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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • seeks to raise up and spiritualise, so that the human being is not
    • being, man becomes free.
    • ideal for human beings. If a mutual permeation of rational necessity
    • for individual human beings, and also for the State and the social
    • man, if he is to stand as a free being in the social structure? A
    • beings in whom rational necessity permeates sensual necessity, and
    • these human beings form a social order, it will turn out to be a good
    • was repugnant to Goethe in his innermost being. He was willing to
    • was clear to him that to understand the human being in his development
    • Thus Goethe was impelled to conceive this path for the human being
    • out the individual human being, with his inner conflicts, his
    • midpoint of their being, they will create a right social structure as
    • structure, human beings will develop as they should.
    • social life requires. In every human being they saw an image of human
    • the human being.
    • world and to find there the human being. This is still rejected, even
    • one can see man within it. Man is a threefold being. In every age
    • out of myself. But it is not the entire human being who judges in this
    • Thus man is a threefold being in practical life. If you read my book,
    • our external senses is not related to our deeper being. With what your
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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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    • can be fully experienced when one pays heed to what is being thought.
    • selves instead of being aroused to some interest in the great questions
    • has schooled his thinking to the point of being able to grasp the whole
    • the outer world is concerned, also in being able to pour will into our
    • He sees the horse's shadow but the horse has a vivid sense of being in
    • the human eye has no such organisation, being much more independent.
    • in the human being. For this reason, however, the whole world of the
    • of course, according to the nature of the being. The spine is above
    • faculty for being able to form abstract concepts. Where does this take
    • a very great deal. It also explains to you how the fact of man being
    • unconsciously. Innumerable human beings go through What the depths of
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • mean by Spiritual Science is its being pantheistic. One of the chief
    • spiritual beings and does not speak in the pantheistic general may about
    • beings of the higher hierarchies are spoken of in this way as being
    • individual beings of the hierarchies with nature, is concerned.
    • today of making man capable of being permeated with the Holy Spirit.
    • the State: in the opinion of the Church this is the same as being in
    • man-made endeavours towards producing a human being who sees a spiritual
    • have tremendous influence today upon millions of human beings. We must
    • against Spiritual Science—that it speaks oft man being able to
    • for having spoken, for example, of the life of soul as being like a
    • brought into a real connection with the divine Being? What does the
    • people are deceived by being told that Pantheism is forbidden. But this
    • in being alone, therefore without sense-perceptions and reflection,
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • to his fellow men, the old relation no longer being suitable, so that
    • outer manifestation of his own essential being and enters into actual
    • which are perceptible in his very being. Previously they were not so
    • noticeable; now they appear in his being noticeably, nevertheless there
    • only by manifestations of the being of nature, and the being of his
    • fellow men. He is not surrounded by the real beings into whom he must,
    • nose in our physical men, the etheric nose not being sufficiently developed.
    • at the same time to there being far more hidden in in man than can be
    • in animals either—not even in his own being as man, where then
    • among beings who belong neither to the mineral and plant kingdoms, nor
    • being upon a kind of plant-animal, or animal-plant. were there a being
    • this is what I meant were there beings who on being examined anatomically
    • but if these beings were able to move at will like the animals, or were
    • among these beings. Here in his earthly existence man would really be
    • able to comprehend such beings. But again the remarkable thing is that
    • for their part these beings could not exist on earth, these beings are
    • directly into the being of minerals and plants. and also of animals
    • and men. And the beings he would directly perceive in their whole constitution
    • also in a strange relation to himself. Man is on the one hand a being
    • is described by natural scientists or zoologists; just think of it being
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • can be learnt about this question by hearing what the things and beings
    • we are sun beings, but so far we cannot endure what it entails to be
    • sun beings. Therefore as with our external physical eyes we have to
    • know of the world and of ourselves has not our real being in it, not
    • experiences spiritually with the things, beings and events of the spiritual
    • is spoken of not as being made through pleasant but through painful
    • of the being of our universe. Indeed, in spite of all the opposition
    • to fall asleep in the depths of our human being. Just as we are asleep
    • clear thinking about these things is sent to sleep simply by men being
    • live in every human being, that a divine spiritual being shines forth
    • from the eyes of everyone, and the message of a divine spiritual being
    • it is not only physical sound speaking but the divine spiritual being
    • of each human being. This is something that will alone make the solution
    • light up in human beings, when we see it is necessary we shall punish,
    • him we do not hate the human being who is our son, but we hate his wrong
    • to arouse our antipathy from the immediate being of man as man.
    • speaks of human nature being fundamentally evil. And how widespread
    • is also being prepared between the Asiatic and European peoples. And
    • here—that these Chinamen lay stress on there being no equivalent
    • book Theosophy being true here—that only spiritual experiences
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • of this Mystery of Golgotha being grasped, being understood, if we wish
    • the essential being of all paganism—today I can only give an outline
    • coming into being bring the moral too into the development of mankind.
