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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • and Bismarck belong to conditions which no longer exist. Thus —
    • freedom in the external world. And he says: Man has his existence
    • rational necessity, as the other pole of his existence. But then he
    • legal regulation of existing affairs. The radical parties go as far as
    • raise them into the great seriousness of cosmic existence. Therefore
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • based on the then existing thirst for war, they are now superannuated.
    • frankly to focus attention on existing conditions.
    • like other heavenly bodies. As in face of existing facts it could no
    • was in existence, in regard to outer organisation there was still no
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • existence in themselves—it is believed that there can be any question
    • should be said to exist between the ordinary faculties the faithful
    • vision. No difference is supposed to exist or at the most a difference
    • expressed that a divine will exists holding sway over the world, and
    • in accordance with existing conditions. Let us then consider the three
    • still exists only as a shadow, they will be lass exposed to danger.
    • For, externally, existence becomes ever more like a mask, and elmsys
    • merely phenomenal. The possibility absolutely exists for man to have
    • conscious, not for that reason non-existent! In spite of all, it is
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • today, in earthly existence between birth and death, he sees but the
    • existence was a recapitulation of the earlier existence of Saturn, Sun
    • form merely a kind of repetition of what existed on another level of
    • existence in Atlantis. It is only now in the fifth post-Atlantean period,
    • among these beings. Here in his earthly existence man would really be
    • for their part these beings could not exist on earth, these beings are
    • only to be found in other worlds. They could not flourish in earth existence.
    • feeling of the solidity of world existence only because you stand with
    • him in the past owing to the still existing remains and after effects
    • For you see, in the mineral and plant kingdoms in reality there exist
    • the world from which he came on entering physical existence through
    • mineral and plant kingdoms. On entering this existence through birth
    • in animals and men you then experience what does not exist down here,
    • And if man refuses to give in and agree to recognise the existence of
    • sublime things were revealed in dreams, exist no longer, therefore,
    • indications of this can as yet exist) then, already today, by developing
    • those who bestir themselves to grasp the inner nerve of existence, where
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • of the attitude of soul existing among men today, there can be excellent
    • spheres of world existence unless it is recognised that insight into
    • existence. Social questions must be solved with knowledge of Anthroposophy—anything
    • only indeed when an absolutely healthy, absolutely right, relation exists
    • existing between human love, and hatred of the misdeeds that assail
    • of character, cannot be seen and do not exist materially. But because
    • Now you know that a certain relation existed some years ago between
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • that as man he feels himself related in his whole existence in his whole
    • evolving, with what is there in nature and what is coming into existence
    • nature, from the cosmos, shows us what difficulty exists between the
    • human nature is in the present time of world existence, namely, the
    • existence. A believer in the Old Testament must look upon the Jahve-God
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • of the human organism, the human being, a constitution no longer existing.
    • one of the practical experiences, of earthly existence. And what was
    • most important of all happenings in earthly existence. But after that
    • nullify, even where soul and spirit are in question, everything existing
    • for external existence has been decided upon, indeed the extermination
    • what lies in the aims of the threefold ordering of social existence,
    • in his Mephistopheles set up a figure that in reality does not exist,
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • it is absolutely necessary to create for everyone an existence in keeping
    • discover tremendous things if we encounter the thoughts which now exist
    • thing exists. I have found this saying quoted by one or other, whenever
    • wisdom existed at that time. A highest wisdom existed in those days. When
    • Christianity first arose this highest wisdom existed within the Roman
    • with economic values. Plato and Aristotle still considered the existence
    • no sensible person looks upon the existence of a slave population as
    • capitalistic economic structure manufactured goods exist in order to
    • the existing conditions, they immediately look out for a definition. Under
    • of every dispute which now exists in social spheres; differences arise
    • only consider money as a symbol for an existing value. The nominalists,
    • different way. The peculiar tension, which resembles the tension existing
    • produces the true economic value. This tension arises through the existence
    • which exist at a given time. This constitutes the true economic value
    • foundation of Nature must exist. It cannot be saddled on to the state.
    • It must exist, on the one side.
    • would imply a misunderstanding of the connections which exist between
    • the goods, but only in accordance with the justified tension which exists
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • The economic orders which existed up to the 16th and 17th century have
    • been dispersed; now they exist no longer. We might say that up to the
    • able to break the existing economic anarchy. But it strove after this
    • time. In these professional associations, which existed in the form
    • of the proletariat. Through a hand to mouth existence, and finally through
    • way, really overlook the great differences which now exist throughout
    • into existence its own corporations and a certain social structure;
    • They do not exist any more, and also the economic body has disappeared.
    • pure laziness — of ideas which no longer exist, of concepts which
    • of Russia, of Germany, and even of Austria which has ceased to exist
    • from the existing kind. Yet people find it so difficult to understand this,
    • That is to say, man should be given the possibility to lead an existence
    • and the goods produced are to exist for the collective community. Goods
    • The market ceases to exist, for the community produces the goods which
    • structures, for they existed upon the foundation of old traditions,
    • are not theoretical questions, but facts. This new way of thinking exists,
    • of man and treats alike everything which exists in the human being,
    • outwardly an existence which is in keeping with human dignity, but it
    • he can fulfil his tasks. His work should not only guarantee him an existence
    • at least to the one which existed before the war, and also to the conditions
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • External Realities of Existence
    • External Realities of Existence
    • which modern economic life has called into existence, great accumulations
    • process which has already been called into existence by the technical
    • earned enabled him to live, provided the foundation for his existence.
    • articles which they manufactured, provided the foundation of their existence.
    • is not that of providing for his own existence, of forming a life foundation
    • the old governments still exist);we might even say, if thirty years
    • have given rise to that terrible activity which exists in a modern metropolis,
    • is involved in the capitalistic process, through the fact that the existence
    • of capitalism: it seeks above all to justify its existence. But it can
    • economic order is to justify its existence in the physical world, it
    • existence. There is, however, another attitude in modern life which
    • upon inspirations. And ever thing which may exist apart from the human
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • influence social life in ordinary everyday existence. Again and again
    • exists besides, or
    • o stone, for to thee I owe my existence. Although thou art below me
    • in the hierarchical order of Nature, I could not exist without the soil
    • down reverently before the plant and say: “I owe my existence
    • is to be ruled by some existing demand, if no initiative is to be
    • of the things which exist in the universe in addition to man, which



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