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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
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    • civilisation of to-day, even into the sphere of the most spiritual
    • sphere, is not so constituted, as to appeal to man's egoism. It is
    • man's egoism in the super-sensible sphere. Egoism impels man to cling
    • being are present in a certain way in the super-sensible sphere to
    • Spirit-Soul or Soul-Spirit from a higher sphere into earthly
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture II
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    • sphere of psychology — the science of the soul — out of the
    • Now we have divided man's soul-life into two spheres, as it were: into
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture III
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    • But I must point out that in future everything in the sphere of
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IV
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    • will in the world they can accomplish little in this sphere. Feeling
    • When we want to study the will, we must first seek it in the sphere of
    • draw the different spheres of instinct. The form of the physical body
    • the social sphere demands and depends upon more intimate understanding
    • of the human being in the sphere of education. Hence it must be known
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture V
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    • pass through the world feeling himself continually in an atmosphere of
    • artistic sphere — between what is purely thought-element and what
    • dispute as this between Hanslick and Wagner could arise in the sphere
    • within the sphere which I have endeavoured to outline in my
    • at their deepest in the sphere of education. Therefore we must strive
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VI
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    • different spheres of elemental life. We know that forces are at work
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VII
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    • man sleeps — sense sphere on periphery and inner sphere of blood
    • and muscle. Physical-chemical processes in both. Intermediate sphere
    • of decaying nerve substance is sphere of waking, where man becomes
    • man's sense sphere spreads itself externally — for we bear
    • sphere of the senses, willing-feeling and feeling-willing. (see
    • is the sphere of the senses? We perform an activity which is
    • You must seek out the sphere of willing and feeling in the child's
    • thinking-cognition, but you are also only awake in the inner sphere of
    • environment of man, where the sphere of the senses is, there are real
    • through the eye. In the eye, that is, in the sphere of the senses, a
    • inner sphere of the human being. But not in between, where the nerves
    • experiencing light and colour. It is only with regard to the sphere of
    • inner sphere we are dreaming in sleep, and sleeping in dreams. We are
    • spheres. This is true in respect to space.
    • asleep in another sphere, and remembering is only waking up in another
    • sphere.
    • which is the reality about memory? In the sphere of mere words he can
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VIII
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    • apply this to what we characterised yesterday as the sphere of the
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture X
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    • a fragment of a sphere. Thus if we draw it diagrammatically we give
    • the form of a sphere to the head, and a moon form to the breast —
    • realising clearly that in this moon form a part of a sphere, a
    • fragment of a sphere is contained. We must consequently, allow that
    • you regard it, too, as a sphere but as a sphere of which only one
    • only as a fragment of a sphere, so too we really only see in the
    • an inner part consisting of the radii of a sphere that remains over;
    • so that the inner parts of the sphere are inset as limbs.
    • it so. Not so the breast. Its centre does not lie within the sphere.
    • of the limb system is a sphere; namely, the opposite of a point, the
    • surface of a sphere. The centre is really everywhere; hence you can
    • said that man is, firstly a gigantic sphere which embraces the whole
    • world: then a smaller sphere: and then a smallest sphere. Only the
    • smallest sphere would be completely visible. The somewhat larger
    • sphere would be partially visible. The largest sphere is only visible
    • belief: they saw the head as a small sphere, a heavenly body in
    • If we consider him as head man he reveals body alone. The large sphere
    • (see drawing): spirit, body, soul. The smaller sphere: body and soul.
    • And the smallest sphere: body only.
    • humanity to know anything about the large sphere. At that time they
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
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    • manner of things to do which only indirectly belong to your sphere of
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XII
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    • sphere. If the head has too strong an inclination to produce something
    • sphere will only be reached when the relationship between man and



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