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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • in its spiritual aspect only if it is recognized that external events
    • by events of history and also by our life in society we live on the
    • that his discovery was a most significant event in history for it proved
    • science must come. These thinkers were prevented from reaching spiritual
    • deeper understanding to current events, can one become conscious of
    • he protects them he prevents them being reached by human beings and
    • because all that occupy their thoughts are external or historical events.
    • occur because thoughts, which ought to relate to external events, do
    • not. As a result the external events take over and go their own way
    • independent of man. They do this even when man has created the events
    • no effect, they can find no foothold in the external events. It has
    • thread. It was prevented, but this was not thanks to certain quarters
    • by then the person at the very center of all the events that have led
    • we see external events run their course and we see human beings, active
    • in the midst of these events, who think quite differently. Human beings
    • with sensible ideas are active in these events but are overwhelmed by
    • events or external social life, develop thoughts which are purely ahrimanic.
    • events and reflects upon them. When, as in such instances, ahrimanic
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • observation of present events.
    • own power, will sustain more and more people so that eventually such
    • to relate to, and that prevents it from finding inner strength. To reach
    • seventy. It really is quite astonishing: we live the same number of
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • mystery and the history of the event is also veiled. Since the Mystery
    • of Golgotha the historical event associated with it cannot be discovered
    • by historic means. To seek for Christ historically like any other event
    • of Golgotha among other historical events. Nor in that case would we
    • Just as one experiences the eye when one perceives, so the Christ-event
    • a trick in order to prevent man from seeing any cosmic aspect in the
    • insight into the Christ impulse, but insight does not prevent attacks
    • and they consequently present cultural development and historical events
    • to the Christ event. It is essential to understand that there has to
    • only between birth and death. In so doing he prevents one side of the
    • inner conflict to come to expression, of course that to which he prevents
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • the event of death of someone near to us — filled with sentiments
    • may find through this event also our own relation to the spiritual world.
    • severed through the event of physical death.
    • understanding the events of our time. There was no question of his objective
    • Thus the event of the death of someone near to us can become an experience
    • close involvement prevents me from touching on many aspects of this
    • But no frontiers prevented her from working for our cause also in regions
    • have as to whether they will be fulfilled should not prevent us from
    • prevents them from committing themselves to spiritual science. Yet nothing
    • It is love of ease that prevents them from making their soul receptive
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • in relation to the Event of Christ. Historically, the present is a significant
    • with the spiritual world. Eventually humanity would no longer be able
    • thus preventing the larva-like human bodies from carrying out what was
    • it were the secrets of man's future consciousness, a momentous event
    • The other events which took place at the Mystery of Golgotha are all
    • forces. It was inevitable for instance that the code of law should eventually
    • understand this event a different approach is necessary.
    • events we are not helped by knowing in a general way that we are connected
    • events of Golgotha.
    • is needed is the development of that inner strength which eventually
    • prevent those who recognize the task of spiritual science from seeing
    • this task connected with the enormous world-historical events taking
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • in relation to events in Europe. However, one thing is certain: no documentary
    • to explain the causes of this monstrous event. The reason is simply
    • himself says that while these events were taking place he, for a time,
    • it.” The continuous vacillation of events caused this state of
    • such things did not happen to the same extent in events of a similar
    • kind. In order to describe the causes of events during earlier times
    • in the case of present events something will remain unexplained over
    • sphere unless wide-awake consciousness is developed concerning events
    • of events allows us to sleep through things of greatest importance.
    • A materialistic outlook prevents us from arriving at proper judgement
    • Ahriman not prevent such a researcher from beholding the spiritual world
    • awake in the true sense. The terrible events taking place in our time
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • to depict an event contain the event itself. Yet this is precisely the
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • events are depicted in history we should sense how necessary it is to
    • present only external physical events. Should the events of the 19th
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • happening both above and below the surface of events. Today people are
    • are determined, in the way they think, by external events. Their thinking
    • to understand external events. However, this kind of thinking in no
    • events taking place at present and the kind of concepts and ideas which
    • it is a question of grasping world events but they do not apply to everyday
    • spoke openly about the immediate events as seen with supersensible vision.
    • to its realization. Two outstanding events were in preparation at that
    • lasting from 1618 to 1648. The events that led to the Thirty Years'
    • events, similar in nature to those that caused the Thirty Years' War.
    • It depends upon mankind whether once again what ought to happen is prevented
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • more aspects of this event. It is certain that as yet we on
    • movement who has suffered much through the events taking
    • peculiarity of present events was like a ray of light helping
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • present problems. Current events do indeed present a riddle
    • Christ gradually faded. Then came the event which replaced
    • concepts. The way he is naturally organized prevents him, if
    • An event that illustrates this quite aptly took place
    • tried from the beginning to prevent spiritual science from
    • events.” And then the good fellow proceeds to show how
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • events as proof of external religious manifestations. The
    • incapable of intervening in events, then one blames all kinds
    • need not be. Nor can there be any feeling for events in
    • events that took place in the 18th century, particularly in
    • manifesto. This event was very remarkable, and I would like
    • Brentano's innate honesty prevented him from publishing
    • also to recognize the real issues in things and events around
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • color and sound, but that does not prevent Professor Max
    • Rudolf Steiner. However, their opposition shall not prevent
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • to realize that it was lack of understanding which prevented
    • to the change of teeth, to about the seventh year, the second
    • and excellent herb, but if it is prevented from flowering no
    • now too far removed from the historical event to absorb the
    • the Christ event. That is why we are going not only through
    • course of external events shows the necessity for the Christ
    • recognize that there is a connection between the events
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • sleep the chain of his life's external events is broken. This
    • events or are useful for some action. But these things have a
    • that he should concern himself with events in life which,
    • surface of life's events. To someone who is concerned only
    • In his fine article about gypsies he describes the event. And it
    • connecting threads between distant events, we strengthen our
    • relating disparate events, we become aware of a force which
    • to seek out the relation between remote events for no other
    • events of the spiritual world must be sought in subtler ways
    • discover hidden connections between events, as I have
    • chance! But you see, such events are in reality no mere
    • of event in which connections are hidden and which involved
    • prophetic, then one can no longer consider such events as
    • formulate mental pictures of future events you clothe the
    • and seek out threads between events in which human beings
    • writing such passages was his way of describing events which,
    • connections between events which must be sought with effort,
    • to seek out such delicate connections between remote events
    • event of the worm with a triangle saying that the triangle
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • surface of life's events; they must be sought in the
    • ordinary historical research into the course of events since
    • somewhat different attitude to events than the natural
    • scientist, and not only to external events and processes but
    • was not prevented, and thus permitted to occur by Britain,
    • everything to prevent war, when suddenly they found
    • channels through which events were guided and manipulated.
    • events that took place on the Balkans were all planned by
    • about present-day events; it can also help us to base our
    • behind historical events. Today it is necessary that we learn
    • the surface of events. Interesting is also the way he has
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • within himself would prevent him from fulfilling that task.
    • adequate view of world events. For example, without such
    • concepts. We must not sleep through the significant events
    • of such events. Take for example what took place at Oxford in
    • connections between events in life. It is able to seek out
    • events, of history and social problems now and in the future,
    • tragic events.
    • events usually talked about. It is necessary to dig much
    • of what happens beneath the surface of external events. It is
    • the hidden secrets directly connected with present events,



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