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  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture I
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    • after all, man's ordinary senses cannot perceive what goes on
    • anything. Hence in the ordinary way he perceives only what
    • hours, they would perceive the source of a great deal in our
    • sense-observation, we shall fail to perceive the most
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture II
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    • Just as in the physical realm man stands on Earth, perceives
    • perceived in the right light, may even be noticed in
    • you want to perceive the healing forces of the meadow saffron
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture III
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    • perceive what is contained in the biography of the ego and
    • towards our physical and etheric environment, we perceive the
    • ascend further into those regions which can only be perceived
    • instance, the times of the Greeks, thoughts were perceived
    • objectively in things. Just as today we believe we perceive
    • would not perceive music as something taking place within us
    • contained within an octave; at that time man could perceive
    • third in the third octave, he was able to perceive a sort of
    • feeling was then perceived by him outside his physical body
    • over into the realm of art; we not only perceive in a more
    • experienced this or that, but we also perceive how human
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture IV
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    • behind it. We can then perceive the concrete impulse given to
    • insight then becomes possible. We perceive how, in the West,
    • particularly important for men of the present day to perceive
    • those who have not begun to perceive and think in the sense
    • to perceive and think will increase all the time. These
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture V
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    • perceive colours and sounds today, they simultaneously
    • perceived the thoughts. But in still earlier ages, when men
    • confusion. Do we not perceive this cleavage? From other
    • shall then be able to perceive what it has been possible for
    • to perceive exactly where the unauthorized Spirits of Form
    • how it behaves in the desert; he also perceives what can be
    • development of thoughts. If youth can perceive this it will
    • express in a humorous way, you will also be able to perceive
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture VI
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    • following: In earlier epochs of evolution men perceived an
    • perceived not only the redness of a rose but also the thought
    • of the rose, that is to say, he perceived something
    • perceive for yourselves that Nature everywhere tends to
    • it again, he will again perceive how physical thinking is

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