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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • the Russian people the Spirit-Self is still in an embryonic state. Bearing
    • which today are regarded as adequate for political office and statesmanship
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • statements go beyond this view. Consequently it leads Verworn to say:
    • within the greater body of the State. We then, according to Verworn,
    • we try to think of the political State (as he calls it) as a great organism.”
    • like the various corporate bodies within the State.
    • to make another statement based on the first: “A comparison of
    • attempt is made to depict the State as a cellular organism. So the experiment
    • the animal organism a “cell-State.” In other words, he takes
    • the idea of the State and compares the animal organism to it. Verworn
    • turns the idea around, he extracts the concept of the State and proceeds
    • who conceives the notion of how a State functions and transfers this
    • of how an organism functions over to the State. The whole subject remains
    • The most arbitrary notions are bandied about; statements are issued
    • Take this statement by Verworn: “All systems of cells are dependent
    • as a model for arranging the various departments within a State. The
    • organizing a State. The whole idea is so preposterous that we need look
    • departments of State interacting the way that, according to him, individual
    • of the direction evolution has taken in the case of the cell State in
    • social organism of the political State. It reveals to us among other
    • the administrative machinery of the State. Not only is the comparison
    • to sense organs, so where do we have the eyes and ears of the State?
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • by professor Max Dessoir, and I constantly come across statements to
    • Johanna Arnold is a living proof that such statements coming from this
    • at the state of the world, concludes that modern man places a one-sided
    • community. This community is the State in which the individual has his
    • again, are not emotions the determining factors within the various States?
    • all kinds of statements by Goethe, all he says is: “It will not
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • into a moment. This statement by a psychologist — condemned as
    • that despite the significance of this statement in relation to man's
    • a horrible statement but not an arbitrary one: it refers to the situation
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • made important statements which have caused a great deal of indignation.
    • it.” The continuous vacillation of events caused this state of
    • in similar states.
    • people when they are in a state of dimmed consciousness and take possession
    • but through human beings whose state of consciousness gives them access.
    • states of consciousness occurred, where doors and windows were thrown
    • through states of dimmed consciousness.
    • philologists and researchers often fall into states of dimmed consciousness,
    • that before 1914 I pointed out how confused were the statements made
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • openly to state their view of Faust's relation to the devil. Today it
    • are always present. This state of consciousness constitutes for these
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • They are then in a state of complete unconsciousness and therefore cannot
    • "To the Princes and Heads of States." Andrae wanted to show
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • Wilson, the President of the United States of America. I have
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • kind in external nature. However, during lowered states of
    • state of atavistic clairvoyance, the astral body and
    • in such states of lowered consciousness. And when the
    • spiritual in all natural existence; in states of dream, of
    • forces, especially during dream, sleep and other states of
    • beautiful but lacks all foundation. Such a statement is just
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • spirits, though only in certain states of wakefulness. What
    • The State as a Form of Life.
    • about the state, but not about a crocodile. Not a single
    • this stated in the writings of Haeckel as well as of Rudolf
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • come up with a single correct statement. His
    • statement into nonsense, and then proceeds to criticize his
    • it is clearly stated that the Sun humanity experienced the
    • particular one states that
    • statement really amounts to an extraordinary self-revelation.
    • have been written in a state of semi-consciousness. Perhaps
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • proves that they are in a state of flux.
    • nowadays no proper concept of a state exists. When people who
    • should know discuss what a state is or should be, they speak
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • I find that I am always the same. However, this statement is
    • waking. When someone is in a dreamy state during waking life,
    • pictures are obscured by a state of dreaminess the stronger
    • consciousness, but while in a dreamy state brings about
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • be called from parliament to become a minister of state, then
    • brought him into parliament. As minister of state he can put
    • freed of the organizing influence of the State. He drew so
    • introduced was so high that the revenue from their estates
    • from Britain were behind well-known statesmen, and their
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • last time about a contemporary statesman, Lloyd George.
    • expressing himself philosophically, states that he stands for
    • the state of “being” to, is directly related to
    • What is in the state of existence is dead; what is becoming
    • them by in a state of sleep. To understand the polarity of
    • You must bear in mind that this is the Secretary of State for War
    • Education and the State

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