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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • much greater change in ways of thinking than is generally appreciated.
    • passion as a poet, but he was also a keen thinker. Goethe was not in
    • the same way a keen abstract thinker and he had less poetic passion,
    • do we find no trace of the peculiar way of thinking we are impelled to
    • stupid to think that anyone could now write something like Goethe's
    • thinking, and a man who had spiritualised instincts, such as Goethe
    • way of thinking about the best social conditions is equally powerless.
    • from this single point. Each man thinks to himself: If I am asked a
    • with his organism — he thinks: There inside is the organism,
    • Revelation and Experience is committed by Socialist thinkers today
    • to ask the heart and lungs to think and eat, as it is to ask an
    • abstract thinking on the other, particularly in relation to the social
    • condition, but of course you have to think of playing as Schiller
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • rid of, do you think that he would really be disposed to recognise the
    • that has an extraordinary way of hoodwinking the modern thinker. It
    • of the difference between man and animal. I think you will agree that
    • learned idler of the first water. (I don't think I can praise him more
    • Revision of Logics and I think he must have been writing it ever since,
    • think — that is they were quite frightening then. One need listen
    • in the least for none of you knows in reality how to think in terms
    • of philosophy. No one who thinks philosophically talks as you do!”
    • to think really in abstract concepts, a faculty which the animal certainly
    • has schooled his thinking to the point of being able to grasp the whole
    • same colours as he does. He also thinks — if he can think at all
    • think upside down. For instance I was once going down a street in Zurich,
    • I think it was, after a lecture held at the evening meeting of one of
    • thinking back to the most elementary, the most instinctive perception
    • materialists actually think that there is not much difference between man
    • all conceptions enabling them to direct this conceiving, this thinking,
    • To make thinking in accordance
    • Now we may think of two
    • man would really arrive finally at thinking differently about himself
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • nature. Whoever can think in accordance with reality will be unable
    • we say: The ordinary mortal thinks something, feels something or does
    • in his acting, thinking, feeling, and that because the Holy Ghost is
    • Rome. And it in widely recognised that anyone thinking differently about
    • not be so egoistic as to think that because one has ceased to believe
    • today should not be loose in their thought; they dare not think loosely
    • think. We must take note of this difference. Were St. John of the Cross
    • today all thinking men are candidates. This exactly represents the progress
    • thinking men—in the actual sense of John of the Cross one turns
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • is described by natural scientists or zoologists; just think of it being
    • when I come to see that what I think are only reflected images, then
    • if they leave their thinking only to their head. And this is really
    • how the matter stands; it is shown by men's reluctance to think. They
    • have less and less will to think. On the one side they want to have
    • be thinking. But men prefer not to do the thinking themselves. They
    • think out lacks true reality. It is true that there is no reality if
    • you take the mere thoughts. We can come to see, however, that thinking,
    • not the thoughts but the thinking, must become active. And when thinking
    • Today when you really begin to think actively, you can do nothing further
    • think; you think as little as the scientist thinks today who prefers
    • Or you think so little as the modern students of sociology who, because
    • the past. Think for once how men, because they themselves no longer
    • thinking. This is why there is difficulty in understanding my Philosophy
    • active thinking. In it the thoughts are different from the usual thoughts
    • But the other books particularly popular today—well, I think you
    • spirit in motion so that the whole thinking begins to move. Otherwise
    • the spiritual world in the right way. By active thinking man's inner
    • it is to develop coherent, connected thinking where there is no broken
    • with unconscious thinking to the sphere of the spirit—and it is
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • to as the thinking about nature and natural phenomena. It is on this
    • clear thinking about these things is sent to sleep simply by men being
    • social reformers and social thinkers. Try for once to let work upon
    • whether these, while thinking out their so-called social and political
    • is possible only if this solution is forthcoming from thinkers able
    • naturally will be forthcoming at once. If we are to think out social
    • For let us not forget this—that thinkers looked upon as very enlightened
    • basis of Christianity but of the church—a thinker of this ilk
    • which way a man thinks. How a man thinks is expressed in the whole of
    • think to be logic in the Chinese soul. So different are men on earth!
