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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • Sense-world of perception. Now, because Manichaeism took into
    • a person can gain from this Sense-world and his experiences
    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • constructed as they appear to be to the evidence of the senses,
    • appears, when one shuts one's Sense organs to it. That is the
    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • sense in Saint-Simon, if we briefly outline the chief thoughts
    • Demonology. The first stage of evolution in the Comte sense is
    • stage, in which Augusts Comte quite in the sense of his master
    • Sense-Reality of positivistic science. The third stage is
    • sense of the 5th Post Atlantean epoch, with its so absolutely
    • threefold division, one can say in his sense, that this
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • only feel it dimly, because we can only dimly sense the influence
    • nonsense for a man of the second or third millennium of the
    • external nature which he perceived with his senses. At that time he
    • nature outside him as presented to his sense-organs is a strong
    • external sense-reality will appear in its place, and that which
    • senses, will, when the earth reaches the Venus-condition, be
    • metaphysical concepts, a human Ordering appeared which in a sense
    • Men could now only believe in the external sense-phenomena, even in
    • Truth. It is an anachronism to speak to-day in the same sense of
    • sense without falling into an anachronism, and to-day to honour the
    • relates to the sense-life, to a what is in the causal Ordering of
    • sense. A certain basic sentence lies at the bottom of the ideal
    • a certain sense, in a threefold way to the Spiritual striving of
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • Sense-world of perception. Now, because Manichaeism took into
    • a person can gain from this Sense-world and his experiences
    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • constructed as they appear to be to the evidence of the senses,
    • appears, when one shuts one's Sense organs to it, That is the
    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • in a certain sense in Saint-Simon, if we briefly outline the
    • Demonology. The first stage of evolution in the Comte sense is
    • stage, in which Auguste Comte quite in the sense of his master
    • Sense-Reality of positivistic science. The third stage is
    • sense of the 5th Post-Atlantean epoch, with its so absolutely
    • threefold division, one can say in his sense, that this
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • feel it dimly, because we can only dimly sense the influence of
    • been sheer nonsense for a man of the second or third millennium
    • perceived with his senses. At that time he confused the Divine
    • external nature outside him as presented to his sense-organs in
    • longer exists, then another external sense-reality will appear
    • ears all that we perceive around us with all our senses, will,
    • human Ordering appeared which in a sense so stamped itself on
    • believe in the external sense-phenomena, even inhuman life.
    • It is an anachronism to speak to-day in the same sense of
    • to-day in the same sense without falling into an anachronism,
    • Science which simply relates to the sense-life, to a what is in
    • Utilitarianism even in a deeper sense. A certain basic sentence
    • Benthamism. These three things stand in a certain sense,
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • a figurative sense — divine teachers themselves instructed men
    • a form of conceiving sense-phenomena. This abstraction, space, of which
    • vestige of the sense of standing with his personality, his human self
    • experience of sense in the shape, of wisdom in the form in all possible
    • variations, this feeling of oneself within this harmony of sense and
    • existence for the senses, which requires thickness, needs before and
    • behind if it is to exist in the element of the sense-perceptible.
    • participation in the right and left, in the interweaving of sense and
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • which you pass through in the sense that you grasp in age what has taken
    • worlds. And in a certain sense we have the task as man so to live our
    • man, not the head-man, but the extremities, man in the broader sense;
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • as I said in the last lecture, does not manifest in sense-perceptible
    • you know the point of time in the earthly sense when present-day humanity
    • In a certain sense therefore man, has formed a link as earth-man between
    • or rather, these crystal-forms, are in a certain sense the inborn, archetypal
    • for example, go away saying: What crazy nonsense the fellow talked!
    • What crazy nonsense the fellow talked! — these souls were not
    • these things in the most outstanding sense can be thrusting human nature
    • sense at what plays on the surface; one must go into the actual reality,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • must be grasped in a more concrete and spiritual sense.
    • consider man in a spiritual sense, we can no longer speak only of
    • only with human life in the sense-perceptible world. Therefore in our
    • In the sense of
    • outer world of the senses, or the historical life of man taking its
    • Knowledge of man in the right sense is acquired only if we permeate
    • a wise sense and from developing interest in it? What is this
    • own sense — that he is possessed by Lucifer, loses interest in
    • Spirits of Form are in a certain sense the ruling forces in earthly
    • this is meant to correspond to reality, it is nonsense. It is most
    • the present stage of evolution, so very few men have any lively sense
    • senses has power to work upon the inner being of man. If the
    • that in the external existence of the senses energies are contained
    • sense. That, however, is really no different from speaking of a
    • then we find that it can be looked upon in a certain sense as the
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • of the senses, they saw at the same time a spiritual element there;
    • the sense-perceptible world. That is a salient point in the Mystery
    • proof by the senses.
    • same way that men of old looked into the world of the senses and
    • Asia, who were in a certain sense spiritually proud, people who
    • being. You know that in a certain sense we
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • external historical evidence perceptible to the senses. Anyone
    • approaching it by supersensible means, not through the senses.
    • through his own understanding developed within the sense-world. I
    • would be the only sense in torture; the aim is to force them to
    • Tertullian was a man with a fine sense of the absurd in life. He was
    • abstractions of Rome, for he was permeated with a lively sense of the
    • looks around with his senses at his environment and wishes to grasp
    • the world of the senses with his understanding, then among the
    • phenomena of the senses he encounter? also the phenomena of
    • that the mystery of death plays into the life of the senses is indeed
    • concepts, because it assigns to the sense-world phenomena which
    • indeed are manifest in the sense-world but in their whole being
    • place in the sense-world, because that is what it appears to be. But
    • able to deal with the entire world of the senses, including death and
    • its outlook concerning the world of the senses is falsified. We shall
    • never perceive what man is as a sense-being if we ascribe to the
    • sense-world the inherited qualities, which are indeed connected with
    • belongs to the world of the senses.
