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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • merely to write a literary essay, but to perform a political deed. At
    • the right form to the social institutions in which they lived. He asks
    • giving matter form. Through the formal pattern (Gestalt) that
    • these human beings form a social order, it will turn out to be a good
    • described, not in concepts, but in pictorial forms, open to various
    • not only in its form, but also in its content, very remote from
    • his “Tale” is evidently hinting at political forms?
    • question, or if life puts a task before me, I myself form a judgment,
    • the middle” who has the capacity to form a judgment and to act
    • religion or some other form of spiritual revelation and viewed as
    • transform it by my understanding; I take it into my soul, as I take
    • Thrones. Hence in your food you have something cosmically formative,
    • of teeth, for adolescence, and for the later transformations of the
    • system of legal regulations. Everything economic forms an independent
    • does: that the necessity of reason is transformed into inclination,
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ... Human Science and
    • of facts they themselves often advance concerning it and form their
    • literature, of protestant learning, of the reformed churches, lags far
    • to form their concepts really plastically. They have what the famous
    • has the capacity for forming deduced abstract concepts and of summing
    • to recognise that in man there lives a soul specially adapted for forming
    • life has no power of forming these abstract concepts.
    • intellectuality and the special information he possessed on the most
    • single observations afterwards forming abstract concepts by all manner
    • most abstract concepts which we men only form with much difficulty,
    • with those abstract concepts that we have first to form. We differ from
    • dogs, and he then forms the abstract concept “dog”. The
    • that me have, it has the quite exact concept without needing to form
    • it. We have first to form it which the animal has no need to do. The
    • to form abstract concepts that through such concepts we are to be
    • profound change in human conceptions is needed. For men have informed
    • or they have received the information from any doubtful source: what
    • that bit of space in the etheric body where the shadow is formed. This
    • bells were not ringing together) that man can form abstract concepts
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ... Human Science and
    • are concerned, to look back on many things connected in former times
    • You will be able to form
    • perform his action in accordance with the Church, in accordance with
    • when the soul sees itself bereft of its former enjoyments and palpable
    • to it than formerly.
    • and the divine will, becoming uniform, which means, when there is nothing
    • form of their thought. Anyone who looks at the world today in the way
    • need for knowledge must, because scientific conceptions inform him only
    • bemuse the time has come—formerly only for the few, now for all
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • takes on a different form for the different epochs of mankind's evolution,
    • he had been in his different forms as man on Saturn, Sun and Moon. In
    • form merely a kind of repetition of what existed on another level of
    • looking at the mineral and plant kingdoms with this transformed power
    • On the contrary, When with transformed cognition we look at the animal
    • to s world from which it is banished. And in his outer physical form
    • in his physical form, is dried up. For what belongs to animal and man
    • animals and men—as far as men's physical forms are concerned—are
    • earth, too, and men with an outer form that recalls that of the animal
    • form of animal and man, which only develops in the world we enter through
    • in the same form. For today these things are not given to men by God
    • looking back to the time when thoughts were still formed. The matter
    • and living today in the sense of the evolution that conforms with Knowledge
    • in a more usual form of thought, preferring to remain with what is old
    • you are a Marxist or any other kind of thinker about the right form
    • for first making a conception. There can be no social reform without
    • where the formation of judgment between man and man is concerned: one
    • since the world has this dual form of expression.
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ... Human Science and
    • actual form of the spiritual life. Now today I should like to go into
    • by the spiritual investigator. In former times the Initiates were allowed
    • Science in the form this took in atavistic times; it is an experience
    • the weakened form which the weakened light of an object reflected back
    • softened down form from our body and its organs, because we should be
    • them then in their capacity for forming concepts , in their sound human
    • out of instinct. It is no wonder that as in the forming of conceptions
    • way. This is only found in a limited form here in the physical world,
    • out by the well-informed, even by those who are doing research work
    • them and not unreality. The only form of thought in human life that
    • social reformers and social thinkers. Try for once to let work upon
    • have preserved a great deal of these former cultural stages in which
    • do not hold this view, who have preserved another view from former times,
    • through this a certain life of soul in the form we call logic and science.
