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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic Prehistory
    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life.
    • life of the twilight of the 4th Post Atlantean epoch with
    • reference to the life of philosophy, and give a brief sketch of
    • personality in the Western life of thought, St. Augustine, who
    • of his purified life of thought, he could no longer bear this
    • inner being, yet for man's life after death, there is no
    • that there existed a Spiritual life, because they beheld it.
    • age they beheld it chiefly because it played into their life of
    • forms. Their waking life of truth dived down, as it were, into
    • a dim, but conscious life of sleep. In that age one still knew
    • life in which was revealed, not merely as an abstract life, but
    • as a real concrete life in the spirit, what one had experienced
    • connection between Birth and Death in the great Cosmic life
    • Growing life.
    • with which is connected the life of Birth in the world's
    • one does not come to understand this life of Birth in the
    • not turn in the highest Mysteries to the life of the Sun, one
    • known that from the life of the Sun did not depend the process
    • of Birth, but, on the contrary, the decaying, decreasing life,
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  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic Prehistory
    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life.
    • life he stands in intimate connection with what we must designate
    • evolution to the very end of Earth-life. In that way we can feel
    • through the free life of thought we feel ourselves as individual
    • his consciousness but in his life. He believed that his soul was
    • concerning whom he gave himself to a life of deception, in that he
    • a characteristic delusion of life, and after the Mystery of
    • described as a delusion of life; after the Mystery of Golgotha it
    • that a delusion of life was present then. Men had to think of a
    • to-day. He saw them. And through their delusion of life they
    • life, as we to-day see everything which refers to man under the
    • here in his social life was all arranged by the Beings of the third
    • human life. Those traditions which still existed in ancient times
    • life through this idea of Truth, which Auguste Comte and
    • influence of the Delusion of Life. Our modern concept of Truth
    • relates to the sense-life, to a what is in the causal Ordering of
    • But now in the modern life of man something very
    • Spiritual life, significant in the most eminent degree, significant
    • Saint-Simon, at the end of his life he very clearly assumes a
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life.
    • life of the twilight of the 4th Post-Atlantean epoch with
    • reference to the life of philosophy, and give a brief sketch of
    • characteristic personality in the Western life of thought, St.
    • of his purified life of thought, he could no longer boar this
    • being, yet for man's life after death, there is no certainty at
    • Spiritual life. Because they beheld it. And in the 4th Post-Atlantean
    • chiefly because it played into their life of sleep. So that we
    • work, but in other forms. Their waking life of truth dived
    • down, as it were, into a dim, but conscious life of sleep. In
    • those moments of sleeping life in which was revealed, not
    • merely as an abstract life but as a real concrete life in the
    • between Birth and. Death in the great Cosmic Life into which
    • spiritualised, can be filled with Sprouting, Growing life.
    • with which is connected the life of Birth in the World's
    • one does not come to understand this life of Birth in the
    • highest Mysteries to the life of the Sun, one turned to the
    • known that from the life of the Sun did not depend the process
    • of Birth, but, on the contrary, the decaying, decreasing life,
    • die. And, however highly for other reasons the Sun-life was
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  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life.
    • Although throughout the whole of man's working life he stands
    • the very end of Earth-life. In that way we can feel ourselves
    • when we so experience our thinking that, through the free life
    • but in his life. He believed that his soul was bound up with
    • concerning whom he gave himself to a life of deception, in that
    • gives himself over to a characteristic delusion of life, and
    • as a delusion of life; after the Mystery of Golgotha it was a
    • were. And that rests on the fact that a delusion of life was
    • than to-day. He saw them. And through their delusion of life
    • delusion of life, as we to-day see everything which refers to
    • is social life was all arranged by the Beings of the third
    • believe in the external sense-phenomena, even inhuman life.
