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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • call to mind something which can become clear to any one who considers
    • we may call its higher knowledge. This is another example of something
    • knows only the purely sense-perceptible aspect of things. This
    • revealed. This ancient knowledge of the stars was something quite
    • these movements something of higher significance, remote from space
    • not the abstract mechanical thing it has become for modern humanity.
    • For them the starry world was something full of life. They felt the
    • strange thing was that the pupils of those ancient Mysteries existing
    • for thousands of years as something communicated only to the most
    • children to-day. They are nothing else; and their Mystery-character
    • Our modern conceptions of these things are by no means always
    • it is a different matter to know these things — from the
    • things, so remote from life and reality. There is not even a true
    • Fact”; but just such important things as these are usually not
    • approached with things constituted the very kernel of the Mysteries in
    • ancient times is something which should be grasped. And it was thus
    • something which most people now-a-days will not agree with. And it is
    • abstract to us, revealed at that time something really living, because
    • nothing at all is said with this “a priori”! A meaning
    • mathematics is something that rises up within us, that rises to
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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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    • (Verstandes und Gemütsseele) unfolded. Everything that humanity
    • Latin and Roman culture then took over something that was in a
    • ideas; on that account the Romans developed something that did not as
    • intellectual soul, into something which we assume to have already
    • something quite different from that which constitutes our modern
    • juridical concepts. These are something abstract, something that is
    • no longer so close to the human soul. Everything that thus
    • with a fluctuating knowledge of humanity. These had nothing of the
    • humanity nothing but its language; it left behind its more or less
    • fourth post-Atlantean epoch lives in everything that constitutes our
    • something that none of us possessed in our previous incarnations, in
    • of the most important things in Anthroposophy is the knowledge that
    • we had to take in something in order to climb over an important stage
    • time a feeling that he was drawing in something etheric, that the
    • that shines upon the things outside, that makes the things outside
    • considered his food, in which he took in something that he did not
    • believe that then we bring forth something of what we experience. It
    • is not true at all that we can experience something in that way! We
    • filled with something, and so that that which really lives within us
    • flashing through the clouds, or the rolling thunder! He knew nothing
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  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • means sufficient. Everything depends upon understanding conditions as
    • outer circumstances to be qualified to judge of such things. And then
    • suppose he wants to inform himself about things that are actually
    • capable of explaining the things and phenomena of Nature, and nothing
    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • At this point, before we proceed any further, let me repeat something
    • Christianity before their present birth. Christianity is something
    • well on towards Russia mainly consists. The way to study these things
    • extent when we take into consideration the things I have put before
    • everything connected with the material world in such an eminently
    • observation, whether it be in history or in anything else. Think of
    • as if something were going to burn them. One comes across incredible
    • external life, for these material phenomena themselves are nothing
    • Again we find people saying: The only thing to do is to believe in
    • “After all, when it comes to things that do not directly
    • either have experienced personally or be able to experience things
    • truth. Nothing will make me accept these things merely on the basis
    • their birth is something that concerns them most intimately, but
    • That is one thing that may be said about the rejection of the
    • Everything depends upon our having the courage to approach these
  • Title: The Real Being of Man
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    • between birth and death. Through everything which shines down
    • the vision of the heavens, that signifies nothing immediate
    • or direct, but simply something which remains to us as an
    • down in the world, and thus become something which here on
    • things increase in number more and more in our soul, we can
    • approaching that epoch of time when such things are lying
    • suspend something over us, so that we cannot mature. Those
    • important thing in earthly development does not lie in the
    • disappear into a pantheistic whole, in such things you can
    • that he already experiences everything which he can possibly
    • of everything which can possibly exist on the Earth That is
    • idea of everything which can possibly be on the Earth, but
    • life of the East, something appears which has never been
    • Ahrimanic application, and through this something terrible is
    • that, although they would indeed die, yet the terrible thing
    • can undertake one of three things: One, to pass his life in a
    • form clear concepts of life. That is one thing which may
    • everything which the intellect can accumulate, to despise
    • everything which poetry or fantasy pours over
    • these are simply two sides of one and the same thing); or, on
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • not reached anything like its full power, but was only slowly being
    • something that is not religion at all.
