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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • two streams of world-conceptions which we have mentioned:
    • one traverses to reach a World-Conception.” Now the
    • personalities more characteristic of the World-Conceptions of
    • correctly), by uniting certain old pre-Christian basic concepts
    • world-conception one must always say: A cum who lives at a
    • fellow-man, if they are anxious to create a world-conception,
    • the pre-Christian World-Conception, is led to his conceptions
    • gives an uplift to one's concept of the World; 600 years after
    • reach a concept of the world able to throw light on human
    • world-conception. But therewith, my dear friends, (since we are
    • those pre-Christian conceptions depended on the fact that the
    • Metaphysics. They united certain concepts with their own
    • longer looks to Metaphysical concepts when seeking the basis of
    • world-conception. He should explain himself in the some way as
    • which gave man a number of abstract concepts. But a concrete
    • basis of their modern learning concepts by which they can grasp
    • the external ordering of Nature. But we have no concepts by
    • World-Conceptions, and then we can turn our attention to the
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • an abstract Ego of those shadowy ideas and concepts which fill
    • Ordering of Nature. No conception of the world, my dear friends,
    • abstract concepts. And so came the centuries where, in place of the
    • they put abstract ideas, a metaphysic of abstract concepts. The
    • metaphysical concepts, a human Ordering appeared which in a sense
    • brought disbelief in the abstract concepts, in metaphysics.
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times; but
    • Therewith, my dear friends, the concept of
    • not as yet realise aright the fact, that the very concept of Truth
    • reality. He gets that thought from Natural Science. Such a concept
    • essentially connected with the theocratic social order. The concept
    • is more easy to recognise the concept of Truth which lived then, if
    • laboratory, how the war was going to end. In this the old concept
    • old concept of Truth.
    • foresee,” is the radical transformation of the concept
    • of Truth in our modern age. But, my dear friends, with the concept
    • concept of Truth as divine Judgment, for that stood under the
    • influence of the Delusion of Life. Our modern concept of Truth
    • There must come the concept of Truth of Anthroposophy; a concept
    • Augustine got his concept of Truth; for as I have explained to you,
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  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • two streams of world-conceptions which we have mentioned:
    • one traverses to reach a World Conception.” Now the
    • personalities more characteristic of the World-Conceptions of
    • correctly), by uniting certain old pre-Christian basic concepts
    • world-conception one must always say: A man who lives at a
    • fellow-man, if they are anxious to create a world-conception.
    • World-Conception, is led to his conceptions because, amongst
    • gives an uplift to one's concept of the World; 600 years after
    • reach a concept of the world able to throw light on human
    • world-conception. But therewith, my dear friends, (since we are
    • those pre-Christian conceptions depended on the fact that the
    • Metaphysics. They united certain concepts with their own
    • longer looks to metaphysical concepts when seeking the basis of
    • world-conception. He should explain himself in the same way as
    • which gave man a number of abstract concepts. But a concrete
    • basis of their modern learning concepts by which they can grasp
    • the external ordering of Nature. But we have no concepts by
    • World-Conceptions, and then we can turn our attention to
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • of an abstract ego of those shadowy ideas and concepts which
    • of Nature. No conception of the world, my dear friends, which
    • came abstract concepts. And so came the centuries where, in
    • abstract concepts. The Divine Ordering, which should have its
    • Gods there now appeared abstract, metaphysical concepts, a
    • the abstract concepts, in metaphysics. Men could now only
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times;
    • Therewith, my dear friends, the concept of truth itself
    • aright the fact, that the very concept of Truth has undergone a
    • concept of Truth simply did not exist in the First Christian
    • concept of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not
    • realised now. It is more easy to recognise the concept of Truth
    • old concept of truth is rooted even to-day, that truth itself
    • fall. That is the old concept of Truth.
