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- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
- We develop nowadays a form of knowledge, called intellectual
- intellectual mode of knowledge we can ever participate in that
- cognition is the only cognition which can do this. Not intellectual
- on intellect; this would cause inner ossification in his soul. It is
- the intellect in our education and instruction. It is immensely
- intellect prematurely, as people are so prone to do to-day.
- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture II: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday: Yoga
- people take it to mean something like ‘intellectual’ or to
- meant by intellect or mind.
- — a thing not revealed in intellect, nor yet in what we call
- holds sway in hidden depths. Intellect only has the image of spirit.
- Mind, Intellect, is copy, reflection, passivity itself: — that
- world. If intellect, if mind were active we should not be able to
- spirit in its reflection as Intellect, Mind or Reason. We only
- must be sought in profounder depths than mind, or intellect or reason.
- from the way of the merely intellectual man.
- reflect; we use our intellect. And what do we do when we want to get
- clear about nature? We experiment and bring our intellect to bear upon
- the experiments. Intellectual activity on all hands. In ancient times
- knowledge, when we use our intellect? Well, something happens in our
- underlies intellectual activity. He searched into this union between
- breath process, not in thinking, not in the intellectual process, that
- no longer shut off, separated, as an intellectual and abstract thing;
- In intellectuality we have passive, not active spirit. Nowadays, since
- more intellectual than it was when Yoga nourished. Never could the
- intellectuality. And our whole civilisation is based on the fact that
- that it is through intellectuality that our western civilisation has
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- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture III: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday and To-day
- describing is not something antagonistic to the intellect.
- Intellectuality must be at the basis of it all, there must be a
- intellectuality, of this clear thought, there must be built what can
- intellectual age has departed very much from such a spiritual
- say, not intellectual. Now spiritual truths behave in a different
- manner from intellectual truths. What one perceives intellectually,
- intellectualistic thinking. But everyone who can entertain these views
- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IV: Body Viewed from the Spirit
- of life the heart beats night and day. It is in his intellectual
- intellectual attitude of an adult towards good and evil, towards the
- accomplished its essential task and the intellectual powers are ripe
- to the child's intellect, of saying ‘Thou shalt’ or
- intellect, by way of precepts formulated by the intellect. For the
- purely intellectual kind, but only such guidance as can help the
- technical ability he may have acquired in an intellectual way. The
- use of his intellectual and spiritual powers if we respect the spirit
- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture V: How Knowledge Can Be Nurture
- intellectually, you will gradually be able to derive from the child's
- pictorial if a child is to grasp it not only with his intellect but
- intellect, will find each animal to be a portion of the human being.
- intellectual element can be given the child too soon. Mathematics as
- indeed that one who will only regard things from the intellectual
- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
- chemistry, mechanics before his 11th year in too intellectual a way we
- intellectual understanding, but a psychic understanding, an
- it is intellectual; all this leaves the child out of account, the
- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VIII: Boys and Girls at the Waldorf School
- Thus the report is not merely an intellectual expression of what the
- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IX: The Teachers of the Waldorf School
- intellectualism; this however is unnoticed by the majority of men. But
- intellectualism is a thing suited naturally only to men of advanced
- years. The child is naturally averse to intellectualism. And yet all
- our modern thinking is tinged with intellectualism. The only people
- who are not intellectual so far are the people over there in Asia and
- as far as America, intellectualism is universal. We are not aware of
- The effect brought about by all finite intellectual concepts is to
- the form of intellectual ideas.
- actually does in man; that one shall know: the intellectual form of
- Title: Esoteric Development: Lecture IV: The Attainment of Spiritual Knowledge
- basis must be there. Intellectual thinking must be fully developed if
- picture. But we are not to concern ourselves with the intellectual
- from before. For pure intellectualism, the moral world has
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