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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on January 24, 1919.
    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on January 24, 1919.
    • given at Dornach on 24 January, 1919 *
    • German cannot look in the direction given by these four personalities,
    • correct (though I was not one of them), but today it can give us a
    • give it expression, having raised it to its highest level. Schiller
    • he gives it, matter is enabled to have an effect, not just as matter,
    • consideration is given today to this threefold nature of man, and so
    • men. Nor can you have a State unless you give it a certain natural
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • when the facts of Spiritual Science are given out to say: “How
    • This article gives a picture of the gradual trend of behaviour on the
    • we must give recognition to such a fact, such a tendency of thought.
    • a little insight to give one clear vision.
    • merely on the level of a cheap novelette! Or, to give another example,
    • I do not know how for it has got by now. But I want to give him a word
    • when the Church had to give way to what was most necessary it did at
    • which gives him quite a different picture. You need only be attentive
    • not always taken sufficiently in earnest. I could give you quite a number
    • conceptions given out today in schools there are really any capable
    • they have been trained and given different habits in some particular
    • give the answer to the most important questions of the day. And when
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • that is quite unique and is given particular prominence in the articles
    • so-called gratiae grate detae, what is given through grace,
    • the ordinary. The Maid of Orleans would perhaps be given as an example.
    • of which I have previously given you a description. John of the Cross
    • agent in the soul. He Himself instructs the soul and gives it suitable
    • having troubled so little about what has been given out as truth in
    • it should give itself up passively to the will of God.
    • given up to unprofitable conceptions of science, at a definite point
    • from reality. Therefore let us give him a grizzly picture of setting
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • fourth post-Atlantean period, gives us again even though in another
    • fashion is given in these theories today to the young people, who are
    • oneself in the direction given in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • be described by saying: actually (you will forgive me, I know, for putting
    • smell of which I have spoken and, forgive me, the childishness of men,
    • given practical proof. The question may now be asked: If man does not
    • ground gives you the feeling, akin to the will, but watered-down will,
    • as well as a willer is—if you will forgive me—a cripple.
    • fix, their attention only upon the ghostly world given them by science,
    • the gate of death. For what is given by science is only pictures, apparitions.
    • And if man refuses to give in and agree to recognise the existence of
    • in the same form. For today these things are not given to men by God
    • in evolution. And pictures of the future were not given only to the
    • thoughts given them during sleep. On waking, man brought his thoughts
    • will forgive mel To become headless means that the head could no longer
    • continually to give yourself a shake to prevent the thoughts sending
    • go deeply into what Spiritual Science gives you, when you plunge into
    • of energetic activity when conceptions are accepted such as those given
    • is not made in this matter, it men do not really give heed to the necessity
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • from what has to be given out today. But naturally in those olden days
    • now. Thus, for example, it was always given out in a way that today
    • these painful experiences. What gives happiness from these experiences
    • of the spiritual world, what gives satisfaction to life, is the afterglow
    • given by science, with just what people today are accustomed to when
    • the spiritual life. They deny it or give laws to everything they can
    • given in the matter by turning ones's eyes towards the wrong doing and
    • is talked of, it is in their books and given out in their ritual, but
    • I give out here are not so unreal as that! Above all they are spoken
    • given in their lectures and repeat it with a certain zeal, but independent
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • understanding when they want to give merely abstract, logical form to
    • the Mystery of Golgotha gives this picture—that at a certain point
    • the essential being of all paganism—today I can only give an outline
    • death of the spirit that was to give the earth its meaning. Highest
    • at this moment meet the tragic destiny that the forces given them at
    • then for earth to give mankind. In other words looking to Golgotha and
    • men had to aspire to something the world was not able to give. To look
    • was determined and was given form in the way it was possible to form
    • after the Mystery of Golgotha and 747 years before, that gives us one
    • all sincerity. To agree with the conception of God given him by a priest
    • 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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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • standing-by, in all the help given her, how fond they had become of
    • could only be given in those olden days out of a certain constitution
    • external arrangements (recently I have given an account of these in
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. But he must give himself a shake for nevertheless
    • he must understand. This is what is essential—to give
    • happen—to give oneself this shake so as in spite of all to learn
    • will bring it to the surface. This is what can give one strength in
    • periphery. The old concept of the state will vanish, it will give place
    • will indeed have to enter this external life. Whether or not it is given
    • and up to our own time, Goethe has been given the cold shoulder. And
    • who really could give Goethe what was lacking in the intimate circle
    • Linnaeus what he himself did not have. And what he had to give was something
    • is seen, so that men may be given the force for a deeper knowledge of
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • Here are four lectures, given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach in 1919,
    • explanations which I have given you can show you the true methods of
    • onwards up to the seventies; had he not given expression to the ideas
    • “practical” only because they have been given the legal
    • the threefold structure, give rise, within the social organism; to the
    • which I have explained to you, does not give any abstract resume and
    • in the necessary reorganisation of social conditions. Let me give you
    • circulation of goods. Under given circumstances, a gifted painter may
    • gives rise to disputes.
    • I have now given you
    • else, gives rise to the true economic value.
    • any given moment is determined, on the one hand, by the demand, or the
    • which exist at a given time. This constitutes the true economic value
    • hand, we find that it is influenced by all that which gives rise to
    • explanations given above, an isolated process, an economic process,
    • should never give rise to demands, but demands should instead come from
    • out of the purely economic sphere. It does not give rise to real demands.
    • unfavourable conditions. This would give rise to moral corruption.
    • explanations given above. Those who have an insight into such things,
    • which give rise to human labour in the economic value of goods, but
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • Here are four lectures, given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach in 1919,
    • thought, they should be given up. People, however, find it difficult
    • That is to say, man should be given the possibility to lead an existence
    • ideal of earlier times was given up at the beginning of the nineties
    • only be the modern state, the government. That is to say, he gives an
    • answer which he should not have given. He did not realise, and
    • and then he recapitulates and gives an idea of the social condition
    • soundly; it will give them the impression:“My God, how clever
    • At least, they give their votes. “Serving member of a community
    • the three members. If we give a threefold structure to a community,
    • formulae for that which should take place, but we should instead give
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • Here are four lectures, given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach in 1919,
    • the capital. This is its characteristic trait, and this gives capital,
    • for it has given rise to the belief that it is necessary to establish
    • have given rise to that terrible activity which exists in a modern metropolis,
    • should not be regarded as something which gives you the opportunity
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • Here are four lectures, given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach in 1919,
    • a second thing which spiritual science can give is the following: people
    • which thou givest me.” Similarly the animal would have to bow



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