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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • whole philosophy was a kind of premonition. In concerning oneself with
    • during the course of mankind's evolution the sentient soul in the Latin
    • thinking he used the kind of abstract concepts which are in reality
    • science. The view is that now at last science has arrived after mankind
    • those who are usually regarded as practical have only the kind of abstract
    • from all the many other ills that beset mankind, nothing less than a
    • aware of the kind of impulses that are at work in our time. Impulses
    • danger is of an opposite kind, he lives in spirit which is too rarefied,
    • develops an attitude of superiority; he sees himself as a kind of superman
    • industrial is influenced by his kind of environment. When either of
    • are invariably colored by their particular kind of environment. Man's
    • would feel things of this kind very strongly. When he said that everything
    • do not want to hear the truth. Yet the truth has to be faced if mankind
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • must pay attention to symptoms of this kind for they indicate the nature
    • of this kind can be enlightening.
    • This is the kind of evidence
    • This kind of ignorance results
    • failed. Before acting on a general notion of this kind one would expect
    • are introduced. It is the kind of situation that is prevalent everywhere.
    • on others, which however does not mean that one kind of cell exercises
    • a power to suppress another kind. On the contrary, cell systems mutually
    • notion is that, in order to function, brain cells; i.e., one kind of
    • organism of the universe. It is nonsense of this kind that makes it
    • aware of the danger threatening mankind if what today calls itself science
    • ought to be well aware; it is all the more important because this kind
    • understanding of this greatness. Many things which are now part of mankind's
    • will be seen as a significant period in mankind's evolution: the time
    • the kind of concepts spiritual science must bring to man; concepts that
    • and other great historical documents dealing with mankind's evolution.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • of spiritual science this aspect of mankind's evolution is directly
    • mankind, breathed into man the breath of life and he became a living
    • the Angeloi what kind of relationship they have to man. When we turn
    • The consciousness was rekindled through the Mystery of Golgotha. If
    • were spoken: And the Gods forgot mankind; then since the Mystery of
    • to remember mankind. For the sake of human beings the Gods gradually
    • a greater part of mankind, through spiritual science, must come to understand
    • the conflict. This has all kinds of adverse effects. If one tries to
    • kind of destruction. It is just that it is not always so obvious how
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • moment of this kind because I consider it symptomatic of Herman Joachim.
    • experiencing a death of this kind. In these circumstances things must
    • they are faced with the kind of difficulties which in our time must
    • know. She strongly rejected everything which nowadays, as a kind of
    • knew how to endow the ideas she conveyed to others with the kindness
    • experiences. Today I venture to speak of examples of this kind.
    • what is happening to mankind — Johanna Arnold would ask me significant
    • into relation with mankind's spiritual evolution in general. In her
    • attempt to solve the riddle of mankind she made a close study of Fichte,
    • that even those who have a measure of insight into mankind's evolution
    • and human reason, mankind would attain what was perhaps beyond the reach
    • to be determined by his impulses. He asks: What kind of impulses are
    • all kinds of statements by Goethe, all he says is: “It will not
    • This is the kind of responsibility
    • it is still fashionable to make confessions of this kind. What I do
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • importance to pay attention to mankind's historical evolution especially
    • consciousness. What kind of forces are they? They are death forces,
    • force into mankind's evolution, making consciousness arise from forces
    • stream into mankind? Indeed, it did! And death is also that moment when
    • The essential need in mankind's evolution was the Death and Resurrection.
    • brought about this social structure. First, the kind of thoughts that
    • it before — that it took place at a time when mankind was least
    • of Christ's own words in those spoken by the first Apostles. Thus mankind's
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • perhaps in the form of a dream or some other kind of vision. Much more
    • an influx of spiritual impulses throughout mankind's evolution and one
    • takes place of a kind possible only between someone with knowledge on
    • of an inferior kind who are forever attempting to obtain knowledge of
    • all kinds of spiritual facts by such means. They listen to what is being
    • passion is, as one might say, “beside himself.” This kind
    • person either then or later has visions of some kind and can hear things
    • all kinds of literature, particularly those of a more dubious kind.
    • novel reaches people through all kinds of direct or indirect channels;
    • him and instill into his soul all kinds of suggestions. Ahriman uses
    • kind. In order to describe the causes of events during earlier times
    • could penetrate and influence mankind. Something of this nature took
    • However, in attempting investigation of this kind, without any wish
    • content but rather as an indication of the kind of inner attitude which
    • are apt to reverse and the same kind of thinking which made human beings
    • formulae into epistemology is not the point; what matters is the kind
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • mankind's evolution it arrives at results which in many respects differ
    • of this kind in the last lecture. However, the difference is very great
    • An opinion of this kind
    • had more time!” It is through this kind of superior attitude that
    • I have derived the various stages of mankind's evolution, not from reality,
    • moral corruption in academic circles, you will see what kind of people
    • slatternly superficial treatise you will get an idea of the kind of
    • epochs. He was destined to rescue for mankind a view of Christianity
    • whole trend and law of mankind's evolution is expressed. It could happen
    • in his time but as he appears within mankind's evolution as a whole—from
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • kind of realization that man in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, the
    • him looking ahead, being aware of the kind of experiences, feelings
    • methods and a special kind of knowledge, the possibility to observe
    • for mankind of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch this experience of the
    • direct vision and experience. All Luther could do was to tell mankind:
    • possibility has vanished for mankind of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch;
    • source of strength for mankind in the coming epoch.
