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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture II
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    • the human being can only be understood in connection with the cosmos.
    • were in the cosmos before we were born, and our experience there is
    • now mirrored in us; we shall be in the cosmos again when we have
    • in full consciousness for higher knowledge in the cosmos.
    • We are united with our experience with the cosmos. Just as we develop
    • activities which have to be continued in the cosmos, so does the
    • cosmos constantly develop with us the activity of antipathy and
    • the result of the sympathies and the antipathies of the cosmos. We
    • develop antipathy from out of ourselves, the cosmos develops antipathy
    • together with us; we develop sympathy, the cosmos develops sympathy
    • cosmos. Man has the form of his head by reason of the antipathy of the
    • cosmos. When the cosmos has such aversion for what man bears within
    • man really bears the copy of the cosmos in him. The roundly formed
    • head is such a copy. The cosmos, through antipathy, creates a copy of
    • organ for freedom because it has been pushed out by the cosmos. We do
    • cosmos as intensively as is our limb-masses system, in which are
    • cosmos and the cosmos attracts it, has sympathy with it, just as it
    • antipathy of the cosmos; there they come into collision. And in the
    • rebounding of our antipathies upon those of the cosmos our perceptions
    • its origin in the loving sympathetic embrace between the cosmos and
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture III
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    • unconsciously which he accomplishes in the cosmos.
    • the cosmos.
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VI
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    • indeed undeniable — that what we call the world, the cosmos, is a
    • ego — it is only in images of the cosmos that we human beings can
    • live, not yet in the real cosmos. Therefore when we are awake our body
    • has to produce images of the cosmos for us. And then our ego dwells in
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VIII
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    • being actually executes geometrical forms in the cosmos and then
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture X
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    • of the cosmos is expressed. You can only understand the works of the
    • independently from out of the cosmos and given over to the animal, and

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