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  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture I
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    • of the materialistic epoch upon the development of the souls
    • characteristic of our epoch is that it produces more and more
    • The epoch has
    • aspect which in our epoch presents itself from the other side
    • the epoch of consciousness and must therefore be alive to the
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture II
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    • the beginning of the Fifth post-Atlantean epoch, that is to
    • characterizes our own epoch is that when man passes from the
    • what our own epoch needs: to make whole men again out of mere
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture III
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    • the epochs of Lemuria and Atlantis and the loss of this
    • preparation of such things in humanity takes many epochs. And
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture IV
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    • Beings during this epoch, that is to say, the first centuries
    • Crusades, we may say: In that epoch things were as I have
    • pronounced in the different epochs. In the West we find a
    • case that in different epochs of world-history, the turmoil
    • holds sway; in other epochs individualities gain the upper
    • would be shed on what occurs in particular epochs of this
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture V
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    • present Fifth post-Atlantean epoch, the epoch of the
    • in essentials a kind of preparation for this very epoch, that
    • epoch of the Consciousness Soul in which we have been living
    • and could not exist in the earlier epochs of the evolution of
    • cosmic harmony. And in our epoch this comes to pass through
    • belongs to us in our epoch; we shall be true men of our time.
    • men, our rightful place in the epoch in which we are living.
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture VI
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    • above-mentioned epoch; previously to that, thinking had been
    • postAtlantean epoch, our thinking is the corpse of that
    • following: In earlier epochs of evolution men perceived an
    • however, man has entered into a quite remarkable epoch of his
    • from the one that is his in the epoch in which we are living
    • present epoch, because his thoughts are no longer imbued with
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture VII
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    • during the post-Atlantean culture-epochs and the future tasks
    • culture-epoch and Wolfram von Eschenbach's "Parsifal."
    • culture epochs have evolved, epochs which in my book
    • our present Fifth culture epoch.
    • epochs are distinguished by the fact that the constitution of
    • we go back to the very early culture-epochs this constitution
    • his bodily features. And the nearer we come to our own epoch,
    • to the first, the ancient Indian civilization-epoch which was
    • epochs, when intellectualism, although not yet fully
    • belonging to the ancient Indian epoch with his vivid
    • phlegmatic temperament, and so on. In that epoch, divining
    • epoch of ancient Indian existence there was no such thing as
    • and their gestures. This was possible in early epochs of
    • until the later post-Atlantean civilization-epochs that the
    • have spoken in other lectures. In the epoch of ancient India
    • second post-Atlantean epoch, the ancient Persian. The
    • post-Atlantean epoch — strange though it seems, it was
    • post-Atlantean epoch, the ancient Persian epoch.
    • Persian epoch an intense feeling of participation in the
    • post-Atlantean epoch.
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