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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • any knowledge of the truth itself. It was doubt of the
    • knowledge of the Truth through which St. Augustine also passed;
    • truth; that man can gain nothing out of it on which he can
    • reference to what man experiences in his inner soul as truth,
    • is the truth; that is certain. That firm basis for the
    • admittance of an indisputable truth, formed one of the
    • human beings will not admit this. They like to have truths
    • presented to them, not as the truths for one definite epoch of
    • assumes uncertainty as to the truths of all external
    • forms. Their waking life of truth dived down, as it were, into
    • that what was experienced as inner truth, was not only truth
    • still cling to certain living Mystery-Truth. The Mystery Truths
    • that which shines indubitably in us as truth, without doubt
    • truth shines in our inner being, but it shines simply as a
    • should be, if we experienced our inward truth as though it were
    • experiences inwardly as Truth.
    • seriously although that is simply cowardice, because in truth
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • That is the Fundamental Truth which we mast
    • realise. With reference to this Fundamental Truth, modern humanity,
    • truth itself has undergone a complete transformation.
    • not as yet realise aright the fact, that the very concept of Truth
    • Truth as human beings get to-day under the authority of Natural
    • him, truth consists in the coinciding of an idea with external
    • of Truth simply did not exist in the first Christian
    • Centuries. There was another idea of Truth then, which was
    • of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not exist then.
    • is more easy to recognise the concept of Truth which lived then, if
    • if that were so the duel would hardly occur; the truth only emerges
    • truth at the present day, in the case of war. We should not wage
    • of truth is rooted even to-day, that truth itself can only he
    • old concept of Truth.
    • Socialists to-day, have completely broken with this idea of Truth.
    • They only recognise a truth as such, where the event in its course
    • of Truth in our modern age. But, my dear friends, with the concept
    • life through this idea of Truth, which Auguste Comte and
    • concept of Truth as divine Judgment, for that stood under the
    • influence of the Delusion of Life. Our modern concept of Truth
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  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • any knowledge of the truth itself. It was doubt of the
    • knowledge of the Truth through which St. Augustine also passed;
    • no unconditional certainty, can give no unconditioned truth;
    • experiences in his inner sou1 as truth, he gives himself over
    • as one's ideas and feelings, is the truth; that is certain.
    • That firm basis for the admittance of an indisputable truth,
    • human beings will not admit this. They like to have truths
    • presented to them, not as the truths for one definite epoch of
    • assumes uncertainty as to the truths of all external
    • work, but in other forms. Their waking life of truth dived
    • truth, was not only truth but also reality, because one knew
    • cling to certain living Mystery-Truths. The Mystery Truths, to
    • that which shines indubitably in us as truth, without doubt
    • life. We can say: — it is true that the truth shines in
    • inward truth as though it were a reality like the external
    • experiences inwardly as Truth.
    • seriously although that Is simply cowardice, because in truth
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • That is the Fundamental Truth which we mast realise, With
    • reference to this Fundamental Truth, modern humanity, by reason
    • Therewith, my dear friends, the concept of truth itself
    • aright the fact, that the very concept of Truth has undergone a
    • under a theocratic Ordering, have no such idea of Truth as
    • him, truth consists in the coinciding of an idea with external
    • concept of Truth simply did not exist in the First Christian
    • Centuries. There was another idea of Truth then, which was
    • concept of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not
    • realised now. It is more easy to recognise the concept of Truth
    • were so the duel would hardly occur; the truth only emerges in
    • of truth at the present day, in the case of war. We should not
    • old concept of truth is rooted even to-day, that truth itself
    • fall. That is the old concept of Truth.
    • have completely broken with this idea of Truth. They only
    • recognise a truth as such, where the event in its course can be
    • Truth in our modern age. But, my dear friends, with the concept
    • historical life through this idea of Truth, which Auguste Comte
    • old concept of Truth as Divine Judgment, for that stood under
    • Truth stands under the influence of our Delusion in
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  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • come to a standstill. It is a profound truth presented in one of the
    • in truth take place in the realm of duration when we think, feel, will;
    • To know the truth always demands our strengthening ourselves to know
    • it; truth does not come to us if we want merely to remain passive. To
    • know the truth means that one knows oneself to be standing in the two
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • into the lower nature. The paradoxical truth appears before our soul
    • case, let us suppose that an ecclesiastical truth, not imbued with spirituality,
    • taking hold of him. And related to such an ecclesiastical truth is abstract
    • yet ready to receive the truth of the spirit, but it is necessary for
    • gain increasing momentum. In the spreading of spiritual truths there
    • spiritual truths. The Roman Catholic Church, for instance, is even
    • truths. It is obvious that if people are only allowed to frame their
    • is erected against the inflow of spiritual truths from the spiritual
    • truths which are revealed to the world from time to time it will naturally
    • of spiritual truths from the spiritual worlds; this Centre consciously
    • or tells them how the deeper truths of spiritual science are to be found
    • over certain circles by showing them one has a truth which they really
    • truth, the greater the hostility, and the more this truth proves effective
    • anthroposophy says untruth, but because they fear it will say the true
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • with mere illusions, mere phantoms. In truth, we are not to be found
    • truth, what can be called death is different in plants, different in
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • this truth — without the Mystery of Golgotha, man
    • contrast, imparted by those who wish to speak the truth out of the
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • truths, the deepest truths, relating to the Mystery of Golgotha must
    • mankind in such a way that access to its truths is finally
    • therefore, could give expression to the truth about Christianity only
    • other cases those who are tortured are accused of denying the truth;
    • torturing is not to force them to speak the truth, which
    • say what is untrue, while they continue to speak the truth. And
    • when out of their souls they testify to the truth, they are looked
    • questions to them, you will receive the truth. But you do not want to
    • receive the truth from these demonic beings. If an accused Christian is
    • death mixed into it everywhere. We learn something about the truth of
    • truth, it would have to separate off from nature a picture of human
    • truth if, both for man's beginning and his end and for the origin and
    • with the truth, the more it contradicts what can be said by a natural
    • which in truth is a reflection of all the Hierarchies. So much error
    • shows us death and birth in a false light shall we reach the truth
    • event that gives man the truth about these things must not be
    • senses — no-one understands this truth who does not
    • to understand these truths, and modern Protestant theologians want to
    • understand these truths they become followers of Harnack, or
    • even demons tell the truth and point to the true Christ, the demons
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • Now it is important that such a truth as this — that with the
    • itself a half-truth, and on that account extraordinarily dangerous;
    • for half-truths are often more harmful than downright falsities,
    • half-truths haunt the world themselves like ghosts.