    • everything that can befall the physical body. Men needed, first, the
    • achievements in a certain domain are something that humanity must now
    • become something that has dragged the greatest of Mysteries into the
    • human evolution at that time something that is forever inexplicable by
    • be no evil but something that had no real existence. But this feeling,
    • something, which, in a way, rouses their antipathy. Goethe has made it
    • mere counter-image. We must gain something from what stands before us
    • may thank many things in life — but if you have gained knowledge
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • conception of things in the outer world. This development proceeds
    • that these things are unknown to-day but that they were imparted to
    • consciousness. A true conception of these things is rarely in evidence
    • quite familiar with it. But to know things from the vantage-point of
    • alchemy assert that nothing is known about the Philosopher's Stone.
    • alienation from reality, is incapable of grasping these things. Nor is
    • by something that came to meet it. And so the science and knowledge of
    • lip-wisdom. Kant's a priori really says nothing. The expression has
    • these things, mathematical cognition is in itself a proof that before
    • something else as well. He has no knowledge of it, but just as he
    • with phrases speak of such things in glib words to the effect that it
    • things from the vantage-point of the soul, but they do not penetrate
    • its final phase at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha. Everything in
    • birth, to something that must be born anew in our time. For true
  • Title: Opponents to Anthroposophy
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    • aphorisms I want to bring things to your attention today. We
    • one can only create true relationships out of something real,
    • multiplied, this we can't deny, contributing something
    • be called obscure, where things are thoroughly avoided which
    • when something is offered which surpasses that, which is
    • pleasure, something which exists but doesn't intervene in a
    • detail of life. You can't consider it as something on the side.
    • these things are absolutely unavoidable, and it doesn't allow
    • out all kinds of obscure mysticism and so on. Such things are
    • spiritual science. It is already necessary that these things
    • Here you have an article — the whole thing is an article
    • — many self-explanatory things can be stated — but
    • people, it's the same thing, and somehow make someone
    • broadcast, on my account, something regarding the reincarnation
    • publically present something like our Eurythmy without having a
    • circles, but it is assumed that one brings together everything
    • includes everything spiritual and actually human life as well.
    • being haughty and disdainful about everything which is outside
    • clarify and treat these things. This is necessary in all areas.
    • result something quite terrible has come to the fore. It must
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  • Title: Natural Science; the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • don't need to think of something drifting over our heads which
    • life contains, or is permeated to some extent, with something
    • existence of the spirit within everything, not existing
    • it originates from the people who are in control of things
    • things in order to prove how they really relate to their
    • something like the Trinity dogma has emerged out of deep,
    • accepting something which is not understood, creates an inner
    • about these things, so we must during the examination of
    • something which is merely sense perceptible material.
    • it something permeated by the spiritual. As a result many
    • people who don't accredit it with anything special, presently
    • with physical sense perceptible science don't find anything
    • important thing here is that even today's incarnated soul has
    • in order not to have a relationship any longer to anything
    • brings with it anything from former earthly lives. We do bring
    • A, to B, and then with C and they all say the same thing. Each
    • one individually believes in having said something particular,
    • all say the same thing. We actually only have one kind
    • nothing which can be conserved in nature, that everything is
    • transient, even matter and energy. Nothing is left over for the
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  • Title: Real Being of Man
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    • permeating everything, but such talk does not help one to an
    • resort, everything recognised as spirit must tend towards
    • important and significant things at the base of the
    • on anything of what transpires in the sphere of warmth, it does
    • our organism through our breathing process; everything we find
    • nothing directly to do with our intellectual thinking.
