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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • by way of preparation, I should like to point to a few
    • justifiable view of the world, in so far as it points man's
    • Western philosophy, one must point to the apex of his
    • he finally developed. That is the point, my dear friends; and
    • stand on a firm substantial point. On the other hand, a men is
    • starting-points of the Augustinian philosophy
    • Descartes again took up that point; he lived from 1596 to 1650,
    • he takes as his starting point, and in this perception he
    • simply takes the standpoint of St. Augustine.
    • particular point of time in human evolution acquires certain
    • standpoint, as I have often told you, if it were
    • so, from our point of view, we can look back on St. Augustine
    • standpoint, one must sharply look to this. — that he
    • belief that one can reach a firm standpoint in one's inner
    • shall speak further on this point in the next two lectures.
    • see how from the standpoint we have acquired to-day we can look
    • back at the standpoint of St. Augustine, how we can understand
    • Post-Atlantean age, because with especial sharpness he points
    • Ideal; and in this stream he seeks to find a firm point. St.
    • Augustine sought that firm point. To-day we only want to bring
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  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • placed in a definite point of time. How this permeation of the
    • it does seem to be so. At this point of time man help regarding his
    • this Duality up to a certain point; experiencing on the one hand
    • third Hierarchy, as I have pointed out, — in other words,
    • at a certain definite point of time; and that which to-day
    • Concerning this point, humanity to-day gives way to a colossal
    • under the surface; and, starting from this, I should like to point
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • by way of preparation, I Should like to point to a few
    • justifiable view of the world, in se far as it points man's
    • western philosophy, one must point to the apex of his
    • he finally developed. That is the point, my dear friends; and
    • firm substantial point. On the other hand, a man is present in
    • formed one of the starting-points of the Augustinian
    • Descartes again took up that point; he lived from 1596 to 1650,
    • he takes as his starting point, and in this perception he
    • simply takes the standpoint of St. Augustine.
    • particular point of time in human evolution acquires certain
    • standpoint, as I have often told you, if it were
    • so, from our point of view, we can look back on St. Augustine
    • standpoint, one must sharply look to this. — that he
    • belief that one can reach a firm standpoint in one's inner
    • shall speak further on this point in the next two lectures.
    • see hew from the standpoint we have acquired to-day we can look
    • back at the standpoint of St. Augustine, how we can understand
    • Post-Atlantean age, because with especial sharpness he points
    • Ideal; and in this stream he seeks to find a firm point. St.
    • Augustine sought that firm point. To-day we only want to bring
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • because it has been placed in a definite point of time. How
    • point of time man [needs] help regarding his flesh and blood as
    • up to a certain point; experiencing on the one hand the
    • Hierarchy, as I have pointed out, — in other words,
    • Ordering of matter ceases at a certain definite point of time;
    • Concerning this point, humanity to-day gives way to a colossal
    • point to another very dominant English philosopher, Bentham,
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • If above and below is pointing
    • things, but it shall not occupy our time today. I will only point out
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • week I pointed out how with the aid of the science of initiation one
    • around us continually, to the true reality. And I pointed out that the
    • is ripe. But I have already pointed out to you that the way life is
    • differently from the customary way of seeing it from the standpoint
    • things sound a paradox when one points to the realm of reality) —
    • the point whether one is Montaigne or Augustine, the point is that what
    • and make the earth our starting point; they would like to wipe out our
    • that these things are difficult, for that is not at all the point. I
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • you know the point of time in the earthly sense when present-day humanity
    • have a point where a bridge is built between two world-currents which
    • spiritual law, and these things must be viewed from the standpoint of
    • from the standpoint of deeper investigation it is not so. The souls
    • men for the point of time when the social cancer would reach its special
    • nothing, because when one merely talks of natural facts and then points
    • (on The Apocalypse) I pointed out that direct personal influence
    • Years after the reality has been pointed out through the researches
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • points of view we have described the special characteristics of the
    • 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
    • particular influence, and where the point at which particular
    • tendency to look at the world from the airy viewpoint of a bird, as
    • points to the Luciferic. So, too, does the impulse that is always
    • following point — that a great deal in the world would be
    • Luciferic fantasy; the point is not to cherish a general idea but to
    • standpoint of a nebulous mysticism, or in terms of abstract ideas,
    • death itself comes about at a certain point of time. Everything in
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • point is that the Luciferic and Ahrimanic streams reached a certain
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. And among all the diverse points of view
    • the sense-perceptible world. That is a salient point in the Mystery
    • the point that can be reached through the Christ Impulse having
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • point of view. I have in mind two phenomena about which I said a few
    • the point of not setting inherited characteristics in a moral
    • Mystery of Golgotha, mankind would by then have reacted to the point
    • spiritual connections, do not really belong there. We must point to
    • savage peoples were the starting-point of the human race.
