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  • Title: Lecture: Mathematics and Occultism.
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    • the German texts is entitled, Philosophie und Anthroposophie.
    • (Vol. 35 in the Bibliographic Survey, 1961). Translated from the German
    • to mathematics within the domain of human knowledge. Plato intended to
    • Ideas.” His point of view was that Man can know nothing of the
    • senses transmit. He demanded that thought should be emancipated from
    • sensation. Man moves in the World of Ideas when he thinks, only
    • present. The paramount question for Plato was, “How does Man
    • emancipate himself from all sense-perception?” He considered this
    • Of course, it is only with difficulty that Man can emancipate himself
    • will prove. Even when the man who lives in this every-day world does
    • linger, in his mind. As to the man who is as yet undeveloped, when he
    • “Let a man withdraw himself ever so much within the realm of pure
    • the undeveloped man. When he acquires for himself the faculty of
    • precisely such a mind emancipated from sense-perception and yet
    • spiritually full, which Plato demanded from those who would understand
    • his Doctrine of Ideas. In demanding this, however, he demanded no more
    • make them true initiates of the Higher Knowledge. Until Man
    • life in the World of Ideas emancipated from sense-perception. The
    • hover over innumerable, manifold sense-perceptible forms. When I think
    • purely spiritual manner if we would really know it in its true aspect.
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  • Title: Address: The Spiritual-Scientific Basis of Goethe's Work
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    • The German text is published under the title Die okkulte Grundlage in
    • German text is published under the title Die okkulte Grundlage in
    • Manufactured
    • possessions of the people. In Germany, these special problems are in
    • many others, from the point of view of Anthroposophical thought and
    • without exaggeration that the German will understand
    • intellectual life of Germany during the period in question. It will
    • on this occasion to make a few references to one man of genius who
    • his mind, with the result that, in Germany, Anthroposophy may appear
    • Germany's great poet and thinker has derived his creative
    • 29, 1827, he said to his devoted secretary Eckermann concerning his
    • not wish. If only the performance gives pleasure to the
    • the world. He regarded man as a compilation of the other kingdoms.
    • The spirit of man was to him the revelation of a universal spirit,
    • and the other realms of Nature, with their manifestations,
    • appeared to him as the path of evolution leading to man. All this
    • parts: in the totality of her manifestations, you search for the key
    • In his book on Winckelmann, Goethe has expressed his
    • opinion as to the position of man in the evolution of the realms of
    • When the sound, healthy nature of man works as a whole, when he feels
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  • Title: Esoteric Development: Lecture II: The Psychological Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • again and again in the course of the cultural life of humanity, with
    • coincide, although it bears many reminders of them. For this reason
    • of view will it be possible to give precise expression to the manner
    • human culture. The last few centuries have led to the practice of
    • the elaboration of these by the human intellect. Everything that
    • human mind must be excluded from the category of what is
    • out in our time as to what can constitute a possible object of human
    • relationship of man to the external world affords a
    • deduced directly from the observation of the nature of the human
    • another into which the human being can penetrate. And it is necessary
    • referring, within which the human being is as completely
    • as a given fact in the nature of man. This condition of mind
    • of the life of the human mind without the cessation, during the
    • ideas which the human being forms he wishes to have at first what may
    • about in the mind after the manner of a process of cognition;
    • consciousness necessary for the normal human life. (The fact that
    • — because of what the human being actually is in his present
    • mind which has been described, most concepts in human life are
    • those which relate in a living way comprehensively to a manifold
    • is made to live in the mind in the manner indicated, if one awaits in
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  • Title: Mission of Spiritual Science and Its Building at Dornach
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    • Zimmermann, whose lectures I heard in my youth, called his chief work
    • to something new. For us it does not mean, “Knowledge of human
    • within the physical human being there lives a spiritual, inner one
    • — as it were, a second human being.
    • Whereas that which man
    • “Anthropology,” that which the inner, spiritual human being
    • therefore the knowledge of the spiritual human being, or spirit-man,
    • and that knowledge is not confined to man, but is a knowledge of
    • everything which the spirit-man can perceive in the spiritual world,
    • just as physical man observes physical things in the world. Because
    • this second human being, the inner one, is the spiritual human being,
    • small circle in Germany on the subject connected with spiritual science
    • performances were at first given in an ordinary theatre. But it soon
    • development of humanity as a new thing-. And thus the necessity arose
    • science finds it entirely comprehensible that many misunderstandings
    • Spiritual development of mankind, will not be surprised at such
    • received which have entered the spiritual evolution of mankind for the
    • In a similar manner may
    • meant for mankind when three or four centuries ago the revolution took
    • upon humanity at large by this and everything connected with it.
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • derived from this knowledge, concerning the spiritual nature of the human
    • as in others, to the kind of objections raised by many people against
    • HUMAN LIFE IN THE LIGHT OF SPIRITUAL SCIENCE
    • to spend their time in hard work for the service of mankind. Yet this
    • thoroughly with the conditions of human progress in the course of the last
    • taken place in human life during this period in comparison with the
    • fundamental change in human existence and in the conditions of daily life.
    • when compared to that of a not very distant past! If we envisage human life
    • justifiable answer can be made, viz: that the world really satisfies all human
    • human being's physical surroundings, and thus the door which seems to close
    • annunciations concerning the eternal being of man.
    • opinion concerning contemporary human life, fails to take into account that
    • present. It is of the essence of the historical progress of mankind that
    • human being attain the ability to adjust individual soul life to the change.
    • Consequently it is not until the present time that the human soul is beset
    • human life which have taken place during the past three or four centuries.
    • this fact is to be found in the belief held by many individuals during the
    • that natural science would be able to solve the great riddles of human
    • increasingly aware that, so far as the ultimate problems of human existence
    • perpetual series of new questions. Human life is enriched by the possibility
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  • Title: Article: Knowledge of the State Between Death and a New Birth
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    • by many who, from the well-founded habits of thought of the culture of
    • amateurishness which is noticeable in many quarters to-day, and which
    • development of human life, by destroying the illusions of a learning
    • achievements of Natural Knowledge for human life, will not wish to
    • investigation necessarily requires we [human beings] to reject attested
    • With regard to human soul life the scientific thinker must maintain
    • psychological writings which wish to satisfy the demands of scientific
    • studied as they are experienced in ordinary human life. But his path
    • life of the body; and in this the relations of man to the spiritual
    • Thinking that has been developed in the manner stated perceives that
    • when this tries to get in man's way, as directly as true spiritual
    • also we can only state what takes place in the inner being of man
    • spiritual man within one. This is no thought-picture but a real being
    • — real in a higher sense than the outer bodily man. Now this
    • spiritual man does not present himself like an outer being perceptible
    • own soul. But, unlike the soul dwelling in man's body, this higher
    • human being who, as a spiritual being, is a conscious observer of
    • spiritual man within the bodily may appear, it is nevertheless a sober
    • the higher being above described. Through this union man confronts, for
    • In the world into which man has thus entered, perception is an
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • derived from this knowledge, concerning the spiritual nature of the human
    • as in others, to the kind of objections raised by many people against
    • HUMAN LIFE IN THE LIGHT OF SPIRITUAL SCIENCE
    • to spend their time in hard work for the service of mankind. Yet this
    • thoroughly with the conditions of human progress in the course of the last
    • taken place in human life during this period in comparison with the
    • fundamental change in human existence and in the conditions of daily life.
    • when compared to that of a not very distant past! If we envisage human life
    • justifiable answer can be made, viz: that the world really satisfies all human
    • human being's physical surroundings, and thus the door which seems to close
    • annunciations concerning the eternal being of man.
    • opinion concerning contemporary human life, fails to take into account that
    • present. It is of the essence of the historical progress of mankind that
    • human being attain the ability to adjust individual soul life to the change.
    • Consequently it is not until the present time that the human soul is beset
    • human life which have taken place during the past three or four centuries.
    • this fact is to be found in the belief held by many individuals during the
    • that natural science would be able to solve the great riddles of human
    • increasingly aware that, so far as the ultimate problems of human existence
    • perpetual series of new questions. Human life is enriched by the possibility
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  • Title: Article: Luciferic & Ahrimanic in their Relation to Man
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    • Luciferic and Ahrimanic in their Relation to Man,
    • in German,
    • Luciferic and Ahrimanic in Relation to Man
    • along the path of supersensible knowledge to a perception of man's
    • characteristics of man's life in successive periods. When our
    • in so far as it develops out of man's own being and is dependent on
    • apprehending the real being of man. In the first three decades
    • of life man could attain to no consciousness of himself that he could
    • the service of human self-knowledge. This self-knowledge, however,
    • of the thirties does man develop an understanding for his inner life
    • course of a man's life remains quite unknown to ordinary
    • acquired by man before the second half of life is not mediated by the
    • the will, and which are independent of the human physical
    • organisation. Not before the second half of life can the human
    • life of the soul. Nevertheless the innermost being of man undergoes
    • the body. This stream gives to man in the first half of sense life
    • world. That man, even when he has not consciously developed
    • into ordinary consciousness. Into every human consciousness the will
    • the supersensible world. Man would never even form a word for will,
    • does not develop on a bodily basis, but which is given to man out of
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  • Title: Lecture: Mathematics and Occultism.
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    • the German texts is entitled, Philosophie und Anthroposophie.
    • (Vol. 35 in the Bibliographic Survey, 1961). Translated from the German
    • to mathematics within the domain of human knowledge. Plato intended to
    • Ideas.” His point of view was that Man can know nothing of the
    • senses transmit. He demanded that thought should be emancipated from
    • sensation. Man moves in the World of Ideas when he thinks, only
    • present. The paramount question for Plato was, “How does Man
    • emancipate himself from all sense-perception?” He considered this
    • Of course, it is only with difficulty that Man can emancipate himself
    • will prove. Even when the man who lives in this every-day world does
    • linger, in his mind. As to the man who is as yet undeveloped, when he
    • “Let a man withdraw himself ever so much within the realm of pure
    • the undeveloped man. When he acquires for himself the faculty of
    • precisely such a mind emancipated from sense-perception and yet
    • spiritually full, which Plato demanded from those who would understand
    • his Doctrine of Ideas. In demanding this, however, he demanded no more
    • make them true initiates of the Higher Knowledge. Until Man
    • life in the World of Ideas emancipated from sense-perception. The
    • hover over innumerable, manifold sense-perceptible forms. When I think
    • purely spiritual manner if we would really know it in its true aspect.
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  • Title: Aufsatz: Philosophie und Anthroposophie
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    • Leben empfunden werden. Man deutet oft solche Gefühle ganz unrichtig; man sucht
    • für sie einen Ausgleich in äußeren Lebensumständen. Man ist in einer - auch oft
    • Könnte man diese Ängstlichkeit überwinden, so würde man sehen, daß eine
    • Abhilfe führt. Aber eine solch rückhaltlose Erkenntnis erfordert, daß man an
    • hinausgegangen werden muß, um sie erst wertvoll zu machen. Man muß zu den
    • beiden Erkenntnisarten den Zugang suchen; denn erst, wenn man sie recht
    • findet - bei innerer Unbefangenheit -, daß es eine Täuschung ist, wenn man
    • glaubt, man ergreife in demselben die wahre Wirklichkeit. In gesundem Erfühlen
    • ein. Dies tritt um so mehr auf, je mehr man die Naturerkenntnis auf das
    • Den Aufbau der Menschenwesenheit nach Maßgabe dessen zu durchschauen, was man
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  • Title: Address: The Spiritual-Scientific Basis of Goethe's Work
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    • The German text is published under the title Die okkulte Grundlage in
    • German text is published under the title Die okkulte Grundlage in
    • Manufactured
    • possessions of the people. In Germany, these special problems are in
    • many others, from the point of view of Anthroposophical thought and
    • without exaggeration that the German will understand
    • intellectual life of Germany during the period in question. It will
    • on this occasion to make a few references to one man of genius who
    • his mind, with the result that, in Germany, Anthroposophy may appear
    • Germany's great poet and thinker has derived his creative
    • 29, 1827, he said to his devoted secretary Eckermann concerning his
    • not wish. If only the performance gives pleasure to the
    • the world. He regarded man as a compilation of the other kingdoms.
    • The spirit of man was to him the revelation of a universal spirit,
    • and the other realms of Nature, with their manifestations,
    • appeared to him as the path of evolution leading to man. All this
    • parts: in the totality of her manifestations, you search for the key
    • In his book on Winckelmann, Goethe has expressed his
    • opinion as to the position of man in the evolution of the realms of
    • When the sound, healthy nature of man works as a whole, when he feels
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  • Title: Article: Supersensible Knowledge
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    • the soul of man with barriers of knowledge — barriers he cannot
    • case for Man to attain any other than the natural-scientific form of
    • many of them; here I will only mention two of the most familiar:
    • conceptions appear like a reflecting surface which the human soul must
    • made manifest with the mirror's help. Any attempt to treat the
    • like a man who longs to break the looking-glass, hoping to see what
    • which of the forces of man's soul partakes in the erection of these
    • makes man capable, within the world of sense, of unfolding Love out of
    • his inner being. The faculty of Love is somehow rooted in the human
    • organisation; and the very thing which gives to man the power of love
    • and ‘Force.’ To the man who can experience himself in true
    • human organisation becomes straightway apparent.
    • Nature is withheld from man because he lacks the organisation for such
    • man through the very fact that his being is capable of Love. For a
    • being incapable of Love within the field of sense, the whole human
    • of his organisation reveals only her external aspect. No; it is man,
    • man, as a sense-endowed being, is placed within this world of physical
    • whereby Nature is made manifest to him. The real object of his quest
    • man will no longer try to penetrate into a supersensible world through
    • Many people, more or less consciously aware of the above experience of
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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article I: Spengler's "Perspectives of World History"
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    • Healing of the Social Organism, GA198 in 1920, published in German as,
    • Spirit, GA214 in 1922, published in German as, Das Geheimnis der Trinitat.
    • Goetheanum,' 1921-1925, published in German as, Der Goetheanumgedanke
    • Translated by Norman Macbeth
    • at this? Is this what the man of the present is naturally
    • of the man of the present. “The passion for invention
    • — and is manifest throughout our music. Book-printing
    • the machine, human life becomes, precious ... The entire
    • their forms less and ever less human, more ascetic,
    • Faustian man has become the slave of his creation
    • should man, who seems to be placed in such a relation to
    • certainly not gazing in this direction that brought man into
    • was it looking at lifeless nature. Ever since man approached
    • lifeless nature man sees in complete clarity all that he needs
    • the soul of man these ideas are mere pictures. Our
    • the real human essence. We cannot advance from the grasp
    • of the lifeless to the experiencing of the true human essence
    • “reliable” cognition. Besides it stands man
    • darkness of man's own nature. It becomes clear for the first
    • time when the human soul becomes simply a mirror,
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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article II: The Flight From Thinking
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    • Healing of the Social Organism, GA198 in 1920, published in German as,
    • Spirit, GA214 in 1922, published in German as, Das Geheimnis der Trinitat.
    • Goetheanum,' 1921-1925, published in German as, Der Goetheanumgedanke
    • in mankind. In contrast to this, what is formed by waking
    • really creative plant-like forces in human nature:
    • with the words: “But though man is a thinking being he is
    • man; it is not the result of waking abstraction. It is true
    • Life-experience and human knowledge address themselves
    • only to facts. The acting, willing, struggling man, who daily
    • of human life. It was preceded by a picture-thinking, which was
    • human life, but it is the creator of all the early stages in
    • evaluating that period of time in which human evolution
    • purity, if we have absorbed in a full human way its coldness
    • course of human thinking. The ascent to this conscious
    • understanding of the forming of plants, he demanded the
    • to life. Abstract thinking makes the cognizing man a mere
    • in Spengler. As a modern man he has lived himself into this
    • man do in life with this thinking? But this points us to the
    • tragedy in the life of modern man. He has raised himself to the
    • fact for many persons, but which they have never noticed. The
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  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article III: Spengler's Physiognomic View of History
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    • Healing of the Social Organism, GA198 in 1920, published in German as,
    • Spirit, GA214 in 1922, published in German as, Das Geheimnis der Trinitat.
    • Goetheanum,' 1921-1925, published in German as, Der Goetheanumgedanke
    • in mankind from the beginning of earth existence until
    • in the next culture and in this blossoming leads humanity
    • only progress to ever higher stages. Many a later thing appears
    • necessary because they lead humanity through experiences
    • Hegel's idea, that history manifests humanity's progress in the
    • which pierces the multiplicity of human history, you need
    • blood, human knowledge expanded over the past and
    • or superfluous.” A man must speak this way when he
    • looks honestly at historical evolution. Such a man can go no
    • one tries to win as many souls as possible.
    • humanity enters the stage of the Magian religions. Man on earth
    • should live in all souls. The human ego is not yet placed
    • world-being. This thinks in man, acts through man. This
    • streams into the Greek and Roman World and takes on its forms.
    • forms of the Greek and Roman World. “Actually,
    • was he at times a Manichaean, but he remained so even as a
    • Manichaeanism nor his relation to Persian theologians, but his
  • Title: Oswald Spengler: Article IV: Spengler's Spirit-Deserted History
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    • Healing of the Social Organism, GA198 in 1920, published in German as,
    • Spirit, GA214 in 1922, published in German as, Das Geheimnis der Trinitat.
    • Goetheanum,' 1921-1925, published in German as, Der Goetheanumgedanke
    • unconscious, instinctive human relations out of which the
    • primitive conditions links one man to another. He finds the
    • spirit becomes gradually more conscious to man, it appears to
    • inefficacious soul-content of the contemplative man;
    • nothing for the acting man who lives in facts.
    • Spengler's inquiry into the origins of human community
    • of many leaders of great revolutions.”
    • [The German word Stand seems best
    • the form of man and woman, family, people, estate, state,
    • spirit works through men and brings itself to manifestation in
    • truth, in weaving thoughts as the basis for every human
    • humanity, in all significant Cultures and Civilizations,
    • has reached the point where man, as man, frees himself from
    • aging Spengler sees as history. Man is about to develop, out of
    • I tried to characterize man within this world-historic moment
    • Spengler there is no longer any deed-impulse for man when he
    • and priesthood, money and mind, craftsman and wage-earner, as
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  • Title: Lecture Series: William Shakespeare
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    • entitled, Philosophy, History, and Literature, published in German as,
    • original German text of this lecture can be found in the Collected
    • published in German as,
    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • written on each one of his works. Men of learning have given many
    • other highly learned man, for example Lord Bacon of Verulam, who in
    • manuscripts by Shakespeare have ever been found, they are also based
    • plays reveal that they were written by a man who had a thorough
    • were thefts, based on stenographic notes taken during a performance
    • recognise in the author of Shakespeare's plays a man with a definite
    • was proved by a performance of “HENRY V” at the
    • characters. The poet conjures up before us a human character and
    • essence of the human being, appeared in the foreground. This was the
    • the Individual human being.
    • school of his native town. There are many legends about Shakespeare's
    • while they were enjoying the performance. He then became supervisor of
    • Theatre, he became a wealthy man.
  • Title: Lecture: William Shakespeare
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    • Philosophy, History, and Literature, published in German as,
    • published in German as,
    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • we should include Shakespeare in the German classics. And if we
    • schiller and the development of German literature in general
    • written about each of his works. Academics have given many
    • the plays which bear his name, but some other highly learned man,
    • suppositions are based on the fact that no manuscripts written by
    • written by a man who had a thorough knowledge of the theatre and
    • performances, so that the texts did not completely correspond to
    • plays was a man with a certain definite worldview. But such
    • performance of  Henry V under the direction of
    • Neuman-Hofer at the inauguration of the Lessing Theatre. It did
    • conjures up before us a human character and unfolds his thoughts
    • not the individual human personality, appeared in the foreground.
    • new worldview aroused interest in the Individual human being.
    • grammar school in his hometown. There are many legends about
    • of the visitors while they were enjoying the performance. He then
    • Globe Theatre he was a wealthy man.
  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture I: Schiller's Life and Characteristic Quality
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    • since Schiller died, and the educated world in Germany will
    • into the heart of the German people.
    • know a man who was rooted wholly in that period. In Herman
    • questions of the human spirit were solved on the basis of
    • tradition; and no shocks were dealt to man's fundamental
    • problems dealing with the human life of the spirit in the same
    • were a whirl of atomic movement. “Man is a machine”
    • Rousseau. He put the question whether mankind had risen as a
    • influence on the most important men in Germany, like Kant,
    • Germany by this striving for freedom was in the union of piety
    • with an infinite longing for emancipation. The urge towards the
    • religious feeling that the German wants to be free. The
    • man?
    • the material in the human body.
    • remains permanently of the movement of soul thus expressed. He
    • many a book which we do not understand, but which we may
    • central problem for all Schiller's life: How is man born from
    • passion for emancipation, and won over the heart of his
    • relation to the human soul and the meaning of life were
    • external plane. In Germany the effort was being made to solve
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  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture II: Schiller's Work and its Changing Phases
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    • main problem was the emancipation of personality. This
    • medieval man before the age of “Illumination”
    • without, were active in man's own soul; there was a certain
    • of man. We need only think of men like Giordano Bruno: This
    • monistic conviction of the relationship of nature to man can be
    • when man excluded nature from divine influence. The attitude
    • nature and moral feeling or what man develops within himself as
    • development hitherto. It teaches that when we observe man's
    • demand for freedom and his assertion of morality, a harsh
    • difference between the objective world and human nature, that
    • a vast pathos, the demand that man must do something to produce
    • of a man who bears in himself the opposition between the
    • objective order and the demand made by his humanity, and feels
    • the demand of human nature in the uprising middle-classes
    • stands opposed to the demands of the world as they were
    • work through many earlier stages — as the analogy of the
    • Schiller lacked was knowledge of man and of the world. His
    • that time, we can see two quite definite currents in German
    • philosophy of mankind; the other the Kantian philosophy. In
    • Herder we have the passion to put man into relation with the
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  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture III: Schiller and Goethe
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    • come to-day to one of the most important chapters in German
    • Schiller's true greatness as a man shows itself in the way in
    • is one of the finest of human documents.
    • the deed.” But in Germany at that time things were not so
    • “cause” in man, what a newer spiritual science
    • someone, called Manso, described them as the “sluts of
  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture IV: Schiller's Weltanschauung and his Wallenstein


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    • particularly fascinated by the figure of Wallenstein, a man
    • by the man called Julius, while in Raphael we have to imagine a
    • man like his friend Körner who had reached a certain
    • Man also originated here; he represents the confluence of all
    • the caterpillar stage, we have a picture of human immortality.
    • Goethe in his Prose Hymn to Nature had put it, that man is set
    • really possible for the human soul, so small and limited, to
    • a problem of man, and it is the problem of freedom which now
    • concerns him. The question that now demands answer is how man
    • “Aesthetic Letters”: on the one hand man has a
    • man's thinking; and it is logic to which he must subject
    • him it was a problem which extends over all human
    • forces in man appeared in his inner being as melody, and solved
    • it collapses upon itself. What Hebbel demanded as the necessary
    • higher acting within human life which cannot be solved within
    • perfection, will man's eyes be able thus to survey their
    • man's freedom still remains the highest; an inner necessity
    • again, the stars cannot lie; man, who offends against the most
    • can be no order in nature which opposes the laws of the human
    • face and show how man lives with it. There must be a truth in
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    • could raise man's forces of soul, bring them into a harmony
    • — so that it is artistic creation which gives man
    • his Wilhelm Meister, the artist was the only true man
    • was made to Wilhelm Meister, that many of the figures
    • Schiller, having had a vision of human personality in its true
    • sound at first somewhat of a paradox. Goethe demanded of a
    • not only on the eye but on a man who might be led through it
    • spirit. It is not fitness for a purpose that he demanded, but
    • everything is predestined, and complete. Man is set in a higher
    • the character or personality of the hero but the superhuman
    • soluble and shines dimly into human destiny. In his return to
    • personal and separate it from the merely human. Only then can
    • which hovers over Wallenstein. Man belongs to a higher order, a
    • of the stars which guide man's destiny. It is in the stars that
    • boy, unused to German winters, your hand was frozen to the
    • heavy standard which, like a man, you would not let go. Then I
    • woman's careful thoughtfulness, till you, warmed by me, felt
    • when she is untrue to the command, until by repentance she
    • in humanity. (More recent research has revealed the truth of
    • mankind back to the source from which the spiritual sprang, of
  • Title: Schiller and Our Times: Lecture VI: Schiller's Later Plays
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    • dug still deeper into the human soul. He plunged into the
    • depths of human psychology and set out the problem, in the
    • stand far above humanity, and only because she is a maid, has
    • as representative of all humanity. In such cases the action was
    • that was set before man's eyes, the truth in beautiful and
    • artistic form; it was meant to elevate man and fortify him
    • mood, and hence comes that symphony of human characters, acting
    • into symbols of great human experience. Hence Schiller became
    • human I, the question how man works in his environment,
    • the human soul which makes men take their decisions not
    • goes beyond human consciousness. — In this way he had
    • uses the same human psychology in Tell. I am not going
    • wanted to show how things do not run, in man, always along the
    • woman's feelings; the poet requires something which grows
    • immediately from out of the human heart.
    • Man only becomes free when he controls his personal feeling in
    • Hartmann, Fechner, etc., important and true as they may be,
    • always put the beautiful outside man. But Schiller always
    • studied what went on within the human soul, how the beautiful
    • deepening the human spirit in an artistic and moral direction.
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    • first the most violent opposition in romantic circles. Caroline
    • in general in the so-called romantic circles, we shall find
    • active opposition to Schiller. The Romantics found their ideal
    • words were uttered by the Romantics against Schiller,
    • importance for the understanding of German art is immeasurable.
    • Here also the Romantics were bitterly contemptuous and cold. We
    • when we realise the megalomania of the chief people who were
    • own view was of his importance in German literature; he talks
    • romantic theory; we can only understand him if we can
    • understand what the romantic school was after. The Romantics
    • Schiller's aphorism that man is only truly man when he is
    • of their romantic irony which turned everything into the play
    • power of a man's will to turn himself into a genius.
    • the form; but the romantics despised the form and demanded of
    • bitter epigrams. Among themselves the Romantics thoroughly
    • important, though not the only, instance of a man who lived
    • romantics, we find the influence of Schiller even in the words
    • German culture of the first half of the Nineteenth Century. It
    • and many others. The seed had grown which Schiller had planted.
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    • man who can rise to subtle spiritual heights. To understand
    • Goethe, Lessing, Herder and Winckelmann. When external reality
    • thrust forward its harsh demands, there was no real
    • A man
    • (Weltanschauung): even Herman Grimm concentrates his eulogy on
    • separate the Weltanschauung from the man; still a purely
    • and the increase of knowledge. Schiller has had many learned
    • colouring; Eduard von Hartmann's Philosophy of the
    • Hartmann's work. In the second edition the author's name was
    • given: it was Eduard v. Hartmann. He wanted to show that it is
    • A man whose standpoint is that of Schiller can judge modern art
    • religion.” That is the greatness in the man, that his
    • man become free in himself? How is he to become free from his
    • demands of to-day with Schiller's; let us compare what we
    • expect nowadays with what Schiller demanded; take two
    • Aesthetic Letters the demand for the liberation of human
    • are no laws and commandments.
    • and force. But for that man must be inwardly free. The ideal
    • is to lead man to freedom. Art, growing out of the substance of
    • Herman Grimm about Goethe, will be able to speak about
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    • in Germany comes in here because Schiller stands in close
    • Greece, and Winckelmann also cast a regretful glance back at
    • who becomes man, who suffers as man, dies and rises again. What
    • had the definite object of leading man to a higher level of
    • existence. It was seen that man is gripped by passions, that
    • representation was meant to bring man more easily to
    • humanity that Socrates' view grew up that virtue is teachable.
    • But virtue is something that lives in man and is natural to
    • suffering for mankind. Then the dramatic action was humanised,
    • demanded that duty should coincide with inclination; he wanted
    • Schiller possessed to an unusual degree the German quality of
    • raising man to a higher level of existence. During the
    • suppressed: he remarked that a man must be very low in the
    • beautiful is a manifestation of natural laws which, without the
    • in the human soul. Later on, men demanded to see the spiritual
    • the man who had just prophesied to him; and he soon begins to
    • itself in the soul of man.
    • man raised himself to the divine while bringing god down,
    • making god into man and raising himself by god's means. Mankind
    • contemptuous sense; it is the common humanity, the
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course I: Lecture I: The Eternal and the Transient in the Human Being
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    • The Eternal and the Transient in the Human Being
    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • in the Human Being
    • need only to realise that the human being thinking of death feels a
    • questions is quite different if he believes in the eternal of the human
    • was wrong to give the human being this hope of a next world. The poor
    • man would be put off until the next world and would be thereby prevented
    • can generally be endured. If with such a matter the wishes of the human
    • it. It would have mattered a little to the human being to prove that
    • Because the human being could not omit to let his wishes have a say
    • themselves against the immortality of the human being. Ludwig
    • it.” Thus he suggests that the human being tried to find arguments
    • that way from which we start if we search for the eternal in the human
    • the wisdom of former times. Because the way to guide the human being
    • was demanded to which then the scholars produced the proofs. That was
    • knowledge his listeners reproached him: “O old man, had you been
    • at all, one has no notion of that which one demanded from a pupil at
    • the eternal in the human being what we see being passed on or transforming
    • what makes the human being a human being. What does remain of human
    • the human being.
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course I: Lecture II: The Origin of the Soul
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • can impossibly assume anything like a soul. They say that the human
    • phenomena in nature, the human being is nothing else than a higher disposed
    • the human being has to develop according to the eternal laws. On the
    • hard to understand for the human beings. Our observation is directed
    • The human beings realise
    • the human beings understand the truth of the external research so easily
    • different; not two human beings see the colours in the identical nuances.
    • According to the eye of the seeing human being, to the ear of the hearing
    • to teach the human beings to behold the soul. Today everybody wants
    • only require the usual healthy human reason. But what the researcher
    • not only with the healthy human mind; it turns to other forces which
    • rest in the depth of the human soul. It requires a development of the
    • the human race was there in such a way as it still exists, the soul
    • everybody violent. But already in grey antiquity the human beings have
    • is something that is active in us and lives and penetrates all performances
    • itself from the organic forces, from the germ, the human being also
    • of the human being is the same as that of the plant. Therefore, the
    • plant soul. They found that the human beings have this activity of building
    • in the human being is something that corresponds to the plant soul.
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course I: Lecture III: The Nature of God from the Theosophical Standpoint
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • old, as old as the human race, and somebody who becomes engrossed in
    • the evolution of the human being gets to know more about the starting
    • point of the human being than that which our history of civilisation
    • human beings started from a lack of culture and from ignorance. We shall
    • times. There we see that the development of human mind started from
    • human development real divine wisdom existed everywhere. Who studies
    • life which flows through the whole humankind.
    • In this manner the western mind spreads out its knowledge to all directions.
    • through honest struggle of the human soul, and tried to gain higher
    • wisdom. From the start they were convinced that the human being, as
    • They were convinced that the human being is not perfect that he cannot
    • a development of the human being and his soul capacities have to take
    • nature and also in the human soul the God being is to be found. This
    • water reflects the sun completely, every human being is a true, real
    • long way. Only those who have arrived at the highest summit of human
    • the origin of the world something rests that he calls Brahma or Brahman.
    • Brahman is neuter. If you ask him what is behind the beings of which
    • because one cannot speak about it any more. Everything that the human
    • striving goes in that direction. — What do we know about the human
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course II: Lecture I: The Epistemological Basis of Theosophy I
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • It will be nothing strange to many among you that one
    • with many of our contemporaries. Also it is not unknown to many that
    • just those who demand scholarship or, we say, philosophical education
    • begin with a reprimand. Not because it would not correspond to the theosophical
    • human mind, with a natural, maybe religious feeling and with a need
    • so many obstacles to its students, offers them so many judgments which
    • von Hartmann and his disciple Arthur Drews, or the brilliant theorist
    • of knowledge Volkelt or Otto Liebmann, or at the somewhat journalistic,
    • by a philosopher. One says that the great mental achievement of Immanuel
    • Schelling, Hegel, from Schopenhauer up to Eduard von Hartmann —
    • of the seventies, from Liebmann, then from Friedrich Albert Lange: back
    • imagined to be movable. However, Kant makes the human being with his
    • which there can only be. Eduard von Hartmann considers it as the most
    • knowledge. These things are the human souls, the free will of the human
    • world. Nobody can say that this is drawn from mere reason. The human
    • many days. We also know that all people have seen sunrises and sunsets
    • But this belief is only a habituation and everything that the human
    • human being sees a ball pushing the other, he sees that a movement takes
    • What is the human being
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course II: Lecture II: The Epistemological Basis of Theosophy II
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • With the remark that the present, in particular the German
    • one cannot understand from their point of view how the human being can find
    • nuance, in the same way the human being must see the world — after Kant’s
    • by a theosophist. The view is represented in it that the human being has not
    • be proved scientifically one day that the human being belongs also to a spiritual
    • that the human soul is in relation to others that they have effect on each other
    • and receive impressions from each other. The human being is not aware of that,
    • The human being with his average
    • is not compatible. He who wrote the foundation of this view is Immanuel Kant
    • and Schopenhauer to Otto Liebmann and Johannes Volkelt
    • us everywhere that that is no reality the naive human being believes that it
    • have a sensation of touch. The naive human being imagines that he perceives
    • the human being merely to the things, we say to the mental pictures which his
    • who ask now why we can assume other human beings besides us whom we, nevertheless,
    • recognise only from the impressions which we receive from them. If a human being
    • picture something similar to the human being exists. Thus the modern epistemology
    • whether there are still other human beings with other consciousnesses, because
    • nothing of a consciousness of the other human beings can get into the human
    • being. Nothing of the world of images of another human being and nothing of
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course II: Lecture III: The Epistemological Basis of Theosophy III
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • Schopenhauer, Kant and similar great German thinkers. I tried to show at the
    • von Hartmann created. I have shown with it that basically that kind of epistemology
    • and concepts appear finally as being born by the human soul, as a self-product
    • of the human being. The knowledge which tries to give reasons for this in all
    • can see fighting Schopenhauer, Hartmann, the Hegelians and the Kantians from
    • so to speak, a level of human knowledge is hidden.
    • of development. Even the loftiest human being cannot recognise anything absolute
    • to deliver an argument to you from the German spiritual development that it
    • von Hartmann appeared; I do not want to defend it. May it have its one-sidedness;
    • was called: Eduard von Hartmann himself. He showed that he could completely
    • that the advanced human being can also position himself on the subordinated
    • however, only if we have the manifestations of a truthful and real world in
    • in the unopposed. — That is why he put up many realities. Schopenhauer
    • This will of existence guarantees my being to me. I am will, and I manifest
    • myself in the world as an idea. As well as I am will and manifest myself, also
    • the remaining things are of the same kind, and they manifest themselves in the
    • Julius Baumann
    • a theosophist. But his way of thinking has led Julius Baumann to apply to epistemology.
    • narrow building as our organisation appears to us, but the single human being
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course I: Lecture IV: Theosophy and Christianity
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • that at the Theosophical Congress in Chicago in 1893 the Indian Brahman G.
    • many disputes, which have today taken place everywhere in the Christian confessions,
    • likes to rise to the lively spirit. Indeed, there are ideals at which the human
    • the eyes of the human beings once. It is the object of the so-called historical-critical
    • in the world that outshines humankind by far, something that comes from the
    • in a single personality. No, only the whole humankind, the human kind, the type
    • can be the real representation of God on earth. The struggle of the whole humankind,
    • God as the struggle and striving of the whole humankind.
    • ideal human being in the way as Strauss formed it. One does nowhere find the
    • human type, thought in the abstract. This is characteristic that the 19th century
    • phenomenon. A word was said there, and this word is: the simple man from Nazareth.
    • which stands at the beginning of Christianity only as a human being and wants
    • only as a human being, who is of a higher rank, indeed, than the other human
    • beings who is, however, a human being among human beings who is equal in certain
    • respects to the other human beings. Thus also the theologians want to pull down
    • presented by David Friedrich Strauss, on the other side, the simple man from
    • Nazareth, which contains nothing but a doctrine of general humanness. This is
    • were only given to those who had risen to the heights of humanity.
    • concepts of Christ? Today I cannot explain why I do not share the view of many
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture I: Theosophy and Spiritism
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • The questions of the origin and goal of the human soul have
    • rightly to this age as one of the most epoch-making of humankind. One has pointed
    • with pride to performances of the natural sciences with regard to the control
    • longer be led by the leaders of science to the higher humanities. You get no
    • problems of the soul? What about the determination of the human being? —
    • more or less, and expresses that the human soul and its qualities are nothing
    • does the human being originate from? Where does he go? Which is the determination
    • human soul in terms of Weber’s real spiritual science
    • are scholars who could not be content just as many other people with the concepts
    • who takes a position in science like few other people — this man concerned
    • for a man achieving scientific knowledge in the fields of spiritism. It depends
    • life; that in the human being something spiritual lives that the human being
    • a part of the whole human life, and that the human being is something else beside
    • of humankind with open spiritual eye knows that there is a development also
    • within the spiritual life of humankind like within the physical nature. As well
    • There are highly developed beings among humankind, and those who have found
    • current, a spiritual wave against the material one in humankind. This spiritual
    • should be shown to the human beings that there is something else than what natural
    • signs of the time who were always the leaders of humankind sent the spiritistic
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture II: Theosophy and Somnambulism
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • of somnambulism which lead into mysterious fields of the human nature and into
    • the human being when in his everyday states of consciousness a certain change
    • is not in full activity if it is eliminated, as it were, and the human being
    • by the daytime ego-consciousness. The human soul acts then from this dark depth,
    • those which the human being accomplishes, otherwise, in the course of his life.
    • went beyond the usual human knowledge. Events of the future should got out from
    • human beings enjoyed divine devotion who could be transported into such somnambulistic
    • something that can bring in only damaging, bad influence to the human life.
    • one began to study conditions of the human soul, there were some people who
    • believed that one could gain higher explanations of the human soul studying
    • senses are not receptive to the outside world, they assumed that the human being
    • human being. In the beginning in particular it was science which rejected any
    • which the human being abandons himself every now and then to get over the tiredness
    • help of particular manipulations of another person that the concerned person
    • and what do they explain to us about the being and the nature of the human soul
    • she would go with another woman to the city on Sunday morning. They go to the
    • everyday consciousness relate to that which takes action in the human soul,
    • a peculiar kind of human instinct points out a remedy or a necessary performance
    • we to understand such phenomena? You know perhaps that there are many people
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V: Lecture I: What Does the Modern Human Being Find in Theosophy?
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    • What Does the Modern Human Being Find in Theosophy?
    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • What Does the Modern Human Being Find in Theosophy?
    • which ideas the human being made to himself in the different epochs, ideas of
    • back to nature worship originating in the simple, childish, naive human beings.
    • to the fact that the simple, naive human being sees his fellow man stopping
    • spiritual experiences which the primitive human being has to a greater extent
    • into the world. The human being tries to get a solid support for the question:
    • How does the human being get to such images? — This is one kind how the
    • human being tries today to found these ideas of the super-sensible.
    • eager to offer this foundation to the present humankind. Whereas the cultural
    • human being, the theosophical world view asks rather for the religious experience
    • of the most perfect human being, of that who has come to a higher level of the
    • world. What the human being who has developed his inner life, who has got certain
    • of today what such a human being is able to experience of the higher world is
    • spiritual and astral worlds? Most of the human beings of today understand that
    • fairly hard. This was not the case in former times. Today, however, the human
    • external phenomena. In this world of the external phenomena the modern human
    • once. They were built up either by nature or by human hand, and after some time
    • also of the human being. He comes into being and passes if we look at him as
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course III: Lecture I: Theosophical Teachings of the Soul. Part I: Body and Soul
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • Self-knowledge is necessary to be able to tell the human beings
    • human soul as knowledge, namely the knowledge of the divine very basis.
    • was in the centre of the whole human thinking and striving, one divided the
    • nature of the human being into three parts, in body, soul and mind. You can
    • other members of the human being, with the body on one side and with the mind
    • of the human soul, and the third lecture with the sight of the soul up to the
    • threefold division of the human being has got lost to the western research,
    • you can hear that one assumes that the human being is to be considered according
    • of view informs about the soul. This means, popularly expressed, that the human
    • psychology well-known to you is based and to which many mistakes are to be attributed
    • Christianity everybody who thought and tried to explain the human being considered
    • third centuries you find the trichotomy of the human being acknowledged by the
    • within Christianity. One thought that the human being would become too arrogant
    • on different councils that as a dogma is to be taught for the future: the human
    • you can read it in the manuals — that the human being consists only of
    • can take manuals about psychology or The Riddles of the World by Haeckel.
    • and the admirers of Ernst Haeckel — as a great man of science more than
    • I myself. But great human beings also have big shortcomings, and thus it may
    • completely intact make it impossible to us to accomplish certain mental manifestations.
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course III: Lecture II: Theosophical Teachings of the Soul. Part II: Soul and Human Destiny
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • Part II: Soul and Human Destiny
    • the causes of the highest manifestations of the human mind finally in the mechanical
    • The German philosopher Leibniz found
    • the right answer to this assertion. He said: imagine once that this whole human
    • in the human being. Let us assume that this final goal of natural sciences would
    • be achieved. — Then Leibniz goes on: now imagine this human brain endlessly
    • ideas. No observer of this big cerebral machinery will see what the human being
    • and ideas. Human inner experience is necessary to refrain from any spatial consideration
    • about the fact that the human being is nothing else than a mechanism that we
    • have understood the human being if we know how his cerebral functions and his
    • else than a mechanical process. Why does the human being not say: my brain feels,
    • The human being would have to accept
    • do not yet know all movements, all performances of our cerebral mechanism. For
    • in the human being passing these objects. The colour of an object has an effect
    • These colour experiences are the very own experiences of the human being.
    • human being expresses itself, that entity by which the one differs from the
    • human being. That means that as many people stand before us as many inside worlds
    • human inner life. Something is connected with them that penetrated the human
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course III: Lecture III: Theosophical Teachings of the Soul. Part III: Soul and Mind
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • express what he had to say about the eternity of the human mind.
    • the human being. What he has to say about the indestructibility of that which
    • lives in the human being makes a deep impression. In few hours, life will no
    • the great teaching of the human soul and the human mind to them. He makes it
    • his conviction of the eternity of the human mind not only using logical proofs
    • or philosophical arguments, but while he let a high developed human being express
    • immediately in the human soul. Plato wanted to suggest this way that the question
    • of the eternity of the human soul cannot be answered in every situation. We
    • man who possessed knowledge of that which reveals itself if the human being
    • he has recognised it. It depends on that. Every reasonable human being in this
    • field will never say that a proof of the immortality of the human soul can be
    • given in any situation, but the conviction of the eternity of the human mind
    • must be acquired; the human being must have got to know the life of the soul.
    • about the human mind, and the strength of conviction speaks in his inside. Not
    • speech; over that which ties the human being to the immediately transient, to
    • the sensuous, to the everyday life. Thus it should be expressed that the human
    • The human being is more receptive for the topmost truth at such moments.
    • No, it gives instructions how the human being can transport himself gradually
    • the human soul in another form than one normally hears it. He puts the question:
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V: Lecture II: What Do Our Scholars Know about Theosophy?
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • human evolution, a school of thought, which does not find acceptance or may
    • the time which distinguish themselves within the human civilisation.
    • deceased philosopher Eduard von Hartmann to the materialistic-Darwinist
    • of the Unconscious by Eduard von Hartmann.
    • great sensation, have experienced many editions and conquered hearts and souls.
    • time, Eduard von Hartmann let his Philosophy of the Unconscious appear,
    • and matter, Eduard von Hartmann tried to understand it in such a way that the
    • like this Philosophy of the Unconscious. A man speaks there, actually,
    • better against Eduard von Hartmann than what is in this writing. Oscar Schmidt
    • better against the limitless dilettantism of Eduard von Hartmann than the anonymous
    • the people. It was Eduard von Hartmann. Since that time the chorus was silent
    • who was regarded at first as a man who knows nothing has shown to the scientific
    • is able to understand the true, real science any time as Eduard von Hartmann
    • for example, the title: “The Origin of the Human Being, the Human Being
    • once the human being did not live on earth that he began his existence on earth
    • the present-day human being. — If we take another book which should inform
    • and what the human being is solely able to provide of the riddles and secrets
    • of humankind is investigated according to pure facts. The one is said to be
    • human being develops more and more and that he unfolds more and more forces
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture III: The History of Spiritism
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    • as a phrase, but in the most serious sense of the word: no human opinion is
    • of the spiritistic movement without taking sides, because no human opinion is
    • absolutely novel, or has humankind gone on them since centuries or even since
    • of our human race.
    • problems not the tasks of humankind, since it strives on our earth and wants
    • other adversaries say that the human beings had never needed to combat this
    • movement like nowadays. There a change must have happened in humankind with
    • if we get clear in our mind that humankind has behaved in three different ways
    • truth at first. One realised the fact that in every human being spiritual forces
    • slumber which are not developed with the average human being, that spiritual
    • forces slumber in the human nature which one can wake and develop by means of
    • average human being in such a way as a sighted is to a blind-born. This was
    • Thus the follower of the mysteries tried to develop a human being of lower level
    • intuition. The big mass of human beings could get the truth by means of pictures.
    • of humankind, they are nothing but disguises of the super-sensible truth. The
    • temple mysteries. The whole Eastern mythology, the Greek and Roman mythologies,
    • the Germanic mythology and the mythologies of the savage peoples are nothing
    • the Christian. And now this basis of spiritual truth was removed from any human
    • research, from the immediate human striving. Those who studied the history of
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture IV: The History of Hypnotism and Somnambulism
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • the spirit, in the life of the human being generally, closer to the official
    • assure you that I have the greatest respect to many a scholar with regard to
    • Another German writer, Caspar Schott,
    • same time in a book entitled Entertainment of the Human Imagination.
    • as a state similar to sleep in which the human being is brought artificially
    • In this sleep-like state the human being shows different qualities he does not
    • chairs, and the heaviest man can still stand on this rigid body.
    • suggestive commands. If you have transported a person into such a state, you
    • to give them in detail. Especially significant is to know: if we give a command
    • necessary; nevertheless, the person concerned will carry out the command which
    • which I have given. However, what goes beyond that is denied by many people.
    • for the human thinking. I have shown that above all this progress made people
    • matters, so that the human being got used to not accepting what cannot be seized
    • is the age of Enlightenment to which we approach, that age in which the human
    • the immediate influence of a human being on a human being or of a human being
    • on a living being is necessary. The procedure which the human being has to carry
    • out by a human being. Also all the other matters of which I have spoken must
    • be carried out by a human being to another living human being or being. It may
    • be — and this is the most important question — because the human
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V: Lecture III: Is Theosophy Unscientific?
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • Eight days ago I tried to show what the modern human being
    • his mind. One has to go back to the origin of human knowledge, to a time which
    • is far away from our time, to the daybreak of human knowledge or at least to
    • that which we call human knowledge today.
    • daybreak of human knowledge, we have to realise that modern science declares
    • also the human being — is nothing else than a product of the inorganic
    • chemistry. However, Haeckel tries in vain to show that the human being is nothing
    • else than the result of the miraculous dynamics and mechanics of the human organism.
    • They had many followers in the first third of the 19th century, as well as even
    • It is interesting that the German
    • was our earth which you can compare with a human organism or an animal organism
    • of today. Today also the human being has life and something apparently lifeless
    • lifeless, the dead, the rock and the rock masses, as the human being the skeleton.
    • to ourselves. Theosophy expresses this that way: the human being is aware of
    • question: does the human being live only within the physical world? By way of
    • sounds and words, but without ears you would not perceive the sounding manifestations
    • — Does the human being consist, however, only of such physical manifestations?
    • No, you know that within the body, in which the human being and also the animal
    • are enclosed, not only physical activities exist, but that in the human being
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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V: Lecture IV: Is Theosophy Buddhist Propaganda?
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    • 1903 until December 1904. The original title, in German, is:
    • which originated many centuries before our calendar? — Today we want to
    • produced researches which deeply speak to the soul of the modern human being.