    • All that transpires in us in that way, has again nothing to do
    • Now, in everything which surrounds us in the various spheres in
    • — that is our Jehovah-life. Everything which moves in the
    • everything which can be compared externally with the
    • grasp something of the Event of Golgotha, and if, through a
    • can also see this in other things. A quite modern scientific
    • anything but what is mineral or physical. As soon as the
    • conversation turns to anything else — for instance, to
    • everything, one might say: — “Man has spread a
    • fluid-nature, which lives in our breathing in our warmth
    • also in man's blood, in his breathing, and in his assimilation.
    • man and creep into his blood breathing and digestion.
    • into him. In so doing, Jehovah had to take something to His
    • aid, something to which these Ahrimanic beings have access; and
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  • Title: Social Life: Lecture I
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    • body, is all the time preserving something in this physical
    • age. — They all show something of a lack of initiative,
    • himself, life is thereby poured into everything which as
    • This method of looking at things ought to become general. If
    • developed from a Spiritual method of looking at things. That
    • the things of this world as one who meditates about man and
    • same thing with reference to the social order of humanity as a
    • they read nothing there of a Natural Science, that is, of a
    • the 13th or 14th Centuries, and reads the things written and
    • things described then were described as permeated by spirit.
    • so it remains something which has no relationship to man
    • to the soul something which will animate it, and give it force,
    • of Matter is one side of human cognition, one thing for which
    • see as matter is nothing else than spirit which has become a
    • that it may become something for the future.
    • just think. We bring something over into the present from our
    • mysticism into which we dream all kinds of things, we do not
    • That is something which it is very necessary our present Age
    • prefer to remain on the surface of things. A pretty little
    • things, and thus in a certain degree do they become
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  • Title: Social Life: Lecture II
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    • should like to-day to add various things to the considerations
    • late, and I shall want to add several things concerning the
    • How, in order to amplify those things from one side, and
    • something strongly objective.
    • are living at present in an epoch which demands something quite
    • spheres, are, after all, nothing but the expression of man
    • events around then, is something which fundamentally lay in the
    • things everywhere to-day. Let us take one instance which lies
    • Now, my dear friends, not these things alone, but many others,
    • we fall if we rely solely on external things, all the best
    • things in various spheres of life; especially in the sphere of
    • things of use, many illuminating things, many things which
    • bring man on materially, you will find nothing either in
    • sphere which has brought good to man, nothing which can shine
    • guiding impulse from those things coming from that external
    • this very time, because out of Spiritual Science something must
    • into the outer world it represents an impulse which has nothing
    • to do with anything drawn from that outer world itself. It is
    • them anything of a theoretical view of the world. I tried to
    • radically. And here I must add a few personal things, which are
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  • Title: Social Life: Lecture III
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    • birth and death. Through everything which shines down to us
    • vision of the heavens that signifies nothing immediate or
    • direct, but simply something which remains to us as an instinct
    • drown in the Spiritual World, and thus become something
    • thereby as these things increase in number more and more in our
    • now approaching that epoch of time when such things are lying
    • something over us, so that we cannot mature. Those human beings
    • important thing in earthly development does not lie in the
    • longing to disappear into a pantheistic whole, in such things
    • incarnation that he already experiences everything which he can
    • everything which can possibly exist on the Earth. That is the
    • idea of everything which can possibly be on the Earth, but one
    • decadent life of the East, something appears which has never
    • application, and through this some- thing terrible is produced.
    • would indeed die, yet the terrible thing would occur that after
    • which man can undertake one of three things: — One, to
    • longer form clear concepts of life. That is one thing which may
    • everything which the intellect can accumulate, to despise
    • everything which poetry or fantasy pours over Earth-existence,
    • are simply two sides of one and the same thing); or, on
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • European learning has something of a wretched spirit of servility.
    • It has assumed something of the plodding nature of a technical age.