    • the so-called Theosophical Society and those who today form the Anthroposophical
    • from the so-called Akashic Record, information which I venture to say
    • it is persecuted, how many come to hate it who were formerly keen adherents,
    • really strikingly conspicuous, at times even taking grotesque forms.
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ... Human Science and
    • understanding when they want to give merely abstract, logical form to
    • transformed but entirely renewed. This is to begin with the external
    • outer form both had in man's view reached the highest point and there
    • historically, although outwardly it took the form, as it were, of a
    • Going farther back in former times it is found that to a certain extent
    • The Christ impulse had to be clothed in the form of the old pagan mysteries
    • when at the altar they elevate the Host, the Bread transformed into
    • experiences the pagan form of Christianity feels what he is intended
    • have a relation in which through the form of the pagan ritual it is
    • first arises in a quite different form, a form that is intimate and
    • form. And for a long time these barbarian Arians (cf. R. XLVII.) of
    • human nature what can only enter a highly developed mankind in the form
    • only in a pagan form.
    • was determined and was given form in the way it was possible to form
    • as formed by the Romans. There was nothing of this kind among the northern
    • development, of human life takes form throughout the earth.
    • Christ impulse, a new impulse for transforming mankind, brought about
    • to give you, not in the form this discovery often takes but a discovery
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • masses of our forefathers (which means of ourselves, for in our former
    • experiences of soul, the man's nature really became so transformed that
    • a man's nature could no longer be straightway transformed in this manner
    • at which he already faced the entirely new form of grasping the Mystery
    • outer form. It would be shocking prejudice to think that English civilisation
    • inclination mankind has today for forming unprejudiced judgment on this
    • as German nationals of North Hungary, of Siebenburg and formerly of
    • hatred, let us look in conformity with the truth. It will then be discovered
    • leaven forming the basis of the Magyar culture over which is now simply
    • foresees what simply must be made clear also where the forming of human
    • outward reforms, were not in reality, closely related to him inwardly,
    • making every effort to model, to form the human, to work out of the
    • von Berlichingen; how then he formed a second figure out of him,
    • this time more transformed, having more shape—then a third. In
    • humanity, but out of the human he is wanting to form the superhuman.
    • what Linnaeus conscientiously placed next to each other as plant forms
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • place in one of the many “Councils” which are now being formed
    • face, if we wish to form an independent social judgment. Of course,
    • them, if we gain an insight into the characteristic form of intelligence
    • are also able to form a right idea of the stomach, of the head, or of
    • reforms, etc. can be brought about in single, separate regions. This
    • (it can only be realised little by little; we do not aim at sudden reforms
    • which calls for reform to-day can be in all details in such a way as
    • attribute to it the value which it has as gold or silver; the former
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • form, throughout vast territories of the civilised world.
    • about the social problem, but also to form a judgment concerning this
    • find any starting point which might enable them to form a judgment.
    • which might enable them to form the judgments which the present time
    • their thinking! — certain forms of thought coming (though this
    • form true judgments.
    • 19th century, humanity has been striving to form social corporations
    • time. In these professional associations, which existed in the form
    • form of development which we might call a monopolisation of various
    • have the development of modern technical life, which entirely transformed
    • the whole economic life. It was this transformation which really gave
    • the programmes of the bourgeoisie, in the form in which they arose before
    • upon very old, traditional forms. In Central Europe, and even in Russia
    • aims. These two points were: In the first place, the transformation of
    • the transformation of the production of goods into socialistic production,
    • of cause and effect. It is simply a question of transforming the private
    • the human being experiences through this transformation is quite an
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • into industry a process which was formerly entrusted to the individual
    • the natural-scientific forms of thought developed in modern times, certain
    • the individual human being., Lad every form of production was therefore
    • is not that of providing for his own existence, of forming a life foundation
    • accumulation of capital, when this industrial process grows and forms
    • in the field of thought. The whole way of thinking must be transformed.
    • form of vague notions. But these are better than the constructed ideas
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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