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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • Our time can be understood
    • those who, in a characteristic way, reflects what is alive in our time
    • time; a world of eternity.” He enlarged on this observation saying:
    • we experience in space and time is fundamentally semblance. In order
    • saying goes. He lived for a long time in Tübingen, then in Stuttgart
    • The time will come when
    • Similarly a time will come when consideration of history will depend
    • when he said: “A time will come when the history of the last decades
    • I said that our time has robbed the 19th Century of its spiritual achievements
    • decades; during this time they are not accessible to human beings living
    • In earlier times there were many who experienced such unsatisfied longing.
    • In our time it is present to a particularly high degree because the
    • at the present time we can bring to life in ourselves a connection with
    • who in recent times have been victims of spiritual isolation and robbed
    • as symptoms of our time, for they are characteristic of a general trend.
    • this I am pointing to a significant phenomenon of our time: catastrophes
    • war against the spirit is waged in our time. It is a war which, under
    • the spirit of our time. — I have to admit that it is extremely
    • time it is not enough merely to hint at them or avoid calling them by
    • at the right time things are good; shifted out of the right place and
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • and willing the impulses needed at the present time. That spiritual
    • affairs of the time. However, the article leaves one with a peculiar
    • the same time place themselves at the service of the blood cells. One
    • relation exists between politics and physiology it is time that practical
    • on life who feel they do not belong, are numerous in our time. They
    • will be seen as a significant period in mankind's evolution: the time
    • as facts. It is time such things were discussed, for clear ideas corresponding
    • the world in general. There they become what we behold in the time between
    • inner world in the time between death and a new birth, whereas our thoughts,
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • I spoke last time about
    • I indicated last time that the rhythm of the breath, and with it knowledge,
    • his earth-existence. Last time I summarized briefly things spoken about
    • accessible to luciferic powers. In ancient times man's consciousness
    • in these lectures, have the upper hand in our time, we must not forget
    • Fundamental issues can sometimes
    • from primordial times, up to the Mystery of Golgotha, the tragic words
    • The time, since the Mystery of Golgotha, has been essentially a time
    • — to draw near the Mystery of Golgotha. The time has come when
    • did not exist for man before the Mystery of Golgotha. In ancient times
    • had to be experienced in the time after the Mystery of Golgotha, and
    • Christ impulse can in our time be presented by no other means than spiritual
    • ahrimanic opposition be recognized at the present time?
    • that time had not the faculty of sight but the two places in his head
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • the event of death of someone near to us — filled with sentiments
    • We look back on the one hand to the time we were privileged to share
    • to cultural life in recent times. When a dear friend of his, the unique
    • understanding the events of our time. There was no question of his objective
    • as something self-evident; while at the same time this matter-of-factness
    • be an even stronger helper than before. During this time of taking leave
    • they are faced with the kind of difficulties which in our time must
    • during this difficult time, one which was for me especially sad, one
    • time and advance man's inner progress; and others which arise from quite
    • more when better times had replaced our bleak present. But here too
    • Her sister who is with us today has witnessed within a short time the
    • that come to nothing especially in our times? Why is it, we may ask,
    • whether they are fulfilled or not. We must accept it if, for the time
    • the way modern humanity, in contrast to former times, relies more on
    • of the times; they let what can explain the signs of the times pass
    • can influence a talented and significant personality of our time.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • moment in time. Few are aware of its full implication; it is therefore
    • death. But this was not the case at the time of the ancient atavistic
    • clairvoyant consciousness which disappeared as the time of the Mystery
    • In ancient times before
    • as atavistic clairvoyance. But as the time of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • approached this surplus decreased ever more. At the time of the Mystery
    • a time began, about a thousand years before the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • only of organic and etheric members. A long time ago men's souls would
    • as those to which human bodies in general were subject at that time.
    • time before the Mystery of Golgotha had this ever happened; life had
    • if we look back to conditions, as they generally were a long time before
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, we find that in those ancient times man's thoughts,
    • clairvoyance. As we have seen, when the time of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • at one particular spot on the earth at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha. Yet at the moment the Mystery
    • it before — that it took place at a time when mankind was least
    • able to understand. In ancient times it would have been understood,
    • meaning that the same time span elapsed between the death and the resurrection
    • At the present time man
    • live in difficult times, fraught with problems and conflict. Everyone
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • in our time that the reality of spiritual life is not confused with
    • time, to observe an abundance of effects in human life which are purely
    • ought not to think that this has ceased in our time. But people responded
    • perhaps was there a time when conscious interaction between the physical
    • emphasize that there are at the present time spiritual channels between
    • himself says that while these events were taking place he, for a time,
    • open for the entry of ahrimanic and luciferic powers. In earlier times
    • kind. In order to describe the causes of events during earlier times
    • to what is unreal, at the present time spiritual science is an absolute
    • can make our time comprehensible.
