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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • necessity, though a spiritual one; under it, he is not free.
    • seeks to raise up and spiritualise, so that the human being is not
    • activity of shaping it. He must spiritualise the sense-perceptible by
    • hut in the same way that the spiritual has an effect. Thus the artist
    • fuses spiritual and perceptible into one creation. When all that men
    • sensual necessity is spiritualised by rational necessity — when
    • reason; Goethe was a man of instinct, but spiritualised instinct. The
    • from necessity to freedom in his own way. He was the spiritualised man
    • modern spiritual life.
    • man's spiritual history than people can realise today. The period
    • them of a powerful spirituality which humanity has since lost. Anyone
    • spirituality has not been here. It does not speak directly to
    • Spiritual Science, which extends our range of vision and can also
    • best if people would acknowledge that without spiritual knowledge they
    • spirituality, was present in men, before it finally faded away in the
    • thought in abstractions, possessed spirituality in his abstract
    • thinking, and a man who had spiritualised instincts, such as Goethe
    • it has to be found on the paths  of spiritual knowledge; now man has
    • to find his way through to spirituality in freedom. That is the
    • spiritual descriptions of the best self-education could be written
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • emphasised here that when the truths of Spiritual Science are put into
    • misunderstanding of the knowledge and conceptions of Spiritual Science.
    • spiritual depth, that statements concerning Spiritual Science are made
    • when the facts of Spiritual Science are given out to say: “How
    • from which, particularly at the present time, the knowledge Spiritual
    • arising in this way we may include the belief that Spiritual Science
    • personalities outside the pale of Spiritual Science. Here too lies mere
    • misunderstanding. Spiritual scientists who seriously and adequately pay
    • there is often a refusal to enter upon concrete knowledge of the spiritual
    • world, recognition of the spiritual
    • best they allow that a spiritual world can be disclosed by means of
    • where there is any question of penetrating to the spiritual world in
    • actual experience. This aversion to spiritual reality is a characteristic
    • the ground of spiritual Science.
    • the spiritual scientist is indeed able really to appreciate the direction
    • is estimable in this thought. But the rejection of the really spiritual
    • will only be recognised aright if one is endowed by Spiritual Science with
    • still taking the standpoint that must be taken in Spiritual Science.
    • animals. The animal noticing only details cannot develop what is spiritual;
    • abstract concepts must live in the spiritual. For this reason one has
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • with some particular spiritual stream. For you have seen that it is
    • a question of spiritual events that lie at the basis of the physical
    • here and there into the spiritual life of mankind. You must really be
    • away the many hindrances to which the adherent of such a spiritual revolution
    • how man, just by standing on the ground of Spiritual Science, can be
    • absolutely objective towards other spiritual streams, how he certainly
    • has no need to misjudge other spiritual streams. From this standpoint
    • opponents of the endeavours of Spiritual scientists today is not to
    • basis of Spiritual Science, the broad base on which it stands, they
    • is rare. What as Spiritual Science, according to how we understand it,
    • spiritual scientist that an orthodox Catholic may pronounce if he has
    • reason to assume this spiritual scientist to be an unintelligent reader
    • mean by Spiritual Science is its being pantheistic. One of the chief
    • Spiritual Science is Pantheism.
    • today, is to put in its place the concrete spiritual world of which
    • Spiritual Science speaks. It is naturally not intended, on the part
    • plants. Spiritual Science goes straight to the individual, concrete
    • spiritual beings and does not speak in the pantheistic general may about
    • has no wish to separate outer nature from the divine spiritual but would
    • from “Voices of the Time”, namely, that in sir Spiritual
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • for once call up before our souls some results of Spiritual Science
    • be described by pointing to the way in which an on-rolling spiritual
    • manner of Spiritual Science we keep in mind this particular state of
    • today, according to the outlook of Spiritual Science, how man when he
    • is observed according to the way of Spiritual Science. You see, on one
    • have come from the spiritual world through birth. I have entered this
    • in the spiritual realm? Why have I been enticed down to earth at all?
