[RSArchive Icon] Rudolf Steiner Archive Home  Version 2.5.4
 [ [Table of Contents] | Search ]


[Spacing]
Searching Rudolf Steiner Lectures by GA number (GA0184)
Matches

You may select a new search term and repeat your search. Searches are not case sensitive, and you can use regular expressions in your queries.


Enter your search term:
by: title, keyword, or context
   


   Query type: 
    Query was: eve
  

Here are the matching lines in their respective documents. Select one of the highlighted words in the matching lines below to jump to that point in the document.

  • Title: St. Augustine
    Matching lines:
    • available to everyone.
    • revelation of certain historical personalities, we shall
    • these things are not admitted nor even clearly seen.
    • he looks at the world and sees everything Ideal, beautiful and
    • by postulating an eternal, everlasting polarity, an everlasting
    • explained lately) a mistake even made by modern Theosophy# St.
    • he finally developed. That is the point, my dear friends; and
    • Everything else may be uncertain. Whether the things which
    • that one cannot know. We cannot even know how this world itself
    • believe that everything else the world says is subject to
    • which remains true even if we doubt everything else, that
    • recognised consciously and thoroughly, that even what is said
    • now, even what we acquire as ever such advanced knowledge about
    • mankind, and everything of a hindering nature In the
    • revelations, and true certainty only in the experience of what
    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • inwardly. Certainly such things are said, even in our times,
    • historical position of St. Augustine is revealed for modern
    • being, — is refuted every tine one goes to sleep. Every
    • him. Every tine you go to sleep until the moment of waking, the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
    Matching lines:
    • available to everyone.
    • the soul of man when he develops Imaginative Consciousness, that in
    • would never feel ourselves to be individuals. Therefore, just
    • another. This experience of inner freedom for the developing of a
    • before a mirror, believes it produces him, because it radiates his
    • ourselves, is no cleverer than to hold your hand before a mirror
    • and believe that the mirror is producing your hand. Yet the whole
    • Science believes that what we as individual persons experiences
    • deception, Before Golgotha man did not believe that his
    • his consciousness but in his life. He believed that his soul was
    • the third Hierarchy, just as modern man believes his soul to be
    • delusion in consciousness, he believes that his soul is united with
    • A modern man, in the delusion of his consciousness, believes
    • that his soul is bound up with his body; the man of old believed
    • development of man in pre-Christian times; he gives himself over to
    • necessity connects one event with another, an ordering in which
    • one can never think that through what goes on in Nature, any ideal,
    • conscious that he could not develop an existence worthy of man
    • flesh and blood, he would no longer believe that the external
    • physicist believes that this Nature is maintained by a conservation
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
    Matching lines:
    • revelation of certain historical personalities, we shall
    • these things are not admitted nor even clearly seen.
    • everything Ideal, Beautiful and Good, all that is filled with
    • Ordering of the Cosmos, by postulating an eternal, everlasting
    • polarity, an everlasting dualism, between Darkness and Light,
    • explained lately) a mistake even made by modern Theosophy. St.
