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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • the social life of our own time. The middle of the century brought a
    • present time, when so much — far more than people realise —
    • according to Herman Grimm's remark — the time would have come
    • much more deeply. It can sometimes be heartbreaking how little the
    • Aesthetic Education of Man; this was the time, too, when Goethe
    • self-education of man, which he regarded as a necessity of his time.
    • It is very characteristic of the time of Schiller and Goethe to seek
    • beautiful essay on “Naive and Sentimental Poetry,” you
    • is the naive poet, Schiller the sentimental poet. He is simply
    • In a short time the whole way of feeling about this has turned round.
    • of what our time instinctively intends, out of impulses that remain
    • quite dark. The time before the middle of the nineteenth century
    • looked at man, and believed it could find the world in man. The time
    • At the same time there must be a development also in the study of man.
    • In our time threefold man is put together in an unclear, chaotic way,
    • The facts of the present time really prove that this insight must be
    • time do not see the connection between materialism on the one hand and
    • which were originally free corporations. If you go back to the times
    • In earlier times, if a man wanted to be an outstanding jurist, he went
    • in this present time, where earnestness is knocking most solemnly at
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • from which, particularly at the present time, the knowledge Spiritual
    • feature of our time; it it is a feature of our time to which attention
    • that should arise in our time is nevertheless extraordinary. This rejection
    • all the seriousness of the present time, who have for some time understood
    • of the times better than people outside the Anthroposophical Movement.
    • who in spite of the seriousness of the times have no mind to face up
    • delusion. For some time we have actually been living in an age very similar
    • invaded the civilised lands of olden times from outside, are the rapidly
    • At the same time, however, we may not forget that just those men who,
    • it must be admitted, are deeply moved by the earnestness of the times,
    • That is the tragedy, the fearful destiny, of our time, that men indeed
    • have brought us to this time of catastrophe and that they must be got
    • it is impossible to arrive at any sound solution for the present time, much
    • uphold the ideas professed by the church in medieaval times. Others have
    • whether Jesus ever lived, when at that time a great gathering took place
    • But in spite of the fact that speeches were made at the time by the
    • for in the meantime I have never come across this Revision of Logic.
    • At that time he said something that is quite correct — at the
    • present time men actually become quite frightening when they begin to
    • much. At that time he said something very fine: The Catholic Church
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • are concerned, to look back on many things connected in former times
    • seriously then, as life goes at the present time, opposition arises
    • Just at present we live at a time in which everyone wishing to take
    • faith. It is necessary to grasp such things at this time because in
    • in the publication “Voices of the Time” is this—that
    • from “Voices of the Time”, namely, that in sir Spiritual
    • described. Now, naturally, I cannot read out to you for hours at a time
    • Now St. John of the Cross says: “The time has come (he is referring
    • to the time of vision) when the reflection and contemplation undertaken
    • as unpermitted Pantheism if truth held good, and when at the same time
    • soul the following fact—that, at the sane time, such masters are
    • was Catholic doctrine at the time of John of the Cross before the age
    • theveils are removed from Him”. (He means God). At the time when
    • cast its shell.” At that time these things were said not in the
    • of the Cross would at that time have only allowed vision to be resorted
    • to receive sense-perceptions and to reflect, the time has arrived when
    • is modified to suit the time, namely: with those three signs I can now
    • produced by the scientific kind of conception. At the time he wrote
    • to write today he would say: Certainly at that time to those men who
    • of time becomes capable of abandoning these conceptions, particularly
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • to terms with this present time only if he makes up his mind to find
    • to men of the present time. For the present age is a very critical one
    • not change in a flash, one might say on into the present time, man is
    • there was a kind of crisis. For up to that time the whole of the earth's
    • of the earth. So that up to Atlantean times man was really only what
    • Atlantean times, however, he had only intimations of what he was supposed
    • more definite relations were arising. But the Greco-Latin time, the
    • in the time since the fifteenth century, that man stands within his
    • events of our time, the consequences of which—one can already
    • at the same time to there being far more hidden in in man than can be
    • not there. To put it bluntly, in the time just before birth in the spiritual
    • 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
    • the spiritual world which will be revealed in our time by a special
    • Up to the time in the Mystery
    • of Golgotha took place in earthly life, up to that time, everything
    • prophetic natures but in the time of the Greeks men still had their
    • fifteenth century than it was before that time. But it is only now that
    • looking back to the time when thoughts were still formed. The matter
    • can be in the same place at the same time—which decides the law
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • by the spiritual investigator. In former times the Initiates were allowed
    • this in past times, and it continues to be repeated by Initiates today.
    • all too easily that after some time he ruins his whole endeavour, brings
    • excluded, it must be actively, diligently, applied. If for sometime
    • Science in the form this took in atavistic times; it is an experience
    • where we also are the rest of the time—an intense experience.
    • outside in space and in time. We do not indeed do this, but were we
    • these things just at a time when it is particularly necessary, I have
    • is revealed every time there is real deep observation of nature, namely.
    • a bad misunderstanding is that sometimes from some kind of misunderstood
    • not meant as a criticism of the culture and conditions of the times;
    • of Europe with their American cousins, for a time must go through the
    • do not hold this view, who have preserved another view from former times,
    • and so on. Last time indeed I spoke about these things from various
    • time. Such hostility very frequently becomes particularly strong, however,
    • society against what is seen here as Spiritual Science, sometimes is
    • really strikingly conspicuous, at times even taking grotesque forms.
