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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • through his writings, we find that he was very little influenced by
    • while he is thinking. He also wanted to find out how man is related,
    • milieu as Spir, we do not find any of such subtlety as his. So how does
    • natural, historical or social life, is mere semblance. And he finds
    • contemporaries were bound to find it difficult; and it is natural that
    • in Eastern Europe, as life in spiritual reality, will then find expression.
    • no effect, they can find no foothold in the external events. It has
    • into someone completely different — we find him as the president
    • If we travel eastwards we shall find more and more people of this type.
    • If we go westwards we find more and more conditions of emancipation
    • beings must live together; to do so they must find common ground of
    • find contradictions between the Gospels; they fail to take into account
    • is ever to find a cure for all the confusion in the world. Salvation
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • authority finds it of utmost importance that mutual relationships in
    • organism. When investigated one will find that individual cells and
    • to the conditions in which it finds itself. Thus development is the
    • for guidance but do not find the security they long for. All that the
    • have been searching without finding anything which could give them a
    • man need to find a secure path through life? What he needs above all
    • to relate to, and that prevents it from finding inner strength. To reach
    • between the findings of spiritual science today and the content of this
    • not arrived at in the same way as the findings of modern spiritual science,
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • through the findings of spiritual science, but also through external
    • How can I find a relationship to Christ? Certainly it is a question
    • what we call the impulse of Christ. It will enable him to find within
    • cultural developments in their true forms seldom find any accurate picture
    • instruction. In such cases one invariably finds a strange similarity
    • personality of the Christ. Nevertheless one finds descriptions of Christ
    • man can find in spiritual science he cannot find in any historical account
    • to find an outlet some other way. Now, when you find in various publications
    • as a consequence he fails to find the Christ impulse. He may later learn
    • he now does find the Christ impulse. In such a case it is essential
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • may find through this event also our own relation to the spiritual world.
    • to accomplish so much, and entering another realm where we can find
    • it is also within our spiritual movement, that human beings can find
    • at a quite specific moment. I know that not everyone will find what
    • human soul. This spiritual element he tries to find first in Goethe
    • Hermann Bahr makes great effort to find confirmation of this idea. For
    • Hermann Bahr is that he attempts to find in man the higher, the divine
    • truth yet cannot find the Christ and is unaware that he does not find
    • but only to the extent it finds approval with the Vatican.”
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • we have reason to hope we may find Him. At present it is of particular
    • of the 19th Century practiced in Jena and other cities. We still find
    • Now we find ourselves within a surplus of organic life which is gradually
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, we find that in those ancient times man's thoughts,
    • thorough study of Christianity yet fail to find Christ. At present it
    • longing is there to find again the spirit, which however, cannot be
    • external life but the longing finds unhealthy expression because people
    • feels that it is essential to find a way out. However, it is inherent
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • one finds again and again that they decided on a project because of
    • what professors and historians find in archives will suffice, whereas
    • will also find entry into those spheres which alone enables one to stay
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • find dreadful the idea of having to sit down and wait till his Angel
    • soul one finds that he had been deeply impressed by a certain booklet.
    • from Frankfurth.” You will find more on this subject in my book
    • among people he will, in numerous cases, find Ahriman, hunchbacked and
    • enhanced. Even when we find certain aspects of what he said unpalatable
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • truth, will not believe such abrupt transition possible. He would find
    • If in the future you look towards the spiritual world you will find
    • the human soul so that it can find, through its own forces, the path
    • interpretation of the world. And in this way it finds, through its own
    • the old just because it is old; but we must find those treasures of
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • for the human soul. If one is to find one's way through the complexities
    • finds it painful to witness the unease, the unwillingness that exists
    • let alone find solutions to moral and social problems. In order to achieve
    • the ways and means, necessary if man is to find a solution to the present
    • these things, that is why we find in his writing many instances when
    • of today wants to flee from thinking, he wants to find his own salvation
    • what I have often referred to, that man finds it disquieting, uncomfortable.