    • foresee,” is the radical transformation of the concept of
    • Truth in our modern age. But, my dear friends, with the concept
    • old concept of Truth as Divine Judgment, for that stood under
    • the influence of the Delusion of Life. Our modern concept of
    • Consciousness. There must come the concept of Truth of
    • Anthroposophy; a concept gained in a far more widely embracing
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  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • in most manifold ways. From epoch to epoch the conceptions of the human
    • soul have actually become more and more different. The concepts and
    • concepts, two concepts living in man's soul. People denote them at every
    • times in an entirely different way. I will speak of the two concepts:
    • this abstraction, space, was a very different conception in the far
    • on the surfaces but for dying one needs it. — That the conception
    • of the below; and belonging to it, the conception of the real above
    • the Earth-future must develop inner concepts, inner impulses representing:
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • and let us then seek to create the necessary requirements for a conception
    • about space, even in the abstractness of the modern concept of space,
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • not suppose that the materialistic concept of the world which has spread
    • materialistic mode of living which indeed results from this concept,
    • therefore imagine the following. If you are completely immersed in concepts
    • in man's lower nature, purely clerical concepts built on tradition without
    • he devotes himself to traditional church conceptions and in this way
    • science describes. It is important to develop increasingly such concepts
    • as alone give to the natural science world-conception its true, genuine
    • Goethe's world-conception, then natural science too will be still more
    • say that one should found a spiritual order, a spiritual world-conception
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • and emphasise certain conceptions.
    • consideration of the spiritual order of the world, those concepts
    • perceptions only, it has recourse to abstract judgments and concepts.
    • my recent remarks on Goethe's world-conception, we may say: In so
    • world-conception — there are forces which work upon man for a
    • you as the ideal of the Goethean world-conception. With the aid of
    • descriptions have, as we know, often sprung from old conceptions
    • difficulties for Western thinking is to form a conception of
    • of concepts and ideas developed outside space and outside time. Most
    • through one of those confused concepts that arise when one does not
    • these things, above all to have a correct concept of what form is.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • it was so highly clarified in its concepts and ideas that in this way
    • concepts, and thereby was adapted to the human nature of that time.
    • wisdom which, however, is already converted into ideas and concepts.
    • natural concepts; he is already at some distance from the directly
    • have any concept, any idea, any perception, of the human personality
    • their conception of the external world. It is impossible to
    • even Goethe's Faust-concept suffers from a confusion between Ahriman
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • concepts, because it assigns to the sense-world phenomena which
    • for men have increasingly replaced the conception of the spirit by
    • gain only false conceptions about heredity and about death. And these
    • false conceptions would have become ever more exaggerated. At
    • after death is man able to come to a right conception of the Mystery
    • things. It brings into the world a true conception of birth and
    • death, gained on a supersensible path. By a true conception of this
    • conception. Thus Christ Jesus is the Healer, the Saviour. And
    • conception of the world because they are good for nothing, but have
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • the impulse to strive consciously for certain conceptions that were
    • conceptions of ghosts, but with the knowledge that behind these
    • conceptual world, with its ghostlike visualisations, they
    • conceptions nothing but ghosts. In ancient times they pictured
    • conception of the spiritual world; for to-day it is not the spiritual
    • modern men to form conceptions about nature makes them feel
    • we form conceptions about nature. But when we take this whole world
    • of conceptions about nature and test it, test it without
    • prejudice — well, then we find that we have the conceptions,
    • certainly, but with these conceptions we are unable to lay hold of
    • conceptual way. If, however, we look around at these conceptions,
    • conceptions of ghosts; we too form conceptions of ghosts. The only
    • weaving in abstract concepts. But they are ghosts, just as the ghosts
    • that living in conceptions is really living with ghosts. In this age
    • they were forming conceptions of ghosts. Our natural scientists
    • also form conceptions of ghosts, but in this age of the Consciousness
    • Soul it is our task to know that we also are forming conceptions of
    • ghosts — not conceptions of nature but only of ghosts of
    • ghostly conceptions we are still able to perceive nature, for nature
    • consciously. It will not do to apply merely ghostly conceptions to
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • Aristotelian concepts were imbued with an Arabian light, thrown over
    • is inordinately proud — leads to conceptions that do not reflect
    • pursues a ghostly knowledge, for he forms conceptions about nature
    • arrives at ghostly conceptions, and is satisfied because it believes
    • it then has conceptions about real nature. It goes on to invent all
    • kinds of concepts, atoms, molecules and so on, which as you know do
    • found courage enough to say: “You want a concept of nature, not
    • concepts of Oswald or Haeckel; then one comes to Ahriman and his
    • before birth, or let us say before conception; in the
    • before conception. The truth is not that something now living is
    • truth we were before birth or conception, and it is this which speaks
    • — we have a false conception also of the course of our life. We
    • in its bed, so do we form a conception of the human body. It is
    • from the scientific point of view, you arrive at conceptions only of
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • which, where living concepts should hold sway, are concerned with the
    • concepts, in mere words. The formalization has indeed not sprung from
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • and emphasise certain conceptions.