    • he finally developed. That is the point, my dear friends; and
    • Everything else may be uncertain. Whether the things which
    • that one cannot know. We cannot even know how this itself
    • to no possibility of deception. One can relieve that everything
    • which remains true even if we doubt everything else, that
    • recognised consciously and thoroughly, that even what is said
    • now, even that we acquire as ever such advanced knowledge about
    • mankind, and everything of a hindering nature in the
    • revelations, and true certainty only in the experience of what
    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • inwardly. Certainly such things are said, even in our times,
    • historical position of St. Augustine is revealed for modern
    • being, — is refuted every time one goes to sleep. Every
    • Every time you go to sleep until the moment of waking, the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
    Matching lines:
    • appear in such a way to the soul of man when he develops
    • never feel ourselves to be individuals. Therefore, just because
    • another. This experience of inner freedom for the developing of
    • standing before a mirror, believes it produces him, because it
    • round with us is ourselves, is no cleverer than to hold your
    • hand before a mirror and believe that the mirror is producing
    • deception. All modern Science believes that what we as
    • kind of deception. Before Golgotha man did not believe that his
    • but in his life. He believed that his soul was bound up with
    • Hierarchy, just as modern man believes his soul to be bound up
    • delusion in consciousness, he believes that his soul is united
    • of his consciousness, believes that his soul is bound up
    • with his body; the man of old believed that the Beings of the
    • took place in the development of man in pre-Christian times; he
    • necessity connects one event with another, an ordering in which
    • that one can never think that through what goes on in Nature,
    • hand, man is conscious that he could not develop an existence
    • with flesh and blood, he would no longer believe that the
    • believes that this nature is maintained by a conservation of
    • ever have a hope that the Ideal has the power to realise
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
    Matching lines:
    • of how the human soul has altered in the course of mankind's development,
    • how short-sighted it is to believe that the constitution of the modern
    • ideas which we have today, which live in us and which we put every moment
    • concepts, two concepts living in man's soul. People denote them at every
    • standing at right angles to one another, or even all that geometry has
    • past, of which, however, something still exists today for especially
    • for man today. Even in the early Greek ages when the soul experienced
    • ever farther and farther upwards come the divine worlds, downwards the
    • At the same time, however,
    • behind, or the plane-dimension of right and left. Even among philosophers
    • called God also Space? Because in earlier time, even in Judaism, they
    • at the same time, however, are true proof, external proof of what spiritual
    • was however already shadowy in Plato and Aristotle, and the living experience
    • always gave the impulse to the one following; the following was ever,
    • was contained in the living experience of time. Everything would fall
    • the ever more and more encompaesing, one experienced the image of God
    • changed, thus has what wan once alive become abstract and dry. However
    • picture when he speaks of space, and he pictures or so I believe
    • you recently, where man develops in such a way that what he can conceive
    • do not develop the feeling for the contrast: the Divine — the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
    Matching lines:
    • What we devise and develop as ideals we should only grasp in its importance,
    • the same time develop our thought and comprehend it, but not in the
    • development in a lifetime if you reflect upon what has been brought
    • developed in us in youth.
    • life. What I have described most definitely takes place, even if it
    • the age of materialism, however, men pay little heed to this, yet all
    • different from what he thinks. There he goes through no development, he
    • even though in one or another case these conflicts may have
    • of soul and spirit are enacted in us great cosmic events are happening
    • seen in ito reality, takes place as spirit-conflicts, However paradoxical
    • about space, even in the abstractness of the modern concept of space,
    • against other hierarchies. And when you develop a desire, if you say,
    • for instance, I will go for a walk, even when it is such an insignificant
    • with us while we so pass our life. For mighty forces are ever at hand
    • so that this takes place. That means, however: there are forces and
    • developed us and established us in earthly existence, In earth-existence
    • strive to thrust away the earth, thrust away from man everything earthly
    • to develop intensively man's individual will — that is, precisely
    • expressed better, the spirits serving Ahriman, want to develop fully
    • extremely clever and understand many things through his own practical
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
    Matching lines:
    • done. Misled by these ideas it would also in conscious will develop
    • of matter and energy and believe solely in these, and order your life
    • The lower nature, however,
    • and when this very materialism prevents anything from man himself flowing
    • Conversely, taking the reverse
    • idealism which believes only in abstract ideals, in morality and has
    • no knowledge of how these abstract ideals arise — however fine
    • monism. It will be necessary, however, for certain laws which are held
    • the fourth member of his being, which then developed to the ego, and
    • even a simple superficial knowledge of nature tells us — that
    • into the human form — not the animal form. Every corpse which
    • other way, every corpse deserted by its spirit and soul and in which
    • crystalise and deals with the corpse in that way. It can never arrive
    • Here we have the event of
    • science describes. It is important to develop increasingly such concepts
    • from atavistic clairvoyance. In the ancient Mysteries everything was
    • polarity in the human order and spiritual order. Nevertheless, what
    • between spirit and nature will never be reached unless men find the
    • we observe the remarkable fact that in every case a small number only
    • actually became fruit and achieved the development possible to them.
