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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Grimm — the saying of an outstanding man who lived not very long
    • and Bismarck belong to conditions which no longer exist. Thus —
    • society. But this was no longer effective. In those days beautiful,
    • capitalist. Spiritual life came long ago under the dominion of the
    • longer finds himself within the social structure.
    • Paris. These institutions did not belong to a particular State, but to
    • belongs to social rights — not private rights and not penal law,
    • which belong to the spiritual life — all these belong to the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • will be increased the longer the world war lasts.”
    • longer be denied that comets are also heavenly bodies, the Catholic
    • may also come along and sort what is characteristic of man in this age
    • I said: How long ago in evolution is it since man tried to make paper?
    • For you must realise that the world you acquire after long study, when
    • times, he may be told: If you wish no longer to be afraid that a fearful
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • taking into account all the prejudice belonging to certain religious
    • barrenness and aridity (he goes on to say) the soul can no longer deliberate
    • soul no longer reflects with the intellect or even finds any physical
    • support, then the senses are no longer enriched. The spirit has the
    • no longer the light. It is really very beautiful how John of the Cross
    • do with the senses, for its guide, the soul travels along the narrow
    • a will belonging to the soul, both of which merge in vision. But today
    • Today St. John of the Cross is no longer a saint but a heretic. This
    • perceiving that one no longer desired to employ the imaginative power
    • when in their souls they have a longing to find some kind of path to
    • longing today, it is the fulfilment of what St. John of the Cross accepted
    • perceiving that he no longer desires to use the imaginative power of
    • from the animals; one no longer has any desire in that direction. And
    • 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
    • no longer receive shock from the impression of an immediately experienced
    • in face of the necessity belonging to this turning point of time. The
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • this end no longer suffice, and also find his way to a new relation
    • to his fellow men, the old relation no longer being suitable, so that
    • this Imagination into words) actually so long as they are in a physical
    • among beings who belong neither to the mineral and plant kingdoms, nor
    • corpses, then man in his whole attitude of soul would really belong
    • actually belong there and are not there. Everything goes to show that
    • we long to know certain exiles. We only know there are banished beings,
    • 1), and this is so on account of its deterioration through belonging
    • in his physical form, is dried up. For what belongs to animal and man
    • to long for it. And even the most hardened deniers of immortality have
    • in the depths of their will, where longing is born, the longing to experience
    • a longing. The present time is sick with this longing. And the many
    • illnesses of the present time are the expression of this longing holding
    • his longing. If anything is living in the sphere of the will which we
    • sublime things were revealed in dreams, exist no longer, therefore,
    • will forgive mel To become headless means that the head could no longer
    • he used properly, the head could no longer bring back thoughts out of
    • the past. Think for once how men, because they themselves no longer
    • In this longing, today more
    • where he should become clear about his own personal being. In this longing,
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • back from objects, light that no longer blinds the eyes. You can gather
    • rings in his words, when in other words man's immortal soul is no longer
    • as if we both belonged to the same family. When we meet another man
    • when appearing among people who also belong, let us say, to some occult
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • It goes without saying that in relation to its inner law this belongs
    • form. And for a long time these barbarian Arians (cf. R. XLVII.) of
    • the time that passed between Plato and Goethe, a rather long culture
    • belong to her, she drives us along with her. Even what is unnatural
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • all at once nor during the relatively long time that there has been
    • belongs to the revelation of the Christ impulse. To come to a right
    • when we look back into very ancient times on earth, times long before
    • of the human organism, the human being, a constitution no longer existing.
    • Mysteries. Today, this can no longer really be pictured because through
    • a man's nature could no longer be straightway transformed in this manner
    • something which should now develop in a special way, something belonging
    • following question: Where do Goethe and those who belong to him, the
    • that he was still connected with a knowledge unhappily no longer even
    • reality and its truth, all this no longer meets with any understanding
    • and unwarned into the circle of her dance, and carries us along till
    • century would much rather have belonged to those who buried Goetheanism
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • particularly those who belong to the class of the so-called employers,
    • the picture of a man with a long body and with tiny little legs, stating
    • for everybody else already belonged to some “Council”; but
    • the only one in Germany ,who did not belong to a council and who did
    • and the needs of humanity, the listeners who belonged to the working
    • classes would answer: “What are you talking about ? You belong
    • belong to the middle classes, or even to the higher classes, they would
    • of “the people”, generally think that they belong to this
    • the more highly developed nations were no longer able to receive.
    • room, the above definition no longer holds good; the political-economic
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • been dispersed; now they exist no longer. We might say that up to the
    • with it. If he was an apprentice and belonged to such a corporation, he
    • arisen from entirely different aspirations, were no longer suited for
    • it can only be arrested so long as the old bourgeois-democratic impulses,
    • can no longer be suppressed in the western countries, the short-sighted
    • pure laziness — of ideas which no longer exist, of concepts which
    • was no longer to be placed on an equal footing with objects sold as
    • goods, it was no longer to be treated as merchandise. The system of
    • no longer compel the human being to sell his personal labour. This concept
    • it is no longer a question of man acquiring or conquering something;
    • it is no longer a question of suppressing the system of paid labour;
    • it is no longer a question of eliminating social and political inequalities,
    • indifferent matter. And the economic order is no longer to be a production
    • it consumes. The goods produced are no longer merchandise, but they
    • are distributed among those who belong to the community. Those who produce
    • and perplexed, and they will continue to be without advice, so long
    • Each part belongs to the whole as a serving member of the community,
    • long as the definition remains mere theory. But when a situation such
    • that it is no longer possible to talk in the usual way of the socialization
    • with old habits of thought, and they forget that the States no longer
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • and of workmen belonging to certain definite spheres of life. Modern
    • process would be that a community of workmen is no longer brought together
    • only a small minority belonging to the cultivated classes really feels
    • a point of honour in making it as perfect as possible — this belongs
    • or the demand, that is to say, production should no longer be regulated
    • profits belong to the community.
    • in the spiritual world is past; it is no longer possible, at present,
    • ? A long, longtime will elapse before they die of their own accord.
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • of Nature. Do you find in the words or writings of modern men, belonging
    • into things, we may even say: So long as spiritual life continues to
    • so long as the spiritual community, or spiritual life, is obliged to
    • has been lost long ago in that philosophical-scientific madness-designated
    • as the Kant-Laplace theory! He is no longer contained in this theory;
    • even in the earthly sphere natural science can no longer find the human



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