    • for sleep is in our time considerable and naturally ahrimanic and luciferic
    • of a time when it will be of particular importance that things I have
    • need in our time is to gain an ever clearer understanding of the Christ
    • that belongs to pre-Christian times, philosophy will continue to cloud
    • awake in the true sense. The terrible events taking place in our time
    • time I was completely alone in that view. What I said can be found in
    • that time Woodrow Wilson had the literary world at his feet. Only certain
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • a far greater extent than is imagined today. At the present time it
    • is that at the time of Thomism, when a philosopher was engaged in the
    • That was not the case at the time of the Scholastics nor even in the
    • one, at a time when preparation for Christianity was being made in the
    • he shared the general superstitions of his time.
    • had more time!” It is through this kind of superior attitude that
    • it is concluded that Luther had shared in the superstition of his time.
    • what, out of the spirit and consciousness of his time, was called “the
    • They conclude that Luther was superstitious as were others at his time
    • Luther lived at a time when
    • visualized as looking back with inner sight to a time when communion
    • was being cultivated with the spiritual world, to a time when he himself
    • as a Prince yet at the same time speak of him as a devil and oppose
    • own time. He used other expressions which would not be used today but
    • of his time. Those who call Luther's expressions cynical or frivolous
    • we see how evolution runs its course — the time after Luther when
    • made for our own epoch at the time of the Great Luther. Our age looks
    • of his time and for example the childlike experience of a Russian like
    • Soloviev during the time leading
    • in his time but as he appears within mankind's evolution as a whole—from
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • but cannot be emphasized enough. When, at that time, man turned his
    • the only world. The transition in consciousness to later times was far
    • science reveals that at this time the human soul came completely within
    • We saw last time that woven
    • man of his time inasmuch as in this, the fifth post-Atlantean cultural
    • the character of his time. They were in fact caused essentially by a
    • people of the fifth epoch were already experiencing in his time, albeit
    • — while being in complete accord with his own time, the fifth
    • with a man of the comparatively ancient time of the fourth epoch. The
    • and Inspiration were particularly vivid for man at that time. It was
    • to awaken in man a consciousness of that reality. At the same time he
    • times knowledge of the divine-spiritual-world had been attained through
    • reach. In earlier times one would have said: besides the Gospel there
    • to realize that at that time knowledge of nature was alchemy in the
    • again in future epochs, but in our time it is a deeply hidden knowledge.
    • were represented the human beings of his time, human beings to whom
    • seemed meaningless in ancient times, even by the sceptics.
    • time. What Luther recognized as the outstanding characteristic of mankind
    • is much more dependent on his environment, the time in which he lives
    • on his own and the following time could naturally not remain the only
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • time we awake from sleep we enter, with our ‘I’ and astral
    • time when rulership was in the hands of the few, whereas moral development
    • are at times found to be unpalatable especially when they relate to
    • At the present time a strange
    • If at one time or another the most perfect conditions possible were
    • Roman times had to perform their religious worship down in the catacombs;
    • to arbitrate. The time has come when concepts and ideas connected with
    • try to become selfless then after a time the power inherent in selflessness
    • 1510; at that time it was considered virtuous to climb a very high flight
    • time above all else is a deeper insight into human life. This means
    • how many times the word spirit appears in his library. People actually
    • The time is too serious,
    • thoughts and feelings of his time. One of his books has as its subtitle:
    • time: the movement Valentin Andrae wanted, and the Thirty Years' War,
    • but which later succeed. There was at that time a possibility that it
    • earnest, in bitter earnest which is also the way I must, for the time
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • of festivals in the usual sense. In these difficult times it
    • evolution during post-Atlantean times up to the present.
    • both appear as a progress taking place in time. In
    • observed over a certain length of time, one cannot but come
    • that today it is too lightly assumed that in former times,
    • at that time echoes of inner spiritual vision was because
    • spiritual echoes remaining from that ancient time. After all
    • then followed the time when he did so up to the age of 55,
    • present time occurs at a much earlier age. This meant that in
    • the body's growth and development. But just at the time when
    • 35 and 28. If we take the first third of this time span we
    • and that just at this point in time Christ Jesus reached the
    • age of 33 which at that time was also the age of mankind. At
    • coincided at the moment in time when mankind was threatened
    • one through whom much has come about in our time: Woodrow
    • our time. A dislike is taken to someone the moment he speaks
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • be of utmost importance for the present time.
    • change. It is during this time when changes take place in
    • physical organism. Then comes the time when the soul and
    • time, just as he is now, more or less consciously aware of
    • that at the same time his life of will, of feeling and also
    • came the time when he reached the middle of life which occurs
    • puberty from 12 to 16. But in that ancient time man was aware
    • that time reached his forties he felt that a decisive decline
    • body. Thus, in that ancient time man experienced going
    • ancient time man's spirit-soul being felt itself within the
    • that time said to himself something like this: I am placed
    • in that ancient time experienced simply as part of life. Then
    • and then the time of decline began.
    • man. In that ancient time those who reached the age when
    • At that time,
    • back to that ancient time we find that people in the course
    • of the Holy Spirit.” A time had begun in which the Holy
    • live at the time when mankind's general age is about 27.
    • and ideas at man's disposal in ancient times bubbled forth,
    • time is far ahead of the times.”
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • quest to understand the problems of our time. It is
    • transform him over comparatively short periods of time, and
    • work in our time.
