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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • afraid. As a consequence modern science is particularly against thinkers
    • of life was built on thoughts. The modern researcher takes the attitude
    • to modern opinion, someone who understands fly-fishing must also understand
    • are in fact inadequate. This is because modern man has no interest in
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • every aspect of modern science even if theoretically some scientific
    • that modern science disregards the basic principle of scientific investigation
    • by Verworn one meets everywhere in modern science. Take the following
    • insecurity felt by modern man reflect modern thinking. This thinking
    • life. In this respect modern man is far from courageous. He draws back
    • electrons. The modern view is that everything consists of atoms. Many
    • very different from that of modern spiritual science. But you will also
    • not arrived at in the same way as the findings of modern spiritual science,
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • of Christ is inspired by Ahriman. Those who are able to review modern
    • Modern man shrinks from the many-sided battle to attain spiritual insight;
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • the way modern humanity, in contrast to former times, relies more on
    • at the state of the world, concludes that modern man places a one-sided
    • at work in modern man? He goes on to enumerate some impulses and emotions
    • was the handmaid of Theology; looking at modern culture he concludes
    • he denies validity to the very impulse, i.e., reason that governs modern
    • in modern man. He points to Christ in only one place — two other
    • He knows of the many things that induce modern man to say things like:
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • I may add, modern philosophers take great exception.
    • I said by modern philosophers as unscientific — is immensely significant.
    • Nothing else provides a true understanding of Christianity. Modern so-called
    • again and again. What must also be emphasized is that it is modern man's
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • for a modern professor of theology, is a rather uncomfortable task.
    • does Lucifer wait within. The modern theologian of whom we are speaking
    • modern views. At the Berlin university he had a large following; the
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • modern people think they know better than their predecessors, they also
    • way modern philosophers, in their writings or when lecturing, castigate
    • to the Scholastics, the modern philosophers are incredibly ignorant
    • A modern philosopher would
    • “Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age.”
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • 16th centuries than modern historians are inclined to admit. Great transformation
    • behind the physical world. I can well imagine that a modern student
    • seemed meaningless in the fourth. This fact will seem strange to modern
    • picture let us for a moment compare a modern man of average education
    • if they could be demonstrated today, would greatly amaze modern scientists.
    • Catholic theologians the usual answer to modern man's objection is:
    • the most important spheres of modern civilization, the actual devil
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • on in the world. However, due to modern man's lethargy and love of ease,
    • importance but somewhat difficult for modern man to understand: Every
    • illusions all of which demonstrate that, while modern man is beset by
    • is highly uncomfortable for modern man. For example, when someone embarks
    • they do not want it. The reason they do not is because modern man shuns
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • is quite wrong and has arisen because modern man, with his
    • modern man's spirit-soul being is comparatively independent
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • when a third of Hellenism had run its course and modern
    • too rarefied.” That is certainly true of modern man. We
    • had what modern science can say about the subject; from us he
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • it has dropped to 27. This means that modern man develops
    • what modern man can hardly imagine a social structure
    • figures are not as modern science would have it —
    • Christ Jesus in the modern world.
    • modern man can reach is that of the Father God. The name of
    • Drews is, from the modern point of view, the more honest. He
    • ethics. It is this which has caused modern man's alienation
    • is one to come to terms with the way modern man thinks? That
    • which is incompatible with the modern spirit, but also
    • spiritual knowledge modern education leads logically to such
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • interesting for us is the fact that a modern natural
    • modern physics and the rejection of Goethe's theory of color.
    • things can guide modern man's thinking in the right
    • encompasses infinitely more than either modern philosophy or
    • see how those concerned with modern philosophy would discuss
    • that modern philosophy is still opposed to anthroposophy;
    • of a modern professor. For example, I describe imaginative
    • though the concept does not coincide with that of modern
    • example of how the modern world presents anthroposophy. This
    • have an example of modern scholarship. That is the way
    • primitive man's thoughts and views would explain why modern
    • modern cabbalism he brings up Louvier's
    • opposes violently the modern or pseudo-theosophists, by whom
    • committed to establishing a spiritual movement in the modern
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • him as representing modern man, struggling with the riddle of
    • meets nowadays; unlike modern philosophers he was first and
    • speak, to allow him to succumb to the mischief of modern
    • modern science one arrives at the point that leads from the
    • All the modern
    • However, Brentano had also to suffer the destiny of modern
    • will you find within the whole range of modern philosophical
    • one has studied the works of modern philosophers. Naturally
    • direction modern man's spiritual striving should take. Yet,
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • to enrich the I. All modern people are concerned
    • They cannot discover the will in modern man, and this has a
    • as such. According to the modern view the will is what brings
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • modern history must seem very strange. We saw in the previous
    • modern man, concerned only with what nature and society can
    • development modern man becomes 27 years old, and that is what
    • modern man are due to the comparatively early cessation of
    • Therefore, the typical modern person who keeps aloof from
    • life. It would have to be in the midst of modern life. So in
    • representative of our time. There are things in modern
    • person is subjected to modern educational methods; the more
    • age of 27, unimpaired by modern training of the young. In
    • stands in the modern world with all that nature provides,
    • fully developed, unimpaired by modern training, and who
    • future. If such a person could be found in the modern world,
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • reasons for this dissatisfaction of modern man. We know that
    • whom he will come to resemble. It is so important that modern
    • modern malady, they are not met with much understanding. You



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