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- Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
- on, but it is merely mathematical and mechanical. It only speaks of
- mathematically, whereas the ancient wisdom of, the stars perceived in
- also in the case of such purely mathematical considerations, the
- poured into mathematical mould, that the pupil of the ancient
- thus brought to a mathematical understanding of the universe, he
- true insight into these matter the mathematical capacity is in itself
- mathematical forms and reckoning to them, we are spreading out again
- cramped into our mathematical, mechanical grasp of the heavens, so
- their phenomena. What we have in the way of mathematical astronomy is
- mathematical abstraction; and in like manner the inner must be widened
- Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
- mathematical science, speaking only of conditions and relationships in
- kind of knowledge resembling our geometrical or mathematical sciences.
- mathematical forms that the pupil of the ancient Mysteries was led.
- And when this mathematical understanding of the universe had developed
- The philosopher Kant says of the truths of mathematical science that
- engrossed in mathematical thought. For one who can truly apprehend
- these things, mathematical cognition is in itself a proof that before
- see in them the expressions of mathematical, arithmetical progression,
- has become our mathematical astronomy. The Magi possessed
- mathematical-mechanistic conception of the heavens, to the phenomena
- of which we apply only mathematical laws. What wells up from within us
- in our mathematical astronomy is the modern metamorphosis of the
- our mathematical astronomy is the child of the Magi-wisdom. It was
- inward; it has become our abstract, mathematical science by which
- same forces that are unfolded in our mathematical thinking can again
- outer perception. The outer has become inward, has become mathematical
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