    • mentioned. It is the book by which countless human beings were won over for
    • d, because it comes from budhi, the sixth human principle,
    • else than one of the manifold forms in which this teaching of wisdom is spread
    • to his pupil to bring esoteric contents to a human being. The teacher must be
    • comprises not only a study, but a complete transformation of the human being,
    • a higher education and discipline of his soul forces. The human being who has
    • it became necessary to wake up the spiritual life in humankind as a counterbalance
    • human beings who had spiritual experiences; and those who had such experiences
    • were the important rulers and guides of humankind. What has flowed in as religions
    • onto humankind has come from the spiritual and psychic experience of these religious
    • brotherhoods of sages who have the real guidance of the human development. They
    • then to give a new impulse, a new impact in the progress of humankind. To the
    • big mass of the human beings it is not visible where from these inflows come
    • to humankind. However, those know where from these impulses come who can do
    • own experiences, who have the connection with the advanced brothers of humankind,
    • who have arrived at a level which humankind reaches only in distant times. This
    • and co-sisters from within through the advanced brothers of humankind is esoteric.
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  • Title: Lecture: Theosophy and Tolstoy
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    • containing the German texts is entitled,
    • through the labyrinth of the manifested world, in multitudinous forms,
    • life is forever changing, coming to expression in manifold variety.
    • Life could not manifest outwardly or present itself in the world if it
    • spiritual life of man. In the spiritual life of man and of mankind the
    • as the epochs change in the course of human history, so also do we see
    • In which the civilisations of mankind have come to expression. We heard
    • Chaldean-Babylonian-Assyrian-Egyptian, the Greco-Roman and finally
    • it may be called the epoch of forms, the epoch when on every hand man
    • * German text in Nachrichtenblatt, Vol. 23 (1946) Nos. 20 - 22; also
    • ** Berlin, 27th Oct., 1904. German text in Nachrichtenblatt, Vol. 23
    • and bequeathed to humanity in his theory? The origin and change of the
    • animals live out their lives in the most manifold forms but that
    • Zola, the Frenchman. His descriptions of human life are powerful and
    • magnificent. Yet for all that his gaze is not focused upon human life
    • itself but upon the forms in which it manifests. How life comes to
    • manifestations of life, and fundamentally speaking, all naturalists do
    • sociologists? They do not concern themselves with the soul of man,
    • district or another, and how the human being is obliged to exist as a
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  • Title: Lecture: The Inner Development of Man
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    • from the original German by Maria St. Goar.
    • Recently I have endeavored to sketch the being of man and the three
    • anthroposophical concepts regarding the origin of man, the earth and
    • Today however, I would like to present a few suggestions on how man's
    • cognition and experience, and the inner development of the human soul
    • human soul and spirit must undergo for attainment of the understanding
    • inner study and the many necessary details involved in such training
    • and honors the dignity of man and the respect for the individual more
    • consideration of human freedom is too pronounced on the part of the
    • conveyed in any manner in this area must be understood with this
    • completely intimate development of the human soul, and all the
    • of human society, will soon discover that by these means least is
    • as a human being. The course that the inner training takes is quite
    • anything about his pupil's profession, manner of living, family
    • proper manner of progress of this inner development.
    • The development of the inner man is birth on a higher level. It is the
    • human soul has in the past been incarnated repeatedly in a physical
    • the easiest manner possible acquire this comprehension of
    • several profound meanings but among the many interpretations it
    • negates itself in a sense in like manner as the snake that curls up
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  • Title: Esoteric Development: Lecture VII: The Great Initiates
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    • never setting limits to man's capacity for knowledge, but rather
    • says: “I stand today at a certain point in human knowledge,
    • possible to cultivate the human capacity for knowledge, to heighten
    • aim to raise to a higher stage this human capacity for knowledge. So
    • task of the initiation schools. This means raising man to a stage of
    • themselves, who have soared above the lower stages of the human
    • being of man as he stands before us today, it is essentially
    • only the outward visible part already within human nature that is
    • a student of the mysteries — that man as he stands before us
    • developing so that in the future he will reach many higher
    • stage in man, is the human physical body, that which we can see with
    • however, the only thing that man has. He has still higher members of
    • cultivated his soul organs. Through this etheric body man is not
    • which represents a kind of archetype of man, if, with the methods of
    • creation, this etheric body, produces man's essential life. Its color
    • which I spoke last time when describing man's origin, in which man is
    • man as lust, passion, and feeling. Joyful self-sacrificing feelings
    • living in man's soul as feeling, passion, and impulse.
    • As man has now been
    • spirit had already taken place, man confronts us with the three
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  • Title: Two Essays on Haeckel: Essay II: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • of mankind by means of his book,
    • into many languages. Seldom, indeed, has a book of serious
    • For years past this man, imbued with an enormous amount of
    • having again and again to defend himself against the manifold
    • which many scientists are deficient happen to be those with
    • of humanity with calm, unprejudiced eyes, you will find two
    • be met with only among German philosophers, such as Schelling
    • freedom without equal, not alone upon this subject, but in many
    • must hint at some mysterious kinship between man and beast, and
    • possible for man to observe, to a far greater extent than
    • humanity. Such words as “energy” and
    • epochs of the human race, to suppose that anything that could
    • their share. Humanity has, during its latest phase of
    • Man
    • development of humanity at that time will be enabled to
    • deal with a tendency in human education that sought in the
    • first place forcibly to eradicate from the human heart every
    • many leaders of civilisation at that time were
    • announced the connection between man and the higher animals
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture I: Haeckel, the Riddles of the World and Theosophy
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    • published in German as,
    • human beings by means of his book The Riddles of the
    • short time, and it was translated into many languages. Seldom
    • feelings, which lead the human being partially from his
    • Haeckel's working. With tremendous courage, this man has fought
    • overcome manifold opposition. On the other side, we may not
    • what is absent to many naturalists in this respect. He has
    • directed their look freely at the big human riddles in the
    • 19th century only with the German philosophers, for example,
    • German naturalist), a man of freedom unparalleled also in other
    • human being, the big anatomical resemblance of man and animal
    • and the human being. Johannes Müller, who had looked so
    • with Burdach (Karl Friedrich B., 1776-1847, German
    • so to speak, a Gospel for humanity at that time. Matter and
    • of childish imagination of former human epochs, if one supposed
    • reasons are working. Humanity went through a materialistic
    • materialistic education the age of Enlightenment. The human
    • study the development of humanity in the 19th century as a
    • reality. One deals with an educational direction of humanity
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture II: Our International Situation. War, Peace and Spiritual Science
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    • published in German as,
    • to that which moves the human hearts immediately what concerns
    • human and highly noble-minded striving of His Majesty, the
    • Certainly this manifesto arises from an intention. The last
    • Looking around in the world today, we see the struggle of many
    • noble human beings for the idea of peace, the love for a global
    • have the reverse. If we do not forget that also many are among
    • researcher who has attracted so many thinkers (Ernst
    • but many people think that way.
    • investigation. Many of those who practised the art of war are
    • human souls, knows that two separate, completely different ways
    • reason that we call idealism, the other is the human desire,
    • the human inclinations, the human sympathies, and antipathies.
    • possible, but the reverse has always been there in humanity up
    • you pursue the history of the human evolution, you can put the
    • else is necessary because simply the human passions, impulses
    • must grasp it deeper. We must really have a look at the human
    • correctly. The human being does not always see enough of his
    • us have a look once at the human soul, where we may study it in
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  • Title: Lecture Series: The Situation of the World
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    • series entitled, Riddles of the World and Anthroposophy, published in German
    • published in German as,
    • human heart. The spiritual-scientific investigator must
    • authoritative concepts. On many occasions I had the opportunity
    • back many centuries, and in the l6th/17th century we come
    • not let us forget that many clever men who belong to the other
    • side assure us again and again that war is necessary for human
    • attracted so many thinkers to his side, often said that he
    • radically, nevertheless many people harbour these thoughts.
    • brought to our notice the views of many people who are at the
    • head of public life. Many representatives of Governments
    • see, even the hearts of many soldiers are filled with pain and
    • other direction is human passion, the human inclinations,
    • man's sympathies and antipathies.
    • Many things would be different in the world if it were
    • opposite has so far always been the case in human life. The
    • history of human development, you may again and again ask,
    • something else will be required, because the human,
    • glance into the human soul and its fundamental forces. We do
    • us consider the human soul, where we can study it deeply and
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture III: Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Soul and Spirit of the Human Being
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    • Twenty-two lectures, many of which have never been translated into
    • published in German as,
    • Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Soul and Spirit of the Human Being
    • unscientific in certain circles to speak about the human soul
    • division of the human being, which is a trichotomy compared
    • consciousness of the present humanity, compared with the
    • human being is something about which we do not require many
    • thing that occupies our present humanity that the understanding
    • human ideas.
    • a human being stands before you, you will admit without further
    • body exists. Because your senses attest this human body to you.
    • However, the human being can look at himself with his senses at
    • least partially, and we can say without thinking, the human
    • being is a bodily being for another sensory-gifted human being.
    • However, in the space, which the human being fills, even more
    • for the human life — understood in its entirety —
    • the least that the other human being can see with his eyes and
    • touch with his hands. For if the human being speaks about his
    • human being may stand before you and another beside him. What
    • your senses perceive of both human beings is not the essential
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VI: The Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Human Races
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    • published in German as,
    • The Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Human Races
    • has often said that the human being himself is the best and
    • most important study of the human being, and that the human
    • being himself is the biggest riddle of the human being. In view
    • the human being in manifold forms. The human riddle appears as
    • multiplied to us and looks at us from all sides. The manifold
    • forms of the human being, the races, are certainly such a
    • multiplication of the human riddle. Natural sciences and
    • variety of the human existence, in these different forms of the
    • human being. Besides, we realise plenty of questions. We have
    • the consciousness in ourselves that in all human beings a
    • nature and being behave to the manifold forms and
    • single human races possess.
    • Apparently, to our consideration, the one human being is on the
    • the human being who has, nevertheless, a uniform nature can
    • existence in a lower human race and raises the other to an
    • of the uniform human being as the other worldviews. It has a
    • recurrence of the human soul. It says to us that the soul,
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VII: The Core of Wisdom in the Religions
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    • published in German as,
    • in force. The human being who reads such things has to assume
    • that still other human beings exist who have these abilities
    • group of human beings which deals with the finding of such
    • facts. In quite a similar way, a big part of humanity probably
    • another field home to the human being, namely towards the
    • towards the religious scriptures, the human being asks himself
    • these facts. Thus, the human being also assumed concerning the
    • religious documents that there are single human beings who are
    • assumed that there are single human beings who have the key of
    • directly. Briefly, one has to demand from the religious
    • human being assumes that there are single people who ascertain
    • must also assume that there are human beings who know the
    • sensuous world. The human being is not allowed to behave
    • the behaviour of the human beings towards these matters is
    • divine primal ground of the universe today. Humanity develops,
    • the mysterious worlds of existence the human being can get on
    • human beings have another concept of divinity than, for
    • invaded the Roman empire from the north at the beginning of the
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  • Title: Lecture: Brotherhood and the Fight for Survival
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    • It appears in the German volume Die Weltraetsel und die
    • byManfred Maier and Nicholas Stanton
    • “brotherhood” is a reasonable translation of the German,
    • altogether is the aim of man's evolution.
    • creed of many national economists and sociologists. From a different
    • and thus we can be most useful to our fellows. There are many among
    • Is it really true what many believe, that
    • teaching of the evolution of mankind. In a book called “From
    • the happiness of mankind in the future depends on recklessly
    • this question first. Now let us ask ourselves what human life really
    • evolution of mankind?
    • in Animal and Man.” Among the ideas, which today are being put
    • What has mutual help in man's evolution
    • were the main forces for forming out the character of these human
    • is not true. Just those among the Germanic tribes flourished best who
    • find that this principle appears again in a most fruitful manner.
    • individuals managed to gain large tracts of land and the people
    • Middle Ages. Those human beings who could not stand the bonded
    • Many things, which no one attends to much
    • honor by other members of the Guild to provide in the proper manner
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VIII: Fraternity and the Struggle for Existence
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    • published in German as,
    • fraternity, represents a great ideal penetrating humanity, and
    • connected with the main destination of humanity.
    • spiritual-scientific striving human being is convinced, and not
    • seizes the human being really, that fraternity is just the
    • something that approached humanity lately. One pointed in
    • struggle. How often we can hear even today that the human
    • forces grow with resistance that the human being gets strong
    • (1844-1900, German philosopher), has among other enthusiastic
    • one has said that thereby, humanity can progress best of all
    • that the single human being benefits himself, as well as
    • human being benefits his fellow men the best if he obtains as
    • this is the creed of many economists and sociologists. On the
    • other side, we hear repeatedly emphasised that the human being
    • There are many among our fellow men who are virtually eager for
    • most important question is: is it right what so many people
    • believe that the human forces grow in particular with the
    • resistance that it is the struggle above all which the human
    • human life that receives strong support by the fact that the
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  • Title: Esoteric Development: Lecture I: Inner Development
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    • development of man, we wish to occupy ourselves today.
    • development of man” here refers to the ascent of the human
    • laws concerning general human morality, nor will it challenge
    • sort of general demands or fundamental moral laws, valid without
    • differences between human beings are not at all acknowledged. Neither
    • sense observation in everyday human experience. By no means, however,
    • encountered it, so is occultism incomprehensible to many people
    • must be stressed in the light of the most manifold endeavors and of
    • the experience of millennia — that the demands of
    • general culture. No one is expected to fulfill these demands. But if
    • mankind in general. In fact, it is extremely difficult in the present
    • science calls “higher human solitude.” The other is
    • and disperse, in brief to demand sense-involvement in the external.
    • exist — the human being is in a position to cultivate the inner
    • millennia. This is very difficult in our time, which demands a
    • inward soul properties is the first obstacle. Present humanity
    • with the spiritual development of man. An important
    • higher development is a most intimate awareness of human community,
    • fellow man when he says that he has experienced one thing or the
    • unlimited trust; there exists the awareness that a human being is a
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture IX: Inner Development
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    • published in German as,
    • human being.
    • Inner development of the human being is meant here in the sense
    • that the human being advances to such abilities that he must
    • that have something to do with general human morality or with
    • the demands, which belong to the general zeitgeist. I must note
    • human being and human being the misunderstanding appears, as if
    • anybody who speaks of occultism establishes any general human
    • demands, moral principles or the like which apply to everybody
    • in the everyday human area of experience. However, by no means
    • who has never heard of it, it is occultism for many people of
    • and often performed experiments — that the demands which
    • a general human culture. The fulfilment of it is required from
    • Occultism does not appeal to the general humanity today.
    • difficult to fulfil the demands of a life, which makes the
    • first demand is the isolation, that which esoteric science
    • calls the higher human loneliness. The second one is the
    • humanity.
    • more and more, demands external sensuousness. In no other
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  • Title: Signs/Symbols: The Christmas Festival as a Symbol of the Sun Victory
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    • Modern man, more than he thinks, confronts nature as a stranger —
    • in which he tries to express how man can penetrate with his feelings
    • and heart meet them almost with indifference. In many instances today,
    • confidence and trust for man. In this way the victory of the sun over
    • the individual personal life of a man, so the winter solstice was
    • festival of the first order for humanity.
    • immortal human soul. Then, in this primeval age, the great moment in
    • the evolution of mankind arrived when the immortal soul descended from
    • human body was able to receive the imperishable soul. This human
    • him yet. The human soul descended to earth from a higher planet, and
    • We call these human ancestors the Lemurians. They were followed by the
    • Atlanteans, who preceded the present-day Aryans. The human bodies of
    • the Lemurians were fructified by the higher human soul — a great
    • moment in the evolution of man that spiritual science calls “the
    • the human soul has worked in and formed the human body for its higher
    • At the time when the human body was first fructified by the
    • evolution of man. Gradually, the constellation of earth, moon and sun
    • prospering of man on earth, and also for his fellow creatures, the
    • with earth-man in the right way, one must make spiritually clear to
    • himself the whole development of man and earth. There was a time — so
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture X: Christmas as Symbol of the Sun's Victory
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    • published in German as,
    • us try to think once about the fact how many people are still
    • but it should pulsate in our life directly. The modern human
    • human being, where Goethe approaches Nature not as a lifeless
    • in us if we recognise ourselves correctly, and all human beings
    • again many years before our calendar, everywhere you find this
    • a festival of hope for the human being, or better said —
    • single human life an important event takes place that decides
    • festival of humanity of the highest rank.
    • only on the level to be prepared to receive the immortal human
    • moment of human development, when the immortal imperishable
    • human soul descended from divine heights. The wave of life had
    • developed up to that time in such a way that the human body had
    • this human ancestor ranked higher than the materialist
    • call these human ancestors the Lemurian race. The Atlantean
    • Within this Lemurian race, the human bodies were fertilised by
    • the higher human soul. Spiritual science calls this great
    • moment of human development the descent of the divine sons of
    • Since that time, this human soul forms and works in the human
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XI: The Christian Teachings of Wisdom
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    • published in German as,
    • world appears in bewildering variety to the human being looking
    • around at first, both the external nature and the human life.
    • the stars of the luminous sky. The thoughtful human being will
    • animals, and human beings, and try to see in the phenomena of
    • that for us which faces us in the real life of the human being,
    • in the historical development of the human being since
    • millennia. Science, religion, and other human striving,
    • could deny that the human mind has brought it so far in this
    • is included in it what we call human development in history.
    • human beings, tribes and peoples experience undeservedly, with
    • all luck which meets the single or also many apparently
    • Great, astute spirits never doubted that the human mind is able
    • the fact that our great German poet and thinker, Lessing
    • in his last work, explained this human development as an
    • education of the human race. He represented the antiquity as
    • the childhood of humanity with the Old Testament as the first
    • remind you that another great German thinker whom, admittedly,
    • great German philosopher Hegel (Georg Friedrich Wilhelm H.,
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XII: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • published in German as,
    • questions there are more obvious, big human questions which
    • whether we have hope for a prosperous future of the human race
    • and the single human being.
    • existence of the human being, if we see how one is equipped at
    • this, but the fact that thinking and feeling of the human
    • of existence in such a way that the modern human being can be
    • human being. It satisfies every human being, from the simple,
    • normally demands them. Who demands them does not understand the
    • — Take a drastic proof. Take a map of Asia Minor. A man
    • human race advances concerning truth. Everybody would be
    • those days the human beings ran wild if anybody stated that the
    • the human being how it depends on external facts, on
    • peculiarities of a human soul in its becoming, who only has a
    • It applies to every human being, also to the simplest, that he
    • has from father, mother, and ancestors. The general-human
    • can see how the human being outgrows the mere type. In every
    • human being, just a spiritual essence reveals itself, which is
    • European with the soul of a human being as Darwin still met
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIII: Lucifer
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    • published in German as,
    • the good god, and of Ahriman, the bad god. Both divinities
    • battle for the human being, generally for everything that
    • place is not only the external human being but also the
    • internal one. The human soul is torn between hostile powers:
    • choice spirit of our own German culture expressed the unity and
    • If man tames and watches it,
    • we look at the external and internal human being in such a way,
    • You all know the snake as the seducer of humanity. You can read
    • the consciousness of many people that way.
    • human beings, of which one says that it opened men's eyes,
    • and type of the human striving, of the striving that is built
    • Faust, this genius of the liberal striving for human knowledge
    • leaders, those who illuminated the human beings with spirit
    • “snakes.” It is similar in many religions. Why?
    • shall bring the light to the human being who builds on himself
    • that leads us to bygone times of human existence, so to speak,
    • to the starting point of human evolution. This object, which
    • human evolution. Evolution is that which appears to us today as
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIV: The Children of Lucifer
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    • human evolution and I may connect with an excellent piece of
    • Many people have a point of view that leads them to believe
    • view than that of the known compendia and smaller manuals can
    • nothing else than such a being that surmounts the human being,
    • that is similar to the human being. He calls the human being a
    • has once gone through the school of humanity. If the Greek
    • and regarded the human being himself as a draft that should
    • the human realm, the hierarchy, the sequence of the gods
    • outranked the human. He considered the realms beyond the human
    • symbolically but as something real that the human being
    • as he associates here on our earth with human beings. One
    • called natural knowledge that knowledge that the human being
    • something that the human being can really experience. The human
    • of the human being to get contact with the higher beings.
    • forces. What still the undeveloped human being had in far-away
    • that open the marvellous nature round the human being are
    • transformations, metamorphoses of lower forces. Human forces
    • Thus, some human beings were equipped with higher senses just
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XV: Germanic and Indian Secret Doctrines
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    • Germanic and Indian Secret Doctrines
    • Many a time I have already pointed here to the fact that it is
    • the striving of humanity that express themselves most
    • the German spiritual life theosophical feeling and thinking
    • within the Germanic-German folk culture an impact exists which
    • human being is, according to this theosophical worldview, at
    • cover is as it were the sheath or the tool of the human being
    • member the real human ego. We call it in such a way because the
    • human being has the three other members, physical body, etheric
    • body, and astral body. The human being besides has a fourth
    • spirit, and spirit man best of all. These members are today
    • included only as gifts in the majority of the human beings. The
    • Eastern mysticism calls the spirit self “manas,”
    • innermost member “atman.” It is the real spirit of
    • the human being, the innermost core, the immortal within the
    • human nature. With it, we have seven members of the human
    • higher members, manas, buddhi, and atman are not to be
    • perceived by the senses, they are of divine nature. The human
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVI: German Theosophists at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
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    • German Theosophists at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
    • can see one of these reasons concerning the German cultural
    • left an important impact on our German cultural life, a
    • manual of philosophy, in any history of literature; but a
    • 18th to the 19th centuries the most important German thinkers
    • understanding how these results of the German life of thought
    • are rooted in the general German cultural life a hundred years
    • concerned with that deepening of the German life of thought
    • generally thought achieved in Germany. Then one would also
    • go through today this school of the German thought of the turn
    • present human beings. Indeed, it is not accessible to anybody,
    • great German thinkers really if the university circles, the
    • connection with the great German thinker Johann Gottlieb Fichte
    • is true, as deplorable as it may appear, the German spiritual
    • else than an emancipation of the personality, the relief of the
    • After we have heard many merely popular talks, we want to hear
    • took place in the German life of thought, actually, at that
    • can only be sketchy what I have to say. At first this German
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVII: Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods
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    • German educated people discovered the legend of prehistoric
    • Germans told themselves about the daybreak of their existence
    • German people like Goethe, ascribed the greatest importance to
    • that that which was got out from manuscripts of the 12th, 13th
    • older figures of the German legend of prehistoric time. They
    • pronounce them the deepest basis of human destiny, they should
    • superhuman figures of prehistoric time.
    • knew well that the secrets of the human heart, of the human
    • reflection of that which goes forward inside of the human soul.
    • The everyday life already shows us how every human being is,
    • — to consider the human beings as such riddles, never to
    • lasting effect in us that a human being has stimulated in us,
    • then, indeed, his figure grows into the superhuman. We can show
    • inner human characteristic consists of that.
    • Wagner was clear in his mind that humanity can once express the
    • symbolic suggestions of great inner human truth in the myth. It
    • Siegfried figure is known from the German version of The
    • treasure of the Nibelungs, of the gold to which many things are
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVIII: Parzival and Lohengrin
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    • that which Tacitus reports when he says that the Germans still
    • equality of all human beings. One felt Christianity that way at
    • highest that the human being can imagine as the jewel, as the
    • love. Now both should no longer be valid, but simply the human
    • The human being without title, without name was the Christian
    • which gave distinction and weight to the human beings at that
    • the German and Anglo-Saxon tribes took an area in possession
    • think seriously of development, that humanity develops, that
    • humanity ascends higher and higher, that every single human
    • ground behind the world manifests to him.
    • we speak of the possibility of development of humanity, it is
    • individualities in humanity already today who have run ahead of
    • the remaining humanity and have walked the paths of knowledge
    • be leaders of modern humanity. Today where one levels
    • wants to bring again to humanity. If it finds its way, one
    • castle? A spark of the divine lives in every human being, as
    • human being is a fourfold being. There is at first the external
    • physical human being who lives here in this world who strives
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  • Title: Lecture: Easter
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    • says: When I observe the inconsequence of human passions,
    • festivals rests upon the endeavour of humanity since the
    • human desires, impulses and actions to the great
    • mankind.
    • the Brahman is divided into three aspects — Brahma,
    • Vishnu and Shiva. Brahman is rightly called the Great
    • intervening time in a most significant manner: they abstain
    • them in connection with human evolution through the Bull,
    • festival of the greatest mystery humanity — not merely
    • must look into the mysteries of human nature very deeply if
    • Man appears
    • in the environment of man; they all appear as a delicate
    • extract in human nature. Paracelsus significantly describes
    • man as a confluence of all outside nature which is like
    • letters of which man forms the word.
    • all these are compounded together in man: in wisdom they are
    • structure of the human brain with its countless number of
    • of man may be expressed — everything that, in one way
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIX: The Easter Festival
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    • the human passions, sensations, and actions, I feel attracted
    • consequence and logic. — What humanity expressed in the
    • look up from the chaotic life of the human passions, desires,
    • the human being. We look at the ancient Egypt with her cult of
    • India, there is a spring festival of Vishnu. Brahmanism divides
    • the divine in three aspects, in Brahman, Vishnu, and Shiva. One
    • rightly calls Brahman the great master builder of the world,
    • in connection with the human development, by the bull because
    • meaning always as the festival of the biggest human mystery,
    • the secrets of human nature if we want to understand which
    • human being appears to us as a double being, connecting a
    • are in the surroundings of the human being: they all appear as
    • a fine essence in the human nature in which they have flowed
    • together. Paracelsus shows the human being significantly as a
    • Nature appears to us like letters, and the human being forms
    • and sorrow are joined in the human being; they have coalesced
    • we look at the wonderful construction of the human brain with
    • human being are, what permeates his soul anyhow, we recognise
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XX: Inner Development
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    • know as astral world and devachan. The human being lives in
    • the human being so much that one can talk about these worlds
    • question that we must put to ourselves is, how does the human
    • which end does the human being need, actually, the knowledge of
    • fellow man a treat, to what end does he need to look for higher
    • human being meets in the higher worlds are not only efficient
    • death. With the birth of the human being, a whole sum of
    • judgement can say that the human being should begin with his
    • one speaks of the fact that the usual human being lacks the
    • not observe intensely enough how clumsily the human being
    • say, I believe in the significance of the human organs;
    • sensations of the one human being, and to the feelings and
    • Everybody admits that a hammer, which the human being uses for
    • any reasonable performance, must have come about by a
    • human brain or heart can never believe that all these things
    • makes this difference clear to us at once. Because every human
    • consideration. Every human being, every individuality prepares
    • this body has to fit the special predisposition of every human
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XXI: Paracelsus
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    • physician, occultist) that he can give the human beings very
    • view of a man like Paracelsus that it cannot do justice to him
    • the nobility in the worth and the social position of the human
    • time of the bourgeoisie, the performance of the single was
    • to fight for himself much more. We could quote many of such
    • earth and in particular in the construction of the human being
    • the human being in connection with the doctrine of all living
    • and physical health of the human being. This gives his work,
    • differentiated four humours in the human being: black bile,
    • be components of the human nature. Of course, the modern
    • of the human nature as usual physical humours and. The
    • the human body builds itself up from the physical,
    • builder of the human body. We have spoken about the etheric
    • all its manifold materials, substances and humours. This
    • way in which the old doctors approached the ill human beings in
    • medicine in himself. However, the Roman doctor Galenus worked
    • the human beings from the knowledge of the big nature.
    • after five years, how so and so many people are examined, but
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XXII: Jacob Boehme
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    • which appears like a completion of many centuries. He stands
    • Germany which tried to make Jacob Boehme's views popular. There
    • particular that German spiritual life, which especially
    • contrasts than Jacob Boehme and Immanuel Kant. Whatever the
    • spirit of this strange man. All who try to approach Jacob
    • spiritualisation of the human being was always symbolised by
    • This simple man, who probably only read Paracelsus if any, had
    • human being is not bound to space and time that there is an
    • expansion of consciousness of this soul by which the human
    • human soul, so that one needs only to remove the narrow borders
    • that goes back to the beginning of the creation of the human
    • God and the human being is, and what God deals with the human
    • the divine soul in the usual human soul. This experience that
    • founded his enthusiasm. Thus, we see him grasping the human
    • nature, the historical evolution of the whole humanity in a
    • first, but circulated only as a manuscript among his friends.
    • because one understood nothing of that which lived in this man,
    • translated, before they were printed in Germany, into English,
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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • This lecture, translated from the German by an unknown translator,
    • of Rudolf Steiner's works, the volume containing the German text is
    • today which looks to the very greatest enigmas of human existence. In
    • many circles which occupy themselves with Spiritual Science, or in
    • could it be that questions which come so close to the human soul
    • from a world-view which looks to the great problems of human
    • itself in bare abstractions, but must have something to say to human
    • time from someone not engaged in practical things. The Englishman,
    • not be large enough to cope with the postal demands!
    • also today as a vehicle which carries the answers to many questions
    • a truly significant man, who twenty five years ago, pitted himself
    • view of the human being, are supposed to know something. A short
    • while ago a booklet came out in Germany: ‘Uber den
    • man
    • this, furthermore, in such a grotesque and radical manner, that one
    • This is no fable! This man asserted that the greatness of the spirit
    • side, and many other aspects as well. But it is precisely the
    • opinions of a man's world — admission to most male professions,
    • the matter in a completely different way than many, twenty to thirty
    • today, very many women graduates stand in the world, in no way less
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture V: The Question of Women's Rights
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    • science commonly looks for the deepest riddles of the human
    • existence and the world. One takes the view in many circles,
    • the questions, which come as near to the human soul as the
    • something to say to the present human beings.
    • Englishman Hill (Rowland H., 1795-1879) was no postal
    • for the practise of many questions and of ours. Hence, somebody
    • significant man, the anatomist Albert (Eduard A., 1841-1900,
    • human being because of their scientific views. Still recently,
    • the witty pamphlet has appeared here in Germany, On the
    • Physiological Mental Deficiency of the Woman. This pamphlet
    • is due to a man who is, however, by no means a quite
    • wanted to deduce the minor talent of the woman from the lower
    • man stated that the size of the mind depends on the size of the
    • this about the physiological mental deficiency of the woman,
    • Today many women with completed professional training know what
    • just shows us that we have to look deeper into the human being,
    • into the being of the woman if we want to understand the whole
    • the importance of this question. Even if the woman has ground
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture IV: Spiritual Science and the Social Question
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    • still convinced thoroughly enough that every thinking human
    • find a way out from the situation in which many human beings
    • as long as humanity lives and strives. Hence, it is not
    • There were always rich and poor human beings, those who were
    • is really something new in the human life, that it is something
    • infinitely important progress of the human civilisation. We see
    • question from this human class actually created due to the
    • the modern proletarian demands more and more that not this or
    • demand of the day, such a question of life from the point of
    • of the human being himself. Indeed, one also hears that this
    • spiritual research speaks of many facts, for example, of the
    • in the wake of that the human being must work, now and again
    • for working hours, which certainly exceed all that is humanly
    • way in some cases! One asked the gentleman whether he did not
    • more than even the fact in which humanity has been brought by
    • — that now and again human beings of the tenderest age
    • and ideals to make them human beings are of no avail because
    • — with those forces which are sufficient to a humane
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • and the tasks facing modern humans. The discourses will
    • that points to significant aspects of humanity's evolution,
    • lectures will deal with subjects such as, “Man's
    • of such research of the supersensible for humanity now and in
    • reputation. Many people regard Theosophy as something
    • modern human beings, standing within the European-American
    • a bygone age; they must have their roots where the human soul
    • fallow, they become burning questions weighing on the human
    • the present time, will truly further mankind's progress in
    • recent times. Modern human beings feel that to hate and
    • and it helped to develop love and humanness. However, what is
    • The various epochs of world evolution provide human beings
    • hopes in human hearts, will prove too feeble and ineffective
    • complete understanding is necessary. Human beings must be
    • Such an attitude is positive and humane, and brings people
    • has a greater ennobling effect on the human soul because it
    • knowledge. She recognized that modern human beings are always
    • human being asks these questions. The task of religion has
    • encompass immortality. If we understand the human soul, then
    • obvious as time goes on. Religion does of course answer many
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  • Title: Lecture: Occult Significance of Blood
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    • shown how Faust, the representative of the highest human effort,
    • sustains and preserves life, the devil, who is the enemy of the human
    • the blood flowing from the cut forms the words: “Oh man,
    • his demanding that the signature be written in blood. I should like to
    • that he who gains power over a man's blood gains power over the man,
    • comes to a struggle concerning the man between good and evil.
    • of various nations, and which touch upon human life, will in our day
    • and interpretation of human nature. The age is past in which legends,
    • unsophisticated man was able to present the riddles of the universe to
    • which man understood the true and wide significance of blood, this
    • human beings.
    • itself, its import for man and the part it plays in the progress of
    • human civilization, will today occupy our attention.
    • You will find that there are many dilettante interpretations of this
    • which man has primary access by means of his five senses does not
    • when you gaze upon a human countenance, you must not stop at the form
    • below” would, when referring to man, be thus explained:
    • constitutes wisdom? Spiritual science has always maintained that human
    • experience. He who is actually in the throes of suffering manifests in
    • student of nature and of the human soul. The author endeavors to show
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832) was a German poet,
    • point out that as blood invigorates and sustains human life,
    • the devil, being an enemy of the human race, must of
    • from the wound, forms the words: “Oh man,
    • enemy of blood and for that reason demands the signature
    • one naturally wonders how it was possible for primitive man,
    • significance of blood, this special fluid that in human
    • at the significance of blood in human evolution and its role
    • senses, far from being complete in itself, is a manifestation
    • spirit world behind it, just as when looking at a human face
    • axiom, As above, so below, when applied to a human being,
    • Spiritual science has often pointed to the fact that human
    • human beings are facing today are momentous and
    • Demands causing anxiety are continually made, whether in the
    • guise of the woman question, the labor question or the peace
    • general. In humans, and also in the higher animals, blood is
    • the body. Humans and the higher animals must of necessity
    • the lower organism. blood is for the human being as a
    • Ernst Haeckel (1834–1919) was a German biologist who
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  • Title: The Origin of Suffering
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    • The highest elements in the consciousness of humanity are linked to
    • and death, and the highest a human being can attain: the fruit of pain
    • When man looks at the
    • illness and death, seems to man sometimes to grip so deeply into life
    • of suffering has occupied the human race since earliest times, and
    • asks: What is the best for man? The best for man is not to be born,
    • art, suffering and man's sadness over suffering and all connected
    • together, one of which no doubt a great part of mankind would like to
    • deeply entwined — at least the life of modern man and of the
    • ennobling of man. Suffering appears to us then as a testing, as the
    • more perfect phase of human life. All of that lies somewhat remote
    • suffering very often appeared together and how mankind has always
    • that from the sight of suffering man was exalted and built up, that
    • death. Through nothing in art can this highest victory of man, this
    • look up to what is still felt by a great part of modern humanity as
    • hopes of victory which has ever taken root in the heart of man has
    • significant feelings, cutting deep into the human heart, of the
    • Christian world-conception, these feelings which for so many are the
    • humanity is linked to suffering. And when we see how these things,
    • form the elemental part of the whole of human nature and
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    • “The best for man is not to be born, and if born the
    • Friedrich Nietzche(1844–1900) was a German philosopher,
    • brought together, one of which the greater part of humanity
    • human beings and the higher creatures are concerned — a
    • perfect phase in human life. This viewpoint is rather remote
    • higher development go together. Furthermore, humanity has
    • portrays more sublimely than the tragedy the greatest human
    • large part of humanity as the greatest in history. The event
    • magnitude, the profoundest hope takes root in human hearts.
    • strength. This indicates a consolatory feeling in the human
    • human life more carefully, we find phenomena that indicate
    • one of whom sees an event or a human being as tragic, the
    • deeper aspects of human nature, it is to be hoped that an
    • we must think of the human being as consisting not only of a
    • human being we see emerging within his physical, ether and
    • spiritual science know that the “I” of a human
    • or Manas; Life Spirit or Buddhi; and Spirit Man or Atma, an
    • spiritual investigator sees the human being as a fourfold
    • that, as a human being comes before us in the physical world,
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  • Title: The Origin of Evil
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    • The highest elements in the consciousness of humanity are linked to
    • and death, and the highest a human being can attain: the fruit of pain
    • evil. Evil is confined to the human kingdom. Modern science tries to
    • grasp the human being out of the animal and eliminates all
    • differences between man and beast. It must therefore also deny evil.
    • In order to find evil one must enter fully into human qualities and
    • acknowledge that man lays claim to a kingdom of his own. We will now
    • human wisdom which penetrates to the actual nature of things lying
    • connected with actual human nature? It has often been sought to
    • Myth of Ormuzd and Ahriman. Occult science is the first to show how
    • evil is to be understood out of the depths of human nature and the
    • From the development of man in the future we see how men have grown
    • how man can bring himself to such a stage of evolution. Definite
    • exercises were prescribed there which develop man in quite a natural
    • give man another kind of sight which cannot be attained with the
    • away from the grasp of the senses. Through inner soul-work man
    • operation on a man born blind. There is a kind of operation which
    • opens man's spiritual eyes and ears. It will be attained in the
    • development of the whole human race in the course of a long period of
    • the sense-world. Greek philosophy beautifully compared the human soul
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    • animals. Evil is confined to the human kingdom. But modern
    • natural science tries to derive knowledge of human beings
    • human characteristics in order to discover the origin of
    • evil. One must above all recognize that humanity constitutes
    • primordial human wisdom that penetrates beneath the surface
    • connection between human beings' essential nature and evil?
    • legend of Ormuzd and Ahriman emphasizes this view more
    • human beings, and indeed into that of the whole cosmos. To
    • comprehension of evil. We must look at how human beings
    • The whole of humanity will reach this stage, but only after
    • Greek philosophers have compared the human soul to the bee
    • offers honey to the human soul, to carry it up to higher
    • worlds. The task of the human soul is to spiritualize sense
    • planetary existence will arise, and humanity will be gods on
    • that planet. The human bodily nature, forsaken by the spirit,
    • will constitute a lower kingdom. Human nature is already
    • through earlier ones. Human beings will be gods on the next
    • planet, just as the beings that now lead us were human beings
    • creators and leaders of human evolution, were once at the
    • human beings will have advanced to be leaders and guides.
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture V: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • everyone. Knowledge of human nature and problems of education
    • of human beings. That aspect of their being that is grasped
    • evolved out of the ether body. Human being's have this member
    • slumber in every human being, there is nothing fantastic
    • the physical and ether bodies and surrounds humans like a
    • with the whole earth; in like manner is the astral body
    • to say “I,” makes the human being the crown of
    • individual human soul. That is why in Hebrew esoteric schools
    • The human
    • animal kingdom. The “I” humans have in common
    • man's nature.”
    • a person, we must always consider each human being
    • already in the embryo. However, humans are not isolated
    • is a violation of laws according to which human beings
    • The human ether
    • encompasses a great many things. It is a time when all the
    • remarked that human beings
    • nothing is achieved by admonition; commands and prohibitions
    • the nature of human beings and confirmed by the results of
    • what a lively and interested manner such a child plays,
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  • Title: Illness and Death
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    • The highest elements in the consciousness of humanity are linked to
    • and death, and the highest a human being can attain: the fruit of pain
    • our subject is one that undoubtedly concerns all human beings, for
    • in previous lectures, for many centuries these words were in a way a
    • and having to do only with human conduct — could be the cause
    • positive, objective impulses — and the fact that the human
    • the whole kingdom of living beings right up to man is moving towards
    • Eduard von Hartmann. Von Hartmann in his last book has dealt with the
    • we find that, after one or two new generations, a man no longer
    • definite manner about every subject. The modern scientist would not
    • has to be made between animal and man; and that if the question in
    • these phenomena in human beings. Since living beings have not only
    • understand death and illness in human beings we must above all
    • consider how complicated human nature is in the sense of spiritual
    • the human ego, the central point of man's being. We must then be
    • man possesses in common with the whole plant-kingdom. The astral body
    • which man has in common with the animals is the bearer of the whole
    • and pain. It is only man who has the ego and this makes him the crown
    • In contemplating man as
    • works only in part in physical man, in another part is active
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    • sphere of morality and is connected with human behavior, can
    • human beings, strives towards a specific target, a summit for
    • book Eduard von Hartmann concerns himself with the riddle of
    • evolved being, man, we find that after one or two generations
    • easy manner; it cannot treat every subject alike. Today's
    • humans and animals. In fact, if today's lecture is to be
    • humans. Few of the things said today will apply to either the
    • characteristic. In the main we shall speak only of human
    • understanding of illness and death in relation to human
    • “I” makes human beings the crown of creation, for
    • the physical human being proper consists of bones and
    • In contemplating the human organism from the
    • work together within human beings right down into the
    • understand their significance when we investigate how human
    • human embryo being enveloped by the maternal body up to the
    • begins to influence the human organism. Then at the age of
    • physically at birth. The human being is truly born a second
    • human ether body. At about the seventh year they are pushed
    • Those with deeper insight into human development recognize
    • of seven the human being displays a number of inherited
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    • education on the basis of human nature and a person's
    • development is reached does the human being begin a life that
    • repeats earlier human evolutionary epochs.
    • describes the stages through which a human being evolves from
    • up to the twelfth year, corresponds to the time of the Roman
    • human reaches the present.
    • include the whole of a human being's evolutionary descent. A
    • were far below what human beings are today. Yet in no way did
    • science points back to a time when human beings inhabited
    • compared with modern human beings the Atlantean's soul and
    • reasoning did not exist. But they beheld many aspects of the
    • The human being
    • the Romans with Mercury.
    • great teachers was self-evident to the human soul. It is bad;
    • how the human being ought to develop, but with the reality of
    • makes different demands, it is useless to lay down general
    • principles, but for what he or she is as a human being.
    • human being will no longer be able to receive later in life
    • make paintings of them; then happy human beings for whom life
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • descriptions are thought of as the reality. Megalomania,
    • persecution-mania, religious-mania are spoken of, but these
    • of German lyric poets. His images were usually derived from
    • illness is deeply rooted in human nature where it must be
    • ideas in this realm. Many illnesses that in fact belong in
    • itself in human nature? To answer this question we must turn
    • physical body, and in the hours that follow, while the human
    • When the incarnation that will follow draws near, the human
    • continue its purification. The more often a human being
    • in human beings the following physical components that
    • crystal could also build the human body, though it would be
    • blood circulation. The individuality of a human being must
    • human being can become what is called “demented”
    • remind ourselves that human beings go through a threefold
    • as human rabble is our concern, and as human beings are
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IX: Wisdom and Health
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    • fostered in circles where it was recognized that human beings
    • healthy spirit that united itself with mankind's soul to
    • human soul away from narrow attitudes and egoistical aims; it
    • to lead human beings away from the personal; people demand
    • science must become a personal quest. The striving human
    • the expression of the soul and spirit in human beings, when
    • the spirit. Spiritual knowledge must penetrate a human's
    • phenomenon. Actually, the fact that it was seen by many
    • many people is a sure proof that it was not a spiritual
    • manifestation. And indeed an explanation was soon
    • spiritual manifestations are to be found in the objects and
    • believes we must just wait for some nebulous manifestation of
    • required of human beings. The soul must become active, as the
    • acting from outside has become individualized in humans.
    • Every human being has his own
    • human beings pay is loss of certainty. Uncertainty is
    • characteristic of human knowledge and scientific pursuit.
    • Human beings are obliged to grope their way; they must
    • recast within human beings, must become color-filled,
    • the human soul and changes it; in that instant the human
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    • has resounded to mankind down the ages like a summons to
    • ourselves that at death the human being leaves behind only
    • sleep is that the human being asleep possesses a physical and
    • before the human soul with lightning speed a mighty memory
    • body its human form.
    • that human beings undergo after death.
    • The human being
    • former lives. He has as it were added many pages to the
    • when it is essential that the evolving human being can look
    • principle of education demands that the educator should now,
    • part of the ether body. If the human being is to develop a
    • human being attain a personal relationship to the world;
    • relationships are more universally human, whereas now
    • essential to human beings. A person's development will take
    • thirty-fifth year a human being reaches the middle of life.
    • results in a certain firmness. What a human being absorbs in
    • human then ceases to grow; a person solidifies, fat begins to
    • Human beings
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    • centuries of German culture. Some say that it is impossible
    • for the inner moral purification of the human soul. The
    • transformations represented symbolically how inner human
    • possible to transform base vices into the gold of human
    • the obvious fact that a human being should be moral and
    • who in his later years was an ordinary normal clergyman, was
    • by many others proffering all kinds of information about
    • faculties slumbering in every human soul are awakened. These
    • the human being; he is the instrument, the tool through which
    • and what she won't reveal to human mind or sight
    • The human spirit is certainly capable of penetrating nature's
    • people. However, to the extent that modern humanity is able,
    • scientific movement is a path that guides human beings to the
    • human beings ever lived or live, once they reach the highest
    • overlooked, that is, the immense differences in human nature.
    • human nature was different from what it was to become a few
    • seen, initiation is based upon awakening in human beings
    • method was the so-called Christian-Gnostic path. The human
    • millennia the great masters of wisdom who guide mankind's
    • Christian path, but it enables the striving human being to
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    • unjustified. The reality is that in the human soul, precisely
    • many deluding images that come to block his path and slow his
    • Unlike many
    • what he, Richard Wagner, offered to mankind should have
    • mission in mankind's evolution. He felt that he was one of
    • same Truth about mankind's origin and evolution as that
    • Egypt, India or Persia, or to our own Germanic origin,
    • performances. We can conjure up before our mind's eye the
    • these things. The performances were dramatic musical
    • the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms, and that of humans.
    • kind of resurrection within the human soul.
    • that the divine element attains consciousness in the human
    • soul, and, as it were, looks out through human eyes observing
    • all beings, and resurrect within human beings. Filled with
    • in the following significant words: “When man's whole
    • were to a far distant past when human beings were not so
    • had existed. And the thought came to him that man, in order
    • itself. Only in this way could man become a free being, but
    • that human beings could become more and more conscious. He
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    • name Nathan; going further they find many more names that
    • lives in the deepest recess of the human soul godlike. Human
    • them and human beings are themselves spiritual. Furthermore,
    • expressed by saying: Do not ever stand still. Human beings
    • only have human beings developed to their present stage from
    • rather with the fact that the human soul can climb upwards
    • from stage to stage. In striving for perfection, a human
    • achieving something we could not manage before. If we remain
    • development of the human soul and spirit is of universal
    • the noble human form, it does not justify the assumption that
    • developed human being and the highest developed ape, than
    • observation, however, led natural science to regard human
    • spiritual development say: Granted that man, in regard to his
    • true that a human being who has reached a certain stage in spiritual
    • development is further from the lowest developed human being,
    • animal form and continues up to that of man. Spiritual
    • perfect structure of the human organism. A person's physical
    • the highly advanced human being, the initiate, and the person
    • inherent in every human soul. The difference between the
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture I: The Mission of Occult Science in Our Time
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    • the big progress in the field of knowledge. How many people say
    • to you, only such human beings use the term “occult
    • tempting for many people. The opponents reproach the occultist
    • this strange instinct in the human nature, on the pursuit of
    • are many people in our chaotic time who are only driven by this
    • dark instinct of the human nature to occult science. If then
    • is that the human being is able to grasp and behold this
    • world; these are yesteryear's prejudices — thank God! Many
    • things belongs to a childish, naive age of the human
    • time has taught the human beings that the research using the
    • say and many of our contemporaries are such — if we can
    • something supersensible behind our sensory world; but the human
    • the supersensible. The human being cannot look behind the
    • cognitive faculties of the human being. You have shown that he
    • himself can understand but also the human beings generally what
    • how absurd is this view if the human being considers it in
    • time occur for the single human being when he can decide where
    • belief that the human being lives in this instinct.
    • say. It agrees with them. It says only, the human being still
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture II: Natural Science Facing a Crucial Decision
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    • two pillars: first, on the fact that the human being realises
    • events and beings exists; secondly, that the human being can
    • that it is accessible to the human being.
    • speculative fiction. You get this information from many sides
    • principles it completely complies with scientific demands. It
    • look back at the German cultural life for a short time. It
    • natural sciences have become for many people something that
    • humanity, nevertheless, you realise something peculiar
    • with an impartial look at the development of the human soul.
    • that I only assert now. Indeed, many times
    • daydreamer, or at least an ignorant man who cannot share the
    • with the big progress of humanity. We realise that in the newer
    • time the human beings have investigated the external physical
    • Schleiden (Matthias Jacob Sch., 1804–1881, German botanist)
    • It became obvious that many former conjectures had to disappear
    • beings. One saw now how they co-operated and yielded the human
    • Kirchhoff (Gustav Robert K., 1824–1887, German physicist) and
    • Bunsen (Robert Wilhelm B., 1811–1899, German chemist) announced
    • In particular in Germany,
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    • “spirit” considering the human being.
