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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • the transitory sense world; science cannot approach the
    • to the outer sense world. —
    • People then believe that a departure from the sense
    • outer sense world. We can impose a certain resignation, a
    • learned and experienced in the sense world.
    • experienced in the sense world, but they try to penetrate
    • beyond these limits, even if only in a negative sense, by using
    • the kind of concepts and ideas acquired in studying the sense
    • his study of the sense world; in other words, taking upon
    • sense world. Those also have not understood the experience of
    • decide that nothing exists beyond the sense world on the basis
    • the senses.
    • concepts acquired through living in the sense-world, where we
    • further with what we have learned in the sense-world. For if
    • from the sense world becomes a virtue and permeates the entire
    • in his sense perception and in the ideas and images derived
    • led by the sense world. He allows one thought to follow another
    • because he first experiences one event in the sense world, then
    • an objective and genuine sense can be called meditating, an
    • outer sense-nature is inner physical nature, so spiritual
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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • of the physical sense world.
    • consciousness with the same kind of sense perception
    • of the senses. People have gradually become convinced that it
    • the physical sense world), his approach and outlook are
    • in hypotheses from what is perceptible in the sense world. And
    • human being, so that he can tread the path from the sense world
    • the sense world. The science of spirit, therefore, does not
    • describe a hypothetical path from the sense world into
    • to underlie the sense world, if it is unconscious? For then the
    • held by many people today in the same sense as he held it, even
    • sorts of amateurish and other nonsense, but the way I use it
    • world in the same way that we approach the physical sense world
    • with our physical eyes and ears and the other sense organs,
    • grasp its connection with the physical sense world.
    • put together out of the physical sense world and then
    • the transitory physical sense
    • gained the idea through sense perception in the first
    • sense world, then he would naturally become suspicious of the
    • perceive in our thoughts of the sense world appears quite
    • ideas and images we form through contact with the sense world
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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture III: The Science of the Spirit and Modern Questions
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    • sense phenomena and the ordering of them by the intellect. Or
    • fact, which lies behind our sense world. And although we
    • technical sense, concentration on certain spheres of
    • which is lying in bed and to revive it in a spirit-soul sense.
    • experience is not what appears to the senses in the outer
    • Activity, that in a higher sense the
    • free human beings in the sense that they do what should be done
    • anthroposophical sense. If they are artists they do not employ
    • create? First of all, they looked with their senses at the
    • same sense of reality which artists worked with earlier where
    • won in this way down into the physical sense world. This has
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • is revelation, not ‘glory’ in the sense of ‘honour.’ Therefore we should
    • being where we think logically. It would be nonsense to decide by a
    • development and progress on this Earth, wherever in the truest sense
    • obvious that we are not speaking here in any materialistic sense, but
  • Title: Lecture: On The Three Magi
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    • desire-principle in the real sense. The animals of the preceding
    • Earth-Round, men may be likened to fishes, in the sense that their own
  • Title: On the Relationship with the Dead
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    • worlds. It is senseless to think that death could occur in the higher

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