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • man in that he was thinking about himself was nearer the divine not
    • so far disengaged. They could not think much. They could hunt, they
    • Let us for once think what
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • oneself a shake, and simply think oneself out above the sound human
    • outer form. It would be shocking prejudice to think that English civilisation
    • point: I think I may say that, at the time the last traces were to be
    • Goethe demands of us that we should work with him, think with him, feel
    • has done. Goethe would have nothing to do with the abstract thinking
    • that thinks out all kinds of thoughts about plant classes, species and
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • by few people to-day. As a rule, they think that they can learn something
    • life. Here I think that particularly a significant event of modern times
    • and social thinking he would not attribute much importance to so-called
    • may think what it likes in regard to ethical or moral feelings…
    • who think that they can express an opinion as to the true significance
    • of “the people”, generally think that they belong to this
    • up that intensity of thinking which spiritual science can offer. F For
    • not find any meaning whatever in it, for I think that not the stupidest,
    • to reality. An “advanced” modern thinker — “advanced”,
    • South-West. Imagine that this stream of Christianity had not come; think
    • unable to think; the leading motifs for real thought are lacking.
    • and Aristotle were as yet unable to think that slaves are not connected
    • economists think that it is not at all a question of labour being stored
    • definition to him, if you think in a one-sided manner. But from the
    • inclined to define things; when they think to have discovered something in
    • think soundly rejoice over this. During the time which led to our present
    • sharp, clear way of thinking which these questions entail.
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • They do not find the possibility to develop the right way of thinking
    • their thinking! — certain forms of thought coming (though this
    • of thinking. People who think at all to-day, think in natural-scientific
    • subjects; they think in the way in which it is right to think in natural
    • science; they think in the direction developed through modern natural
    • But this kind of thinking
    • habit of thinking we cannot obtain any essential fact enabling us to
    • the past centuries, they are firmly convinced of a manner of thinking
    • kind of thinking, and that the life which has now come to the fore in
    • the external world calls for a kind of thinking which entirely differs
    • aims, still contained an unscientific way of thinking, it contained
    • still based upon a far more universal way of thinking; which proceeded
    • programme are altogether adapted in their manner of thinking to the
    • to-day people do not like to think, in spite of the fact that they are
    • so proud of their thinking.
    • thinking will be needed in order to reply to these questions, which
    • are not theoretical questions, but facts. This new way of thinking exists,
    • conception. This new way of thinking consists in the realisation of
    • so modern social thinkers do not wish to know anything concerning the
    • practical requirements of daily life. A regeneration of thinking is
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • Socialistic thinkers believe
    • adopt the proletarian socialistic conception of life, think as it were,
    • are completely at the mercy of their employers. They think that they
    • cause and effect is maintained, this same manner of thinking can just
    • science. But if the natural-scientific way of thinking is applied to
    • we do not only base ourselves upon that which people think, the following
    • Think of all the professors who are active in his or in that field;
    • him. Where do we find people to-day who think that it is necessary to
    • On the contrary, people think that the economic process should be distanced
    • faith, the comfortable argument, “We don't need to think of such
    • easy way of thinking is the cause of the present catastrophe!
    • not only think of God, but we should think in such a way that God lives
    • in the field of thought. The whole way of thinking must be transformed.
    • waking up! Do you think that it will be easy to drive away these instincts,
    • unless people find access to a really unprejudiced way of thinking.
    • think of it differently from others, who have also gained access to
    • this concept. It is the greatest soul-frivolity to think that we are
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • socialistic thinking and of modern socialistic aims. We might say: What
    • or proletarian thinking and willing; the proletariat simply does not
    • separated from the interests of daily life; the middle classes think
    • thinking. The greatest misfortune of our time is that love of ease leads
    • people into this disconnected, incoherent way of thinking and they remain
    • way of thinking in such a direction. What is surplus value? In the eyes

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