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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • that conclusions should not be drawn indiscriminately from the theory
    • science. The natural-scientific theory of evolution leads to the animal
    • nonsense as, for example, the theory of relativity which has made Einstein
    • a figure of renown. The theory of relativity seems so self-evident:
    • is heard sooner. Now, according to the theory of relativity if one moved
    • none. These quite distorted ideas exist today as the theory of relativity
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • are theoretical. As the fifth post-Atlantean epoch progressed the theory
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • these experiments have for the theory of color. The
    • Newtonian theory that color effects originate exclusively
    • the pendulum the theory of emanation dramatically confirms
    • border realm,, comes as far as Goethe's theory of color. When
    • with justifying and defending Goethe's theory of color, then
    • connection between the theory of emanation and Goethe's
    • theory of color, and also whether there is a connection
    • modern physics and the rejection of Goethe's theory of color.
    • even slightly into the theory of color, he gets a little
    • to live in occult research. Admittedly this theory of a
    • Shakespeare-Bacon theory,
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • theory is spread, like a spider's web, i.e., what can be
    • by formulating a theory saying: Every province has its own
    • originated in the West. But what is Marxism? It is a theory
    • East it will seem an absurdity that a theory of this kind,
    • build up a theory as to the nature of the forces that push

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