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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • a person can gain from this Sense-world and his experiences
    • truth; that man can gain nothing out of it on which he can
    • Again in a striking way, in the 5th Post-Atlantean epoch,
    • Descartes again took up that point; he lived from 1596 to 1650,
    • completely astral as regards Christianity, We can best gain a
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • Now let us go back again to something else, to
    • relation of the Angel to the Archangel, Again the relation of
    • they must again be won on those paths indicated by Spiritual
    • gained in a far more widely embracing way than that in which St
    • You see, man now goes right against what
    • Ordering of Nature. We must press forward again to a Spiritual
    • And now again to-day, because I want you to
    • the sharpest opposition from the side of Spiritualism against the
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • a person can gain from this Sense-world and his experiences
    • that man can gain nothing out of it on which he can stand on a
    • Again in a striking way, in the 5th Post-Atlantean epoch,
    • Descartes again took up that point; he lived from 1596 to 1650,
    • best gain a clear idea of what lived in Auguste Comte, as also
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • let us go back again to something else, to which I have drawn
    • the Archangel. Again the relation of Archdeacon to the Bishop
    • but they must again be won on those paths indicated by
    • Anthroposophy; a concept gained in a far more widely embracing
    • see, man now goes right against what Anthroposophy wills. That
    • press forward again to a spiritual world and a bridge must be
    • now again to-day, because I want you to realise that we shall
    • opposition from the side of Spiritualism against the
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • Again in the Gnosis there
    • their place, something that we must again experience, that must be more
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • And again what we live through
    • and body his existence takes its course in time as we have again shown.
    • characterised but in the realm of duration. And there again he is very
    • and again willing and a part
    • fight against hierarchies of a different nature. You could not have
    • against other hierarchies. And when you develop a desire, if you say,
    • yourself spiritually in a region where the Luciferic spirits fight against
    • again also between birth, and death. The forces and powers occupy themselves
    • laws; inscribe laws everywhere. And again human community-life is
    • interwoven with the hatred of Lucifer against law and Ahriman's sympathy
    • the fixed again in the fluid, everywhere rest produced in the movement,
    • but the rest transposed again into movement. That is the whole spiritual
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • purely idealistic ideas have again the consequence that the lower nature
    • to a fundamental reality. But now again the increasing materialism of
    • You see how here again we
    • deal more has to be produced than actually comes to fruit and again
    • order. This tendency will, to begin with, more and more gain the upper
    • gain increasing momentum. In the spreading of spiritual truths there
    • extend beyond the walls feel a perpetual natural grudge against the
    • itself doing business, now throwing someone up, now down again. Funds,
    • there is a danger that something of this sort gains immense respect,
    • it can easily gain followers through the fact that one could find
    • this to build a dam against any influx of any sort of new spiritual
    • is erected against the inflow of spiritual truths from the spiritual
    • Infallibility-dogma Rome has intended to erect a dam against the influx
    • they inveigh against Rome they say what is right. They too, however,
    • And again, when Rome speaks
    • what is actually going on. Hence arise the hatred and enmity against
    • if you took away a feeling of this from this lecture; for once again
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • thoughts which are brought against Anthroposophy from outside, and
    • this again and again — that man should keep the Luciferic away
    • activity which like a leaven saves him over and over again
    • endeavour to gain a knowledge of man in this way would reveal an
    • Luciferic goad were not always there, ready again and again to save
    • This must be recognised, or we shall merely inveigh against Ahrimanic
    • within us. Through these forces we actually work against similarity
    • forces do actually fight against similarity. A more subtle
    • as a rule, working against similarity of outward appearance.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • Atlantean age — to arise again in the post-Atlantean age. So
    • something which in ancient days gave men the capacity to gain some
    • came the Mystery of Golgotha, the Ahrimanic forces began to gain a
    • sixteenth century something similar is happening again — a kind
    • the same time gain from this spirituality an impression of reality in
    • anyone wishing to seek for it again to-day finds the most important
    • century became mature enough to gain a full understanding. This
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • He has been buried, He has risen again; this is certain, because it
    • been buried and has risen again. It is certain because it is
    • that the dead should rise again; but according to Tertullian the
    • buried and has risen again, and it is therefore certain because it is
    • phenomenon. Increasingly the belief gained ground that heredity is a
    • the surface there is nothing to be said against it — but things
    • gain only false conceptions about heredity and about death. And these
    • devotion to the Mystery of Golgotha is a protection against all these
    • death, gained on a supersensible path. By a true conception of this
    • again; this is certain because it is impossible” —
    • — all the reasons for and against would seem to me like sheer
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • soon put them down again; for they are written in the learned language
    • rise again to a recognition of the truth: to recognise that our
    • be able to gain through the Consciousness Soul. Little by little I
    • the fifteenth century, he would by then have gained complete control
    • number of the man, the man who struggles against saying “Not I,
    • against any understanding of the spiritual.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • just on this account that they fail to gain insight into the true
    • possible to gain from history some idea of why Justinian swept away
    • that the findings gained from spiritual vision are incapable of corroboration;
    • learning under foot ... over and over again this same passionate
    • over again, first: How can this evolution of the Consciousness Soul
    • again before our souls — arise because in our scientific age,
    • Why docs he do this? — for then we shall gain some idea of what
    • pray; we must protect ourselves against him and meet him in full
    • apparent life of soul. In the West, men have struggled against this
    • over this profound truth. People will never gain knowledge of the
    • again to unfold its life as a supersensible being? When we die. Here
    • should work into our life, but that we may absorb what can be gained
    • again when we live on after death.
