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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • concerned. And I want to-day to speak of the results for the life of
    • effectual quality. We speak of knowledge being sound, wholesome —
    • his character, without its entering — to speak in a paradox —
    • impulse, it drives him — spiritually speaking — to feed
    • We begin to speak no longer merely in an abstract way of
    • speak — lose ourselves in our body; soul and spirit are
    • things are, men have not this spiritual knowledge of which you speak;
    • understand it here, is, comparatively speaking, a new thing in our
    • from our grasp. When we have, so to speak, pressed forward to the
    • Now it is important for one who speaks about the
    • him as he speaks; and he can acquire the habit of standing in this
    • merely carry on a tradition. If to-day one speaks from direct
    • Do not think I speak out of a desire to attach
    • with him in quite an intimate manner, for it speaks directly to the
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • things for the future, but in quite a general sense one speaks
    • when one speaks of man, only that world which man traverses
    • would like to speak to you today. But I do not want to speak to
    • shall speak to you of a method of perception which, although it
    • and philosophers who speak of limits to knowledge are right as
    • a shadowy way. Everyone speaks of the shadowy thought compared
    • content, at this moment an unspeakable pain, an unlimited
    • it as an unspeakable pain. But when we live for a while in this
    • to whom he was speaking in the morning. He must really be able
    • only know the one half of eternity, we speak of immortality.
    • philosophical word views speak of insurmountable borders of
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • To speak of man as a super-sensible being at once raises the question
    • knowledge of our age never speaks of the man who passes through births
    • Something is, however, speaking to men to-day, even if they do not
    • speaking to them to-day in clear and unmistakable tones, urging them
    • substances and forces, we have, truly speaking, no science which
    • religious tradition to speak of the immortality of the life of soul,
    • whom modern science speaks. Approaching modern science in this way in
    • should never speak of science as “boring,” but rather of
    • But now what does this natural science teach us about man? It speaks
    • and to speak of it as he speaks of that which lies before him in the
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • incorrect to speak of the physical being of man apart from the soul
    • spiritual sight continue to speak of the “form” or
    • begin with, we speak of these Imaginations, these picture-forms, which
    • adequate idea of it. To-day I propose to speak from still another
    • not propose to speak to-day — men live together with those with
    • been speaking. Life consists, in this period, in learning to know
    • possibility than to employ earthly language. But we are speaking here
    • speaking spiritually — in the Sun, he has himself become a
    • into articulate parts of the Cosmic Word. Man “speaks forth”
    • his own being — speaks it forth from the Cosmos. There is thus a
    • being is able to speak to the other his own warmth-filled, creative
    • word. On Earth we speak with our organs of speech; by means of these
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • acquired free will. The wisdom was by its very nature able to speak
    • experience. The Ahrimanic beings speak to them of the primeval
    • experience befalls man that teaches him to speak of a world beyond
    • existence, then Venus and then the Sun. Of what follows we shall speak
    • speaking to-day — the great primeval Teachers of the human race.
    • speak further of the journey of the human being through the Mars
    • of which we have been speaking; but what I am now going to say is of
    • lecture. In the lecture this evening I will speak of further
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • the heavenly bodies concerned. When, therefore, we speak of these
    • fallen right away. But the faculty of soul that enabled us to speak,
    • connected with the inner life and experience of the soul. To speak
    • To speak in such a way seems to us almost absurd, for nowadays no
    • speak” at all. They “spit” the words out! Speech
    • longer possible, you must remember, to speak of man in his
    • speaking, each single human head is seen to be a wonderful world,
    • and Mercury he can, so to speak, arrange for his destiny to be brought
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • riddles of the super-sensible world if we were going to speak of them
    • to speak of the development of spiritual life in imagery drawn from
    • abstract, theoretical expressions. We cannot help speaking a language
    • abstractions. The pain that is caused him by hearing people speak of
    • begin to speak a language full of richness and mystery. Then something
    • to speak, for at that stage it was not sufficiently clear. Only now at
    • speak in wonderful manner of their deeds upon the Earth. He knows then
    • satisfied with speaking in an abstract manner of the wonderful
    • hid. We hear the Beings of the Second Hierarchy speaking of the nature
    • not only speaks, but from speech evolves thought. When we observe how
    • the faculties of speaking and thinking begin to unfold in a little
    • of the universe! Then the faculties of speaking and thinking begin to
    • sight than to watch a little child learning to walk, to speak and to
    • means of which the child can learn to walk and to speak. The archetype
    • walk, to speak and to think.
    • activity. They speak to us out of that spiritual world into which we
    • the little child as he learns to walk, to speak and to think, and we
    • the unfolding of the child's faculties of walking, speaking and
    • faculties of walking, speaking and thinking in the little child, if
    • destiny. In between what happens when a child learns to walk, to speak
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