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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • during the course of mankind's evolution the sentient soul in the Latin
    • science. The view is that now at last science has arrived after mankind
    • from all the many other ills that beset mankind, nothing less than a
    • 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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    • aware of the danger threatening mankind if what today calls itself science
    • 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
    • and other great historical documents dealing with mankind's evolution.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
    • 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
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • 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
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • importance to pay attention to mankind's historical evolution especially
    • 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.
    • 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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    • an influx of spiritual impulses throughout mankind's evolution and one
    • could penetrate and influence mankind. Something of this nature took
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • mankind's evolution it arrives at results which in many respects differ
    • I have derived the various stages of mankind's evolution, not from reality,
    • 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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    • 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
    • new only in the sense that they are new to mankind.
    • to get mankind out of the present calamities and blind alleys. What
    • the great world issues must be related to those of everyday life. Mankind
    • It depends upon mankind whether once again what ought to happen is prevented
  • 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
    • 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
    • age of 33 which at that time was also the age of mankind. At
    • evolved so that His age and that of mankind coincided at the
    • personality of Jesus, just when His age and that of mankind
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • lecture we began to consider aspects of mankind's
    • 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
    • found what mankind so sorely needs. Like so many others who
    • mankind's evolution. Just imagine how fruitful spiritual
    • mankind's history, saying that ideas can emerge and again
  • 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
    • mankind's age dropped to between 48 and 42. During this
    • 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
    • Gospels is not lost to mankind even if there never was a
    • the engineer who built it. When misfortune overtakes mankind
    • mankind at the present time causes one to turn repeatedly to
    • that mankind is going through a crisis. It is all-important
    • investigates the deeper aspects of mankind's evolution,
  • 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
    • that their meaning began to fade from mankind's historical
    • consciously strive to solve. In fact, the whole of mankind,
    • 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
    • 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 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
    • refuses to participate in mankind's further evolution. As he
    • mankind's further progress. All that he does bring is
    • demonstrated in practice what it means that mankind is in
    • and mankind aged 27. However, the time came for his 1909
    • lives in mankind and has the strength to experience it, the
    • basic aspect of mankind's evolution. We must bear in mind
    • issues from quite a different aspect of mankind's evolution.
    • eminently represents mankind, and the dark powers behind the
    • effective within mankind also aged 27, there was complete
    • of mankind's evolution as a whole. This also leads to a
    • on behind the surface of world history. As long as mankind's
    • mankind's evolution today is to acquaint ourselves, through
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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
    • connection with laws governing the evolution of mankind and
    • contributed to the furtherance of mankind's evolution. He
    • 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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