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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • find, in a certain sense, the direction for his life. These four are
    • me to find that I am not virtuous.” That is his satirical comment
    • said to himself: If so many people find so much in Kant, one must let
    • oneself seems not very significant — and perhaps one will find a
    • do we find no trace of the peculiar way of thinking we are impelled to
    • If we try to discover what main influence was then at work, we find
    • to find his way through to spirituality in freedom. That is the
    • general, we must look out at the world and find ourselves there, find
    • looked at man, and believed it could find the world in man. The time
    • world and to find there the human being. This is still rejected, even
    • Riddles of the Soul, you will find that revelation corresponds
    • longer finds himself within the social structure.
    • reality of the entire cosmos in order to find man in it, it is
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • It must frequently be repeated that naturally it is very easy to find
    • Catholic men you will find, in all passages where a certain point comes
    • that you find this outlook developed try the very best of these scholarly
    • what he will not sir recognising the dilemma in which we find ourselves
    • he finds unpleasant. He must, however, actually Bays man in the age
    • to earlier ages we frequently find among talented men that they still
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • soul no longer reflects with the intellect or even finds any physical
    • first find myself completely in harmony. There is absolutely nothing
    • when in their souls they have a longing to find some kind of path to
    • find their way into the supersensible world, hy all who in this scientific
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • to terms with this present time only if he makes up his mind to find
    • this end no longer suffice, and also find his way to a new relation
    • from the will and what should find a certain ordering for the social
    • are veiled. The corpse-like smell finds, if I may say so, too dull a
    • is his right setting on earth? Strange as it may seem we find him placed
    • Botany and Mineralogy contain far more than what we find in books. But
    • we pursue it through birth and find it on the physical earth in the
    • they are what we have been expecting. Finding animals on the physical
    • sway in man, and of man's inability to find conscious conceptions for
    • Man would like to find out something of the kind about his being; what
    • I believe that out of right feeling for the very things which men find
    • Spiritual Science that he gradually finds it possible in some measure
    • life and then believes he will find what he is only too willing to acknowledge
    • matter earnestly, conscientiously, we shall not want merely to find
    • of investigation into what is spiritual cannot find expression through
    • purpose! To sit together for half-an-hour and have a little talk I find
    • side, namely, that whoever thinks to find only what is just personal
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • we must find out the reason why there should arise this sensation of
    • You will find everywhere the spiritual world is spoken of seriously—not
    • wilfully burnt your finger just to find out what it was like. Added
    • future, will never find their solution through what may be referred
    • already said here, it is possible to find these solutions only beyond
    • we find this solution of the social question in the recognition of man's
    • From this you will find it comprehensible that those who really know
    • can easily find support if they say: Yes, once a Society appeared which
    • the same kind or is it something different? And he can find himself
    • it may be said: Is this the kind of swindle that I really find more
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • swinging from left to right you will find the following. I have often
    • of humanity in which there is nothing Christian. You find a wonderful
    • with its products of nature; but you do not find anything Christian.
    • snake and the Beautiful Lily, where we shall find expressed the
    • something about the finding of Goethe and Goetheanism that I wanted
    • that really finds the Goethe spirit in the whole course of human evolution,
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • is happening within them they find the way, they are able to find the
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, we find on close scrutiny that the bodily nature
    • this instinctive nature would never have been able to find their way
    • the task of our time is to find the way back to Goethe. Strictly speaking
    • Goethe needed to hold fast to the human so that within it he might find
    • him said—he had to find his own way.
    • namely, Spinoza. In Spinoza he had the possibility of finding the divine
    • finds in them the thread to which to hold when seeking that way. There
    • of his life at the time, but was something he had to find outside; it
    • experience as it still finds utterance in the Hymn in Prose.
    • able to find through the external science of Europe can only lead to
    • the soul so far that it can find the new way to the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • to find the passage over to the pictorial for which Goethe strove, then
    • you school the forces of your soul so that they find the way to the
    • find the path an which to pass the Guardian of the Threshold, the path
    • in central Europe came such results as we find in Goethe and the whole
    • is necessary for our particular age. Perhaps the pathfinder of the Christianity
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • the social question, we would always find that in regard to social work
    • will find that with only one exception, a truly scientific impulse has
    • and try to discover the real impulses, and you find that these impulses
    • to its content, we find that the content as such is quite unimportant;
    • of thought, we find something tremendous in it: If we can penetrate
    • he finds it necessary to explain what he really means by — “the
    • stupidest calves choose their own butchers. People find it natural to
    • quote this saying and everyone finds an obvious meaning in it. I do
    • not find any meaning whatever in it, for I think that not the stupidest,
    • modern democratic consciousness may find the idea tempting that nine
    • hand, we find that it is influenced by all that which gives rise to
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • in practical life, we find that men of every profession and of every
    • find any starting point which might enable them to form a judgment.
    • They do not find the possibility to develop the right way of thinking
    • time which preceded the 17th and 17th century, we find that people were
    • thought, they should be given up. People, however, find it difficult
    • people find it so difficult to understand this!
    • from the existing kind. Yet people find it so difficult to understand this,
    • of thought, will find that this is an extremely clever definition and
    • We therefore find to-day
    • present time, in order to find out what course of development would
    • We find that the proletarian
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • the soul constitution of the modern proletariat. There we find that
    • to about 1300 B.C., we shall find that people were paid for the goods
    • Tell me, where can we find to-day genuine pleasure in the production
    • do people find true enjoyment in the production of goods? The decisive
    • him. Where do we find people to-day who think that it is necessary to
    • We do not find them anywhere.
    • find the possibility to make people understand that a change is needed
    • we generally find that one phenomenon does not appear without another,
    • which we may find through our soul's innermost structure are connected,
    • unless people find access to a really unprejudiced way of thinking.
    • we nevertheless find that in the innermost-depth of their being all
    • find two people in the world (as stated, the above condition must be
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • you may find in books on ethical life ideas relating to benevolence,
    • of Nature. Do you find in the words or writings of modern men, belonging
    • of the present time — try to preach to them, and you will find
    • even in the earthly sphere natural science can no longer find the human
    • Dass du, dich menschlich findest,
    • That thou mightst find thyself



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