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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • Human Evolution completes the entire German Volume GA 176. It includes
    • like a human soul with its members placed side by side. The peoples
    • his work. When such human beings die and their souls pass into the spiritual
    • decades; during this time they are not accessible to human beings living
    • an unconscious longing for these thoughts to arise in human beings which
    • they cannot satisfy. In other words there are human beings whose forefathers
    • he protects them he prevents them being reached by human beings and
    • would be, not only utterly inhuman, but also completely senseless.”
    • 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
    • streams within human evolution and we are all involved in them.
    • that our age cannot be understood without spiritual knowledge. Human
    • the Gospels were written it was foreseen that human beings would become
    • that the Gospels were written by human beings of different inner dispositions.
    • understanding human life.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • Human Evolution completes the entire German Volume GA 176. It includes
    • According to him the human organism is no different from the animal
    • spoke about the structure of the human organism and the animal organism
    • — Verworn is here referring to the human organism. Thus groups
    • are enjoying freedom in their interaction with brain cells, human freedom
    • connections in man's animal-human organism. But when concepts are derived
    • one-sidedly from the human organism as such, especially as done in this
    • as preserving and advancing human life. Had it been described as created
    • should be derived from his knowledge of the human organism.
    • immense significance concerning the deeper aspect of human destiny.
    • can describe in detail. Thus spiritual science alone can give the human
    • disregards the soul and declares that only the human body exists within
    • human beings experience inner dissatisfaction and insecurity. Very much
    • However, thinking in itself is not the goal, only the path. All human
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • Human Evolution completes the entire German Volume GA 176. It includes
    • harmony with the cosmos. I mentioned how, in a normal human life, the
    • distinguish to begin with, immediately bordering on the human realm,
    • As human beings we have a relationship to the Angeloi and they in turn
    • in human beings before and after the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • the activity and being of the Angeloi and the human intellect. One could
    • Angeloi, and especially the Angels belonging to individual human beings,
    • has significant consequences for human life. Let us go back for a moment
    • in the human intellect.
    • sway of the Jehovah force in human evolution, it gives us a picture
    • description: Jahve had to forget human beings, insofar as their life
    • to remember mankind. For the sake of human beings the Gods gradually
    • would grasp none of the spirit: the wisdom connected with the human
    • brain, the life of ideation connected with the human nervous system.
    • historical, they were given by human beings who were inspired. Accounts
    • of human evolution in the moment it became possible to include the Mystery
    • shows there were human beings who were conscious, through direct personal
    • to transform the concept, the mental picture of Christ in the human
    • call Christ. Ahriman clouds and confuses the human intellect in many
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • Human Evolution completes the entire German Volume GA 176. It includes
    • in his human relationships with others a cultural artistic quality of
    • them in the sense that they express a feeling which is present in human
    • further life of a now infinite being. For every human individuality
    • there are moments in a human life which are of special significance,
    • it is then possible to look deeper into a human individuality. In such
    • between responsible human souls and those Divine-spiritual powers whose
    • the true humaneness and social friendliness with which he fulfilled
    • these three years of grief and human suffering, conversations in which
    • aim was to enable it to enter rightly into the stream of human culture.
    • us of the working of karma in human life. Only an understanding of human
    • I was strongly aware of something else; namely, that human beings themselves
    • it is also within our spiritual movement, that human beings can find
    • for the necessity that governs man, the necessity of human destiny.
    • a human being in the fullest sense as everyone connected with her will
    • and so cruelly come between human beings who are close to one another.
    • she carried out truly humanitarian work right up to her last illness.
    • the divine spiritual for which the human soul longs. Through her inner
    • meaning of this most difficult trial of the human race and concerned
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • Human Evolution completes the entire German Volume GA 176. It includes
    • that seeking Christ is deeply connected with the nature of the human
    • special nature of the human ‘I’ comes to expression in the
    • between the Being of Christ and the human ‘I’ the Christ
    • in his writings a remarkable description of human consciousness to which,
    • that human consciousness is related to death, to dying, and as we, in
    • the turning point in human evolution.
    • declared that only those initiated in the Mysteries were humans in the
    • I have just described which arose out of necessity in human evolution.
    • more and more human beings on the earth would lose all direct connection
    • with the spiritual world. Eventually humanity would no longer be able
    • in the Mysteries. The human spirit itself would not inhabit the earth.
    • thus preventing the larva-like human bodies from carrying out what was
    • Because the human body,
    • weaker life of soul, it had to be made possible for the human soul to
    • man's existence. They express what entered human evolution through the
    • described is a fact of human evolution.
    • as those to which human bodies in general were subject at that time.
    • the body of Jesus of Nazareth, spoke the secrets connected with human
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • Human Evolution completes the entire German Volume GA 176. It includes
    • the way people interpret this reality. We live in an age when human
    • understanding and human conduct are strongly influenced by materialism.
