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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • and also what has in a certain sense died out. This interesting thinker
    • sense; it is semblance, illusion. Thus, along a path, different to that
    • as a world that is real in the true sense. He will experience his own
    • seem sheer nonsense to him to regard man the way the West does: as a
    • in the spirit. This instinctive sense of living in spiritual reality
    • about which acts in a certain sense as a corrective of a wrong, and
    • external sense-perceptible phenomena. We come in contact with the spiritual
    • A scientist feels eerie when he must leave the sense world, i.e., the
    • sense that this is where the spiritual world enters, and, as they insist
    • would be, not only utterly inhuman, but also completely senseless.”
    • in a dogmatic or absolute sense, which so easily leads to misunderstanding
    • be taken in a dogmatic, absolute sense, but that is not what is meant.
    • — though not in the Nietzschean sense — he comes into the
    • and truest sense, life must be observed with the insight of spiritual
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • were examined first one would realize the nonsense they often present.
    • to sense organs, so where do we have the eyes and ears of the State?
    • organism of the universe. It is nonsense of this kind that makes it
    • sense; where they are the space is hollow, nothing is there. And yet
    • nonsense as, for example, the theory of relativity which has made Einstein
    • You can sense that this primordial revelation stems from a knowledge
    • sense the marvelous concordance, the marvelous agreement that exists
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • soul. In the sense of ancient atavistic clairvoyance this is an absolutely
    • and sense organs instead of to the chest and breathing. This is looking
    • dwelt in the memory man had of his sense impressions. They dwelt in
    • pictures of what had surrounded man in the world of the senses on earth.
    • what took place on earth. In a sense one could say that the Angeloi
    • although we are not conscious of it, the Angeloi dwell in our sense
    • around at everything that surrounds us affecting our senses we are not
    • in the rays of light and color and in other sense perceptions. The reason
    • to explain quite concretely in what sense it surrounds us as in this
    • his own Angel dwelt in his intellect; this made his senses in particular
    • senses and the intellect. To compensate as it were for that which was
    • records in the usual sense. We would become spiritually ill in the course
    • to agree but in what sense there is harmony between them.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • them in the sense that they express a feeling which is present in human
    • a human being in the fullest sense as everyone connected with her will
    • into wrong channels. She had a keen sense of discernment when it came
    • work in the noblest sense, permeating all she did with the fruits of
    • spiritual world that lies at the foundation of the sense world, that
    • a point where he senses that the soul of man has a connection with the
    • and the meaning of genius in the Goethean sense. The connection is there
    • impulse. To understand it a sense of history is needed, for it has only
    • error. In the religious sense they are gifts of God to man. When they
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • true sense, all others were souls submerged in mire. — Rather
    • in Christ we die. These words express in a sense the very meaning of
    • in a certain sense the Mystery of Golgotha. For it was life, that is,
    • a sense for reality it is very recognizable that what people like to
    • a sense for what the spiritual world at this moment wants from him.
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    • of the Hierarchies who live behind the sense world that Ahriman darkens
    • on. What is disclosed to us through our senses is not full reality,
    • that the world, seen through our senses, is in a certain sense what
    • through our senses, is for us incomplete. This incompleteness is not
    • awake in the true sense. The terrible events taking place in our time
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • used his pictorial expressions in that sense. Luther was obliged to
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • an immediate recognition that the world seen through the senses is not
    • way for Christianity. Nevertheless he was in the fullest sense a true
    • a powerful link with the spiritual world which caused Luther to sense
    • have nothing but their physical senses to rely on, whereas in earlier
    • best sense of the word. The natural scientist of today would have been
    • be conscious of freedom in the real sense, of real freedom of will which
    • To speak of limits of knowledge in the sense of Kant
    • He understood it in the Christian, or better said Biblical sense, as
    • Those with a sense for the subtle conceptual differences in world views
    • events are depicted in history we should sense how necessary it is to
    • rethink them. We ought to sense that the present difficult time which
    • superficial thinking. We should sense that the painful experiences we
    • In the true sense a historic
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • said to be moral in the true sense. But, as I have often said: man's
    • and etheric bodies we would in a certain sense be thinking machines;
    • his ‘I,’ but in what sense does he know it? If you have,
    • its name, The Bell seldom rings out much sense; according to its opinion
    • ideas that could, in the sense of spiritual science, throw some light
    • new only in the sense that they are new to mankind.