    • by scientific thinkers, which, to speak the truth, are a horrible
    • rise again to a recognition of the truth: to recognise that our
    • truth, however, is this — there is something in us which
    • truth. You will surely be ready to admit that you would never have
    • into the epoch of the Consciousness Soul, many truths about human
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • deal of notice of the relevant events. But when we know the truth, we
    • see the wisdom in world-history; we come to know the truth about
    • nature, but only its ghost. What men know of nature is not the truth;
    • are seeking solid matter, there is in truth nothing, and they find
    • regard them as sense-phenomena is not in accordance with truth; the
    • truth is that they are supersensible events. When, however, we try to
    • truth for centuries. You can follow their struggles in my book
    • run differently if we wished to establish the truth about man as he
    • a hollow reed, for the truth lies further back. The truth is there
    • before conception. The truth is not that something now living is
    • through. The truth is that what was in the spiritual world continues
    • truth we were before birth or conception, and it is this which speaks
    • over this profound truth. People will never gain knowledge of the
    • death.” If we recognised the supersensible truth we should
    • of continuous dissolution and renewal which is the truth about the life
    • the whole truth about nature; it gives only a ghost. There is no
    • at some points is always indicating the truth. Somewhere a pointer to
    • the truth can be found, if people want to know how they should think
    • does not reach the truth. To remain content with this knowledge of
    • the truth, in which case you will have to make acquaintance with
    • 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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    • with mere illusions, mere phantoms. In truth, we are not to be found
    • truth, what can be called death is different in plants, different in
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • this truth — without the Mystery of Golgotha, man
    • contrast, imparted by those who wish to speak the truth out of the
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • truths, the deepest truths, relating to the Mystery of Golgotha must
    • mankind in such a way that access to its truths is finally
    • therefore, could give expression to the truth about Christianity only
    • other cases those who are tortured are accused of denying the truth;
    • torturing is not to force them to speak the truth, which
    • say what is untrue, while they continue to speak the truth. And
    • when out of their souls they testify to the truth, they are looked
    • questions to them, you will receive the truth. But you do not want to
    • receive the truth from these demonic beings. If an accused Christian is
    • death mixed into it everywhere. We learn something about the truth of
    • truth, it would have to separate off from nature a picture of human
    • truth if, both for man's beginning and his end and for the origin and
    • with the truth, the more it contradicts what can be said by a natural
    • which in truth is a reflection of all the Hierarchies. So much error
    • shows us death and birth in a false light shall we reach the truth
    • event that gives man the truth about these things must not be
    • senses — no-one understands this truth who does not
    • to understand these truths, and modern Protestant theologians want to
    • understand these truths they become followers of Harnack, or
    • even demons tell the truth and point to the true Christ, the demons
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • Now it is important that such a truth as this — that with the
    • itself a half-truth, and on that account extraordinarily dangerous;
    • for half-truths are often more harmful than downright falsities,
    • half-truths haunt the world themselves like ghosts.
    • by scientific thinkers, which, to speak the truth, are a horrible
    • rise again to a recognition of the truth: to recognise that our
    • truth, however, is this — there is something in us which
    • truth. You will surely be ready to admit that you would never have
    • into the epoch of the Consciousness Soul, many truths about human
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • deal of notice of the relevant events. But when we know the truth, we
    • see the wisdom in world-history; we come to know the truth about
    • nature, but only its ghost. What men know of nature is not the truth;
    • are seeking solid matter, there is in truth nothing, and they find
    • regard them as sense-phenomena is not in accordance with truth; the
    • truth is that they are super-sensible events. When, however, we try to
    • truth for centuries. You can follow their struggles in my book
    • run differently if we wished to establish the truth about man as he
    • a hollow reed, for the truth lies further back. The truth is there
    • before conception. The truth is not that something now living is
    • through. The truth is that what was in the spiritual world continues
    • truth we were before birth or conception, and it is this which speaks
    • over this profound truth. People will never gain knowledge of the
    • death.” If we recognised the super-sensible truth we should
    • of continuous dissolution and renewal which is the truth about the life
    • the whole truth about nature; it gives only a ghost. There is no
    • at some points is always indicating the truth. Somewhere a pointer to
    • the truth can be found, if people want to know how they should think
    • does not reach the truth. To remain content with this knowledge of
    • the truth, in which case you will have to make acquaintance with
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.



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