    • time, to observe an abundance of effects in human life which are purely
    • the spirit is present, only it is not put on the agenda when human affairs
    • and, entering into his human frailties, instills in him a particular
    • Many things occur in the course of human karma which, in order to come
    • but through human beings whose state of consciousness gives them access.
    • is the penetration of certain spiritual powers into the human world
    • are apt to reverse and the same kind of thinking which made human beings
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • Human Evolution completes the entire German Volume GA 176. It includes
    • especially to the human soul. The view obtained through spiritual knowledge
    • of the human soul's evolution during hundreds and thousands of years
    • human mediator for what the Angel proclaimed concerning a higher world.
    • of the inner presence of the spiritual world in human consciousness
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • Human Evolution completes the entire German Volume GA 176. It includes
    • humanity. To the unprejudiced observer Luther appears at first sight
    • took place, particularly in the human soul; this is something taken
    • science reveals that at this time the human soul came completely within
    • deeper strata of the human soul weighed heavily upon Luther. Today one
    • the universe which occupied the human mind at the dawn of the fifth
    • types of human beings side by side. As we saw in the last lecture, Luther's
    • It became a great riddle for Luther how the human beings of the fifth
    • was under no illusion that human beings incarnating during the coming
    • were represented the human beings of his time, human beings to whom
    • the fifth post-Atlantean epoch human knowledge had assumed a form that
    • made it impossible to strengthen the human soul, by means of the power
    • is the ability to act directly out of that deepest region of the human
    • that there are limits to human knowledge has frequently been proclaimed.
    • the human soul so that it can find, through its own forces, the path
    • Faust in line with Lutheranism. We see in these works the human soul
    • works. Rather they fill the human soul with spiritual impulses which
    • has brought such misery upon humanity is the karmic effect of distorted,
    • has come to be presented in the course of time the human soul must undergo
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • Human Evolution completes the entire German Volume GA 176. It includes
    • significant for the human soul. Some are aware of the riddle but there
    • human life, for enabling men to slaughter one another, then, leaving
    • for the human soul. If one is to find one's way through the complexities
    • before in human evolution. Let us for once look at the relationship
    • what exactly takes place in the human being when he is engaged in intellectual
    • younger members of human nature. In actual fact only man's 'I' can be
    • which is applicable only to human beings as individuals; quite different
    • the intricacies of human life; the latter require concepts and ideas
    • that human life is after all influenced occasionally. It is because
    • human beings still rely on old, even ancient ideas though they no longer
    • human morality seen in the light of spiritual knowledge. It is easy
    • the irksome task of seeking within himself for his true humanity. People
    • insight into this polarity in human nature because of his particular
    • time above all else is a deeper insight into human life. This means
    • make such demands and one is bound to say that unless a human being
    • That a professor or a privy councilor is not supposed to be a human
    • On the one hand there is Anthroposophy with the impulse to further human
    • because what human beings do is often in direct revolt against the spiritual
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • Aspects of Human Evolution
    • Human Development, the Individual and the General Age of Mankind
    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • evolutionary conditions of post-Atlantean humanity. Much has
    • external viewpoint it may seem that when human progress is
    • that of the individual human being. However, investigation
    • life of the individual human being corresponds to mankind's
    • the human being as he is today, we notice that during a
    • coarser and finer structure. Not only does the human being
    • we look at life, we cannot fail to notice that human beings,
    • during its decline. This condition and quality of human life
    • developed so that the age of post-Atlantean humanity
    • Graeco-Latin epoch. The individual human being within this
    • that, at the moment when human beings began to experience the
    • through human nature itself.
    • Greek simply through human evolution as such. That is the
    • that after death man was no longer a complete human being. As
    • therefore presupposed that for a human being to be complete,
    • off, he is no longer a complete human being; if both arms are
    • person and the evolution of humanity as a whole. We see how
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • Aspects of Human Evolution
    • Human Development, the Necessity for New, Living Ideas, Spirit
    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • conformity with human evolution, it is now. I drew attention
    • origin as a human being and say: My body came into being
    • nature, that human beings grow and thrive just as plants and
    • existence — and the Holy Spirit. Such direct human
    • immediate human experience through his spirit-soul being's
    • complete human being. That is why I have said that one can
    • understand the evolution of the human race, a completely new
    • into life in response to human requirements. Whenever my
    • something that humanity has almost lost, at least in that
    • portion of humanity to which we belong. Let me use an example.
