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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • schein) of the super-sensible, it thereby gives many people the
    • There had not yet come to people in his age that tremendous
    • people trouble so little as to how certain impulses in
    • People became Metaphysical when they no longer wanted to
    • memory of such people as Newton or Galileo, or Kepler; the
    • condemnation of such people as Julian the Apostate or Napoleon.
    • people do think as Auguste Comte did. If one studies the image
    • appeared to him as though the learned people of the last
    • the unlearned people.” That was the time when Schelling
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • People to-day have not the right feeling for these things, they do
    • one approaches the idea of Divine Judgment. Suppose two people are
    • thinking of his people, and with a certain justice one must
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • schein) of the supersensible, it thereby gives many people the
    • There had not yet come to people in his age that tremendous
    • people trouble so little as to how certain impulses in
    • People became Metaphysical when they no longer it wasted
    • memory of such people as Newton or Galileo, or Kepler; the
    • condemnation of such people as Julian the Apostate or Napoleon.
    • people do think as Auguste Comte did. If one studies the image
    • appeared to him as though the learned people of the last
    • the unlearned people.” That was the time when Schelling
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • has undergone a complete transformation. People to-day have not
    • Judgment. Suppose two people are fighting a duel, (I will not
    • characteristic of the thinking of his people, and with a
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • concepts, two concepts living in man's soul. People denote them at every
    • sensitive people — though indeed it is only a trace. One need
    • abstraction and only a few people perceive the depth-dimension, the
    • people that come and say that no external proof for this or that is
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • effort which is agreeable to most people, the effort to find a single
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • choice, to many, many people, and that then only a few separate out
    • were to say: Well, people are doing the same thing in external life.
    • impress people in spite of misleading and alluring them, because they
    • truths. It is obvious that if people are only allowed to frame their
    • assigned to the English and American, the English-speaking peoples.
    • that has great influence on the English-American peoples (that is the
    • only through unknown channels. And the non-English-speaking peoples
    • People nowadays are not inclined to consider what grows out of some affair
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • present-day consciousness. What many people to-day call the
    • nature produces a certain lack of interest in other people. And if we
    • meagre interest in what other people think and feel and will.
    • interest in other people? It must be a future task of human culture
    • often said to consist in what anyone may say about people in
    • Taking people as they are and being quite clear that everyone is as
    • to other people, and enables us to find the other man in ourselves,
    • of it. People then believe that they judge out of their own
    • people would explain away the spaceless as sheer fantasy; and it is
    • ourselves, is the sole reason why people maintain that their
    • three a cessation of organic functions is seen, people generalise.
    • widespread among men be overcome. And people will then have
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • Semitic peoples. This
    • people of the West. This influence,
    • people refuse to believe is how entirely different for men of old was
    • is still widespread. The same feelings that people still have in
    • characterise as follows: People would have become hard and detached
    • there were very many people — more than is generally thought
    • Asia, who were in a certain sense spiritually proud, people who
    • people — but as proud, lonely men who hugged their loneliness.
    • trouble about other people, but merely to follow the way of their own
    • people could be given an understanding of the Christ Impulse was to
    • contrast, a false polarity. Have you not heard people saying:
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • often called reality — and although in the opinion of people versed
    • all clever people must look upon him really as a simpleton.
    • of this kind it is certainly remarkable how one-sidedly people judge.
    • people without seeing all that we are studying in the light of
    • people — of
    • the time of the Mystery of Golgotha people still thought about death
    • with nature. The Semitic peoples looked upon inherited
    • outlooks appeared most typically among the leading peoples and
    • blasphemy. A God as conceived by the majority of people, a God who
    • of denying the spirit because people would have ceased to recognise
    • world-outlook people turned to an impersonal spirituality, this world
    • — was the Luciferic world. What people call something is
    • savage peoples were the starting-point of the human race.
    • impulses to the will. People often say: “I
    • himself. Otherwise its meaning is no different from what people call
    • “understanding.” What people themselves call
    • people ask intellectually: Why, why, why is this so? Or: How is this
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • speak thus have right on their side, for most educated people to-day
    • does matter is whether people form their thoughts about the world so
    • followed to-day by most people who have any kind of schooling
    • and are therefore not illiterate or nearly so. Thus the people whom
    • takes a scientific direction. Nowadays for most people religion is
    • we find that people for the most part believed in ghosts, in demons,
    • judgment on the people of former ages; he pats himself on the back
    • that through ghosts, in still older times, people formed their
    • world that interests people but the world of nature. The ability of
    • nature. There are, as people say, limits to our knowledge of nature.
    • inventing ghosts; but whereas the people of old invented ghosts
    • forces were still strong; for people to-day, when impulses for action
    • visibly for ordinary people, particularly for men of the West —
    • arisen, particularly among educated people in the West. For geniuses
    • unsuspecting Western peoples.
