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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • seem sheer nonsense to him to regard man the way the West does: as a
    • and its function. Thinking itself is disregarded. As a result thinking
    • or political life, to be a thinker. A thinker is regarded as unpractical,
    • those who are usually regarded as practical have only the kind of abstract
    • which today are regarded as adequate for political office and statesmanship
    • regard for agrarians, St. Matthew's Gospel more for industrials. However,
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • that modern science disregards the basic principle of scientific investigation
    • such as the one Verworn makes in regard to development was taken seriously
    • in regard to a part of culture. But statements like those brought forward
    • received? Because Virchow is famous and regarded as a very important
    • disregards the soul and declares that only the human body exists within
    • so admirable in regard to external issues must be extended to the inner
    • is exactly the illusion prevailing in regard to the atom. The opposite
    • regard as infallible. As I once said: the infallibility of the Pope
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • the processes of the Great World, the macrocosm. However, in regard
    • case in regard to the Angeloi. Yet no consciousness of the Angeloi enters
    • But in regard to certain higher knowledge man's earthly consciousness
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • regarded as belonging to the intelligentsia, who is recorded as saying:
    • rather that in regard to what a man accomplishes in life no one can
    • in our work it was not in her nature to neglect or disregard in any
    • today are really models even in regard to more external aspects of our
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • the attitude of a great many people today in regard to spiritual matters
    • must remain silent in regard to what is most essential. They must because
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • if one wants to reach certain higher knowledge one must learn to regard
    • experience of the spiritual world is disregarded and his talk of the
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • attain it if he regards this connection as something separate and apart
    • epoch would have regarded salvation through faith alone as nonsensical.
    • those, now regarded as great figures of the 19th century, would no longer
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • in regard to morality he has in many respects remained at a primitive
    • In regard to his moral evolution we are dealing with comparatively much
    • 'I' is the baby among the members of his being. Even in regard to the
    • even in regard to their intellectual ability, if it were not transported
    • every night into sleep. We attain our best forces, also in regard to
    • far up the other side. In regard to physical phenomena these things
    • any further. Those to whom people today look up and regard as highest
    • science if those concerned did not regard it as so much fantasy which
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • more years old. As regards inner development they are no more
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • in his thirties; the 35th year must be regarded as the middle
    • to recognize Christ must be regarded as a misfortune, a
    • the spirit must be regarded as soul blindness. To be an
    • ideas of 1789 and 1914. He regards himself as an extremely
    • of the present war. Since he regards himself as a truly great
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • similar is experienced only in regard to the human being. We
    • would regard it as grotesque were it suggested that the ear
    • be dependent on whether there was a Jesus or not. Regarding
    • strive to make his thoughts correspond to reality will regard
    • below as well as above — is regarded as true reality.
    • fortune ascended to the throne of his forebears, regards
    • regarding immortality of the soul. However, without spiritual
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • especially in regard to water. To find water becomes
    • must generally be regarded as clever (at least up to a point,
    • stem from higher worlds. I cannot regard it as belonging to
    • superficial but stupid, though he regards himself especially
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • fluctuating moods and feelings. Just as he regards judgment
    • things. Brentano does not regard the element of will to be a
    • realm of moods and feelings. The fact that he regards the
    • acknowledge we regard as truth; those we reject we regard as
    • reject something, to regard it as true or false? All he
    • to regard one thing as good and another as bad? Or the
    • definite, absolute source of morality. In regard to truth he
    • beings can love rightly. Just as man in regard to truth
    • should judge rightly, so in regard to the good he should love
    • regard man's being as it is regarded today, and on the other
    • I must draw your attention to something in regard to which
    • affecting his physical and ether bodies regardless whether a
    • person regards an object as beautiful or ugly will depend
    • in consequence, it is regarded as not beautiful. For beauty
    • soon show uncertainty in regard to their instinctive life.
    • regard to spiritual issues, in regard to man's own evolution,
    • and disregard all others. One can naturally prove that good
    • an external crisis, but also an inner crisis in regard to the
    • especially in regard to feeling for and understanding of
    • You must regard
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    • imperceptible every night cannot be regarded as having a
    • philosophers regard the I as a mere thought and see no reason
    • why a thought should be regarded as having real existence.
    • regarded as a useless pursuit because people are not striving
    • He will surely not be pleased to know that I regard the
    • materialists regard as mere chance. Eduard Bernstein relates
    • may be regarded as a mere chance meeting, and it is only
    • interpretation. These things must not be regarded in such a
    • encounters pitfalls in regard to the I that lives in us as
    • thought picture, so are there pitfalls in regard to the
    • today. Such matters are ridiculed and regarded as the product
    • of fantasy, to which we could reply, Very well, regard it as
    • it clear that I have the highest regard for Franz Brentano,
    • regard to Brentano. I would indeed have found it
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • the life in the plant of next year. We must regard as seed
    • In regard to
    • investigation is not really different. It is in regard to the
    • regard to this matter things did go very wrong. The deficit
    • evolution. We understand our time even in regard to the
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • This holds good not only in regard to historical facts, facts
    • regard as contradictions in spiritual science; namely, the
    • detaching it from the human being. To do so is regarded so
    • I also respect Vischer. But how do the two regard each other?
    • That does not in the least alter my regard and respect for
    • importance for man not only to regard his relation to truth

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