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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • way in which persons think of the external perceptible
    • world, who think after the way of St. Augustine. They think
    • so, to such a thinker as St. Augustine, the fact is
    • assertion: — “I think, therefore I exist,”
    • But one has to think differently about these things to-day, if
    • one wishes to think exhaustively. And herein the whole
    • mankind, because one has to think differently about these
    • certain Mystery Initiates as a secret which, they think, may
    • think how, 600 years before the Mystery of Golgotha, Buddha,
    • see, my dear friends, that which we think to-day, that which we
    • scientifically-thinking men. What we think and feel in our
    • directions of their thinking, and one may say that Auguste
    • people do think as Auguste Comte did. If one studies the image
    • thought, so a spirit had to think who had absorbed in his soul
    • everything which human beings can Think and Feel and Will is
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • Imaginative Consciousness when we so experience our thinking that,
    • thinks that his physical body brings about his personality is
    • think, or experience as our thoughts or our feelings, is produced
    • one can never think that through what goes on in Nature, any ideal,
    • that a delusion of life was present then. Men had to think of a
    • think to-day of a false Ordering of the body as ordained for
    • order was spread into humanity. Just think how close man of those
    • Golgotha. Men certainly had to think somewhat differently to what
    • To-day a man may think that, with reference to the world around
    • Those who think as Auguste Comte or as the
    • 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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    • way in which persons think of the external perceptible world,
    • who think after the way of St. Augustine. They think this
    • thinker as St. Augustine, the fact is substantiated by his own
    • assertion: — “I think, therefore I exist,”
    • one wishes to think exhaustively. And herein the whole
    • mankind, because one has to think differently about these
    • certain Mystery Initiates as a secret which, they think, may
    • it in the following way. Just think how, 600 years before the
    • see, my dear friends, that which we think to-day, that which we
    • scientifically-thinking men. What we think and feel in our
    • directions of their thinking, and one may say that Auguste
    • people do think as Auguste Comte did. If one studies the image
    • thought, so a spirit had to think who had absorbed in his soul
    • everything which human beings can Think and Feel and Will is
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • when we so experience our thinking that, through the free life
    • thinks that his physical body brings about his personality is
    • think, or experience as our thoughts or our feelings, is
    • that one can never think that through what goes on in Nature,
    • present then. Men had to think of a false Ordering of Nature as
    • a Divine Ordering, just as they have to think to-day of a false
    • into humanity. Just think how close man of those ancient epochs
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. Men certainly had to think somewhat
    • To-day a man may think that, with reference to the world around
    • Those who think as Auguste Comte or as the Socialists to-day,
    • 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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    • think how prosaic, cold, abstract, that all is! Three dimensions
    • really think in different domains it would find countless riddles which
    • dear friends, think for once that someone were to see only the rippled
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • life-period that dates from the change of teeth to puberty. Only think
    • different from what he thinks. There he goes through no development, he
    • is the same being from birth to death, but his thinking, feeling and
    • thinking and also a part of his feeling is a transposing of himself into
    • quite different from his thinking, feeling, willing in ordinary lifer and
    • it may sound to the materialistic thinker, when you form a thought it
    • in the last lecture — a thought on space. The moment you think
    • in truth take place in the realm of duration when we think, feel, will;
    • our comprehending only in later years the thinking life of youth. Our
    • to endow us with a thinking, feeling and willing that trickles in, as
    • quantum of thinking, feeling and willing and then to conserve it for
    • will, and whose thinking and acting run their course automatically,
    • fro between two perceptions. You man (he thinks to himself), you oscillate
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • while, conversely, materialistic thinking promotes a Luciferic spiritualism.
    • quarters whose thinking is incorrect for the present time — for
    • Those who think and make
    • the misleading to false thinking. But I will let you hear a few of the
    • to anthroposophy, in order from certain quarters not because they think
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • It is in this ego that are really enacted all the thinking, feeling
    • to think of it as connected from its evolutionary past with the
    • form of thinking different from that which I recently described to
    • meagre interest in what other people think and feel and will.
    • thinking is of an airy kind, soaring aloft and taking no account of
    • difficulties for Western thinking is to form a conception of
    • educated in theology they may think themselves, speak when they talk
    • like a man who goes up to a mirror and thinks that the reflection arises
    • is constructed, and so is our thinking dependent upon our bodily nature.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • one or other person was thinking would concern us very little. We can
    • they themselves think and feel, and they are not accessible to
    • in their souls, each thinking only of his own affairs, each holding
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • abstract way of human thinking, and had come in other
    • thinking falsely because, were it able to think in accordance with
    • way human thinking wasted astray; it was unable to see that the
    • human destiny to think unavoidably out of a corrupted world-outlook
    • understood in the sense-world. If you think of the various
    • think particularly of the content of what I have given as the Fifth
    • where he cannot be tricked into thinking that death belongs to the
    • disconcerting, thoroughly disconcerting, here. For just think, if
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • matter whether we think as modern botanists do about plants,
    • that these are in line with scientific thinking. This line is
    • we have to consider pursue a scientific kind of thinking, but that
    • Everywhere to-day in external life, in the widest circles, thinking
    • achievements and of the scientific kind of thinking that goes with it.
