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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Human Science and Social Science.
    • live on in humanity in a way quite different from the way imagined by
    • with his humanity; when, that is, he does not simply submit like a
    • rational necessity — as the highest human virtue. “Duty,
    • carries his humanity so far that he does it because he likes to do it,
    • Thus Schiller seeks to draw down rational necessity into his human
    • seeks to raise up and spiritualise, so that the human being is not
    • ideal for human beings. If a mutual permeation of rational necessity
    • in art a guide for the rest of human activity. The spirit of Goethe
    • for individual human beings, and also for the State and the social
    • Schiller thought should be aimed at. And he believed that when human
    • these human beings form a social order, it will turn out to be a good
    • human, harmonious instincts. Schiller was a man of reflection and
    • engage in it, because he was open to everything human and because he
    • was clear to him that to understand the human being in his development
    • there was so much more in the human soul. And things could not simply
    • Thus Goethe was impelled to conceive this path for the human being
    • — a sense that humanity has not yet grasped, but should grasp and
    • them of a powerful spirituality which humanity has since lost. Anyone
    • middle of the nineteenth century and humanity was thrown back on its
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  • 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
    • profound change in human conceptions is needed. For men have informed
    • sound human understanding. And in thus going by the Guardian of the
    • the human eye has no such organisation, being much more independent.
    • in the human being. For this reason, however, the whole world of the
    • unconsciously. Innumerable human beings go through What the depths of
  • 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
    • The other gifts are those which may be called the universal human gifts.
    • that are universal and human. Such a raising of universal human faculties
    • man would go beyond the ordinary point of human endeavour, and develop
    • man-made endeavours towards producing a human being who sees a spiritual
    • have tremendous influence today upon millions of human beings. We must
    • have these words if it is said further that the human soul is never
    • God is so directly present in the soul that the human soul can be conscious
    • the human soul!
    • on the path of human evolution. At this point we can no longer speak
    • human souls have lived so long with rituals, with their symbols mid
    • will is only there to interpret with his sound human understanding that
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ... Human Science and
    • of yesterday you will have seen how easily the whole course of human
    • kingdom and in his own human kingdom. This is what is visible around
    • man. And in the visible human kingdom there is played out what comes
    • human kingdom and animal kingdom—unveil themselves to him in such
    • and on the other hand the animal kingdom and human kingdom reveal themselves
    • with the animal and human kingdoms. Unconsciously men already have,
    • to the animal and human kingdoms, but lie between them. He bases his
    • when confronted by the animal and human kingdoms I actually see only
    • with the deepest reality of human evolution. Man cannot struggle against
    • human evolution.
    • back with him. The structure of the human organism was still such that
    • of impermeability—two men cannot be in human consciousness at
    • demands on the human heart and mind to widen the interests beyond narrow,
    • as the world of human beings. Education in Spiritual Science consists
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ... Human Science and
    • Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
    • sound human intelligence; when rightly directed, is sufficient for the
    • these things with sound human intelligence, man has himself the possibility
    • spiritual world, to learn to understand it with sound human intelligence
    • the things of the spiritual world simply through his sound human intelligence,
    • their sound human intelligence active so that it may understand, or
    • so happen that the man says to himself: What! Sound human Intelligence?—that
    • far less liking today for sound human understanding than people imagine,
    • and they would like to get round this need for sound human understanding
    • the help of sound human intelligence is indeed very common. Those initiated
    • in those who meditate. They do not seek to let their sound human intelligence
    • always emphasised, however, that sound human understanding may not be
    • it is sought to make a practice of excluding sound human intelligence
    • them through their sound human intelligence, can have this just as well
    • with sound human intelligence. Usually the only thing they do not recoil
    • that these things can be understood with sound human intelligence because
    • them then in their capacity for forming concepts , in their sound human
    • through this human intelligence he experience of the fingers in the
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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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    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ... Human Science and
    • the world and in mankind up to the present. Whereas human observation
    • We can gaze upon this human guilt and regard it in the way human guilt,
    • such great human guilt, is regarded. This is the one side of the matter.
    • human guilt was necessary for the greatest blessing to enter the evolution
    • in human understanding. This is why people do not arrive at any living
    • idea that for human perception the divine-spiritual is in some way to
    • human race. For however hard it is sought to recognise from nature the
    • human birth, then punishes bad and rewards good actions in the course
    • in the human soul of the Book of Job with a feeling of isolation, from
    • contemplation of what presents itself to the human gaze, to everything
    • in human life, as the course of natural events in which won is interwoven.
    • in the human soul itself? Whither is the ancient Hebrew conception driven
    • to the Jahve impulse, a being having a part in human nature as this
    • human nature is in the present time of world existence, namely, the
    • that at the time the Mystery of Golgotha was approaching human evolution,
    • in human evolution. Neither has it since been reached again nor was
    • the Book of Job is indeed one of the miracles of human evolution.
    • took place what otherwise was always presented as individual human experience
    • human. For this reason the prevalent attitude of these northern barbarians
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ... Human Science and
    • that the human race has really developed, really changed, in the course
    • of the human organism, the human being, a constitution no longer existing.
