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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • He met no understanding. He was even driven to the expediency of offering
    • describing the letters page by page. An understanding of “Faust”
    • deeper understanding to current events, can one become conscious of
    • incapable of understanding the realities of life. Yet the truth is that
    • to modern opinion, someone who understands fly-fishing must also understand
    • in a dogmatic or absolute sense, which so easily leads to misunderstanding
    • for cultural development. One cannot however just stand still and avoid
    • understanding by rubbing off their one-sidedness on each other, and
    • paying no need to it when trying to understand life. To know that man
    • understanding human life.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • to be influenced by his way of thinking. This is understandable, indeed
    • of the organic world.” This means that if we want to understand
    • man we must turn to the animal kingdom; to understand the animal we
    • entities.” But what does he understand by development? According
    • so extraordinarily difficult to reach any understanding, particularly
    • imagine that someone like Verworn could begin to understand even the
    • understanding of this greatness. Many things which are now part of mankind's
    • we can gradually come to an insight is by adopting various standpoints.
    • very difficult it is to come to any understanding, especially in the
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • bodily foundation for knowledge. — In order to deepen our understanding
    • our attention to this relationship we can begin to understand the difference
    • a greater part of mankind, through spiritual science, must come to understand
    • with an understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha. People often ask:
    • of God but they can never lead to an understanding of Christ. Christ
    • To understand Christ through
    • from leading to an understanding of the Christ impulse actually opposes
    • to the Christ event. It is essential to understand that there has to
    • felt that God's goodness must be vindicated then we already stand on
    • we must rise above the conflict in our understanding.” This can
    • someone may strive to understand the world through natural science;
    • to understand the world through spiritual science and as a consequence
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • Indeed there is no need for me to explain here what this name stands
    • to learn this as you will understand after the many things I have said,
    • understanding the events of our time. There was no question of his objective
    • us of the working of karma in human life. Only an understanding of human
    • Herman Joachim's soul stands
    • insight can shine like a sun into the pain and illumine our understanding
    • spiritual science. She took it up with deep understanding and warmth
    • other mystical striving. Olga von Sivers is an outstanding example of
    • complete understanding and was able to pass it on to others. Whenever
    • death of someone near can clarify and illumine life if we seek to understand
    • the beginning of this dreadful war — in her attempt to understand
    • when he shows the first signs of warm understanding for the spiritual
    • reason when seeking spiritual insight, when trying to understand the
    • impulse. To understand it a sense of history is needed, for it has only
    • God who speaks through nature, but not to a living understanding of
    • It is a supreme example of how indolence can make a man come to a standstill
    • it is essential, as already explained, to stand by the results obtained
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • the very forces to which man now owes his consciousness! You will understand
    • when we seek not only to understand but to experience the reality of
    • the Christ Impulse. However what meets us at death we can understand
    • only when our organ for understanding is set free. That means that while
    • body and ‘I’— the organization for understanding —
    • order that we could understand that Resurrection when, a few days after
    • always risen from life. Never before had there been a necessity to understand
    • no true Christianity. It is absolutely essential to understand that
    • Nothing else provides a true understanding of Christianity. Modern so-called
    • one of those issues in relation to which appeal must be made to understand
    • able to understand. In ancient times it would have been understood,
    • understand this event a different approach is necessary.
    • what is needed is a concrete understanding of what the actual appearance
    • is going through a crisis as far as understanding the Mystery of Golgotha
    • to become conscious. A true and satisfying understanding of the Mystery
    • is on the one hand a need to understand the spiritual world and on the
    • found today without an understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha. That
    • as remote as possible from any real comprehension. In order to understand
    • present no great understanding for these matters. There is also the
    • in the age that a way out can be found only through a real understanding
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • understanding and human conduct are strongly influenced by materialism.
    • standards came under discussion. Immoral practices had begun to have
    • this you will understand better when I now say something which may seem
    • be rightly understood and taken into account. One simply does not understand
    • derived from spiritual insight. To understand what is real, as opposed
    • need in our time is to gain an ever clearer understanding of the Christ
    • is required; namely, an understanding of a certain fundamental attitude
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • no longer understand their attitude to life. This fact comes to expression
    • and they completely misunderstand the Scholastics. What is not realized
    • Yet in no other way is it possible to understand what is coming into
    • understand what is coming into being. In our ordinary consciousness,
    • understand Luther it is essential to keep in mind what I have just said.