    • not there. To put it bluntly, in the time just before birth in the spiritual
    • are looking at beings exiled from the spiritual world, from the regions
    • is found when we go through death and enter directly into the spiritual
    • exiles from the spiritual world, banished out of the spiritual world,
    • is first perceived by us when we pass into the spiritual world through
    • is missing, that what is missing has run away from the spiritual world;
    • will not advance to a spiritual comprehension of the world, then connection
    • the spiritual world, so that through the recognition of the spiritual
    • the spiritual world which will be revealed in our time by a special
    • is an objective necessity for man to turn to the spiritual world in
    • at through Spiritual Science is that we recognise our head as an instrument
    • the head is made good again by the spiritual world. For up to the present,
    • is made active, this means the spiritual world is coming into play.
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • what hinders modern man from coming to recognition of the spiritual
    • world, as it must be understood through the spiritual knowledge of Anthroposophy,
    • actual form of the spiritual life. Now today I should like to go into
    • concerning Spiritual Science. If I may say so, through the fact that
    • understanding of the things of the spiritual world today, in a certain
    • from the spiritual world. And with the courage and interest to receive
    • permits, into the spiritual world. Already today it is necessary, and
    • spiritual world, to learn to understand it with sound human intelligence
    • in the way the spiritual world is spoken of in Spiritual Science. How
    • far man can become ripe to look into the spiritual world himself is
    • the things of the spiritual world simply through his sound human intelligence,
    • be prepared to accept, what is derived from Spiritual Science? And something
    • of the spiritual world actually look like when this world is entered
    • by the spiritual investigator. In former times the Initiates were allowed
    • to speak of a great deal about the spiritual world that was different
    • spiritual world before his soul is ripe to do so. Today this can indeed
    • is the last thing to bother about if one wants to understand the spiritual
    • by penetrating directly to the spiritual world in a way that they imagine
    • This preference for actually penetrating into the spiritual world without
    • When an attempt is made to penetrate into the spiritual world by anyone
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • accordance with Spiritual Science, we should not fail to notice that
    • by what is spiritual.
    • we try to grasp a spiritual event spiritually that we arrive at area
    • what creates the special relation of Spiritual Science to the Mystery
    • of Golgotha is that Spiritual Science will establish the Mystery of
    • of Golgotha must be understood spiritually as a spiritual event. And
    • it is only through spiritual understanding of the Mystery at Golgotha
    • (see The Spiritual Guidance of Mankind)
    • only to the spiritual worlds.
    • idea that for human perception the divine-spiritual is in some way to
    • is living in this nature as divine and spiritual. We see this in those
    • able to grasp the divine spiritual, in visions, in atavistic clairvoyance.
    • to grasp the divine spiritual. But everywhere we see man as a heathen
    • perception of the divine spiritual within nature.
    • divine spiritual impulse, this divine spiritual impulse remains without
    • is permeated through and through by a moral tone. There a spiritual
    • that such a refinement of spirituality, such a height in the conceptual
    • to its zenith, at the same time inwardly, spiritually, implied the necessity
    • correct spiritually) the pendulum has gathered so much inertia that
    • was received in lofty spirituality, nevertheless in the south received
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • last weeks but all through her spiritual striving, her wonderful spiritual
    • towards the spiritual region
    • of man was more spiritual than it is today. And it was this bodily nature
    • this force, for making oneself acquainted with the spiritual world by
    • of the spiritual had sunk to its lowest degree in man's bodily nature.
    • the spiritual was liberated in full consciousness. But the pupil in
    • the Mysteries was prepared to begin with in such a way that this spiritual
    • a man could really perceive in the spiritual. The great experience undergone
    • by Mystery pupils was that after initiation they knew about the spiritual
    • of the spiritual world.
    • is absolutely in accordance with Spiritual Science for us to ask the
    • this most fruitful of men in his being for all that is spiritual culture.
    • to be the spiritual king not only of mid-Europe but of all mankind.
    • soul out of the spiritual, and only the tendency is everywhere present.
    • external earthly culture, with the exception of the modicum of spiritual
    • century. The way back to Goethe must be found through the Spiritual
    • in a remarkable war having the very greatest influence upon his spiritual
    • to throw light on to the fairy tale from the standpoint of Spiritual
    • here to let the intellect be fructified by the conceptions of Spiritual
    • that will have to be completed as a great spiritual picture.