    • course of human evolution the fact once came about that at a certain
    • to the progress of man. For it is incomprehensible to the human intellect
    • oneself a shake, and simply think oneself out above the sound human
    • highest human force.
    • upon this monstrous phenomenon in human events, where the world is reedy
    • foresees what simply must be made clear also where the forming of human
    • what they are now, perhaps from scholars they will have grown into human
    • human affection and width of outlook, but take it as giving a picture
    • than human, if we look back at Goethe himself, beneath much of what
    • its human greatness we have before us a work of gigantic proportions;
    • actually and in reality? You have from Goethe the most honest human
    • This was simply because Goethe aimed at building a bridge from the human
    • to the superhuman, not in accordance with any abstract rule, not out
    • of an intellectuality open to influence, but out of what is human itself.
    • Goethe needed to hold fast to the human so that within it he might find
    • the passage over from the human to the superhuman. Thus we see Goethe
    • making every effort to model, to form the human, to work out of the
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • ... Human Science and Social Science, published in German as,
    • with human dignity.
    • be considered as right, through an insight into the development of humanity
    • and the needs of humanity, the listeners who belonged to the working
    • possibility of any social improvement in human development through the
    • and the true forces which are active in the development of humanity,
    • which human beings should absorb it. But something else should be borne
    • human understanding is really something which is subject to evolution,
    • of the whole of humanity.
    • view, we would have to say that only one tenth of humanity is cultured,
    • Or when a human being surveys life, he would gladly forego the activity
    • tenths of the whole of humanity constitute the uncultured, unfree dependent
    • more instinctive part of human nature.
    • been mentioned in regard to nine tenths of humanity, constituting the
    • of humanity differ from the people who believe to be the leaders. For
    • understanding. The nine tenths of humanity constituting the so-called
    • themselves, not the souls of these great masses of humanity, but the
    • No class of humanity has
    • humanity. This is the essential point.
    • someone who seeks to establish the anatomy of the whole human being
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • ... Human Science and Social Science, published in German as,
    • at the present time a deep tragedy lies over humanity. Many of the lectures
    • riddle we may say that a certain deep tragedy now lies over humanity. For
    • since that time, the leaders of humanity have not really done anything
    • 19th century, humanity has been striving to form social corporations
    • of corporations, guilds, etc., the individual human beings were able
    • to take a full human interest in the organisation of their particular
    • organisations were more or less useful in the development of humanity.
    • the development of the personal, individual element, after which humanity
    • and the economic initiative was now taken over by individual human beings,
    • the world in regard to the social life of humanity. We should bear in
    • outlook. This movement which must spread over the whole of humanity,
    • the last centuries, these judgments rose up into human consciousness,
    • and people began to look upon the human being as the centre of every
    • in keeping with human dignity (this was a rather muddled idea, but we
    • can develop it clearly with the aid of spiritual science), human labour
    • no longer compel the human being to sell his personal labour. This concept
    • still took into account something universally human. And it was the
    • but it is a question of something which completely eliminates the human
    • being as such, of a process which ignores the human being, a process
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • ... Human Science and Social Science, published in German as,
    • order during the past centuries of human development. Those. who now
    • When any human order, or any life-structure has reached its culminating
    • human being, and which could be fully surveyed by him. As a very characteristic
    • between something that is sound or unsound in the course of human development.
    • we can say that the deep tragedy of the present has befallen humanity,
    • of humanity during the past three or four centuries, if we study above
    • process of humanity as a whole?
    • the individual human being., Lad every form of production was therefore
    • economic process really becomes separated from the individual human
    • from the individual human being.
    • with such matters they would see that the human being has, as it were,
    • to the past. The human beings have become separated, as it were, from
    • and ask yourselves whether they are really humanly connected with what
    • so that the human being himself is cut off from that which interests
    • re-establish the connection between the human being and that which he
    • as far as possible from man, should be separated from the human being.
    • What is the result of this? All that is connected with the human personality;
    • the needs of the human being as such, have to satisfied in other spheres.
    • as far as the structure of the social organism of humanity is concerned.
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • ... Human Science and Social Science, published in German as,
    • facts which are not entirely out/off from the human being, as is the
    • of modern humanity, to an ever growing lack of confidence in the power
    • the development of modern humanity, a fact which we have already considered
    • to exercise any influence upon human beings. The moral concepts which
    • into the economic structure of human life nothing but this causality
    • humanity in such a way that ethical requirements become at the same
    • befall humanity. In regard to such things, the modern proletarian' party,
    • science offer to human souls, if it is not only taken as an abstract,
    • dry theory? Spiritual science can offer human souls three things: —
    • really learn to respect and prize the human being, they acquire a
    • appreciation of the human being. Consider that the whole cosmos is
    • even in the earthly sphere natural science can no longer find the human
    • of the human being in the whole cosmos. This is possible, even if we
    • amd deeply human concern, will obtain through such a contemplation of
    • human being as such.
    • cannot appreciate the human being as such. Spititual science remains
    • cosmic human being and thus arriving at a feeling of respect for man,
    • and respect the single empirical human being, the everyday man, that
    • are outside the human being. How does spiritual science observe these
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