    • correct from the standpoint of natural science. You arrive at the
    • beyond its boundaries, it shows the points where supersensible
    • they have considered it to be their divinely-appointed aim to give
    • members, as I have often said (the point in the blue circle.)
    • even demons tell the truth and point to the true Christ, the demons
    • an intellectual standpoint — as though I ought to count them
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • The main point
    • scientists, but are only pointers to a reality which is to be sought
    • asks: Whence comes this ghost? When we reach the point of recognising
    • about, man would get to the point of experiencing the polaric
    • At this point
    • actually happening. This critical point occurred about 666 years
    • this mid-point, but after. It signifies the highest possible reality
    • conditions, 666 was the most favourable point of time for this; the
    • balance. Now, consider: 333 was the mid-point of the fourth
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, at the point in time which lay as far behind the
    • middle of the fourth post-Atlantean epoch as the point of time when the
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • an unfamiliar point of view, but one of outstanding significance. Let
    • the Consciousness Soul. All the affairs of this epoch point finally
    • man has been united since his starting-point, Beings who lead him on
    • men would have gone through a quite different point in their
    • have been cut short. They would have come to the point of acquiring
    • another point of view for judging rightly what the Event of Golgotha is
    • showed him Leonardo's “Last Supper,” pointing out the
    • capacity, in conjunction with the divine-spiritual Beings appointed
    • described them from a certain point of view but we will call them up
    • the point of view of the senses, for they are not sense-phenomena. To
    • point in fighting this ghost — in our various ways we
    • from the scientific point of view, you arrive at conceptions only of
    • looks right into nature from a higher point of view beholds as a true
    • at some points is always indicating the truth. Somewhere a pointer to
    • connection with our third point, an entirely selfless social order.
    • connection with the second point, I mentioned a force which is bound up
    • influence of this force. As I have said from other points of view,
    • first point, with knowledge of the mysteries of birth and death.
    • of what is meant by this first point, realises the following, which I
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • an ideal point — something we cannot really see. Yet it is
    • pivot in a pair of scales. The year 333 is indeed the mid-point of
    • the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, the midpoint of that
    • events, this midpoint of 333 is as little apparent as the
    • mid-point of a balance. But we could indicate something else, 333
    • souls during the fourth century, at the time of the turning-point,
    • Emperor Augustus was the centre-point of quite conscious Roman
    • points of distinction between the Roman and the Greek outlooks —
    • the turning-point — to blot out all possibility of the
    • standpoint of the Sentient Soul — what becomes of the part that
    • ourselves rightly to this central point, the sacrifice of the Mass,
    • turning-point of the fourth post-Atlantean age, the year 333, so we
    • to-day are facing a turning-point. The time is rather shorter because
    • reckon that to-day we have 333 years again before the turning-point.