    • The fact is that no one can understand Luther who does not realize that
    • not understand. She thinks that though Luther spoke of the devil one
    • one's imagination Luther, standing there in the 17th Century, must be
    • We begin to understand Luther's
    • only speaks of contradictions because he understands neither side of
    • a contradiction, he does not understand that one can honour someone
    • only does Western thinking understand nothing about the Russian people;
    • — who try to judge Russians with Western thinking do not understand
    • unable to understand each other. It is obvious from the way Soloviev
    • speaks that he is remote from any understanding of Luther, and if we
    • remain with Luther it is quite impossible to understand Soloviev. We
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • not understand the Copernican system of astronomy; i.e., a system based
    • very soul constitution of man enables him to have ready understanding
    • Luther had no such understanding;
    • exactly the way I describe them. However as things stood it is understandable
    • an alchemist then. But to understand the spiritual aspect of alchemy
    • If you do not understand that you have no understanding whatever of
    • at least as being merely physical. — It is not so easy to understand
    • time. What Luther recognized as the outstanding characteristic of mankind
    • wants mankind to hear. To understand Ricarda Huch is easy for someone
    • Let us attempt to understand
    • enables us to understand better their predecessor Luther. To understand
    • a personality such as Luther it is necessary to understand what stirred
    • a fundamental change in order to understand it properly. I have often
    • is no deeper understanding of the real issues. Yet all these things
    • understanding of the issues, cease to remain on the surface. One could
    • approach Luther with understanding.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • of present-day life no other possibility exists than to attempt to understand
    • the laws of nature to enable us, through understanding them, to form
    • on the other hand we seek to understand the foundation of man's moral
    • importance but somewhat difficult for modern man to understand: Every
    • to understand external events. However, this kind of thinking in no
    • is possible to understand this or that external phenomenon with the
    • of virtues and no understanding of any of them. It would in fact be
    • necessary? Yet this knowledge is needed in order to understand even
    • authorities are far removed from any understanding of what is so desperately
    • spread far and wide. If only a sufficient number of people could understand
    • being in the fullest sense is naturally difficult to understand. However,
    • to its realization. Two outstanding events were in preparation at that
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • science which in some measure can help us understand the
    • him to understand many phenomena. The abstract ideals of
    • standpoints. Ideas and ideals must spring from real
    • has been recognized as such stands higher than words spoken
    • necessarily and truly is stands higher than that derived from
    • things I wanted to say to help us understand our present
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • to those who attempt to understand them merely by means of
    • longer sufficient to understand present-day life which has
    • attempts are made to understand the world and attain a
    • understanding of the spirit receded. However, in this third
    • understand the evolution of the human race, a completely new
    • understand what is actually taking place in the world can
    • should try to understand.
    • with reality, must be drawn. He comes to a standstill and
    • in applying such advice. It is understandable that a
    • develop this will, one will never understand what is actually
    • is that, in the area where one stands, one can make science
    • carries the “Zwei” (two), that one stands before
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • quest to understand the problems of our time. It is
    • details from it, because only our understanding of that
    • understanding for our own time.
    • understand what I want to describe I must ask you to bear in
    • understand by genius.
    • easy to understand. People who had reached the age when the
    • understanding. When a culture develops, it must of necessity
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse can be seen at every
    • have seen, enable us to understand the significance even of
    • abstract metaphysics, which is the only standpoint acceptable
    • understanding of Christ.
    • one can refer to words and doings of other outstanding
    • is something difficult to understand when one's own thoughts
    • — that one finds any understanding for the fact that
    • concepts enabling us to understand people living on Russian
    • soil. Remarkably little is done to reach such understanding.
    • it comes to understanding our own time.
    • were emerging in Europe. An attempt to understand them can be
    • understanding of Nietzsche. What he had compiled and
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • misunderstanding, that what we are here concerned with has
    • a longer period will understand why I am obliged today to
    • the slightest understanding of what anthroposophy is or the
    • he simply has no understanding of the subjects he writes
    • gross misunderstanding. Anyone who reads about post-Atlantean
    • that such a man should understand anything; even when he
    • tries, he manages to misunderstand. For example, you will not
    • has no understanding of the subject whatever. The following
    • incapable of observing even rudimentary standards of
    • too far as he does not understand it at all. In dealing with
    • understandable picture: from the centre of the circle
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • gather material that will help us understand the difficult
    • times we live in. Such understanding can only come about
    • mankind's future depends upon a new understanding taking hold
    • inner struggles, though perhaps for someone who understands
    • great efforts to understand these members of man's soul
    • It is fully understandable to someone who knew him well why
    • one to understand it, as in doing so one remains within the
    • Brentano says: When I judge or make assessments I stand
    • as evil. Thus ethics, morality, and what we understand by
    • outstanding, what is characteristic of Brentano, is the
    • struggles that make Franz Brentano such an outstanding
    • striving man, lack of understanding; his struggles were
    • to realize that it was lack of understanding which prevented
    • is clairvoyant. And to understand goodness one must be aware
    • we begin to understand moral principles, and become able to
    • understanding of moral issues on this basis is comparable to
    • through human beings' understanding of one another. Nothing
    • means to understand people all over the earth. It means
    • understanding even human beings who are in realms other than
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • connections in life. I beg you not to misunderstand this
    • issues normally looked at from one standpoint only, one
    • difficult to understand the soul characteristics of the
    • Russians. And such understanding is more essential now than
    • really understands what I have indicated concerning life's
    • it stand up to scrutiny? It does not. Let us say you have
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • not only our stand towards truth in our time, but also
    • facts and can explain much that will help us understand our
    • spiritual world. You will understand that the spiritual
    • difficult to understand that in spiritual research the law
    • stands in the modern world with all that nature provides,
    • standstill in their development at the age of 27, in a crude
    • are among his most outstanding. He constantly harangued
    • most outstanding Minister of Trade Britain had ever had.
    • understand fully this whole issue, we must add to it another
    • itself provide can have no understanding of something which
    • evolution. We understand our time even in regard to the
    • important if one is to understand what is taking place.
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • an understanding of the higher members of the human being and their
    • secret spiritual reality; it is a question of understanding
    • expressing himself philosophically, states that he stands for
    • them by in a state of sleep. To understand the polarity of
    • understand it, the chaos that exists at present will not be
    • reached the embryonic stage. Yet we must try to understand.
    • there, but no attempts are made to understand the inner laws
    • modern malady, they are not met with much understanding. You
    • objectified, there is not much understanding for such things.
    • really to understand the significance of the deep changes
    • if we would only exert it, to look with understanding towards
    • longer capable of understanding what is beginning to evolve
    • and it will seem obvious that to understand things one must
    • reflected. One must understand that thinking as such is
    • spiritual, that we already stand within the spiritual world
    • immense significance, not only for the understanding of world
    • then they must be touched upon. Understanding of these things
    • spiritual science stands for, everything our
    • individual facts unite in the understanding of the different
    • ages of man. We have history when a child stands before an
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