    • and mind with the human being. One summarises the human inner
    • materialistic way of thinking — the human being consists of
    • soul is a real being. If one says that the human being consists
    • human being. Only later decisions of Councils have abolished,
    • applies to many concepts generally which play a role in our
    • thinker who performed many quite extraordinary things in some
    • (1828–1875, German philosopher). You can buy cheap his
    • is to be compared to a man who draws himself upwards with his
    • 1832–1920, German physiologist, psychologist, philosopher) or
    • another about those questions in which the human beings are
    • way in which the human being perceives objects in his
    • how long does it last, until the human being becomes aware of
    • attention, questions in which way the human being judges in
    • in vain, which are vital matters for the human being in the
    • modern psychology even as questions. Everything in the human
    • considered, one says, this goes beyond the limits of human
    • psychologist; for the human being notices only so much of the
    • true being of the lowest member of the human being, the
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture IV: Initiation
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    • course: how does the human being come to the knowledge of these
    • human being these supersensible worlds can become accessible
    • measure of any human knowledge postulates a kind of knowledge
    • that the human being has abilities and cognitive forces that
    • human ability of development with it, denies from the start
    • that the human being can ascend to higher and higher stages.
    • However, it is the basic conviction of any human being who
    • German education, it is easy to acknowledge this
    • there to the inner human force that strives on and on and
    • That man is delivered who masters himself.
    • thinking to search this force of the human being that can be
    • level of knowledge most intimately. There we find many tips,
    • what I have said in the sense of spiritual science: the human
    • in the human being which — if they are developed — just open a
    • sighted man goes among blind people and tells them about light
    • development of forces slumbering in the human being to perceive
    • and forces slumbering in all human beings can be woken up to
    • which the human being can see the sun. He could also have said,
    • can develop in the human being. Only if we can open the soul
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    • the course of his life man finds himself set between two
    • Opposed to this stands man's own power within his inner being.
    • one that man must find a necessary balance between the forces
    • inner life. When in his everyday life the human being has taken
    • That man is free who overcomes himself.
    • being of man that moves forward stormily, to this potentiality
    • gentlemen,, who soon began conversing. The gentleman behaved in
    • burst into tears. Because of the lady's crying the gentleman
    • “I suffer from many illnesses and journey from sanitarium
    • about illness. Many people in my homeland thank me for their
    • gentleman told of one of his numerous illnesses, whereupon the
    • that the man wrote down. After a few minutes the second illness
    • thirteen prescriptions. The gentleman had but one sorrow.
    • Strangely enough, it never occurred to the gentleman that the
    • gentleman recommended a book by Lahmann to her. Thereupon she
    • Lahmann's address. Meanwhile they had arrived in Berlin. Each
    • right about the lady. As for the man, he only lacked the will
    • prominent physician has recorded many different cases of people
    • had been treated by many doctors who always came to the
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  • Title: Illusory Illness: Lecture II: Feverish Pursuit of Health
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    • published in German as,
    • Health is something for which every man naturally longs. We may
    • is possible today for many people to make their own
    • much difficulty that he managed to get four weeks' vacation,
    • many people today run to mesmerizers and spiritual healers? How
    • many writings there are on “Harmony With the
    • “There are many illnesses, but only one state of
    • health.” This is foolish. There are as many states of
    • health as there are human beings. For each human being his
    • human being are nonsense. The very part of humanity that is
    • human being, who is the most complicated being on the earth. We
    • deeply into human nature and recognize how changeable what we
    • forgets that the human being is in the throes of
    • What is meant by, “The human being is undergoing
    • of man. The physical body is only a part of the human entity.
    • central point of the human being.
    • us consider an uneducated savage, an average man, or a highly
    • The average man refines his urges. He denies himself the
    • self or manas. Through impressions from art or great
    • impressions from founders of religion man works on his ether
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture VI: The So-Called Dangers of Initiation
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    • science that it is dreamy and fantastic, but also many people
    • that lead the human being into the invisible and indiscernible
    • occult science or this theosophy makes the human beings
    • the human being impractical, allures him from the immediate
    • against occult science and its working that it makes the human
    • many people have.
    • many cases it is not in such a way that those who approach
    • what they demand. Not because they are expelled from the
    • calls “life” in many circles. If one calls this
    • themselves up to the real life. The human beings would have to
    • The German philosopher
    • the improvement of humanity. Hence, God may give them rain and
    • clever board of practitioners in a southern German country.
    • When one wanted to build the first railway in Germany, one
    • exists —, one should build no railway, because the human beings
    • not long ago! It is not still long ago that a man who was no
    • However, many concerns do
    • on the different human beings. It works in the way as it can
    • influence and impress human beings. Now theosophy is something
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture VII: Man, Woman and Child
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    • Man,
    • Woman and Child
    • scientific curiosity. It shall give the human being an impulse
    • What spiritual science offers shall enable us to act and manage
    • living riddle. Prejudices in many fields of life can still be
    • of man, woman and child the entire humanity appears. In the
    • child many things are inheridited from man and woman. Hence,
    • present human being automatically what observation and
    • instills healthy respect of the becoming human being. It is a
    • huge difference between the lower animals and the human being.
    • The basic difference between the human being and other
    • with the human being. The portrayal of a lion is the portrayal
    • individuality prevails with the human being. That is why a
    • biography of any human being is possible, even of the simplest.
    • In this fact many things are concealed, above all, that the
    • human being is a species, a genus in himself.
    • In the human being, something lives that
    • understand the human individual from the ancestors. Perhaps,
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture VIII: The Soul of the Animal in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • feeling, nevertheless, the human being soon feels if he
    • life of the animals. If the human being lets the eyes wander
    • animal life in its entirety. However, as many other things of
    • human knowledge, the human views of the animals were also
    • dependent on the human feelings in a certain epoch and under
    • immediate surroundings that the human beings are different from
    • near as possible to the human beings. On the other side, we
    • even of the highest animals to the human beings. We also
    • dear friend behaving to it almost as a human being, giving it
    • human beings having a quite special reluctance against the one
    • resemblance of the higher animals and their performances to the
    • human being. Thus, we see apes doing things that remind of the
    • mental and spiritual qualities of the human being. However,
    • the human beings, because he sees desires and instincts arising
    • in a raw, unimproved form, which are weakened in the human
    • everything that the human soul can express, for example,
    • perfect human quality has gradually developed from qualities of
    • enough between the human being and the animal. We find, for
    • everything that makes the human being a human being: reason,
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XI: Occupation and Earnings
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    • Many people who have heard something
    • viewpoint about the manifold practical topics — one even
    • attempts to speak about occupation and earnings. For many of
    • with many theosophical phenomena that it is often true that
    • of their hearts to spiritual science. Among them many a man
    • of the everyday life appear which the human beings concern who
    • humanity. This abstract general brotherhood of humanity is a
    • matter of course for any good and striving human being.
    • to preach this general brotherly love comprising humanity, but
    • human brotherhood possible and can also be realised.
    • Admittedly, many people also say this way; but they lack the
    • human existence and compare the everyday life of our present to
    • the opinion of many people — that certain forms of life have
    • contentment on the other side, and no human spiritual movement
    • that — as so many people say — an “idealistic”
    • in order to penetrate this field of our manifold and variform
    • mature thinking has to say to himself that a certain human
    • being in the newest time, and just in this human class,
    • means that humanity advances on one side and cannot pursue its
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  • Title: Lecture: Man and Woman in Light of Spiritual Science
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    • sense-perceptible definitions of man and woman to the levels of
    • of masculine and feminine elements within the whole human being.
    • A public lecture delivered in Munich, Germany,
    • on March 18th, 1908. Authorized translation from the German
    • Published in German as:
    • sense-perceptible definitions of man and woman to the levels of
    • of masculine and feminine elements within the whole human being.
    • A public lecture delivered in Munich, Germany, on March 18th, 1908.
    • Authorized translation from the German of notes unrevised by the
    • Published in German as:
    • Man and Woman
    • Bernard Jarman and is published in agreement with the Rudolf Steiner
    • science does not exist in order that human
    • energy and open mindedness to humanity so that people can meet what
    • daily life and our times demand. Hence it follows that spiritual
    • existence, of the nature of human existence and the meaning of the
    • expectation arises very easily with the questions of man and woman,
    • or man, woman and child. Yet precisely because the spiritual
    • be remembered when considering the relationship of man and woman from
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XII: Sun, Moon and Stars
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    • Tips to the close coherence of the human
    • to ascertain many facts and some mistakes will have to be
    • mysterious interaction. Many such events relate to the activity
    • however, it leads still back to the old wisdom of humanity. It
    • the human being regards the stars and the earth as wholly
    • signify anything for the human destinies. At that time, one
    • felt just different if one compared the human being with the
    • Whereas today the human
    • that time, the human beings raised their eyes to absorb the
    • Kirchhoff (Gustav Robert K., 1824–1887, German physicist) and
    • Bunsen (Robert B., 1811–1899, German chemist), the spectral
    • the logical thinking demands to think all things to an end.
    • has come where humanity must be pointed to the fact that the
    • entire earth organism, as the hair is a part of the human
    • organism. The earth becomes a living entity, a manifestation of
    • the living, of the spiritual, as the human being is the
    • it. This is, in contrast to the human soul that is an
    • If one looks at the human
    • significant. As an embryo, the human being is subject to the
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XIII: Outset and End of the Earth
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    • The human being is distinguished from the
    • his future out of ideas or ideals independently. The human
    • the human being to his Jena students, he coined the nice words
    • becoming of our earth, then the present human being thinks of
    • manufactured and that stayed behind as remains. Then, however,
    • thankfully as a great achievement for humanity what the
    • evolution fish appear. Many of them have quite different forms
    • human being appeared, when he appears for the first time on our
    • facts. They demand from the spiritual scientist that he should
    • demand only that one concedes to them what they themselves say,
    • but they also demand that one subjects to the dogma that one
    • human development, also not in the times when the outer
    • man did completely forget that he himself turned the crank! He
    • that which happens internal-spiritually and what the human
    • then we have to imagine the true nature of the human being
    • viewpoint at this true nature of the human being to whom the
    • human being disintegrates, as I have often stressed, in a
    • that the true reason of those varying states, which the human
    • and sleeping, that a part of the human members separates from
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XIV: The Hell
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    • We have to go far back in the human
    • the human being if he approaches the world riddles in a deeper
    • The human thinking will
    • human being repeatedly faces the intimate relationship between
    • If man tames and watches it,
    • appear where they have that superstitious meaning which many
    • followers of these ideas add to them, but also not less many of
    • and of the bad forces, of Ahriman, are sharply contrasted to
    • ourselves in which human imagination dresses our problem. From
    • that was foreign to the sun according to the Germanic idea in
    • forces serving now humanity were derived. There have first
    • of the human being to the higher spiritual worlds! Again, a
    • living in the human soul when Goethe wrote his
    • You can find many important remarks in Goethe's
    • human thinking, dressed in a poetic garment. Indeed, those who
    • realise that either the peoples or some human beings invented
    • human beings.
    • Man, Woman and Child.
    • the big development of the human being on earth and impart
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  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XV: The Heaven
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    • currents but also are regarded as such by many people. The goal
    • and contents of the deepest longing is enclosed for many human
    • of many souls. It is something that gives them comfort in the
    • most difficult problems of life, while many people understand
    • Many of you know a man
    • enlightenment, a man whose works made a great stir within the
    • German cultural life just in the last time. Of course, it is
    • that this man has rendered to his narrower field of natural
    • the natural sciences have brought big progress to the human
    • how the single parts of the brain co-operate when the human
    • Everything that humanity has dreamt of a heaven or hell
    • results. — Then he boldly concludes as many people echo today:
    • immortal essence in the human being that outlives the decay,
    • tremendous to know that the human being, before he has come to
    • which the human being has created is connected with his
    • kinds outranking the human being are, a world in which angelic
    • unworthy of a scientifically thinking human being to adhere to
    • progressive movement saying many years ago. This person said
    • almost the following. The human being speaks of any
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    • hope, is the aim of all human beings, of the primitive ones as
    • the most bewildering at the same time, because the human being
    • questions are relevant from the start to the human beings. If
    • the human being looks only a little deeper into his soul, he
    • questions belonging here touch the human being in such a way
    • characteristic of the human development has brought with it
    • human being is right if he turns to the fundamental principles
    • time (1908) by a person (Hermann Ebbinghaus, 1850–1909,
    • researcher looks for the spirit not only in the human being,
    • universe. No human being, no animal, no plant, no stone can be
    • the human beings behave similarly to mind and matter. As well
    • human being from the spirit, to somebody who cannot see from
    • man only about something whose existence he has admitted, so
    • all in the soul of the human being.
    • however, on the state of the person. A human being who has
    • argue, because they are different with the single human beings.
    • picture by Raphael, while a primitive human being feels
    • we assume that the human being rises to such a height that he
    • about which the human beings can agree, he rises to the
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  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture I
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    • Whoever follows the history of human development, not only
    • younger man that plant should be put side by side with plant
    • The elder man replied: ‘It might perhaps be
    • senses.’ The man took a pencil and a piece of paper from his
    • unifying element. The younger man looked at it and said:
    • that only the human spirit could form such ideas, and that such an
    • The elder man was unable to understand this objection
    • external sense-perceptions, but that the human being, when he
    • the finest testimony of man's capacity to scale the heights as
    • nature's structure the most complex of all, the human being. You
    • the manner of nature. A great and truly heroic idea which sufficiently
    • human development. We may say that there is something exceedingly
    • fact produced. If we take three philosophers of German spiritual
    • every man to ascend to such spheres of the purest
    • you the purest representative at the present stage of humanity of
    • and demands that man should lift himself to a stage where he grasps
    • his nature. If he is a stimulating spirit in so many respects, why
    • modern mankind on a narrowly limited subject. As an example we
    • shall choose a feeling many of you know, which can be described by
    • saying that there are many people to-day who strive to throw
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    • first only for the human development that, however, intensely
    • man said to the older one: if I open myself to such a talk, it
    • went, so to speak, against the younger man's grain that there
    • man replied that an approach of nature might be found which
    • — The man took a pencil and a piece of paper from his
    • younger man had a look at this and said, what you draw there,
    • an idea. He had the opinion that only the human mind could
    • older man could not understand this objection at all and he
    • This conversation is a symptomatic, important manifestation of
    • perception, the limited intellect gives. The human being rather
    • the most developed one, the human being, genetically from the
    • (Johann Christian August H., 1773–1843, German physician,
    • human development. We are allowed to say that it is something
    • the most different human beings, on the most different views,
    • philosophers of the German spiritual life who are very
    • humaneness. Philosophy turns to you rightly. Your feeling is
    • concepts in a comprising, organic system demands that the human
    • German pathologist, biologist) and Haeckel (Ernst H.,
    • 1834–1919, German biologist, philosopher) were. However,
    • many relations. Why should he not be a stimulating spirit of
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    • We see the plant before us. Man goes to it and examines the
    • view that human knowledge is not to be looked upon as something
    • stationary once for all. The view is widely held that man is as he is
    • further, even as man has developed himself from an imperfect
    • trivially: if we leave out altogether a development of humanity
    • depreciating the world-picture of the man who takes his stand on pure
    • that in these things it is considered that in every case a man's
    • world-picture corresponds to a stage in human evolution, and that man
    • It lies thus in the purview of Spiritual Science that man
    • Thus it adheres to Goethe's saying: ‘Man has really always only
    • Now how does man succeed in developing the capabilities
    • old as human thought. It always took the view that man has before him
    • other than increasing the powers of man to ever higher stages of
    • observation of the senses and the application of the human
    • formulate ideas and concepts is a capacity of the human soul among
    • this comparative superficial review, we may say: man is not merely an
    • never human feeling, never what we know as will-impulses, for
    • It is correct enough that when a man introduces his feeling,
    • ourselves only to intellectualism, we must regard man not merely in
    • in human soul-life, in his last book called
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    • product? We see the plant before ourselves. The human being
    • that the worldview represented here assumes that the human
    • There is often the opinion: as the human being is today, that
    • we ourselves are able of development as human beings that we
    • the human being developed from an imperfect state to his
    • we completely refrain from a development of humanity and only
    • consider how the human beings are,
    • we then look at those human beings of primitive tribes in the
    • of the materialistic human being or to declare it as invalid.
    • case the worldview of a human being corresponds to a level of
    • human development, and that the human being is able to increase
    • Spiritual science has the perspective that the human being
    • actually, the human being has his own truth only, and,
    • does the human being get around to developing the abilities and
    • as the thinking humanity. Spiritual science always had the
    • point of view that the human being has the ideal to strive for
    • nothing else than to increase the abilities of the human being
    • the application of the human intellect and power of imagination
    • to develop ideas, concepts is a human soul quality among other
    • case of a relatively superficial consideration, the human being
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    • effect of the Bible on humankind. If one completely wanted to
    • concerning the influence and the deep effects on the human
    • exceptionally many things, because one could show that today
    • influenced by this human document, but also that those who have
    • humankind, in particular at that of our western humankind and
    • reversal has taken place concerning the position of humankind
    • or, at least, of a big part of humankind to the Bible.
    • that for humankind what it was for millennia, it is presumably
    • even selfish in a certain way, for the human being — if
    • human beings, I do not care about. — Such a human being
    • does not pay attention to the fact that humankind is a whole.
    • What single human beings experience, think and feel at first
    • flows down into the whole humankind and becomes common
    • descendants, whether those human beings who follow him can have
    • humankind. The power of the authorities who are involved in the
    • what can shake the respect and the meaning of this human
    • written out of a higher human consciousness, that it is due to
    • another authority than to any authority of a human writer was
    • human beings would have written under the influence of higher
    • this creation the human being originated, how he came to the
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    • Bible in a quite unexpected way and how it can lead many human
    • beings to a recapture of this document of humankind. What could
    • document of such an immense significance for countless human
    • evangelists — even if they differ from each other in many
    • least to many personalities of our time.
    • However, many people realised long-since concerning the fourth
    • uplift the human beings in such a way that it is lyrical in
    • and with his whole view in the mental undergrounds of human
    • is not only related to the whole humanity but to the whole
    • normal human-personal, the sense that says to itself, yes,
    • there have been great human beings in the world evolution:
    • within this human level. — The fact that something could
    • have lived in Jesus that one can compare to the normal human
    • ideal human figure that does not top the human level, even if
    • the simple man of Nazareth, we are closest to Jesus.
    • speak of the simple man of Nazareth. Hence, he was never
    • cannot look really. This escapes from the human research. Yes,
    • it escapes from the external human research. We have emphasised
    • this so often in spiritual science that the human being —
    • The human being can behold this higher world as the operated
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • Before some time when I stayed in a little town in Germany, I
    • theatre management rejects the drama.” — I asked,
    • had to remember a lady who had worked on a dress many years ago
    • depends with such matters much less on the human logic, on
    • human reason than rather on the human ways of thinking, on that
    • many things appear in our popular literature, in our daily
    • thinking! For example, there is a city in Germany — it is
    • something that slips into the human thinking and feeling
    • once existed who cast horoscopes to the human beings and
    • Berlin but in remaining Germany. You can really read this
    • otherwise, he would have to say that many astrologers cast
    • horoscopes today. What the man says does not correspond at all
    • Similar things slip in the consciousness of the human beings
    • causes of human memory, in particular in the field of
    • German poet), and Conrad Ferdinand Meyer (1825–1898, Swiss
    • looks around a little in science knows how many demons of
    • the human development. More than twenty years ago, it was
    • the present nervous manifests itself to a hair's breadth
    • human being. If speak of the weird idols, fetishes or
    • in one field, it changes over to another field. If the human
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • say about that which is regarded by many with a certain logic
    • development how the human being satisfies his bodily needs.
    • often been repeated and that causes many who are idealistically
    • “The human being is what he eats.” Most people
    • will absolutely agree with it — that the human being is
    • view of Feuerbach's saying: “The human being is what he
    • its outer form. As with the limb of a human being, the outer
    • respect: “The human being is what he eats.” Only
    • human being to nature appears. The human being comes into
    • The question arises, is the human being not subject to the
    • that the human being can become free from the effects of his
    • influence on the surroundings? Could it not be that the human
    • the human being gets rid of the compulsion that is exercised on
    • how has nutrition to be arranged that the human being gets rid
    • agitate, do not command the human being in this or that way; we
    • general-human sense. Because of the vast range of the subject,
    • human being has to take up proteins, carbohydrates, fats and
    • You know that the human being satisfies the needs of his
    • realm. There are many more defenders of the mixed diet than of
    • human being takes his food to the true forces and needs of the
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • questions, which rightly interest the human being in
    • that makes the human being able to cope with life, with
    • own sake by the healthily thinking human being but as the means
    • suitable to make the human being receptive just to those
    • connected so intimately with the whole nature of the human
    • illness: there are so many illnesses and only one health! This
    • there is not only one health, but there are as many healths as
    • there are human beings. We must incorporate that in our
    • human being is an individual being that every human being is
    • thing if the human being lacks this or that! All these things
    • consideration that the human being is an individual being, a
    • single being. Every human being is a being for himself, and it
    • “human being” if one deals with the phenomena of
    • arises such a need for help as the ill human being has it
    • human nature. Indeed, if one contemplates this deep interest on
    • could say, illness is such an important matter in human life
    • about the nature of illness in the most manifold theories. It
    • activity the ill human being and maybe the healthy one is
    • sides concerning important questions of human development.
    • have many a time emphasised here that spiritual science aims at
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    • and on the other side the steel tycoon, the rich man, the man
    • this man to do generally with spiritual science, this man of
    • man of practical life is adduced to illustrate certain issues.
    • and convenience. He is a human being whom his soul development
    • humankind like a Gospel. We have the American steel tycoon on
    • welfare and happiness of humankind. What Tolstoy never desired
    • from Germany. Then we see Tolstoy losing certain higher goods
    • Then he tries repeatedly to manage his estate, and we see him
    • luxury of a man of his circles, diving head first into all
    • the development of the soul where this development manifests in
    • God that this God is only an empty invention of many human
    • struggled striving for the highest summits of human
    • “I love the man who wants what cannot be.”
    • human being can fly if he presses the arms against the knees
    • soul seems to be great and to have many talents from the start.
    • original source of existence. However, the human beings, whom
    • naturalness of the simple human being on the one side, on the
    • depression of the simple human being. We see how he is
    • ideals of human happiness, human welfare, and progress flash as
    • side that the natural human beings cannot understand his
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    • field of daydreamers and of such human beings who, as one says
    • applies, in particular if he — like many others —
    • matters which the practical human being who wants to stand
    • deduct the human being from the usual everyday life. However,
    • those levels of knowledge, by which the human being himself
    • spiritual science has a value not only for the human being who
    • that the healthy human mind, the unclouded reason and power of
    • communications has an infinite value for the human being, long
    • about the different methods and performances, which the human
    • order to characterise this. Many a person attributes practice
    • today the so-called practical human beings talk? There is
    • performances and measures which were carried out for decades,
    • Life praxis consists of such conditions in many cases. Then the
    • progress should be implemented: The first German railway should
    • let two stagecoaches go to Potsdam for many years: if people
    • thinking of many people; they are “carriage pushers from
    • all with a practical development of thinking: that every human
    • sluggishness that the human thinking likes to be encapsulated
    • correctly than some modern people did: what the human being
    • has to take into consideration three ways if the human being
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    • Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
    • particularly of the invisible in the human being, I would like
    • the determination of the human being using high ideals.
    • what they are; and, besides, humanity loses nothing. It becomes
    • plan of the improvement of humanity. This will continue its way
    • want to imagine the invisible members of the human nature.
    • human nature, but not as of anything that is there, as of an
    • the human being, what we can seize with hands with him. It is
    • the physical. We call that a physical body in the human being,
    • supersensible human member is the etheric body or life body. It
    • understand the human body as a machine, however, does not need
    • thinking from within.” One can absolutely say, the human
    • we keep on studying the human being, we get to another member
    • of his being, which every human being could already realise if
    • he said to himself, I face a human being, a physical body, and
    • an etheric body. Is there nothing else included in this human
    • the physical body exists. Nevertheless, the healthy human mind
    • who say when the human being enters the physical world; he is
    • facial sphere and make the human being the thinker finally. So
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    • Between individual characteristics and those of the human race in general
    • lie the four main groups of human temperaments: phlegmatic, sanguine,
    • It has frequently been emphasized that man's greatest riddle is
    • inherent in our existence. Now as correct as it may be that man's
    • individual human being is a riddle, often even to himself. Every one
    • those posed to us by every human being in every encounter, and these
    • realize that there are as many riddles as there are people. Even
    • the human personality, plays a role in all manifestations of
    • something of this basic mood whenever we encounter another human
    • for although they can be said to flow from within, they manifest
    • does not mean that the human riddle can be solved by means of natural
    • of the human personality.
    • Spiritual science tells us first of all that the human being is part
    • characteristics he then passes on to his progeny. The human being thus
    • In human beings not only does the species evolve, but so does the
    • individual. What a human being acquires in a lifetime through
    • existence. The human being will come to be known as the product of an
    • when the real foolishness will be to believe that the human being
    • the bodily features that link human beings to a hereditary chain? How
    • does the spiritual-psychic stream, of which man forms a part through
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    • Secret of the Human Temperaments
    • have often emphasised that the human being himself is the
    • biggest riddle to the human being. Any deeper physical research
    • understand the nature and destination of the human being. If
    • this is right without question that generally the human being
    • is the biggest riddle to the human being, one has to emphasise,
    • on the other side, that any human being is a riddle to the
    • other human beings and to himself. We all feel that at any
    • meeting with a human being in most cases. We are not dealing
    • riddle, which is not less significant for life, which any human
    • being poses us at any meeting. For the human beings are
    • the basis of our talk today, to see that there are as many
    • riddles as human beings. Within the basic types, we have such a
    • variety and difference among the human beings that one can
    • probably say that within the peculiar basic mood of the human
    • prevailing mood of the human being, the temperament, plays a
    • role. If the human being faces us, we feel something of this
    • nature of temperaments. We feel the temperaments of the human
    • one cannot solve the riddle of the human being by an external
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    • handed it to his faithful secretary Eckermann and prepared his
    • rich, many-sided, far-reaching and deeply-penetrating life to human
    • for a human life to become fruitful for the rest of humanity in a
    • more conscious manner. There is something deeply affecting in the
    • comparatively young man.
    • Weimar period. It is the work of a man hotly striving after
    • despair that an upright honourable man can go through, and all this
    • worlds, between the spiritual world to which man can raise himself
    • between the good and evil powers around man. Man is thus placed in
    • seen as a man doubting all knowledge, he now comes before us as one
    • thousands of years of human development resound. We are
    • reminded of the great dramatic representation of man's life
    • deeper into the human existence of which the world to-day knows so
    • little. And having brought to expression in many different ways
    • part is a complete character picture of the inner human development
    • of a spiritual kind by means of which man climbs the stages of
    • place where the human soul is united with the spirituality of the
    • to Eckermann on 29th Jan., 1827: ‘All in Faust is of the senses,
    • Though the first part in many ways appears to be
    • illness, bringing him very near death. Much that a man's soul can
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    • parcel, passed it on to his loyal secretary Eckermann and
    • ramified life going into the depths of human existence in this
    • say, a human life cannot be made fertile in a nicer and more
    • harmonious way for the remaining humanity, namely that is
    • spiritual respect to humanity. What Goethe completed at that
    • the first Weimar time. It is the work of a human being striving
    • that a sincerely and honestly striving human being could
    • had deeply longed for. The personal work of a storm-tossed man
    • had changed into the work of a man who was serene to a certain
    • Sch., 1759–1805, German poet), the time when Goethe learnt to
    • of the spiritual, which the human being strives for by
    • of the good and the bad powers represented around the human
    • the human being despairing of knowledge is immediately
    • a human being faces us now who is put between heaven and hell, and
    • version of 1808, millennia of the human development convene.
    • human life that the ancient time produced, of the Book of Job
    • — when the bad spirit walks around in humanity and then
    • Then Goethe's rich life continues deepening in the human
    • manifold ways, he starts once again working on Faust in 1824
    • which the human being ascends the stages of existence,
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    • this Epilogue was to indicate the manner in which the final figure of
    •  If many criticize,
    •  Egyptian; for the man is right who knows
    • explanation is demanded drawn from the depths of spirit-life.
    • sentence is clearly expressed that the man who understands Faust
    • symbolic explanation is discouraged. The demand is that the
    • begin? Is the advice of the wise man, ‘to bathe the breast in
    • human spirit through thousands of years will be reminded in this
    • sun-soul, as the physical human body is the expression of the human
    • spirit and the human soul. He looked up to the spiritual sun and
    • Wise Man: ‘Disciple, up! untiring hasten to bathe thy breast
    • body, he awakes as a changed man. The soul has entered the body, so
    •  Of human striving there's no symbol fuller:
    • of ‘Faust’ Many lectures would have to be given, if we
    • the general idea of these Masque scenes: For a man who surveys
    • human life with an enlightened eye, certain words will have a
    • Such a man, steeping himself in the whole great course of human
    • souls, and that they make their own resolutions, human acts and
    • human thoughts are really pervaded and permeated by beings from the
    • I, originating, in short, in Mephistopheles. Man is surrounded by
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    • to and fro is the right man.
    • spiritual life is just demanded. Hence, Mephistopheles says,
    • demands that the interpretation of
    • but we also find suggested in no uncertain manner that the way
    • development of the human spirit through the millennia is
    • sun soul, as well as the physical human body is the expression
    • of the human mind and the human soul, and who looked up at the
    • streams that soon are many, many more,
    • human striving it's a perfect symbol —
    • that what we have as life is many-hued reflection.
    • he has received as a spiritual human being going to
    • Otherwise, one would have to hold many talks if one wanted to
    • whole contents of these masks: To that human being who surveys
    • the human life with enlightened view certain words receive
    • life. Such a human being who settles in the whole human
    • in the sensuous world, one can observe single human beings and
    • of all that. While the human beings believe that what they do
    • human beings. The human beings believe to be free in their
    • beings. What the human beings call their mind and believe that
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XV: Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • only meeting with Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900, German
    • Imagine a human being, a man who has dealt with the question
    • the impression of a healthy man, and, besides, he was already
    • the forehead of a maniac. A riddle faced me. Human beings of
    • different with the different human beings. With some, the
    • human beings can have two qualities: the one is an ingenious,
    • mind. Such a human being does not live in ideas, which are
    • which humanity has acquired as spiritual goods. He lives in
    • which humanity has gained and created for itself, than in the
    • which the look of the human beings was banished completely in
    • and Bunsen (Robert Wilhelm B., 1811–1899, German chemist). Only
    • grew up was the time in which the human beings directed their look
    • H., 1834–1919, German naturalist) and other researchers who
    • with these currents like an escape of humanity to spirituality
    • interest in Schopenhauer's philosophy shows that the human
    • makes the human being young and fresh. This becomes apparent
    • in him something lives that can animate the human being,
    • art: he makes them human-like, raises the form of the human
    • Nietzsche called the ancient Greek the Dionysian human being.
    • The later Greek, the Apollonian human being, reproduced what
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    • appears in the German in Wie und wo Findet man den Geist?.
    • it is possible to express in any slavish imitation of a physical human
    • model. A man of this kind whose gaze penetrates as through a veil through
    • has repeatedly pointed out how a man who draws near the secrets
    • basic theme, throughout all ages and epochs of human evolution.
    • the human soul. They are often the most secret truths, the most secret
    • himself was able in his soul to approach this truth from very many
    • Goethe on reading the Roman writer Plutarch came across the remarkable
    • story of Nikias, who wanted to make subject again to the Romans a
    • materialism, the spirit contained in the forces and powers of man's
    • nothingness. Faust, the spiritual human being, with his bent towards
    • how man, if he would penetrate to the Mothers, must rise above all
    • sphere into which man is able to penetrate when he awakens slumbering
    • little as the blind man sees color and light. It is the moment when
    • In these lectures it was repeatedly indicated that when man practices
    • the higher being of man, that inner being of which it has been said
    • purified soul was connected with this true origin of man, for what has
    • namely, physical man. As I have often emphasized, that is fully
    • out that the whole being we call man is not included in this evolution,
    • which evolution only applies to the external side of man's development.
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    • basic motif through all times, through all epochs of human
    • to the Carthaginians, inclined to the Romans again and who was
    • mothers as the realm of nothingness. Faust, the spiritual human
    • the mothers is the realm into which the human being can
    • repeatedly referred in these talks to the fact that the human
    • mothers!” he does not see like a maniac in a senseless,
    • mysteriously, like many other things, into the second part of
    • of the human being where one has known something about this
    • the human being. Because that which spiritual science was at
    • the human being himself does not amount to nothing more than
    • this evolution that it is only the outside of the human
    • we trace back the human being, we realise that, the more we go
    • spiritual-mental origin of the human being. We have already
    • repeatedly transported ourselves in a time of human development
    • when the human being did not yet have physical existence, when
    • human being like a densification of a once only
    • spiritual-mental human being.
    • That spiritual-mental human being has been condensed, so to
    • speak, to the present human being as water solidifies into ice.
    • origin of the human being. With the once spiritual-mental human
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    • have told how the human being can attain such knowledge, and we
    • worlds many a time. In two talks, I want to give something like
    • overcome by our modern humanity or should be overcome. It
    • about a development of the human consciousness. Our
    • development of humanity and another follows. If today one
    • manifold forms, until it has developed into the modern form. If
    • present basic quality of our soul. The human soul was not a
    • Thus, the human being had to buy his self-consciousness giving
    • they still have the purpose to move the ears. With the human
    • human being once had such a head form that the ears were
    • humanity? We can distinguish two categories there. One stands,
    • changed by the human beings but by the on-going development
    • the external event. If the human being had faced this dream
    • immediate relation, the human being would not need to touch the
    • modern dream consciousness. Because the human being was merged,
    • human being ascended from the dream consciousness to the
    • the whole development of the human being as it was often shown
    • here, it presents itself in such a way: the human being, as he
    • developmental member, and by ascending to the ego, the human
    • being has become a self-conscious being. When did the human
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  • Title: Lecture: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • of the European peoples. Indeed man's consciousness as it is to-day
    • these ancient clairvoyant faculties, man was able to perceive certain
    • character. They were based on what man was able to see with his
    • man to have actual vision of the spiritual worlds. They are schools,
    • where in a methodical and systematic way, man's soul is so guided and
    • means whereby man can be led consciously to the spiritual worlds.
    • The man who so trains his soul that he can perceive in higher worlds,
    • often heard how man to-day can be led to the Initiates, how his
    • European civilisation, in various regions of France, Germany and
    • indicated in my lecture “Isis and Madonna,” namely, that man
    • whence his spirit and soul have come forth. When a man penetrates more
    • spiritual world. To-day, this last remnant — the human soul
    • realisation of the spirit and soul within him, man says: ‘Now I
    • universe is revealed to human intelligence in everything that is
    • This true form of man is now hidden.
    • man is hidden and must be sought in its concealment. The saying went:
    • soul of man once again to behold its true origin and to unfold the
    • is only one of the many processes in life. Death changes nothing at
    • all in the innermost kernel of man's being. — In the Druidic
    • not function as organs of perception. A man whose only instrument of
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    • These legends and myths are of a manifold kind. If we only
    • the single human beings were very different.
    • go back to experiences that the human being could attain by
    • schools in which abilities are fostered in the human soul by
    • instructions in a quite methodical, systematic way to the human
    • have often shown how the human being can start the way of
    • Germany, and Britain. In all these areas, they were of a
    • to the fact that the human being has a spiritual origin, that
    • he once lived in spiritual worlds, that the human soul and
    • pointed to the fact that the human being still feels with a
    • physical observation. This last remainder, the human soul, is
    • spiritual primeval being. The human being says about this
    • spiritual figure. What shows the true figure of the human being
    • is hidden today. As a concealed part of the visible human
    • being, one also considered the human being in these old
    • from which she has emerged. Initiation made the human being
    • experience all procedures by which the human soul again could
    • grounds of the human being.
    • the human being. Where the druidic mysteries survived by name
    • of Hu and Ceridwen were those into which the human beings were
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 5: Human Character
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    • truth, and reverence. Also included are discussions of human character,
    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • Human Character
    • a deep impression on the human soul. Goethe was present when Schiller's body
    • What greater gift can life on man bestow
    • through outward form, in what we call human character. For human character
    • gives the most varied and manifold expression to the direction and purpose of
    • man's life. We think of human character as having a basic consistency.
    • make up in some way a harmonious unity. We speak of a split in a man's
    • character as evidence of a real fault in his nature. If in private life a man
    • man into difficult situations or may even wreck his life. The significance of
    • this schism in human nature as though it were justified; it is something to
    • to look more deeply into human character, the facts outlined in previous
    • lectures must be kept in mind. We must remember that the human soul,
    • embracing the inner life of man, is not merely a chaos of intermingled
    • fall apart, for the human soul must be a unity. What is it, then that holds
    • three members as a man plays upon the strings of an instrument. And the
    • soul-members is the basis of human character.
    • influence, resounding from within a human being as harmony or disharmony,
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 1: The Mission of Spiritual Science
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    • truth, and reverence. Also included are discussions of human character,
    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • starts from the premise that human experience is not unavoidably restricted
    • to sense-perceptible reality or to the findings of human reason and other
    • sense-perceptible. Spiritual Science says that it is possible for human
    • — which is as old as humanity — appeared in a form very different
    • back over the spiritual life of mankind will see that “a time of
    • and spiritual life of human beings and the outer world has been different
    • from what it was in earlier times. And the further back we go in human
    • from earlier periods, but were impelled to meet the demands of a new
    • being of man and other such questions that must closely engage human minds
    • outside a small circle. In his time there were many persons who retained, as
    • see into the history of human thinking.
    • lead us into the issues that a reflecting man would concern himself with in
    • being of man. With a forcefulness that springs from a deep need for
    • knowledge, he says that nothing so disfigures a man as not to know what his
    • to this question — what the essential being of man really is.
    • He says: Aristotle's answer is that man is a rational animal. Then he turns
    • answer is that man is a thinking being.
    • learn what man is and what he ought to do. When Aristotle says that man is a
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 3: The Mission of Truth
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    • truth, and reverence. Also included are discussions of human character,
    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • man's being. Man is most spiritual in his Ego, and that was our
    • complements those other elements of man's being which he has in common with
    • becomes man in the true sense and is able to progress from stage to stage. It
    • But if we look at the Ego, we find that this high member of man's being is
    • man is intended to become increasingly a being who has a firm centre in
    • of selfish isolation from all human community. Here, on this other side, we
    • the human soul, we called three of its members the Sentient Soul, the
    • — surprisingly, perhaps, for many people — that anger acts as a
    • mission of anger could give scope for many objections. But if we go into the
    • to many important riddles of life.
    • and a forerunner of love? Is it not true that anger tends to make a man lose
    • overcoming anger the soul continually improves itself. If a man insists on
    • effective power. Just because anger is overcome and a man frees himself from
    • but strengthened, by the experience. If a man were incapable of anger when
    • a man lovingly immerses himself in his own soul that his soul is strengthened
    • an attribute of the soul that must be overcome if a man is to rise to higher
    • devotion to truth leads man upwards from stage to stage? The opposites of
    • truth are falsehood and error. We shall see how man progresses in so far as
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    • truth, and reverence. Also included are discussions of human character,
    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • nothing to do with man and woman. Goethe is making use of an ancient turn of
    • far off spiritually but within human reach.
    • form to its present stage. We cannot say this of the human soul, for the soul
    • impressions. All human emotions, all desires, instincts and passions arise
    • from within the Sentient Soul. Man has progressed from this stage to higher
    • Intellectual Soul that we find emerging by degrees the human Ego, that
    • through the endeavours that man must make to strengthen this inner centre
    • the world. But if a man likes to keep his pleasures and desires, his thinking
    • man possesses inwardly and takes account of at all times; when it leads us
    • human soul? We can also ask: What is there in the Consciousness Soul which
    • Soul, such that man could acquire very little of it if he were not already
    • can come to expression only because man is a thinking being, for its task is
    • If a man wishes to gain a knowledge of it, so that this knowledge will
    • feeling, by the infallible feeling for truth that dwells in the human soul.
    • When the human soul seeks to encompass with feeling some other thing, we call
    • are many things in the world for us to love. But as love is a feeling, and a
    • possible for human beings to come to love the unknown super-sensible before
    • super-sensible unknown. This quality of the will, which enables a man to wish
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 6: Asceticism and Illness
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    • truth, and reverence. Also included are discussions of human character,
    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • Human
    • unbiased study, such as Spiritual Science demands, is impossible unless we
    • misuse of the word — influences human life, and either helps or harms
    • Middle Ages; and for many people the word has the flavour that Schopenhauer
    • colouring through the manifold influences of oriental philosophy and
    • in this lecture is to find the true origin in human nature of asceticism; and
    • years, take a quite definite attitude towards human nature. They start from
    • the postulate that at no stage in the evolution of mankind is it justifiable
    • to say that here or there are the limits of human knowledge. The usual way of
    • putting the question, “What can man know, and what can he not
    • know?”, is for Spiritual Science misdirected. It does not ask what man
    • human cognition cannot penetrate it. All these matters are not its immediate
    • evolution, in particular the evolution of human soul-forces. It says that the
    • human soul can develop. As in the seed of a plant the future plant sleeps and
    • without, so are hidden forces and capacities always sleeping in the human
    • are, but how man can surpass the bounds that exist at any given period by
    • way, it shows how man can surpass the cognitive faculties that have been
    • means of the forces latent in the soul, man is able to penetrate into the
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 7: Human Egoism
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    • truth, and reverence. Also included are discussions of human character,
    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • Human Egoism
    • human goal. But one could not immediately say that the members were seeking
    • scarcely allowed themselves to become acquainted with unselfish human wishes.
    • Chairman, I would be advancing an egoistic wish, and that would never
    • something for you. I will go to the Chairman on your behalf and ask him for
    • Chairman and then, two hours later, the other member went. Both had put
    • with whatever sympathy or antipathy may be evoked by this or that human
    • more, is to show how the relevant characteristic originates in the human
    • to determine how far it can be combated through human nature or through other
    • sense, egoism is the characteristic which impels a man to give first place to
    • opposite, altruism, aims at placing human faculties at the service of others,
    • hand, if a man is dubbed an egoist without more ado, this is by no means the
    • last word on his character. For if a man seeks only to satisfy himself but
    • we find in man we can find something analogous in the rest of the world.
    • symbolical of an outstanding human quality can be found:
    • brings before us the being of the plant and urges man to develop in his own
    • German mystic, Angelus Silesius, says much the same:
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    • and the foundations of human existence. He would not speak of these.
    • He would speak only of the means by which mankind could enter into a
    • earth for the whole of humanity, and also the conception concerning
    • of the immortal part of human nature which passes onwards from
    • constitutes Man, and which passes onward from one earth-life to
    • it then, which collectively is Man? It is Name and Form. But
    • which stands before me as Man, Name and Form pass from life to life.
    • mango-tree bears a fruit. A thief comes and steals the fruit. The
    • owner of the mango-tree says: “Thou hast robbed me of my
    • transformed itself. That which was growing upon the mango-tree simply
    • mango-tree which was planted in the earth. But only because the owner
    • him who buried the first fruit in the earth. Thus it is with man; his
    • lives. But what appears is new, as the fruit of the mango-tree is
    • hand! Is this hand a man? No, the hand is not the man. For if there
    • were only a hand, there would be no man. But if you cut the hand off
    • a man's body, it dries up, and in three weeks' time there would be no
    • hand left. Whence then is a hand a hand? By reason of a man! Is the
    • head a man? No! Is the heart anything by itself? No! Because if we
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    • truth, and reverence. Also included are discussions of human character,
    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • world and the foundations of our human existence. He wished to speak only
    • about the means whereby a man could come to a way of existence that would be
    • used the following analogy. If, he says, a man were to be seen somewhere with
    • a pig that was a good grunter, no-one would be surprised; but if a man could
    • significance of the immortal, eternal element in human nature which passes
    • with the composite form that is man, which passes from one earth-life
    • tomorrow? No. What then is it that constitutes a human being? The name and
    • human being. When they appear again on earth in a new incarnation, are they
    • your mango-tree is bearing fruit. Then a thief comes and steals the fruit.
    • The owner of the mango-tree cries: ‘You have stolen my
    • because the owner of the mango-tree planted a fruit in the earth that fruit
    • similar with the deeds and destiny of a man's new life on earth: we must look
    • something new, as is the fruit on the mango-tree.”
    • stands here before us as a separate human Ego, a definite personality; how he
    • the hand a man? No — the hand alone does not make a man. But if you cut
    • off the hand from the man, it will decay, and in two or three weeks it will
    • no longer be a hand. What then is it makes the hand a hand? It is the man who
    • makes the hand a hand! Is the heart a man? No! Is the heart something
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 2: The Mission of Anger
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    • truth, and reverence. Also included are discussions of human character,
    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • we penetrate more deeply into the human soul and consider its nature
    • reach of man.
    • given here, the difference between Spiritual Science and the many other
    • habitually assumed that human knowledge has certain boundaries and that the
    • human mind cannot know anything beyond them. Spiritual Science holds
    • faculties hidden in the soul can be called forth, and then, just as a man
    • point to the great event which enables a man to become a spiritual
    • what the awakened man has to impart. When knowledge resulting from spiritual
    • come to speak of some of the humanly interesting characteristics of the soul.
    • Man, as he
    • physical observation covers only a part of man — the external physical
    • a second member of man's being: we call it the etheric body or life-body.
    • the human organism is the foundation on which we have to build. Man has an
    • before us a lifeless human being. When a human being has passed through the
    • of the human organism can now be distinguished: the vehicle of pleasure and
    • the emotional activities of the soul. Man has this vehicle in common with all
    • the human organism.
    • what we may call the bodily nature of man, with its three components:
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 9: Something about the Moon in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • truth, and reverence. Also included are discussions of human character,
    • asceticism and illness, human egoism, Buddha and Christ, and a
    • the soul, branches out in many ways that lead from the immediate realm of
    • human soul-life to the great connections we find in the wide universe, the
    • influence on or significance for human life on earth.
    • have some importance for life on earth, and especially for human life. In the
    • human life as a whole. It was then by no means a mere popular superstition to
    • some influence on the course of human life and on health and disease in
    • moon any influence on human life diminished continuously. Only the belief
    • of the plant-cell, launched a vehement attack on another German
    • phenomena of plant-life, and not only of human life, are ensouled. Starting
    • with the phenomena of human life as it runs its course, he took similar facts
    • compared these phenomena with those of human life, he found one analogy after
    • studying human life, with its ensoulment, we observe the occurrence of
    • certain similarities with human life, why should we not recognise the other
    • the same feelings of satisfaction as does the man who was first in his own
    • field — a man who we recognise as gifted and stimulating, even though
    • significance of the plant-cell. Clearly such a man, who directed all
    • is highly stimulating. Although many details in it have since been corrected,
    • frequency of rainfall were in many cases shown to be greater with a waxing
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • Spiritual Science the different ways in which the being of man
    • sense of the term. We can obtain a general survey of human life in
    • man in speech, and in the next lecture, under the title of ‘Laughter
    • ANTHROPOSOPHY] an aspect of man’s power of
    • The whole being of man, his whole significance and
    • the inner life of some great individuality may feel that human speech
    • man may easily mistake the word, or what the word infuses into him,
    • for the concept. This is why so many people are incapable of building
    • knows to what an extent the way a man is able to express the content
    • life of the soul by observing how a man expresses himself in words.
    • shall try in a somewhat aphoristic manner, to throw light on the
    • development of speech and its connection with the human being, from
    • External Science has made many attempts to bring the most varied
    • that man, confronted with something in the external world, produced,
    • fact that man heard some external sound, either produced by animals,
    • is of course still unanswered as to how man comes to give names to
    • let fall, or a bell we strike, but every single thing. Man’s
    • However many more combinations of this kind we might care to
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    • by which the human being expresses himself.
    • For in approaching human life
    • let us deal with that universal expression of the human spirit which is
    • manifest in language; and next time, under the heading “Laughing and
    • Weeping”, we will then look at a variation, as it were, of human
    • human language, we feel sufficiently how all the significance, dignity and
    • the whole of the human being are connected with that which we call language.
    • flow outward to our fellow human beings and unite us with them through
    • be aware how the human being is dependent on language as far as his thinking
    • in an imperfect stage of development the human being will readily confuse the
    • the human being is able to transform the content of his soul into sounds in
    • can be learnt about the soul-life of the human being if one observes how this
    • language, its development and its connection with the human being from a
    • spiritual-scientific point of view as we have been applying it to man and his
    • the human being, when faced with some object or event in the outside world,
    • formation. Of course the question how the human being came to name beings
    • everything. And the ability of the human being to establish a relationship
    • in this way the things which the human being experiences of the nature of
    • man is required.
