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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Lecture: A Turning-Point
    • A Turning-Point in Modern History
    • turning-point in the history of mankind, particularly in relation to
    • The middle of the nineteenth century was a much more incisive point in
    • essential thing. And without an understanding of this turning-point in
    • midpoint of their being, they will create a right social structure as
    • because he has to stand entirely on the single point of his own self
    • from this single point. Each man thinks to himself: If I am asked a
    • People are inclined to stop at this point, leaving a certain sterility
    • it has to be said: a turning-point in the history of mankind has come
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • the world not only from the point of view of land frontiers; the world
    • from the point of view of frontiers is also discussed among men today,
    • Particularly where this point is concerned it is above all necessary
    • of the churches. There are people who have remained at the standpoint of
    • to dwell on one particular point, though some of you may say it is too
    • Catholic men you will find, in all passages where a certain point comes
    • Catholics. In passing I should like to point out that I am not at all
    • still taking the standpoint that must be taken in Spiritual Science.
    • philosophical literature one point will always confront you, a point
    • is the point that always comes into evidence when there is question
    • and man. They raise the point that the animal gets no further than the
    • Whoever an this point keeps
    • training on this decisive, fundamentally decisive, point, the distinction
    • And in point of fact he was quite right. There is no doubt that he hit
    • has schooled his thinking to the point of being able to grasp the whole
    • matter from the point of view of Spiritual Science, there the whole
    • understood. In their stream of development men have come to the point
    • Last time indeed I pointed
    • from the point of view of a spiritual horizon, whereas their judgment
    • attention to the same fact from a different point of view, as follows.
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • and especially a propos where the kind of considerations now in point
    • world, making it necessary at present for man to take a new standpoint
    • and with the rest of mankind. Yesterday we pointed out how much must
    • I pointed out yesterday
    • has no need to misjudge other spiritual streams. From this standpoint
    • I said that on certain points, compared with many of the statements
    • attacks, including those, for example. from the standpoint of the Catholic
    • spoken about this point. You know how I have said that the only wad
    • man would go beyond the ordinary point of human endeavour, and develop
    • constantly having attention drawn to them. It is pointed out that John
    • given up to unprofitable conceptions of science, at a definite point
    • on the path of human evolution. At this point we can no longer speak
    • I have already drawn attention to this from another point of view. [
    • honest from their point of view, but the force with which they hold
    • in face of the necessity belonging to this turning point of time. The
    • Granada. The Curia appointed him as Pro al Vicar of
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • side on what becomes so enigmatical if looked at from the points of
    • be described by pointing to the way in which an on-rolling spiritual
    • matter stands. My explaining what I have just been describing one points
    • I have often spoken to you of the fact from another point of view by
    • from the one you get on looking from the standpoint of life between
    • in sleep. This used to happen. This is just the great crossing point
    • is then seen from only a false point of view. It was Rousseau who held
    • the next point and then again to make a further step. Isn't it so? You
    • calculates, reckons, breaks the thread of thought at any point, calculates
    • about what is venerable, but from every point of view it must be indicated
    • At this point man will be able to become clear about the life of mankind
    • and wishing to live in it up to some point or other. This is something
    • for understanding rightly what is said from the standpoint of Spiritual
    • or of very little use. We have really to go into these fins points,
    • sphere, so largely around us today, two standpoints can be put forward
    • of these standpoints is that of reason, the second being the standpoint
    • what a prosy rationalist! He judges purely from the standpoint of reason.
    • reason, and what is done out of sympathy he condemns from the point
    • or other of the two standpoints can be chosen according to convenience,
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • these things from a point of view from which I have touched on them
    • very point that our contemporaries have terribly much to learn; in this
    • very point again our contemporaries do not fall in with what must be
    • say just on this point that even with any amount of bungling around
    • else if we are to speak about things from a certain point of view. What
    • There is naturally no point
    • human nature is fundamentally weighed down by evil—from the standpoint
    • the personal, accustomed standpoint. This is what must above all be
    • points of view. Now it will not be superfluous, from certain aspects,
    • because I want to point to the necessity for earnestness, dignity, and
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • from this anthroposophical research? From very various points of view
    • a physical event of the physical world. But only recently I have pointed
    • Now I have also pointed
    • out to you something that, when looked at purely from the point of view
    • We could speak of this point in paradox—had men not taken upon
    • the Mystery of Golgotha gives this picture—that at a certain point
    • the contemplation, of nature to the crowning point of her edifice—the
    • mankind had not come to the point of having done with these two main
    • divine. Both of these, however, had reached their highest point of development.