    • limits and point out how science itself will have to advance towards
    • friends, from the standpoint of Spiritual Science, out of which I
    • been speaking to-day, to be understood from the standpoint of the
    • meant that cannot be fully justified from the standpoint of
    • this thought will arise the creation that is to be the centre-point
    • given the necessary point of time in this age for finding the Christ
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • points of view we have described the special characteristics of the
    • 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
    • particular influence, and where the point at which particular
    • tendency to look at the world from the airy viewpoint of a bird, as
    • points to the Luciferic. So, too, does the impulse that is always
    • following point — that a great deal in the world would be
    • Luciferic fantasy; the point is not to cherish a general idea but to
    • standpoint of a nebulous mysticism, or in terms of abstract ideas,
    • death itself comes about at a certain point of time. Everything in
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • point is that the Luciferic and Ahrimanic streams reached a certain
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. And among all the diverse points of view
    • the sense-perceptible world. That is a salient point in the Mystery
    • the point that can be reached through the Christ Impulse having
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • point of view. I have in mind two phenomena about which I said a few
    • the point of not setting inherited characteristics in a moral
    • Mystery of Golgotha, mankind would by then have reacted to the point
    • spiritual connections, do not really belong there. We must point to
    • savage peoples were the starting-point of the human race.
    • correct from the standpoint of natural science. You arrive at the
    • beyond its boundaries, it shows the points where super-sensible
    • they have considered it to be their divinely-appointed aim to give
    • members, as I have often said (the point in the blue circle.)
    • even demons tell the truth and point to the true Christ, the demons
    • an intellectual standpoint — as though I ought to count them
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • The main point
    • scientists, but are only pointers to a reality which is to be sought
    • asks: Whence comes this ghost? When we reach the point of recognising
    • about, man would get to the point of experiencing the polaric
    • At this point
    • actually happening. This critical point occurred about 666 years
    • this mid-point, but after. It signifies the highest possible reality
    • conditions, 666 was the most favourable point of time for this; the
    • balance. Now, consider: 333 was the mid-point of the fourth
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, at the point in time which lay as far behind the
    • middle of the fourth post-Atlantean epoch as the point of time when the
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • an unfamiliar point of view, but one of outstanding significance. Let
    • the Consciousness Soul. All the affairs of this epoch point finally
    • man has been united since his starting-point, Beings who lead him on
    • men would have gone through a quite different point in their
    • have been cut short. They would have come to the point of acquiring
    • another point of view for judging rightly what the Event of Golgotha is
    • showed him Leonardo's “Last Supper,” pointing out the
    • capacity, in conjunction with the divine-spiritual Beings appointed
    • described them from a certain point of view but we will call them up
    • the point of view of the senses, for they are not sense-phenomena. To
    • point in fighting this ghost — in our various ways we
    • from the scientific point of view, you arrive at conceptions only of
    • looks right into nature from a higher point of view beholds as a true
    • at some points is always indicating the truth. Somewhere a pointer to
    • connection with our third point, an entirely selfless social order.
    • connection with the second point, I mentioned a force which is bound up
    • influence of this force. As I have said from other points of view,
    • first point, with knowledge of the mysteries of birth and death.
    • of what is meant by this first point, realises the following, which I
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • an ideal point — something we cannot really see. Yet it is
    • pivot in a pair of scales. The year 333 is indeed the mid-point of
    • the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, the midpoint of that
    • events, this midpoint of 333 is as little apparent as the
    • mid-point of a balance. But we could indicate something else, 333
    • souls during the fourth century, at the time of the turning-point,
    • Emperor Augustus was the centre-point of quite conscious Roman
    • points of distinction between the Roman and the Greek outlooks —
    • the turning-point — to blot out all possibility of the
    • standpoint of the Sentient Soul — what becomes of the part that
    • ourselves rightly to this central point, the sacrifice of the Mass,
    • turning-point of the fourth post-Atlantean age, the year 333, so we
    • to-day are facing a turning-point. The time is rather shorter because
    • reckon that to-day we have 333 years again before the turning-point.
    • limits and point out how science itself will have to advance towards
    • friends, from the standpoint of Spiritual Science, out of which I
    • been speaking to-day, to be understood from the standpoint of the
    • meant that cannot be fully justified from the standpoint of
    • this thought will arise the creation that is to be the centre-point
    • given the necessary point of time in this age for finding the Christ
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