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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • A Turning-Point in Modern History
    • modern spiritual life.
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • modern thought is taking, within the limits, that is to say, of what
    • that has an extraordinary way of hoodwinking the modern thinker. It
    • can be shown between man and animal. Modern men do not in the least
    • Modern materialism as a whole is actually the creation of Church creeds.
    • events and does not live merely in abstractions like modern science, which
    • are often full of good sense. The conceptions in modern books on Zoology
    • in with earth evolution, whoever has seen into this — in modern
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • Science, as this would come from a modern believer.
    • understands it, is held to be heretical; so says the modern cleric recognised
    • gaze upon nature as she is presented to him by modern science. But the
    • modern natural science. St. John of the Cross had only those about him
    • it must be looked at in the sense of the modern world, if he has a living
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • he sees what impulses are necessary for the modern social structure
    • soul in which modern man is found here on earth, it is markedly noticeable
    • Or you think so little as the modern students of sociology who, because
    • of knowledge of the higher worlds. Well, and even modern socialism likes
    • old way of John of the Cross applied to modern man, as indeed it is
    • something unconditionally necessary for educating modern man in social
    • world, but the opposite of which is prevalent in the modern world, must
    • to modern demands is all that is spiritually observed. Those who are
    • had been disillusioned by one or other of the modern spiritual movements
    • number of people; they are indeed the modern Hotel dwellers; for all
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • what hinders modern man from coming to recognition of the spiritual
    • scientists in the modern sense of the word. For even with the intelligence,
    • life is prevalent among modern scientists. They are indifferent about
    • should be taken as perfectly justified in modern social life because
    • others, that the horizon, the spiritual horizon, of modern man is a
    • difficulty modern man generally has in getting out of himself where
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • when in any other way he is connected with modern culture, will have
    • a straight-forward ascending development as the modern theory of evolution
    • would have it. This modern theory of evolution imagines, first, what
    • ideas spun by modern men Plato looked up. Plato's ideas are the very
    • very recent times history for modern man has in general became thoroughly
    • does not grip the heart. what can modern man do if he wishes to awaking
    • Modern men can let work
    • mood of waiting for a new understanding among the most modern people
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • men out of modern Swabia, like the Germans of Bana. All this is the
    • who represents all that is new, this most modern man, at the same time
    • all, the lack of thought in modern culture is digging, this grave will
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • in connection with the most important problems of life, modern men may
    • life. Here I think that particularly a significant event of modern times
    • modern life, and which has, on the other hand, obtained the inner impulse
    • thoughts are a priori influenced by the modern economic order.
    • impetus of the modern proletarian movement in social life is based upon
    • is the modern working class movement. It is encumbered with all the
    • errors and the hopelessness of modern science, just because it sprang
    • out of modern science. But it proceeds entirely from thought.
    • contradiction which has found its place in modern life! During the past
    • to reality. An “advanced” modern thinker — “advanced”,
    • in the meaning of modern academic wisdom, modern illumined thought,
    • modern democratic consciousness may find the idea tempting that nine
    • particularly under the guidance of modern science, which has proved
    • when a modern professor of national economy, who is a guide to others,
    • This is of course the case under modern conditions, but it is essential
    • picture is not based upon this fact. For Lenbach, or any other modern
    • modern humanity must learn to say: “In no case can human labour
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • is not always clearly evident) from the modern natural-scientific way
    • science; they think in the direction developed through modern natural
    • this modern age is known to us. In a conscious way, man seeks to place
    • Then it passes over to the modern capitalistic production.
    • In a certain way modern
    • have the development of modern technical life, which entirely transformed
    • rise to the modern proletarian class. As a result, we have on the one
    • the time of modern engineering. In the western countries we therefore
    • the modern engineering age, it becomes permeated by the proletarian
    • development of the modern age has shown the trend of things in a fearfully
    • such a way that the old corporations developed into the so-called modern
    • states. These modern states of central Europe, stretching as far as
    • process now arose that modern economic life and its requirements turned
    • Than came the modern catastrophe,
    • that it is impossible to unite modern economic life with an obsolete
    • away, instead of becoming modernised in accordance with the requirements
    • of modern life.
    • which do not take into account modern economic life, are still strong
    • they should learn instead to develop now thoughts, new ideas. Yet modern
    • the part of modern men to understand how necessary it is to-day to acquire
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • as follows: In certain spheres, modern technical engineering has led over
    • example, it suffices to consider the modern steel industry; quite a
    • which modern economic life has called into existence, great accumulations
    • and of workmen belonging to certain definite spheres of life. Modern
    • socialists believe that the modern socialistic idea has led to the socialisation
    • economic life of modern times, can continue in a regular way.
    • suggestive influence upon the modern proletariat. If the conditions
    • the soul constitution of the modern proletariat. There we find that
    • such ideas exercise a strong, suggestive power over the minds of modern
    • of modern men (and this is due to many reasons) that they have a predilection
    • be healed if modern men lose this habit of surrendering to one-sided
    • socialisation of industrial life, we simply apply modern natural-scientific
    • the natural-scientific forms of thought developed in modern times, certain
    • concerns were swallowed up by the gigantic industries of modern times,
    • in the right way if we compare the modern capitalistic production to
    • The sleepiness of modern
    • all, in. our thoughts. The task of modern humanity is to take in God's
    • which the great majority of modern men unfortunately has shown no interest
    • of the whole course of development of modern humanity.
    • hand connected with the lack of interest which modern men have for the
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • the strength of the impulses which influence the development of modern
    • socialistic thinking and of modern socialistic aims. We might say: What
    • 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
    • can be gained to-day from these modern books on ethics and other spiritual
    • of Nature. Do you find in the words or writings of modern men, belonging
    • befall humanity. In regard to such things, the modern proletarian' party,
    • independenly of any traditional religion or sectarian. movement of modern
    • modern times. The latter leads to hypotheses such as that of Kant-Laplace.
    • The modern scientific
    • Modern humanity thus sways

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