    • and hear people describing the wonderful progress made in recent decades
    • ... just think what sort of picture these people could form of
    • humanity in 2493, when in 1918 they are already so clever! People
    • year 666! With their lack of self-discipline people would have come
    • idea of how people would then have behaved if in this way genius had
    • 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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    • People would have become extraordinarily perfected as men of the
    • event, of very little interest to ordinary people, but all the same an
    • which told people not that each individual is to develop the
    • over this profound truth. People will never gain knowledge of the
    • the truth can be found, if people want to know how they should think
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • spread among the people
    • modern ways of thought. This was 333 years from the time when people
    • sides for later people to contemplate. At first he is quite independent
    • apply to ail the regions of the earth.) How did people look on
    • the old Roman Empire, where people were ignorant of the fact that
    • such a way that in these matters people have actually been driven
    • covered up; people have not been allowed to know about them. In the
    • Above all, people were to be limited to what they had acquired for
    • that which had been proper to the people of earlier times, the time
    • which had proved effective in earlier times, before people had
    • that some people in Rome wished to infuse with new life.
    • only people had a feeling for such distinctions — between
    • keep people from understanding them, even from asking what anything
    • symbols.” One may say this to people who answer: “That is
    • these people — they are very numerous and I know many of them
    • from these people being unable to make the effort towards a life of
    • all this came about because some people in Rome did their utmost to
    • people nowadays who believe they do a great deal of thinking, in fact
    • their own aims. If people would only wake up to what is being willed
    • people who are not fully awake to the impulses at work in the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • present-day consciousness. What many people to-day call the
    • nature produces a certain lack of interest in other people. And if we
    • meagre interest in what other people think and feel and will.
    • interest in other people? It must be a future task of human culture
    • often said to consist in what anyone may say about people in
    • Taking people as they are and being quite clear that everyone is as
    • to other people, and enables us to find the other man in ourselves,
    • of it. People then believe that they judge out of their own
    • people would explain away the spaceless as sheer fantasy; and it is
    • ourselves, is the sole reason why people maintain that their
    • three a cessation of organic functions is seen, people generalise.
    • widespread among men be overcome. And people will then have
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • Semitic peoples. This
    • people of the West. This influence,
    • people refuse to believe is how entirely different for men of old was
    • is still widespread. The same feelings that people still have in
    • characterise as follows: People would have become hard and detached
    • there were very many people — more than is generally thought
    • Asia, who were in a certain sense spiritually proud, people who
    • people — but as proud, lonely men who hugged their loneliness.
    • trouble about other people, but merely to follow the way of their own
    • people could be given an understanding of the Christ Impulse was to
    • contrast, a false polarity. Have you not heard people saying:
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • often called reality — and although in the opinion of people versed
    • all clever people must look upon him really as a simpleton.
    • of this kind it is certainly remarkable how one-sidedly people judge.
    • people without seeing all that we are studying in the light of
    • people — of
    • the time of the Mystery of Golgotha people still thought about death
    • with nature. The Semitic peoples looked upon inherited
    • outlooks appeared most typically among the leading peoples and
    • blasphemy. A God as conceived by the majority of people, a God who
    • of denying the spirit because people would have ceased to recognise
    • world-outlook people turned to an impersonal spirituality, this world
    • — was the Luciferic world. What people call something is
    • savage peoples were the starting-point of the human race.
    • impulses to the will. People often say: “I
    • himself. Otherwise its meaning is no different from what people call
    • “understanding.” What people themselves call
    • people ask intellectually: Why, why, why is this so? Or: How is this
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • speak thus have right on their side, for most educated people to-day
    • does matter is whether people form their thoughts about the world so
    • followed to-day by most people who have any kind of schooling
    • and are therefore not illiterate or nearly so. Thus the people whom
    • takes a scientific direction. Nowadays for most people religion is
    • we find that people for the most part believed in ghosts, in demons,
    • judgment on the people of former ages; he pats himself on the back
    • that through ghosts, in still older times, people formed their
    • world that interests people but the world of nature. The ability of
    • nature. There are, as people say, limits to our knowledge of nature.
    • inventing ghosts; but whereas the people of old invented ghosts
    • forces were still strong; for people to-day, when impulses for action
    • visibly for ordinary people, particularly for men of the West —
    • arisen, particularly among educated people in the West. For geniuses
    • unsuspecting Western peoples.
    • and hear people describing the wonderful progress made in recent decades
    • ... just think what sort of picture these people could form of
    • humanity in 2493, when in 1918 they are already so clever! People
    • year 666! With their lack of self-discipline people would have come
    • idea of how people would then have behaved if in this way genius had
    • 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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    • People would have become extraordinarily perfected as men of the
    • event, of very little interest to ordinary people, but all the same an
    • which told people not that each individual is to develop the
    • over this profound truth. People will never gain knowledge of the
    • the truth can be found, if people want to know how they should think
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • spread among the people
    • modern ways of thought. This was 333 years from the time when people
    • sides for later people to contemplate. At first he is quite independent
    • apply to ail the regions of the earth.) How did people look on
    • the old Roman Empire, where people were ignorant of the fact that
    • such a way that in these matters people have actually been driven
    • covered up; people have not been allowed to know about them. In the
    • Above all, people were to be limited to what they had acquired for
    • that which had been proper to the people of earlier times, the time
    • which had proved effective in earlier times, before people had
    • that some people in Rome wished to infuse with new life.
    • only people had a feeling for such distinctions — between
    • keep people from understanding them, even from asking what anything
    • symbols.” One may say this to people who answer: “That is
    • these people — they are very numerous and I know many of them
    • from these people being unable to make the effort towards a life of
    • all this came about because some people in Rome did their utmost to
    • people nowadays who believe they do a great deal of thinking, in fact
    • their own aims. If people would only wake up to what is being willed
    • people who are not fully awake to the impulses at work in the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.



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