    • outer form both had in man's view reached the highest point and there
    • was no higher point to be gained. And now world-evolution actually resulted
    • point, but at the same time as these impulses are approaching the highest
    • point, others are descending to the lowest depths. There are always
    • can be represented from the most varied standpoints. We have already
    • at this point because the pendulum cord is in exact opposition to the
    • can put it thus, that had a man been able, at the point in our reckoning
    • is what had to be done, or would have had to be done at that point of
    • Recently I have expatiated on this fact from another point of view.
    • come to a comparatively high point. They absorbed into their still primitive
    • culture epoch. Take any point of the fourth post-Atlantean culture stage,
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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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    • understanding on this point we must first be permeated by the knowledge
    • Now from that point of
    • time, from that critical point, there had to arise a strengthening of
    • was repeated. Yet in Goetheanism man still had not come to the point
    • point: I think I may say that, at the time the last traces were to be
    • It cannot be said that mankind have yet reached a high point in their
    • into his soul. If we regard Faust from the point of view of
    • if we look from the point of view of the greatness that would have lived
    • as a man who placed things beside one another. For from a higher standpoint
    • to throw light on to the fairy tale from the standpoint of Spiritual
    • have already pointed to the fact that the Christ spirit united itself
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • I have often seized the occasion to point out to you that particularly
    • the general misery. The essential point is not that of increasing the
    • moment (this is the essential point!): As a proletarian, he denies the
    • humanity. This is the essential point.
    • territory, without taking into consideration that from a social standpoint
    • point) — we divide into three the parts which have merged together
    • If here, at this point,
    • and if the electric current is intercepted here at this point, we have
    • The essential point which must be borne in mind, the chief thing which
    • of Plato and of Aristotle had to come to the point of saying: “Man,
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • find any starting point which might enable them to form a judgment.
    • the proletariat converged in two points, two ideals. These two points
    • These two points were
    • of the 19th century. Two other points were now taken as real goals, as
    • aims. These two points were: In the first place, the transformation of
    • collective proprietorship. This was the first point. The second point was
    • quite to the point. They will even say that it contains everything that
    • at so many different points in life, that a socialisation carried put
    • from any one standpoint, would bring about the worst possible results
    • from other standpoints.
    • organisms brings in order its functions. This is the only point which
    • matters should be grasped from quite a different standpoint; we should
    • But he would speak the truth, if he would stress the following point,
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • point, the summit of its development, then it already contains the seed
    • from another standpoint.
    • standpoint must be borne in mind, as well as the one that smaller industrial
    • a certain definite standpoint. The artisan of olden times produced his
    • he is a member of the capitalistic economic order, the essential point
    • through his capital, but the essential point is for him that of increasing
    • question, we must bear in mind above all the following standpoint: that
    • a point of honour in making it as perfect as possible — this belongs
    • There are four points
    • The third point is the
    • The fourth point is that
    • or less the four points of the socialistic ideal, which we have now
    • millions of people see in these four points the aim of their ambitions.
    • will do their best to save us: The essential point for the progress
    • in our thoughts. This is the essential point! If we surrender to such
    • The chief point is to
    • when they have reached a certain climax, a certain culminating point
    • instincts have been neglected. Here we have come to a point which 'renders
    • be able to throw light on the four points which I have designated as
    • in this point it is necessary to bear in mind all the sources of error
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • time social-economic requirements? — The most essential point
    • speaking either for or against the drinking of beer, but the point from
    • blame anyone for his opinions; the essential point is to draw attention
    • point.
    • point in the four-fold socialistic ideal: Industrial concerns, production,
    • point here, depends above all upon spiritual questions, upon a clear
    • contemplated from the standpoint that man has his place within it. After
    • impossible to materialise the second point of the socialistic programme:
    • point, that conditions of work and pay be settled democratically. Here
    • Then the fourth point,
    • establish a socialistic order. An essential point within such socialistic

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