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  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • at Constantinople gave out the dogma that man does not consist of
    • spirit, was done away with dogmatically, and a dogma was enforced,
    • It is the result of the dogma pronounced by the Eighth Oecumenic
    • the soul and to establish the general dogmatic knowledge that man
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • is absolutely right to refrain from uttering the bald, dogmatic form
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • outpouring of the Spirit, since this thought has been dogmatically
  • Title: Opponents to Anthroposophy
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    • Dadaistic catechism says: yes, with dogmas there is something
    • else, they have to be believed as truths! — “Dogmas
    • placing a kind of anthroposophic dogma on the one side and
  • Title: Natural Science; the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • termed dogma within the Catholic or Protestant denomination,
    • regarding this dogma as “nonsense,” then we are
    • example of dogma — I want to refer to a central dogma
    • personality of the godly Being. Whoever finds a dogma such as
    • “nonsense” in such a dogma. Whoever does go back to
    • the way such a dogma was created will find that dogmas of
    • humanity and that the point of origin of these dogmas, often
    • clairvoyance these dogmas have emerged and one can say that
    • something like the Trinity dogma has emerged out of deep,
    • one time this dogma of the Trinity was a deeply recognized
    • knowledge fitted within such a dogma. This dogma then spread
    • dogma from its origins has since then gone through several
    • these incarnations. In the outer world this dogma has been
    • come across this dogma in church. There is no human
    • badly at present is not that the dogmas are false but that the
    • dogmas are in a form trapping the truth which in today's time
    • are obsolete and thus the dogmas no longer offer what the soul
    • of today needs. Thus we can say: these dogmas are preached
    • Regarding dogmas, one could say the souls who have experienced
    • various earthly lives where these dogmas were current, have
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  • Title: Social Life: Lecture I
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    • dogmas of the past, which in the past served a good purpose,
    • to it. The dogmas still retained are no longer understood. It
    • of the dogmas still maintained, humanity to-day only has a
    • Just take, for instance, the dogmas of the old books of
    • nonsensical. Even such a dogma as that of the Trinity has a
    • thousands of years in the evolution of humanity that dogma gave
    • such dogmas, but to-day they hardly exist except as a certain
    • dogmas, we have our external Science of Nature, in a state of
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture II
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    • life with theoretical dogmas, is just what should come from
    • does not trumpet its dogmas abroad, but simply provides an
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • denial, of freedom in piety and of bondage in dogma, of
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • should recognise in himself. There it became dogma to recognise as
    • world-embracing dogmatic teaching about the Trinity, a
    • Catholic dogma, if one wishes to call it so, one must be
    • dogmatic assertions and so on. All the same, it is still only an
    • dogmatic view in Jesuitism which points to Jesus as an Emperor, a
    • things — not in order to spread dogmatic ideas about an
    • amongst those who work not to form dogmatic opinions, but to create
  • Title: Social Life: (single lecture)
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    • that we may have any definite dogma or theory which we seek to
    • should think they have to advocate a definite dogma; and
    • in any dogmatic way, but all the time he has to consider the
    • number of dogmas, which we teach the children. We want to
    • the children things which can be comprised in a sum of dogmas;
    • Anthroposophical dogma to the children. That is one of the
    • “I believe in a certain dogma; that therefore is the best
    • us at all to bring any dogmas to the children, for we know that
    • if we tried to meet it with dogma of any kind. The spirit does
    • is then there, instead of a series of dogmas.
    • carry on Anthroposophy in a dogmatic way. We do not wish to do
    • Anthroposophy dogmatically on any Science. On the contrary, in
    • will extinguish all dogma and bring out the individual nature
    • as Dogma into any Science, or pedagogy.
    • human beings because they live in a definite dogma, but those
    • from introducing any dogma into our schools, or of bringing
    • themselves the truth of certain dogmas.
    • not our fault; there was never any question of teaching dogma
    • “Futurum,” are there any Anthroposophical dogmas,
  • Title: Easter/Pentecost: Lecture I: Thoughts on Easter
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    • Council has dogmatically explained the thought of Pentecost to



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