    • historical life through this idea of Truth, which Auguste Comte
    • the influence of the Delusion of Life. Our modern concept of
    • Science which simply relates to the sense-life, to a what is in
    • now in the modern life of man something very peculiar is to be
    • am only bringing before you here a fact of Spiritual life,
    • Simon, at the end of his life he very clearly assumes a
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • Life. The Cosmic Prehistory of Humanity, published in German as,
    • he felt how the course of life consists in an unfolding in the direction
    • of above and below. The course of life consisted in the experience of
    • distance in normal life does one travel upwards from the earth in growing,
    • the universe, the universal will, He felt his own life to be interwoven
    • age. I depicted the course of human life, where it is only in old age
    • Life runs thus not apparently, but in reality on the surface, I have
    • said that perhaps one does not need such a perspective today for life
    • that which belongs to duration his whole life through from birth to
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • Life. The Cosmic Prehistory of Humanity, published in German as,
    • of human life is actually one in which man can only comprehend in the
    • second half of life what he has thought, what his soul on the whole
    • first years of life, is not yet grasped through our own human forces
    • later life at the end of the fifties, the beginning of the sixties,
    • mature, as it were, to self-knowledge of the intimate life of childhood.
    • in human life.
    • life-period that dates from the change of teeth to puberty. Only think
    • its value to life, in our thirties if we were left to our human life
    • member of man's lifetime has a certain equilibrium, there we can at
    • other years of life.
    • development in a lifetime if you reflect upon what has been brought
    • until the right time of life arrived for a comprehension of what we
    • had thought in an earlier period of life. The total human life is interconnected.
    • of man, the one current of human life. As regards this stream man is
    • is ripe. But I have already pointed out to you that the way life is
    • lived through in our maya-existence, is not the true face of human life,
    • Yet what one specifies in this way about the time-course of human life
    • life looks back in his subconsciousness to the earlier years of his
    • life. What I have described most definitely takes place, even if it
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  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • Life. The Cosmic Prehistory of Humanity, published in German as,
    • a kind of materialistic mode of life. The results will not enter the
    • part of human nature that is the bearer of the conscious life. To begin
    • with, the bearer of the conscious life has not that thoroughgoing influence
    • on human life that a superficial observation is inclined to attribute
    • us say, lower nature of man is the bearer of the unconscious soul-life
    • and in a remarkable way this unconscious soul-life becomes under the
    • result of materialistic ideas and of the materialistic way of life is
    • of matter and energy and believe solely in these, and order your life
    • the science of human community-life and man's historical life must in
    • an important fact in life through a picture. The dissolving of any kind
    • life the solid salt will not do and it has to be dissolved. Now the
    • and cannot grasp the whole of life's phenomena: it must find its completion
    • science of man, above all to the historical and political life of mankind.
    • life is to be studied in its reality, if the phenomena of life into
    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and Rebirth.
    • essential for any true judgment of life on the physical plane.
    • same species of life, while myriads of seeds come to nothing. Of the
    • a spiritual life there.
    • the streams of spiritual life have to be brought, apparently without
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • conclusions about human life itself. I will first mention certain
    • life of nature, in the natural order, everyone to-day recognises
    • the spiritual life, the spiritual order. The anthroposophical outlook
    • know that during the life between birth and death man has what we are
    • only with human life in the sense-perceptible world. Therefore in our
    • life. We are all born as more or less crawling beings, with no power
    • threefold cosmic intervention in human life. We can say: In man's
    • consider life. When we consider life, we do not see only the stream
    • outer world of the senses, or the historical life of man taking its
    • into one another. In ordinary life we do not go in for what the
    • thoroughly to understand human life.
    • another point of view, so as to relate them directly to human life.
    • Where in man's life is the point at which Luciferic forces acquire
    • acquire self-knowledge only in the second half of life) he would not
    • powers. But in real life, as we have to live it, man is exposed to
    • self-knowledge during the first half of life) — in
    • into historical life more than he could do if he had to depend solely
    • from his life. If he could do so, he would be unable to lead a real
    • life; he would have to become an arch-philistine. It is the Luciferic
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • through them man's life of soul was driven in the direction of the
    • Planetary Spheres and Their Influence on Mans Life on Earth and in Spiritual Worlds,
    • they are really Mystery-books applied to life. However much trouble
    • our life. I have spoken of this fully and repeatedly. But that is not
    • has come about. You know that during the first half of life a man is
    • during the first half of life; in the second half of life this
    • evolution. Thus, however clever a man might become during his life on
    • through our earthly life, therefore, without being able to understand
    • the second or third century; and then, in the life after death,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • Golgotha, during their life beyond the threshold; and that what has been
    • external historical life? Hence at the beginning of this lecture
    • life is related to the supersensible facts of which I was
    • Tertullian was a man with a fine sense of the absurd in life. He was
    • phenomena in the life of mankind are, first, the phenomenon
    • death which is connected with the end of life, and heredity with birth.