    • time. What Luther recognized as the outstanding characteristic of mankind
    • duality of his nature. This made him question the fate of future mankind,
    • wants mankind to hear. To understand Ricarda Huch is easy for someone
    • of the 19th century! — it would be an immense blessing for mankind.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • in mankind's evolution when the riddle of existence becomes ever more
    • to understand external events. However, this kind of thinking in no
    • fit to present to spiritual worlds; it illustrates the kind of mistaken
    • kind of concepts engendered by simply following the leading strings
    • new only in the sense that they are new to mankind.
    • in which clever people come together to make all kinds of decisions
    • events taking place at present and the kind of concepts and ideas which
    • it. A kind of cathechism of virtues could be devised: Thou shalt have
    • they are less noticeable, but in public life they result in the kind
    • to get mankind out of the present calamities and blind alleys. What
    • spiritual knowledge is present. They deal with the kind of thinking,
    • the present miseries. But what kind of thing happens instead? Perhaps
    • the great world issues must be related to those of everyday life. Mankind
    • kind of spiritual experiences. For example he was in Rome in the year
    • which conveyed to him: Seek righteousness in faith! It was this kind
    • it is the kind of thing that must be understood if we are to emerge
    • It depends upon mankind whether once again what ought to happen is prevented
    • a magazine an advertisement of some kind in which the word spirit was
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • Human Development, the Individual and the General Age of Mankind
    • Mankind's Life Periods
    • to focus our attention on a certain aspect of mankind's
    • possible in a certain sense to compare mankind's evolution as
    • to the conclusion that a certain section of mankind's
    • mankind's evolution as a whole follows a course similar to
    • life of the individual human being corresponds to mankind's
    • speak of mankind becoming older; curiously enough one must
    • say mankind becomes ever younger, that it goes back towards
    • as the Egyptian-Chaldean epoch. Now mankind's age as a whole
    • Graeco-Latin epoch. In this epoch mankind as a whole
    • mankind's evolution, his spirit-soul being's dependence on
    • Graeco-Latin culture by virtue of mankind's evolution in
    • coincided so exactly with mankind's evolution as a whole
    • kind of environment. Brentano rightly recognized that this
    • mind that during this epoch mankind in general passed through
    • with mankind unavoidably becoming younger and younger, then
    • reached the middle of life. As mankind in general attained no
    • kind of spiritual world. That is why it is of such immense
    • age of 33 which at that time was also the age of mankind. At
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • lecture we began to consider aspects of mankind's
    • kind in external nature. However, during lowered states of
    • awareness of the spirit of the cosmos; one kind he
    • Chaldean-Egyptian epoch. Mankind's general age dropped to
    • epoch mankind's age corresponded to that of individual man
    • of mankind, 35, he still had imaginative knowledge of the Christ
    • chronology began, mankind's age was about 33. Man's
    • what was lost from consciousness. Just as mankind's age
    • fifth post-Atlantean epoch. Mankind's age dropped to 28 and
    • live at the time when mankind's general age is about 27.
    • century. In that epoch mankind's general age corresponded to
    • Already mankind's age is one year less; because of this, the
    • He is concerned about the kind of issues often discussed in our
    • found what mankind so sorely needs. Like so many others who
    • this kind. However, Robert Scheu does feel very strongly that
    • producing thoughts, but these thoughts are of the kind I have
    • These kinds of expressions one meets with everywhere. But
    • via all kinds of inquiries. In any case, to make inquiries is
    • mankind's evolution. Just imagine how fruitful spiritual
    • kinds of ridiculous situations. This becomes very obvious
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • mankind's post-Atlantean evolution to work upon us awakens
    • Atlantean catastrophe, mankind's age was 56 and that by now
    • Man no longer knows what kind of spiritual entities, what
    • kind of spiritual beings live in the elements of the earth.
