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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
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    • know that the epochs of human evolution as they succeed each other
    • must always set humanity fresh tasks. The task of mankind in the first
    • epoch of human evolution does not enter into the consciousness of
    • of humanity, but because it is valid just for this age of ours. For,
    • we, as humanity, will have reached the stage where parents, too, will
    • life, is founded on the egoism of humanity. In the first place,
    • We live in a time when this appeal to human egoism must be combated in
    • And we will not only look to what human existence experiences after
    • here, in this human being, you, with your action, have to achieve a
    • friends, before birth the human being is still in the protection of
    • human being. Hence a pre-natal education cannot be addressed to the
    • human being is really composed of two members. Before the human being
    • observe the human being when, having passed through the existence
    • human being, for in this breathing there dwells already the whole
    • the threefold physical human system we reckon, in the first place, the
    • The blood circulation receives into the human body the substances of
    • world and the human being who is entering it. But we must also be
    • Anthropological-Anthroposophical understanding of the human being.
    • far more than the human being at a later stage of life. The child
    • the human being to carry over his experiences on the physical plane
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture II
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    • which would enable him to come to a real understanding of the human
    • connection between the soul life of the individual human being and the
    • by perceiving the connection between the individual human being and
    • by the human being himself. And it is because the activity which you
    • life of the soul works into the human body through antipathy, memory
    • picture-forming and imagination works out of the human being. This is
    • human being. You must learn to understand the whole man, spirit, soul
    • human body so that it still remained blood and was not destroyed by
    • become independent human beings.
    • the human being can only be understood in connection with the cosmos.
    • Now as human beings we are manifestly divided into the head system,
    • principally head, but the whole human being is head, only what is
    • Thus the human bodily form expresses how a man, even in his soul
    • through the whole human being, if you work in images.
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture III
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    • human bodies are yeast to earth. Man thinks with bones as well as
    • teacher's soul with the highest ideas of humanity. A real canker in
    • human beings on the earth, on the physical plane, fulfilling our
    • division of the human being. It is impossible to come to a real
    • insight into human nature if one adopts this twofold division alone.
    • have nothing to do with the elements through which alone the human
    • environment from the human being. I can show you the causes of this
    • speaking of human freedom therefore, one has to pay attention to this
    • not receive human bodies into itself it would take its course in
    • of human corpses to the earth — whether by cremation or burial
    • been continuously added to it the forces of the human corpse, which is
    • present in human corpses which are thus received by the earth, the
    • earth the human being is giving the ferment, the yeast for future
    • the human corpse are transformed substances, something different from
    • is maintained. Without human corpses therefore, the earth would long
    • to human nature? The death-bringing forces which predominate in outer
    • certain relationship to the non-bony, or non-nervous elements of human
    • bone is far more living than human bone. Thus you can picture one side
    • of human nature by saying: the death-bringing stream works in the bone
    • standing at a definite place in this room. As a super-sensible human
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IV
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    • humanity.
    • human nature when we are speaking of the present-day man; but there is
    • which will develop in the very distant future of humanity. And then
    • But although these three higher principles of human nature are only
    • of humanity. Thus just as a man in his present life develops in soul
    • permeates all the capacities of the soul, and in the present day human
    • not quite! For when the human being develops motives, something is
    • This has a great significance in the development of the human being.
    • wish, intention and resolution really are in deeper human
    • in the depths of human nature.
    • that former ages have contributed to human culture. This will not be
    • of the human being in the sphere of education. Hence it must be known
    • but the whole human being lives in the will, so that in a child too
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture V
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    • of sympathy and antipathy in the senses. Human and animal senses.
    • embodied in the human organ. Today we will use this knowledge of man's
    • human being.
    • You will have noticed that in treating of the human being up to now I
    • close connection with the nerve nature of the human being, and how the
    • two other sides of human nature, namely cognition and will.
    • the mental picture is present in some form. You could not be a human
    • human eye. If we look at it in its totality we shall see that the
    • thought and cognition to stream into the eye of the human being; and
    • conscious of the whole complex belonging to this side of human
    • animal that it has much more blood activity in its eye than the human
    • more blood activity into the eye than the human being, and this is
    • environment than the human being does. The human being has in reality
    • below the threshold of consciousness. But if we human beings had no
    • dependent on climate, seasons, etc., than the human being is. It is
    • humanity and partakers in the world's process itself.