    • let us with full knowledge confront Lucifer. The gaining of knowledge
    • Again, in
    • yourself against Ahriman. But you must choose: either you want
    • Again, I have
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • a quite early date, and if it had not worked very quickly against the
    • Golgotha. All that is found again, in the normal course of human
    • which men must turn again.
    • reckon that to-day we have 333 years again before the turning-point.
    • how the urge towards religious ritual exists once again in men. It
    • incapable of gaining illumination from Spiritual Science as to what
    • that over against this we have a natural science without any desire
    • science devoid of spirit; without fighting against science, we shall
    • have to recognise its limits. There is no need to fight against it,
    • and powerful gifts, and no-one has the right to say anything against
    • limits we fully appreciate what we are fighting against. I believe I
    • demands of our age, and with the needs of an age which once again,
    • revival of ancient cults. For this would be using it not to gain
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • thoughts which are brought against Anthroposophy from outside, and
    • this again and again — that man should keep the Luciferic away
    • activity which like a leaven saves him over and over again
    • endeavour to gain a knowledge of man in this way would reveal an
    • Luciferic goad were not always there, ready again and again to save
    • This must be recognised, or we shall merely inveigh against Ahrimanic
    • within us. Through these forces we actually work against similarity
    • forces do actually fight against similarity. A more subtle
    • as a rule, working against similarity of outward appearance.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • Atlantean age — to arise again in the post-Atlantean age. So
    • something which in ancient days gave men the capacity to gain some
    • came the Mystery of Golgotha, the Ahrimanic forces began to gain a
    • sixteenth century something similar is happening again — a kind
    • the same time gain from this spirituality an impression of reality in
    • anyone wishing to seek for it again to-day finds the most important
    • century became mature enough to gain a full understanding. This
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • He has been buried, He has risen again; this is certain, because it
    • been buried and has risen again. It is certain because it is
    • that the dead should rise again; but according to Tertullian the
    • buried and has risen again, and it is therefore certain because it is
    • phenomenon. Increasingly the belief gained ground that heredity is a
    • the surface there is nothing to be said against it — but things
    • gain only false conceptions about heredity and about death. And these
    • devotion to the Mystery of Golgotha is a protection against all these
    • death, gained on a super-sensible path. By a true conception of this
    • again; this is certain because it is impossible” —
    • — all the reasons for and against would seem to me like sheer
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • soon put them down again; for they are written in the learned language
    • rise again to a recognition of the truth: to recognise that our
    • be able to gain through the Consciousness Soul. Little by little I
    • the fifteenth century, he would by then have gained complete control
    • number of the man, the man who struggles against saying “Not I,
    • against any understanding of the spiritual.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • just on this account that they fail to gain insight into the true
    • possible to gain from history some idea of why Justinian swept away
    • that the findings gained from spiritual vision are incapable of corroboration;
    • learning under foot ... over and over again this same passionate
    • over again, first: How can this evolution of the Consciousness Soul
    • again before our souls — arise because in our scientific age,
    • Why docs he do this? — for then we shall gain some idea of what
    • pray; we must protect ourselves against him and meet him in full
    • apparent life of soul. In the West, men have struggled against this
    • over this profound truth. People will never gain knowledge of the
    • again to unfold its life as a super-sensible being? When we die. Here
    • should work into our life, but that we may absorb what can be gained
    • again when we live on after death.
    • let us with full knowledge confront Lucifer. The gaining of knowledge
    • Again, in
    • yourself against Ahriman. But you must choose: either you want
    • Again, I have
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • a quite early date, and if it had not worked very quickly against the
    • Golgotha. All that is found again, in the normal course of human
    • which men must turn again.
    • reckon that to-day we have 333 years again before the turning-point.
    • how the urge towards religious ritual exists once again in men. It
    • incapable of gaining illumination from Spiritual Science as to what
    • that over against this we have a natural science without any desire
    • science devoid of spirit; without fighting against science, we shall
    • have to recognise its limits. There is no need to fight against it,
    • and powerful gifts, and no-one has the right to say anything against
    • limits we fully appreciate what we are fighting against. I believe I
    • demands of our age, and with the needs of an age which once again,
    • revival of ancient cults. For this would be using it not to gain



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