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- Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
- monograph on Goethe — what is our experience then? We feel: this is
- or feeling for it? Men such as Troxler, and
- which may well up as a feeling of tragedy from contemplation of this
- feels all the time as though so many worms were crawling through the
- influence of human thinking and feeling, to take the form that is
- hewing wood. Do modern men feel that thinking tires them? They do not,
- that they were capable of feeling and experiencing in regard to the
- very few of them would — to use a trivial expression — feel
- deep feeling and perception when in my Mystery Play,
- your feeling, from your hearing, the earth shines out into the cosmos.
- from the earth. You cannot perceive, hear, see, smell or feel without
- Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
- feeling of the link with the spiritual world still lingers,
- materialistic thinking and feeling, on the earth became more
- feeling for the picture expressed by the noun has been so
- apprehended concretely, a contrast in feeling between the
- up the dreadful specter (for the dead really feel it a
- because they themselves need to feel concretely when you use
- awakened in your soul a feeling of the difference between
- feel oneself into the speech, to feel oneself in the world in
- their pockets and then want to talk without any feeling. For,
- feel with the world. Even those who do this often do so
- eurhythmic expression of the strong feeling of self when
- else is involved in this. A man feels an enormous
- ahrimanic.” This living feeling of standing an man
- can feel once more his identity with all nature.
- Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture II: The Inner Experience of Language
- and feel, and, according to the impulses of their characters,
- feeling and willing: this is the task of the epoch of the
- feelings and will impulses depending upon languages. Consider
- language as something homogeneous and men feel it to be so.
- will open out for an imaginative feeling and perception.
- relation to language. The soul inwardly feels a difference
- the fact that a mark, a furrow, is made. The soul feels that;
- true poet, for example, is just a man who has a fine feeling
- for the inwardness of language, a finer feeling than others.
- need a mutual understanding; that deeper, inward feeling for
- ourselves in the economic life, what feelings we unfold in
- whereas we Europeans actually feel that every possible thing
- this is not possible. We have to acquire the feeling that in
- nature. Certainly men still have a feeling for nature, they
- today man experiences in the most abstract way. He feels
- Theosophist.” What is that? It is a man feeling the
- divine ego with his own ego, feeling the macrocosm in the
- This feeling,
- light he was taking in: this feeling was an experience in
- wire a certain feeling of responsibility and an understanding
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