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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture II
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    • works through antipathy, the latter through sympathy. Memory arises
    • through heightened antipathy, Imagination through heightened sympathy,
    • True function of motor nerves. Three places where sympathy and
    • — reflections of sympathy and antipathy. Because we can no longer
    • sympathy with that which radiates out towards our later existence as
    • these two, sympathy and antipathy, but they live unconsciously in us,
    • of an alternating between sympathy and antipathy.
    • alternation — systole, diastole — between sympathy and
    • one hand changes our soul life into picture image: sympathy, which
    • rhythm of sympathy and antipathy.
    • sympathy for your mental pictures that you could devour them; you have
    • present in us because we have sympathy with it, because we have
    • sympathy with this seed which will not be developed until after death.
    • sympathy. Now if this sympathy is sufficiently strong— as strong
    • — then out of sympathy there arises imagination. Just as memory
    • arises out of antipathy so imagination arises out of sympathy. And if
    • of sympathy and imagination has become picture form.* But when we form
    • difference between the elements of sympathy and antipathy in man.
    • soul world after death. There sympathy and antipathy hold sway
    • Similarly, in a certain sense, the activity of willing, sympathy,
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture V
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    • of sympathy and antipathy in the senses. Human and animal senses.
    • Child lives in sympathy. Moral development through antipathy. Between
    • willing (sympathy) and thinking (antipathy) lies feeling which
    • made up of sympathy, also pours its activity into the eye, that is,
    • sight is brought about by the balance between sympathy and antipathy.
    • It is brought about by the fact that sympathy and antipathy balance
    • this interplay between sympathy and antipathy.
    • colour the elements of sympathy and antipathy. As soon as you begin to
    • sympathy and antipathy which arise in that activity. Thus in the sense
    • animal develops much more sympathy, instinctive sympathy with his
    • do. The animal has much more sympathy with his environment, and has
    • something, we always develop sympathy for what we wish to do. But it
    • sympathy for what we plan to do is predominant, and a balance is only
    • about that the sympathy as such lies below the threshold of
    • sympathy predominates so strongly in the will that it penetrates into
    • charged with sympathy, whereas as a rule it merely unites us with our
    • conscious in cognition, so our sympathy with the environment (which is
    • early childhood we act more or less out of pure sympathy, however
    • does out of sympathy with the deed, with the romping. When sympathy is
    • sympathy of instincts. For this reason moral development is always
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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VI
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    • Soul reveals itself in sympathy and antipathy. Light of consciousness
    • his ordinary life. And you will have felt that in taking sympathy and
    • sympathy. Now we will study willing, feeling and cognition from the
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VII
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    • Soul apprehended through sympathy and antipathy: Spirit through states
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VIII
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    • lives in sympathy and antipathy. Touch, Life, Movement, Balance
    • yourself up again — warding him off; sympathy — antipathy;
    • sympathy — antipathy. I am not now speaking of the feeling life,
    • soul vibrates: sympathy — antipathy; sympathy — antipathy:
    • This however is not all. In that sympathy is active you sleep into the
    • sympathy and antipathy that is by means of conditions of life. These
    • the soul if we show how it lives between sympathy and antipathy, and

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