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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • coming from physical nature; this Schiller calls the influence of
    • regarded absolute obedience to what he calls duty — that is,
    • very little. What we now call the social question, in the widest sense
    • Thrones. Hence in your food you have something cosmically formative,
    • The Bible describes this quite truly. The spirits called the Elohim,
    • life — are as radically different as head, breast and limbs. To
    • calls the earnestness of life a game, in his sense of the word, for
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • date today since it was written when the so-called war was still in full
    • of peoples — it is better to refer to it thus than to call it
    • in feeling and ask yourself: where does it come from historically? If you
    • you read philosophically inspired writings of well-educated learned
    • to form their concepts really plastically. They have what the famous
    • than by calling him a learned idler of the first water.) Through his
    • of praise by calling him a witty, intelligent do-nothing, because I
    • merely symbolically that as a rule the Catholic Church is prone only
    • of philosophy. No one who thinks philosophically talks as you do!”
    • men are absolutely dominated by what I might call an instinctive bias
    • which may be called “the meeting with the Guardian of the
    • I once expressed this morphologically in a different way drawing your
    • animals! Men foolishly call this instinct; but when you look into the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • of phenomena there is spirit, spirit, spirit. I have always called your
    • so-called gratiae grate detae, what is given through grace,
    • The other gifts are those which may be called the universal human gifts.
    • one is to call it Pantheism) in a far more marked way than Spiritual
    • up the progress of mankind is terribly strong. The following calls for
    • necessity to call this up into consciousness. It is necessary, also,
  • 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
    • this is what I meant were there beings who on being examined anatomically
    • earth, too, and men with an outer form that recalls that of the animal
    • rest your back, but then, just because you are physically at rest, you
    • really to enter upon selflessness, which indeed must be called upon
    • take the opportunity of calling attention to what is necessary if a
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • all manner of brooding and things of that kind, which they call meditation.
    • prevail in the same measure as their zeal for the so-called exercises,
    • this fact, we may be able to recall a basic truth of our Spiritual Science
    • of the so-called social questions and social demands. Thus, as I have
    • to have in future through the so-called solving of social problems,
    • whether these, while thinking out their so-called social and political
    • it, my dear friends! A sound solution of the so-called social problem
    • of the so-called social question possible, the one and only thing. Therefore
    • on the one hand, if you dislike someone, to mete out so-called justice
    • when I say that mankind of so-called western civilisation, the people
    • stage not only of taking things materialistically in accordance with
    • science, but also of taking life itself materialistically confounding
    • is this error—for it may indeed be called so—that human
    • through this a certain life of soul in the form we call logic and science.
    • call science, for what we call logic, the Chinese have no word at all,
    • be Chinese Science is something quite different from what we call science
    • and what we call logic, something entirely different from what we Europeans
    • the so-called Theosophical Society and those who today form the Anthroposophical
    • from the so-called Akashic Record, information which I venture to say
    • to be said intimately, systematically, but which it is necessary to
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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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    • in the Mystery of Golgotha? In spite of all the so-called liberal theology
    • heathen world. In its religious conception Judaism has something radically
    • If we would put it tritely, Judaism might be called the actual discovery
    • by being so polarically opposed to the outlook on nature prominent in
    • in man to the devil, as he was called in the Middle Ages. But it is
    • historically, although outwardly it took the form, as it were, of a
    • of time which might be called zero, to see right into what was actually
    • cannot call him merely a philosopher but the great man Plato arose in
    • can be called up in the human heart if anyone tries today to renew certain
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • whom physically they have been permitted to be so closely connected
    • life we were indeed the very men we now call forefathers) these men
    • initiated into the Mysteries, whose Karma called them to do so could
    • that may be called the truths of salvation. This instruction, however,
    • on Golgotha. Now this had happened historically. A man, Jesus—for
    • development. It was for this reason also that in a certain sense historically
    • to recall something I have often said to you during these years of catastrophe,
    • is intrinsically different from what has streamed out from mid-Europe,
    • date mankind will realise that there came about what may be called the
    • Europe itself that will be called upon to understand this threefold
    • if this centre of Europe is obliged to live tragically in chaos, there
    • however, to a certain extent consciously, what may be called his meeting
    • has up till now called itself Goetheanism. We should have to learn to
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • and social thinking he would not attribute much importance to so-called
    • particularly those who belong to the class of the so-called employers,
    • in the so-called spiritual life, which is, however, no real spiritual
    • do not know if one can call it a coincidence, for in reality no such
    • highest wisdom to absorb the historically powerful impulse of Christianity.
    • these so-called leading men have a degenerated intellect, a degenerated
    • understanding. The nine tenths of humanity constituting the so-called
    • more powerful than the one to be found among the so-called
    • of spiritual development are accessible to the so-called uncultured,
    • who cling to old ideas, under the guidance of the so-called intelligentsia,
    • which calls for reform to-day can be in all details in such a way as
    • of the so-called Marxists; these men have a clear idea of the fact that
    • are diametrically opposed; they are opposed in regard to their real
    • because people do not go back to the original impulses. This calls for
    • we have — in regard to the theory of money — the so-called
    • from social processes which were called into being artificially. You
    • social tricks, which arise by saddling everything on to a so-called
    • an ethical, spiritual kind, should be called in for this. When considering
    • unfruitfulness contained in all these calls for the application of that
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • the so-called intellectuals — consider more or less as a theoretical
    • form of development which we might call a monopolisation of various
    • completely turned towards a direction which might be called a bourgeois
    • see the development of this bourgeois democracy, and we see it calling
    • such a way that the old corporations developed into the so-called modern
    • the external world calls for a kind of thinking which entirely differs
    • so-called “Erfurt Programme” (elaborated in the early nineties
    • to it scientifically trained thoughts.
    • With the so-called Erfurt
    • they call a modern state, is in no way a modern structure. The states of
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • which modern economic life has called into existence, great accumulations
    • process which has already been called into existence by the technical
    • How can we make people realise that these four so-called ideals are
    • the leading men of the so-called intelligent bourgeoisie have missed
    • contained what we may call spiritual life, the spiritual life which
    • To-morrow we shall characterize and discuss the four parts of the so-called
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • of work and of pay are to be regulated democratically. 4) Profits of
    • opinion which called into life this fourfold programme contain certain
    • will gradually lead the so-called intelligentsia, the intellectual loaders
    • moral things with the so-called causal science dealing with external
    • to the so-called intellectual circles, anything which can influence
    • is not only grasped theoretically through the intellect, but with the
    • spiritual science theoretically, but to whom such studies are an earnest
    • statistically, it is nothing stable which can govern other processes. In
    • point, that conditions of work and pay be settled democratically. Here
    • which calls forth a real feeling of reverence and. respect for the human
    • that of calling up in the hearts of mon the feeling how necessary it

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