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- Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
- signify for men of the Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch of culture. He
- civilisation. For when we envisage this brilliant culture of the
- culture was devoid of spirit. What is meant here, of course, is spirit
- the whole period of Middle European culture of which I spoke
- He himself was not capable of this, for culture in his day could give
- of culture there is no real grasp of the spirit, no experience of it
- must be said that this culture was empty of spirit. And because of
- stream of culture: men were unable to perceive, to divine, the
- happen only in an epoch when scientific thinking impinges on a culture
- Greek culture which enables the soul-quality of the spirit to pulsate
- of an alien form of culture. This Greek culture was a cover for the
- infantile disease, from ‘culture scarlet fever’, ‘culture
- juristic culture was fitting and appropriate. Then this same juristic
- transplanted from ancient Rome into the sphere of Middle European culture,
- gets ‘culture scarlet fever’, ‘culture measles’, if one
- bearers of this middle-class culture, which reached its culmination in
- souls, the bearers of this culture were seeking for the spirit without
- realm of Greek culture! They learnt Greek in their intermediate
- inculcation of Greek culture. No spiritual life belonging
- culture did not really belong to the epoch beginning in the middle of
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- Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
- our materialistic culture. There is a great difference
- civilization, to sweep away this culture of capitalistic and
- Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture II: The Inner Experience of Language
- present superficial culture.
- spiritual culture of the future. An imaginative spiritual
- culture must be developed in the future. Now we have reached,
- culture, that spiritual culture which everywhere works
- a culture with imaginative conceptions. Our culture must be
- remark how much the man of every sphere of culture when he is
- to permeate the whole of the education and culture of the
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