    • simple conception of what the Jahve-Being actually is, and an unprejudiced
    • really grasp the Old Testament but the essential innermost being weaving
    • by being so polarically opposed to the outlook on nature prominent in
    • is with necessity driven by all this to the idea of a being in addition
    • to the Jahve impulse, a being having a part in human nature as this
    • serpent of Paradise, Lucifer. Satan, a being who, opposed to the God,
    • to their essential being in the world-outlook. And the whole process
    • Christianity is the perception of this objective event being played
    • being of the spirit itself. Whoever really knows in Plato on whet heights
    • innermost fibre of his being. Outwardly he does not acknowledge any
    • God, any divine Being, with whom he cannot inwardly unite himself in
    • 1780, there springs forth from his inner being his Hymn to Nature.
    • forth from his intimate inmost being because Goethe is so honestly seeking
    • that can touch upon the real inner being of man. But if we look at the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • than that of today. They were more instinctive beings. And the men of
    • of the human organism, the human being, a constitution no longer existing.
    • that after a certain time He appeared among them as a living being (how
    • being of all Germans—Goethe. For he is such a perfect representative
    • this most fruitful of men in his being for all that is spiritual culture.
    • beings.”
    • to understand what was in the depths of Goethe's being. For what he
    • within men is my being, from this human being I seek to press on to
    • botanical science, no other science of the living being, but one which
    • simply placed the living beings in juxtaposition, in a row as Linnaeus
    • different. He could, however, develop his inmost being only by educating
    • nothing of the placing side by side of the organic being, as in the
    • his own being to the progress of human evolution can became the model
    • of his being. Then gradually mankind will be able even consciously to
    • it was a question of Goethe's real being he was lonely, lonely in his
    • even though the nineteenth century has not yet produced human beings
    • the human being.
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • place in one of the many “Councils” which are now being formed
    • which human beings should absorb it. But something else should be borne
    • that this writer defines “the people” as being the uncultured,
    • Or when a human being surveys life, he would gladly forego the activity
    • retarded in their development and whose being was connected with the
    • someone who seeks to establish the anatomy of the whole human being
    • of the throat. But those who study the anatomy of the whole human being,
    • economists think that it is not at all a question of labour being stored
    • in goods, but a question of being able to save labour through goods which
    • never come into being through the mere circulation of goods, but which
    • from social processes which were called into being artificially. You
    • makes him more diligent, instead of his being stimulated to study by
    • the human being and political economy. This would mean that in our time
    • we do not know the difference between a pig and a human being, as I
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • of corporations, guilds, etc., the individual human beings were able
    • and the economic initiative was now taken over by individual human beings,
    • has, for the time being, been arrested in the western countries. But
    • and people began to look upon the human being as the centre of every
    • no longer compel the human being to sell his personal labour. This concept
    • being as such, of a process which ignores the human being, a process
    • the human being experiences through this transformation is quite an
    • production of goods reckons with individual human beings. One individual
    • being produces the goods which he consumes (at least people imagine that
    • the metabolic system. And we can only understand the human being within
    • of man and treats alike everything which exists in the human being,
    • complicated as the life of an organic being. It is not our task to discover
    • being and essence of the social organism. This is far more important
    • not be real and living; it will resemble a human being just as little
    • their true being, by considering that which confusedly comes out of
    • modern requirement. But the human beings are not conscious of this demands
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • human being, and which could be fully surveyed by him. As a very characteristic
    • the individual human being., Lad every form of production was therefore
    • being from every personal element. If we wish to understand the social
    • from the individual human being.
    • with such matters they would see that the human being has, as it were,
    • to the past. The human beings have become separated, as it were, from
    • so that the human being himself is cut off from that which interests
    • re-establish the connection between the human being and that which he
    • as far as possible from man, should be separated from the human being.
    • the needs of the human being as such, have to satisfied in other spheres.
    • belief in God and in divine beings, but that we should allow God and
    • the divine beings to be active within us, so that the forces of the
    • separates the human being from that which he produces. This separation
    • of the human being from that which he produces, is an essential characteristic
    • dry; the most intimate qualities of man's soul-spiritual being have
    • interest in the most intimate questions concerning man's innermost being.
    • spiritual world within my own being; my chief interest is the soul and
    • we nevertheless find that in the innermost-depth of their being all
    • between truth and that which people gather from their inner being; emotions
    • subjective opinions, but as human beings it is our duty to go beyond
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • facts which are not entirely out/off from the human being, as is the
    • to exercise any influence upon human beings. The moral concepts which
    • being can still be reached, if the wild instincts which have become
    • world, speaks of definite structures of spiritual Beings, of a hierarchical
    • really learn to respect and prize the human being, they acquire a
    • appreciation of the human being. Consider that the whole cosmos is
    • being, stands the conception of Spiritual science, which goes in search
    • of the human being in the whole cosmos. This is possible, even if we
    • human being as such.
    • cannot appreciate the human being as such. Spititual science remains
    • cosmic human being and thus arriving at a feeling of respect for man,
    • and respect the single empirical human being, the everyday man, that
    • are outside the human being. How does spiritual science observe these
    • one might say, beneath the human being in the physical world outside.
    • he gave poetic expression: The human being feels himself at the top
    • to man. It can look upon it in the right relationship to the human being.
    • is based upon true respect of the human being, and this feeling of reverence
    • time a genuine feeling of respect and reverence for the human being.
    • being; from a mere devouring of things, etc. to that true appreciation
    • Binds thy bodily being

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