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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • In the collected edition of Rudolf Steiner's works, the volume
    • impulse working in Schiller when he wrote his Letters on the
    • rather that by work upon himself, by self-education, man should reach
    • working in a sense-perceptible medium. And he would produce something
    • rationality, sensuality, aesthetic activity — work together in
    • particular way for the forces of the soul to work together is what
    • of writing an element of soul and spirit is at work which is not
    • If we try to discover what main influence was then at work, we find
    • at work in it, which are not observed today by any chemical study.
    • social organism, too, can be healthy only when the three elements work
    • personal, must work into the State from either side, or the social
    • of law, Fraternity and Freedom must be able to work. But they cannot
    • work without a threefold social order. It would be just as senseless
    • heart. Things in life do work together, but they work together in the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • or materialism is devil's work and must be rooted out lock, stock and
    • not only does excellent work with ants but is a well-trained philosopher
    • life of Ants and among other works wrote The Souls of Men and
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • working in him the practice of certain virtues becomes easy which otherwise
    • of the consciousness soul) “And works upon, and inundates the
    • God Iho is working. ( within the soul, that is to
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • has been worked into various theories of knowledge. We get very little,
    • in the conception, only when something—his will—works up
    • out of the unconscious. If the will were not to work up and we were
    • man could bring back his thoughts. For quite a while this went on working,
    • work with what can be discovered in history, what is inherited from
    • like this Movement for Spiritual Science much can work harmfully that
    • work in a spiritual community but they have a hermit tendency, even
    • that work is done out of inner necessity, and what happens is not a
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • out by the well-informed, even by those who are doing research work
    • social reformers and social thinkers. Try for once to let work upon
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • in the whole Roman Empire. Throughout the centuries this event worked
    • into harmony with the working of the Jahve God. The whole tragedy of
    • direction of gravity the latter cannot work; but the pendulum does not
    • first worked themselves up to the heights on which Plato had already
    • is she who places me here and she will not hate her work. The profit
    • Modern men can let work
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • Works Volume 188. All lectures were given at Dornach in January 1919, and
    • which she shared in our work you will have been able simply through
    • is working with all its power to bring to naught, to
    • on Silvester eve I gave you here a picture worked out by a man who is
    • E.N. 36) or some other work, take the fact that The Natural Daughter
    • its human greatness we have before us a work of gigantic proportions;
    • his soul, then we have a frail, brittle work everywhere incomplete in
    • Goethe demands of us that we should work with him, think with him, feel
    • making every effort to model, to form the human, to work out of the
    • he can recognise from what is near to him, from the Greek works of art,
    • so on. What he considered important was to let Linnaeus work upon him
    • show him he said when there about these works of art: “Here is
    • was unable to finish just those works in which he wished to express
    • as The Mysteries work upon us, or when we let Pandora
    • work upon us, or any of the things Goethe left unfinished, we have the
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • social question with a member of the working class now constituting
    • the social question, we would always find that in regard to social work
    • To a man of the working
    • classes. When you voice this view to the working man, he will at first
    • engendered through feeling. A member of the greater mass of the working
    • employers must necessarily be the exploiters. A working man does not even
    • the following: The working class must become conscious of the prevailing
    • conditions, so that the working class itself may bring about a change
    • sense of moral responsibility, but that the oppressed, miserable working
    • and the needs of humanity, the listeners who belonged to the working
    • member of the great mass of the working population, should be taught
    • he delivered his great incisive speech on science and the working class.
    • is the modern working class movement. It is encumbered with all the
    • of political economy and in his great work Capital, just at that
    • a most important fact. Imagine that Karl Marx's works had appeared,
    • had reached a definite stage, his works did not become waste paper,
    • of these people, and of the way in which it works.
    • to work for you. Because you possess an object of value in this picture,
    • you can make so and so many people work for you. Suppose that you do
    • not sell the picture, and that you would have to do the work which others
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • sphere of work. One might say, that every man had a full share in the
    • capitalists and their followers, and the working proletarian population.
    • which is wonderfully suited to natural-scientific spheres of work, but
    • social endeavor. Paid work, the system of paid labour, was to be suppressed.
    • also ennobles man's work and confers dignity: upon it, because it does
    • he can fulfil his tasks. His work should not only guarantee him an existence
    • one of the usual phrases. In the words, “which ennobles his work
    • the impulses of a threefold structure to work together!
    • in 1900 in one week. In spite of this, the workmen worked for a whole
    • of the relationship existing between employer and workmen, we must say:
    • The workmen who continue to work for the whole week after the year 1900,
    • really produce in that time the double amount of work. Of course, each
    • workman produces the double amount of work for the market, and many
    • conditions show him this. This increased labour on the part of the workman
    • is naturally expressed in the proletarian problem. The workman is of
    • the workman twice as much, but he ought. to receive so and so much more,
    • done the work of 70 to 80 millions of men, which is more than the population
    • of Germany. Only a part of Germany's population consists of workmen;
    • order, a workman in Germany did the work of four of five men together,
    • he worked four or five times as much as a workman before the introduction
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  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 3: Emancipation of the Economic Process
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    • of workmen. Through the fact that these industrial concerns have taken
    • number of workmen. Moreover, the conditions of transport have led, to
    • and of workmen belonging to certain definite spheres of life. Modern
    • process would be that a community of workmen is no longer brought together
    • proletarians, which consists therein that workmen believe that they
    • democratic regulation of the conditions of work and pay.
    • with deeper human impulses, and these are beginning to work in the present
    • It is high time for this. The intellectuals have neglected to work in
    • who would, in the past, have worked for a prince or for the Pope, must
    • now work for the capitalist. If you follow the threads which lead, as
    • intuition and imagination must work together in order to shape the
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 4: Three Conditions Which Determine Man's Position
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    • of work and of pay are to be regulated democratically. 4) Profits of
    • cannot exercise any ethical influence, but works upon the foundation
    • admit into our Society a man who works in a brewery, for such person
    • point, that conditions of work and pay be settled democratically. Here



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