    • chaos there would be in the human soul if we were perpetually
    • Now in this connection we touch upon a wonderful mystery of human
    • other hand we find the human activity of feeling. If you picture to
    • feeling, but in order that the subjective human soul may become
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VI
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    • Up to now we have tried to understand the human being from the point
    • shall study the human being from all three. The first to be taken is
    • add a contemplation of the human being from the point of view of
    • as it is now called, a consideration of the human being as he appears
    • If you want to examine the human being effectively from any point of
    • absolutely correctly how far a human being is awake you will be
    • obliged to say: A human being is really only awake as long and in so
    • through our will as an unconscious element. In so far as we as human
    • awake. We are always carrying about with us a sleeping human being
    • processes which go on during sleep. We do not understand the human
    • the whole human being in the will element with the merely intellectual
    • realise that in the waking human being we have to do with different
    • But now we can put this question: How is the true centre of the human
    • With our ego, the youngest member of the human being, we could not
    • ego — it is only in images of the cosmos that we human beings can
    • (a sleeping consciousness in fact), is unconscious intuitions. A human
    • life that they well up. Then in a dim way the human being participates
    • human body. Imagine to yourself for a moment that you are walking but
    • being conveyed during the resting condition, that the human being is
    • human body.
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VII
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    • Your task is to gain an insight into what the human being really is.
    • If we consider the human being from the point of view of the
    • the human being from the spiritual point of view, we must lay
    • consciousness which hold sway in the human being: namely, the full
    • body, soul and spirit if you have the whole course of human life
    • picture which is chiefly of the human body. But this picture will only
    • human being. In the middle age the human being is more predominantly
    • If, on the other hand, we observe the characteristics of the human
    • human being bears within him thinking-cognition feeling and willing.
    • independently. Thus human life runs its course in such a way that
    • essential factor of human life that the evolution of soul powers runs
    • the feeling-thinking of the old man. Human life lies between the two,
    • and we can only give an education befitting this human life when our
    • Thus sensation, as it appears within the human being, is
    • is to be found. If we draw a diagram of the human being (and please
    • surface of our body, and the reason why we as human beings do not
    • bodily periphery of the child, because compared with the more human
    • head, and increases in intensity the further we go into the human
    • that we can say: from a spiritual point of view the human being is so
    • decay and finally to become mineral. If in a living human being
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VIII
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    • unconscious and raises it into consciousness. Just as the human ego
    • the world, especially in the human world, is in a certain sense
    • cannot understand the human being with regard to his soul life if we
    • human being even in the physical body.
    • I have pointed out to you that the human being is principally head in
    • limb-man is principally limb-man, but really the whole human being is
    • reality of human nature, we must be clear that all separation proceeds
    • The human being has altogether twelve senses. The reason that
    • of these twelve senses of the human being; we will call them to mind
    • which a human being can relate himself to the world. But these are the
    • perceives the ego of another human being he has a relationship to his
    • perception of egos is spread out over the whole human being and
    • man, you hear his voice, and moreover you know that you look human
    • to the other human being — inwardly warding him off; giving
    • other human being; in that antipathy is active you wake up again, and
    • Thus we get the table of the senses as twelve senses. The human being
    • body. This matches what I have already explained to you: the human
    • use his sense of sight without knowing that the whole human being
    • we see in what a mysterious way the human being is connected with the
    • component parts, and the human being must attain the power to re-unite
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IX
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    • knowledge of the human being we have sought to place him before our
    • human life can be characterised as fully awake, dreaming or sleeping
    • through the soul to the body, so that we have the whole human being
    • human being in a spiritual description. This activity as we have
    • forming conclusions is the most conscious of all human activities. Man
    • enables you to communicate with other human beings through speech. It
    • human soul, to where the soul is dreaming. The conclusion should not
    • soul, or in other words, right into the body of the human being. Now
    • when the human being is born, he has reached a high degree of
    • only develop in a finer way what has been given to the human being by
    • see what power educational work has upon the human being. He receives
    • In short, a certain uniformity has come over humanity, and this is a
    • graft the corpses of concepts into the human being. You graft dead
    • will not follow the life of the human being as he grows and develops.
    • aim not to destroy anything in the growing human being, but to teach
    • which unite the whole world in all its details with the human
    • What is living in the human being tends to transform itself in life in
    • This can be expressed in another way. When the human being comes forth
    • spiritual world. In certain respects the human being before the change
    • the butcher's dog and the lap-dog how human morals can be reflected in
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture X
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    • aspects — that the human being has different forms in the three
    • The breast part of the human being, on the other hand, conceals very
    • Into these two members of the human being, head and breast (more
    • his form. When we consider the human spinal column we perceive that
    • then you get the form of the head bone. Thus human limbs are not
    • Now we could also make another drawing of the human being. It could be
    • is the human form wrought by the whole world.