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
    Matching lines:
    • life of nature, in the natural order, everyone to-day recognises
    • spiritual order, in the same way, though certainly on a higher level,
    • science, however, we must be clear that directly we rise to
    • and willing of the soul. Everything else — astral body, etheric
    • ordinary science or even Anthroposophy speak when they are concerned
    • far as through these three members man develops himself in the
    • of uprightness that intervenes in our physical development is of the
    • flowing together out of the three streams. Whatever we survey, the
    • for spiritual chemistry; otherwise it will never be possible
    • could give himself up to the quiet development proper to his original
    • everything he strives for through consciousness there lies
    • on his physical development. At the present juncture in man's earthly
    • super-consciousness, however, the possibility of ingress is
    • consciousness. Without them, man would never be induced to develop a
    • Luciferic activity, however, is at the same time the cause of man's
    • believed that in some way or other a return can be made to the Golden
    • flow into man. Everything by which he tries to loosen his connection
    • to develop this knowledge of man. To-day, knowledge of man is
    • Taking people as they are and being quite clear that everyone is as
    • he is, even the criminal — we must go as far as that —
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
    Matching lines:
    • Atlantean age the Ahrimanic development was there instead, where I
    • equilibrium has never come to perfection. There have been times when
    • however, was already
    • developed a lofty wisdom. And — as we have
    • What is so admirable among the Greeks, however, is that resounding
    • look back to the period of Greek spiritual development that
    • wisdom which, however, is already converted into ideas and concepts.
    • however, was mediated by way of Lucifer, and men worked upon it with
    • even the tradition of this divine source of wisdom concerning human
    • ever more and more of a riddle. We must feel the full implications of
    • by the threat of becoming an ever-increasing
    • people refuse to believe is how entirely different for men of old was
    • felt by Julian the Apostate, and he believed it could be preserved.
    • unnoticed by the Romans; and even Tacitus knew practically nothing of
    • they are really Mystery-books applied to life. However much trouble
    • never be part of the history that applies to other events. For this
    • he must come to the conviction that this historical event, for which
    • there is no historical evidence, did indeed take place. Whoever
    • important historical event in the course of man's evolution,
    • that no external account of this event can be called historical
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
    Matching lines:
    • — where the most important event in earthly existence is
    • according to his development as an earthly being, is never able,
    • through his own understanding developed within the sense-world. I
    • in the supersensible world, that there develops in man the understanding,
    • I said that even the contemporaries of Christ were unable to reach such
    • — “I believe because it is absurd,” because no light
    • testify to what they believe. And Tertullian says of them: In all
    • in the case of the Christians it is the reverse; they are
    • developed as Christian consciousness and Christian wisdom. So
    • such a man is very rare, even in those days when the supersensible
    • events we have here a remarkable personality who, as a Roman,
    • God has died; this is easy to believe because it is foolish.
    • man, it could not be the most excellent event for the earth. For the
    • sensible by human reason cannot be the highest; it can never be the
    • highest thing possible on earth. For human reason with its cleverness
    • all clever people must look upon him really as a simpleton.
    • It is, however, necessary to take the three propositions — which
    • natural order everything found therein.
    • faculty for knowledge is never adapted for grasping either the fact
    • would never be possible for a natural science to say anything about
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
    Matching lines:
    • the development of the Consciousness Soul,
    • that we are living in the epoch of the development of the
    • circumstance, we find the most important event ever enacted in
    • earthly life — the Event of Golgotha. For we have often
    • emphasised that the Event of Golgotha entered human evolution in such
    • Event of Golgotha, while applying to it as little as possible the
    • development of consciousness that mankind is going through. Quite
    • development of the Consciousness Soul, we must above all try to
    • special importance for its development.
    • with great pride, even with real arrogance. In a certain sense those who
    • working in the general life of men, even when they believe themselves
    • to be pious or believe they should be. The religious feelings
    • developed in any particular religious faith have
    • Everywhere to-day in external life, in the widest circles, thinking
    • of the Consciousness Soul is proud even to arrogance of its scientific
    • achievements and of the scientific kind of thinking that goes with it.
