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  • Title: Die Soziale Frage: Zweiter Vortrag: Die vom Leben geforderten wirklichkeitsgemäßen Lösungsversuche für die sozialen Fragen
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    • zusammengearbeitet haben, Natur, Menschenarbeit und
  • Title: Die Soziale Frage: Dritter Vortrag: Schwarmgeisterei und reale Lebensauffassung im sozialen Denken und Wollen
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    • Aussage, sondern das bestimmt geartete Dasein einer
    • Persönlichkeit, irgendein Thema zu bearbeiten, das noch
    • wenig oder gar nicht bearbeitet ist — nun, sagen wir zum
    • hat seine eigenen Gesetze. Herausgearbeitet hat den
    • abgearbeitet wäre alles das, was die Herstellungskosten
  • Title: Die Soziale Frage: Vierter Vortrag: Die Entwickelung des sozialen Denkens und Wollens und die Lebenslage der gegenwärtigen Menschheit
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    • lebendigen Leben die eine Kräfteart, die wirtschaftliche,
  • Title: Die Soziale Frage: Öffentlicher Vortrag: Das soziale Wollen als Grundlage einer neuen Wissenschaftsordnung
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    • als Persönlichkeit allein besitzt und bearbeiten darf. Das
    • gerade diese politische Seele herausgearbeitet. Und so
  • Title: Die Soziale Frage: Öffentlicher Vortrag: Welchen Sinn hat die Arbeit des modernen Proletariers?
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    • was da gearbeitet worden ist, um eine neue Zeit
    • gearbeitet, mit dem Proletariat mitgehungert habe. Ich habe
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture I: The True Form of the Social Question
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    • years has thrown its dark light on the social question in
    • already at the war's starting point, it is clear how the social
    • question works itself into every emotion of fear, clearly seen
    • under the fear of the question: ‘What will happen if the social
    • crystallized out of this so-called war has sprung out of fear
    • fear and misunderstanding were not there. Then again, in the
    • the social demands appearing in the history of this time.
    • how something appears in the social question which all members
    • similar which for many decades have appeared within meetings
    • social question, it appears as an immense amount of human
    • social life which has come forward. Much has been heard in
    • clearer feeling than this: a more or less greater role is
    • to the fore through apparently clear concepts delivered in a
    • spiritual scientific research, I have also approached the
    • social question for decades. If you hear about people who
    • simple spiritual research. Only contradiction, which I have
    • to add a personal remark it would be this: For years I have
    • of proletarian workers. I learnt to know what lives and strives
    • leading intellectuals — has learnt to know the modern worker's
    • with universal human claims has never stood nearly as totally
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  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture II: Comparisons at Solving the Social Question based on Life's Realities
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    • pronounced at present and valid for the near future of
    • Perhaps I may use a comparison to clearly communicate what I
    • research science has claimed, to characterise this threefold
    • I am clear about all the
    • appeared by Aleray,
    • human thinking, human feeling to learn through observation of
    • take the belief you learnt about natural organisms and apply
    • research it according to its own laws, just as you do with
    • you continue, like the researcher in nature, objectively
    • learn about its laws, in that moment the game of analogy
    • regarding the earnestness of your observation, will stop.
    • lies, the regulating system of the breathing and heart. Only by
    • Regarding this particular point the assumption must be clear in
    • Europe the word “socializing” is heard. This
    • process if the human heart, the soul does not have insight with
    • in the present and near future. The first member of the social
    • background. Just as each individual depends for his learning
    • learning and education, in relation to their gifts in thinking.
    • This can be made clear by taking extreme examples.
