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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • earthly comes into being and passes away. That is not true of any thought.
    • his work. When such human beings die and their souls pass into the spiritual
    • and passes into the spiritual world. In such cases something very remarkable
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • beings think, but they are not conscious of everything which passes
    • conscious pass over into memory; but we assimilate a great deal which
    • have passed through your soul, some you have thought about, others not.
    • body. After death they separate themselves from us and pass over into
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • concept it is transposed into an earthly reality. Certain passages in
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • a high order, passed on to him from his father. One could say that on
    • not only with expertise but with compassion and self-sacrifice. There
    • the great strength which reaches beyond death, the strength that encompasses
    • complete understanding and was able to pass it on to others. Whenever
    • of the times; they let what can explain the signs of the times pass
    • the reader come upon any passage which deviates from the fundamental
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • through someone who, being especially passionate, in the grip of his
    • passion is, as one might say, “beside himself.” This kind
    • of situation often arises through passion, through being drunk —
    • to pass it on to the proper quarters a few minutes later. Such things
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • believes he merely used symbolic pictures for man's evil upsurging passions.
    • must widen our horizon to encompass both positive and negative.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • of the Christ Being passes into man as he receives the bread and the
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • ancient epoch man naturally passed through the ages of 6, 12,
    • to the phase the individual passes through between 48 and 42.
    • mind that during this epoch mankind in general passed through
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • life. Today man no longer notices when his body passes beyond
    • began the period in the life of the individual when he passed
    • he passed beyond the middle of life, he could still detect
    • environment. Thus in that ancient epoch, when man had passed
    • weave into one another and that during his life man passes
    • pass these things by. Yet it is of utmost urgency that one
    • important fellow, but let that pass. On page 61 of his book
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • certainly a passage of which I can make no proper sense. How
    • feelings and compassion for the useless spilling of
    • were in its favor, passing over others in silence
    • through compassion and also in view of the complaisance
    • passage I will read. The periodical is the mouthpiece for a
    • passage:
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • interesting to look at some of the passages in Professor
    • encompasses infinitely more than either modern philosophy or
    • especially important in this preparation. The passage
    • This passage
    • passage without checking will accept it without question. It
    • (symbol of the lower desires and passions which have been
    • roses (symbol of desires and passions which have been
    • reads this passage in Max Dessoir must ask if this
    • symbolized as purified desires and passions if the black
    • cross symbolizes that desires and passions have been
    • destroyed? If all desires and passions are destroyed then
    • is nonsensical. But you see, the passage is supposed to be a
    • man's impulses and passions. (p. 231)
    • Dessoir audaciously alters this passage to “... symbol
    • of lower desires and passions which have been
    • have been cast out of man's impulses and passions.”
    • Let us look at another passage where he speaks about how
    • as one might expect, the passages in
    • natural that he is especially offended by a passage which he
    • where this passage comes from; there
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • all-encompassing view of the world based on psychology. I
    • the soul, whereas passing judgment is an activity of soul
    • saying, centaurs do not exist, I also pass judgment by
    • half-man. Thus according to Brentano, passing judgment is the
    • Our actions are usually based on instincts, passions
    • evil, he will not pass on effective instincts to his
    • If we now pass
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • region we pass through between death and new birth. It is a
    • interpreted materialistically. Many important passages in
    • writing such passages was his way of describing events which,
    • when we discover what thinking and willing encompass,”
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • A passage which Pascal before him discussed at great length, Lessing
    • impassiveness, became enraged when opposed by Lloyd George.
    • impassiveness.
    • bills he introduced and passed for reorganizing the Port of
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • another time the same thoughts pass through his soul, they
    • Eastern Europe. Thus Eastern Europe must be passing through
    • man wakes up and recognizes these things instead of passing
    • encompasses a whole complex of cultural attitudes. In the
    • You will find that Nietzsche wrote an interesting passage on
    • authors of the entente wanting to copy such a passage. But
    • grasped by a thinking that passively assimilates what the
    • with the cosmos surpasses that of the Bhagavad Gita. But we,
    • encompass such matters we shall in our living relationship

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