    • Just think with
    • and thinks he is very clever. He docs not get as far as recognising
    • say that as Richard Wahle thinks, so do all those who find their way about
    • in life through natural science. They think as he does, but he carries
    • prove, out of the scientific method of thinking, that there ought to
    • books, then, he has set himself, as he thinks, a final task: henceforth
    • scientific thinking.
    • by scientific thinkers, which, to speak the truth, are a horrible
    • they would have been — just think of the middle of the epoch
    • ... just think what sort of picture these people could form of
    • of what might have happened if you think over what I have just been
    • them. Just think — we are involved in what could be brought
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • the keenest thinking was united with a certain visionary capacity
    • would have arisen, but materialistically thinking men, men entirely
    • arisen, with its particular method of thinking? What I am now about
    • scientific method of thinking, as I described it for you yesterday,
    • Western scientific thinking.
    • souls that they imagine they have a scientific thinking free from
    • prejudice, whereas this “impartial scientific thinking”
    • that has so deeply influenced Western thinking, and can in fact be
    • have been describing. But just think — man was intended, aided
    • of this, for they think they are falling into an abyss if, when they
    • — I think, therefore I am. Men believed that in thinking they were
    • lives in the world of the senses. We should have to say: I think,
    • therefore I am not. For the moment we begin simply to think,
    • the moment we develop purely inward thinking, we are no more.
    • throughout life he experiences as a conceiving, thinking being. Then
    • essential being for the term of our earthly life. “I think,
    • must just put up with it. It is no good thinking out a poison, like
    • thinking out some poison to rid the world of all those who think
    • the truth can be found, if people want to know how they should think
    • picture of a natural phenomenon. Just think — of course you
    • 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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    • later developed as the scientific method of thinking was already then
    • efforts think in such a way as to be conscious of everything. So the
    • think what he likes about the symbols.” A person of this kind
    • mostly thinks what his simplicity allows him to think, and this is
    • think — we
    • is no longer appropriate to think in that way (so said Professor
    • people nowadays who believe they do a great deal of thinking, in fact
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • It is in this ego that are really enacted all the thinking, feeling
    • to think of it as connected from its evolutionary past with the
    • form of thinking different from that which I recently described to
    • meagre interest in what other people think and feel and will.
    • thinking is of an airy kind, soaring aloft and taking no account of
    • difficulties for Western thinking is to form a conception of
    • educated in theology they may think themselves, speak when they talk
    • like a man who goes up to a mirror and thinks that the reflection arises
    • is constructed, and so is our thinking dependent upon our bodily nature.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • one or other person was thinking would concern us very little. We can
    • they themselves think and feel, and they are not accessible to
    • in their souls, each thinking only of his own affairs, each holding
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • abstract way of human thinking, and had come in other
    • thinking falsely because, were it able to think in accordance with
    • way human thinking wasted astray; it was unable to see that the
    • human destiny to think unavoidably out of a corrupted world-outlook
    • understood in the sense-world. If you think of the various
    • think particularly of the content of what I have given as the Fifth
    • where he cannot be tricked into thinking that death belongs to the
    • disconcerting, thoroughly disconcerting, here. For just think, if
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • matter whether we think as modern botanists do about plants,
    • that these are in line with scientific thinking. This line is
    • we have to consider pursue a scientific kind of thinking, but that
    • Everywhere to-day in external life, in the widest circles, thinking
    • achievements and of the scientific kind of thinking that goes with it.
    • Just think with
    • and thinks he is very clever. He does not get as far as recognising
    • say that as Richard Wahle thinks, so do all those who find their way about
    • in life through natural science. They think as he does, but he carries
    • prove, out of the scientific method of thinking, that there ought to
    • books, then, he has set himself, as he thinks, a final task: henceforth
    • scientific thinking.
    • by scientific thinkers, which, to speak the truth, are a horrible
    • they would have been — just think of the middle of the epoch
    • ... just think what sort of picture these people could form of
    • of what might have happened if you think over what I have just been
    • them. Just think — we are involved in what could be brought
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • the keenest thinking was united with a certain visionary capacity
    • would have arisen, but materialistically thinking men, men entirely
    • arisen, with its particular method of thinking? What I am now about
    • scientific method of thinking, as I described it for you yesterday,
    • Western scientific thinking.
    • souls that they imagine they have a scientific thinking free from
    • prejudice, whereas this “impartial scientific thinking”
    • that has so deeply influenced Western thinking, and can in fact be
    • have been describing. But just think — man was intended, aided
    • of this, for they think they are falling into an abyss if, when they
    • — I think, therefore I am. Men believed that in thinking they were
    • lives in the world of the senses. We should have to say: I think,
    • therefore I am not. For the moment we begin simply to think,
    • the moment we develop purely inward thinking, we are no more.
    • throughout life he experiences as a conceiving, thinking being. Then
    • essential being for the term of our earthly life. “I think,
    • must just put up with it. It is no good thinking out a poison, like
    • thinking out some poison to rid the world of all those who think
    • the truth can be found, if people want to know how they should think
    • picture of a natural phenomenon. Just think — of course you
    • 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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    • later developed as the scientific method of thinking was already then
    • efforts think in such a way as to be conscious of everything. So the
    • think what he likes about the symbols.” A person of this kind
    • mostly thinks what his simplicity allows him to think, and this is
    • think — we
    • is no longer appropriate to think in that way (so said Professor
    • people nowadays who believe they do a great deal of thinking, in fact



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