    • human life and the being of man. From all that I have been describing
    • about external life we are often speaking of the facts and forces of
    • that the mystery of death plays into the life of the senses is indeed
    • life in which there was no heredity and no death. We should have to
    • polar opposite: in human life you can never cultivate a fact without
    • that fact evoking its opposite. Man's life runs its course in the
    • the recognition that life runs its course in opposites, and a state
    • that have to act as boundaries to the life of Christ Jesus.
    • be understood. It is just when the most sublime facts of earthly life
    • human life as a shameful deed. “God's Son has gone through
    • with his ordinary intelligence up to the end of his physical life
    • often be applied to ordinary life. It has brought me a certain
    • made on human life. The Time Spirits will make this demand especially
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • all possible earnestness in life, so that we have the will constantly
    • earthly life — the Event of Golgotha. For we have often
    • working in the general life of men, even when they believe themselves
    • Everywhere to-day in external life, in the widest circles, thinking
    • in life through natural science. They think as he does, but he carries
    • into earthly life in the Lemurian period, the Ahrimanic in the
    • will have to progress to Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man; and of
    • only bring a serious study of life to bear on some of the descriptive
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man, would have gone by the board.
    • can be a guide to the important facts of human life to-day.
    • they then throw light on the most important matters. Here in life
    • — the evolution to Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man.
    • but we have to set about it in the right way if in the life of
    • studied when we examine the spiritual life of the Middle Ages.
    • life of the Middle Ages is studied very one-sidedly. But go and look at
    • personality, and then to rise further to Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit,
    • deepest problems of our present life, and because man must be fully
    • apparent life of soul. In the West, men have struggled against this
    • this to be man's life (diagram), and this to be
    • throughout life he experiences as a conceiving, thinking being. Then
    • allowed through. We are only an image of our life before birth, or
    • essential being for the term of our earthly life. “I think,
    • speak differently and say: When did the soul cease to unfold its life
    • again to unfold its life as a supersensible being? When we die. Here
    • on earth this life is interrupted so that not only the supersensible
    • should work into our life, but that we may absorb what can be gained
    • through the senses and make it part of our life as a whole. There
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • followers, a personality who went through a certain life, suffered
    • that some people in Rome wished to infuse with new life.
    • Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man — Augustus and his
    • Augustus wanted to infuse with fresh life. What then is brought about
    • new life is brought into what is dead and was intended for the age of
    • the Sentient Soul. The new life must come from all that Spiritual
    • But Christ Jesus will not appear in external life, as at
    • — in the weakness of their soul-life they strive after
    • from these people being unable to make the effort towards a life of
    • active, a genuine, courageous activity in their soul-life, because in
    • their soul-life they have become invalids and so they turn to what is
    • ground of the positive life of spirit we have the right of negative
    • significance Darwinism and Haeckelism have for scientific life.
    • be deepened so that it gradually leads into spiritual life. What has
    • of human life, is now appearing anew for reasons I have mentioned
    • prevent human life from developing so as to meet the demands of the
    • moral, social, political and religious principles in human life
    • our social, moral or political life to meet the real demands of our
    • anthroposophical understanding of spiritual life must recognise.
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
    Matching lines:
    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • conclusions about human life itself. I will first mention certain
    • life of nature, in the natural order, everyone to-day recognises
    • the spiritual life, the spiritual order. The anthroposophical outlook
    • know that during the life between birth and death man has what we are
    • only with human life in the sense-perceptible world. Therefore in our
    • life. We are all born as more or less crawling beings, with no power
    • threefold cosmic intervention in human life. We can say: In man's
    • consider life. When we consider life, we do not see only the stream
    • outer world of the senses, or the historical life of man taking its
    • into one another. In ordinary life we do not go in for what the
    • thoroughly to understand human life.
    • another point of view, so as to relate them directly to human life.