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  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • questions concerning the evolution of world and man, people generally are
    • draw on many examples to show that eminent men have by no means regarded
    • is achieved in the legends and the great traditions of mankind — so
    • often much wiser than the individual human consciousness — has endowed
    • Faust, into whom Goethe poured so many of his
    • us. And we can find the spirit — and the human spirit in the first
    • we must not only accept man as a
    • task. Hence we need give only a passing glance now at the being of man as
    • man, when we observe him in his totality, possesses a physical body, which he
    • out of his soul from waking until he falls asleep. These are man's
    • how it works to bring man ever nearer to fulfilment.
    • basis of the ego's activities within the human soul? Let us look at
    • ego, this deepest centre of man's spiritual life, encounters some
    • relation to the outer world. Many other examples could be given of how the
    • manifest in the flow of tears. The tears give the ego a subconscious feeling
    • ego, the central point in man, which expresses itself in laughing and
    • human being is placed into the world in such a way that he is built up from
    • and most inward spirituality of man.
    • understands these things rightly will agree with the German poet who says
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  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • range of knowledge. And many people would probably agree with that opinion.
    • mysticism in the earliest periods of human evolution, but what was called
    • mysticism found among the German mystics from Meister Eckhart
    • form a kind of veil through which human cognition cannot penetrate in its
    • manifold aspects. We saw that if we look into what is rightly called
    • man's inner being, we come first to the darkest depths of the soul,
    • man is led out from inner life to a real knowledge of the world. If we keep
    • sympathy or antipathy, from the impressions it receives. A human
    • soul-experiences, they come before him in such a way that everything manifold
    • history of human development shows it to be
    • of the paths taken by the human spirit in
    • the unity of soul experience. The other path is the one that the human spirit
    • world to the foundations of existence. Here, in conjunction with many other
    • things, it has been above all the human thinking which has tried to reach a
    • from the manifold variety of external phenomena to the conclusion that a
    • all springs from a unity; it must come from many unities working together.
    • beings, brings about the phenomena perceived by human senses.
    • manifold variety arises from the inter-working of a variety of beings, or
    • many spiritual beings must work together in order to engender our world,
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    • man along the path of his soul to the knowledge of his
    • aspect, the essence of prayer has been misunderstood in many
    • manifoldness of the world in which our souls at first were
    • the effect of prayer in the human soul.
    • mistake of many mystics, and even of ordinary Christians in
    • that may indeed be said to express the deepest secrets of man
    • from the world. This has happened with many of those who have
    • sense punished. Thus you will find in the writings of many
    • understanding of it, we shall rise above many of the possible
    • told, for instance, that if we compare an active man who uses
    • maintain that many journalists would do others a better
    • articles. This attitude is equally applicable to many other
    • we shall never understand the life of man in its entirety
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    • human beings, and thus it appears as a light so weak that most people never
    • foundations of existence. In other words, it leads a man along the path of
    • very lively manner with something hastening towards it from the future.
    • emerging. We were given over to external impressions and the manifold demands
    • manifold pressures of the world, where at first the soul is lost and cannot
    • been given to mankind on the most solemn occasions from the earliest
    • man, when he repeats the prayer, will not be able to fathom these depths. But
    • can be called the deepest secrets of man and the world. Since this is the
    • of meditation and concentration. This could be said of many other
    • ourselves more perfect — as many Christians did during the Middle Ages
    • will find that his refusal turns back on him in revenge. And in many writings
    • sought for the power of prayer in the human soul, and we found that it is
    • but actual, active spirit — and that the human soul belongs to the
    • that is enough, for anyone who understands it will certainly see through many
    • present-day man who uses his powers to help his fellow human beings with a
    • man who quietly withdraws into himself and works on the forces of his soul
    • through prayer — surely we must regard this second man as an idler
    • feel that many writers of leading articles in newspapers would be rendering
    • be said of many other intellectual occupations.
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    • and sometimes the fatal course of some illnesses deeply affect the human
    • facts and consequences of human existence. In other words, what can spiritual
    • investigate deeply once again the meaning of human life as it develops in
    • the normal course of development of the human being. For we see the events
    • too, we take the whole of the human being into account.
    • which the human being has in common with all mineral beings of his
    • within them. The second member of the human being we have always called the
    • astral body as the third member of man's being; this is the bearer of
    • so on which flood through us throughout the day. This astral body the human
    • there is the highest member of the human being which makes him the crown of
    • human body is there when we look at the human being, at ourselves, from
    • human being. It is revealed to our external observation.
    • human astral body is quite different. We have already seen from previous
    • been frequently described. In ordinary life the astral body of the human
    • surge through it. But in contrast, the human being observes within himself
    • sense the other two members of the human being, the ether body and the bearer
    • the way it affects the astral body the human being gains knowledge of the
    • animal lives immediately within its pain; the human being is guided by his
    • the ether body is directed inwards into the human being towards the astral
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • Positive and Negative Man
    • If we examine the human soul, comparing one individual with
    • difference, the difference between positive and negative man, will occupy us
    • penetrating teaching concerning human souls, we could designate a positive
    • A negative man, on
    • characteristics of human nature work out in practice, we shall soon be
    • apply them to real life we have to say: A man of strong passions and
    • anything different. Such a man would indeed be positive, but it would lead to
    • man, ready at any time to welcome new impressions and always prepared to
    • type of man, he will certainly have made more of life — but according
    • Again, a man of
    • treasures. But he has loaded his soul with so many fixed responses that he
    • man.
    • man.
    • sceptic with regard to life and knowledge. Another man might absorb just as
    • many of the same impressions, but he works on them and knows how to fit them
    • into the whole of his acquired wisdom. He would be a positive man in the best
    • and tries to reject everything opposed to it. Or a man who has been through
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • various manifestations of human soul-life and of life in a wider context.
    • Today, let us observe an area of human life which can lead to misery,
    • next lecture we will touch on a field entitled “Human
    • Conscience”, which will lead us back to the heights where human dignity
    • and value, the power of human self-consciousness is revealed most. And then,
    • mental disorder are spoken of, images of deepest human suffering arise in
    • every person's soul, and images, too, of deepest human sympathy. And
    • illuminate a little this chasm in the human soul with the light which we hope
    • observation can illuminate in certain respects this sad chapter of human
    • want to mention a German philosopher who is currently considered among the
    • indeed, he managed to establish the correct connections. For the scholar
    • Paris. And now the image of another man appeared before him who also had a
    • Van Dyke beard, the image of Victor Emanuel of Italy; and this image led via
    • was an orderly man, he had entered these 75 marks in his expenditure book and
    • the case but also the man) will be able to set up the following hypothesis.
    • The philosopher was talking of a man who did not particularly interest him. A
    • be asked: does such an event not prompt us to investigate human soul-life
    • stops short of knowledge about the essence of things and the human being,
    • the essential nature of the human being has demonstrated that man must be
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  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • Human Conscience
    • recollection. As a quite young man, I once had a slight experience of the
    • Art was to become a necessary element in every form of human existence worthy
    • of the name. To raise art up to the level of a serious human concern, worthy
    • activities of mankind — such was the aim of the pioneer thinkers of
    • reflected in one or another human mind? Because a conception of art was to be
    • importance for the whole character and destiny of human life. The serious
    • human soul recognises that the word refers to a most valuable element in its
    • the human soul, it is the voice of God that speaks.” And one could
    • good and what is bad; what man must do in order to gain his own approval and
    • Conscience appears to every individual as something holy in the human breast,
    • different, however, if we glance briefly at man's history and his
    • case, as in so many others of wide human concern, he will find that the
    • he would be met with all sorts of very fine phrases and also by many that are
    • philosophical leaders of mankind. But we may note that from about the first
    • conscience was spoken of, it was always said to be a power in the human soul
    • which was capable of immediately declaring what a man should do and what he
    • philosophers who say that conscience is something that a man acquires when,
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  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • and "negative" human being, error and mental disorder, human
    • realm in the life of the soul which has been enriched by so many of the
    • greatest treasures that spring from man's inner life. We will consider
    • the nature and significance of art in the evolution of mankind. Since the
    • of the human spirit in this realm.
    • of the human soul, and their central purpose has been to seek for truth and
    • to do with the human activities which strive, above all, to give expression
    • heart and the imagination. Many of our contemporaries, accordingly, would say
    • from the same deep sources in the being of man as do knowledge and
    • young man he strove by all possible means to acquire knowledge of the world
    • kingdoms, are raised to a new level and gain new strength in the human soul,
    • highest manifestations comes from the same sources as do knowledge and
    • declares: “Beauty is a manifestation of Nature's secret laws,
    • mission and to bestow on mankind, through art, something related to the
    • of artistic creation, many similar indications of the inner relationships
    • any human heart was there to echo those feelings. Thus in the revelations of
    • concerning man's search for truth, and the spiritual scientist feels
    • say that he feels more closely related to it than he does to many of the
    • question by bringing together many things that have come before our souls
    • human opinions or the quibblings of the intellect. We must consider the
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag I: Das Wesen der Geisteswissenschaft und Ihre Bedeutung Für Die Gegenwart
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    • man könnte auch sagen — ihre Aufgabe
    • darf man wohl sagen, daß Geisteswissenschaft heute noch in
    • Sache ist. Zwar spricht man wohl auch außerhalb derjenigen
    • «Geisteswissenschaft». Man versteht zum
    • Beispiel unter Geschichte etwas, was man mit dem Namen
    • soll das hier geschehen. Wenn man heute von
    • Geschichte anwendet, so wird man im äußersten Falle
    • bewirken. Man spricht wohl auch von allgemeinen Ideen in
    • daß abstrakte Ideen gemeint sind, an was man appelliert,
    • wenn man von den Kräften, von dem Wesenhaften
    • wenn man hinausgeht mit dem menschlichen
    • geht, daß man nicht zu Abstraktionen, zu saft- und
    • man diejenigen, die sich auf solche geisteswissenschaftlichen
    • das aus den Naturwissenschaften herauswächst. Wenn man
    • und wenn man außerdem in die Waagschale legt, welche
    • muß man sagen: der Segen, das Bedeutungsvolle dieses
    • anerkannt wird. Und weil man von diesem Glauben aus zu dem
    • auffallen, daß man etwas außerordentlich schwer in
    • Voraussetzung: man möchte dieses Resultat so oder so
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  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture I: The Nature of Spiritual Science and Its Significance for the Present
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    • wakening, of the human soul and animal soul, of the human
    • plants. Then we want to consider the development of the human
    • character of the human being. We will light up the spiritual
    • life turning our look to the great individualities of the human
    • may be allowed to say that spiritual science (German:
    • speaks about “humanities” (German:
    • that one calls humanities, and probably also by other fields of
    • speaks of humanities, I want to speak here. If one speaks of
    • “humanities” today and applies the term possibly to
    • history, one admits in the utmost that beside the human
    • in history and in the human life. He who reflects what is meant
    • ideas speaking of the forces, of that which guides the human
    • the human intellectual capability can attain a relation of
    • another sense, one speaks about humanities here assuming a
    • spiritual world as a world that is essential as the human world
    • one exceeds with the human cognitive faculties what presents
    • experience, and goes to the guiding forces of human existence
    • the human being is. One speaks about an existing spiritual
    • humanity also concerning thinking and feeling. The big progress
    • of the general human life does not lie in the
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag II: Leben und Tod
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    • Wenn man so manche heutige Äußerung betrachtet, die
    • und Tod, kann man an einen Ausspruch erinnert werden, den
    • Einen solchen Ausspruch kann mancher tun, der im Sinne der
    • der suggestiven Wirkung mancher Zeitvorstellungen steht, die
    • Ideen festzuhalten, das kann man mancher Betrachtung über
    • das Wesen des Todes ansehen. Bei mancher Betrachtung, welche
    • darf man gar nicht in derselben Weise über den Tod der
    • enthalten. Aber wie wenig man sich über die Worte klar
    • wird gesagt, daß man unterscheiden müsse zwischen dem
    • man eigentlich zurückführen könne auf eine
    • Zweiheit, daß man nämlich, wenn man künstlich
    • naturwissenschaftlichen Definition. Und man könnte
    • niemand würde das Leben eines Organismus — wenn auch
    • ist man auch auf naturwissenschaftlichem Gebiete heute schon
    • etwas weiter als vor vielleicht zehn Jahren, wo man sich fast
    • Organismen sah man als einen komplizierten chemischen
    • aufmerksam gemacht werden, daß man heute auf
    • sprechen. Man sagt: die kleinsten Lebewesen vermehren sich
    • weiter. Da könnte man nichts angeben von einem Tode, denn
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  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • note of many an observation which is made on the relation of
    • man to Life and Death to-day, we may be reminded of a
    • Such an utterance might be made by many an
    • one who is subject to the suggestive effect of the many
    • which compose the human body. He might feel himself justified
    • nitrogen, carbon, etc., which build up the human body after
    • the death of man?” Quite apart from the fact that there
    • are many people to-day who are influenced by the suggestive
    • from many an observation on the nature of death, or one which
    • establishing conceptions and ideas in the most exact manner
    • animal as of a man. To what extent this is the case shall be
    • stated that the life of man depends on the brain, lungs and
    • well remove the brain of a man and he would continue to live.
    • taken away. That is to say, that when a man is no longer able
    • natural science is not at all applicable to man in this form.
    • — even a human one — the life of man himself,
    • animals and man, because an important phenomenon is not taken
    • be adequately observed both in the animal and in man.
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag III: Menschenseele und Tierseele
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    • man geisteswissenschaftlich Leben und Dasein betrachtet, hat
    • man es in einer gewissen Beziehung allerdings nicht so leicht
    • wird nur dann nicht gemacht, wenn man sich in den
    • es sozusagen leicht wird, manches andere zu widerlegen
    • gezeigt worden ist —, wenn man sich an landläufige
    • darin ausdrücken, daß man auf dem Boden der
    • gibt heute noch weite, weite Kreise, welche — und man
    • aus dem physischen Leib, den man in der äußeren Welt
    • durch die Sinneswahrnehmung sieht, den man anerkennt in der
    • von Vorträgen ersichtlich werden weil man in die ganze Art
    • Geistesforscher sind, so kann man doch sagen, daß sich dem
    • manchem, bevor er in das Wesen der Geistesforschung eindringen
    • heraussprießen. Da man die Dinge gewöhnlich am
    • verkehrten Ende anfaßt, so hat man sich lange Zeit
    • darauf achtend, daß man den Punkt, worauf es eigentlich
    • Mensch nur durch seine Intelligenz kann. Dann wird man sich die
    • Leben heraus wirkt. Man wird sich dann ein Gefühl aneignen
    • beim Tier ausgebildet. Man hat viel gesprochen und spricht
    • beim Menschen bewußte Tätigkeit ist. Man täte
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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Animal Soul
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    • The Human Soul and the Animal Soul
    • They were published in German as:
    • HUMAN SOUL AND THE ANIMAL SOUL
    • may have noticed that the lecture today on “The Human Soul
    • time on “The Human Spirit and the Animal Spirit.” The
    • soul and spirit in animal and in man cannot be solved unless the
    • manifestation of spirit. Man would find himself involved in a strange
    • — has something to do with the things themselves. If when a man
    • it can only fail to be made when a man has given way to the
    • and we try to understand how it pours into, becomes manifest, in
    • sense we find spirit inwardly creative in man and in animal.
    • If one clings to current ideas it is easy to disavow many things and
    • make it clear that man is not a single-membered but a many-membered
    • being. There are, of course, very many people today — one can
    • that man must be thought of as composed not only of the physical body
    • science, there is a third member of the human being; namely, the
    • human being — physical body, etheric or life body, astral body
    • perceive the “higher” bodies of man just as ordinary eyes
    • man are realities, and as invisible members underlie the visible
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag IV: Menschengeist und Tiergeist
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    • werden dürfe, daß man sagt: Der Mensch ist so und so
    • widerlegen, braucht man nur darauf hinzuweisen, wie
    • Produkte hervorzubringen vermag. Man könnte wirklich
    • emanzipiert und gewissermaßen — bitte das
    • der leiblichen Organisation emanzipiert. Weil diese aber
    • Hilflosigkeit erst möglich, was man seelisch-geistige
    • wichtig, wenn man auf das Wichtige im Unterschiede zwischen
    • Mensch und Tier aufmerksam zu machen hat, daß man
    • richtigen Weise anzusehen, als daß man mit allen
    • außen an dasselbe herankommen. Da sieht man schon,
    • Organisationskräfte aufnimmt. Denn niemand wird
    • wenn man recht genau auf die menschliche Organisation
    • wenn man es mit dem Gedanken durchdringen will, nicht so ganz
    • leicht. Aber es ist tatsächlich notwendig, daß man
    • Überwindung dessen, was man das Gleichgewicht der
    • Leiblichkeit nennen kann. Wenn man genau auf den
    • der Tiere, so findet man, daß in der Tat das Tier so
    • erringen. Hier geht es auch nicht, daß man den Menschen
    • mit den nächststehenden Tieren vergleicht. Wenn man
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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Spirit and the Animal Spirit
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    • HUMAN SPIRIT AND THE ANIMAL SPIRIT
    • human life of soul and that of the animals. We realized that the
    • animal soul life may not be distinguished from that of man in such a
    • way as to justify the assertion that man is superior to the animal in
    • by man struggling to a definite stage of intelligence, are brought
    • same intelligent activity that is shown by man in the tools and
    • man. Therefore we may not speak of animal soul and human soul by
    • simply saying that the animal is to a definite extent behind man or
    • man to a definite extent in advance of the animal.
    • essential feature of man's life of soul lies in the human soul
    • being emancipated to a high degree from the immediate organism, and
    • other words, that the human soul is able to surrender itself directly
    • consideration of the spirit in man and in animal we shall have to
    • the soul in man and animal; we shall have to concern ourselves rather
    • animal spirit. It is different with man who in his life of soul
    • emancipates himself from his bodily organism. But because in the
    • however, this helplessness is the one thing that enables man to
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag V: Das Wesen des Schlafes
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    • sollen. Man hat wohl dieses Geheimnisvolle und das
    • Bedeutungsvolle des Schlafes immer gefühlt, wenn man
    • noch in maneher Beziehung zurückführen.
    • könnten sozusagen manche Philosophen an sich selber irre
    • so betrachten, wie man sie eigentlich sowohl wissenschaftlich
    • auf. Es fragt sich nun nur, ob man in ganz richtigem Sinne
    • über Leibliches und Seelisches spricht, wenn man in
    • erweist dann, wenn es vom Schlaf umfangen ist. Will man
    • man könnte auch sagen, will man die Erscheinungen des
    • muß man sich genaue Begriffe vor die Seele stellen.
    • sprechen, wie man es heute liebt. Wenn wir heute vom Wesen des
    • Gebiete mannigfach gestreift worden —, daß das, was
    • fühlen, man möchte sagen schauen, wie der Moment des
    • kann. Das sind — man möchte sagen — solche
    • trivialen Erfahrungen, wie man sie jeden Abend beim Einschlafen
    • machen kann, wenn man will.
    • ist es so, daß man wirklich sagen kann: Es wacht etwas auf
    • Moment erwacht, die wir etwa so beschreiben können: Man
    • Auflösung bringen: zunächst sieht man die Farbe noch,
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  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture V: The Nature of Sleep
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    • phenomena to which we want to dedicate this hour. Any human
    • that the human being must count to his soul experience in the
    • feelings that represent the soul drama of the human being, all
    • were in an uncertain darkness if the human being falls asleep.
    • itself in the human nature, and from which they must admit that
    • expresses itself in the bodily, the human being is as it were a
    • nature of sleep, we speak only of the sleep of the human being.
    • animal and the human being. Today it would lead too far to
    • to say in advance that I speak about the sleep of the human
    • human beings are able to speak of soul phenomena within
    • concept of consciousness, as we know it as the normal human
    • the human soul and mind? I would like to use a comparison at
    • first in order to argue about these concepts clearer. A human
    • the mirror? Perhaps, it could be with the human consciousness
    • in a somewhat enlarged scale. The human being could live, so to
    • example, it is conceivable that the human soul life continues,
    • no matter whether the human being wakes or sleeps. However, in
    • the awake state the human being perceives his soul life by a
    • soul life, as we stand in the normal human life, everything
    • essentials. While the human being wakes, he lives in such a way
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag VI: Der Geist Im Pflanzenreich
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    • wäre eine selbstgemachte Phantastik, wenn man nicht
    • man wohl sagen, daß — wenn auch nur in kleinen
    • in diesen oder jenen Daseinsformen auslebt, daran denkt man in
    • noch nicht. Man nimmt es im Grunde genommen denjenigen recht
    • zu sagen, soll die Aufgabe der heutigen Betrachtung sein. Man
    • muß gestehen, wenn man nicht von abstrakter
    • wenn man vom unbefangenen Betrachten der Wirklichkeit ausgeht
    • dann greift man nicht nur — ich möchte sagen
    • und sonstigen Zeitbildung hinein, sondern !man greift da auch
    • man sich, wenn man die naturwissenschaftlichen Begriffe
    • recht schwierigen Lage. Ja man fühlt sich in einer
    • recht schwierigen Lage, wenn man sich zu dem durchgearbeitet
    • Pflanzenleib aufgebaut ist aus kleinen — man nennt sie
    • Pflanzenleibes ausnehmen. Hatte man vorher nur die
    • sollte man darüber verwundert sein, daß eine
    • «Pflanzenseele», obwohl man sagen
    • man in Fechners Auseinandersetzungen findet, recht
    • neunzehnten Jahrhunderts. Man muß billig denken und
    • gar nicht vorstellen konnten, wie jemand da noch auf die Idee
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  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • very least the anthroposophical knowledge of man and of the cosmos in
    • the principle that the knowing human being should understand himself
    • ‘The Human Soul and the Animal Soul’
    • ‘The Human Spirit and the Animal Spirit’
    • concepts and ideas, this spiritual content through which the human
    • individualizes itself for us, how it manifests itself particularly in
    • existence, how it is active in the animal and human existence. Our
    • first to place before humanity the truth that every plant body is
    • the human spirit had penetrated by the discoveries of the nineteenth
    • human spirit. It is therefore easy to understand that even the
    • works. Not many people today experience that point. The suggestive
    • this piece of tissue is a piece of bone from a human arm, the
    • the prior existence of a human arm.
    • complete human organism. It is impossible, therefore, to speak about
    • human hair. If we wanted to explain how it may have originated there,
    • by considering it in connection with an entire human organism. By
    • consider only as belonging to a complete human organism. The plant
    • piece of human bone by itself. The common nature of plants simply
    • to a matter that may annoy many today, though it is valid
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag VII: Wie Erlangt Man Erkenntnis der Geistigen Welt?
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    • WIE ERLANGT MAN ERKENNTNIS
    • sinnbildliches Kennzeichen für diesen Weg sein, und man
    • erlangt so auch die Möglichkeit, auf mancherlei
    • Bedeutsames gerade dadurch hinzuweisen, daß man
    • mancherlei im Leben sinnbildlich wichtiger sein, als es
    • zunächst erscheinen kann. Manches, was vielleicht sonst
    • — für mich zu den mancherlei unvergeßlichen
    • saß einmal in der traulichen Wohnung von Herman
    • Herman Grimm einiges verbinden. Sie werden vielleicht den
    • Seele Herman Grimms vereinigt war. Bei einem Gespräch mit
    • Herman Grimm über den ihm ja so nahestehenden
    • antwortete Herman Grimm mit einer ablehnenden Bewegung der
    • Weg in die geistige Welt finden wollte. Herman Grimm folgte
    • auf Goethe einzugehen, daß man etwa Goethe als den
    • Kunstwerken zu verkörpern. Es lag Herman Grimm viel
    • festbegründete Erkenntnis, das war etwas, was Herman
    • es, was Herman Grimm in diese Handbewegung legte, sondern
    • Herman Grimm bei einem Wege, der uns beide von Weimar nach
    • der ja — wie die wissen, die sich mit Herman Grimm
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  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture VII: How Does One Attain Knowledge of the Spiritual World?
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    • next talks the way is discussed which the human being has to go
    • appear at first. Something that may pass the human look maybe
    • present human beings for the spiritual world. At the same time,
    • sat once in the cosy flat of Herman Grimm (1828-1901, German
    • author). Those of you who are somewhat familiar with the German
    • cultural life connect something with the name Herman Grimm. You
    • Germany was combined in the soul of Herman Grimm. In a
    • conversation with Herman Grimm about Goethe, affiliated to him,
    • relation to the rise of the human being to the spiritual world
    • this remark can be significant -, Herman Grimm answered with a
    • world in the course of these talks. Herman Grimm gladly
    • representative of a human being who really — also as an
    • the means we have today as human beings; however, we can only
    • which are great and can fulfil the human heart with warmth; but
    • knowledge, well-grounded knowledge was something that Herman
    • was not the refusal of such a kind what Herman Grimm put in
    • there may probably be such a way; nevertheless, we human beings
    • gesture represents the position just of the best human beings
    • conversation with Herman Grimm on the way from Weimar to
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag VIII: Anlage, Begabung und Erziehung des Menschen
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    • Halbheit, der Unbestimmtheit in sich tragen. Setzt man
    • entgegentreten. Und man wird die Fragen nach Anlagen,
    • betrachtet werden können, wenn man bloß im Auge
    • ab, als man gewöhnlich annimmt. Wichtiger ist es, was man
    • vergessen. Nur manchmal zeigt es sich durch ganz bestimmte
    • Mensch, wenn man nämlich die gehörigen Anstalten
    • an etwas Vergessenes erinnert, so daß man nachweisen kann,
    • herauskommt, unbequemer ist es, als wenn man
    • sich betrachten. Wenn man allerdings die Dinge durchaus trivial
    • nehmen will — manche Leute haben schon einmal die
    • Begabung, alles trivial zu nehmen —, kann man ja sagen:
    • wenn man in diesem Sinne von Individualität spricht,
    • muß man genauer darauf eingehen, muß sich bewußt
    • sein, daß, wenn man die Sachen trivial nehmen will, man
    • Schreibfeder sprechen kann. Ich kannte einen Mann, der —
    • Nur dann findet man den Lauf des Gedankens, der vorbestimmt ist
    • läßt, dann arbeitet das Kind so, wie jemand arbeitet,
    • Tätigkeit dadurch, daß man in einem gewissen Grade
    • doch machen kann, was man will, wenn man spielt, daß man
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  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture VIII: Predisposition, Talent and Education of the Human Being
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    • the human nature, which we observe not only once between birth
    • on earth, the question of the developmental basis of the human
    • our present. Since the human being of the present faces the
    • human being, the questions of this present human being easily
    • assumes something in the human nature that penetrates many
    • lives enlivening, then only the quite mysterious of this human
    • human being like something that is used by it as the outer
    • nature and the individuality of the human being are embedded
    • we face, for example, as educators an adolescent human being
    • possibilities arises or all human relations generally. We see a
    • human being entering existence at birth and assume that he/she
    • human being still works on the child after birth, how the
    • plastically malleable matter when the human being is born and
    • of the brain. Assuming that a human being is exposed helplessly
    • works on the human being. It is real like a sculptor who forms
    • surroundings of the human being.
    • a later time. For instance, can you not remember how many
    • we want to look only at oblivion. Is that what the human being
    • forgotten in the normal human life: the miraculous, first
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag IX: Zarathustra
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    • gesehen und werden noch sehen, wie sich mancherlei Fragen an
    • Erdenleben. Man könnte nämlich fragen: Was hat es
    • wieder? Wenn man aber auf der anderen Seite die menschliche
    • bedeutungsvoll, daß diese mannigfaltigen
    • anmutet, kann man sehen, wie groß die Unterschiede
    • daß man Zarathustra hinaufzuversetzen hat weit —
    • Trojanischen Krieg. Man kann schon aus dem, was die
    • Wahrnehmungen gesehen hat, wie er sie heute sieht. Man bekommt
    • um sich herum in sein Bewußtsein aufgenommen hat, wenn man
    • steht, aus dem schöpfen, was man die Erleuchtung, die
    • Wenn man nun verstehen will, was Zarathustra für die
    • Menschheit bedeutet, muß man sich darüber klar sein,
    • die große Brahman-Lehre ausgebreitet hatte, haben wir
    • versteht man nur den Unterschied zwischen dem, was von der
    • des Zarathustrismus ausging, wenn man ins Auge faßt,
    • hinaufgelangen kann. Man kann den einen Weg als den bezeichnen,
    • anderen kann man so darstellen, daß man sagt, er
    • führt ihn hinter diesen Teppich der physischen Welt. Man
    • ins Unendliche, man möchte sagen, in unendliche Fernen
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    • and published in German as,
    • of Reincarnation occupies a foremost place. The idea that the human
    • individuality has to manifest over and over again in a single
    • personality in the course of the development of mankind on the
    • generally unpopular. As we have seen and shall still see, many
    • study the evolution of human life on Earth in the light of Spiritual
    • that the human individuality passes, not only once, but many times
    • again by the individual life-germs of man. This is possible because
    • man, with all that composes his being, is connected not once and for
    • humanity have emanated and in the course of these lectures we shall
    • mankind.
    • personality such as that of Zarathustra, whose gifts to humanity, in
    • of human nature during the various epochs. Superficial opinion may
    • state that ever since man has been man, he has thought, felt and
    • Science shows us that the life of the human soul and the nature of
    • man's thought, feeling and will, have undergone great changes in the
    • course of human evolution. Human consciousness in olden times was of
    • religion, must be placed a great many centuries before Buddha. Greek
    • often pointed out, and I shall explain it further, that human
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    • understood concept, it is maintained that human individuality is
    • constrained to manifest again and again in a single personality,
    • has been previously pointed out that many and diverse questions
    • fact that the span of man’s life on earth is destined to
    • recur, not once only, but many times, and that during each
    • successive period between rebirth and death human individuality
    • persists. When we study the evolution of mankind in the light of
    • some fashion a different content, and we realize that human
    • we know that the varied influences which act upon mankind are
    • during the course of human development. A condition which is only
    • possible because man, with all that comprises his being, is
    • humanity.
    • many such Spiritual Beings who have acted as guides to mankind,
    • connected with this subject. The first human individuality to
    • personality as Zarathustra, whose gifts to mankind, as far as
    • at once realize how great is the dissimilarity in man’s
    • very beginning humanity has always had the same ideas concerning
    • teachings of Spiritual Science that during man’s
    • regards the life of the human soul, the nature of human
    • that man’s consciousness was very differently constituted
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag X: Galilei, Giordano Bruno und Goethe
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    • eigenartige Vertretung dessen zurückblicken, was man
    • — im weitesten Umfange als Wissenschaft bezeichnete. Man
    • es gerade für jene Zeit so bedeutsam, daß man
    • verständlich sein; man kann ihn nur verstehen, wenn
    • man sich in etwas ganz anderes hineinfinden kann, als was heute
    • gang und gäbe ist. Damals hätte man in jeden
    • können und man würde gehört haben, daß der,
    • wollte, nicht etwa auf das, was man in der damaligen Zeit in
    • geistiger Riese ragt dieser Aristoteles empor, wenn man den
    • war: das gab den Ton an. Was man auch vortrug: über das,
    • für eine Wahrheit in Betracht kam, darüber sagte man:
    • berief man sich in den Jahrhunderten von Giordano Bruno und
    • wie man sich heute in bezug auf das Geistige auf die
    • nicht auf die unmittelbare Beobachtung geht, so berief man sich
    • geistiger Riese. Und wenn man auch sagen müßte,
    • werden sollte, so kann man auf der andern Seite doch wieder mit
    • wenn man ihnen immer wieder den jahrtausendealten Aristoteles
    • hin, daß man sich an das große Buch der Natur, das
    • und durch den ganzen Leib verbreiteten. Das — sagte man
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    • published in German as,
    • understand by attributing to the human beings existing then a
    • review the beginnings of that epoch in our human evolution at
    • the history of human progress; and the service he rendered to
    • literally after the lapse of so many centuries, still, on the
    • clearly to man, and learn from there the meaning of the
    • investigation of the human body, carried out by means of his
    • opposite view, and he attended a demonstration on the human
    • Body of man. By which we mean the super-sensible part of human
    • nature, which is closely connected with the human physical
    • body. This Etheric body can now no longer be seen by man, the
    • power of doing so having been lost during man's progressive
    • drew his teaching from those times in which man perceived the
    • are distributed to the various activities of the human body.
    • parts and principles of human nature.
    • Man had lost
    • mankind to conceive mathematically and mechanically such an
    • arose, which was not available to the intellect of man until
    • seen that human consciousness has undergone a change; that,
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag XI: Was Hat die Geologie über Weltentstehung zu Sagen?
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    • wieder zeigt sich uns der Boden in der mannigfaltigsten Weise
    • darf man sich allerdings nicht vorstellen, daß so bequem
    • sondern man muß sich klar sein, daß zuweilen bis an
    • Laufe der Erdentwickelung die mannigfaltigsten Störungen,
    • und so weiter, — daß man sich also von da aus
    • folgendes angedeutet werden. Wenn man zum Beispiel sieht, wie
    • werden und man die Höhe einer solchen Schicht mißt,
    • so daß sich ein gewisses Maß ergibt und man sagen
    • abgelagert, — dann kann man berechnen, wie lange es
    • bedeuten haben, wenn sie auch wirklich manchmal recht kraß
    • daß Leben möglich wurde. Das alles hat man sich
    • bereits eingetreten ist — man denkt sich in der
    • betrachten, das im wesentlichen das ist, was man als Granit
    • — das Bild, das man sich heute aus der Geologie heraus
    • aber hat man nicht immer so gedacht, und es hat sich diese
    • über die Entstehung unserer Erde, den man den Streit der
    • was man erforschen kann, darauf hinweist, daß die Erde im
    • man kurz einmal mit dem Worte bezeichnen kann, das Goethe
    • man sie als winzig kleine Nadelstiche bezeichnen
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  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • Berlin, Germany
    • Germany in October of 1910 through March of 1911. The series of
    • They were published in German as:
    • mankind, not only in the field of knowledge but in the whole field of
    • human progress. But it would be particularly depressing if spiritual
    • to arouse human interest in the deepest sense of the word, but also
    • surface-layer, too, we discover very manifold variations when we
    • the earth's development manifold disturbances have occurred through
    • in layers still younger than the tertiary layers, man.
    • Some idea of the methods applied and of the manner in which research
    • the course of so and so many years, and if by measuring the thickness
    • reckoned how many years it has taken for that layer to be deposited
    • really sometimes rather pronounced and amount to many billions of
    • rock-formation. A man of his calibre was bound to contemplate the
    • become attuned to higher contemplations of nature; and as the human
    • loveliness, I say, overcomes the man who wants to open his soul only
    • from our human point of view we call perfect today, we come to ever
    • were quite tiny beings today, standing within a human organism: if,
    • not those which appertain to the animal, plant, or human organism.
    • the substances appertaining today to the plant, animal and human
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag XII: Hermes
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    • altägyptischen Geisteslebens, man möchte
    • empfunden, wenn man sich in dieses altägyptische
    • wir sagen: der andere Grund ist der, daß — man mag
    • muß man sich an das erinneren, was schon öfter
    • Bewußtsein unterliegt erst recht dem, was man mit dem
    • Zwischenzustand, der nur, man möchte sagen,
    • eine geistige Welt liegt, hindeuteten. Man darf sagen,
    • gewöhnlichen Tageslebens gibt, wo man nur die Augen
    • niedrigsten bildhaften Vorstellungen eines Reiches, das man da
    • daß es eine alte Zeit gegeben hat, in welcher man tiefer
    • Thoth. Verstehen aber kann man diesen Weisen nur, wenn
    • man begreift, was die Ägypter gerade unter dem
    • menschlichem Leib und Tierkopf und in der mannigfaltigsten
    • anderer, der so weit ging, daß man heilige Tiere
    • anerkannte, die eine tiefe Verehrung genossen, in denen man
    • weil man sonst sagen könnte, er habe das Tier
    • Eine solche Legende muß man nicht bloß allegorisch
    • wenn man solche Gestalten wie Osiris und Isis dahin
    • auslegen will, daß man in Osiris von vornherein die Sonne,
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    • and published in German as,
    • life of humanity as it advances from one epoch to another, rising
    • another is that man of the present day feels, whether he likes it or
    • of their whole nature as human beings.
    • consciousness have unfolded in humanity. Our consciousness to-day,
    • world of form subject to these laws but man's qualities of soul and
    • during sleep. Traces of this consciousness of prehistoric man are now
    • that of prehistoric man, as well as the clairvoyance acquired by true
    • man's spiritual achievements — the strange stories related in
    • that in the course of evolution there have been many transitional
    • consciousness of modern man. The ancient clairvoyance grew dim and
    • perceptible to lower clairvoyance. Then, so far as humanity in
    • life, a vision enabling man to see into the spiritual world. But they
    • was called by the name of HERMES. And when in later times a man came
    • in forms not wholly human; we often find human bodies and animals
    • heads, or an amalgamation of human and animal forms. Wonderful
    • Egypt was subject to Rome, any Roman who had killed a cat was in
    • made on modern man by the Pyramids, standing on their four-cornered
    • inhabited by human beings. Osiris is represented in the legend as the
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    • follow the gradual development of man’s spirit, from epoch
    • namely, present-day man, although living in times of broader and
    • and mysterious manner, connected with his very aims and
    • It is indeed significant that a man of such
    • attempt to discover the manner of the passing of the planets
    • your own human observation and senses; you have neither
    • successive periods of man’s development he gradually
    • intellect, did not always exist. Deep down, underlying all human
    • disposition of man’s soul. It follows, that we can only
    • by slumber. Hence, the primeval consciousness of prehistoric man
    • and its symbolical manifestations had reference, not to our
    • of primitive man, as well as that acquired to-day through those
    • activities of mankind, will find in these strange stories a
    • during the gradual course of evolution, mankind passed through
    • many transitionary stages between that of the consciousness of
    • higher realms were slowly closed, so that the pictures manifested
    • in so far as humanity in general was concerned, and man’s
    • mankind.] And we have learnt that it was to this end that this
    • through this gift man was enabled to behold the spiritual realms.
    • possible for mankind to look upon a Spirit-World; to question
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag XIII: Buddha
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    • eigentlich, wenn man auf das Wesentliche sieht, doch nicht in
    • so, wie wenn man etwa sagen wollte: Man könnte das beste
    • einleuchten, daß es so ist, wenn man bedenkt, daß
    • Schon eine, man möchte sagen oberflächliche
    • sagen: Man muß solch ein Wissen, solch eine Weisheit
    • Äußerlichkeit, wenn man gerade den Buddhismus
    • Wissen, sondern das, was man nennen könnte: innerste
    • werden können, wenn man einen solchen Urzustand des
    • erforscht und was — wie es an manchem anderen gezeigt
    • Befreiung von der Sinnesweit. Nur wenn man diese
    • Geisteslebens, kann man begreifen, wie auf dem Boden Indiens
    • unserem geistigen Blick aufleuchtet. Verstehen kann man die
    • Aufstieg von einem Bodhisattva — der man durch die
    • Krankheit und Tod. Etwas anderes muß es sein. Man kann
    • Zerstörtes, Krankheit und Tod und manches andere, was sich
    • führte gerade zu der Erleuchtung, die man nennt die
    • gewonnen werden kann, wenn man sich völlig
    • wiedergeboren zu werden? Es ist die Welt, die man nur
    • dann richtig bezeichnen kann, wenn man sich sagt: Im Sinne des
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    • of special interest in the study of human evolution; for an
    • age many people feel an inherent desire to understand what really
    • entered human evolution through all that is connected with the name
    • The Education of the Human Race
    • that man's sojourn on earth may become fruitful if earthly lives are
    • essence of Buddhism is that it urges man to strive for such knowledge
    • must again remind you of the law of human evolution which we
    • the whole constitution of man's soul has passed through different
    • evolution of mankind, and when with the help of Spiritual Science we
    • of man's consciousness in those early times was very different indeed
    • In normal human life to-day
    • man. In those early times the nature of the soul was such that in a
    • condition midway between waking and sleeping, man gazed into all that
    • away before the soul of man. These pictures were not as void of
    • Prehistoric man, gazing into the super-sensible worlds with this
    • to-day man knows with certainty that his blood is composed of
    • prehistoric man knew that, so far as his soul and Spirit were
    • certain phenomena in human history, of which external facts also
    • speak, can only be understood if this spiritual origin of man's
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    • interesting to all who follow the course of human evolution,
    • religion, or perhaps more correctly, the longing felt by many for
    • Great Buddha, which have found their way into the course of human
    • conception of reincarnation, presented in a manner both lofty and
    • of Mankind, which is regarded as the most matured and mellow
    • human existence there is ever an inner voice, which in actual
    • Buddhism that man must ever strive to obtain such knowledge and
    • law in human evolution which we met with when we were considering
    • whole condition and character of man’s soul changed, while
    • documents, represent as far as man is concerned, only a
    • comparatively late phase in the evolution of humanity. If,
    • that a certain condition of soul was common to primitive man,
    • whereby the normal state of human consciousness was quite other
    • consciousness, which leads to the manner in which, during the
    • course of our normal human life, we now regard all things around
    • of the human soul, and in which mankind assumed a state between
    • superperceptual creations and events. Mankind had in connection
    • dream-like clairvoyance, prehistoric man could gaze far into the
    • Just as present-day man is now convinced through
    • universe, so was prehistoric man confident that his soul and
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag XIV: MOSES
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    • manches an die Oberfläche geworfen hat, was in
    • schwierig gemacht wird. Das kann man schon an dem Schicksal der
    • ihren Stil, auf das, was man über ihre Herkunft
    • nichts an die Seite stellen. Dennoch kann man etwas Tragisches
    • uns eigentlich — wenn man so sagen darf — die Bibel
    • man sie voll verstanden hat, nach ihrem Ursprung zu fragen? Das
    • eine Schilderung ganz anderer Art, die man nur schwer von dem
    • handeln. Wenn man sich aber in diese
    • Eigentümlichkeit hineinlebt, lernt man
    • jetzt charakterisiert worden ist. Das findet man im Grunde
    • Erkennens, des Seelenwirkens erreicht haben, und man macht sich
    • vertraut mit einem solchen Stil, wenn man sich immer mehr und
    • man in bezug auf die Auffassung der Bibel zuweilen recht sehr
    • zu weit gegangen ist. Wenn man zum Beispiel ins Auge faßt
    • des Christenturns gelebt hat, Philo, dann sieht man, wie
    • Moses. Aber man kann diese Mission des Moses nicht verstehen,
    • wenn man nicht voraussetzt, daß im Grunde genommen der
    • Legenden der alten Zeiten erhalten geblieben sind. Wenn jemand
    • fragt: Wie kann man das alte hellseherische Bewußtsein
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    • preceding talks, we faced phenomena which interest us as human
    • development of humanity with our soul life and can understand
    • conscientious research, the serious science unveiled many
    • natural sciences — that hardly any branch of human
    • scholarship, of serious scientific striving demands such deep
    • Bible up which revived it in the human hearts and souls for
    • living course of human development who had to bring something
    • highest, most important to humanity. If we feel that we still
    • It is the fact that the development of humanity experienced a
    • in ancient times the human soul was able to behold in a
    • different kind of human consciousness for the origin of myths
    • of human consciousness that beheld the spiritual world in
    • the ancient mythology is taken from another state of human
    • one considers the human development in its depths.
    • tribe, every human race, as they appear in the course of the
    • human development, so to speak, a certain mission is assigned.
    • most manifold missions were handed over to the most various
    • understand this human development that it is not a futile
    • human development. Hence, any form of consciousness enjoys life
    • the whole sense of human development enjoys life in successive
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    • facts which are of interest to us as human beings, because we
    • evolution of humanity. It is only when we look back to those
    • workings of those impulses which emanated from this great
    • which arise, because of the manner in which the Bible tradition
    • There is scarcely a single branch of human
    • scholarly manner, in order that it might be understood. Hence, in
    • of mankind for thousands of years.
    • manner in which they actually occurred, as viewed from the
    • with many of the graphic narratives found in the Bible; more
    • interpretations being much too liberal in many cases.
    • of human evolution, and whose mission it was to enlighten mankind
    • specific knowledge of a certain fundamental change in man’s
    • of evolution the soul-life of man has gradually undergone a
    • times the soul of man was so constituted that during certain
    • manifested as pictures or visions; and it is these visions that
    • in many cases have been perpetuated in the form of mythological
    • a by-gone condition of human consciousness in which man could
    • mankind.
    • manner in which Bible narratives are expressed. It appears that a
    • connection with the evolution and development of man; and that
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  • Title: Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft: Vortrag XV: Was Hat die Astronomie Ãœber Weltentstehung Zu Sagen?
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    • spricht, so daß man sagen darf: Es liegt etwas
    • herauskommt, mandiem so erscheinen, als ob eine Blume der
    • Charakter der Himmelswelt. Während man sich
    • ansehen sollen, während man sich auf diese
    • Sterne einzudringen; so daß man seit jener Zeit eine auf
    • unserer Erde finden. So darf man sagen, daß seit der Mitte
    • gleichen Wirkungen geschickt werden, kann man darauf
    • Wärmewirkungen und so weiter gar mancher Rest, wenn
    • kann, die man hypothesenhaft im neunzehnten Jahrhundert immer
    • Moleküle. Man dachte sich ja im neunzehnten
    • werden müssen. So setzte man voraus, daß
    • man — wie man viele Sterne im Weltenraum hat —
    • überall, wohin man den Blick richtet, als gleichsam
    • Gruppen bilden dann die Moleküle. Aber wenn man in
    • könnte, so hätte man im winzig kleinsten
    • Es hatte etwas Verlockendes für manche Denker des
    • in manchem Geist ein merkwürdiges Bild: Wenn wir in
    • draußen finden; und könnte man in die kleinsten
    • Menschen sehen, so würde man zuletzt
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    • say: one can understand that the human soul hopes to get
    • of the boldness of the human thinking that if we look at the
    • as human beings within a material world with its laws, with its
    • What now the human being could invent as a kind of worldview as
    • such a picture appeared to the human mind that strove for
    • worldview seized numerous human beings. It was very instructive
    • — as one has many stars in space — here are as it
    • if we look into the human brain, it also consists of materials
    • able to look into the smallest things of the human brain, in
    • seventies Emil Du Bois-Reymond (1815-1896, German naturalist)
    • the natural phenomena and the human organism. Then we would
    • would like to point to something that faced me many years ago.
    • I knew a headmaster who was an excellent man, also as a
    • was very interesting what this man tried in a certain ingenious
    • shake this too? Indeed, this man succeeded — without
    • Conference of German Naturalists and Physicians in Leipzig on
    • explained the human soul life scientifically if he had
    • human being to let appear a human brain. At the same time,
    • gigantic human brain, so that we could walk in it like in a
    • space! If it is true and we imagine the human brain so
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    • most resplendent stars in the firmament of man’s spiritual
    • humanity in olden times has endured even to the present day. The
    • mankind; but, nevertheless, this significant figure appears
    • man’s evolution are not merely dependent upon those ideas
    • enlightenment which came to him was passed on to mankind through
    • many other cases it can be proved that primary causes and
    • enfoldment of human existence, cannot be identified with normal
    • to the hearts and souls of mankind.
    • evidence concerning the progress of man’s historical
    • same time to present an example of the manner in which
    • facts connected with the growth and development of mankind, which
    • attention to the manner in which they are depicted in the ancient
    • sketchy manner, because an exposition involving detailed proofs
    • would require many hours for its complete presentation. To those
    • enduring many and varied forms of privation. We must recall the
    • attribute of man in primeval times had by no means entirely
    • must regard King Ahab as a man who only under exceptional
    • olden times such manifestations were much more in evidence and
    • with human destiny.
    • But no man knew rightly, or had indeed any idea, in what way this
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    • interprets such fundamental problems as that of the origin of man and
    • that even in the problem of man’s origin, contemporary
    • question of man’s origin — answers which lead back not to
    • world-history, man’s capacity to evolve a conception of the
    • many ways with those of the Gnosis. Such a criticism can only be made
    • to sketch this evening, is in many respects an advance upon all that
    • it. The Gnosis has of course many aspects, many nuances in its
    • not only immanent in the whole evolution of humanity, but also in
    • origin of man led us back to a form still hovering in spiritual
    • how during the course of evolution, man, proceeding from a purely
    • man’s being back through the ages, leads to external, animal
    • wholly spiritual origin. In those regions where spiritual man dwelt
    • this aright it must be said: The Gnosis conceived that while man was
    • — as man’s Divine Companion, but Who did not descend with
    • According to the Gnosis, therefore, humanity passed
    • the region of pure Spirit while man was passing through his evolution
    • Being must not be sought in the region to which man belongs as a
    • humanity, for it was then that the Christ — having held back
    • His own development while man had long since descended into the
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    • The Origin of Man
    • matters connected with man’s origin, that as a matter of
    • Science, which traces man’s origin back to spiritual forms,
    • Christ-Movement into the world’s history, man’s power
    • humanity which was occupied with such thoughts.