    • mankind's age dropped to between 48 and 42. During this
    • did not attain the kind of wisdom he had attained in the
    • changed; mankind had been truly driven from the spiritual
    • place mankind's age had dropped to 33; man's natural
    • essential was the Christ Spirit's entry into mankind's
    • mankind's age receded to 33, Christ had to come from other
    • mankind's evolution and the Mystery of Golgotha. Science of
    • a concrete grasp of the spiritual world and thereby rekindles
    • Gospels is not lost to mankind even if there never was a
    • succumb to the kind of abstractions I have described because
    • detected; all kinds of incompetence may be practiced. The
    • the engineer who built it. When misfortune overtakes mankind
    • incapable of intervening in events, then one blames all kinds
    • that man develop a sense for the kind of thoughts that do
    • kind of concepts and ideas capable of bringing order into
    • be devised, beautiful political speeches held about all kinds
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • of a fork-shaped rod, made of certain kinds of wood such as
    • an indication of a higher kind of human capability. On the
    • soul impulses of a kind not perceptible to the ordinary
    • significance that people of this kind, capable of treating a
    • Various kinds of spirits move in
    • my disciples. Socrates felt something of this kind. (p.
    • muddled religious thinking conjures up all kinds of
    • mixed with all kinds of antagonistic feelings.
    • the kind of thing one is up against.
    • runs in our veins and constitutes a kind of memory, then that
    • own descriptions of how he has attended all kinds of
    • to write a book which is simply an elaboration of all kinds
    • the professor wrote it in a kind of trance and that is the
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • mankind's future depends upon a new understanding taking hold
    • work in mankind's evolution at any given time take effect
    • problematic. He was not the kind of philosopher one usually
    • that their meaning began to fade from mankind's historical
    • consciously strive to solve. In fact, the whole of mankind,
    • external aspects. His parents we must visualize as good, kind
    • that he develops tendencies that are noble and kind, and he
    • impulse directly to the kinds of issues we are continually
    • mankind. Can that really be said to be a Christian view? I
    • taking place now and the unreal concepts and views mankind
    • into mankind's future. Franz Brentano is an extremely
    • interesting personality, but he did not achieve the kind of
    • Mystery of Golgotha, before mankind's age had receded to the
    • Since then mankind's age has dropped to 32, then 31, later 30
    • enter into such questions. What mankind is strongly in need
    • about what mankind most sorely needs. Whenever possible turn
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • turn to the kind of guidance to be found in the writings of
    • realize that it is by no means easy to find the kind of ideas
    • observations of a different kind, must become able to enter
    • about are the kinds of thoughts that either depict external
    • together. It is important that we ponder the kind of deeper
    • What kind of
    • other things. The clergyman, being a kind person, wanted to
    • discover in such opinions the kind of hidden connections in
    • This kind of
    • kind of connection one must look for in life. If one is to
    • discover links that are less obvious, one must seek the kind
    • Bernstein through some kind of inner force of attraction.
    • seek out the kind of connections I described earlier, in
    • as they are not the kind one is apt to stumble across.
    • believe the I is a kind of substantial something
    • possibility exists to kindle in him awareness of the
    • it easy to enter into the kinds of things I have explained
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • the secret of mankind's present age. I described how man,
    • Indian epoch, at the beginning of which mankind's age was 56.
    • know, during that epoch the age of mankind receded from 56 to
    • following, the ancient Persian epoch, mankind's age receded
    • mankind's age had receded to 33, Christ Jesus, aged 33,
    • united Himself with mankind. That moment the Mystery of
    • mankind continues to recede. As you know, since the fifteenth
    • epoch. When it began, the age of mankind was 28 and by now
    • shadowy in this one unless through inner impulses of the kind
    • unless we develop the kind of living concepts of which we
    • what makes us into the kind of 27-year-olds that correspond
    • to freedom. He must kindle in himself interest for those
    • does not develop impulses of the kind that enable, not only
    • refuses to participate in mankind's further evolution. As he
    • does not kindle spiritual impulses in himself, he cannot
    • mankind's further progress. All that he does bring is
    • demonstrated in practice what it means that mankind is in
    • could gain from life in the present. Life had also kindled in
    • at him the kind of abuse they at present are reserving for
    • and mankind aged 27. However, the time came for his 1909
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • mankind as a whole. This kind of truth is also an active
    • possible to imagine, unless people turn to the kind of
    • is a short description of some kind, a book perhaps, that in
    • usually referred to as “Eduard von Hartmann's kind of
    • of the same kind are excluded are physical bodies. Thus the
    • to kindle in you a feeling for the fact that whatever we look
    • kind of dreamy, mystical attitude, just as there is now in
    • called a specific kind of superstition which does not exist
    • East it will seem an absurdity that a theory of this kind,
    • connection with laws governing the evolution of mankind and
    • contributed to the furtherance of mankind's evolution. He
    • are not of a kind that can be brushed aside with trivial
    • bug has that kind of connection too, though in its own
    • this which pours over mankind like some dreadful deluge. Many
    • Education of Mankind,
    • him while contemplating the consecutive epochs in mankind's



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