    • Science. Everything which has sprung up and developed out of human
    • something was put into his soul which later developed into the
    • lacking. It appeared to the oriental as if everything he sees in
    • everything which he calls his wisdom. Characteristic passages could
    • assimilated something of the Western European civilisation and,
    • restore those things and so forget what they teach.’ She was
    • which our race rests. No, and again no. Everything of which they
    • it, well, just as something that is said. He has no real feeling of
    • saw in that Divine Being something which once upon a time fashioned
    • proceeded and whence developed everything within which we live. If
    • the Greek felt that something else lived in man, which would only
    • find its real development in the future, something which is, at yet
    • Dionysian something of the animal characteristics. That which spoke
    • will-power, was felt by the Greek as something which is still
    • say: “In me there lives something higher than man, something which
    • that, I give myself to something superhuman and I say: ‘Sing to me,
    • something that over there in the East, there still are human beings
    • who have in their soul something of the consciousness of Spirit
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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • connected with something which is of extraordinarily deep
    • knowledge, something could be learned about the Cosmos, something
    • — it was assumed that there were certain things which, in
    • something of it — for instance, Aristarchus of Samos. People
    • the world might also be said with reference to many other things
    • teaching of Copernicus. The old view about these things was
    • into powerlessness of soul; nevertheless they do lose something.
    • There is something which humanity has to speak lost since it
    • things intellectually they have found and assimilated all sorts of
    • These things lie at
    • things, they would not fall into the calumny of confusing
    • Gnosticism, or similar things.
    • Such things must be
    • has something of the Spirit in it. We must understand such a thing
    • thing about the Catholic teaching as it meets us in the Middle Ages
    • is something which really should be known, because Catholicism
    • fundamentally nothing but the last relics of those old world views
    • that field of corpses which shows him nothing but dead matter, or
    • true reality. That again is something with which the human beings
    • something which formerly was not there. In reality Catholicism does
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  • Title: Social Life: (single lecture)
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    • the basis of those things which we discussed here in the last
    • things? They only want to establish such practical things for
    • stand within our Anthroposophical movement, often things are
    • assistance of those Gods present therein everything connected
    • those olden times, everything was so organised socially, that
    • place of direction for everything which had to occur within the
    • that ancient epoch, in reference to such things, a significant
    • here, — between birth and death. Now things are
    • evolution, between birth and death. When these things altered,
    • existence and his next birth, is something which also includes
    • concerning these things, in a cycle which I gave in
    • to-day experiences something akin to the old Mystery
    • dear friends, we have to pre-suppose something of this nature
    • something like a riddle that he has to solve, — in whom
    • must not lay the chief importance on anything which he has
    • we say we have no need to inoculate into the child anything we
    • concepts; it is a living thing, and it appears in each
    • the children things which can be comprised in a sum of dogmas;
    • different from anything which human beings have thought of till
    • anything else which we cultivate pedagogically, we wish to
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  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture I
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    • means nothing actually immediate and direct; it means a sort of
    • existence in which we cannot grow old. Such things are
    • through everything that he can live through on earth. But that
    • things from the modern decadent Orient. Among these tenets
    • fact, that can also bring about something of a terrible nature.
    • nebulous mysticism, in dreaming, in an infatuation for things
    • it were everything that intellect can gather together, to scorn
    • of the same thing — or else to consider everything
    • prosaically, to bring everything into a routine scheme,
    • to classify and correlate everything. Those are two of the
    • common possession of the earth, desire to have nothing in
    • civilisation he experiences hardly anything of such views. And
    • see that people thought differently about things of the outer
    • Now, still something of a complete paradox: Bring before your
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture II
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    • knowledge. Man has an excellent knowledge of everything else in
    • arrive at nothing new that would explain the being of man, they
    • and simply say: Man is just the highest stage. Nothing
    • circles throughout the world. It has become something that the
    • is omitted, That is the one thing.