    • Where in man's life is the point at which Luciferic forces acquire
    • acquire self-knowledge only in the second half of life) he would not
    • powers. But in real life, as we have to live it, man is exposed to
    • self-knowledge during the first half of life) — in
    • into historical life more than he could do if he had to depend solely
    • from his life. If he could do so, he would be unable to lead a real
    • life; he would have to become an arch-philistine. It is the Luciferic
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
    Matching lines:
    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • through them man's life of soul was driven in the direction of the
    • Planetary Spheres and Their Influence on Mans Life on Earth and in Spiritual Worlds,
    • they are really Mystery-books applied to life. However much trouble
    • our life. I have spoken of this fully and repeatedly. But that is not
    • has come about. You know that during the first half of life a man is
    • during the first half of life; in the second half of life this
    • evolution. Thus, however clever a man might become during his life on
    • through our earthly life, therefore, without being able to understand
    • the second or third century; and then, in the life after death,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
    Matching lines:
    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • Golgotha, during their life beyond the threshold; and that what has been
    • external historical life? Hence at the beginning of this lecture
    • life is related to the super-sensible facts of which I was
    • Tertullian was a man with a fine sense of the absurd in life. He was
    • phenomena in the life of mankind are, first, the phenomenon
    • death which is connected with the end of life, and heredity with birth.
    • human life and the being of man. From all that I have been describing
    • about external life we are often speaking of the facts and forces of
    • that the mystery of death plays into the life of the senses is indeed
    • life in which there was no heredity and no death. We should have to
    • polar opposite: in human life you can never cultivate a fact without
    • that fact evoking its opposite. Man's life runs its course in the
    • the recognition that life runs its course in opposites, and a state
    • that have to act as boundaries to the life of Christ Jesus.
    • be understood. It is just when the most sublime facts of earthly life
    • human life as a shameful deed. “God's Son has gone through
    • with his ordinary intelligence up to the end of his physical life
    • often be applied to ordinary life. It has brought me a certain
    • made on human life. The Time Spirits will make this demand especially
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
    Matching lines:
    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • all possible earnestness in life, so that we have the will constantly
    • earthly life — the Event of Golgotha. For we have often
    • working in the general life of men, even when they believe themselves
    • Everywhere to-day in external life, in the widest circles, thinking
    • in life through natural science. They think as he does, but he carries
    • into earthly life in the Lemurian period, the Ahrimanic in the
    • will have to progress to Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man; and of
    • only bring a serious study of life to bear on some of the descriptive
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
    Matching lines:
    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man, would have gone by the board.
    • can be a guide to the important facts of human life to-day.
    • they then throw light on the most important matters. Here in life
    • — the evolution to Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man.
    • but we have to set about it in the right way if in the life of
    • studied when we examine the spiritual life of the Middle Ages.
    • life of the Middle Ages is studied very one-sidedly. But go and look at
    • personality, and then to rise further to Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit,
    • deepest problems of our present life, and because man must be fully
    • apparent life of soul. In the West, men have struggled against this
    • this to be man's life (diagram), and this to be
    • throughout life he experiences as a conceiving, thinking being. Then
    • allowed through. We are only an image of our life before birth, or
    • essential being for the term of our earthly life. “I think,
    • speak differently and say: When did the soul cease to unfold its life
    • again to unfold its life as a super-sensible being? When we die. Here
    • on earth this life is interrupted so that not only the super-sensible
    • should work into our life, but that we may absorb what can be gained
    • through the senses and make it part of our life as a whole. There
    • 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:
    • The Polarity of Continuity and Change in Human Life. The Cosmic
    • followers, a personality who went through a certain life, suffered
    • that some people in Rome wished to infuse with new life.
    • Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man — Augustus and his
    • Augustus wanted to infuse with fresh life. What then is brought about
    • new life is brought into what is dead and was intended for the age of
    • the Sentient Soul. The new life must come from all that Spiritual
    • But Christ Jesus will not appear in external life, as at
    • — in the weakness of their soul-life they strive after
    • from these people being unable to make the effort towards a life of
    • active, a genuine, courageous activity in their soul-life, because in
    • their soul-life they have become invalids and so they turn to what is
    • ground of the positive life of spirit we have the right of negative
    • significance Darwinism and Haeckelism have for scientific life.
    • be deepened so that it gradually leads into spiritual life. What has
    • of human life, is now appearing anew for reasons I have mentioned
    • prevent human life from developing so as to meet the demands of the
    • moral, social, political and religious principles in human life
    • our social, moral or political life to meet the real demands of our
    • anthroposophical understanding of spiritual life must recognise.
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.



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