    • of an imagined ennobled humanity. The position of Homer in
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • Aspects of Human Evolution
    • Human Development, the Contemporary Spirit of Science
    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • mind what has been said about humanity as such becoming ever
    • our attention to how the 27 year old human being of today
    • should be arranged and human affairs conducted. It would
    • answers to life's problems. When a human being today, in the
    • similar is experienced only in regard to the human being. We
    • second post-Atlantean epoch the natural ability of the human
    • questions concerning the arrangement of human affairs because
    • counsel from human beings diminished ever more. When
    • the spirit reveals Christ's entry into human evolution as an
    • exceptional human being who, like Jesus, haunts our liberal
    • deepest and truest needs of the human soul.
    • fifth post-Atlantean epoch during which through human
    • concerning human and cosmic thoughts.
    • further the longer it lasts. The suffering of humanity
    • lessening. In these circumstances, out of humanitarian
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • Aspects of Human Evolution
    • Human Development, Contemporary Scientific Appearances
    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • why he attempts' to establish that each human being is
    • persons to prove, not only that human beings
    • small number, human beings who are darkness-adapted! A
    • Reichenbach declared that every human being drags about a
    • an indication of a higher kind of human capability. On the
    • in politics. But the fact is that healthy human common sense
    • from the human being. In other words, water is not only under
    • it reads: “Inwardly (within Saturn) the dull human will
    • it is clearly stated that the Sun humanity experienced the
    • humanity may be extended in many directions. Let us suppose
    • belong to human nature. These are not illusions of
    • imperfect human reasoning, but facts. Hence the need for
    • collaboration between the senses in the normal human being
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • Aspects of Human Evolution
    • Human Development, Contemporary Struggling People
    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • in a sufficiently large number of human beings.
    • certain human beings just how strong such impulses are at a
    • concerned him were the wider aspects of essential human
    • the strength to capture and leave their mark in human souls.
    • working of the human soul; he wanted to carry out
    • the human soul. However, when this is done along the lines of
    • human soul to the spirit. And there one may remain at the
    • obvious, and recognize the human soul's activity to be
    • the three members of the human soul. However, no satisfactory
    • the human soul is connected. If one does not find that path
    • thinking, feeling and willing in the human soul does not help
    • second activity of the human soul.
    • the third element within the human soul as that of
    • the two greatest riddles of the human soul, the riddle of
    • possession of things entrusted to them, an orderly human
    • morality have changed in the course of human evolution which
    • source in human feelings fluctuating between love and hate.
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • Aspects of Human Evolution
    • Human Development, the Difficulty with Self Knowledge
    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • The assumption that the human I is fairly
    • contradicted daily for every normal human being, as I have
    • makes human beings happy or less happy in life. He submitted
    • necessary that these connections are related to human beings
    • human beings reveal in themselves those subtle connections
    • the inner life of human beings. Once it has been recognized
    • an enrichment that provides the striving human being with a
    • and seek out threads between events in which human beings
    • which human beings are less directly involved, we enrich and
    • connections in which human beings are directly involved,
    • it is true to say that when one looks at the human being as
    • am,” I am within a force which becomes a human being in
    • physical human being. Only then was it possible to know Him
    • have the power to strengthen the human I. What is longed for
    • science can give the human being real inner strength by
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • Aspects of Human Evolution
    • Human Development, Sequential Earthly Lives
    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • time the individual human being continued to be capable of
    • life. However, the strange fact is that in the human being of
    • a great deal. They imply that while incarnated in a human
    • human body, we can have only the truth which is seed for a
    • member of humanity as a whole. In practice it is not attained
    • connections between them. No human being today will achieve
    • such as the fact that humanity becomes younger and younger
    • from the spiritual realm accessible to the human faculty of
    • knowledge. The age of the human being is receding the way I
    • responsive to what he can absorb from the human environment,
    • society that work against a human being's natural
    • Does a human
    • to expression in a human being representing the age.
    • something occurs under the influence of a different human age
    • influence originated from quite a different human life period
    • human beings of whom it could be said that they were the
    • quality” of this single human individuality was
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • Aspects of Human Evolution
    • Human Development, the Relationship of Humanity to Truth
    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • alive is continually changing. The human being who is perhaps
    • between the individual human being's age and the age of
    • truths do not reach the human soul as abstractions, but even
    • in general in its effect upon the human soul. I gave some
    • lecture I drew attention to the fact that nowadays the human
    • the human soul needs concepts and ideas in life which can
    • so on. The human soul needs ideas with which it can live. If
    • sense. Many human souls today are in fact in a condition of
    • science of the spirit provides something with which the human
    • deeply rooted in the human soul.
    • human soul and the whole endless spiritual aspect of the
    • presented creates great difficulty for the mobile human soul
    • to what will truly nourish the human soul, the inclination is
    • detaching it from the human being. To do so is regarded so
    • which have become divorced from their human source. A sum of
    • what results when, over a number of human beings a liberal
    • despotic power that is being wielded over human beings by the
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