    • beneath a mantle of gnostic notions; such an assertion could only
    • In many ways the concepts of the Spiritual
    • are many different points of view in connection with this by-gone
    • humanity, but with the surrounding world of the cosmos taken in
    • Man we found that we were taken back to a form of humanity which
    • earth’s evolution, mankind, starting from a purely
    • denser form which we now call man; and that owing to the
    • merely follows man’s earthly history backwards, his
    • region in which mankind hovered before he had assumed his
    • gnostic point of view, that when man had so far developed as to
    • companion of man or ‘alter ego’, in the form of an
    • mankind was destined to undergo a process of continued
    • realms while mankind undergoes his period of material evolution,
    • so that during the whole time of man’s earthly history, the
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    • The Relation of the Human Being to the Supersensible Worlds
    • Human History in the Light of Spiritual Investigation.
    • Relation of the Human Being to the Supersensible Worlds
    • supersensible worlds today, one still meets many a
    • supersensible world in any sense. If one even demanded as it
    • whole human life from this knowledge of the supersensible world
    • to gain power in our so complex life for the demands of the
    • cannot deny that the present human being demands scientific
    • to admit now that today many circles completely deny any
    • that find, but many representatives just in our time with those
    • deliver is enough to give the human being an satisfying view of
    • not enough for the indelible need for knowledge of the human
    • world riddles that still say that the human cognitive faculties
    • discuss programmatically whether the human being can get a
    • sciences — that the human being must have such a relation to the
    • admitted that it is no arbitrariness of the human soul to
    • fact out of a range of many facts and initiate that what I want
    • science also disproves most seriously, what many popular
    • to exclude any idea of the human being of a supersensible
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture II: Death and Immortality
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    • caused in the personal needs of the human soul, which have
    • body. It will rather concern this: how has human knowledge to
    • nature of our whole human individuality in it as something that
    • remains for the human knowledge regarding death and
    • in that by Jacques Loeb (1859–1924, German-American biologist)
    • but also of the highest, the human being in the laboratory was
    • abolished from any consideration of humanity and the
    • in the development of the human being and humanity.
    • The purely materialistic view of the human
    • life says: there we see a human being entering the earthly
    • this and that way, and we see the human being gradually growing
    • up from a clumsy being to a human being who familiarises
    • because one cannot explain everything that appears in the human
    • elements that should explain the human life consist only of
    • comes into the human life by the inherited qualities of the
    • back everything that the human being can realise in his life
    • human beings are who were either genii or idiots, wise men or
    • qualities, which are found with any human being, and that one
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  • Title: Lecture: Prophecy -- Its Nature and Meaning
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    • Lichtenberg, a great German humourist, as a kind of rejoinder: “In
    • nowadays to many things in the domain of Spiritual Science. It seems
    • other branches of Spiritual Science — in many of them at least
    • element of human egoism, there its dangers begin. And in what realm
    • human mind, namely, desire to penetrate the darkness of the future,
    • concerning very intimate regions of the human soul. The search for
    • knowledge concerning the deeper interests of the human soul has met
    • with so many disappointments that earnest, serious science nowadays
    • the future. As will be known to many of you, the historian Kemmerich
    • regarded as so dubious a path of human endeavour. Only a few
    • positions of the stars, and the life of man. All prophesying in those
    • reminds us that in our day too, many people are still convinced that
    • ordinary life. The human being was thus given over to other Powers,
    • people. Because they experienced some thing superhuman, something
    • in some way with definite states of consciousness to which a man can
    • which a man rises above his own personality. The astrologer is given
    • man's life and, according to certain traditional observations
    • human life, predicts from these calculations what will transpire in
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture IV: From Paracelsus to Goethe
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    • Einsiedeln was prepared to welcome many pilgrims. At that time,
    • first: the birthplace of the famous, in many respects also
    • first one saw meadows with many flowers and grazing cows all
    • around in a strange place where many ways crossed. One could
    • remembered another picture which I already had many years ago
    • the human beings are who have not completely separated
    • life: “Let no man belong to another who can belong to
    • us this man mental-plastically. Hence, we can understand that
    • Germany, Austria, Western and Southern Europe, Poland, Holland,
    • nature is a uniform, but she speaks in many languages, and just
    • himself: with its surroundings, the whole human organism is
    • connected. One cannot understand the human body and soul as the
    • same everywhere; at least one does not recognise the human
    • his look deeply penetrating into the spiritual how the human
    • fine substances are different which compose the human organism,
    • depending on whether the human being lives, for example, in
    • Hungary, in Spain or in Italy, and nobody recognises the human
    • on the fireside bench. He realised that the human being has to
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  • Title: Lecture: The Hidden Depths of Soul Life
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    • translation from the German of Notes unrevised by the lecturer.
    • Lecture 5 of 16 from the lecture series: Human History in the Light
    • even if not always apparent in man's daily life — can often be
    • all this man — however well he believes he knows himself —
    • be traced to depths unknown to ordinary perception. Such is man's life
    • cannot view man as so simple a being as people so often see him, the
    • consider man as only composed of what the eye first sees, or as
    • outer perception and science can master — that is to say, man's
    • we may call the next member of man's being — the etheric or
    • science affirms that the forces and substances belonging to man's
    • first appears in man's physical body after he passes through the gate
    • of death. Man brings these forces and substances into the physical
    • to man's physical body, we mention a higher one too. For in life
    • divisions appear everywhere, and man is obviously twofold in so far as
    • we awake, but vanish, leaving no trace, when we fall asleep. When a man
    • the physical world. This means that when the man lies on his bed we
    • distinguishing these four parts of man. By examining without prejudice
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  • Title: Lecture: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • this is, at the very least, the knowledge of man and of the cosmos in so far
    • acceptable to many of our contemporaries we may count that of repeated
    • earth lives, and the echoing-on into a man's later earth-life of causes going
    • usually comprised under such names as human fortune or misfortune,
    • words with such manifold meanings. It is only necessary to utter these two
    • words and immediately the sensitive judgment of man's heart will respond
    • may be in a man's life. This element of enigma can certainly not be solved
    • it. Who can doubt that in man's soul there is a definite urge to be in a
    • amount of disharmony may be expressed when sometimes a man must say
    • significance for all we have to say about the value of human life, about the
    • value too of the forces forming the foundation of human life.
    • to become a maid-servant. Then a nice, suitable young man whom the girl
    • of human misfortune, and of how it sometimes actually seemed as if a
    • human being were pursued by misfortune from his birth, not only to his
    • single human life only were taken into account. Ordinary habits of thought
    • may at least be challenged to look beyond a single human life, when we have
    • concept of the value of human life can fit in with what this life went
    • that apart from mankind there is much outside in the world that may indeed
    • remind us of man's individual accordance or discordance with it, but that
    • with analogous occurrences outside mankind. Suppose that the crystal,
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture VII: The Prophet Elijah
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    • impulses of human evolution which the outer history reports,
    • but that the human soul processes are the most important moving
    • actions. At many other places we can also prove that human
    • actions of history, but into the human soul, into the human
    • what was told about the historical evolution of humanity in
    • research because proving discussions would take many hours. I
    • manifold miseries, one has to remind of the Philistine distress
    • clairvoyance that was a mental quality of the human beings in
    • kind of clairvoyant, while we have to see in King Ahab a man
    • say that his name caused certain feelings of thrill in many
    • knew how the man is to be found in the physical world, in the
    • supersensible forces in the evolution of the human being and of
    • humanity. — However, one also knew that the time approached
    • with that invisible supersensible of which the human being
    • human life how the Jahveh God was working.
    • working in such a way that he rewards the human beings; he is
    • work, because they saw how he treated the human beings, because
    • penetrated by a higher understanding of the human beings saying
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture VIII: The Origin of the Human Being
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    • Origin of the Human Being
    • origin of the human being must be of the highest interest to
    • of the origin of the human being with immense interest from all
    • rise as the worldview the question of the origin of the human
    • the broadest circles, on a German naturalists' meeting,
    • question of the origin of the human being — Ernst Haeckel
    • human being. He represented not only the relationship of the
    • human being his form and life
    • represented the immediate origin of the human being from the
    • from the animal orders the order of the human being has
    • in such a way that with many people like a firm dogma, in
    • knowledge who completely accepts the assertion that the human
    • old views of a direct origin of the human being from the animal
    • The Descent of Man
    • in a bygone time the human being has gradually developed from
    • being as ancestor of the human being which had four limbs which
    • being with which also the today's feet of the human being were
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  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of the Animal World in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • at present to explain the origin of man spiritual-scientifically
    • for the human observation — at least seemingly — than
    • everything concerning nature and essence of man, so on the other hand
    • more and more complicated living beings have developed up to man.
    • But in contradiction to this idea many philosophers of recent time have
    • above Gustav Theodor Fechner, a man of genius in many ways, belongs.
    • Yes, we even must say that just the (human?) spirits having struck
    • manner: (in this way) we succeeded in tracing today's various
    • from the Creator. As we can know from Darwin's whole manner of
    • able to transform itself to complicated and manifold forms. —
    • just significant for the way and manner characteristic for earlier
    • influencing their manner of life don't change, and as the
    • His will? Or could we decide the way and manner in which he has done
    • in whatsoever manner He May have accomplished His Will, nothing can
    • we see that this man has thereby pointed out to himself his program
    • has emanated out of this Will of the Creator and what issues forth in
    • become bees. Indeed, this man at the head of the erudition of his
    • higher level in normal man, and on the highest one in the human
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture X: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • consideration has seized many people, just from the scientific
    • the origin of the human being’,
    • human being and similar matters into the light of the habitual
    • the origin of the human being, actually, the theoretical views
    • research whereas just the question of the origin of the human
    • what prevails as habitual ways of thinking with many people and
    • Christian movement in world history, the human imaginative
    • human beings.
    • evening exceeds everything in many respects that the old gnosis
    • are many points of view and shadings of the gnosis, but to the
    • humanity but also with the whole development of the universe
    • origin of the human being to that spiritual figure which did
    • We have realised that the human being gradually descended to
    • that compressed being that we know as the present human being.
    • human being backward, gets to outer animal forms, while
    • spiritual origin of the human being. In that region in which
    • the human being lived before he assumed material existence
    • While the human being kept on developing and began enclosing
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture XI: Human History, Present, and Future in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • It is a prominent trait of the human being
    • to want to orient himself in the human development to get a
    • present life. The human being has often to put questions to
    • of the human development may originate from his desires and
    • certainly healthy to put these questions. Since the human being
    • the consideration of the human development accepts a form that
    • Education of the Human Race
    • the development of humanity. One can distinguish an old period
    • in which humanity had to follow moral impulses and commandments
    • by the spiritual-divine forces intends that humanity gets
    • earth for the human soul because for him the human development
    • human soul lives in a former period and takes up certain
    • impulses during it, how does it comply with the sense of human
    • Education of the Human Race.
    • a profound insight of nature and human being Lessing's
    • show humanity as a whole in his
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture XII: Copernicus and His Time in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • humanity has ever experienced as far as the historical memory
    • thinking of the human beings that, indeed, hardly something
    • of this planet, of the sun, of the whole universe. The human
    • this spiritual wave descended upon humanity, one does not at
    • necessary to realise that hardly any idea of humanity seized
    • the whole human education and culture in such relatively short
    • human being has to learn the Copernican world system as one of
    • the human spirit?
    • Human History, Present, and Future in the Light of Spiritual Science.
    • What appeared to us as the biggest event of human
    • generally inaccessible to the human reason but only to faith.
    • the human being can attain by research and science. If one sees
    • human reason cannot enclose everything that we find in the
    • distinctly that not only the human physical body, but also the
    • spiritual-mental of the human being are born out of the
    • universe. The human body because the matter is spread out in
    • basis, which I have said in the last talk, the whole human
    • development proceeded in such a way that humanity originated
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  • Title: Lecture: Death in Man, Animal, and Plant
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    • IN MAN, ANIMAL, AND PLANT
    • and in human society; here the opinion has repeatedly been expressed
    • discussion, there is no need to agree with the many cheap attacks on
    • behind life — than to many facile explanations springing from
    • way. Apart from many separate attempts which have been made, analyses
    • in a similar case, concerning the explanations of the origin of man:
    • in connection with Spiritual Science. This is Metschnikoff, the man
    • every ending of life in the animal, vegetable or human kingdom is to
    • place in the evolution of mankind — to carry out investigations
    • death in the plant world, the animal world, and the human world. But
    • similar in plant, animal, and man. We may see where this leads, by a
    • into German by Professor J. Rosenthal. In the first pages of this
    • Physiology says something to this effect: The life of man is
    • thirdly if the action of the heart is inhibited, man's death
    • the human organism are inhibited, the death of the living human being
    • say: The life of a man when he cannot use his brain in the physical
    • world cannot for a human being really be called a continuance of
    • life. It must be admitted that life is ended for a man when that for
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture XIV: The Self-Education of the Human Being
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    • Self-Education of the Human Being
    • will certainly ascribe more and more importance to the human
    • latter, but generally for every human being.
    • education which the human being can grant to himself, that
    • means that education where the human being is educator and
    • education of the child, of the young human being, from the
    • young human being we get around to accepting certain main
    • maturity of this human being. There we realise that about up to
    • prejudices and look only at the real development of the human
    • these human beings without intervening with any pale
    • If we pursue the young human being up to
    • that stands over him what the human being himself can be at
    • Not before these periods are over, the human being arrives at
    • impulse which is also for the young human being in such a way
    • history, and that other human ideals are given to him that he
    • If the human being has to become his own
    • him. But if the human being has to become his own educator,
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  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • considered worthy of the human soul — the doctrine he
    • his masterly treatise, ‘The Education of the Human
    • repeated earthly lives experienced by the human soul, and
    • doctrine, so obvious in primeval days to the soul of man and
    • this doctrine be less true than many other doctrines which in
    • for the human soul, Lessing says we might well expect that
    • any unprejudiced man, willing to let the true nature of the
    • human soul from accepting the doctrine of repeated earthly
    • would seem to be of no significance for human consciousness
    • That, for many souls, is certainly one of the objections to
    • abilities, or the reverse. Many souls may well exclaim:
    • involved?’ This is what could be called a man's sense
    • study of eternity and of man's soul in connection with it, it
    • German philosopher Hegel about eternity — how if
    • eternity belongs by nature to the human soul, it must
    • we seek it in man's soul, if we seek to know how eternity
    • effect in our next life on Earth. We must think of the human
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture XVI: Darwin and the Supersensible Research
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    • Human History in the Light of Spiritual Investigation.
    • On 13 October 1882, a dying man went from a
    • wanted to meet him as agreed in Pisa again. A strange man whose
    • condition. Lonely the man died, as he had lived lonely long
    • life. A strange man. He inquired his pedigree. Now we may
    • An Essay on the Inequality of the Human Races)
    • man not a single one but the consciousness of Western humanity
    • contained in it that were odd to many people. But for those who
    • to the way in which an excellent man had to think at the middle
    • Gobineau received with his many posts as diplomat, above all in
    • humanity took its origin from some original human types, which he saw at the starting
    • point of human evolution, at different places of the earth,
    • human types of different figure and different value. To each of
    • these human types he ascribed as it were a certain inner wealth
    • in the fact, that these original human types, as long as they
    • these original human types intermingled a certain equality of
    • effect in the human culture in that which arises from the
    • different, unequal human types or races. After his view the
    • idea of equality flooded humanity in the course of time, the
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  • Title: Lecture Series: Jacob Boehme
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    • published in German as,
    • to this day in the deepest manner, and will probably occupy the
    • thinking and feeling of human beings for a long time to
    • matter. Precisely through the manifestations of his
    • of humanity on the basis of the immediate conditions, so to
    • in this manner really to acquire much for the understanding of
    • Many, therefore, have professed the opinion that in Jacob
    • that many a turn of expression, many a way of presenting his
    • that we have to do here with a human being who could descend to
    • different human being, about whom the world will break out in
    • with a permanently abnormal condition of the soul. But Jacob
    • conception, take place with a human soul. He did not become,
    • from day to clay pursuing his trade in his sober manner.
    • few copies of the manuscript of Aurora were made and
    • good-natured man on the whole, who could not quite
    • many a reader may fare strangely. Some have said that Jacob
    • modern man, who lives only in the cultural life of our time,
    • content of Jacob Boehme's works, but also in his whole manner
    • to it. But then there still remains for many persons something
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    • heraus: eine solche menschliche Wesenheit, von der man erst
    • Dieses Gefühl hat man insbesondere bei Raffael.
    • Herman Grimm, der bedeutsame Kunstbetrachter, von dem
    • bis in unsere Tage hereinzieht. Hat Herman Grimm so gezeigt,
    • über Raffaels Schaffen, so möchte man auf der andern
    • Man
    • möchte man sagen, daß in einer gewissen Beziehung die
    • und Legende entsprungen sind. Daher möchte man sagen:
    • empfinden, wenn man das eben Gesagte ins geistige Auge
    • faßt. Da gewahrt man erst, wie es einen Sinn hat, daß
    • naturgemäße Weise durch mancherlei Betrachten von
    • was sich mir selbst ergeben hat nach mancherlei Anschauen und
    • einzugehen. Das kann man nur, wenn man in der Lage ist, durch
    • der Empfindung zusammen. Man trägt, wenn man Raffael
    • Seele. Und dann mag man wohl fragen: Wie nimmt sich dieser
    • Raffael innig zusammenhängt, wenn man ihn auf sich wirken
    • eigentümlichen Welt, von der man sagen kann, daß zwar
    • innerlich Abgesondertes zwar, aber als etwas, was man empfand,
    • wenn man die Sinne nach außen lenkte. Nicht in den Dingen,
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  • Title: Lecture Series: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Translated by Rick Mansell
    • published in German as,
    • by the lecturer, by Rick Mansell. It was edited for better clarity
    • figures in the spiritual [area] of mankind who rise[s] like a star. These
    • depths of the spiritual evolution of humanity and then disappear, when
    • spiritual history of man. On closer observation it becomes evident that
    • life of mankind, like a limb in a great organism. This is especially
    • Hermann Grimm, the eminent
    • evolution of humanity has proceeded since the creations of Raphael, and on
    • not at some time reflected in the human soul, celebrating its own higher
    • existence for the first time in the experiences of this human soul?”
    • when he speaks of “the Education of the Human Race” assume
    • flows through the evolution of humanity, flashing up in figures like
    • the spiritual evolution of humanity is perceived with special vividness
    • first time what it means that the being of man should appear again and
    • of humanity. Spiritual Science is seeking the meaning and purpose in the
    • evolution of mankind. It does not merely seek to portray the consecutive
    • events of human evolution in one straight, continuous line, but to
    • interpret the various epochs in such a way that the human soul, appearing
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    • from the original German by Ruth Pusch; the December 1908 lecture was
    • lectures appear in the German as Märchendichtungen im Lichte der
    • can call the true fairy tale mood lies deep down within the human
    • the springs that have given rise through centuries of human history
    • springs of the folk soul or from single human hearts. They flow out
    • flow, deep down in human soul nature, we can be completely sure that
    • everything lying down there in the human soul is so new, so original,
    • insights into the human soul. No, as soon as he had won these insights,
    • Aesthetic Education of Man.
    • to do, I would have to give many lectures. Today it will be possible
    • shows us how the human soul experiences the gigantic powers of fate
    • the way into the uniqueness of a human soul, it is nevertheless quite
    • when tragic drama affects us, it is because a human being is brought
    • integrated in human experience that it has to do with the
    • comprehensive truth of all mankind. It is not about some special
    • unfathomable spiritual relationships belonging to the human soul. It
    • tragic drama. But far more difficult are the quite common human
    • slight degree: it is the battle of the single, lonely human soul
    • asleep. The human soul withdraws from the sense world and from the
    • perceived by the soul spiritually. In its depths many things are
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    • receive the impression that every form of the human soul and
    • completely under water in the floors. Many other things intervened
    • remain for the universal consciousness of man of the mighty
    • mankind, working everywhere with a fresh life force, contemplating
    • and look at this picture of Leonardo as an old man — this face
    • Ser Pietro of Vinci — and of a peasant woman who then entirely
    • enormous amount of life force there must have been in this human
    • the human form, he would enlarge a single limb, to ascertain how in
    • the natural size this limb was dovetailed into the whole human
    • we find in Leonardo. Drawings of his have been preserved (many the
    • works of his pupils, but many by himself as well) in which he has
    • peculiarities of some animal or man. If he had to paint a battle, he
    • Moreover, we have the feeling that this man lived in the fullness of
    • from fifteen to sixteen years at these two works. To be sure, many
    • the manner in which birds fly, are among the most original existing
    • hundred different positions, and in the course of many years he
    • dead matter should be a manifestation of life, as it reveals itself
    • this way one says to oneself: in this man there lived an enormous
    • amount that he could not reveal outwardly to mankind; the external
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    • and Ahriman, the role of fear, and the polar tendencies toward
    • great significance in every realm of human endeavor and investigation
    • soul, man can fall into untruth on the path of spiritual
    • In the recent lectures it was described how the human being,
    • life. Every human being who wishes to evolve upward to a view of the
    • observe objects in their reality, leads man to see facts and beings
    • many false ways. This is, as it were, the first important point in
    • damage in this striving is everything that overcomes man in ordinary
    • appear when man, through appropriate meditation, through
    • others that one is trying directly to intensify one can call human
    • human self-love, this sense of self, only when one goes through a
    • deep within the human soul this self-love slumbers. As has been
    • unbearable, impossible in an actual development of the human soul.
    • and not as emanations from its own being? Because the human being
    • he himself brings forth as a reality. If a human being leaves the
    • that actually does not exist at all in man's
    • free will in ordinary life. If man in ordinary life undertakes to do
    • doesn't want to do it. One must say that in ordinary life man
    • appropriate exercises for a spiritual training is for man, at a
    • must overtake the human soul in a dangerous way — not an
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    • humanity, as the different confessions exiled Copernicanism for
    • cannot achieve anything against that what culture demands just
    • man would not understand how deeply not only in the contents,
    • argue nothing against the entitled demands of science in the
    • course of these talks. Humanity saw this science emerging, saw
    • their habitual ways of thinking that informs the human soul not
    • (German:
    • ” (humanities)
    • us, and to which the human being belongs with his mind and
    • on a field where many spirits of the modern time cannot yet go
    • used as human food.
    • civilisation and to develop the progress of humanity. But in it
    • human soul without going over to the material life that can be
    • processed in this human soul in the way as I suggest it
    • seminal grain that has been put in the earth. What the human
    • knowledge: the fact that it requires a development of the human
    • modern scientificity. In this scientificity one takes the human
    • — and forms science that way. One takes, I say, the human
    • being as he is, and the human being takes himself, as he is to
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • relation between theosophy and that what rebels in the human
    • human soul that one can find easily, that turns against
    • attains its knowledge if the human soul simply does not stop
    • realised that the human soul comes by such a development to an
    • human soul by the development meant here that is like a higher
    • human soul as longing; it appears as requirement that the human
    • grasp that deep point in the human soul where this human soul
    • How can such antisophy develop in the human
    • appreciate as the noblest pursuit of the human soul. However,
    • not anything quite arbitrary in the human soul, but on the
    • human being is not theosophically minded from the start; he is
    • real spiritual world appears in which the human soul is to be
    • to the repeated lives on earth in the last talk. The human
    • face the human being not only in the usual consciousness, but
    • spiritual researcher that we are built up as human beings not
    • If we consider the world and the human
    • the human being. There we see the human being living in the
    • first childhood. The human being sleeps or dreams, so to speak,
    • into existence, and that by which we feel, actually, as human
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • contemplate on one of many misunderstandings that this
    • among others that spiritual science allures the human being
    • religious life? Many people hold the view that someone who
    • human beings the “true science,” must free himself
    • times. In many circles, one thinks that religious mental
    • to a level of childish development of humanity, whereas we have
    • now entered into the mature age of human intellectual
    • Considering the present human beings, one
    • finds such a mood, as I have just characterised, with many
    • the following way. The religious human beings who worried about
    • the religious life for the human soul from philosophical or
    • 1889) and Herrmann (Wilhelm H., 184
    • Ritschl and Hermann but rather the mood from which it
    • shows how the human intellect has penetrated into the mysteries
    • himself, one can squeeze nothing out of all that what the human
    • the human soul. Hence, one must refuse finally to add something
    • is an original religious life in the human soul which has to
    • which connect the human soul with the contents of the religious
    • attempts that control many, in particular theological thinkers
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • as it were. They deal with the questions of the human soul life
    • the human being from death, and what I would like to call the
    • sense of human immortality.
    • about the topic of this evening in our time; for there are many
    • the human experience, and because a more naturalistic science
    • and animal realms. I intend to speak about death of the human
    • of the death problem not clearly arising in the human
    • many enlightened persons; one would find the same thing. I want
    • great Max Müller managed to say that all human thoughts
    • that exceed the human life between birth and death even if they
    • anything to the human being about the conditions of the human
    • life after death, the human being would understand these
    • in any human language. Some aversion exists even with the most
    • the matters of human immortality; he himself is ensouled by a
    • does only not want to award the possibility to the human being
    • repeatedly that the human being cannot know anything about the
    • that it distracts the human being from the idea to gain any
    • established the principle of the human sensory observation and
    • investigate what the human being receives with his body by his
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
    • meaning of immortality of the human soul taking up the
    • essence of the human being. I have said that that research is
    • able to penetrate into the area of human knowledge where this
    • development of the human soul that is the only instrument by
    • suggested many a time that everything depends in spiritual
    • tool by which any remaining human soul activity is carried out
    • “experiencing beyond the body,” this human soul
    • initiation of the human soul
    • that we really live in a time in which the deeper human
    • thinking and the more serious consideration of the human life
    • which spiritual science expounds for the problem of the human
    • just from the point of view to gain a meaning of human
    • 9-1781, German writer,
    • spiritual testament to humanity, he renewed the ancient idea of
    • humanity on earth as education. One can dismiss easily this
    • saying: also great spirits grow old and proclaim many a pipe
    • Lessing's Education of the Human Race (1780), his ripest
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    • penetrate to the essence of historical evolution and of the human
    • of the Human Race”; as an evolution, an upward movement of the
    • whole of humanity in which the effective influences passing from one
    • epoch to another, are the souls of human beings. Sense and meaning
    • come into human history as soon as we cease looking at it just as a
    • repeating themselves, and begin to believe that the souls of human
    • ways to reach some notion of such an evolution of human history —
    • be convinced of the reality of man's repeated lives on earth by
    • spiritual life of the West and indeed of the whole of humanity in the
    • to see a real significance in such an evolution of man, for each
    • successive epoch differs from the earlier one and human souls have
    • shortsighted view of human history, we cannot accept the notion that
    • the human soul has been more or less what it is today since first it
    • basic tone and quality, the whole constitution of the human soul was
    • the course of human history, that in fact the structure of the soul
    • has been perpetually changing in the successive epochs of human
    • for yourselves in actual detail, what I am describing. When Herman
    • themselves an inner feeling-knowledge of the way in which the human
    • at a different epoch of humanity when the soul was more closely
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • of the evil should occupy us. Although numerous human beings
    • human being feels pressured into putting it repeatedly. Since
    • evil. You can investigate the whole history of human thinking
    • could go far back in the human development. However, we want
    • has the human being to behave who wants to position himself in
    • human being who endeavoured to position himself in the universe
    • according to his determination the ideal of the wise man
    • describe the ideal of the stoic wise man in detail, and how it
    • in stoicism that the human development works out the
    • the human being is capable to position himself in the world in
    • if the human being allows his emotions and passion to come in
    • faint if the human being allows his passions flooding the
    • emotions in the human soul, should strive for rest and harmony.
    • stoic wise man. This wise man recognises that the evolution of
    • Whenever one asks how the human ego fits into the whole world
    • the world order and the pursuit of human wisdom be reconciled
    • even today, namely the necessity of human freedom. He said to
    • himself, if the human being has to strive after the ideal of
    • the wise man out of his freedom, the possibility must also be
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • Moral Basis of Human Life
    • world order in the human life.
    • 1805, German poet) expressed the basic character of the
    • moral human life in a magnificently
    • and where from the human being can want what the plant does
    • deal with the moral questions of humanity can hardly penetrate
    • of the human being. We shall realise that the ethical
    • of moral impulses shines into the human souls.
    • for our world order a point exists by which the human being
    • principles that are inherent in a human form, as for example,
    • the crystal form is inherent in a rock crystal, and the human
    • inside the human being are the moral impulses which are
    • to the human being like the other physical beings if he
    • acknowledge that the human being, we say, perceives something
    • say, as completely, as perfectly the human being could bring
    • compared with the moral impulses. This is why Kant (Immanuel
    • recognised of the outside world in such a way that the human
    • formative forces. The other part projects in the human
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
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    • Education of the Human Race
    • coherence comes into the whole structure of the human
    • historical becoming of the human being, which differ from each
    • human soul experiences other things, that it searched its
    • they can give to the human souls. Sense and coherence come in
    • this historical becoming if one considers that this human
    • impressions of one epoch after the belief that the human being
    • that this human soul appears for Lessing
    • epoch to the next one. Therefore, we can say that the human
    • Lessing once again of a kind of education of the human soul by
    • about the education of the human race, then one is in the field
    • appears as something fantastic to many people. Then one smiles
    • physical-bodily cover of the human being, but that it must
    • recognise an inner spiritual-mental being of the human being
    • three parts in the human soul, as it has developed up to the
    • that shows us the human being already with bigger inwardness,
    • higher member of the human soul the intellectual or mind soul
    • in which the spiritual life of the human being turns already
    • more inward. We call the highest member of the human soul the
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IX: Between Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
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    • Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
    • 1878, German physician), the transformation of natural
    • say about the life between death and rebirth of the human being
    • truthfulness, concerning the human knowledge than it exists
    • human life, so that he assumes, I can judge that what can be
    • If the human being goes through the gate of
    • which the human soul gains not only knowledge because it uses
    • enters that world which the human being enters after death. Now
    • The first matter is that the human soul
    • often emphasised that the human soul carries the forces of
    • approximately I will manage with this field. You have to
    • After the human being has walked through
    • the human being has cast off his physical body, the thoughts
    • human being has collected in the life between birth and death
    • thoughts lasts individually different for the single human
    • Science to the fact that it lasts longer with those human
    • above all, which forces the human being has
    • direction, but it concerns only what the human being can
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
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    • human beings and what it can bring to them, and I will do this
    • understand that on one side numerous human beings of the
    • the human knowledge of all fields of life, and that all other
    • one-sidedness one can attain knowledge satisfying the human
    • mineral forces and substances of the human being if one wants
    • to understand the human being and gets clear about the fact
    • principles of nature, also the human being, as the crown of
    • that work in the human nervous system up to the subtlest
    • scientifically possible, how the human thinking, feeling, and
    • of this worldview to understand the human being wholly
    • materialistic worldview which believes there that the human
    • has not understood the human being if one knows the wholly
    • system one can find nothing else than the wholly natural human
    • being. However, this wholly natural human being is only the
    • human nature to any philosophy that wants to turn only to the
    • this everlasting in the human nature only with forces that one
    • natural human being. He nowhere betrays that he has a sensation
    • those spirits of the human development who indeed did not yet
    • human being as a being in such a way that one does not count on
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • of the spiritual science for the human life.
    • I have pointed many a time to the fact that
    • life, something that can penetrate into the whole human being,
    • and that the human being thereby gets a real treasure for life.
    • above all, that the human being unfolds his faculty of
    • human being experiences a mood of inner activity, not that mood
    • knowledge to the human beings only, which also necessitates a
    • if one is not a painter. However, the human being of the
    • Many years ago, I called this attitude
    • in an inner, mental experience. The modern human being must get
    • this feeling is necessary if the human beings should check and
    • science only if the human beings get used gradually to bringing
    • using illustrations or photos for these talks. The modern human
    • represent a high treasure for life which the human
    • this human life becomes more and more complex, that our
    • also valid above all that the human souls must use these
    • stronger forces from the human souls.
    • from that what is connected directly with the single human
    • to the rhythmical change that happens in the human life in the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • arrived too late to hear the clergyman of Rammenau, well known
    • to him as a worthy man; for much to his regret the sermon was
    • even though they deeply loved the boy. For after Gottlieb many
    • the mansion, which formed so great a contrast with everything to
    • was sent to Niederau nearby to a clergyman named Leberecht Krebel. And there
    • by any means suit him. He observed that the manner in which the
    • had already at that time absorbed Robinson Crusoe and many
    • made his own the manner of approach towards the highest things and
    • many young people who introduce all kinds of philosophical ideas
    • it already betrayed the fact that the young man made it his special
    • aim to observe human beings, to look into the depth of their heart;
    • generously supplied for the young man stopped. Fichte passed his final
    • good clergyman Leberecht Krebel. And whenever he was able to visit his
    • Cathedral must have thought that a man had arisen who was capable
    • way, with a fresh inspiration. Many, doubtless, who heard him then
    • means the man to circumscribe within the limits of his profession
    • human happiness, human rights and the high ideals of humanity.
    • German-Swiss element left a permanent mark on the whole personality
    • life, and life a little further north, in Germany, in order to
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  • Title: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod: Lecture I
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    • solchen Fragen nicht nahe, wenn man nur im allgemeinen
    • über sie redet, sondern nur, wenn man den Geistesblick
    • schildert, das so manche Tiefen des Strebens der neueren Zeit
    • mancherlei bunten Blumen sehen, hervorragend aus dem Grün,
    • muß man, um zu den bezeichnenden Gedanken dieses sinnigen
    • lichtloser, tonloser Wesenheiten. Man war, ich möchte
    • Wahrheit müßte man sich bewußt sein, daß
    • man, indem man hinausblickt in die Welt des Stoffes, in eine
    • Fechner fand durchaus niemals, daß man, weil sie zu dieser
    • man glauben darf, in naher Ferne vermutete, und von der er
    • Welt, in der sich die Seele als Geist erkennen kann. Aber man
    • muß sagen, insbesondere wenn man die Voraussetzungen der
    • der gewöhnlichen Wissenschaft machte, zu gewissen, man
    • Wenn man gelehrt sprechen möchte, so könnte man
    • gerichteten Wissenschaft auf. Man kann sagen: Nur sein dem
    • hypothetisch konstruierten geistigen Welt. Wenn man sich nun
    • widerspiegelte?, so kann man sagen: Er stand gerade am
    • scharf ins Auge gefaßt wird das, was man das menschliche
    • Man
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture I: Spirit and Matter, Life and Death
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    • and March of 1917. The original title, in German, is:
    • this winter with considering the big questions of the human
    • life is not valuable for the human being.
    • human beings at all times according to the knowledge of these
    • them, but only if one looks at the struggling human soul. Since
    • the deeper destiny of the human being.
    • There I would like to turn your view to a man who still speaks
    • out the relation of the spirit in which the human being knows
    • night sights of the human worldview (The Day Sight Compared
    • themselves, that which the human being perceives as the world
    • world round us, is there, actually, only as long as a human eye
    • can open to perceive them, a human ear can hear them. Unless a
    • human eye or ear faces this outside world, this outside world
    • around to taking in the human soul everything that pleases the
    • human being that surrounds him in the world, and to leaving the
    • necessarily to this night sight. This sensitive man knew that
    • the protein bundle he expresses himself this way of the human
    • spiritual view to a human future which he supposed in close
    • human being as a “real” world, but it has to ascend
    • mantle of air became to him a big organism, also the whole
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  • Title: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod: Lecture II
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    • Man findet, wie diese Philosophien die Rätsel der Natur,
    • Schopenhauer. Man mag nun zu Schopenhauer stehen wie man
    • will, man mag, was er als Ergebnisse seiner Weltanschauung
    • dargelegt, zugeben oder ablehnen, das eine wird man gerade ihm
    • der in bezug auf manche seiner Gedanken so kühn war,
    • sagt, daß man die Meinungen, die er ausspricht, nicht
    • sei. Und man kann sagen, daß gerade an der Art und Weise,
    • kann man sich nicht dem Bereich des menschlichen Lebens
    • werden kann, wenn man nicht das Leben der Seele etwas
    • sich, daß man mit diesem Gange des inneren Seelenlebens
    • Denken, wie man es gewöhnlich im Leben hat,
    • wie man im gewöhnlichen Leben den sinnlichen Dingen
    • gegenübertritt. So daß man sich selber als
    • Sinnesmensch Objekt wird, während man gewissermaßen
    • «Wie erlangt man Erkenntnisse der höheren
    • ist, das man geübt hat in der äußeren
    • stofflichen Welt, das man dadurch gelernt hat, daß man die
    • daß man nach ihren Zusammenhängen forscht und so
    • Bedingungen. Wenn man einen Gedanken faßt, so ist er
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture II: Destiny and Soul
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    • and March of 1917. The original title, in German, is:
    • question of the nature of the human destiny is a question at
    • this so important question of the human destiny.
    • face the human being in the everyday life, can really find a
    • dreaming consciousness. The human being can wake from the usual
    • who really tries to approach the deep questions of human
    • destiny feels that this being only approaches the human
    • human being. Then the contradictions of the dream disappear in
    • the so-called exam dream where the human being experiences any
    • cannot deal. Strictly speaking, the course of the human destiny
    • the human being can still never be sure in the usual
    • one cannot approach the area of the human life in which the
    • human being withdraws from his thinking and strengthens it by
    • are inner processes of the soul that the human being has to
    • the human being can lift out his soul life from the life of the
    • bodily processes. Then the human being can face himself by
    • an object as a sensory human being, while you enter as it were
    • in the real spirit man who is, otherwise, always in the human
    • directly connected with the mental-bodily human being to be
    • able to penetrate into the real spiritual world. The human
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    • blüht, entfaltet werden muß. Man kann aber sagen,
    • Eduard von Hartmann, der bekannte Philosoph,
    • Unbewußten oder auch, wie man vielleicht besser sagen
    • Wissenschaft erreicht werden kann. So daß man also sagen
    • sprechen so davon, daß man sieht, sie sind überzeugt,
    • hereinbringen kann. Man kann sagen, soweit, wie diese
    • mancherlei Weltanschauungsrichtungen von einem gewissen
    • Daher ist auch Eduard von Hartmann, der, wie gesagt, das
    • halben Jahrhundert, der Anschauung, daß man durch
    • Natur selber etwas erfahren könne. Er meint, daß man
    • aufstellen kann, daß man aus den Beobachtungen, die sich
    • das man, wie ich gezeigt habe in meinem Buche «Vom
    • meinem Buche «Wie erlangt man Erkenntnisse der
    • ihrer Entwickelung von der Leibesorganisation. Man braucht
    • wächst. Und wenn man die Tatsache hinzunimmt, daß
    • insbesondere zeigen, wenn man zu einer Seelenerlebensrichtung
    • Erlebnisse der Menschen müssen ja aufrücken, wenn man
    • Geisteswissenschaft kritisiert, und man verwechselt dann diese
    • Wenn man sich gerade vom Gesichtspunkte der Geisteswissenschaft
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • riddles of which many people believe that they are not
    • accessible to the human cognition at all, some even that they
    • come to many ideas and mental pictures in the nineteenth
    • spiritual science radically, they still demand knowledge of
    • the subconscious in the human soul life. Let us look at this
    • something rests in the depths of the human soul that actually
    • constitutes the basis of the human soul that cannot be reached
    • who speak of the subconscious or unconscious in the human soul
    • be grasped which the human being can bring in his usual
    • consciousness. Hence, also Eduard von Hartmann (1842-1906) who
    • human soul gets to this faculty of beholding judgement or to
    • sciences think that the soul is dependent on the human body. I
    • lot, that the course of the whole human life shows this
    • development. One needs only to realise how the human being
    • one looks at a direction of soul life that many people confuse
    • all, but with many things. You can look at the most respected
    • riddles of soul and humanity.
    • bodily organisation. You can find mystics who raise the human
    • the human soul so that they almost amaze you by these
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  • Title: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod: Lecture IV
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    • ist dies ein Gegenstand, von dem man sagen kann, daß zwei
    • liegen. Und wenn man eingeht auf diese
    • Mißverständnisse, so wird man finden, daß auf
    • Seelenbeobachtungen, so fremd sind sogar dem, was man meint,
    • wenn man Seelenbeobachtung ins Auge faßt, daß sie
    • findet man, daß Seelenforscher und Naturforscher, wenn sie
    • Weltenrätseln, beirrt, ja man kann schon sagen in
    • charakterisiert habe. Man bedenkt heute nicht, daß ein
    • jemand die gewiß berechtigte Überzeugung haben,
    • daß jemand irgendwo einen Besuch macht; er findet einen
    • alten Mann, der ist unpäßlich, ist krank nach der
    • herausgeht, kann man ihm vielleicht sagen: Nun, sehen Sie mal
    • Er rät das irgend jemandem. Der muß ihm nur
    • will nur das Prinzipielle damit andeuten: daß man durchaus
    • so kann man auch in den verschiedenen Wissenschaften streng
    • mancher so wenig, wo die Grenzen seiner Begriffe liegen, wo er
    • in der Gegenwart ist, kann man nur immer wiederum sagen: es ist
    • in großartiger Weise gezeigt, wie man sich nach modernen
    • wenn man das Gebiet der Forschung in dieser Frage durchgeht,
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • and March of 1917. The original title, in German, is:
    • Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and
    • statement of the coherence between human soul and human
    • speak if they talk about human soul and human body quite
    • references to the way in what way the human being positions
    • individually in every single case. The human being believes if
    • man who is indisposed, is ill in this or that way. He tells his
    • notice that the old man is sleeping perpetually? Alternatively,
    • am a postman.
    • about that which possibly goes forward in the human brain and
    • and about that which relates to it as human nervous system, one
    • know that the human soul life has not only imagination in
    • performances as far as Verworn did who says that the
    • philosophers have invented a lot in the human soul life that is
    • phenomenon, everything is psychic. There the whole human field
    • Eduard von Hartmann (1842-1906) characterised this view
    • for the naive human being that one person says to the other:
    • has one to imagine this process Eduard von Hartmann means if
    • something goes forward in the human brain or nervous system
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  • Title: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod: Lecture V
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    • ergeben müssen, wenn man eines nicht berücksichtigt
    • Quellen des Daseins, muß, wenn man sich, ich möchte
    • wäre dem, was man im gewöhnlichen Leben einen Beweis
    • Lebens oder des Daseins einläßt. Und man wird
    • aus dem Feld schlagen können, wenn man von
    • erst auftaucht, wenn man auf die Seele wirken läßt
    • Und er wird daher in einer Lage sein, wie etwa jemand, der
    • Geistige ist, in der Seele nur aufleben, wenn man in der Lage
    • Methoden anzuwenden, die man so gewohnt ist aus der
    • entgegengesetzte Erscheinung, Wenn man nun aber vorschreitet in
    • kommt man zu wirklich den Geist unmittelbar in sich
    • gewachsen sind. Man muß sich dann allerdings öfters
    • anders aussprechen, als man sich ausspricht nach den
    • Weise, wie man sich ausspricht, ergibt sich aus dem lebendig
    • der Frage nach dem Stoff oder der Materie kann man nicht
    • zurechtkommen, wenn man versucht, immer wieder und wiederum
    • eigentlich sei; wenn man verstehen will — mit anderen
    • wichtiger erscheinen läßt die Art, wie man sich
    • überhaupt in der Seele verhält, wenn man sich einen
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture V: The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
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    • The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
    • attention to the material processes in the human organism which
    • origins of existence, such a view of the human soul has to
    • position, as for example somebody is who states that the human
    • living cooperation only that manifests itself which refers to
    • it cannot externally perceived in the manner of the material
    • cannot manage with the question of matter if one tries to form
    • struggled mentally with such questions that are remote to many
    • outer material creation of the human body, he resembles someone
    • view about the relation of human soul and human body if you
    • relate the whole human soul to the whole physical body. Then,
    • divide the whole of the human soul into the imagining life, the
    • imagination to the processes in the human nervous system or in
    • There I have to dwell on how the human being unfolds the sense
    • willing, generally to the life of the human being as soul,
    • about it are manifold. Of course, I cannot go into all details.
    • exceptionally significant scientific period of German idealism
    • approach the ether concept from two sides. One will not manage
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  • Title: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod: Lecture VI
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    • ein, daß man zwar zeigen kann, wie diese
    • dennoch, man muß Gegnerschaft finden, die noch
    • begreiflicher wird, wenn man die Wege des
    • Berechtigung heraus, man müsse nach den Vorgängen,
    • noch mehr: Eiweiß wird so leuchtend sein, daß man bei
    • diesem Lichte, das man ja dadurch erzeugen kann, daß man
    • beschreibt sehr schön, wie man sich dann ganz anders
    • Man
    • kann, indem man die Vorstellungen der heutigen Physik verfolgt,
    • Menschen — das muß man aus Höflichkeit sagen,
    • denn heute ist natürlich niemand
    • man nicht zufrieden damit, daß gewisse Dinge als moralisch
    • können, sondern da weiß man, wenn der Affekt des
    • Menschen zum Guten spricht, daß man den guten Impulsen zu
    • daß man ihn zu unterdrücken hat. Und man verhält
    • sich demgemäß im äußeren Leben, wenn man
    • auf, daß man gewisse Vorstellungen hegt, weil sie
    • andere Vorstellungen sich so ankündigen, daß man sie
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VI: Life, Death, and Immortality in the Universe
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    • which the human inhabitants of the earth can no longer exist as
    • the appearance of many things. Of course, it does not only
    • the single bodies, but also many other things. Thus, Professor
    • because I suppose that the human beings have frozen to death
    • aim as the human being relates to the things which he regards
    • there one knows if the affect of the human being militates for
    • in the human being from quite right physical, chemical, and
    • the human being does no longer live, and the body does no
    • exist as the human body exists after 150 years.
    • spiritual research if one considers human beings who dedicate
    • these days, one could be reminded of such a man of knowledge
    • human being. I have tried to indicate a result that completely
    • a very young man in Vienna with the researches which caused at
    • that, for example, the human being dreams not only in sleep,
    • the body and with it also in the soul of the human being. Its
    • well as the human being walks through the world as a bodily
    • sun. Thus, it turns out: exactly as for the bodily human being
    • from a certain time on. As well as the human body merges into
    • is reverse with the earth and with the human being. The body of
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  • Title: Geist und Stoff, Leben und Tod: Lecture VII
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    • Art Unmöglichkeit hervorgerufen hat, man könnte auch
    • Man
    • bekommt, wenn man den Gang der Geistesgeschichte von den eben
    • Unvermögen. Wenn man im einzelnen sich ansieht, was
    • Seelenforschung in der neueren Zeit, bekommt man unmittelbar
    • von gewissen Gedanken, die Eduard von Hartmann, der
    • Seelenerscheinungen zu beobachten. Lassen wir Hartmanns
    • Hartmann meint also, man könne die Seele nicht beobachten,
    • denn Gefühle müsse man beobachten, wenn man die Seele
    • beobachten will; aber wenn man auf ein zartes
    • vergegenständlichen, daß man sie zum Objekt einer
    • Hartmann.
    • würde man eigentlich gewinnen, wenn man, sagen wir, ein
    • ist es mit Bezug auf die anderen Beispiele, welche Hartmann
    • und Wellen des Seelischen. Also Eduard von Hartmann bedauert,
    • Man
    • wird, wenn man solche Dinge erfaßt, die Hartmann bedauert,
    • Eduard von Hartmann sagt: «Die Beobachtung fälscht
    • werden. So hat manchen solcher Lichtblitze zum Beispiel
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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • present human being rightly likes to put himself in the way of
    • forms. One has to say that just because many people project
    • human soul and mind which gives knowledge of the most important
    • riddles of human existence.
    • thoughts as starting points which Eduard von Hartmann
    • us look at Hartmann's thoughts in this direction. He says:
    • Hartmann means, one cannot observe the soul, because one has to
    • impossible — Hartmann means.
    • soul. That applies also to the other examples that Hartmann
    • has contained many sprouting seeds in itself.
    • Eduard von Hartmann regrets not being able to observe what
    • realise at once considering such things that Hartmann regrets
    • Eduard von Hartmann says: “Observation often falsifies
    • human life.