    • concentrated on the realm of the senses, they had no wish to
    • gaze is directed purely to the world of the senses — as it was
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • with great pride, even with real arrogance. In a certain sense those who
    • ghosts, but not in the sense that ghosts were believed in during the
    • certain sense to bring home nature to modern consciousness in a
    • not come about like that, because in a certain sense the serpent was
    • spiritual sense. It could be prevented by the establishing of
    • sense-world, is nevertheless in harmony with the supersensible.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • them, in a certain sense, by those Regents of the world from whom
    • will indeed regard it as in the highest sense dangerous for mankind,
    • driven out and only the sense-perceptible retained; we can trace the
    • behaved towards the Arabian philosophers; see how in the sense of
    • supersensible makes its appearance in the world of the senses. Birth
    • the point of view of the senses, for they are not sense-phenomena. To
    • regard them as sense-phenomena is not in accordance with truth; the
    • realise that as we live here in the sense-world, we have only an
    • lives in the world of the senses. We should have to say: I think,
    • where we enter the world of the senses only the image of us is
    • through the senses and make it part of our life as a whole. There
    • perceived by the senses. We behold instead what comes to birth
    • our senses on all sides.
    • or the other senses; they are the combined outcome of other spiritual
    • Christian world-order — which in this sense is the wise divine
    • accumulate knowledge of nature merely in the present-day sense, which
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • Consciousness Soul we have to aim, was in a certain sense prepared
    • But in what sense he was an important, an incisively effective personality
    • His counsel; in a certain sense they can enter into a direct personal
    • is all invalidism of the soul in a certain sense. It is the
    • what the senses do not teach, because I have shown also what
    • Building in a trivial sense; it must be understood in
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • must be grasped in a more concrete and spiritual sense.
    • consider man in a spiritual sense, we can no longer speak only of
    • only with human life in the sense-perceptible world. Therefore in our
    • In the sense of
    • outer world of the senses, or the historical life of man taking its
    • Knowledge of man in the right sense is acquired only if we permeate
    • a wise sense and from developing interest in it? What is this
    • own sense — that he is possessed by Lucifer, loses interest in
    • Spirits of Form are in a certain sense the ruling forces in earthly
    • this is meant to correspond to reality, it is nonsense. It is most
    • the present stage of evolution, so very few men have any lively sense
    • senses has power to work upon the inner being of man. If the
    • that in the external existence of the senses energies are contained
    • sense. That, however, is really no different from speaking of a
    • then we find that it can be looked upon in a certain sense as the
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • of the senses, they saw at the same time a spiritual element there;
    • the sense-perceptible world. That is a salient point in the Mystery
    • proof by the senses.
    • same way that men of old looked into the world of the senses and
    • Asia, who were in a certain sense spiritually proud, people who
    • being. You know that in a certain sense we
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • external historical evidence perceptible to the senses. Anyone
    • approaching it by super-sensible means, not through the senses.
    • through his own understanding developed within the sense-world. I
    • would be the only sense in torture; the aim is to force them to
    • Tertullian was a man with a fine sense of the absurd in life. He was
    • abstractions of Rome, for he was permeated with a lively sense of the
    • looks around with his senses at his environment and wishes to grasp
    • the world of the senses with his understanding, then among the
    • phenomena of the senses he encounter? also the phenomena of
    • that the mystery of death plays into the life of the senses is indeed
    • concepts, because it assigns to the sense-world phenomena which
    • indeed are manifest in the sense-world but in their whole being
    • place in the sense-world, because that is what it appears to be. But
    • able to deal with the entire world of the senses, including death and
    • its outlook concerning the world of the senses is falsified. We shall
    • never perceive what man is as a sense-being if we ascribe to the
    • sense-world the inherited qualities, which are indeed connected with
    • belongs to the world of the senses.
    • concentrated on the realm of the senses, they had no wish to
    • gaze is directed purely to the world of the senses — as it was
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • with great pride, even with real arrogance. In a certain sense those who
    • ghosts, but not in the sense that ghosts were believed in during the
    • certain sense to bring home nature to modern consciousness in a
    • not come about like that, because in a certain sense the serpent was
    • spiritual sense. It could be prevented by the establishing of
    • sense-world, is nevertheless in harmony with the super-sensible.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • them, in a certain sense, by those Regents of the world from whom
    • will indeed regard it as in the highest sense dangerous for mankind,
    • driven out and only the sense-perceptible retained; we can trace the
    • behaved towards the Arabian philosophers; see how in the sense of
    • super-sensible makes its appearance in the world of the senses. Birth
    • the point of view of the senses, for they are not sense-phenomena. To
    • regard them as sense-phenomena is not in accordance with truth; the
    • realise that as we live here in the sense-world, we have only an
    • lives in the world of the senses. We should have to say: I think,
    • where we enter the world of the senses only the image of us is
    • through the senses and make it part of our life as a whole. There
    • perceived by the senses. We behold instead what comes to birth
    • our senses on all sides.
    • or the other senses; they are the combined outcome of other spiritual
    • Christian world-order — which in this sense is the wise divine
    • accumulate knowledge of nature merely in the present-day sense, which
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • Consciousness Soul we have to aim, was in a certain sense prepared
    • But in what sense he was an important, an incisively effective personality
    • His counsel; in a certain sense they can enter into a direct personal
    • is all invalidism of the soul in a certain sense. It is the
    • what the senses do not teach, because I have shown also what
    • Building in a trivial sense; it must be understood in



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