    • the statement — our ancestors believed in ghosts, but we
    • are so clever that we no longer believe in them — and pay
    • age passes judgment on our stupid ancestors who believed in ghosts
    • behind. The statement that our forebears believed in ghosts is in
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
    Matching lines:
    • the event which was meant to happen in the year 666 of our era had
    • been opposed by that other event known as the Event of Golgotha. I
    • men are intended to enter upon the development of what we call
    • Soul. Painful events, joyful events, events that put men to the test
    • and events that we may call divine gifts for the blessing of mankind,
    • been pervaded with so much fantasy that it has never been rightly
    • Let us put the hypothetical case that the Event of Golgotha never happened,
    • men — what would then have come about? We can never know the
    • then we never achieve a real, correct valuation of events. If to-day,
    • for example, some event prevents our undertaking something we should
    • otherwise have done; if we are thus prevented from being next day in
    • it cannot be said that the event in question is rightly estimated if
    • it is merely recorded. For quite certainly this event, if we consider
    • we cannot understand the event if we consider only what concerned us
    • intellectually, never asking what might have happened — it is
    • value and reality of events.
    • ask the question: If we assume that the Christ through the Event of Golgotha
    • had never united His divine destiny with the destiny of man, what
    • their origin — had gone on developing gradually to receive this
    • wisdom in the normal course of events, they would have had to wait,
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
    Matching lines:
    • course of historical events, but figuring very little in external
    • this holds good even in mechanical motion — does not belong to
    • events, this midpoint of 333 is as little apparent as the
    • later developed as the scientific method of thinking was already then
    • we have been considering these events in such
    • had never taken place? For the whole founding of the Academy of
    • everything else bound up with this, in so far as it was not blunted
    • may say that even the impulses which were active in non-Christian
    • never taken place? This can indeed be studied, even historically
    • is to the time of the Mystery of Golgotha. We should never forget
    • idea that although this event, which to-day sheds its rays as a fully
    • our era, it developed at that time in such a way that throughout the
    • to give men through revelation, received on an Ahrimanic path, that
    • efforts think in such a way as to be conscious of everything. So the
    • come thousands of years later. The whole thing, however, was
    • completely reversed at the very beginning of our era, during
    • reason that history, which itself has a history, has developed in
    • brought to mankind — over everything that men had been able to
    • achieve in the way of culture by their own efforts since 747
    • ever to be acquired. They would have wished — 333 years before
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
    Matching lines:
    • life of nature, in the natural order, everyone to-day recognises
    • spiritual order, in the same way, though certainly on a higher level,
    • science, however, we must be clear that directly we rise to
    • and willing of the soul. Everything else — astral body, etheric
    • ordinary science or even Anthroposophy speak when they are concerned
    • far as through these three members man develops himself in the
    • of uprightness that intervenes in our physical development is of the
    • flowing together out of the three streams. Whatever we survey, the
    • for spiritual chemistry; otherwise it will never be possible
    • could give himself up to the quiet development proper to his original
    • everything he strives for through consciousness there lies
    • on his physical development. At the present juncture in man's earthly
    • super-consciousness, however, the possibility of ingress is
    • consciousness. Without them, man would never be induced to develop a
    • Luciferic activity, however, is at the same time the cause of man's
    • believed that in some way or other a return can be made to the Golden
    • flow into man. Everything by which he tries to loosen his connection
    • to develop this knowledge of man. To-day, knowledge of man is
    • Taking people as they are and being quite clear that everyone is as
    • he is, even the criminal — we must go as far as that —
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
    Matching lines:
    • Atlantean age the Ahrimanic development was there instead, where I
    • equilibrium has never come to perfection. There have been times when
    • however, was already
    • developed a lofty wisdom. And — as we have
    • What is so admirable among the Greeks, however, is that resounding
    • look back to the period of Greek spiritual development that
    • wisdom which, however, is already converted into ideas and concepts.
    • however, was mediated by way of Lucifer, and men worked upon it with
    • even the tradition of this divine source of wisdom concerning human
    • ever more and more of a riddle. We must feel the full implications of
    • by the threat of becoming an ever-increasing
    • people refuse to believe is how entirely different for men of old was
    • felt by Julian the Apostate, and he believed it could be preserved.
    • unnoticed by the Romans; and even Tacitus knew practically nothing of
    • they are really Mystery-books applied to life. However much trouble
    • never be part of the history that applies to other events. For this
    • he must come to the conviction that this historical event, for which
    • there is no historical evidence, did indeed take place. Whoever
    • important historical event in the course of man's evolution,
    • that no external account of this event can be called historical
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
    Matching lines:
    • — where the most important event in earthly existence is
    • according to his development as an earthly being, is never able,
    • through his own understanding developed within the sense-world. I
    • in the super-sensible world, that there develops in man the understanding,
    • I said that even the contemporaries of Christ were unable to reach such
    • — “I believe because it is absurd,” because no light
    • testify to what they believe. And Tertullian says of them: In all
    • in the case of the Christians it is the reverse; they are
    • developed as Christian consciousness and Christian wisdom. So
    • such a man is very rare, even in those days when the super-sensible
    • events we have here a remarkable personality who, as a Roman,
    • God has died; this is easy to believe because it is foolish.