    • sense: the fact that the human being himself practises more and
    • judgement, in particular with the self-knowledge of the human
    • because the present humanity needs it. I would rather do,
    • there. I did not feel embarrassed to answer to the man
    • Eduard von Hartmann just got to his hypothesis of the
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  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture I: Aim and Being of Spiritual Research
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    • The Eternal in the Human Soul. Immortality and Freedom
    • published in German as, Das Ewige in der Menschenseele Unsterblichkeit
    • actually, to something that is an aim of every really human,
    • humanely feeling heart and of humanity, of the human quest for
    • human striving in such a way. If you let the different epochs
    • of human development pass, you realise that from age to age the
    • characters of the human attempts change. That is why humanity
    • of humanity. You need only to remember how different the human
    • wants to pursue the highest aim of human quest for knowledge in
    • human thinking and imagination. At first spiritual science has
    • penetrate into the spiritual life of humanity. I need only to
    • point to the real aim of the human spiritual striving, and you
    • Eduard von Hartmann (1842-1906) wrote a history of
    • that of human freedom; and everything culminates that strives
    • relates to the human soul which role memory plays how love and
    • penetrate into the human soul life, namely for following
    • of that which comes from the human soul, from the subjective
    • nature of the human being. One should exclude everything that
    • does not come from the principles of nature, but that the human
    • the course of the human spiritual development finds that
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  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture II: The Human Being as Being of Soul and Spirit
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    • The Human Being as Being of Soul and Spirit
    • published in German as, Das Ewige in der Menschenseele Unsterblichkeit
    • Human Being as Being of Soul and Spirit
    • concluded whole: the question of the human being as a being of
    • touches, actually, the question of the human soul in a way that
    • to show that this arrangement of the human being must lead to
    • consideration, actually, from the highest human riddles. One
    • Darwinian-Haeckel romanticism of the last third of the
    • Ziehen (1862-1950, German neurologist, psychiatrist).
    • that he wants to look at everything in the human soul life that
    • has parallel phenomena in the human body, so that physiology
    • prejudice. Most people do not believe that the human soul
    • advancement of the human souls. It can thereby get to such
    • many contemporaries if such a thing is said remember of course
    • since centuries already any human worldview has intended to
    • the soul as the whole inwardness of the human being, and to
    • wants to find out something about the real nature of the human
    • which take place in the human body, and which are the basis of
    • scientific worldview says, if the human being feels hunger and
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  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture III: Goethe as Father of Spiritual Research
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    • published in German as, Das Ewige in der Menschenseele Unsterblichkeit
    • so many remarks of Goethe to confirm this or that own view, it
    • Goethe seems to be condemned to many philosophically thinking
    • nothing, a cavity is in the human brain. If this hollow place,
    • Georg Hamann (1730-1788) was worried if one spoke only of the
    • things of another world. Goethe agrees with Hamann in this
    • which the thinking means for the human soul, you can realise if
    • of uncertainties in the human being. Although you have always
    • seriously: is this human thinking able to penetrate into the
    • the human being in the point where it thinks to find that in
    • this point where the temporal, the transient of the human being
    • come who wants to approach the everlasting nature of the human
    • everlasting in the human being and in the world that he
    • had to manage the phenomena of nature with mental pictures that
    • he had compiled in his life. Herman Grimm emphasised rightly as
    • approached scientific attempts as a ripe man by life praxis, so
    • When Goethe became acquainted with zoology and human biology by
    • were usual in natural sciences at that time about the human
    • outer differences of the human being and the animals. One
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  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture IV: Mind, Soul and Body of the Human Being
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    • Mind, Soul and Body of the Human Being
    • published in German as, Das Ewige in der Menschenseele Unsterblichkeit
    • Mind, Soul and Body of the Human Being
    • instructions about the relation of the human mind and soul to
    • The sensory impressions that the human being receives from the
    • consideration: mind, soul and body of the human being.
    • human being. Today soul and mind or spirit are confused almost
    • — apart from the fact that they are infertile of many
    • from the prejudice that the human being can be considered
    • this case also on the body — if the human being feels
    • the human being as a spiritual being if one only wants to stop
    • with that what the human being experiences
    • the human being in same way as one goes over from the soul life
    • The Riddle of Man, and in
    • usual soul life to the spiritual nature of the human being.
    • There it concerns above all that just many psychologists of the
    • both must say that compared with the often many years' pursuit
    • of spiritual science are, like the scientific performances in
    • Someone who deals with human or other living conditions is able
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  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture V: Nature and Her Riddles in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • published in German as, Das Ewige in der Menschenseele Unsterblichkeit
    • although he was a naturalist, that after his view the human
    • universe. Of course, a man like Carl Snyder can express himself
    • significance of the human soul? — Today I would like to
    • happen which remind you of spiritual manifestations —
    • human soul knows that such a conviction must rise from below
    • from the depths of the human soul that the process that leads
    • significance of the human soul.
    • that the activity of the human soul becomes so strong that it
    • the spiritually active, actually, in the human soul. You do the
    • Then you can realise how the human being can become addicted to
    • spiritual research. Then there you discover that in this human
    • spiritual-mental human being lives who goes through births and
    • deaths. You get to know this spiritual-mental human being how
    • nature approach the human soul in a new form. I will point here
    • the human being as spiritual researcher treats his soul as I
    • substantially an interaction of that human being with the ether
    • essential element of the higher human being.
    • know the subtle figure of the human being in the etheric and
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  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture VI: The Historical Life of Humanity and Its Riddles
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    • The Historical Life of Humanity and Its Riddles
    • published in German as, Das Ewige in der Menschenseele Unsterblichkeit
    • Historical Life of Humanity and Its Riddles
    • this time where so many people have the comprehensible need to
    • possibilities present themselves to the human beings to judge
    • the beginning of this world disaster many people were of the
    • completely entitled. You cannot say that these human beings had
    • consideration of the historical life of humanity that also some
    • and economic living together of the human beings.
    • received a professorship of history at a German university more
    • that which history gives and which one can apply to the human
    • life, this man spoke the following words approximately: the
    • single nations of Europe have become in the course of the human
    • his inaugural lecture. This man was Friedrich Schiller
    • life of humanity and the consequences which can be drawn from
    • of humanity is attached to that what goes through every single
    • person because every human being is cocooned in the historical
    • are single examples out of many.
    • which one can feel from his monumental German History
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  • Title: Lecture: Manifestations of the Unconscious: Dreams, Hallucinations, Visions, Somnambulism, Mediumship
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    • They were published in German as:
    • Manifestations of theUnconscious
    • reality can be to human life desires to familiarise himself
    • ordinary, healthy human reason — provided it really
    • healthy human reason and ordinary knowledge of life, because
    • investigated they can be grasped by healthy human reason and
    • themselves with abnormal phenomena of human life to be
    • all kinds of abnormal, borderline regions of human life.
    • its hidden foundations. I am referring to man's life of
    • might induce the belief that they lead a man to the
    • would have these borderline regions of human life
    • development of forces of the human soul which lie hidden in
    • anything of a bodily nature, the human soul is able to evoke
    • in its reality. When, as is possible, a man subsequently
    • characteristic is that when, in other circumstances, a man
    • enough, the opposite is the case. The oftener a man has a
    • directed to it. A man must learn to be master of situations
    • from inner passivity. A man who likes to give himself up
    • — such a man is ill-adapted to penetrate into the
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  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture VIII: The Animal and Human Realms. Their Origin and Development
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    • The Animal and Human Realms. Their Origin and Development
    • published in German as, Das Ewige in der Menschenseele Unsterblichkeit
    • Animal and Human Realms. Their Origin and Development
    • human being. In this talk I would like to establish a basis to
    • consider the supersensible human being next time and in the
    • concerning the human being and his nature. On one side complete
    • misunderstood in many respects. However, today I do not intend
    • if it wants to discuss the question of the nature of the human
    • the relation of the human being to the animal realm and of
    • understanding of the human being. What has worked on this
    • the human being with the animals was determined by
    • the human being from the animal realm and again within the
    • it is not at all right to believe that the view that the human
    • into other animals, or even into human beings. Goethe rebelled
    • human organisation to the animal one in other ways as well. The
    • says at first, the modern view of the origin of the human being
    • deals with it in reality with an ancient human wisdom. That
    • evolution of the living beings the human being appeared as it
    • before him that he appears as it were as human being after the
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  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture IX: The Supersensible Human Being
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    • The Supersensible Human Being
    • published in German as, Das Ewige in der Menschenseele Unsterblichkeit
    • Supersensible Human Being
    • Because one has to consider the supersensible human being as
    • the core of the human being, it is quite natural that the
    • knowledge of the supersensible human being is human
    • self-knowledge. However, with this human self-knowledge you
    • necessity of understanding the human being as a supersensible
    • thinking, self-knowledge demands the view of the human being
    • consciousness at first. In so far as the human being becomes
    • approach the true nature of the human being with the usual
    • approaches the human self-knowledge, one notices that it can
    • know the human life in its development in the different
    • the human being that comes up only quite fantastically in the
    • introspection also to a real knowledge of the human being. Some
    • the human being and that sometimes in something that the one
    • With it, one points to an area of human life that one has to
    • science, in particular in psychology, is that the human being
    • in mind. There quite weird performances are carried out
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  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture X: The Questions of Free Will and Immortality
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    • published in German as, Das Ewige in der Menschenseele Unsterblichkeit
    • human soul life with each other not by chance, but I hope to
    • free will and immortality from the oldest times of human
    • a childish viewpoint of human thinking. One has abandoned from
    • that the human methods of thinking are not sufficient to
    • application of all human means of thinking, of any astuteness
    • for the usual philosophy than a kind of doubt mania concerning
    • think that the highest revelations of the human being have to
    • emerge from the innermost core of the human being, and that
    • feel, without realising it clearly, that in the human being a
    • this human being can consider with the help of the usual
    • abstracted from it. Hence, considering the innermost human core
    • in which the human eye is.
    • the eye can observe another human being of course, as far as it
    • observe the human eye if you can take this point of view beyond
    • this eye. In a similar position is the beholder of the human
    • self, of the human core. He would have to be beyond the human
    • that another human being can observe this human soul life
    • because to the other human being the human corporeality
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  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom.
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    • result of the influence of the Bible, the human soul has for thousands of
    • years maintained a hold on the most inward being of man, — a hold which
    • influence in these two spheres of man's being has been stronger than in his
    • undervalue in any sense the standpoint of many modern thinking men who feel
    • who really takes the evolution of mankind seriously ought rather to regard
    • who were responsible for human errors in it, but were under lofty
    • seven days including the creation of man, and that then there is a further
    • to man. This investigator was specially disconcerted by the fact that at the
    • later the name of Jehova. There is an echo of this in the German Bible. In the
    • German Bible the name of the God-head is translated ‘Lord,’
    • many people to-day.
    • pointed out by a colleague to a man who was a convinced follower of
    • Aristotle, that many of the master's utterances were not correct; for
    • the real facts. A corpse was placed in front of the man and it was
    • Aristotle.’ And there were many such men, — men who had more faith
    • greater independence. And what Anthroposophy has to give to man of modern
    • the visible world. Spiritual Science states that it is possible for man to
    • has to achieve for modern humanity — it has to convince man that
    • moments in life when these spiritual faculties awaken just as when a blind man
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition.
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    • translated from the German original by Maria St. Goar. It is the
    • Human Circulation through the Worlds of Sensation, Soul, and
    • Spirit, which is published in German as,
    • are still able to benefit where humans fail. They still possess
    • “No, the thought disgusts me,” replied the man.
    • offer a more mundane subject than many we have heard here. It will
    • following way. “What man eats and drinks is unimportant. It
    • It was a German philosopher, Ludwig Andreas
    • Feuerbach, to whom the phrase, “A man is what he eats,”
    • is attributed. Many thinkers of consequence have agreed with
    • Feuerbach that what man produces is basically the result of foods
    • to believe that man is indeed physically nothing more than what he
    • statement, “A man is what he eats,” does not have a
    • that the body of man is the tool of the spirit. In discussing the
    • various functions the body has to perform, we see that man utilizes
    • adjusted correctly so that it functions in an orderly manner,
    • than to examine those substances that are necessary for the human
    • task of a man's food is and in what way it is actually utilized in
    • I must stress that what I say about man is
    • man to be so closely connected with the animals as does natural
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture I: Spiritual Science and the Future of Humanity
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    • the human being can put to himself, to the questions of death
    • and life, of the development of the whole humanity, even
    • little that the human beings who belong to this supposed sect
    • humanity. Indeed, one is in case of spiritual science still in
    • human future, for our whole life praxis, for the firmness and
    • How is the nature of death? Which is the nature of humanity
    • science, which is connected with a particular level of human
    • intimate performances of our soul which can strengthen our
    • which it is then and which is spiritual. If now the human being
    • Then we may say, if the human being falls asleep in the
    • evening, the whole human being does not exhaust himself in that
    • which lies in the bed, but the core of the human being, the
    • daydreamers, romanticists, and sectarians.
    • more strict demands are put on logic and comprehension than in
    • those areas where the highest questions of human existence, of
    • any meaning for the human civilisation of today and the future?
    • processes in the human civilisation. — One cannot say
    • this if one surveys the course of human development with
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture II: How Does One Disprove Spiritual Science?
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    • to gain the hearts of many contemporaries, it is particularly
    • the essentials are that the human being recognises to a certain
    • with those who state that there are limits of human knowledge.
    • — We have to confine ourselves, however, as human being
    • limits of human knowledge more and more, so that the human
    • the human being can develop spiritual senses, spiritual eyes
    • in such case the human being is in another form of existence;
    • that the human being always must get another condition if he
    • human being as our sensory world exists. Thus, that which leads
    • first, we want only to describe what refers to the human being
    • how he faces us immediately. The human being appears to the
    • eyes. However, theosophy shows us that the nature of the human
    • everything that causes the life phenomena in the human being is
    • still the next supersensible member; since as the human being
    • astral body with the entire animal realm. However, the human
    • Thus, theosophy says that we understand the human being
    • members. It also shows that with the human being if he falls
    • separated from the physical and etheric bodies, the human being
    • human essence consists of the ego, the astral body, and a part
    • human being goes through repeated lives on earth in a physical
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture III: How Does One Defend Spiritual Science?
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    • but they arise only if the human being submits himself to
    • making the contents of knowledge independent from the human
    • subject. Since one argues rightly that that which the human
    • an individual subjective validity only. If the human being may
    • then everything would be only something that every single human
    • However, this is not in such a way. The human being can only
    • can see how one human being helps the other. This can cause
    • fellow man that we can have empathy with him and are stimulated
    • where only the picture of human misery and human compassion is
    • anybody wants to argue, everything that the human being
    • because it is something individual and, besides, every human
    • development. The human being has to survive some serious fights
    • and many a thing that only is significant for himself if he
    • Immense difficulties thereby arise. There many things happen in
    • to consider that the human being does not experience with
    • the human being can approach the consideration of human life.
    • the sensory view, the human being enters existence at birth and
    • perception cannot recognise anything of man's objective nature.
    • However, if the human being faces himself and has learnt to
    • look from without at the human being in the just characterised
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture IV: Truths of Spiritual Research
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    • questions of human life. These are the questions of the nature
    • and destination of the human being, of the soul experiences
    • the human soul.
    • of spiritual research are inside of the human soul because one
    • several times. If the human soul should be transformed into an
    • everyday life are strengthened. In the everyday life, the human
    • as well as the usual reason are quiet if the human being is
    • the human being experiences from morning to evening were
    • easy to realise that everything depends on whether the human
    • his full heart onto the other human being that he does not
    • is better that the human being uses such mental pictures with
    • layman who knows nothing of the whole matter as that which one
    • the soul; they have something that demands the strongest belief
    • a vision, a hallucination overpowers the human being, it
    • airily, and then many objections are raised. One says, for
    • spiritual-scientific recognising human being who enters with
    • himself in detail to the book The Mystery of Man by
    • writing The Cardinal Question of Humanity by Max Seiling
    • Thus, we realise that the human being attains a more intensive,
    • into the human being, so that he/she speaks or writes with
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture V: Errors of Spiritual Research - 1
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    • so that you can hardly recognise it. In many cases it is in
    • have explained the day before yesterday that the human being
    • human soul that can mediate between the human knowledge and the
    • except the consciousness in the human nature are brought into
    • consciousness strongly, and pushes its way into the human
    • content of the consciousness disturbs the manifestations of the
    • manifestations, you will find out that that which the medium
    • has learnt this way is mixed in her/his manifestations, while
    • manifests itself by it. Hence, for more trivial investigations
    • one has to consider those manifestations of media in particular
    • spiritual world by those methods, those manifestations to which
    • subjective is largely mixed in the manifestation. Someone who
    • example a Protestant receives her/his manifestations quite
    • the manifestations less and less but it comes more into
    • manifestation and observes which processes happen in the human
    • soul as results of this coherence of the human nature with the
    • the manifestation is coloured Catholic and the other time
    • the supersensible world in their manifestations. Principles of
    • the manifestations of the person concerned. Should beings of
    • of mediumship, from that which the human soul can explore which
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture VII: The Questions of Life and the Riddle of Death - 1
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    • has exceptionally many prejudices against itself. Nevertheless,
    • property of humanity in this or that area was unpopular at any
    • the deepest human interest; one is not only curious of the
    • concerns: human destiny and human immortality — or we
    • human destiny puts big serious questions at every turn. We
    • realise that a human being enters into existence and worries
    • member of humanity. Against it, another human being enters into
    • riddle of death approaches the human being particularly. What
    • How much passion, how many prejudices are contained in this
    • after death, and one may say, among these deniers were many who
    • self-knowledge a little, we recognise that that which the human
    • being creates and which he becomes as a human being has a
    • be true that the human being works hard for something that is
    • of the human destiny and that of human immortality. Today
    • the real being of the human nature. Then the question arises,
    • darkness of unconsciousness begins. There are many scientific
    • sleep and enters into the spiritual world, so that the human
    • Then the human being is in the spiritual world and in the
    • morning this spiritual-mental of the human being submerges
    • we have separated the human being during sleep as it were in a
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture VI: Errors of Spiritual Research - 2
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    • superfluous to many people, repeatedly that you cannot compare
    • allowed to do this. The value of a human being also of a seer
    • development. Unhealthy human mind leads to a pathological view
    • consciousness of the human being is dazed or paralyzed, so that
    • seer is not a special human being because he has the seer's
    • gift, but his human value must be judged as that of the other
    • human beings, too — by his healthy faculty of judgement
    • do human beings become still materialists? Why do they misjudge
    • why human beings may become materialists. Indeed, these are
    • spiritual reasons in the human soul, forces, which work from
    • the spiritual world into this human soul that take the human
    • so-called ahrimanic forces referring to the Persian spirit
    • Ahriman. These are certain spiritual forces that have an effect
    • on the human soul in such a way that they veil everything to
    • errs if certain forces in the human souls beguile it. The
    • The human souls judge about that which is a manifestation of
    • the spiritual that it is only matter. In these human souls
    • in the human soul: the ahrimanic or Mephistophelian forces work
    • the human beings shy away from the spiritual.
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture IX: Spiritual Science and Natural Sciences - their Relationship to the Riddles of Life - 1
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    • triumphs of humanity are in that area which arises from natural
    • sciences and their knowledge. As the single human being if he
    • genius of humanity. This genius of humanity had to devote
    • They have to deal with that which approaches the human being
    • us now assume that a human being is organised in such a way
    • something else for the human being than it is. They would see
    • Everything that reveals itself to the human being at summertime
    • namely this phenomenon appears in the human being himself.
    • human being. Self-knowledge of the human being for the usual
    • we consider the human being in his everyday life, this everyday
    • to look at the human being how he represents himself in sleep.
    • visible at the sleeping human being. What do we face there? A
    • the cosmic forces, we can also understand this sleeping human
    • imagine that in the human being life sprouts, one normally
    • life of the human being from morning up to the evening to the
    • does not correspond to reality if one assumes that the human
    • awakening is approaching, it is autumn in the human being, and
    • we have wintertime in the human being.
    • wintertime in the wake human being because the day life works
    • life, and at the soul summertime when the human being is in the
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture X: Spiritual Science and Natural Sciences - their Relationship to the Riddles of Life - 2
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    • progress of human mind is based on the observation of the outer
    • time in which mind and soul of the human being long more and
    • to limit themselves to that which approaches the human being
    • inner deepening of the human soul by which the soul discovers
    • science. However, we have to realise that the human soul itself
    • human being can become a spiritual researcher, it is necessary
    • manifold mental pictures, which change at every moment, with
    • many corns that exist in ears on a field. The owner of the
    • centre [of our consciousness]. If the human being calls his
    • Higher Worlds?. This is something that today many people do
    • human soul life [at a certain time]. The little child lives up
    • sleeping state approach the human being? I do not go into the
    • scientificity, I talk only about that which the human being
    • deliver impressions. The mind starts darkening. The human being
    • confirms — that the whole human being does not exist in
    • the sleeping human being, but that the real human being leaves
    • the body in sleep and is free from the body, that the human
    • never the conscious-wake human being.
    • exist. This means that the human being is with his inner being
    • in the human being and cause other processes so that the soul
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture VIII: The Questions of Life and the Riddle of Death - 2
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    • participated in these considerations many a time will find
    • generally acknowledged and many people confuse it with
    • our time many prejudices exist against spiritual science and
    • about it one cannot demand that they deal with it; however,
    • human souls. However, the area of spiritual science is as big
    • natural sciences have produced many things for three, four
    • into account. Natural sciences have educated humanity in a
    • so that the human being put the questions of life and death in
    • will still last long, until humanity realises that the method
    • human cognition cannot penetrate into it. With such spirits,
    • human being can see with his eyes. He cannot see the cells and
    • animals with the human eyes and to penetrate into these
    • same quality, which assume that the human cognitive faculties,
    • human mind gains strength with inner, intimate means:
    • Just as a human being behaves who sees himself in the mirror,
    • contemplation. What do they cause? They cause that the human
    • an inner soul experience that the human being himself has
    • chapter. Du Bois-Reymond (Emil D. B.-R.,1815-1890, German
    • considered the sleeping human being only as explicable because
    • anybody says, air surrounds us, the human being inhales it,
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture I: The Human Soul in the Supersensible Realm and Its Relationship to the Body
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    • Soul-spiritual with the Corporeality of Man, published in German as,
    • Human Soul in the Supersensible Realm and Its Relationship to the Body
    • personalities. Many people at least judge that way who fancy
    • the human life generally. Hence, isolated attempts were done
    • who contemplated the human spiritual life. These light flashes
    • quite different origins of the human being than the knowledge
    • Unsurprisingly, an unaware cognitive instinct makes the human
    • riddles which the human being has to face over and over
    • again with his feeling, thinking and willing. The human being
    • human beings were less eager to satisfy their desire for
    • many people nothing was extinguished but that desire for
    • usual life. What the human beings searched in sanitariums and
    • in the human being, as he walks on earth today, another human
    • usual human being than dream images exist in him which emerge
    • they found out for themselves how this second human being rests
    • in the usual human being: they could not conceive this sleeping
    • human being without bringing him together with death in any
    • existence, of growth, of birth and so on, this second human
    • higher human being in the usual human being associated with the
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture II: Anthroposophy Does not Disturb Any Religious Confession
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    • all other opinions and views that arise about world and human
    • Human opinions and worldviews feel contented only if they can
    • epoch. The spirit of humanity is continually developing. That
    • quite different human needs and interests that it cannot aim at
    • did not originate in such a way as many people mean, and that
    • sect, as many sects exist in the world.
    • spirit from their research fields. If one takes the human being
    • biology can study the bodily existence of the human being only
    • methods that the human soul applies to itself just from the
    • difficulty arises there for many people. They say if one speaks
    • all human beings know nothing — because they themselves
    • a human being into the spiritual world — using those
    • truth the human being lives with his soul. In this spiritual
    • religious confessions that referred the human beings to the
    • dupe the human beings into regarding the outer
    • in the human beings, they would gradually entice them because
    • spiritual world. They would bring along that the human beings
    • respect, until an sufficiently big number of human beings
    • institutions. Nothing mysterious forms the basis if human
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture III: What Spiritual Science Has to Say About the Eternal Aspect of the Human Soul and the Nature of Freedom
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    • Human Soul and the Nature of Freedom
    • Many people still consider anthroposophy, for example, as an
    • needs of the human beings. However, if one notes that the
    • modern civilised humanity has lost and which it has to receive
    • again. They got lost because humanity had a certain instinctive
    • humanity cannot retain this instinctive cognition in the same
    • Just as little humanity could adhere to the medieval astronomy,
    • being of the soul and with it about the real core of the human
    • scientific thinking has taken possession of the human souls and
    • side to unveil the secrets of his own soul being to the human
    • again, what the human beings have lost as instinctive
    • knowledge. Most certainly, the human beings who feel this
    • we consider the different representations of the human soul and
    • viewpoint of an at least sketchy consideration of the human
    • its basis in the bodily of the human being. However, this
    • consideration of the human soul life.
    • of the soul. There they cannot but consider how a human action,
    • how a human will impulse, how everything that the human being
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture IV: The Science of the Supersensible and the Moral-Social Ideas
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    • this could seem very weird at first, because many people
    • appear. Nevertheless, they appear if the human being wants to
    • consideration of the human being has become relatively
    • penetrate not only into the pure physical side of the human
    • consideration of the human life it is necessary that one not
    • only considers how the human being is active in the wake day
    • the dream life, to take the whole human being into account.
    • of the human being much more intensely than one believes in the
    • animals, of the human beings, it would turn out that it is more
    • As death of the plants, animals, and human beings is something
    • animals and that of human beings is different to spiritual
    • we experience the sleep as human beings. It is a trivial view
    • that the human being must sleep because he is tired. However,
    • human being has to spend his life as it were, — as well
    • essence of the human being, one will also be able to recognise
    • that — if the human being withdraws from the wake day
    • being, than while awake. Save that the human being, as he is in
    • example, is misunderstood in manifold way. One misunderstands
    • human being is not able to work really with that what works in
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture V: The Activities of the Human Soul Forces and Their Connection with Man's Eternal Being
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    • Man's Eternal Being
    • Soul-spiritual with the Corporeality of Man, published in German as,
    • Activities of the Human Soul Forces and Their Connection with
    • Man's Eternal Being
    • which life demands. Spiritual science appears even today within
    • demanded it. However, towards an uninvited guest one becomes
    • humanity.
    • human beings have possessed that which anthroposophy wants to
    • spiritual science. The human beings have owned this
    • that humanity had to lose this instinctive knowledge as it had
    • scientific cognition for the progress of humanity and does not
    • up to a certain degree. But just because humanity grasped the
    • investigate. In former times, the human being observed the
    • human being would never have reached the complete liberation of
    • spiritual science straight away if the human being of the
    • investigate is the everlasting in the human soul, the workings
    • every human being wants to know something.
    • human being wants to know something about the objects that form
    • human soul what is behind the usual consciousness that they
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture VI: Spiritual-Scientific Results about the Ideas of Immortality and the Social Life
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    • seems to be incapable to tackle the riddles of humanity
    • that it has originated in straight development from demands
    • hears very often. Today the judgement of the human beings is
    • whole humanity in manifold way. The one needs, because of his
    • sympathy with the destiny of the whole humanity. Just from
    • form an opinion about the social life of humanity.
    • but the enumeration of that what the human beings believe to
    • History is understandably that for many people from which they
    • effect on many people that they have to learn something quite
    • new that they need in many respects not to stop at the opinions
    • the scientific thinking, but any thinking of humanity was
    • other areas of the human life. Today the sociological moral
    • mention one example of many. The great English philosopher
    • to the life of human beings.
    • the animals, of the human being; the single living being
    • to the ectoderm to the work of those human beings who belong to
    • the military class; the human beings of the working class
    • develop from the social endoderm, and those human beings who
    • field. Spiritual science has just to fetch many a thing that is
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture VII: The Nature of the Human Soul and the Nature of the Human Body
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    • Nature of the Human Soul and the Nature of the Human Body
    • knowledge of the human soul life and its relation to the bodily
    • birth and death of the human being? What has it to say about
    • the relation of the transient to the everlasting of the human
    • of the everlasting of the human being by psychology.
    • realise how this man did attempts repeatedly to penetrate
    • human being. You receive a feeling if you open yourself to the
    • satisfied the demands of that time. One applied the same mental
    • the human soul life. Soul life and physical life were not yet
    • their area. They have demanded new mental pictures by strictly
    • be demanded from true science today.
    • all probably know that if the human being looks at those big
    • more human beings this internal boldness awakes to prepare
    • promising and fertile way for the human beings, this step is
    • inside of the human being in such a way that it can really
    • inside of the human being attunes itself if it follows a bare
    • modern human being in strange way, just if you have tried to
    • is illusionary that eyes and ears manifest to us, which cause
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture VIII: How Natural Sciences Justify the Supersensible Knowledge
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    • question: how far does the scientific research lead the human
    • one, he thought that the human being can never get to any
    • of the human soul life and about that what is, actually, behind
    • nature but also limits of the human knowledge generally.
    • That what formed as judgement with Du Bois-Reymond and many
    • many of such cornerstones. I could say the same what can be
    • stumbling against such cornerstones is located in the human
    • organisation, in the human being himself. One notices at last:
    • what prevents us in the human organisation to pass those
    • cornerstones. The same force that prevents the human being from
    • human being — that developed such scientific views that
    • Such a human being would have to have a mental organisation
    • first instinctively, in the human being that must appear in the
    • human nature. He cannot put aside as it were the ability of
    • the human being must be connected in any way if they concern
    • human being. Since this inside of the human being often proves
    • (1853-1915, American pathologist). This example shows like many
    • human being is connected in his consciousness with that what
    • There it becomes obvious that anything must be in the human
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture IX: How Does One Justify the Anthroposophical Psychology?
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    • recognises that many contemporaries search something
    • mental pictures of their human condition — do not know
    • understanding the world scientifically works on the human being
    • cannot explain the human soul life with their means.
    • ways of thinking of the modern human being to itself in a way.
    • human being of that time formed mental pictures of the world
    • them, a certain way has remained to think about the human soul
    • Today the human being is no longer content with that what is
    • just offers, the human being who tries honestly to approach
    • some indication of the most essential in the human being, but
    • appears what pulsates in many contemporaries.
    • not give any explanation of the most important in the human
    • odd it is, if a man thinks about his science in such a way,
    • stopped at the old mental pictures with which the human being
    • scientifically, and because in him the unaware demand awakes to
    • what the modern human being needs most of all.
    • search the riddle of the human soul life in the modern sense.
    • unusual to the modern thinking that many people find it
    • contrary, the scientific progress urgently demands it. This
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture X: Moral, Social Life and Religion from the Viewpoint of Anthroposophy
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    • life of the human being.
    • quotation about the moral development of humanity. Haeckel and
    • many other researchers also agree to this quotation. Wallace
    • said, as big the progress of humanity is with reference to the
    • the moral development, one cannot say that humanity has made
    • human development will not be able to agree with this thinker
    • progress of humanity.
    • which just enables us to produce the right relation to human
    • having an effect in the human being, it must be retained so
    • human being arrives in the scientific cognition at a certain
    • one considers those spiritual abilities that the human being
    • people believe, it is only a temporary defect that the human
    • Indeed, Kant is typical in many fields for the form which
    • man.
    • become a guideline for all human beings. — This has
    • tailor make such a jacket that all human beings can wear it.
    • the most individual of the human being and can enjoy life only
    • abstraction that should be applied to all human beings in the
    • away from the field in the human being that wants to be grasped
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    • today because conditions are part of reflection that the human
    • something that only manifests by the personality of Thomas
    • to heaven, earth, human beings, history et cetera. It expresses
    • many a time what I experienced once when I reported that before
    • finish my teaching, although I had many students of the
    • Germany in those days. Because it was impossible for me to take
    • this talk that Thomism is a spiritual monism, which manifests
    • struggles for the being of that which the human being can
    • of the evil is silenced in the human nature also not if the
    • human being strives honestly and sincerely for the
    • a way, as the average human people of the present would like to
    • these questions had for this man of the fourth and fifth
    • a certain seriousness of life and turns to Manichaeism. We want
    • after years — by Manichaeism, and a certain scepticism
    • personality took place with the transition from Manichaeism to
    • look at Manichaeism, a peculiar way to overcome the old pagan
    • At that time, Manichaeism had expanded over
    • North Africa where Augustine grew up in which many people of
    • the West already lived. In the third century, Manichaeism came
    • into being by Mani, a Persian (216-277). History hands down
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    • impulses of western humanity exists. I think that one can look
    • manifests from the single human souls are only symptoms of
    • humanity. Without looking at this process, it is equally
    • from the twelfth until the twentieth years of a human being
    • way up from the subsoil of the human being. Thus, something
    • European humanity that one can just characterise saying: those
    • muse, on the actions of the widely wandered man.
    • that intervenes in the usual state of human
    • sing, muse, or: sing, goddess, on the redemption of the human
    • in the depths of humanity: the individualisation of the
    • human beings who wanted to deal with Christianity on one side
    • in Albert and Thomas. There many things intervened in the soul
    • It appears to the modern human, actually,
    • thought that a part of the human beings is destined from the
    • be saved mental-spiritually. The other part of humanity
    • For the modern human being this seems paradox, maybe even
    • cared about the general-human influenced by such ideas as those
    • human experience, and thereby just Augustine makes such a deep
    • Beyond Augustine that remained for many
    • human beings what the single human being of the West as a
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    • themselves known in a particular way in the human being. They
    • human being attain that knowledge which is necessary for life,
    • human individuality at first who was no longer able to carry up
    • biggest problem, the relationship of the human being to the
    • question: how does the human soul live in the human-body?
    • totality of the bodily. So that the human being is only
    • intellect integrates into the human being which Aristotle
    • after it had entered into the human body
    • this human body.
    • intellect soaks up the entire human system of forces. He can
    • only imagine that the human corporeality is something finished
    • is interspersed with soul and spirit because to him the human
    • view that ideas, as general concepts in the human being are
    • human mind, I would like to say, for the sake of comfortable
    • humanity falls again back into nominalism which is incapable to
    • something that lives in the human being and in a way in the
    • knowledge. Since we human beings have to get knowledge from
    • the last manifestations of a real spiritual world coming down
    • It is still necessary. Descartes and many of his successors
    • has found many supporters.
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  • Title: Anthroposophie, Ihre Erkenntniswurzeln und Lebensfruchte: Erster Vortrag
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    • Anthroposophie dieses anerkennt, hat man sie vielfach nur
    • Agnostizismus ist, man möchte sagen in seiner Reinkultur,
    • Denkweise der westlichen Welt. Man kann ihn in dieser seiner
    • Will man sagen, worinnen das Wesen dieses Agnostizismus
    • besteht, so wird man dies vielleicht am besten in der folgenden
    • Darauf baut nun der Agnostizismus. Er sagt: Man kann in der
    • weiter und weiter gehen. Man bekommt dann gewissermaßen
    • konstatiert. Aber man muß all dem gegenüber, was da
    • zugrunde liegt, was auf diese Art bekannt werden kann. Man kann
    • haben; man kann aber nicht zu demjenigen vordringen, was nun
    • ausgedehnt. Es wird gesagt: Man kann wohl ergründen, wie
    • Wahrnehmungen herkommen. Man kann aber nicht demjenigen, was
    • Willenskräften, man kann nicht dem, was da fortströmt
    • «Ich», man kann dem nicht so beikommen, daß etwa
    • er macht geltend, daß, wie man auch diese Vorstellungswelt
    • ausbilden möge, wie man sie auch verbreiten oder vertiefen
    • möge, welche Zusammenhänge man auch ergründen
    • Sein, in eine Wirklichkeit, kann man mit diesem
    • Gegenwart mit allem Radikalismus vertreten. Aber man denke doch
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    • of the last century had upon the whole life of humanity today. As a
    • result of natural science agnosticism taught that humanity was only
    • this must for ever remain hidden from human wisdom; and most especially
    • which alone humanity should have its stand; thus creating an inner division
    • disbelief; and, as a result, what is animal in man rises to the surface.
    • out the human side of man and making him into a machine.
    • we can see how the seeds of agnosticism bear fruit in the life of man.
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    • Damals, als diese Schriften entstanden, stand man ganz und gar
    • — auch da, wo man ernstes Erkenntnisstreben und ernstes
    • überall da traf man eben auf Menschen, die über den
    • alldem, was zur Anthroposophie führen kann. Alles, was man
    • Für jemand, der auf der einen Seite wissenschaftliches
    • Wissenschaft, nach der niemand sucht, und ein
    • wissenschaftliches Bedürfnis, das von niemandem befriedigt
    • zeitgenössische Philosophie bieten konnte, bekam man einen
    • gewissen Ausblick erst, wenn man versuchte, sich mit einem
    • war, von dem man zwar in bezug auf allerlei
    • Äußerlichkeiten viel sprach, in den man aber nicht
    • aber darauf kam es ja nicht an, sondern darauf, ob man bei
    • Gipfeln des Daseins. Und diese Tendenz konnte man deutlich
    • sehen. Man nahm aber bei Goethe etwas wahr, was einem
    • ergeben hat, und da konnte man wohl Veranlassung nehmen, die
    • man kann bei Goethe dies ganz besonders sehen, wenn man
    • Erkenntnisstrebens. Geht man ein auf das, was hier vorliegt,
    • dann wird man finden, daß Goethes Erkenntnisart besonders
    • war man ganz besonders darauf aus, diejenigen
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 2 (Summary): Perception and Thinking
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    • of animals and of humanity as he could in his observation of plants;
    • and also discovered the metamorphosis of the human skeleton.
    • Why could Goethe command one realm of nature and not another?
    • in a man when he gains knowledge of anything? To this question belongs the
    • itself to be reproduced as conceptions, but that man through his sensory
    • inner nature that man is born into the world.
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    • Weltanschauungsrichtung Eduard von Hartmanns, dessen
    • spekulativen Resultaten, spekulativen Denkinhalten kann man nur
    • das verstehen, was sich dann ergibt, wenn man durch eine
    • abstrakte Logik aus dem, was man wahrnimmt, schließt auf
    • irgend etwas nicht Wahrnehmbares, wenn man also durch
    • zugänglich sein. Denn könnte man nicht dahin
    • man annehmen, der Mensch werde gelenkt und geleitet an
    • die man höchstens im abstrakten Denken
    • erschließen, die man aber niemals erleben kann. Wer aber
    • menschliche Erfahrung, und man braucht im Grunde genommen nur
    • Notwendigkeit zu erklären ist. Aber man mag sich noch so
    • Kausalnotwendigkeit: gerade wenn man diese kausale
    • Erklärung konsequent ausbildet, dann kommt man durch sie
    • kausale Erklärung. Man sagt: Die Kausalerklärung
    • nicht da. — Und so wird man, wenn man auf der einen Seite
    • man nur kann, wenn man eben die Unbefangenheit sich verdunkelt,
    • mußte man auf der einen Seite festhalten; aber, um in
    • mußte man sie auf der andern Seite weiter ausgestalten.
    • Man mußte gewissermaßen dasjenige, was man in der
    • Naturbeobachten lehnt man sich an die äußere
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 3 (Summary): The Tragedy of F. Nietzsche
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    • This was the antithesis to the object of Edward von Hartmann's book,
    • human freedom. Agnostic natural science has veiled this experience and
    • but that it fills itself with the contents of the human soul. The methods
    • which is there when the human soul loosens itself from the rivets of
    • confines itself to investigating the human being himself as a free being
    • human soul; in investigating the problem of freedom we enter upon the
    • conceptions of natural science. He felt that the world could give mankind
    • no satisfaction and therefore he sought everywhere for elements in human
    • What weighed on Nietzsche's soul penetrated his whole manhood. Feeling and
    • but our age demands that men live as social beings. Nietzsche lacked
    • of the superman. In him there lived the impulse towards an altruistic
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    • seinem so tiefen menschlichen Streben, so kommt man zuletzt
    • Nietzsche findet man, daß er niemals ein eigentliches
    • Menschen entwickeln müsse. Nun, auch wenn man, wie mir
    • geistiger Welten: man kann zu keiner für die heutige Zeit
    • man nicht die Linien von geistiger Anschauung zu der
    • daß man dasjenige ins Auge faßt, was gerade mit einer
    • Anfechtbares, allein, wenn man sich wirklich eingelebt hat in
    • eine solche Denkergesinnung, muß man sagen, daß in
    • Haeckel mit einem religiösen, man könnte sogar sagen,
    • fanatischen Charakter aufgetreten ist. Aber man wird doch
    • man einfach auf seine Klischees in der «Natürlichen
    • hat. Und wenn auch gerade in dieser Beziehung Haeckel manchen
    • Fehler aufweist, so wird man im Ganzen seiner Darlegungen immer
    • brachte auf der andern Seite auch ein Bedenken, wenn man sieht,
    • Wesen im Weltendasein miteinander zusammenhängen. Man kann
    • Selbstbeobachtung, wie man ihn an Goethe bemerken kann, den
    • der tierischen Organismen einführt, so kann man an den
    • Forschungsweisen der Naturwissenschaft manches sich zum
    • für die übersinnliche Forschung, damit man diese vom
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 4 (Summary): The Relationship between Goethe and Hegel
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    • One cannot look plastically upon animal and human form in the same way
    • is not the case in regard to human and animal forms. The plant is really
    • he meant that whoever during many years had watched the lower animals
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    • Nebulos-Mystisches zu denken, zu dem man kommt, wenn man an die
    • dunkel in der Seele Lebendiges setzt, sondern man hat an etwas
    • gewöhnt sind, aber man hat sich auch nicht zu denken,
    • Phantasiemäßiges ist. Man hat, wenn man
    • wie von selbst auftauchen. Man fasse also dasjenige genau ins
    • Seelenauge, was eine Erinnerungsvorstellung ist, und man wird
    • könnte man zunächst in einem positiven Sinne das mehr
    • Übermannt uns dasjenige, was Inhalt unseres
    • Man
    • kann es einfach als eine Art Kriterium auffassen, ob jemand
    • verhält. Wenn jemand den Glauben hat, daß er etwas
    • vertreibt und durch Krankhaftes ersetzt. Wenn man dies, was ich
    • jetzt ausgesprochen habe, streng festhält, dann wird man
    • Wenn man sich nun klar darüber ist, daß es die
    • dann wird man auch verstehen, warum es von dem Geistesforscher
    • habe in meiner Schrift «Wie erlangt man Erkenntnisse der
    • ist überhaupt etwas, was man zunächst —
    • Größenwahn verfallen. Man muß dies ungeschminkt
    • aussprechen, damit niemand auf den Glauben kommt, derjenige,
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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    • or hallucinations and so on. On the contrary, they develop man's
    • of visionary, hallucinatory activity, the features that matter to man?
    • moral condition of man — unless all the rules outlined in my books
    • taking harm morally and psychologically, an element of megalomania,
    • in humility but really develop a kind of megalomania. This has to be
    • knowledge would wish to close his eyes to the fact that such megalomania
    • progresses to cognitive Imagination, for now experience can be managed
    • used in German philosophy — or how such soul constitutions acquired
    • from the ordinary process that only involves the head aspect of man,
    • to come into the culture and civilization of man as it is developing
    • In earlier periods of man's evolution this was aimed at in a more
    • instinctive way. The progress of human evolution has been such that
    • Let me mention just in passing that in earlier periods of man's
    • of man.
    • cognition in man himself. The process was not described in the way a
    • in a way, to apologize for many things, even if they are perfectly justifiable
    • to you that may be of no interest whatsoever to many people today, yet
    • in human evolution, as far as the achievement of knowledge is concerned,
    • man who at one time used to visit me a great deal, has published a dissertation
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  • Title: Anthroposophie, Ihre Erkenntniswurzeln und Lebensfruchte: Sechster Vortrag
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    • dem Walten der Erinnerungen in der menschlichen Seele. Man kann
    • charakterisieren, daß man es mit dem Leben in der
    • Erinnerung vergleicht. Man muß dann nur etwas genauer in
    • man den Akt, der sich da vollzieht, so vorstellt, daß die
    • über das man sich ja nicht eigentlich Gedanken macht
    • — und dann wiederum heraufspazieren, wenn man sie
    • Gewissermaßen konnte man sagen, wenn man die Worte nicht
    • Man muß nur einmal studieren, welche Machinationen man zum
    • man dieses gute Behalten nötig hatte. Es geht eben
    • führt. Wenn man die Erinnerung selber studiert, so wird
    • man merken, daß in der Art und Weise, wie zuweilen rein
    • Buche «Wie erlangt man Erkenntnisse der höheren
    • Umriß». Durch diese Übungen kommt man zu der
    • Fähigkeit imaginativen Erlebens. Man kommt dazu, daß
    • man solche innere vorstellungsähnliche Erlebnisse mit
    • Wenn man nun aber mit diesem Bilderbewußtsein herangeht an
    • stellt er sich in einem etwas andern Lichte dar. Man erkennt,
    • ausnehmen. Da bekommt man vor allen Dingen durch die
    • Reflektiert man mit dem gewöhnlichen Bewußtsein, so
    • kommt man nicht weit. Der Mensch muß sich schon
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 6: From Imaginative Knowledge to Inspirational Knowledge
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    • means by which the spiritual world bears fruit for the future of human
    • works in the human mind. One way of defining imaginative perception
    • Even a very superficial look at what the human soul experiences will
    • The human organism in a way becomes transparent if one visualizes it
    • into the human body — if I may put it like this, made individual
    • from the human body, aligning itself with similar processes that occur
    • in the cosmos, outside the human body.
    • as you can see, there are certain things in human life, such as memory,
    • machine within us, and we should not be real human beings. In my
    • forces of the human organism. These would be stimulated into growth,
    • intellectuality, yoga breathing would present the risk of man destroying
    • in the sphere of mind and spirit, the sphere man has experience of when
    • an inner metamorphosis. Man simply has to let it happen that as a physical
    • is active in free spirituality in the human individual, as an impulse
    • motivation for our actions when we act as free human beings. Yet when
    • It is this which causes all the misery in the many discussions and disputes
    • be able to manage if we use the terms ‘right’ and ‘wrong’
    • to describe human actions, to understand the phenomenon of freedom when
    • be penetrated with thought at one extreme of all that is human and,
    • other, intuitive perception. If we really want to understand man as
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  • Title: Anthroposophie, Ihre Erkenntniswurzeln und Lebensfruchte: Siebenter Vortrag
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    • ist. Und ebenso wird man sich verhalten mit Bezug auf die
    • Erdenanfang und Erdenende ist. Man nimmt jene
    • Physik, Chemie und so weiter ergeben, und man bildet aus ihnen
    • die Kant-Laplacesche Theorie über den Erdenanfang. Man
    • Man
    • das Göttliche in der Weltenordnung nennen. Aber wenn man
    • von dem aus man die mechanisch-kausale, die notwendige
    • herüber von dieser Naturordnung, in die man wegen einer
    • Bestandteilen unseres Menschentums sich auf getan hat. Man hat
    • erklären will. — Und man läßt von diesem
    • Naturordnung eingesponnen werden kann. Daneben aber richtet man
    • Reich mit der Glaubensgewißheit. Man sieht hin auf
    • man sagt sich: Keine wissenschaftliche Erkenntnis kann
    • voneinander sondern, was man wissen kann und das, was man
    • glauben soll; und man könnte sich denken, daß diese
    • Lebenssicherheit abgeben könnte. Aber wenn man tief genug
    • dann muß man zu folgendem kommen. Dann muß man sich
    • sagen: Wenn das Reich der Naturnotwendigkeit so ist, wie man im
    • Möglichkeit, das Reich des Moralischen zu retten. Man
    • der Naturordnung aufzukommen. Man braucht nur daran zu denken,
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • The lectures were published in German as:
    • a translation by F. Hough. The German text is contained in
    • man's feeling life to some extent. Yet its answer can only be found
    • when, in genuine concern for the being of man, he contrasts, with a
    • same time social, and today every man experience the urgency of the
    • science, man is led to consider the objects of the world in their
    • comprise everything that is within the world order, including man.
    • Today, in so far as we wish to understand man by means of natural
    • appearances outside man, and we then attempt to extend in more or
    • ‘We may not come to a halt before human freedom.’ I have
    • A man who seeks a strictly
    • really given empirically in immediate human experience, and that
    • mankind has learned through established ways of thinking and knowing,
    • necessity to include the most intimate experiences of the human
    • being, so that mankind will be fully enmeshed in the web of natural
    • into the most intimate details of the human being, as well as to the
    • lies the dignity of man, wherein exists true human worth?” Here
    • that we can achieve an existence fully worthy of mankind. We could
    • not call ourselves fully human if we did not think that motive was
    • what we call the Divine in the world order. But for a modern man who
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • means by which the spiritual world bears fruit for the future of human
    • in the nature of man. On the one hand the soul has to face the moral,
    • question is one every human being feels to be a burning question.