    • earnestness. The times are grave and the remedy for the times that we
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • the importance for the present time of penetrating into the world in
    • times. The fruitfulness of anthroposophical knowledge can be shown in
    • out to you that knowledge at the present time, when sincere, cannot
    • Golgotha as a reality at the very time when every other method of mankind,
    • certain time by livingly re-uniting Himself with earthly development.
    • of time, in a little mentioned province of the world-wide Roman Empire,
    • be found in nature. Pagan religion is at the same time essentially the
    • ancient times by the way which man out of his own bodily nature becomes
    • human nature is in the present time of world existence, namely, the
    • that at the time the Mystery of Golgotha was approaching human evolution,
    • When the time of the Mystery
    • point, but at the same time as these impulses are approaching the highest
    • and at the very time one is coming to this highest outer development
    • time men have arrived on the one hand at a certain height, where the
    • to its zenith, at the same time inwardly, spiritually, implied the necessity
    • to the abundant life acquired at this time in the world-outlooks of
    • this is exactly what happened at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Going farther back in former times it is found that to a certain extent
    • having yet come to a conception of himself. At the time the Mystery
    • of time which might be called zero, to see right into what was actually
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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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    • with in the spirit of our world conception, in times when the friend
    • who has gone could joyfully follow but also in times when she had to
    • all at once nor during the relatively long time that there has been
    • when we look back into very ancient times on earth, times long before
    • the time when the Mystery of Golgotha was approaching there was indeed
    • time, from that critical point, there had to arise a strengthening of
    • But the time came when
    • that after a certain time He appeared among them as a living being (how
    • reached for this later time. In Goethe himself, for the fifth post-Atlantean
    • in mid-Europe from which it has streamed. There will come a time when
    • point: I think I may say that, at the time the last traces were to be
    • who represents all that is new, this most modern man, at the same time
    • meet Goethe today, or had he met Goethe during his life time, because
    • The Mysteries Frau Dr. Steiner recited here a short time ago,
    • in it had Goethe in his time been able to bring forth all that lay in
    • where Goethe was, for in his time he was not able to bring it into his
    • and up to our own time, Goethe has been given the cold shoulder. And
    • the task of our time is to find the way back to Goethe. Strictly speaking
    • Baswdow; two men who represented a progressive but at the same time
    • this time more transformed, having more shape—then a third. In
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • of the present time, though this learning from events is a method practised
    • life. Here I think that particularly a significant event of modern times
    • for an understanding of the present time.
    • time, had he spoken of these things in 1800, or in 1796, his ideas would
    • time and it is no mere fad on my part when I say, for instance, in regard
    • to Anthroposophical spiritual science, now is the time to speak of it,
    • that time, which had already absorbed the Greek civilisation, there
    • wisdom existed at that time. A highest wisdom existed in those days. When
    • epoch. New conditions have only arisen at the present time.
    • from that time which is designated — but erroneously — as
    • the migration of the people. At that time, certain barbarian tribes
    • During the present time
    • Also at that time, the
    • constitutes one of the fundamental errors of our time and it may lead
    • produce a picture ready for sale in about a month's time — is it not
    • “crystallizes” into the picture in one month's time. This is,
    • is right at a time when the production of goods is very weak; nominalism
    • — at one time this, and at the other time that direction. You
    • a certain place at a certain time. This tension, and nothing
    • of definitely qualified goods at a definite place and time and the demand
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take on at the Present Time?
    • onat the Present Time?
    • at the present time a deep tragedy lies over humanity. Many of the lectures
    • of the social riddle of our time. Particularly in regard to this social
    • which might enable them to form the judgments which the present time
    • since that time, the leaders of humanity have not really done anything
    • time which preceded the 17th and 17th century, we find that people were
    • time. In these professional associations, which existed in the form
    • During the time of
    • mind that in recent times, the western states and North America have
    • the time of modern engineering. In the western countries we therefore
    • state, had been handed down from very ancient times. These ideas had
    • has, for the time being, been arrested in the western countries. But
    • in regard to natural-scientific thought. From that time onwards, the
    • ideal of earlier times was given up at the beginning of the nineties
    • purely natural-scientific thoughts of modern times. In this programme
    • self-consumption, so that the consumer is at the same time the producer,
    • that is to say, a community is producer. At the same time, he advances the
    • the course of time if we understand the interplay of these three systems
    • the war. Yet we can say at the same time that this definition does note
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • of capital, against which the economic life of earlier times appears
    • economic life of modern times, can continue in a regular way.
    • the natural-scientific forms of thought developed in modern times, certain
    • concerns were swallowed up by the gigantic industries of modern times,
    • the craftsmanship of past times, and if we make this comparison from
    • a certain definite standpoint. The artisan of olden times produced his
    • this unnatural separation within the economic order of the present time,
    • The time of mere belief
    • It is high time for this. The intellectuals have neglected to work in
    • ? A long, longtime will elapse before they die of their own accord.
    • of time. This beast in man breaks through, because the nobler human
    • problem of the present time.
    • time as the capitalists with their materialistic attitude and mentality;
    • that which the present time really needs
    • The present time is, above
    • alone can lead as to the goal which we must reach in the present time.
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • socialists sometimes use. Particularly when socialists criticize the
    • time social-economic requirements? — The most essential point
    • times, it cultivates at the same time a soul-life which is entirely
    • thinking. The greatest misfortune of our time is that love of ease leads
    • time to reflect over those things and to set them right, and very soon
    • of the present time — try to preach to them, and you will find
    • modern times. The latter leads to hypotheses such as that of Kant-Laplace.
    • in contrast to the statements concerning man which are sometimes advanced
    • time a genuine feeling of respect and reverence for the human being.
    • is connected with the social problems of the present time. An earnest



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