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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • saying, and every man should recognise the fact: One cannot speak of
    • it not for the fact that in spite of all the modern science a certain
    • atmospheric influences. There is, however, another fact of which the
    • the Cosmos. For man this fact is only masked because he has
    • to the earthly life on a large scale, the first fact for us to take
    • investigates practically no more than the mere fact that when it
    • beside the obvious fact that it is airy — has the peculiarity
    • that makes the plants, perennial. This is due to the simple fact that
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • — but an effective astral principle as well; a fact
    • purposes of illustration). We gain a right idea of these facts if we
    • important than any other factors. They are most important for the
    • important it is to make use of these facts, so as to be able to
    • transformation due? It is due to the fact that that which comes from
    • not get very far. We should not get far if it were not for the fact
    • neglect animal life. For this is the peculiar fact; the best —
    • region. This is the peculiar fact — and I should be glad if my
    • due to the fact that the animals will eat the right measure of what
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 3
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    • “phosphorus.” The name is due to the fact that in
    • come to flower. It is due to the fact that they retain far nearer to
    • the surface of the soil. Now you must also include this fact: the
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 4
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    • for adequate nourishment. It was, so to speak, an established fact of
    • one fact which can already give you a strong indication of what is needed.
    • which betrays the fact that it is supported only by a quickened watery
    • manure. In reality they are only indicators of the fact that
    • and astral. Through the fact that it is outwardly surrounded by the
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • These things, in fact,
    • fact be clear on this: So long as we try to ennoble or improve the manure
    • the fact that they are really groping about in the dark. It is a very
    • is distinguished by its strong potash and calcium contents. The facts
    • Truly it is the greatest benefactor of plant growth in general, and
    • is a fact that healing in this instance takes a more universal course.
    • organic processes, might well be revealed. The fact is that under the
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
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    • the weeds growing rampant in a given year. You must accept the fact.
    • fact, you will make fruitful the “effects of smallest entities,”
    • another illustration. Suppose I have something manufactured by fifty
    • in the plant. We must be well aware of this fact. Thus we must first
    • notes and facts — that is no science.
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 7
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    • facts and conditions. We shall do this to-day, and pass on to-morrow
    • For I now beg you observe: What happens through the fact that a free
    • what we know. The fact is this: Whereas the animal consumes the earthy
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • the fact that a living organism is essentially different from a crystal
    • if you will. If he has the true facts in mind, his speaking loosely
    • true at all. In actual fact, cosmic matter is absorbed through the senses
    • with things — neglecting the fact that this is a perfect and self-contained
    • complicated — they become individual, in fact.
    • conditions. The conditions are different, simply through the fact that
    • be lying fallow there. These are, in fact, the very forces that create
    • It is, in fact, of great significance for all that in the body,
    • use of potatoes is one of the factors that have made men and animals
    • Therefore perhaps I may first express my own satisfaction that you were
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • be unravelled on the basis of the actual facts, they cannot be
    • point that its growth may be dependent upon innumerable factors
    • of satisfaction to me that people who, following their doctor's
    • always a source of satisfaction to me, when the unfortunate
    • out of Anthroposophy will be satisfactory to us in every
    • will now begin to draw your attention to some facts within our
    • the modern physicist observes is the fact that on rainy days
    • matter of fact, Saturn is not only active when it is shining
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • earth from which our farm arises and secondly the factors which
    • of these factors in very abstract terms. People are aware, it
    • penetrate into the underlying facts. Let us therefore start
    • from the standpoint which embraces the fact that the basis of
    • the fact that it is a kind of organ within that organism which
    • factors which have the task of leading the terrestrial
    • determined by factors arising in the realm of earth. It
    • was particularly apposite. He drew attention to the fact
    • consider human beings for the moment. It is one peculiar fact,
    • am quite sure that such a test would confirm it. This fact is
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • human body human, and not plant-like, is precisely the fact
    • forming and unforming itself — carbon. The fact is
    • with. But they overlook the fact that it is the spiritual
    • Nitrogen is in fact the bearer of sensation. Thus, if we look
    • fact dissolves everything.
    • in fact is only transiently so: Sulphur, Carbon, Hydrogen,
    • in addition you take into account the fact that lime has a
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • view of the real facts of the case, rather like attempting to
    • the facts adduced. It was taken as scientifically proved
    • the plant, but does not in fact develop so far as to become
    • fact that there is an intimate kinship between what is enclosed
    • — so plant-like in fact that it does not proceed to
    • fact of its being surrounded with earth, all the currents
    • fact that when the manure was removed it was completely
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • Nature, that insight into the fact that the life which
    • the most important factors. All round the earth are the very
    • brilliantly established as fact what until then had been more
    • scientific fact that it is from the small entities (quantities)
    • benefactors to plant growth and can scarcely be replaced by any
    • a matter of fact, I have spoken of this all the time, in what I
    • chemistry, this ought to betray the fact that there is a
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • the influence of silicon. And, in fact, workings of silicon,
    • compromise is necessary. In actual fact, it is not necessary).
    • persons to work in manufacturing a certain material. Now,
    • exact, the falsifying factors would have to be examined. Then
    • morning. Now we must clearly realise the following facts: The
    • upon a normal amount of lunar influence. It is a curious fact
    • and isolated facts. True science does not begin until one has
    • magnetic needle and the folly of regarding the fact of its
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
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    • we must gain insight into all the factors which come into
    • in fact “earth” in relation to the parts that grow
    • understanding, into the facts of growth.
    • This relation, however, to the insect world in fact extends so
    • herbaceous plants. And now we find the curious fact that
    • fact to see to it that certain soils which require it, are
    • disposal, leaving no room for the other factors of which I have
    • the cost of the other factors. One cannot be engaged in a thing
    • The fact is that whereas the animal absorbs earth and water
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • something which is living and even sentient. The mere fact of
    • tradition, we still retain a right view of the facts. But if
    • theories no longer cover the facts of the case. This is
    • plant-life that always delighted Goethe, namely the fact
    • difficult conditions owing to the fact that the ground is not
    • is, in fact, of great significance for all that in the body
    • rotting process. And this is connected with the fact that
    • of the organs'. And among the factors which have led men

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