    • of the universe, including man. When we want to understand man through
    • outside of man. We then establish hypotheses, with greater or lesser
    • freedom of man. I have already made some reference to the problem we
    • of freedom as something given empirically, as an immediate human experience,
    • necessity to the most inward and subtle aspects of human nature, with
    • the result that man is completely held in the cocoon spun by science-determined
    • on the most intimate aspects of human nature and the very limits of
    • ask ourselves where the true rank and dignity of man lies, what value
    • there really is in man, we turn our attention also to the moral sphere,
    • calling human can only be achieved by following ethical ideas, ideas
    • ourselves human in the real sense of the word unless we think also of
    • a certain honesty in our view of things compels us also to include man
    • man must consider connected with all of his rank and dignity, all of
    • our human nature does not exist. It has been said that the term ‘scientific’
    • of man, inclusive of the beginning and the end of the world, in terms
    • the significance of this moral realm; yet man has to find certainty
    • Many people will no doubt
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  • Title: Anthroposophie, Ihre Erkenntniswurzeln und Lebensfruchte: Achter Vortrag
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    • Imagination, Inspiration und Intuition selbst, in welchen man
    • die Forschungsmittel, ich möchte sagen, in welchen man
    • für die übersinnliche Welt dasjenige hat, was man in
    • man sich nur in der richtigen Weise zu diesem gewöhnlichen
    • kann. Einfach eine höhere Belebung desjenigen, was man im
    • älteren Zeiten mußte man ganz andere Mittel anwenden.
    • allerintensivsten, wenn man sich einlaßt auf diejenige
    • menschlichen Lebens zu versenken. Wenn man im strengen Sinne
    • reinen Denkens, dann kommt man mit Bezug auf die durch
    • Haeckelismus gekommen ist. Und will man anschaulich machen
    • dasjenige, wozu man auf diesem Wege kommt, auf dem Wege der
    • Denkens, das diese Anschauung durchwebt, so muß man in
    • folgendem Sinne verfahren. Man kann dann nicht aus irgendeinem
    • über eine Lebenskraft, wie es der Neovitalismus tut. Man
    • liegt und dergleichen, sondern man muß in der Weise bei
    • muß man die äußere Naturforschung auf dieses
    • nebulosen Mystizismus hinein. Dadurch aber kann man sich leicht
    • dann so gewendet werden, daß man sagt: Da ist von mir auch
    • eindringen können. Denn gerade, wenn man sich auf dem
    • beschränkt, wenn man in der Lage ist, jene innere
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • means by which the spiritual world bears fruit for the future of human
    • I have attempted to describe to you presents to man the findings of
    • really applies only to the present age. This epoch in human evolution,
    • concepts in human consciousness that can be developed and given life
    • a child achieves, so the means used by civilized 20th century man cannot
    • the evolution of animal and human life. If we strictly apply the discipline
    • spiritual research has to demand with regard to the sense-perceptible
    • science specifically demands that the study of external nature must
    • to gain insight that man really comes alive to himself. It is by starting
    • are revealed, man's soul perceives — and I have already described
    • of life, from the time of birth. As man advances to Inspiration, the
    • man's life becomes the object of his perception. In Intuition,
    • Initially, therefore, man
    • science that relate purely to human nature. As we begin to find ourselves,
    • how man finds himself, and it is for the time being the most significant
    • outcome in quite general human terms. At the same time, however, the
    • whole of man's consciousness is expanded. The findings made in
    • human souls when taken into those souls and tested for their truth.
    • As a result, human consciousness gains a new kind of insight into the
    • the present day arose from indefinite and subconscious human instincts.
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • Also known as: Self-Consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • Also known as: Self-Consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • allowed to deliver the lecture in German.
    • After many long years of work in this domain of knowledge, I know
    • of the reality of the higher worlds. As all my writings for many,
    • many years have been concerned with answering this very question, you
    • knowledge that man’s power of investigation, in so far as it
    • indeed exist, so far as the everyday consciousness of man is
    • In the realm of philosophy, of course, many endeavours have been made
    • human heart can conjecture about what lies on yonder side of the
    • the eternal significance of the human soul, of the links connecting
    • human faculty of remembrance, of memory. The ordinary consciousness
    • down, mingling with these memories and remembrances, lie many factors
    • consciousness. Many a mystic unearths from the depths of the soul,
    • early childhood undergoes many metamorphoses and that it can reappear
    • in later life in a different form. Many a man believes that in
    • from the depths of the human heart. In both directions he comes up
    • the other, the human side, the storehouse of memories which must be
    • for many years. The point of importance is that the faculty of
    • thinking in man is developed to a greater strength and intensity than
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  • Title: Lecture: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • Self-consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being).
    • Self-consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being).
    • against the efforts of natural science, as so many people believe; on
    • regard to natural science they speak of boundaries to human
    • these boundaries with the ordinary forces of human understanding.
    • external Nature and also of the physical nature of the human
    • Its starting point is to draw out of man’s inner being latent
    • forces, to rouse slumbering forces of knowledge enabling the human
    • which can be drawn out of every human soul, forces which transcend
    • thought, but the unfolding of the whole human being. But a beginning
    • every single condition leading to different manifestations can be
    • the human being. In the public lecture which I gave yesterday I
    • What particular result can the human soul gain through mathematics?
    • to enter human consciousness in the form of suggestions, illusions,
    • in order to show that freedom really lives in man’s ethical,
    • Activity called forth many misunderstandings, because people simply
    • another. Even as in the human organism we cannot pass over at will
    • an external world. To begin with, it leads only to man’s
    • human soul is to live in a sound condition. This applies to the
    • Activity gave rise to so many misunderstandings. But it had to be
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  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds. It appears in the original German in
    • The Spiritual Human Being. The translator is unknown.
    • It appears in the original German in
    • Self-consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • concerning the human being and his relation to the universe. The
    • universe and man are undoubtedly the two most important problems,
    • the things connected with the great life problems of human
    • human being, self-knowledge is undoubtedly a problem which must
    • mysteries of the world's evolution are connected with man's own
    • being; they knew that they could only learn something about man's
    • the universe of which the human being forms part.
    • cannot be denied that in connection with a knowledge of man and
    • in many ways endeavor to transcend the spheres indicated above,
    • A German scientist
    • body's physical nature, tried to give many examples taken from
    • was told that the man had died in the night.
    • many other cases, less marked and radical, in order to prove that
    • fell on the Belgian-German frontier, and Sir Oliver Lodge, who
    • Through many incidents, which are not directly connected with
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds, published in German as,
    • Anthroposophy has to say concerning the Human Being and his
    • relation to the Universe. The universe and man are undoubtedly
    • life-problems of human existence which transcend the knowledge
    • regard to the human being, self-knowledge is undoubtedly a
    • evolution are connected with man's own being; they knew that
    • they could only learn something about man's being by seeking to
    • which the human being forms part.
    • knowledge of man and of the universe modern people show a deep
    • investigators who in many ways endeavour to transcend the
    • German scientist who worked very hard to discover how to
    • give many examples taken from his medical and scientific
    • the patient was feeling and he was told that the man had
    • Schleich mentions many other cases, less marked and radical, in
    • the last war. He fell on the Belgian-German frontier, and
    • of his beloved son. Through many incidents, which are not
    • to do with one of the greatest of modern scientists, with a man
    • man who does not approach the investigation of such things
    • describe a scene enacted on the Belgian-German frontier shortly
    • subject my last two lectures already contained many
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • MAN
    • yesterday's lecture, but because the facts concerning man's
    • subject of to-day's lecture is man's true being which, lying at
    • it. Spiritual science above all can show that man's physical
    • have now a different view of man's true being than a few
    • approach the element of soul and spirit in man by
    • which produce certain abnormal soul-conditions in man which
    • without the unfolding of the soul's dormant forces, concerning
    • Such people, and many who are not a prey of abnormal
    • means of penetrating more deeply into man's true being; they
    • that man's true being can be investigated in the light of
    • proceeding from the human being which manifest themselves
    • intermediary of the human being, so that it appears as if it
    • are permeated by something rooted as plastic force in human
    • thinking, by something existing inhuman thought.
    • proceed from that part of the human being which, as explained
    • yesterday, abandons the physical and the etheric body of man,
    • man's eternal soul-spiritual essence, of that part which we
    • sleep, vanishes. What constitutes man's immortal, eternal
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    • German as, Die Wirklichkeit der Hoeheren Welten. The topics covered are:
    • three-fold human being. The just price. Harmonizing of interests.
    • First of all I wish to thank the honourable chairman for his
    • general human one. It announces itself when one studies it in
    • such a volcanic way in the present from purely human causes.
    • solution — from a purely human aspect. And here I must
    • very abstract view, it is this, that we live in a time when man
    • workers in free conversation throughout many years. There one
    • to the economic needs of humanity, then one will initially be
    • view of this human side. And there it became clear to me that
    • life millions of human beings belong to this proletariat of
    • interest in concrete branches of manufacture and industries by
    • in as much as he ascribes to it the reason for all human
    • purely human interests from the interests of practical life
    • with that which one always asserts as demands, as
    • said in the German parliament (Deutsche Reichstag) wanting to
    • every human being. Then he instructed the delegates thus: Let
    • the community give to every healthy human being the work which
    • stood with his whole disposition, his whole human feeling on
    • another general human standpoint. That is Robespierre.
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  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Self-consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • It appears in the original German in
    • Self-consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • the two sides of human nature which are usually incorrectly
    • designated as man's inner and outer being should be distinctly
    • one does not carefully distinguish man's inner and outer being,
    • of man's sentient and volitional being during sleep and the
    • designated vaguely in ordinary consciousness as man's outer and
    • by this separation man's inner world becomes his outer world, and
    • in that case? During sleep, man's sentient and volitional being
    • abandons what we designated man's physical and etheric body, or
    • retrospection the whole woof of thought appears outside man's
    • out with man's true inner being during sleep, but remains behind
    • the human being which goes out of the physical and the etheric
    • learn to know this inner being of man when super-sensible
    • ordinary life, man's true inner being, woven out of feeling and
    • thought. Man's real soul-spiritual being therefore obtains a
    • abstract, theoretical manner with which we can live in the
    • them out of compassion, all this demands the inclusion of our
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • that the two sides of human nature which are usually inexactly
    • designated as man's inner and outer being should be distinctly
    • man's inner and outer being, when speaking of these. The way in
    • which I characterised the going out of man's sentient and
    • ordinary consciousness as man's outer and inner being.
    • might say that by this separation man's inner world becomes his
    • What takes place in that case? During sleep, man's sentient and
    • outside man's inner being. The world of thought which fills our
    • does not go out with man's true inner being in falling asleep,
    • that part of the human being which goes out of the physical and
    • and we only learn to know this inner being of man when
    • formative forces. In ordinary life, man's true inner being,
    • plastic form in the senses and in the organs of thought. Man's
    • cannot enter this world in the same abstract theoretic manner
    • compassion, all this demands the inclusion of our feelings and
    • When speaking from a knowledge of the higher worlds, many
    • is painful enough for many people, becomes immeasurably
    • is the same when the human being abandons his physical and
    • this world remains to man. The physical body filled with
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture IV: Nature of Anthroposophy
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    • Geistesforschung (Anthroposophie). (The Mystery of the Human
    • is often said today that when man's spiritual life is in a
    • confused, chaotic condition and human souls have lost their
    • the human soul are concerned, the longing for the comprehension
    • of the eternal in the human soul and of the relation of this
    • human beings — in such a way that it comes to meet the
    • understanding of the simplest human heart, and the practical
    • needs of human souls and spirits at the present time, when
    • strength in action, and for faith in mankind and its destiny.
    • But Anthroposophy must take more seriously than do many who
    • cannot comprehend more of the human being than that part of it
    • which belongs to this sense world as the human physical, bodily
    • value, dignity, and being of man are concerned, and that it
    • cannot penetrate the real soul and spirit of man.
    • world. It would be arbitrary to do so because this manner of
    • danger which must be overcome if the eternal in man and in the
    • can observe the life of the human soul without prejudice knows
    • the meaning of the human memory in the whole life of the soul.
    • of our own human soul life.
    • is easy to believe, and many people do believe, that
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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • published in German as:
    • impulses also, it encounters many persons who feel drawn towards such
    • myself to call “the scientific spirit”, has, in many
    • respects, shaken old, traditional beliefs, and although many people
    • there are, nevertheless, very many to-day whose souls have at least
    • understands how difficult it is for a man involved in scientific work
    • Many people
    • however, that many of our adherents — and opponents too —
    • human life, but rather with the mental attitude a man assumes when
    • is, in the first place, quite independent of man and the rest of the world.
    • And because man as an individual being orientates himself in accordance
    • inserts himself into cosmic space. In a word, man regards space as
    • Anschauung a priori), a mode of intuition given to man prior to
    • not so in reality. We human beings do actually build space out of our
    • should not have our intuition of space (Raumanschauung) if, in
    • earth's surface — from the fact that we human beings are not
    • know the second dimension of space in an equally unconscious manner. You
    • will be well aware that man — to mention what pertains more to his
    • the human body is connected with the mobility, spontaneous at first,
    • with left, or left with right, that we human beings experience the
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    • something born from man as a whole and to serve his whole
    • able to speak from the whole compass of man's being. It must
    • human evolution in the way I have ventured to describe in the two
    • sense, we need, before all else, to understand thoroughly the human
    • proceeds from, the human form. We must understand the human form in a
    • element in our world and, at the same time, proceeds from our human being.
    • forms underlying our world, can be derived from the human form. But
    • “space”, as we say — the human form plastically.
    • on a secret pertaining to our human way of looking at the world —
    • to be within the human body.) Any region of space is then related to
    • But man is capable of relating himself to the cosmos — as we,
    • yesterday, related ourselves to the human being (the
    • “anthropos”). As we looked into the human being and found
    • all that is symmetrically built into the human organism; and in the
    • the human organism built in a definite way.
    • with your human understanding — you achieve nothing. But if you
    • one's way into the human organism in order to have the three
    • connected with man — so one can acquire a perception of
    • whole human being, with full understanding of the cosmos, then, in
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    • human thinking in the civilized world.
    • it would take a great many words to survey the triumphs of
    • science in the field of human knowledge, and the
    • modern man that we come up against two paradoxes, as I should
    • research is a transformation of human thinking. Any impartial
    • because of the conditions which then determined man's
    • was approached in former times — how human thinking as a
    • existence they manifest to us their inner connection, their
    • Under these conditions, what has become of human thinking? It
    • Here, then, is one of my paradoxes: that thought as a human
    • experience is excluded from the relationship that man enters
    • something self-manifesting.
    • significance of this for man's inner life is extraordinarily
    • scientific law, understand thinking as a manifestation of
    • the human organism? And to this, if we stand impartially and
    • many people today, I believe, are fully conscious of the force
    • human; it is in thinking that we find our human dignity —
    • and yet this, which really makes us into human beings,
    • pointing to what is noblest in our human nature, we feel
    • in the human soul. Doubts arise first in the intellect, it is
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    • the riddles of existence touch the human soul, they become not only
    • or sorrow of man's existence. And not a passing happiness or sorrow
    • Now, man's attitude to his own soul is such that the most
    • his human dignity and his true significance as a man, that the
    • tremendous riddle. To deny the mind in man himself does not, of
    • the many experiences in the realm of the psyche which present
    • unconscious awareness of it affects his soul, man is overcome
    • the outside world. And just because man sees in this life his
    • overtake mental experiences when man passes through the gate of
    • show us, the human eye or some other sense-organ, there remains
    • manifests its outgoing function.
    • many words to explain scientifically how these enigmas creep
    • impartial observer of humanity with factual evidence of the
    • much we learn about what can be experienced by the human body
    • man's death, is given over to the general process of nature, so
    • fate in the world is of such paramount concern to man. Thus we
    • many years lived and worked here in Vienna, and who will never
    • renounce all claim to understand the fate of the human soul
    • conclusion. It is that, in the study of man, scientific
    • concludes: it is impossible, with the soul-powers that manifest
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    • moving, once wrote: “Each man should consider with what
    • affect us, we are initiated into the whole relationship of man
    • their powers in the development of humanity in accordance
    • unconscious. Yet even a superficial examination of human
    • organize their lives in a conscious manner. Instinctive living
    • complications of life require man to participate in the
    • development of humanity with a certain degree of consciousness,
    • mankind's historical development to help us in our
    • way of looking at human history as cause and effect does indeed
    • too, human history seems to point to unspoken depths, to
    • below. And human observation can scarcely presume to gain
    • In the human organism itself, which is such a richly
    • spiritual comprehension of the forces of human history —
    • mankind.
    • manifest. What I have described to you, the awakening of
    • consciousness, being dormant deep down in the soul
    • modern man leads us to see that we must develop these cognitive
    • quite different to the man of today from what it was, for
    • permanent and enduring character there. What men think in
    • have permanence in the soul; and we are simply unhealthy in
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    • human life, with all their various differences. What I have to
    • Looking at the East, Western man — the man of recent
    • as that of man's relation to the secrets and the mysterious
    • vegetation of the East and, with it, all that the human hand,
    • the human spirit and civilization have produced from stone and
    • There appears to be no objective reason for man to abandon this
    • in immediate revelation, as they appear to the human senses and
    • the human soul.
    • respect we ourselves belong in many ways to the West. Here, we
    • concepts in the atomistic manner of today, we shall have to
    • scientific concept of the structure of animal and man,
    • when it looks at the human shape, tracing its planes with an
    • the man of the region between. In what we experience
    • first reveal itself through the human soul.
    • the end this grows into the view that one's own human sensuous
    • substance is a replica of a human being whose true existence is
    • world. From his standpoint, the view of man and the view of
    • I have shown, by awakening powers dormant in the soul we can
    • attain a view of the spiritual world that yet suits modern man;
    • man that I should now like to characterize.
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    • question will be raised: Are there paths by which man can reach
    • that, if a man sets out to make specific statements about such
    • anthropomorphism, that is of taking features of human mental
    • everything that humanity has acquired over the last three
    • certain point in their consideration of the human cognitive
    • faculty and the capacities of the human psyche. They drew the
    • soon as we become aware of the need to consider man as a
    • whole and to take into account all that can follow from man's
    • man to the world, in order to establish whether there is a path
    • that leads from man to knowledge of the world, we must
    • man's position in the world? Assuming that man's theoretical
    • constitution would a man need? Well, his relation to the world
    • relationship of man to the world will realize: a being whose
    • have love. But love demands that we should meet another
    • man must be a creature of love by virtue of his task on earth,
    • and since when man has a certain capacity it conditions his
    • whole being, we can conclude: man definitely needs limits
    • man as a whole, inhabiting life as a living creature. This is
    • older forms of humanity's mystical endeavour. Yet in face of
    • the other kinds of knowledge man requires* today, this
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    • Utopian manner; but rather that the spiritual philosophy
    • man, into a human attitude of mind, provide a framework within
    • the history of humanity with an open mind, however, we observe
    • man's development. There have, of course, always been
    • really mean something different; they mean man's feeling that
    • man's nature, especially within the civilized world. These
    • but are less well suited to arousing in man the social
    • Looking back over man's development, we see that, in the course
    • human soul a capacity, a soul-power, which we can regard as
    • to facilitate the intercourse of man with man. Only a
    • symptomatic of something lying much deeper in man. This is what
    • inanimate nature, and that a man who desires only
    • develop into human social configurations informed by
    • configurations are still present. On the other hand, man owes
    • problem of man's freedom within his social life. The experience
    • when intellectual life raises man to the apprehension of
    • this has only been possible to man since he raised himself to
    • when mankind was more naive about the life of the soul and had
    • complicated social life of man. The things that enable us to
    • understanding this most modern development, man thus
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    • the whole of human relationships throughout the world are
    • change throughout the world, there live within them human
    • which yet are directly reflected in man's life today, I shall
    • about Central Europe and in particular about Germany,
    • individual human relationships. There is — or was before
    • man with his whole thinking and feeling is bound up in the
    • affairs he has to manage. This comes out most clearly when we
    • look at economic affairs. In the West, what a man wishes to
    • the Englishman, from his standpoint, calls “academic
    • activities as a part of such a system. The Englishman has no
    • many millions of men like a kind of religion, fifty years
    • or so ago, has been modified in many ways. Yet for the broad
    • Marx was educated in Central Europe, in Germany, where he
    • be regarded as the ideal organization of human society as a
    • so many of these, a great deal survives in a disguised form, so
    • the human body: potions that were brewed and substances that
    • consumption of these potions and substances, man's normal
    • nature man experiences within himself a kind of world-memory.
    • this way is achieved entirely without manipulating the
    • primitive man. In the same way, it will arrive at the outlook
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    • attracted comment on many sides and has led a large part of
    • mankind into a mood of extraordinary pessimism and
    • a man of whom it might perhaps have been least expected —
    • a man, moreover, who belonged to a period for which such an
    • art-historian Herman Grimm, who did not live to experience the
    • statement as striking precisely because it comes from Herman
    • the things that can elevate mankind and that exist in man
    • at the same time it can never be the business of mankind to get
    • long way in human development. Specifically, I pointed out
    • modern consciousness extraordinarily alien in many respects. We
    • of individual human beings who have been born into this
    • social organism. He also manages to regard as an ideal social
    • individual human being? And here, from the standpoint of
    • yet little understanding of this human individuality. Attention
    • primary. The man who is to live in it is regarded as secondary.
    • in the Orient, we find that it embraced a humanity quite
    • civilization. In many psychic and spiritual matters, indeed, we
    • civilization, one to which many Europeans, even, long to
    • adoption by a human community — then he
    • Obviously, in an age when human individuality had not yet
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    • kinds of social institutions in which they claim that mankind,
    • or at any rate a section of mankind, would prosper better than
    • but from the standpoint of a knowledge of man, can only talk of
    • the emergence of social prospects when man is able once again
    • institutions, but the possibility of discovering man and
    • become possible to discover man within the social order —
    • less. The fact is that mankind can prosper socially in all
    • What matters today is human beings, not just institutions. For
    • great deal nowadays depends on whether the man who has to
    • discussing with them, as man to man, everything that goes on in
    • attuned to human considerations, you establish a basis on which
    • a long time, the view has been widespread that the man who is a
    • get to know the common man, and in particular the proletariat.
    • interest them for a while by virtue of the piquancy of many
    • man's relation to existence as a whole. On this point, it is
    • reflections, human essence and human destiny ultimately
    • but something a man can absorb as nourishment for his soul
    • their humanity, or enable them to co-operate in the creation of
    • and judgment, from what appeals to human nature. And they grew
    • humanity, so that your hearers
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    • Utopian manner, to advocate institutions which their creators
    • conditions thrown up in the course of man's recent
    • appeal to human nature. It could not have been otherwise, given
    • many cases, for example, what I included solely to illustrate
    • demonstrate how mankind could achieve social thinking and
    • would no longer be felt by many people to be oppressive, as
    • influence human life as a whole must surely hearken to it
    • first, in order to derive from it the human remedies for its
    • unconscious will of mankind in Europe. Everywhere we find these
    • spiritual science instils in man, to observe what has been
    • become conscious of the direction in which mankind is really
    • trying to go. The reason for many of our social abuses today is
    • part what mankind has worked out intellectually and embodied in
    • institution. In the historical development of mankind in
    • mood which has emerged in the course of man's history, and
    • yesterday — the will, which is the true centre of man's
    • While many men cannot escape from economic limitations and
    • limitations of class, many others cannot rise above their
    • arisen in the recent development of civilized man, alongside
    • even in the face of the many shattering verdicts on the
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    • published in German as,
    • as a painful memory for the many who loved it, may provide
    • to give here in Basel, in this same hall, for many years past.
    • performances, and so on.
    • Many people were scandalized at the very name,
    • from them what can be gained — after so many decades have
    • passed over humanity's evolution since Goethe's death —
    • one I have employed here for many years — to answer the
    • scientific education that mankind has enjoyed for the past
    • employed today by natural science, man can know what is
    • the human intellect can deduce from sense-perception,
    • barriers to man's knowledge, that with regard to the spirit man
    • very many people who get their education from the natural
    • they also correspond to concepts of knowledge which humanity
    • what in our day is won for humanity and for practical life in
    • primitive, outermost human settlements. This brings it about
    • that many people do not know that their soul-longing is for
    • about the natural world; but this causes in many of them,
    • the other side of human existence, as it were, the other side
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    • man's being in a way which I think our visitors who are giving
    • In speaking about man's external observations and
    • functions it is, to begin with, only man's physical body
    • that is in active manifestation
    • organisation of the human being, a Second Man within
    • man, so to speak. How can one have actual
    • perception of this Second Man? It must again and
    • gain a true perception of this Second Man, a
    • thing however, is necessary, because in our own time man
    • exercises. Of course man has thoughts today, but he can
    • thinking. Modern man can achieve this,
    • Such exercises require man as it were to throw himself with
    • your thoughts in this way, you experience the Second Man
    • experience this Second Man within you, your etheric
    • experience this Second Man as being
    • What is here experienced as the Second Man is
    • Man.
    • One perceives that this Second Man is perpetually
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    • the physical body, man has an etheric and an astral body. And
    • formative forces can be experienced when a man becomes aware of
    • Man can have this experience if he becomes conscious of this
    • — one feels oneself living in one's Second Man and
    • experiencing this Second Man as a kind of time-body, as
    • time-body reveals itself to human experience as the
    • It is in fact a spiritual experience for the human soul when
    • through this inner awareness of thinking a man enters into the
    • Whereas in his physical body man is accustomed to feel
    • is experienced when by earnest striving man attains what I have
    • breathing-power, man must learn not to spend this power
    • alone rise up in the soul, a man who
    • man's moral world, the world of moral impulses.
    • moral-spiritual world, and man lives in this world, or
    • with one another. With one side of his being man is
    • is also conscious of the fact that his dignity as a human being
    • ordinary consciousness man here finds himself faced with the
    • organisation, man himself has so much in
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    • Man's Faculty of Cognition in the Etheric World
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    • Man's
    • speaking of man's place in the Universe. On the one side we
    • envisaged man's organisation as composed of physical
    • same time I also tried to show how these members of the human
    • world of the senses; man's physical body is part of that world.
    • and of which I told you that man should experience it as coming
    • out in all directions and man living within these
    • and thus reaching man. It is obvious,
    • therefore, that man's etheric body is
    • when contemplating man's astral body, we perceive it to be
    • whenever we employ those human faculties of
    • all only final manifestations. They have their source in the
    • the world well known to ordinary consciousness, where man is
    • it were, in the Second Man, in the body of formative forces; we
    • reveal manifestations of the Beings of the third
    • and cold are felt as emanating from certain
    • manifestation of the working and weaving of the spirit-and-soul
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    • important demands of the age. This is the demand that the most
    • scientific demands of those very persons who stand on the ground of
    • from various points of view regarding the scientific demands of the
    • results in the evolution of humanity, which have emerged in such a
    • precisely this demand, and I wish to speak in another lecture
    • about the super-sensible knowledge of the human being as a demand of
    • the human heart, of human feeling, during the present age.
    • connection with this current of human evolution. For instance, we may
    • the senses, as is supplied by natural science, very special human
    • and experimentation have thrown a light also upon human capacities
    • themselves. But I should like to say that many persons holding
    • which has been reflected upon man himself through his own
    • thought to what this light has illuminated, we see that human
    • most earnest of those who take up this research: the demand that this
    • clinic, etc. And the human being has achieved tremendous power in
    • developed characteristic of thinking which demands before everything
    • the human being is in himself by reason of his inner nature. For what
    • we ourselves mean as human beings in the universe, in the totality of
    • cosmic relationships. In a certain sense, the human being has
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: Supersensible Knowledge: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Age
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    • published in German as,
    • as a Demand of the Age
    • violating one of the most important demands of the age. This is the
    • demand that the most important questions of existence shall be
    • conscientious scientific demands of those very persons who take their
    • the scientific demands of the times, imposed upon us by the splendid
    • theoretical and practical results in the evolution of humanity which
    • that this tends to fulfill precisely this demand, and I wish to speak
    • human being as a demand of the human heart, of human feeling,
    • have come about precisely in connection with this current of human
    • afforded by natural science, very special human capacities have been
    • thrown a light also upon human capacities themselves. But I should
    • like to say that many persons holding positions deserving of the
    • upon man himself through his own researches. If we only give a little
    • thought to what this light has illuminated, we see that human
    • developed, we see it confronted with a demand — with which it
    • is faced, indeed, by the most earnest research scientists: the demand
    • laboratory, in the clinic, etc. And the human being has achieved
    • demands before everything else — so it appears at first —
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    • published in German as,
    • capacities of the human soul which belong to our every-day life, and
    • capacities of the soul actually brings about for the human
    • constitute the environment of man himself to the extent that he
    • the reaction of the human heart to thoughts when we are dealing with
    • matters which affect the human heart in the profoundest
    • a human being actually penetrates into the spiritual world by means
    • pulsing waves through man's being. The fact is that what is here
    • human being in a manner entirely unlike that of ordinary
    • should like to begin with the fact that the human being, even in
    • grotesque and often chaotic manner. Even though we are in the same
    • space with many other persons, our dream world belongs to us alone;
    • us that what we have to consider as our own inner human nature is
    • connected with this dream world. Even the corporeal nature of man is
    • innermost being of man is connected, even though in an instinctive
    • and unconscious manner, with that which flows and weaves in dreams.
    • experience in a wholly isolated manner during sleep and during
    • dreams, in a manner that we can share with other persons at most only
    • manner of abstract calculation, nor in an experimental way; but they
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    • secretary of the German Theosophical Society until he broke with the
    • lecture was published in German by the Rudolf Steiner Verlag, Dornach,
    • of the human being within this world in a theosophical sense.
    • believe that the indications I am able to give may be useful to many
    • begin? How did it evolve to the point where human beings can inhabit
    • evolve? — and in the second volume: How did the human race evolve
    • other side concerning this subject. Many an astronomer will object:
    • stores of wisdom that humanity possesses; but what meaning can what
    • quite different things to say; and the force of the one in the human
    • himself ready before receiving these truths. There were many degrees
    • origin of the world from the old writings. There are forces in man
    • judge it. Our contemporaries, however, demand that the occultist prove
    • than what any other scholar asserts in his own field, and he demands
    • nothing more than every mathematician also demands.
    • heard. He doesn't demand blind faith, only listening. Neither
    • developed into human beings. We will be led to the stage where this
    • human being was imbued with earthly forces, where he was surrounded by
    • His lectures on the subject generated vehement arguments and many articles
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    • sources. He later abandoned most of these terms in favor of German.
    • This lecture was published in German by the Rudolf Steiner Verlag,
    • is like a particle of dust within these many worlds; and that man is
    • theory. Science tells us how erroneous it was that man in ancient
    • cosmic evolution was only a preparation for human existence. Science
    • has drummed into us how small the human being is compared to the
    • universe, that is was arrogant of man to believe that the world is
    • and stars if it didn't direct itself to the human being, so he could
    • of man and the dust particle nature of the universe.
    • Let us now consider the human being in relation to the history of
    • contemporary humanity's standpoint concerning cosmology. Everything
    • that man can grasp with his senses — be they the rough senses of
    • merely the exterior, physical human being. Those of you who have heard
    • theosophical lectures more often know that this exterior human being
    • is only the wrapping, the outer manifestation of the inner man. What
    • is the inner man actually? When you study the physical man
    • serves the true being of man as a thinking instrument. This being who
    • thinks in man cannot be discerned with physical sense instruments; not
    • perceive what it is that thinks in a human being. In a theosophical
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    • sources. He later abandoned most of these terms in favor of German.
    • This lecture was published in German by the Rudolf Steiner Verlag,
    • A week ago, I tried to explain the manner of thinking, so strange to
    • Manvantara”. When the state of perfection is reached, a
    • The time between one Manvantara and the next passes in a state in
    • comparable to normal human sleep. In normal sleep only the activities
    • something that takes on human form, and then disperses. The humans who
    • The human being could now incarnate. He found a body which allowed him
    • man and animal, in which the human being did not feel completely
    • established. And now, during the fourth Round, the human being
    • gushing matter. Man had a form similar to the one he has now, but his
    • human being was possible in that flowing, gushing state. We call these
    • usual understanding of Darwinism. We have the human being present in
    • sounds. The human being was also mute. He could not yet think, not
    • following, second race, matter separated into two poles. The human
    • The human being developed further and at the third stage discarded the
    • allowed man to become a human being. The human beings who came over
    • During every Round there are humans who develop to a normal stage and
    • spiritually highly developed humanity arose. The sagas and myths
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    • These four lectures, Cosmic History, Greek and German Mythology,
    • are from the German edition that bears the title, Kosmische
    • Geschichte. Esoterik in der Griechischen und Germanischen Mythologie,
    • You will have come to realise from many of my lectures that a deep
    • Now Zeus had created the human race. But humanity had become
    • himself humanity's representative. He devised a plan to give men the
    • caused Hephaestus, the god of the smiths, to make a statue of a woman.
    • which adorn human beings of the fifth root-race. This woman was
    • Pandora. She was sent to bring gifts to mankind, first to Epimetheus,
    • gifts of the gods, except one, were showered upon humanity. They
    • constitute for the most part human miseries and sufferings. Only the
    • from an incurable malady. He was half animal and half man. That is how
    • call incarnation, incarnation in the sense in which we have human
    • beings to-day. Mankind was guided by great leaders and teachers whom
    • the leaders of mankind at that time. You must now come to understand
    • as human beings of higher development, in order to instruct men who
    • leader who gave the impulse for this evolution of mankind, was one of
    • those whom we call the Manus, he was the Manu3 of the fifth
    • root-race. This Manu is still one of those leaders of the humanity who
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    • In the last lecture, I spoke of the stages of man's development at
    • must range over such vast epochs that he surveys the time before man
    • regard to the evolutionary path of mankind.
    • surveyed the two human races preceding our own, surveyed the time when
    • man first assumed his present form in the middle of the Lemurian Race,
    • constitution of man was quite different from that of the human being
    • Man of the present day consists, as you know, of seven bodies: the
    • faculty, by suggesting away the physical body of the human being
    • concerned. They then see in space a “double” of the man. The
    • body, a shining oval. When a human being dies today, the higher
    • the physical body. In man's present earthly existence, it is the
    • physical brain is the instrument for man's highest spiritual activity.
    • was the most important, Man's whole body at that time consisted of
    • Race, man was not fettered to the ground as he is today. He hovered
    • history when physical remains of human beings are no longer to be
    • period man consisted of such fine, rarefied matter that no physical
    • stage of man. Physical man in that epoch is called the Eagle. In the
    • language of esotericism, the Eagle is the man of the Lemurian Race who
    • Race, man was, at first, endowed with a somewhat denser etheric body.
    • that in that epoch man had greater power over his etheric body
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  • Title: Greek/Germanic Mythology: Lecture II - The Argonaut Saga and the Odyssey
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    • Greek and Germanic Mythology in the Light of Esotericism
    • These four lectures, Cosmic History, Greek and German Mythology,
    • are from the German edition that bears the title, Kosmische
    • Geschichte. Esoterik in der Griechischen und Germanischen Mythologie,
    • one which, like all myths, can be interpreted at many different
    • beginning of a particular influence on the human race which still
    • man was more a being of memory. Up to the fourth Atlantean
    • culture-period man's memory was especially developed. The faculty of
    • which is active on the physical plane. When such a new phase of human
    • of Beings have participated in human evolution, the activity of whom
    • very highly evolved, far more highly evolved than man at the stage he
    • intervened in the affairs of the human race. It was a fresh setback
    • faculties which man had now attained were analogous to their own, to
    • human faculties. Up to this time men had not been Beings of
    • made use of this human intellect for their own further development.
    • Thus it came about that a phase of human evolution now set in which we
    • wisdom hitherto attained in human evolution has been fundamentally
    • to mankind, was the task of the Greek Mysteries
    • completely detached from all the rest of the contents of the human
    • prepared step by step, and emerged, bound up with the rest of human
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    • over mankind.
    • steep himself not merely in the theological but in the human attitude
    • to the theosophist as Atma, Buddhi and Manas. The Christian calls the
    • only by means of a comparison. The highest to which man can raise
    • himself, is the Thought. Man raises himself through Thoughts to life
    • The characteristic of earthly man is that he lives simultaneously in
    • highest manifestation which can exist in the world was for all
    • world-creative, universal Will. When man desires to bring the highest
    • done, in the first place, through Speech. The Word is, in man, the
    • into being through the Highest, world-creative Will, just as man
    • the Cosmic All as the spirit of the individual man is for man. The
    • this to himself, he said, “Just as when a man speaks, his words
    • embodiment of the human spirit, so is the world the embodiment of the
    • the essential, basic principle is the highest that man can see
    • than the human personality, the human individuality. It must be firmly
    • Highest Being, through Whom the entire universe works, just as man can
    • Being, for the early Christians, became Man, in Him Whom they
    • Christians, not a man as other men. For them He was the Word made
    • come in the form of a man. Whoever does not apprehend this, whoever
    • a life repeats itself in certain epochs of human evolution. But in the
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  • Title: Greek/Germanic Mythology: Lecture III - The Sigfried Saga
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    • These four lectures, Cosmic History, Greek and German Mythology,
    • are from the German edition that bears the title, Kosmische
    • Geschichte. Esoterik in der Griechischen und Germanischen Mythologie,
    • race was first given by the Manu in its spiritual form to this
    • Roman peoples, whose first representatives are mainly to be found in
    • the Star-race, the Greco-Roman race, got as far as the northern
    • situation in human evolution. Before a new phase takes root the
    • court of the Huns, Dietrich of Bern, Hildebrand and all the Germanic
    • descended so low, that its initiate is human, is man. The Indian
    • here in the north the initiated man who lacks only one thing, what is
    • culture has come so far that it has human initiates and the
    • man-become-god. In the north we encounter the divine man — the
    • divine Man who for us is the Christ — in an attitude of
    • god to man; and while the southern sub-race developed further,
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    • to the Christian Mystery. Light will then be thrown on many a passage.
    • Since time immemorial, the secret of the Sons of God becoming man was
    • The evolution of mankind stands under the direction of mighty Leaders
    • Leaders are called Manus. A Manu, therefore, is the Being who at the
    • the Manu of the Fifth Root Race. The Manu is not in the same sense a
    • man among men as other outstanding human individualities. Even before
    • mankind on the earth was filled with spirit, the Manu had already
    • when in the middle of the Lemurian epoch the human spirit flashed up
    • for the first time in the human body, that such leaders came to the
    • human race. When men were young, when they were still children, they
    • stage of development in an evolution that is not that of man, were so
    • advanced, that they could be leaders of the human race before the
    • These were superhuman Beings. These superhuman beings are of two
    • reached by humanity only in the far distant future. These highly
    • developed individualities, the Manus, are called in the language of
    • The second category of Beings were already nearer to man's level, but
    • still superhuman. They are called, “Sons of God.” And the
    • If we go back to the middle of the Lemurian epoch and survey man's
    • something to do with humanity. There is a group of very lofty
    • passed through the stages of evolution which man will attain only in
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  • Title: Greek/Germanic Mythology: Lecture IV - The Trojan War
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    • These four lectures, Cosmic History, Greek and German Mythology,
    • are from the German edition that bears the title, Kosmische
    • Geschichte. Esoterik in der Griechischen und Germanischen Mythologie,
    • beginning of the next, the sixth, root-race, an advance in human
    • mankind, their Manus, will arise in mankind itself. None of the great
    • to the earth as great impulses. The Manus of Lemuria and Atlantis, as
    • well as the chief Manu of our fifth root-race, are super-sensible
    • them to become the leaders of mankind, on other planets. But during
    • the fifth root-race highly developed human individualities have
    • be capable of becoming the leaders of mankind. The leader of the sixth
    • root-race, in particular, will be a man as we are, only one of the
    • the middle of Lemuria, one who has always been a man among men, only
    • every stage of human evolution. This will be the fundamental
    • characteristic of the Manus of the sixth root-race. Such beings have
    • helped mankind forward, those who ruled and guided mankind, those who
    • mankind is left free. Then we have initiates who have a connection
    • before you comes about gradually in the fifth root-race. The Manus so
    • mankind was in the hands of the priesthood, which received its
    • priesthood could be entrusted with the classification of mankind. It
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    • has been so only since the fourth century. Nevertheless, in Roman
    • times and among the Celts and Germanic peoples — even in ancient
    • their descendants, how the relationship of world and man and the great
    • finds there deep and significant mysteries of human development.
    • preceding period, the Greco-Roman, goes back to the eighth and ninth
    • themselves, flowed through to mankind. So we can look back from our
    • Greco-Roman period when Christianity appeared, and still further back
    • point in time when mankind, newly risen, was taught a new wisdom. At
    • in this new mankind, but nothing has been preserved of the culture of
    • When mankind reaches a new turning point in its evolution, it must
    • recapitulate three important evolutionary epochs of mankind. In
    • not yet exist, to a time when man was sexually still a unity. They
    • looked back to a primeval man, known in occult teachings as Adam
    • Kadmon, who was both man and woman. The highest cosmic being
    • Brahman. All manifoldness proceeded from Brahman, the Divine Unity.
    • of man, the pre-human Adam Kadmon, in whom lived peace, spirit,
    • human civilization after the great flood. At that time one did not yet
    • primeval Unity, of Brahman, in whom everything was contained and in
    • of fire, and man became a duality. With the birth of sexual man out of
    • in the human sense did not exist before the division of the sexes that
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  • Title: Richard Wagner: Lecture I
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    • They were published in German as,
    • human souls. This garment had to be supplied by the ardent
    • something of what lived within the human hearts. What was the
    • must first of all become a man who has no country and no home; that is to
    • Swan, he is then a mediator between the Teacher and human
    • impulse, a new influence was destined to enter human
    • civilisation. You already know that in mysticism the human soul, or
    • human consciousness, always appears as a woman. Also in this legend
    • middle classes, the progress made by the human soul, appears in the
    • vestige of a woman. The new civilisation which had arisen was looked
    • Germanic legends set forth the destiny of the Aryan tribe. We must seek
    • sees the great difference between modern human beings and those of
    • before man something which would make him appear complete and perfect
    • perfectly harmonious human being in contrast to the labourers of
    • man has longed after truly great human beings.
    • complete and perfect form was to raise human beings above the
    • of the Middle Ages an ancient legend found its way into German poetry
    • within the heart of the German nation. These legends were the
    • and their memory was handed down in the legends of the German
    • intuitive comprehension of the Germanic sagas, he finally chooses the
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  • Title: Richard Wagner: Lecture II
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    • They were published in German as,
    • and at the same time came down to the human beings, in order to set
    • forth, within the human race itself, redemption and salvation.
    • incarnation is Siegfried, the descendant of gods. Human initiates now take
    • Man comes down
    • human being is not yet man and woman, and he has no idea of possession or
    • gradually prepared. But this human being who was originally a
    • self-contained love; the human being must attain love by
    • sexes were united, the Ring was not needed; when the human being
    • union of individual human beings, the union of the sexes in the
    • renounce love. Now comes the time when the human being is no longer
    • human bodies are now endowed with one sex instead of two; they create
    • The human body
    • outside. The inner temple of the soul must be built by man himself
    • the clairvoyant collective consciousness of humanity. The god must
    • remains the property of the giants. Ever since, every human being has
    • male and female: one sex must first be killed within every human
    • being: the man kills the woman, and the woman kills the man within
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    • They were published in German as,
    • with an earthly woman. They represent the two sexes of the soul, the
    • must now be left to the human Self which is active entirely in the sphere
    • the blood and the senses influence human life. This is deeply indicated
    • and gives her Grane, her horse, which bears the human being through
    • the fire through which the human being must first pass in order to
    • female soul-element, gives birth to Siegfried, the human consciousness
    • outcome of a power which remains invisible to ordinary human beings.
    • then the giants, and now the human being. The Valkyria belongs to the
    • second phase, and in Siegfried the human being itself is born. Imprisoned
    • human being has not yet reached maturity and has not attained a
    • He is the human soul born out of a mortal woman, out of the union of
    • phase, knowledge must be reached because man is not as yet able to unite
    • The human being
    • He even agrees to court Brunhilde for another unworthy man. This
    • human being follows the dark path of d falls prey once more to dark
    • returns to the Eternal. Humanity must now rely upon itself
    • which are also active within the human being and they penetrate into
  • Title: Richard Wagner: Lecture IV
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    • They were published in German as,
    • Germanic peoples in the four phases of the Ring of the Nibelungs, Richard
    • infinite love for the whole of mankind which lived in Jesus of
    • Chandala maiden was the reincarnation of a woman belonging to
    • between what was formerly understood as love in the Germanic
    • (“Poor Henry”). Hartmann von der Aue's “Poor Henry”
    • therefore, a pure virgin and her sacrifice on behalf of a man who has only
    • from the four phases of ancient Germanic life, as contained in the
    • Germanic races had a legend which we can trace throughout history, one of
    • this legend: A man has learnt to know the pleasures and joys of this
    • meets a woman of exceeding great charm and attraction. He experiences
    • personification of love in the Germanic countries before the
    • races. When the Roman culture began to flow off, our fifth sub-race
    • emerged, the Germanic races in which we now live and which have a
    • from destruction were led by Manu, a divine guide, into Asia, into
    • longer trace the first semitic streams of influence upon human civilisation
    • thing, however, which was, felt very strongly: namely, that the Germanic
    • mission of Christianity. The Germanic peoples longed for this new
    • and then you will find in it something of what lived in Wagner. Many
    • with the development of man in the direction of higher
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  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • permission of Frau Marie Steiner. In German,
    • would-be learned gentleman remarked: “Goethe was really a Mystic,
    • sphere of human knowledge.” He showed by this remark that he
    • which man can penetrate. This, too, is the attitude of Mysticism. Did
    • convictions which arise in a man when he listens to the speech of
    • knowledge in definite terms. They say: In the act of knowledge, man
    • of spirit, just as a blind man is surrounded by the world of colour
    • faculty of spiritual sight to awaken in a man. When his higher senses
    • real world into which man can enter through a higher birth. Initiates
    • “The sun with many a sister-sphere
    • days of creation, when as yet there was no human being to receive them
    • evolution of humanity — to the Mysteries. What were the
    • existed in Egypt, Chaldea, Greece and many other regions. As centres
    • the human being. The whole evolution of the World-Spirit was presented
    • dramatist who, with marvellous inner certainty, staged human action as
    • place in human nature in the course of the development of art?’ Man's
    • human heart which acts as a mediator, something that cannot pass over
    • into this kind of dramatic art. Again, when human feeling would fain
    • in human nature is in reality one and undivided but has been separated
    • comprehensive work of art in which the inner life of a human being
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 1: Whitsuntide. Festival of the Liberation of the Human Spirit
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    • Whitsuntide. Festival of the Liberation of the Human Spirit
    • FESTIVAL OF THE LIBERATION OF THE HUMAN SPIRIT
    • contemporaries, one can read many and various articles dealing with
    • the Apostles so that they started to speak in all manner of tongues.
    • with the holiest spiritual qualities of humanity — that is why it is
    • receives its deep inner meaning, is preserved in a single manuscript copy
    • be sure, no mention is made of Whitsuntide in this manuscript, but it
    • symbol. Hardly anyone has seen this manuscript, unless he has been
    • the evolution of mankind during the fifth Root Race. Man assumed his
    • Mental Plane, have a twofold inner nature, whereas man's nature is
    • threefold. For man consists of body, soul and spirit, but the Deva
    • emotions, desires and wishes which live invisibly within man, but are
    • which constitutes man's inner being, supported by the physical
    • with the worshipping of these Devas. The man of India sees these
    • many among us who still have something of this within them. Thence
    • in the manuscript already mentioned. If we
    • middle of the third Root Race, the Lemurian Epoch, mankind was
    • only a certain period of time in earth evolution during which mankind
    • untarnished human spirit, consisting of Atma-Buddhi-Manas, sought its
    • the whole, of this animal-human organism was not so far advanced then
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    • take the five books of the Pentateuch, we shall find therein many
    • things which indicate the development of mankind since the Lemurian
    • read thoughtlessly — thoughtlessly in a higher sense — many things
    • ‘This is the book of the generations of man. In the days that God
    • created man, in the likeness of God made he him; male-female created he
    • take the literal rendering. Adam himself was simply called a man.