    • man, it could not be the most excellent event for the earth. For the
    • sensible by human reason cannot be the highest; it can never be the
    • highest thing possible on earth. For human reason with its cleverness
    • all clever people must look upon him really as a simpleton.
    • It is, however, necessary to take the three propositions — which
    • natural order everything found therein.
    • faculty for knowledge is never adapted for grasping either the fact
    • would never be possible for a natural science to say anything about
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
    Matching lines:
    • the development of the Consciousness Soul,
    • that we are living in the epoch of the development of the
    • circumstance, we find the most important event ever enacted in
    • earthly life — the Event of Golgotha. For we have often
    • emphasised that the Event of Golgotha entered human evolution in such
    • Event of Golgotha, while applying to it as little as possible the
    • development of consciousness that mankind is going through. Quite
    • development of the Consciousness Soul, we must above all try to
    • special importance for its development.
    • with great pride, even with real arrogance. In a certain sense those who
    • working in the general life of men, even when they believe themselves
    • to be pious or believe they should be. The religious feelings
    • developed in any particular religious faith have
    • Everywhere to-day in external life, in the widest circles, thinking
    • of the Consciousness Soul is proud even to arrogance of its scientific
    • achievements and of the scientific kind of thinking that goes with it.
    • the statement — our ancestors believed in ghosts, but we
    • are so clever that we no longer believe in them — and pay
    • age passes judgment on our stupid ancestors who believed in ghosts
    • behind. The statement that our forebears believed in ghosts is in
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
    Matching lines:
    • the event which was meant to happen in the year 666 of our era had
    • been opposed by that other event known as the Event of Golgotha. I
    • men are intended to enter upon the development of what we call
    • Soul. Painful events, joyful events, events that put men to the test
    • and events that we may call divine gifts for the blessing of mankind,
    • been pervaded with so much fantasy that it has never been rightly
    • Let us put the hypothetical case that the Event of Golgotha never happened,
    • men — what would then have come about? We can never know the
    • then we never achieve a real, correct valuation of events. If to-day,
    • for example, some event prevents our undertaking something we should
    • otherwise have done; if we are thus prevented from being next day in
    • it cannot be said that the event in question is rightly estimated if
    • it is merely recorded. For quite certainly this event, if we consider
    • we cannot understand the event if we consider only what concerned us
    • intellectually, never asking what might have happened — it is
    • value and reality of events.
    • ask the question: If we assume that the Christ through the Event of Golgotha
    • had never united His divine destiny with the destiny of man, what
    • their origin — had gone on developing gradually to receive this
    • wisdom in the normal course of events, they would have had to wait,
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
    Matching lines:
    • course of historical events, but figuring very little in external
    • this holds good even in mechanical motion — does not belong to
    • events, this midpoint of 333 is as little apparent as the
    • later developed as the scientific method of thinking was already then
    • we have been considering these events in such
    • had never taken place? For the whole founding of the Academy of
    • everything else bound up with this, in so far as it was not blunted
    • may say that even the impulses which were active in non-Christian
    • never taken place? This can indeed be studied, even historically
    • is to the time of the Mystery of Golgotha. We should never forget
    • idea that although this event, which to-day sheds its rays as a fully
    • our era, it developed at that time in such a way that throughout the
    • to give men through revelation, received on an Ahrimanic path, that
    • efforts think in such a way as to be conscious of everything. So the
    • come thousands of years later. The whole thing, however, was
    • completely reversed at the very beginning of our era, during
    • reason that history, which itself has a history, has developed in
    • brought to mankind — over everything that men had been able to
    • achieve in the way of culture by their own efforts since 747
    • ever to be acquired. They would have wished — 333 years before
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.



The Rudolf Steiner Archive is maintained by:
The e.Librarian: elibrarian@elib.com