    • of the human being with the macrocosm. And the Egyptians knew of it
    • presses its radii into the human form. The Greeks had a beautiful,
    • sculptors. No sculptor of human form can be a master in his art to-day
    • humanity to know anything about the large sphere. At that time they
    • the human head. Its development in the course of natural evolution
    • a later age. And the organs we human beings received last of all are
    • These are the most human of all. They are not remodeled from animal
    • the human organs were later formed independently and united with the
    • the animals: and now it claims that the whole human being is descended
    • caused the later materialistic age to apply to the whole human being
    • the human being, must be in a position to grasp the fundamentals of
    • sees the human form merely as the development of some little animal or
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
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    • remaining lectures to a description of the human body, we will throw
    • evolve in the embryo) is a manifestation of what is essentially human,
    • of the human soul and spirit. What relation has the bodily head to the
    • Thus we find body, soul and spirit related to each other in the human
    • It would be quite wrong to look upon the human being as a chaotic
    • as teachers would require to be equal to whatever the human beings in
    • realise that we do not need to be equal to the developing human being
    • human being enters the world with a sleeping spirit and a dreaming
    • way we should inevitably have a great gap in human development. Man
    • sleeping spirit of the head. Another mediator is needed here. We human
    • has her own genius, her own spirit. If it were not so we human beings
    • inwards. Both in the animal and human kingdoms milk is the only
    • depths, is the awakener of the human spirit in the child. We must
    • inner need to awaken the sleeping human spirit. As in human beings and
    • the child's human spirit. Thus everything we see around us springs to
    • years of human development. And when we educate and develop the child
    • human beings, working to educate the child through language and
    • spiritualists that spirits use human language and can write. Language
    • of human growth. You must have this insight from the point of view of
    • that all that accelerates the growing forces of the human being, or
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XII
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    • Relation of human organs to outer world. Head the oldest formation. It
    • shapes the human being, but has tendency to create animal forms. Trunk
    • When we consider the human body, we must relate it to the physical
    • When we regard the human being as physical body, what we first
    • to co-ordinate these various organs of the human being and their
    • Let us begin with that part of the human being which at first appears
    • closely linked with the sense organs. This part of the human
    • human system — which indeed is most clearly expressed in the
    • in individual human evolution, how far the shape, the form of the
    • human body proceeds from the forces which are to be found in the head.
    • ourselves what really happens through the interplay between the human
    • The head is involved in shaping the human form. But does the head
    • build up our truly human shape? No, indeed it does not. You must learn
    • human form. They are perpetually within themselves overcoming the
    • the human being has a relationship to the animal world around him
    • really remains in you? You can look at a human being. Imagine that you
    • The animal forms are continually moving supersensibly in the human
    • then see the thoughts of man. These thoughts of the human being are
    • corresponds to the human process of breathing. The plants also breathe
    • different from the table knife. The human process of breathing
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIII
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    • human being is like a dam for the spirit and soul. They might flow
    • nature? It is a perpetual suction of the human being. Man confronts
    • which permeates the human being with the material substance it
    • Here we have the difference between two component parts of the human
    • From this many things follow for the treatment of the human being. For
    • animalising effect upon humanity. This is not false asceticism. It
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIV
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    • within outwards and what is pushed into the human body, so to speak,
    • human being, it will be particularly clear how man's head is in itself
    • a whole human being, a whole human being raised from out the animal
    • mouth. So we can see how the whole human being is present in the head
    • Thus the head is a whole human being, only the non-head part of it is
    • human trunk (see drawing) you must think of the real head as somewhere
    • continually eat the human being up. And when death comes, it has
    • the human form unless we recognise the expression of this sacrifice to
    • the spirit in the relation of the limbs to the rest of the human body.
    • That is to say: the upper part of the human trunk has the continual
    • absolutely a stunted human head; a head which cannot become completely
    • head and therefore lives out its head nature in human speech. The
    • this attempt constitutes human speech. When the larynx tries to become
    • the human larynx tries to become nose it cannot, because the real nose
    • You can now see what human speech really is. Therefore you will not be
    • reading. We shall get the right attitude of mind to human speaking if
    • world is built into the human organism through the sense organs —
    • head itself is really a whole human being with the limbs and chest
    • part stunted; that every limb is a whole human being only that in the



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