    • may have succeeded but it did not. Today we again find ourselves within
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • find that this moment occurs at a certain age — more
    • knowledge that one finds, as the saying is,
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • shall find that the most valuable of those ideas originated
    • back to that ancient time we find that people in the course
    • easy-going, not rack it. Either way he no longer finds
    • manufacturer would find it strange if told that science of
    • on the first page one finds the newspaper article reproduced,
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • imagine vividly what I shall now describe, you will find it
    • for it contains much of interest. You will find
    • number of Die Tat you will find an article entitled
    • seeks the Christ and does not find Him, because that is
    • Golgotha. Drews fails to find Christ because he remains at
    • find a general God but not Christ. It is an outlook that is
    • really an illness, the inability to find Christ a misfortune,
    • not to be able to find the spirit a soul blindness. Drews
    • world. We can find our connection with spirituality only
    • — that one finds any understanding for the fact that
    • or any other European language, people would find it deadly
    • put an end to this evil. He therefore finds it necessary to
    • expect to find something very deep.
    • everybody else's science is pseudo-science. You will find
    • you can find anything of what is here maintained. But who
    • for that very reason could not find, when observing life
    • one. And the possibility to find the Christ again will elude
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • scientist finds it acceptable not only to speak about but to
    • interesting that Benedikt himself finds it necessary to
    • you will find more about the significance of
    • especially in regard to water. To find water becomes
    • further in order to find the measure by which to evaluate
    • find anywhere in my writings the expression “cell
    • where we find:
    • Dessoir finds,
    • with smell. Dessoir finds it necessary to alter it to:
    • teachers.” I have not been able to find to what that
    • childhood. You will find descriptions of this in certain
    • that a man finds disciples — a few people who follow
    • self-knowledge, that the very fact of his finding disciples
    • with the disciples, and find in the teacher the fitting
    • allegorically and blames me as he finds it particularly
    • pictures, and he finds it contradictory that it depicts
    • you will find this note: “Compare Rudolf Steiner's
    • aware that of course no one will find anything wrong with
    • find that I proceed with the greatest caution when I explain
    • finds particularly objectionable; yet I would like to draw
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • matter how enigmatic, to which he did not try to find a
    • formulate and elaborate concepts that have content. We find
    • that everywhere in Aristotle one finds a distinct flaring up
    • science. Yet in order to find answers to the questions facing
    • the human soul is connected. If one does not find that path
    • — and Franz Brentano could not find it — then one
    • these premises Brentano did his utmost to find solutions to
    • Brentano, a struggle lasting for decades, to find answers to
    • same result — nowhere will you find him giving any
    • philosopher will you find such Aristotelean sagacity and at
    • including philosophers, who have in our time tried to find
    • But you will find their answers, especially those given by
    • will you find within the whole range of modern philosophical
    • the good is. What you will find is confusion aplenty, albeit
    • than beauty; what one person finds beautiful another does
    • and ether bodies, and find its reflection in the I and astral
    • could find was the meager answer he termed “the
    • Christ find entry into human souls in the form presented by
    • aspects of cultural life, to find true concepts,
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • I find that I am always the same. However, this statement is
    • actually find it there, must recognize that it is blotted out
    • realize that it is by no means easy to find the kind of ideas
    • to find adequate words. The drawback of the merely
    • our I is not at all identical with the one we find
    • written: “To find yourself, seek in the world; to find
    • find oneself; i.e., in order to provide one's thought life
    • eating dead animals they happen to find, nor do they suffer
    • soon find one is on the right path. Unfortunately, because
    • connections of a cruder nature, find it so extraordinarily
    • course, not find it so remarkable that two people who used to
    • he is in his present incarnation, one does not find the will
    • on. In other words, all that one finds in place of the will
    • Nowhere can one find the will in man today. But why? Because
    • aspect of life. Even the most worthwhile people do not find
    • Today one finds
    • Brentano should be unable to find the way, had I not
    • to find a valid one; he stumbles, with serious consequence.
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • is at a loss to find words to express the awe felt by the
    • merely want to brood within themselves will find in life only
    • in life must be spiritually explained. Many find it extremely
    • what circumstances would one find him? First of all, the 27th
    • find that everything fits. He was born in 1863, was orphaned
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • dwell in his soul will find that they speak to him. If at
    • of what was becoming. You will find more about this in my
    • In nature all around us we find
    • You will find
    • will find that I am not imagining things and you will find
    • You will find that Nietzsche wrote an interesting passage on
    • Germans. You will find artisans, thinkers, priests, masters
    • will find, but no human beings ...
    • natural phenomena of themselves reveal. If one is to find

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