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • spiritual science; and how spiritual science applies these methods to
    • to Anthroposophical spiritual science, now is the time to speak of it,
    • in mind: Marxism was kindled of its own accord; but spiritual science
    • in the so-called spiritual life, which is, however, no real spiritual
    • up that intensity of thinking which spiritual science can offer. F For
    • by the most highly developed and abstract spirituality of a certain
    • than the fact that as far as spirituality is concerned, these nine tenths
    • intelligence. What now separates the bearer of spiritual impulses from
    • of spiritual development are accessible to the so-called uncultured,
    • met with a spiritual element which comes from above! You might say that
    • a Spiritual-scientific influence should be exercised upon social conditions,
    • a new spiritual revelation comes towards this migration of people, which
    • by the old spiritual revelation suited to the horizontal direction,
    • spiritual stream which should flow down to the proletarian stream and
    • asunder the spiritual; the economic and the state
    • sense of reality, which can only be acquired through a spiritual-scientific
    • a certain sphere. If you only consider the aspect of the spiritual worker,
    • have the demand, the requirement. This leads us into the spiritual sphere;
    • it leads us into the spiritual world of man, for consider how different
    • chest and of the head into the head penetrates the spiritual
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • Through our spiritual-scientific studies, the true inner character of
    • can develop it clearly with the aid of spiritual science), human labour
    • as I have explained to you in our lectures, in our spiritual-scientific
    • organisation in the same way in which spiritual science studies the
    • the social organism. The social organism must be subdivided into a spiritual
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • The Separation of the Moral-Spiritual Life From the
    • The Separation of the Moral-Spiritual Life From the
    • a spiritual-scientific aspect, so that it will not be difficult for
    • Even in spiritual life,
    • understood in a spiritual-scientific manner. Meaningless abstractions
    • humanity is immense, and an awakening is urgently needed. Where spiritual
    • that people who believe, do not need spiritual science, that it is not
    • hear the argument that faith is simple and spiritual science complicated,
    • in the spiritual world is past; it is no longer possible, at present,
    • to be bone-lazy and to believe that we shall be saved by spiritual powers
    • spiritual world flow into our own deeds, into everything which we do
    • in such a way that a divine-spiritual power is contained in them. This
    • spiritual power will only permeate our actions if it is contained, above
    • dry; the most intimate qualities of man's soul-spiritual being have
    • particularly in the direction of spiritual life.
    • must, however, do away with every soul-spiritual interest. Soul-spiritual
    • has on the one hand this terribly abstract moral-spiritual life, which
    • of my innermost soul, I surrender to the spiritual world. I seek the
    • spiritual world within my own being; my chief interest is the soul and
    • economic order. Those who are merely devout, even devout in spiritual
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • Towards His Fellow-Men and Towards Spirituality
    • in the World, Towards His Fellow-Men and TowardsSpirituality
    • conclusions arrived at by the social-democratic mentality. Spiritual
    • impulses, spiritual potentialities, now influence the development of
    • or even spiritual impulses, towards the solution of the social problem.
    • of moral or spiritual impulses. This will spread more and more. For
    • devoid of spirituality. Our contemporaries wish to develolp natartal
    • facts, and that they should in no way attempt to mingle spiritual or
    • all the books dealing with moral, ethical or spiritual questions, written
    • can be gained to-day from these modern books on ethics and other spiritual
    • from the field of ethics, religion and spirituality, to the most common,
    • religion and spirituality to the other side, constituting real life
    • thing to be borne in mind to-day is the spiritual aspect. Education,
    • schools, spiritual life in general — these are the most important
    • into things, we may even say: So long as spiritual life continues to
    • so long as the spiritual community, or spiritual life, is obliged to
    • Schools must be quite independent, spiritual matters must be dealt wits
    • the activities connected with spiritual interests, and consequently
    • with the world as such, so the spiritual science of Anthroposophy seeks
    • point here, depends above all upon spiritual questions, upon a clear
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