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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • subjective views or aims. The purpose of the lecture yesterday was to
    • that time. I spoke of this in the lecture yesterday.
    • spiritual life. At the end of the lecture yesterday I spoke of a
    • going about masked as prophets to-day endeavouring to better the lot
    • yesterday, were endowed with the same gift. But if, with all the
    • ‘Goethe problem’ to-day is precisely this: to raise into
    • He himself was not capable of this, for culture in his day could give
    • itself to-day is that it had no real experience of the spirit, nor
    • highest importance is essential. But because between 1200 and the days
    • to-day invades the customary ways of thought with such devastating
    • beyond his reach in the days of Greece. This is of far greater
    • science, contenting himself — as often happens to-day — with what
    • mankind to-day between the elements of heredity and race and the
    • spirit, spirit, spirit. People are not shocked by this to-day; but
    • pulsation of the blood. But that is about as far as a he gets to-day.
    • in man to-day. He does not know — nor can it be expected of him and it
    • into human bodies to-day are directed more by geographical conditions,
    • as they were in the olden days. In our own time, the souls are
    • Social demands cannot nowadays be advanced in terms of the trivial
    • present-day humanity; they must make good what they have neglected in
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • Today there already exists a great difference between those
    • these days mankind is proud of being practical: where,
    • sound to many today) by allowing oneself to enter into the
    • days often said that the state should be above all a
    • conceptions. You see when one cultivates such a style today
    • in picture form. It is especially in the present-day
    • concrete pictures at all. Today, to read a social pamphlet or
    • conventional use of words. Who today in speaking of
    • such words as what and how as now. Today when you talk about
    • supersensible much more than what it is today often so
    • finds most men of today—if you will allow me to say
    • man of today speaks. To leave out the concrete from one's
    • thinking is just to be slovenly. But most men are that today.
    • deciding on something. People today do not even consider why
    • today lacks. Because of its lack man is shut off from the
    • connection with the dead. Today man uses language in a sense
    • reanimated. Much that is customary today in the use of
    • satisfaction today in thinking in abstractions, free from the
    • for the dead. Today when people repeat spirit, spirit,
    • concrete is called forth. Most present-day thoughts are
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  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture II: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • ago, has today reached a culmination and will spread farther
    • What emerges today are primarily chaotic demands. In place of
    • Yesterday you
    • prevails among men. Today let us spend a little time on
    • speech. As I mentioned yesterday we had three periods of
    • followed in turn by the seventh. As we saw yesterday, on
    • example, nowadays speak now and then with some modifications
    • Nowadays there is very much that fights against this learning
    • Nowadays he who has acquired several languages becomes a
    • passes unnoticed by the man of today with his abstract
    • actually far more inward than man's ordinary, everyday
    • actually all that is really experienced. For present day
    • they understand each other. Today it comes to few to listen
    • this very language. There are some personalities today who
    • nowadays, so that language is used really just to gossip with
    • today when people take up a dictionary, and because the word
    • discuss the pressing demands of the present-day social
    • things. Today it is practically only for interjections that
    • little, as I showed yesterday, for verbs; a mere touch of it
    • described yesterday.
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