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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • perhaps then take place tragically but there will be no
    • such a way as to physically link it to the nervous system
    • University once had a professor of eloquence, called Curtius,
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • starting point today. Dr Rittelmeyer has already called our
    • can't just through, one could call it a definition, try and
    • of cultural life, namely to be apart from what is called
    • based on mere materialistically thought-out inherited
    • only mutual fructification can result. Basically this can never
    • thought. There is a strong bond where everyone calls and shouts
    • surfacing basically as an absurd tendency. However, don't
    • no other way of relating to the ritual than, I could call it, a
    • is how the priesthood is exceptionally educated philosophically
    • but theologically extraordinarily uneducated. The Catholic
    • ritual? So you are called to the Consecration of Man for the
    • This is something eternal as far as something can be called
    • Rudolf Steiner: Logically that is not quite untrue, but
    • call upon this inner activity. When you haven't read the Mass
    • not enlivened without the ritual. The ritual firstly calls upon
    • to naive individuals. In some regions people called the little
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • grasping speech within ourselves. We basically are involved
    • way at all. We basically speak in sinfulness and this can
    • language. You can call yourself “I” as one does
    • yourself you can be called a “human-being”
    • called a “human-being,” he thinks that under all
    • call myself a “human-being,” but the basis for this
    • have no right to call myself “human-being,” I need
    • towards human development, cosmically validated, do we
    • something which I have said to you: ‘I may only call myself a
    • gradually approaching the calling of a priest.
    • come one step closer to earn the right to, as people, call
    • it again before he can truly call himself a human-being. We
    • earned the right to call a person a ‘human-being.’ We must
    • in their calling, is to further such things. What has actually
    • can call ourselves ‘human-beings.’
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • and basically it is quite natural that even with much goodwill,
    • everyone can basically do, if the trouble is taken to apply
    • call it super-historical fact — this cosmic fact in
    • lexicographically. Already today when one translates something
    • lexicographically, the results are entirely different. This

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