. In those days
    • developed naturally during the body's thriving growth, but
    • calcification, caused the soul and spirit to develop, and
    • ancient Indian culture developed the way it did through the
    • understanding. When a culture develops, it must of necessity
    • earth's elemental beings. What developed in ancient Greece
    • cultures developed which reflected the earth's spiritual
    • ability to develop ceases. People do not pause to wonder why
    • The development of a civilization and its relationship to its
    • being to develop lasted only into his forties. Therefore he
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • Human Development, Contemporary Scientific Appearances
    • needs for development. Steiner shows how the natural development of the
    • developed. It is shown that the ability of certain people to
    • excretion develop on Saturn, and through the Cherubim, at a
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • Human Development, Contemporary Struggling People
    • needs for development. Steiner shows how the natural development of the
    • be sufficiently emphasized that a healthy development of
    • its development. The astral body is further, but man is more
    • good tendencies, and up to the age of puberty he develops
    • that he develops tendencies that are noble and kind, and he
    • develops good instincts but later shows no inclination to
    • only people would develop a feeling for how essential it is,
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • Human Development, the Difficulty with Self Knowledge
    • needs for development. Steiner shows how the natural development of the
    • develop in this life, it can be enriched so that it loses its
    • that will develop only next year. Thus when I say, “I
    • cannot be developed through inner initiative; we can only
    • develop the art of dreaming, otherwise the being would not
    • developed; in fact, an altogether different inner attitude.
    • develop subtlety of thinking up to a point. As I said he
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • Human Development, Sequential Earthly Lives
    • needs for development. Steiner shows how the natural development of the
    • natural development right up to the age of 56 in a way
    • spirit went through a development parallel to that of his
    • development of soul and spirit is bound up with the growth
    • and development of the body. This interdependence ceases when
    • become more independent and man's inner development no longer
    • natural development, without effort on man's part. As we
    • development continued only up to the age of 49. In the
    • the Greeks and Romans remained capable of natural development
    • development ceases; we can make no further progress merely
    • participation in his development. Thus through natural
    • development modern man becomes 27 years old, and that is what
    • unless we develop the kind of living concepts of which we
    • research reveals that man in general develops in our time,
    • spiritual knowledge will progress in his development up to
    • will be well developed by the time he reaches the age of 27.
    • can develop simply through the fact of having physically
    • developed and so too, the impulse to be active in one or
    • he will, by the time he is 27 years old, have developed a sum
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • Human Development, the Relationship of Humanity to Truth
    • needs for development. Steiner shows how the natural development of the
    • essential in our time that a feeling should develop for the
    • must go through a certain development.
    • it cannot develop such ideas, or only unsatisfactory ones,
    • world, to work with and for the development of the world.
    • satisfy us anymore. Instead it develops in us so that it
    • develop our concepts. We could, as it were, speak forever
    • all of this development.
    • continues to develop to extremes in the Western world. It is
    • The intention behind much that is developed in our time
    • develop to a remarkable degree. That is something that has to
    • something. Many-sidedness is what' is developing in the East,
    • could only develop the way they did — but if they had,
    • evolution, and noticing how one epoch develops out of the

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