    • instance, you can imagine how in various parts on earth,
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  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture III: Fanaticism Versus a Real Conception of Life in Social Thinking and Willing
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    • appears far more important what happens within the awareness of
    • has an ear for such things, one could say that in both places
    • disappear to make place for something new to come into
    • world view, perhaps particularly during the first years when
    • much heart and such an open soul, that such a class where there
    • present. Whoever is, in full earnestness, able to understand
    • penetrate earnestly into this moment in time, the rising up
    • true earnest direction in life, when burning and urgent
    • questions appear, it becomes particularly disastrous: the
    • searching for an island — or actually an abundance of
    • situation of life, into life which appears even less
    • catastrophe, fanaticism, which appear behind the most varied
    • Utopia appears full of criticism, it neither comes down to the
    • reality, who appear to be coming out of apparent practical life
    • fanaticism — one must always speak freely from the heart
    • Some people appear to have characteristics of fanatics —
    • associated with fanaticism because these fanatics appear to
    • instance in the course of the last few years looked at some
    • some inner paradoxes. It will appear for example as a surprise,
    • the nineties of the nineteenth century fanatics appeared as if
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  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture IV: The Evolution of Social Thinking and Willing and Life's Circumstances for Current Humanity
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    • of an individual life, crises appear, like the crisis in the
    • sixth or seventh year of life with the change of teeth, how
    • appear later in life even if they are not taken in as decisive
    • the later times of man's evolution, something appears which can
    • human soul in earlier times; this social impulse led to the
    • structure of the social impulse. In earlier times, this social
    • into the conscious life, clearly two streams are created,
    • one stream is clear in those people who can still up to today
    • other stream appeared somewhat later but is clearly
    • thinking earned quite a particular form as a result, in these
    • there appears what I referred to in my lecture the day before
    • towards an affirmation of the human personality appears which
    • had not been known in earlier times. Assertion of the human
    • directed, or better said, that people up to now have not learnt
    • enters, but that this understanding brings no learned aspect
    • with state- and spiritual life, there appears also in this
    • as the so-called physiocratic national economic ideas. Earlier
    • people today what appears as practical life is none other than
    • breathing and heart system, both are limited and mutually
    • who should have done research about these things which are
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  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture V: The Social Will as the Basis Towards a New, Scientific Procedure
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    • more clearly than what formerly had been discussed and
    • appear now again when you engage yourself deeply in the second
    • Ages don't rule our current thinking as such, but it appears to
    • they want to accomplish, or, as you can hear from various
    • necessary to make the following clear, in order to understand
    • new; it only appears to be different in more recent times. The
    • learn. They must learn to think that they actually can't
    • After long years of studying the social question it has come to
    • in search of a solution for the social question, it can make a
    • point of view today. Many, also earlier personalities who
    • clearly continued in the old crafts up to the 13th
    • think about what one has learnt about the Proletarian Movement
    • of the Proletarian Movement. One could clearly sense what
    • want to clarify this by an example. For many years I shared a
    • following which is often heard with corresponding colouring is
    • heard most often when the background of the Proletarian view of
    • clearly being experienced: ‘We have met the bourgeoisie with a
    • demands yearnings from these people. It demands soul-supporting
    • the Hegelian world appeared as an expression of the divine
    • four to five Centuries. The social organism of earlier times
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  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture VI: What Significance does Work have for the Modern Proletarian?
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    • approached?’ — From some or other research, it could be
    • addressed, an understanding so strongly yearned for which has
    • search for a rescue boat; they would not be able to find such a
    • appears to me that in the time in which we are living, quite
    • those who are searching for such an understanding, it is so
    • comfortable living in this capitalist economic order. One hears
    • progressed. One can hear how it has come about that humanity
    • soul sensitivities had to let the call be heard: ‘Does modern
    • hand, hardly an understandable word can be heard in response.
    • for. Don't we hear it from all possible sides — from the
    • This was something which the earlier ruling classes didn't want
    • For years I was a teacher in the worker's education school in
    • Berlin, where Wilhelm Liebknecht, the dear old
    • terrors to the modern proletarian movement but they clearly
    • movement and the Proletarian yearnings, which can be considered
    • side so that it doesn't appear in the full light but through
    • earns its pay.
    • perhaps in recent times not been clearly spoken about, but
    • has been driven into something which not he, but the earlier
    • economic process. Does this not make it clear that he would
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