    • and so many years’ — that indicates a long span of time —
    • the end of Adam's time after the likeness of Adam, after a human
    • likeness. Earlier, man was made in the likeness of God: later, in
    • to start with, human beings who are all similar in appearance and all
    • also looked like son. What first caused mankind to change, to become
    • would ask you to hold that fast in your minds. Originally mankind was
    • became a man on the physical plane. That was the male characteristic.
    • because it is something which man has achieved out of his own freedom.
    • the type of man who aspires to the arts and sciences. That has
    • sciences, in spite of having made man free, do not lead him to the
    • truly spiritual. The arts have sprung up from man's inner being,
    • is achieved through conception. What Cain has to offer is human work
    • Man is
    • occurring in the human being. While man was still male-female, it was
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 3: The Mysteries of the Druids and the 'Drottes'
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    • medieval stories — Parsifal, the Round Table, Hartmann von Aue —
    • emanated from a mother lodge in Scandinavia, ‘Drottes’
    • Lodge. Druids = Oak. For this reason the Germanic peoples were said
    • ‘Drottes’, or Druids, were ancient Germanic initiates. They
    • the Edda or can find in the ancient German sagas refers back to the
    • search consisted of a complete enlightenment about the nature of man.
    • For Baldur was the human being who has gone astray. Once upon a time
    • the human being was not as he is today, he was undifferentiated, not
    • substance. Baldur, the radiant human being. When truly understood,
    • understood in a higher sense. This human being who has not descended
    • secret of all initiation is to give birth to the higher human being
    • of mankind must undergo in long stages of development. To become
    • leaders of the rest of mankind, the Druids had to receive this
    • Man who
    • higher level. This birth of the higher human being takes place in all
    • the Mysteries in a similar sort of way. The man who had become
    • of nature. Man is both mineral and plant, but the man of today is
    • step led the human being to all that lived in the animal kingdom.
    • opened to what lay behind the veil of the senses. Man is not aware
    • by him who is to be initiated — the sheaths drop away, the human
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    • understanding of human development will grow ever more
    • (During 1904 Rudolf Steiner not only spoke at the regular Group Meetings, which took place on Mondays, but occasionally also on Fridays to a very small circle which gathered in the flat of Fraulein Klara Motzkus in the Schluterstrasse. The main subject dealt with was the myths and sagas. We do not have reports from all the lectures which were held there; at the most they are very fragmentary notes. These lectures of 1904, except for lecture 1 of 23rd May 1904, were all held for this small circle of friends. The May and June lectures of 1905 (lectures 11 to 14), and lecture 20 of 2nd January 1906, were held on the Mondays for the official Berlin Group. The October lectures of 1905 (lectures 15 to 19) were held for the General Meeting audience of the GermanNote 1)
    • however, wished to destroy the race of man, which had become
    • insolent. Prometheus became the protagonist of man. He pondered how
    • he could give man something which would enable him to save himself
    • Prometheus gave man writing and the other arts and, more especially,
    • with all the outward attributes of the man of the fifth great epoch.
    • mankind, but in the first place to Epimetheus, the brother of
    • presents. All the gifts were showered upon mankind; only one thing
    • suffering for humanity; only hope was retained in Pandora's box.
    • incurable illness. He was half beast and half man. He suffered death
    • as human incarnation came about; incarnation in the sense in which
    • people are born on earth today. Humanity of that time was under the
    • of Fire-Mist’. At present, humanity of the fifth Great Epoch is
    • Earth already in the state of more highly developed, mature human
    • beings in order to instruct the rest of humanity, still in its infant
    • founder of this impulse in the development of mankind, was one of the
    • so-called Manus — the Manu
    • (The name ‘ManNote 2)
    • of the fifth Root Race. This Manu was
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 5: The Mystery Known to Rosicrucians
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    • pictures which they present. These were given to man in this form at
    • These pictures took hold of man's ‘causal’ body —
    • that part of man which bore the germ of his future Higher Manas — and
    • centuries and is still extant today in many versions. It is the
    • Christian Rosenkreutz could not be imparted to many people, but it
    • a time when one of the Elohim created a human being whom he called
    • descendant of Adam and Eve who are human.
    • mankind: the race of Cain, who was a descendant of Eve and one of the
    • Elohim, and the other race which had human
    • parentage and was brought into existence at the command of
    • straight to the human heart and can uplift a person, but it is unable
    • not attained from below through human passions welling up from the
    • human will — that would be the wisdom pertaining to the sons of Cain,
    • had been prepared by Hiram in a most wonderful manner, ready to be
    • died, Hiram managed to throw the Golden Triangle into a well. As no
    • the father of many descendants who will people the earth and bring my
    • of mankind belonging to the fourth and fifth cultural epochs. And the
    • dealing, therefore, with two races of mankind: with those who, like
    • fire; they went further. And during the creation of man they were no
    • representatives of the religious type of human being with detached
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    • Several passages in the German are very obscure.
    • Several passages in the German are very obscure.
    • The Temple Legend: Lecture VI: Manicheism.
    • Manicheanism. The Faust Problem is connected with it. Manicheanism was
    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • opponent was Augustine. Manicheanism came from the region lying in the
    • Manicheanism founded a mighty spiritual stream to which the mediaeval
    • was a Persian. She had once redeemed a slave named Manes and he was
    • themselves ‘Sons of the Widow.’ Manes designated himself
    • humanity — that is as an incarnation of the Holy Spirit, merely a
    • presented the views of Catholicism as opposed to the Manichean
    • advocate of Manicheanism. It is usually thought that the different
    • conceptions of evil held by Manicheanism is what distinguishes it from
    • Western Christianity. Manicheanism is supposed to have taught that
    • supposed to have originated from Manes himself. In the legend of
    • Manicheanism we have a starting point for this examination. It is the
    • esoterically through legends. The Legend of Manes is a legend dealing
    • Archetypal Man, the human race who must mingle with the Kingdom of
    • influenced by that which stands above man. Not until our own epoch
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    • MANICHEISM
    • Manicheism. So first we need to speak about this much more important
    • many occasions I have described the problem of Faust
    • manifested in about the third century
    • himself an adherent of this faith. We have to speak about Manicheism,
    • which was founded by a person who called himself Mani
    • say, from a region of Western Asia Minor. This Mani was the founder
    • outer history has to say about Mani is very simple.
    • said Mani, who then drew his wisdom out of these writings, though he
    • Mani is called the
    • ‘Sons of the Widow.’ However, Mani described himself as
    • the Holy Spirit promised to mankind
    • opposed his Catholic views to the Manichean teaching which he saw
    • usually hears it said about Manichean teaching that it is
    • good spirits from God, Manicheism teaches that evil is just as
    • come to know Manicheism in this form it will seem radically
    • traditions which are supposed to have originated from Mani himself,
    • Manichean legend; just such a legend as the Temple Legend, which I
    • Manicheism is a great cosmic legend,
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 7: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 1
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    • essentials, as the whole subject is so comprehensive, and so many
    • We are led to a kind of Genesis or theory of evolution of the human race.
    • man of the third Root Race. This Adam then united himself with Eve,
    • and from this union Abel was born. Thus at the outset of human
    • divinely created human being, Adam, is the true representative of
    • mankind; Abel takes what is already living, what has been prepared
    • find two kinds of human being characterised in Cain and Abel. The one
    • others — the free humanity — are those who till the soil and labour
    • are the creators of the arts and sciences of mankind: Tubal-Cain who
    • achieved his wisdom through human striving.
    • at a monument bestowed on mankind by the gods. As she gazed in
    • by a kind of jealousy of Hiram. This grew as Balkis demanded that all
    • of fire which brings wisdom and makes man thoughtful. The Molten Sea
    • we have to learn to understand how mankind can benefit by
    • consists of three degrees: Apprentice, Fellow Craftsman and Master
    • human being from another, then you must leave this house immediately.
    • journeyman.
    • achieved with the help of many forms and gestures.
    • from the Manicheans. I shall still speak about the connection between
    • Manicheism and Freemasonry.
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    • journeyman and master, took its start from the Charter of Cologne in
    • apprentice, journeyman and master would be initiated in the way I described
    • the British and also the St. John Lodges in Germany possess these
    • manner of occult brotherhoods — they really represent something other
    • the first man, who had an extraordinary knowledge of geometry at the time
    • because, being the first man, he was a direct descendant of the
    • humanity entirely. It resides in Light itself which existed before
    • mankind.
    • because, since the sixteenth century, man has had little
    • In Germany, where there is a branch of the Memphis-Misraim Freemasonry
    • the higher degrees are also functioning. But in Germany, within the St. John
    • higher degrees as nonsense. The Grand Orient of Germany is obliged, for this
    • Germany and that of England or Great Britain. In British masonry a
    • to one in England; that is not the case in Germany. The German Grand
    • not rest until he has done so. A German mason of the St. John's Order
    • only very few in Germany who have advanced to the ninety-sixth
    • sense we have to interpret the manifesto which has been given by the
    • Degrees of our Order. A Manifesto of the Grand Orient.
    • Temple of Solomon within Man; of restoring the ‘Lost
    • manner.’
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    • Freemasonry, because this manner of instruction sets itself special
    • of Germany, Great Britain and America possess the ninety-sixth
    • Cagliostro; it is meant to prolong human life to a span of 5,527 years.
    • Pentagram. That is the ability to distinguish the five bodies of man
    • astral body, Kama-Manas body, causal body, [higher Manas or spirit
    • who later became one of the most advanced German Freemasons. The Landgrave
    • this or that many degrees, so one is also unable to have a discussion
    • the masonic manifesto,
    • It is correct to say that humanity will be
    • without their being aware of it. There are many people reincarnated
    • things is of any significance There is a man at the head of the
    • Great Britain and Germany. You will perceive that one must reckon
    • with the human material concerned, and that the German movement,
    • therefore, you hear something concerning the German Misraim-Memphis
    • be put. This German Misraim Order stands under the overall guidance
    • who holds the actual leadership in Great Britain and Germany today.
    • hands of Dr. Franz Hartmann,
    • produced through cyclic movements in humanity.
    • to the appropriate manipulation of the Philosopher's Stone,
    • manifestation.
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    • style of the Manifesto of the Freemasons which I read to you a
    • many different channels. A great deal of occult knowledge exists in
    • All of you have lived many times; but not all of
    • you are conscious that you have lived through these many lives.
    • it, man's life is lived through with incomplete consciousness. It has
    • never been the aim of occult science to inculcate into man a dim
    • in all future stages of life. Namely, it is what man works at to
    • the case. There are many people who, to all appearances, are not
    • humanitarianism which, while it is empty [of real substance] still
    • urge its members to work in the service of humanity, to build into
    • mineral kingdom, with? You are joining raw material with human
    • united your spirit with the mineral world, a permanent stamp has been
    • made upon the general consciousness [of mankind]. just so much will
    • knowing how a man can act selflessly in order to attain the greatest
    • Outwardly, there is only ‘The man from Frankfurt’. He
    • spring extremely often from selfish motives. If a poor man living
    • Middle Ages no one could say who had built many of the cathedrals or
    • painted many of the pictures. It is only in our epoch that people
    • have begun to attach such value to an individual human name. In
    • it, what you have contributed, you will be. If a man does nothing
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    • the mineral world with human spirit. Spiritualised natural
    • kingdoms as future soul-content of man, resting on the law of
    • evolution and involution. Future penetration of man's spirit
    • the manifesto of the Freemasons which I read to you a fortnight ago. That
    • along many channels. A great deal of occult knowledge exists in the various
    • lived many times; but not all of you are conscious that you have lived
    • through these many lives. This consciousness, however, will gradually arise
    • and without it man's life is lived out with incomplete consciousness. It
    • stages of life. It is this: Nothing that a human being does not himself
    • of an example of really objective human action. — An architect builds
    • know well that the reasons are very seldom impersonal. There are many
    • humanitarianism which, while it is empty of real substance, still persists
    • members to work in the service of humanity, to work in the world
    • obtained from the mineral kingdom? You are inculcating human spirit into
    • permanent stamp has been made upon the general consciousness of mankind;
    • science well knows in what way the human being can perform selfless actions
    • Nobody knows who wrote it. On the outside there are only the words: The man
    • not necessarily be of great account. If someone gives a coin to a poor man,
    • poor man living among us has no meat at Christmas and we feel bound to give
    • been impossible to say who had built many of the cathedrals or painted many
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    • a tunnel must, of course, first of all have a command of higher
    • building human society from the point of view of ordinary life.
    • However, this folly is perpetrated not merely by many people, but
    • cathedral itself. In like manner, the whole of outer life should be
    • thinking which was mankind's from the very earliest times. Let me
    • the chaotic interaction of one human being with another. Each
    • Graeco-Roman period. We are now in the fifth epoch.
    • development of the old Roman State out of the ancient Trojan priestly
    • history speaks about seven Roman kings: Romulus, Numa Pompilius,
    • veil which was spread over the priestly culture of the earliest Roman
    • history, is lifted by theosophy. The seven Roman kings represent
    • theosophy. Just as the human organism consists of seven parts —
    • [astral], Kama-Manas [ego], higher Manas [spirit-self], Buddhi
    • [life-spirit] and Atma [spirit-man] — so the social organism was
    • to the Guardians of the Ancient Wisdom that the structure of human
    • in the earliest days of the Roman Empire.
    • the whole human body is constructed in the most perfect way. This
    • anatomist will always speak with the utmost admiration of the human
    • heart, which functions in a wonderful way, even though human beings
    • the fourth [principle], the real baby [of them all], the human ego,
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    • Mankind
    • has developed through many epochs and everyone conceived themselves
    • Atlantean epoch did man develop to the stage where he could say
    • Man has
    • of the name Yahveh, to this ‘I’ which can dwell in man. We
    • must take Jehovah's challenge to man as something that sought to have man
    • in man's breast, in the deepest holiness of man's self, must be
    • changed into a moral God. The human body is thus turned into a great
    • now an outward symbol had to be erected, as man is God's temple. The
    • temple had to be a symbol,illustrating man's own body. Therefore, builders
    • that could transform man himself into a god. Two images in the Bible relate
    • Noah's Ark was built to preserve mankind for the
    • present stage of human existence. Before Noah, man lived in the
    • earthly existence. Man came by the waters of the astral world, and
    • proportions correspond to those of the human body, and also with
    • Man has
    • used to function as an old. symbol. Mankind has now progressed from
    • man who has become conscious of his own higher self. The inner divine
    • Temple is so formed as to enclose the five-fold human being. The
    • When man awakens from his fourfold state, that is,
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    • have the same common significance for all mankind. However, what
    • the Tree of Life, which had been cut for Adam, the first man. This scion
    • evolution of the human race. Adam's son Seth is supposed to have
    • underlying forces of nature, Atma, Buddhi and Manas, which have grown
    • man's nature. These two currents were always somewhat in antithesis.
    • On the one hand we have the worldly activity of man, the development
    • of those sciences which serve man's comfort and outward life in
    • development of man's higher attributes.
    • of the whole Temple of Humanity., Only because this Temple of
    • Humanity is given a higher task — only because the outer building, so
    • the spiritual inner part in which the higher tasks of humanity are
    • heavenly virtue outward form into beauty, the words of man's ordinary
    • become the receptacle of the divine, then will the Temple of Humanity
    • line, both of which are preparing the development of mankind, so that
    • trinity, Atma, Buddhi and Manas, the threefold higher nature of man
    • which will be implanted in his lower principles. But within man this
    • astral — man is at first like an outer covering for the real divine
    • trinity, Atma, Buddhi and Manas. You must imagine, therefore, that
    • representation of the higher forces of Atma, Buddhi and Manas. And
    • Now man
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    • is connected with that perception of man's inmost being which was
    • Pentecost is the festival which should freshly remind man of his
    • liberation, every year — of what we call the freedom of the human
    • man really come to what we call his freedom — that is to say, to his
    • either good or evil? You know that man has passed through a long
    • midpoint of the whole of human evolution lies roughly in the middle
    • an ascending arc: whereas man was in a descending arc until the time
    • human beings did not possess before the midpoint of our earth
    • killing and devouring other animals. Only with man, only in our phase
    • to human beings do we ascribe the capacity to distinguish between
    • good and evil. How man got this capacity is described in the Bible,
    • the Tree of Knowledge. Through that, man obtained free will; with it
    • inquire into freedom, good and evil for man prior to that
    • Sun; earlier still was Saturn. Man has passed through these three
    • predecessor presents itself to us in like manner, in seven
    • keep speaking of Races. There were other forms that manifested
    • when a whole organism is built up [out of many cells]; this
    • [beings that are either] only male or only female. Thus humanity took
    • substance, which was present in all human beings on earth, and which
    • then be clear that all living beings, whether plant, animal or man,
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    • purpose is often discussed, of leading humanity, through the
    • race of human beings will arise, when our intellectuality, as it now
    • humanity.
    • Devas are beings who are at a higher stage than man and
    • another: What is the purpose of our human existence, of this
    • continuing reincarnation? Man would come into this world quite
    • particular task at each coming. Every time [man incarnates] the earth
    • stage of earthly evolution are so different in man and woman that it
    • That is also the time between two human incarnations. At about the turn
    • in man's life with these changes in the firmament. Earlier, before
    • miracles. Faced with the question of the connection of the human
    • being to the manifestations of the earth, one must adopt a higher
    • death, man is in Kamaloka. We do not ask: Do the animals and
    • Rupa Plane, and the minerals on the Arupa Plane. Man has his
    • consciousness on the physical plane. Let us suppose that man now
    • man is not in a position to exercise any influence on the animal
    • Devachanic plane. There, man helps create and transform the plants.
    • influence on the vegetation. But the Devas are still there to manage
    • the life forces alter during man's time in Devachan, so he
    • [helps to] change the vegetation on earth. From Devachan, man
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    • the General Meeting of the German Section of the Theosophical Society)
    • for them; namely, that, on account of the whole manner of their
    • brotherhoods of mankind. They have the task of preparing the things
    • the development of the human race on the outward physical plane, you
    • however trifles compared with the great structure of humanity that we
    • and Devachanic plane, long before its physical manifestation; so that
    • identified in the higher planes and worlds. However, man cannot
    • the light of a knowledge of the influencing forces. Man is a
    • Therefore, there have always been advanced Brothers of our human
    • then involved had to be followed in the strictest performance of
    • yearnings above human pettiness, so purifying his sympathies and
    • antipathies that the great world-embracing affairs of the human race
    • undertaken not only enough purification to make humanity's duties his
    • is now addressed to the life of the whole of humanity. And through
    • body. If you have a human being before you, he has indeed a physical
    • themselves on the etheric body, and that is much more permanent. The
    • man who made his earthly defects permanent would thereby become
    • dangerous as a member of humanity. Hence the constant stress on
    • lethargic condition. The human being lay down, and the etheric body
    • water before. Many such astral events must combine, must flow
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    • FREEMASONRY AND HUMAN EVOLUTION
    • earlier is later briefly recapitulated. Every human being
    • [human] race has already passed. Every planet repeats, in its initial
    • sexes. Dualism then appeared — Ormuzd and Ahriman, Good and Evil. All
    • this now merged with man's cognition.
    • of the human race, we have to do with a bisexual individual tending
    • fertilising agent, or male seed, was also present. Woman contained
    • man within her. When we have grasped the fact that the woman had the
    • in mind that at this time this happened via the woman.
    • did the fertilising principle in the woman then have, which on the
    • the wisdom. Woman contributed the substance; the spirit gave [it]
    • single human organ, divided itself, whereby a duality in human
    • masculinity. With the man, wisdom has a female character, with the
    • woman, it has a male character.
    • dealing, then, with male-tinged wisdom in the woman and female-tinged
    • wisdom in the man. This female-tinged wisdom is passive, suited to
    • Cain, or Sons of Man. Abel represents the female, active intuition.
    • ‘Herdsman’ symbolises that. He tends and nurtures life, while
    • [Literal meaning of German der Ackerbauer =
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    • AND HUMAN EVOLUTION II
    • before birth man has to go through the stages which he once
    • form. So the human spirit in the fifth Root Race [our present Race]
    • Lemurian Root Race [the third Race], when humanity was still of one
    • physically to man of Lemurian times.
    • when humanity was still [combined] male-female. Therefore, at that
    • clearly: Before Yahveh created man, he made fruits and animals and so
    • on, on earth, and only then did he create man, Adam, whom he then
    • of man. There is a connection there between wisdom, perception and
    • used to be combined in one sex. Then the human being was separated
    • progenitor of the human race, was portrayed in the oldest [versions
    • Zeus as a superhuman being, was nearer to the female sex. The female sex
    • itself of producing the complete human individual. This generative
    • power lay within a human being of undivided sex, who approximated, in
    • single-sexed human being, the fertilising [principle] was wisdom, the
    • wisdom is a later recapitulation of this. This human being of the
    • Spirit of the substance produced in the woman.
    • understand what it was by which a woman could give birth to a human
    • being. Physically, there is first of all a woman, who is fertilised
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    • human being is destined to have in the future — of seeing into
    • trace humanity back to the earliest periods of its development, we
    • find that man originated from a much finer, more spiritual substance
    • than that of which he is composed today. Present-day man displays a
    • envelopes and permeates the human being, is the structure in which
    • undifferentiated astral body that the whole human being evolved in
    • epochs of humanity, we find that the physical and etheric substance
    • that distinguishes modern man used to be dissolved in the original
    • Present-day man is so to speak condensed out of the astral basic
    • all phenomena which manifest themselves between astral bodies.
    • lovelessly, the echo of this lovelessness manifests itself in the
    • continually renewing itself. But the structures that man has
    • itself and become transformed [in a manner] corresponding to the
    • throwing the thought of hate at astral man is just as harmful for
    • him, as throwing a roofing slate is for physical man.
    • well. Man does not live alone in the world as an individual; he also
    • body. Each has a particular shade that manifests itself outwardly as
    • something in the human individual which moves with the evolution of
    • task in the course of human evolution. Anyone who contemplates a
    • senses. The law then came to be developed in the Roman nation; this
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    • speak to you today about something which is subject to many
    • misunderstandings and about which many extraordinary errors are
    • many misunderstandings have circulated about the subject. I need only
    • these theologians, a very erudite man, would not go out at night any
    • The man in question represented a major department; but he did not
    • sermon a man came to him in the sacristy and said that he was a
    • meeting place was arranged. The man in question led the bishop into
    • well known that spirits do not walk, but glide, so many believe.)
    • gentlemen more erudite than many others, well-known people, who nevertheless
    • Second Council of Trent. It was attended by many bishops and hundreds
    • written partly by those who have studied many documents, but in part
    • the statement of a man who was able to consider the matter with the
    • go further back than the first man in searching for the founder of an
    • placed by some back in primeval times. Finally, many rites — for thus
    • the symbolic ways and manners of the Freemasons are designated — bear
    • building of the Wonder Temple, which is the theatre of the human
    • soul, the work on the human soul itself, which has to be perfected,
    • first opinion, present day man — in talking about the Freemasons
    • apprentice, journeyman and master degrees; as for the inward
    • Degrees are nothing but a frippery based in human vanity, that takes
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    • influences, the kingdoms of nature, various myths and symbols, human
    • study of man with the help of the Kundalini fire. Twelve stages of
    • consciousness: seven appertaining to man, five to the creative gods.
    • corresponding function in man. For example he perceived which organ of
    • the human body was affected by Digitalis purpurea (foxglove).
    • To make this manner of observation clear we will take a particular
    • system, as is the case with human beings and vertebrate animals. With
    • invertebrate animals also possess: only for the vertebrates and man,
    • system in man's head and spine. The activity of this latter can be
    • in man. It is part of the organism. There is actually a common
    • We have a description of the human being based on the external
    • find man described in old mystical and occult works. These
    • man is able to observe himself from within outwards. There are
    • appears at first in symbols. If man concentrates for instance on his
    • This path of knowledge leads man to the recognition of the connection
    • Germanic myth distributes the giant Imir in this way. The dome of the
    • There are seven grades of human consciousness: trance consciousness,
    • twelve stages are related to the twelve signs of the zodiac. The human
    • man on Old Saturn. The human etheric body has the consciousness of
    • derives from the Old Moon period. On our present Earth, man achieves
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    • influences, the kingdoms of nature, various myths and symbols, human
    • of Ulfilas on the German language. The chaos of the activity of the
    • with parts of human nature. These may be said to form guiding threads
    • When speaking about man, we speak of his astral body as being Karma,
    • as being activity. Actually the astral body is that part of the human
    • being which is closest to him. What man experiences, so that he
    • sorrow, emanates from his astral body. Love, passion, joy, pain,
    • body. Man continually experiences the astral body, but the seer
    • At first it is undifferentiated, so long as man has not yet worked
    • upon it. In our time however man works upon it constantly. When he
    • middle of the Sixth Root-Race man works upon his astral body.
    • Why does man work upon it? He works upon his astral body because, in
    • The human astral body is in continual activity. Its life consists in
    • this. In a narrower sense this activity is called human karma. What I
    • something further is always demanded.
    • The second guiding thread in human nature and in the universe is
    • in rhythm, everything is completed, balanced. In man everything
    • body is therefore that in man which represents wisdom. In the etheric
    • Let us study from this point of view the human being as he stands
    • before us. In the first place man has his physical body. As he is at
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    • influences, the kingdoms of nature, various myths and symbols, human
    • Stages of Consciousness in the three kingdoms of Nature and of Man.
    • the human ear. The cross as the symbol of the evolution of direction
    • in man, animal and plant. Plant consciousness on the Mental Plane;
    • minerals on the Higher Mental Plane. Human consciousness on the
    • Sphinx as indication of the future form of man.
    • Let us now consider the human ear. At first we have the outer auditory
    • direction in man depends on these three semicircular canals. This
    • human being, developed up above in the head.
    • In surveying the whole evolution: plant, animal, man, one discovers
    • definite relationships between them. The plant is reversed in man. The
    • turn it right round we have man. That is the original significance of
    • plant kingdom, animal kingdom, human kingdom. The
    • plant. Man is the completely reversed plant. This is why Plato says:
    • In the plant the organ of direction lies in the root-tips. In man it
    • is in the head. What in man is the head, is the root in the case of
    • the plant. The reason, why in man the sense of direction is connected
    • man into a higher kingdom. The last faculty to be attained by man is
    • possible. The sound which man produces through speech is the active
    • simply a sense of orientation has become in man the sense of hearing,
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    • influences, the kingdoms of nature, various myths and symbols, human
    • of man in the future.
    • nature. Man's organs have an organ-consciousness; this consciousness
    • sequence as the other animals and man. The consciousness of the
    • consciousness will only be attained by man in the Venus existence.
    • actually be accomplished in a future humanity, when work is the
    • alchemy. As late as the 18th century one could read in the German
    • Man on the other hand takes in the oxygen and through his life
    • kingdom will be spiritualised by man. He transforms it with the
    • ‘plough of his spirit’. Everything that man does today, the entire
    • the mineral kingdom by artificial means. In the Fourth Round man can
    • kingdom will be transformed by man. To a great extent this will be
    • Here man will be working right into the molecules and atoms. At the
    • From the Fifth Round onwards man will do the same with the plant
    • builds up its body from the carbon, so the human being of the Fifth
    • environment. Sex will cease to exist. Man will then himself have to
    • unconsciously, will then be carried out consciously by man.
    • Stone. The man of the 18th century who pointed this out was indicating
    • later will be carried out by man.
    • in the beehive, one learns how later on man will produce matter out of
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    • influences, the kingdoms of nature, various myths and symbols, human
    • Man breathes in the air. When he experiences in himself the life of
    • There warmth has its life. When Buddhi is developed in man, all Kama
    • develop no warmth are also without passion. At higher levels man must
    • ear and speech, essentially belong together. Sound as it manifests is
    • Manas. What the ear experiences as sound is the wisdom of the world.
    • hears or speaks man expresses himself directly in wisdom. At the
    • present time thinking is the form in which man can bring his will to
    • the will. Only later will it be possible for man, rising above the
    • The next step is connected with warmth. Man's activity is to be sought
    • future, warmth of soul will flood over mankind.
    • preliminary stage leading to a later power of creation. Now man has at
    • warmth, and still later man himself will learn to create. First he
    • warmth, as in a certain sense man today controls the life of the air.
    • In his development man must now approach the forces of the Shushupti
    • plane (Buddhi-Manas). The Fifth Sub-Race has mainly the task of
    • developing Kama-Manas. One finds Manas in everything which is placed
    • in the service of the human spirit. Our age has placed its highest
    • Now however Buddhi-Manas must also begin its development. Man must
    • elemental force that has in it something of Buddhi-Manas, which must
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    • with the Blavatskian sequence of seven stages of being, to which man
    • belongs: 1. receptive elemental beings; 2. man as a receptive and
    • creative intermediate being; 3. the ‘pure man’ of the
    • cold-blooded animals; 4. Bodhisattvas: human beings who have become
    • 5. Nirmanakayas: creative beings reaching out beyond the Earth who are
    • which man belongs. Man, as he is at present is a developing being who
    • just as the child today has the old man beside him who is at another
    • impressions may be brought to us. There are beings who can manifest.
    • beings are of a manifesting nature. Elemental beings are of a
    • Here, in this domain, we have the creative wisdom which manifests
    • outwardly, and the wisdom which is received by the human soul. Wisdom
    • Man is both receptive and creative. On the one hand, for instance with
    • difference. Let us imagine that man were to be in a position to create
    • needs other beings. Now man must incarnate in a bodily form determined
    • Let us imagine for once that man were able to bring forth sounds,
    • should have the human being as he was before the Lemurian race, who is
    • called the “pure” man. Man becomes impure through the fact
    • other into his nature. This pure man was called Adam Cadmon. When at
    • the beginning of Genesis the Bible speaks of man, it speaks of this
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    • Moon to the Earth. Beginning of human incarnations: union of two
    • understand it we must be clear about the further development of man.
    • In man as he is today, his higher forces are intermingled. His further
    • divisions of an ant-heap, will be directed by man from outside. The
    • is the reason why many people practicing a one-sided spiritual
    • Through Theosophy, on the other hand, man actually absorbs a wisdom
    • Moon-Nirmana-kayas, Bodhisattvas, Pitris and pure human beings did not
    • in the human brain. Underlying this however there was development. At
    • beautiful forms. The beings who only possessed the lower human
    • in the order of the hierarchies. Many beings can take on the Jehovah
    • The first human beings to receive teaching on the Earth received it
    • man was developed in physical, etheric and astral bodies — on the
    • implanted; Atma on Old Saturn, Buddhi on Old Sun, Manas on Old Moon.
    • the grotesque animals in which Atma, Buddhi and Manas gradually
    • Buddhi and Manas in an objective way. Through their fostering care
    • sheaths which surrounded man, not man himself. The sheaths could be
    • What took place in the pre-Lemurian Age is a preparation. The human
    • body is so worked upon that Atma, Buddhi and Manas can sink into it.
    • addition to this there are Atma, Buddhi and Manas, and an astral body
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    • The different incarnations of the human individuality are a kind of
    • rest and the higher part of man has found in the physical a fitting
    • expression, a suitable instrument. Approximately ever since human
    • existed as it is now. We must understand that man belongs to the great
    • life of humanity, mighty changes also occur in the cosmos. Earlier than
    • separate bodies, man also began to incarnate. When human incarnations
    • mind these relationships of man to the universe.
    • You will often have heard that man usually incarnates after a period
    • goal. One can say: Were the human beings who die today to return in a
    • short time they would meet almost the same conditions as now. But man
    • forces of the world, Ormuzd and Ahriman, Good and Evil. Thus the
    • In the constellation of the Water-Man in the future, the new
    • Christianity will be proclaimed. ‘Water-Man’ is also the one who will
    • said further: ‘Tell it to no man until I come again.’ Christianity was
    • knowledge of Manas, Buddhi and Atma. He can never comprehend
    • the Sixth sub-race when he will be proclaimed by the ‘Water-Man’.
    • begun to decline. About the year 4,400 mankind enters the sign of
    • spiritual culture, that of the Water-Man. Preparation has also to be
    • that rebirth has meaning. The human being is reborn approximately
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture IX
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    • fourfold human organism. Self-awareness and sense-observation. The
    • thoughts, feelings and will impulses of present-day man. Materialism,
    • the present time we distinguish within the constitution of man four
    • the physical body we must now enter into greater detail. Man was
    • member at present possessed by man. It is fourfold, which is not the
    • self-awareness, not the other three bodies. In the moment when man
    • when he opens them to what is outside, self-awareness returns. Man
    • bodies were able with their organs to observe their surroundings, man
    • and hearing. In time man will develop two other senses into proper
    • it clear that in so far as man is a being conscious of self, he is on
    • Of the higher principles in man, Atma developed on Old Saturn, Buddhi
    • on Old Sun and Manas on Old Moon. There was a time when the Monad
    • stage, Atma, Buddhi, Manas, Kama-Manas. This descending curve is
    • are the seven stages of matter. In his descent man experienced these
    • human life-germ could only manifest itself in the Life Ether. What
    • corresponds to this stage as sense, is the sense of smell. Then man
    • received sound becomes in man active in speech. Through speech man
    • As now, when man speaks he influences the air, so later he will gain
    • together with thought. And the last stage will be achieved by man when
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture X
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    • body: the feminine etheric body of the man, and the male etheric body
    • of the woman. The forms and colours of the astral body and its sheath:
    • the auric egg. The development of the human auric egg through seven
    • conditions of form of the earth. The membering of the human auric egg.
    • If we consider man's being in its entirety we have to begin with the
    • body of man can be seen by everyone. The etheric body becomes visible
    • identical. A woman has a masculine etheric body and a man a feminine
    • desires, joy, unhappiness, enthusiasm and so on. It manifests itself
    • With every human being all the fluctuations of the astral body are
    • predominant; in their case many bright, luminous clouds of colour
    • heredity dies out. One reckons three generations to a century. The man
    • astral. When man has gone through the Sixth and Seventh Root-Races
    • During this time it is the task of mankind to work upon the mineral
    • kingdom. A man is already working on the mineral kingdom when he takes
    • current in a network over the earth; in all this man is working upon
    • the mineral kingdom. Thus man puts into service the whole mineral
    • upon by man. In earlier times these atoms became more and more
    • have been worked upon by the hand of man. When it has been completely
    • worked through by man, then, in order that the fruits of this work can
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XI
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    • Man's participation in the physical, astral and mental world. The
    • consideration when it is a question of human development; the relevant
    • human life; for example, when one simply contemplates a work of art
    • that nature is looked at in pure contemplation, for usually many other
    • nature is of the very greatest importance; for only so can man have a
    • true consciousness of self. In all other worlds the ordinary man is
    • In the physical world man is not only aware of his self, he can also
    • life that present day man can develop this consciousness of self
    • without separateness. Consciousness of self we call the ego. Man can
    • connected. Man only has such higher thoughts when senses awaken for
    • picture everything that influences man inasmuch as he lives in space
    • Thus man has his share in the three worlds. It is only gradually
    • germinal condition. Man has descended from the Arupa Plane through the
    • so. On the Physical Plane man for the first time came into contact
    • enclosed within itself. When man lived on the Astral Plane the only
    • instance an astral human being approached salt, this affected him
    • separateness. Only on the physical plane can man relinquish his
    • lies the importance of the physical plane. If man had not set foot on
    • accustom oneself to live on higher planes just as selflessly as man
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XII
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    • the human eye or heart, which are also physical. The eye and heart are
    • parts of the physical body, but they are intermixed with man's higher
    • of man is also a mixture comprised of the physical, etheric and astral
    • The physical human eye is similar to a camera, for, as with the
    • This, alone, was all there was of human existence at the Old Saturn
    • use of the apparatus. At that time they were at the human stage. They
    • take pictures of a landscape. Thus the physical body of man was at
    • from outside. This is the first stage of human existence.
    • only on the Earth that man cast out from himself the vertebrate
    • that of the crab at the present day. Man has progressed beyond that
    • certain similarity to the human brain. There is actually a similarity
    • between the internal formation of the crab and the human brain. Like
    • the human brain the crab too is enclosed in a hard shell. After man
    • covering of the whole body in man.
    • The four-fold man is put together in this way. It is the Pythagorean
    • Thus has the four-fold being of man been constructed.
    • have built up the human being. Then the ego makes itself felt and this
    • builds from within outwards. These are the four constituents of man.
    • Here we find in the outer an imprint of the four-fold man. All further
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XIII
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    • mineral kingdom through the work of man after death. The activity and
    • The present lecture is inserted into this course to shed light on many
    • far above human beings, has disappeared in the course of the age of
    • the human power of understanding is not able to comprehend them. After
    • the Third Rank follows the Fourth Hierarchy: Man, as the tenth in the
    • for this humanity was not yet ripe. They therefore remain as a kind of
    • The further we go back the more living are the concepts man had about
    • Beings standing above humanity.
    • Now let us develop certain concepts as to how man — the ordinary
    • the Gods. After death the human being first goes through Kamaloka, the
    • Later man goes through that period of Kamaloka when he has to purify
    • question; as we shall see, the activity of human beings in the higher
    • them. After Kamaloka man enters into the Devachan condition, where,
    • There is however no need for man to be inactive in the higher regions.
    • to allow what he began earlier to come to fruition. But man is not
    • The new incarnation of the human being only has a purpose if he meets
    • Reincarnation is connected with these epochs, during which the human
    • a human being. A masculine and a feminine incarnation belong together.
    • central with the Germanic and the western with the Latin peoples. The
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XIV
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    • Man's sojourn in Devachan between death and a new birth. The formation
    • We will speak today about man's sojourn in Devachan between two
    • that man in his present epoch is endowed with organs enabling him to
    • possesses only what he himself has achieved in the course of many
    • lives. In Devachan this remains his own. All that man has done in the
    • man is born into a particular family; but not everything is
    • human beings there is always a moral relationship also, through Karma.
    • is unprepared; for just as colour escapes a blind man, so does soul
    • experience escape him. To the degree to which man fosters purely soul
    • importance of life on the physical plane. In human evolution no other
    • other human beings, a relationship whose origin is in no way based
    • pour life in this way into the stream of humanity. What takes place
    • physical world the world of causes. In no other way can man build his
    • physical plane. For this purpose man is transferred to earthly
    • in the human being were stimulated by the Devas; he himself was not
    • responsible. Then at the next stage man said to himself: Now I have
    • a one-ness for the whole of humanity, like an atmosphere shared in
    • common. Nevertheless the Atma of the single human being is to be
    • separateness must be overcome. This we do when we form human
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XV
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    • the Rosicrucians. They were never many. There were never more than
    • meeting with such an unassuming man provided the opportunity for the
    • today we must still describe many things with Indian words. But
    • three different bodies of man. These three aspects were called:
    • human being would also continue to work when not incarnated again in
    • individual ego. The human being had to become a self-effacing imprint
    • Brahmanism aimed at a perfecting of the self in the inner life ...
    • These develop the organs of the higher man.’
    • The human being said to himself: ‘I stand here as the end result of a
    • development of mankind. The transformation of the world was not given
    • In Indian esotericism twelve forces are differentiated which draw man
    • human being and this is the cause of his return. All that the man has
    • which builds up the human being. This is the second thing which draws
    • Now comes the third. Before the human being entered into any
    • began with the first incarnation; previously man had no consciousness
    • that what a man has done draws him back to the physical plane, so is
    • Up to this point we have remained very intimately within the human
    • from outside, what was indeed already there without man, but what he
    • between name and form (Nama-rupa). Through this man reached the outer
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XVI
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    • In any action carried out by man there is in fact very little present
    • of anything that might be called freedom, for man is actually the
    • past deeds. In this same way man is now making preparation for what
    • into the world. A certain man, let us say Mr. Kiem, is the result of
    • of human thoughts. Anyone wishing to work for the future must however
    • In practical actions also man usually produces nothing new. The
    • past, but where man only carries out actions in the world which are
    • How does the human being ascend to Nirvana? We must look back into
    • Lemurian times. There we find man, as he is on the earth, at first
    • going on all fours. These beings, in which at that time man, ‘pure
    • man’, (as Monad) incarnated, went on all fours. Through the fact that
    • Karma begins. Karma, as human Karma, first became possible when human
    • beings made use of their hands for work. Before this man made no
    • individual Karma. It was a very important stage of human development
    • when man, from a horizontal, became a vertical being, thereby freeing
    • At the next stage man learned to make use of speech. To begin with he
    • he filled it with words. When a man dies there lives on all that he
    • human Karma. What however he produced in the way of words not only
    • We can look back at the time when man did not as yet speak, but only
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XVII
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    • In occultism we differentiate in man firstly his actions, in so far as
    • also a group of human beings having the same language, and this
    • stages. Firstly: Human action is individual, with the exception of
    • those actions in man that arise from nothingness. Secondly: Man cannot
    • speak for himself alone; words concern a group of human beings.
    • Thirdly: Thoughts are the concern of the whole of humanity.
    • When man develops further, when abstract thought itself develops to
    • is for man something of lesser importance, but when he understands how
    • of perception. Everything depends on a man developing to the point at
    • As a rule man forms merely thoughts. The more highly developed man
    • reflection of imagination. When a man who is seeking higher
    • later will be manifested on the earth, but whoever works out of
    • nowhere manifested, that is to say he creates out of Nirvana. This
    • concept is inherent in every apocalypse: What will be manifested in
    • Through Imagination a man allows himself to be fructified by the
    • Just as man develops himself to the stage when he can create pictures
    • stands a great intuitive Spirit. It is the same Spirit that manifests
    • in man [Gap in text ...] This can already be grasped by thoughts. It
    • consciousness existent in the world also lives in man, in abstract
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XVIII
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    • The human beings of the Atlantean and Lemurian Ages. The two-fold
    • origin of human nature and their union in the Lemurian Age. The Eighth
    • body of present-day man.
    • we must go back a certain way in the development of humanity. If we
    • way right down into the low-lying plain of Northern Germany. The
    • race of human beings who made use of extremely simple and primitive
    • these forests anything approximating to present day human beings and
    • these two epochs the existence of a type of human being in whom the
    • stone. The natural scientist likes to compare this stage of humanity
    • with that of savages or of a clumsy child. Remains of such human
    • Now the materialistic thinker says: We trace man back into the times
    • in which he was still undeveloped and clumsy and assume that the human
    • present stage of human culture and that this primitive man has evolved
    • from animals bearing a similarity to man. In this theory of evolution
    • therefore he simply makes a leap from primitive human beings to
    • animals similar to man. The natural scientist takes for granted that
    • however is not always the case. If for example we trace the human
    • When the natural scientist has gone back to the stage at which man had
    • assume that the origin of man is to be sought elsewhere.
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XIX
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    • Yesterday we saw how in a certain way man is connected with
    • becoming visible which would not be there if the human being did not
    • what man in the first place experiences only as feeling. Pleasure,
    • beings from higher planes intervene in human life.
    • plane which originate from human beings and also from animals; for in
    • But through the strongly passionate thoughts of human beings there
    • arise new elemental inhabitants in astral space. Gradually however man
    • ignoble beings produced by man through thoughts which are filled with
    • wherever such substance exists, a certain danger is present. We human
    • that of present day animals and less so than that of present day man.
    • It is not the substance in which man is now incarnated. But certain
    • more advanced than man, but they have the craving to embody themselves
    • These are higher beings because they had completely developed Manas on
    • do not possess this impulse. Hence with them Manas is egotistical. Had
    • not the human being on Earth, from that point of time at which Manas
    • only developed further the forward urge of Manas, he would have become
    • in the strongest sense of the word an egotistical being. Manasic
    • make man independent, but then the Buddhi nature was necessary. The
    • asuric beings already referred to, because they developed Manas too
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XX
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    • the influence of man himself. Today we are coming to those beings in
    • astral space who are more or less its permanent inhabitants.
    • To understand what part man takes in astral happenings, we must
    • consider the nature of the sleeping human being. Man consists, as we
    • ego. When he sleeps, the astral body with the ego is outside the human
    • When awake, the human being is so taken up with the outer world that
    • etheric body, is engaged with the outer world. When man is in a
    • body. These man finds when in the morning he slips again into his
    • is found there is taken up by the astral body and then manifests
    • called the relationship of man to his higher self. Such is the true
    • nature of this process. The higher self of man does not live within
    • higher self. Man must be clear that the higher self is outside him.
    • This is the ABC. When the human being consciously tortures living
    • the human astral body. When a person cuts consciously into a
    • through man uniting himself with the spirits working for unification,
    • Man is called upon to enter into the atmosphere of the good Masters to
    • there human beings who have died some time previously and they are
    • be relinquished. This takes place in Kamaloka. When man has put aside
    • quite normal in human development. In the normal way the following
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    • Nature. In Newton's writings this is stated in many places. It also
    • ideas can be gained which are directly related to human life. It is
    • by observing human actions, with the exception of the actions of an
    • This ideal which man should attain in the distant future appears in
    • Arupa plane is delicate, soft and enduring; it is Akasha and human
    • We now come to all manifestations of the human being which contain
    • feelings. All the feelings which man expresses have their
    • outside what inwardly we know well, that is, human feeling; pleasure
    • practised these observations and meditations for many years, indeed
    • through many incarnations.
    • Feeling has its counter-image on the Lower Devachanic plane. Man has
    • but on our fellow human beings we can work in a living way through
    • in influencing growth, demands are also made upon feeling. Through art
    • a beginning is made with what affects the growth of human beings. The
    • connection with human feelings which, if more intensively developed,
    • hand, works on the astral body. Many noble human beings who return
    • many people who in their last incarnation lived very holy lives, but
    • human being at the moment of incarnation, of birth, receives a shock
    • possessing all three will in his next incarnation become a human being
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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XXII
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    • inner kernel of being (Monad) and physical-astral man; their various
    • beginning of Karma. Wisdom, Beauty, Strength as reflection of Manas,
    • The question: Why does man die? continually claims the attention of
    • mankind. But it is not quite easy to answer, for what we today call
    • Now we will first look away from death and picture the human being in
    • garment. Let us now assume that the human being were conscious in all
    • the physical world. If man today were equally conscious in all three
    • are so that man only gradually gains continuity of consciousness in
    • now come to an understanding of the way in which man has reached the
    • We must learn to know man as a duality: as the Monad and what clothes
    • did the astral man live before he became what he is today and where
    • In considering the physical-astral human being we are taken back into
    • as an astral form. The astral man who was originally present was a
    • the earth as a great astral ball made up of astral human beings. All
    • still within man, who lived dissolved in astral existence. All plants,
    • today, was at that time completely intermingled with the human astral
    • over the earth. The astral earth consisted of human astral bodies
    • thinner substance than the astral bodies of human beings. In this
    • among others the human Monads also, completely separated from the
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    • and Moon ancestors of Man. Opposition between the intentions of
    • Lemurian Race, man raised himself up to spirituality. Now for the
    • separated off from man, the other beings had been formed which lived
    • on the Earth as his companions. Man had developed a physical body, an
    • and was just at that time adapted to receive Manas, Buddhi, Atma.
    • On the Earth everything developed quite gradually, so that mankind,
    • time. The human being too had grown up out of the Earth and for this a
    • existed. This seed-man had arisen on the Old Moon. From there he
    • that the actual Earth existence emerged and then man had reached a
    • The last human beings during the Old Moon existence are our physical
    • fire shone through them. When human beings were going through an
    • human beings were very similar to four-footed animals, but they were
    • much warmer. The human beings with the best forms, consisting of the
    • it is now, and an etheric body. Man's whole way of life was
    • from present-day man. In comparison with present-day man the Sun-man
    • connected with reproduction developed freely on the other side. Man at
    • This Sun-man developed in seven different stages. His direction on the
    • the third incarnation of the Earth he became a Moon-man. He bent over,
    • transforming the Hyperborean bodies. This the other human beings were
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    • arose the Fourth Sub-Race, the Graeco-Roman civilisation in Southern
    • Europe, which lasted until the ascent of the Germanic peoples in
    • As we go back we come to a human being composed of an ever finer and
    • this Mental-Globe existed seven successive Mental-Races of humanity
    • themselves. When man is again on an astral Earth he will be able to
    • his hosts had given man his form. On the plastic-astral Earth however
    • man will give himself his form out of his inner force; hence this is
    • Rupa and an Arupa Globe will have similar conditions. Man must refine
    • short sleeping condition. When man arrives at the last, seventh stage
    • it. Before the germs of man as he is today were there, the human being
    • condition. At that time the Moon-men were the human forefathers,
    • standing between present day man and present day animals, according
    • lower level and human beings are Moon-men who have ascended higher.
    • A kingdom between the animal and human kingdoms.
    • During the First Earth Round the human kingdom gradually separated
    • itself off. Man became more human, the animal more animal. The
    • external body of man became slowly more human. During the Second Round
    • kingdom, during the Fourth the mineral kingdom. Then man made a
    • Lemurian Race, to take up something new. Now man works upon the
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