    • consideration of the spiritual order of the world, those concepts
    • perceptions only, it has recourse to abstract judgments and concepts.
    • my recent remarks on Goethe's world-conception, we may say: In so
    • world-conception — there are forces which work upon man for a
    • you as the ideal of the Goethean world-conception. With the aid of
    • descriptions have, as we know, often sprung from old conceptions
    • difficulties for Western thinking is to form a conception of
    • of concepts and ideas developed outside space and outside time. Most
    • through one of those confused concepts that arise when one does not
    • these things, above all to have a correct concept of what form is.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • it was so highly clarified in its concepts and ideas that in this way
    • concepts, and thereby was adapted to the human nature of that time.
    • wisdom which, however, is already converted into ideas and concepts.
    • natural concepts; he is already at some distance from the directly
    • have any concept, any idea, any perception, of the human personality
    • their conception of the external world. It is impossible to
    • even Goethe's Faust-concept suffers from a confusion between Ahriman
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • concepts, because it assigns to the sense-world phenomena which
    • for men have increasingly replaced the conception of the spirit by
    • gain only false conceptions about heredity and about death. And these
    • false conceptions would have become ever more exaggerated. At
    • after death is man able to come to a right conception of the Mystery
    • things. It brings into the world a true conception of birth and
    • death, gained on a super-sensible path. By a true conception of this
    • conception. Thus Christ Jesus is the Healer, the Saviour. And
    • conception of the world because they are good for nothing, but have
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • the impulse to strive consciously for certain conceptions that were
    • conceptions of ghosts, but with the knowledge that behind these
    • conceptual world, with its ghostlike visualisations, they
    • conceptions nothing but ghosts. In ancient times they pictured
    • conception of the spiritual world; for to-day it is not the spiritual
    • modern men to form conceptions about nature makes them feel
    • we form conceptions about nature. But when we take this whole world
    • of conceptions about nature and test it, test it without
    • prejudice — well, then we find that we have the conceptions,
    • certainly, but with these conceptions we are unable to lay hold of
    • conceptual way. If, however, we look around at these conceptions,
    • conceptions of ghosts; we too form conceptions of ghosts. The only
    • weaving in abstract concepts. But they are ghosts, just as the ghosts
    • that living in conceptions is really living with ghosts. In this age
    • they were forming conceptions of ghosts. Our natural scientists
    • also form conceptions of ghosts, but in this age of the Consciousness
    • Soul it is our task to know that we also are forming conceptions of
    • ghosts — not conceptions of nature but only of ghosts of
    • ghostly conceptions we are still able to perceive nature, for nature
    • consciously. It will not do to apply merely ghostly conceptions to
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • Aristotelian concepts were imbued with an Arabian light, thrown over
    • is inordinately proud — leads to conceptions that do not reflect
    • pursues a ghostly knowledge, for he forms conceptions about nature
    • arrives at ghostly conceptions, and is satisfied because it believes
    • it then has conceptions about real nature. It goes on to invent all
    • kinds of concepts, atoms, molecules and so on, which as you know do
    • found courage enough to say: “You want a concept of nature, not
    • concepts of Oswald or Haeckel; then one comes to Ahriman and his
    • before birth, or let us say before conception; in the
    • before conception. The truth is not that something now living is
    • truth we were before birth or conception, and it is this which speaks
    • — we have a false conception also of the course of our life. We
    • in its bed, so do we form a conception of the human body. It is
    • from the scientific point of view, you arrive at conceptions only of
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • which, where living concepts should hold sway, are concerned with the
    • concepts, in mere words. The formalization has indeed not sprung from



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