    • the socialistic or some other sense, know nothing about reality. If
    • of experience that made Luther the man he was. He inwardly sensed the
    • is willing to make such efforts he is not man in the true sense. That
    • being in the fullest sense is naturally difficult to understand. However,
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • of festivals in the usual sense. In these difficult times it
    • possible in a certain sense to compare mankind's evolution as
    • Mystery of Golgotha. And we can perhaps sense that as
    • 27-year-old, in the sense I have described. Truly what I am
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • of this; he sensed to a certain extent, that before he
    • recede. He sensed that growth had stopped, that the formation
    • place in the body, then the soul can sense in the growing and
    • healthy life can sense the dependence on the Father God up to
    • fifth epoch progresses, there should develop a healthy sense
    • forces of growth. A sense and feeling for this was still
    • only be an atheist when one does not, in a healthy way, sense
    • in the widest sense. It is necessary to make these
    • that today's intellectuals are clever in the sense that they
    • based on a true sense for what is lacking in our time. Indeed
    • from this world of the senses into a reverie — then a
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • development in the natural sense like children right into
    • light. Today we sense the warmth in our environment; we are
    • aware of the air as we breathe it in and out; we sense a
    • but we experience this only physically, through our senses.
    • elements. At night the normal senses enabled man to perceive
    • bodily nature only in his forties. The ability to sense his
    • evolution, man's sense perception became stronger while the
    • and death. He was also aware in a philosophical sense, that
    • certainly a passage of which I can make no proper sense. How
    • sense the soul's necessity of union with the spiritual world.
    • crisis in which people no longer have any true sense as to
    • that man develop a sense for the kind of thoughts that do
    • to study things as they truly are. The sense is lacking for
    • boring. This is because they lack the sense for appreciating
    • inherent in ideas. To acquire this sense, this feeling that
    • reality. One should be able to sense that it is a document
    • someone with power behind the scenes, with a sense for the
    • greatest importance that a sense is developed for what
    • have lost the sense for truth and for the right way of
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • asymmetric, a twofold being in the sense that not only does
    • senses, at least not in the normal way. That is why Professor
    • that common sense should prevail. This is stressed especially
    • in politics. But the fact is that healthy human common sense
    • writes here is certainly nonsense. If you turn to my
    • statement into nonsense, and then proceeds to criticize his
    • own nonsense. Nor is it said by me that processes of
    • using the word in the sense of a good spiritual power
    • demonstrating what nonsense they have produced by means of
    • collaboration between the senses in the normal human being
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • these discussions to be as concrete as possible, in the sense
    • sense. Those who knew him, even if only through his work, saw
    • of law and rights cannot be understood in an absolute sense
    • question Where is that established which the senses reflect
    • the senses reflect in the physical body only becomes full
    • death. If we did not we would lose the sense for the truth,
    • the sense that the instincts towards good and evil that are
    • if you have a feeling and sense for these things, you will
    • as spiritual sense. You will realize that these are matters
    • religion, German piety, which has as much sense as speaking
    • collaborate, particularly in the spiritual sense, to bring
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • that a person, who during his life begins to sense his
    • philosophical sense, have a clear enough picture of his
    • if it could sense the seed within would say, This seed is in
    • strength for the I, in the sense that has been
    • materialistic sense, a certain difficulty arises when the
    • materialistic sense. One has to realize that his style when
    • certain justification in the sense I have indicated in public
    • materialistic sense. Someone could say I am implying that one
    • detected only in dreams. No physical sense could perceive it,
    • of worm, effective in the sense that it looked into the parts
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • seeking truth, we are in a certain sense satisfied.
    • through sense observations; they must be sought in wider,
    • through physical senses. This realm is at the same time the
    • spiritual background from which everything sense perceptible
    • to the laws by which they are governed; the sense perception
    • sense that from his 27th year onwards his position in society
    • senseless to the ground. Another time he had to borrow a
    • remained aged 27 in the real sense. As he introduced new
    • his life in the sense I have explained. Consequently when
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • in the spiritual sense, is a living reality. It is especially
    • spiritual-scientific sense, have been wrong. He could have
    • related to world evolution in the widest sense, but to truth
    • sense. Many human souls today are in fact in a condition of
    • never be the foundation, in a higher sense, for an existence
    • time, Eduard von Hartmann is in a certain sense on the path
    • It is something quite new, new in the same sense as a child
    • comes to the fore in the West is in a sense too mature,
    • sense, but actually to materialize. The Western world has
    • efficient in extinguishing the sense for the artistic. The
    • the highest secrets if we only had the sense, Goethe made a
    • for this approach we do not even have to acquire; in a sense,
    • ceases to be confused with all the foolish nonsense that
    • would have created the various epochs. History gains sense
    • thinking and history, history in its highest sense, that is
    • aged person. Here we grasp the historical sense by
    • understood only when also seen in a historical sense as

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