    • this or that out of this common judgment, out of something
    • means nothing at all. The little pronoun “one”
    • one came to a pure concept of nature, freed from everything
    • times when it contains nothing but what a man can survey with
    • social life, and you will see that everything is organised in
    • which consists of our machines and no longer contains anything
    • This is something that makes a shattering impression on a man
    • Consider something like the end of the war which took place
    • Something took place there in a corpse-like — externally
    • manner. Nothing else has been brought about by it except that
    • of thinking has been taken hold of by such things and has
    • nature of modern science. He no longer knows anything of himself,
    • natural science contains nothing of man. He has become
    • something that might be called “the Golden Rule” of
    • nerve as something that is left behind from the conceptual life,
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  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture III
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    • breathing rhythm and the blood circulation, that is to say, all
    • his will, he has this before him as he has anything else.
    • we now look at the will, we can say something of this sort: If
    • we will speak of these things more exactly; I want at first
    • particularly like to destroy everything that the Earth has
    • of external science it is their ideal to reduce everything to
  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture IV
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    • of the Divine permeating everything, but such talk does not
    • things at the basis of the constitution of our world.
    • organism through our breathing process; but that again has
    • nothing directly to do with our intellectual
    • All that takes place in us in that way has again nothing to do
    • Now, in everything which surrounds us in the various realms in
    • Jehovah-life. Everything which moves in the fluidic elements of
    • the more fantastic or imaginative nature, everything which can
    • was still possible to grasp something of the Event of Golgotha,
    • can see this also in other things. An altogether scientific
    • asks him to speak of anything but what is mineral or physical.
    • As soon as the conversation turns to anything else — for
    • pours this dream-light over everything, one might say:
    • metabolism of fluids, with all that lives in our breathing and
    • also in man's blood, in his breathing, and in his metabolism.
    • breathing.
    • doing, Jehovah had to take something to his aid, something to
    • mineral processes would gradually overpower him. Everything of
    • everything which has come over from Saturn, Sun and Moon would
    • which would deny everything that had preceded it.
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  • Title: Responsibility of Man: Lecture V
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    • something entirely different from what we have described
    • working according to law, penetrating everything. One
    • nothing of Saturn and Sun, had not yet, as we know, a
    • localised in our head as intellect he saw as something which
    • extraordinarily proud when we possess something of an
    • intellectual nature, something pertaining to human
    • knowledge in common with other people. Something still holds
    • cultivated as something universal, hovering over
    • quite un-individual, to make this science into something in
    • “one” really knows in Botany! Something quite
    • be the right thing, and they have a horrible dread lest somehow
    • or other anything personal should enter into this knowledge,
    • science is something about which “one” thinks, not
    • the library catalogue and sees where he can find anything he
    • that they themselves do not need to know anything at all, for
    • in the libraries you can find everything, if you only get the
    • right catchword in the catalogue. There things rest. But men
    • for one could bring forward many things along these lines, an
    • have it as something which carries on a sort of cloud existence
    • looking to many other things for their real interests but
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  • Title: Easter/Pentecost: Lecture I: Thoughts on Easter
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    • something that connects us with what is super-sensible. Along
    • with everything else it brings with it, such a thought seems to
    • much later into something that developed into a materialism
    • that something entered Christianity which no longer was
    • Constantinople, was declared to be something that it was
    • over anything that might happen to the physical body. Men had
    • things that are necessary for our day. We must thoroughly
    • things which are greatest in one realm should also be felt as
    • something to which humanity must rise. We have need of the
    • other words, we have need of something that will raise us again
    • something entered earthly evolution at that time which is
    • was no evil but something that in truth did not exist. This
    • changed more and more into something that calls up
    • spiritual, to be something in which they could not really
    • he must regard something other than himself when he looks on
    • the most actual sense, and not merely as symbolical. Something
    • things in life for thy happiness, but if thou hast
    • suffering Chrestos as on something that had been
    • something about the corpse of the world — we do not see
    • is something that must become living to us, and the way in
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