    • understanding for our own time.
    • back once more to the time immediately after the great
    • Indian culture. There was at that time a complete absence of
    • have been impossible at that time to imagine what might be
    • their fifties, by which time they had also attained in the
    • takes place in his inner being. In that ancient time inner
    • versa. What is so significant about ancient times is that
    • remained from the time of Atlantis and enabled man to know
    • world. The time had come when something had to intervene: the
    • Mystery of Golgotha. I explained that by the time it took
    • back once more to the patriarchs in ancient times who were,
    • Drews. He came to the fore in Berlin at the time when the
    • This time Drews
    • Drews believes he is speaking out of the spirit of our time,
    • and so he is inasmuch as our time rejects spiritual science.
    • contradict the duties, so deeply felt at the present time,
    • introduced at the present time, but as the answer to the
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • the great secret of our time. It must be striven for so that
    • in ancient times he had through atavistic clairvoyance. What
    • that I divide post-Atlantean time into seven consecutive
    • that we live in the fifth epoch of post-Atlantean times, the
    • discovered these time divisions, writes:
    • What I do say is that by the time the Angeloi appeared,
    • Christ or Sun-man.” Dessoir presents things at times
    • At times the superficiality of approach by the likes of Max
    • time I have spent in Hungary was the first eighteen months of
    • which at that time was part of Cisleithania. He was employed
    • how things were in earlier times. One of the things I explain
    • uncertain times. One consolation is that race-mystics,
    • everybody. As he at times gives lectures without
    • digression I hope next time we can proceed and enter more
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • times we live in. Such understanding can only come about
    • work in mankind's evolution at any given time take effect
    • particular time. Or, one could also say that it becomes
    • describe certain characteristic aspects of our time I have
    • philosopher Franz Brentano who died a short time ago in Zürich.
    • bring before you what in our problematic times a great
    • seldom at the time the book was written. What is especially
    • However, they are reminders that there was a time when the
    • ways. But all around Brentano, at the time when he attempted
    • because their meaning continually changes in the course of time.
    • look back to the time when cannibalism was customary, we have
    • prevailed, for our concepts would at that time have been
    • of time that our view of it has changed. Our sympathy must
    • the same time such deep inner involvement with the argument.
    • including philosophers, who have in our time tried to find
    • at times interesting confusion, for example in Windelband.
    • answer is that every time we apply an aesthetic evaluation to
    • for the reality of the time between death and new birth. We
    • understood in our time.
    • most painful aspect of witnessing these difficult times.
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • and its relation to the world. There is at the present time a
    • himself he can only relate to the times he was awake; during
    • every time he sleeps, at least as far as his consciousness is
    • rarefied entity which is extinguished every time we fall
    • could not in truth say, I exist now, at this moment in time.
    • are expected of man at the present time and it is important
    • sentiment, the viewpoint, was the same in both cases, the
    • life; opportunities are there all the time. Try to let
    • people in the society. Then after a long time Bernstein
    • much he looked forward to them spending time together. Two
    • dreams, we dream the whole time between falling asleep and
    • something at different times variously as: “I
    • time in a threefold manner; there exists in us something that
    • which Christ lives. As you all know, only once, at the time
    • how necessary it is, especially in our time, to entertain
    • continue next time to look at important issues from a wider
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • those interconnections we spoke about last time and which to
    • time the individual human being continued to be capable of
    • conscious of the Rubicon which we cross at that time. We do
    • of the body. At that time this took place in the course of
    • evolution during the time between death and new birth; what
    • a halt when the person reached the age of 35, at the time of
    • spoke last time. These concepts are not derived from the
    • not only our stand towards truth in our time, but also
    • present time.
    • through physical senses. This realm is at the same time the
    • time, and 27 is the age where we remain unless we take our
    • research reveals that man in general develops in our time,
    • will be well developed by the time he reaches the age of 27.
    • he will, by the time he is 27 years old, have developed a sum
    • 27th year, so that by that time he will, one might say, be
    • 27-year-old. Thus he is a true representative of the time in
    • which we live; one could say he is a product of our time. But
    • bringing into our time anything that contains seeds for
    • characteristic of the time. If he is a man of stature —
    • — then he will provide our time with what is in
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • essential in our time that a feeling should develop for the
    • different from one time to another; at one stage it may be
    • to unfold his activity sometime in the future cannot be
    • last time about a contemporary statesman, Lloyd George.
    • epoch, as we did last time, it would, in the
    • notion that truth can always be expressed at any time in the
    • time is right for speaking about the relation that exists
    • more that they come at a time when they can be effective.
    • indication of this last time, but attention must continually
    • a short time can be assimilated and that gives the person
    • bodies cannot occupy a place at the same time,” which
    • time; rather, it will be said, Entities whose property is
    • time, Eduard von Hartmann is in a certain sense on the path
    • another time the same thoughts pass through his soul, they
    • going through a process of transformation in our time, which
    • went through in the Middle Ages. At that time there was, he
    • inclination is at the same time intellectual. What meets us
    • the person who made it. At a time when everything is mass
    • The intention behind much that is developed in our time
    • occurring in our time, we need concepts that are different
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