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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • evolution is ever destined to maintain a definite upward trend.
    • came to them were not merely indefinite unrelated creations, for
    • definite in their manifestation of a spirit life and of spiritual
    • definite separation of these two paths, as since about the time
    • followers and the people in any such indefinite and abstract
    • influence, is a definite unity — a single power — which gave
    • general — abides The Spirit’. But it was definitely
    • superperceptual world — and his concept was absolutely definite,
    • I will now make a definite statement, which when
    • its spiritual counterpart is Truth. Here is a definite statement
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • but definite relation to those supersensible powers of which he
    • It is a definite law that we can only look upon
    • moment any visible constellation would occupy a definite position
    • divine supersensible powers, there must be some definite moral
    • concepts and theories. Now, Spiritual Science definitely asserts
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • Goethe), a clear and definite touch of Buddhistic thought; and
    • period, for they could be quite definitely ascribed to specific
    • speak of this condition we must use a negative, an indefinite,
    • definite terms.
    • spiritual state, he sank to a definitely lower level, and this
    • a definite unit in the sum total of humanity, and as such must
    • that definite consciousness, which is ever active deep within us,
    • Western concept first began to take definite form at the time of
    • consciousness. Through it we become aware of a definite purpose,
    • evolution is a definite purpose, a design of profound
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • order to educe from their character and style a definite
    • represented as continuing from one definite place to another, and
    • definite modification, from a divine primordial clairvoyant state
    • Greeks, or Romans, had a definite mission to fulfil, and that
    • differs radically, nevertheless, we can clearly trace a definite
    • Spirits of the cosmos have some fixed and definite purpose
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • definite and peculiar influence, which could be exerted by all
    • of the following definite concept: — ‘That spiritual power
    • stage has been reached, then follow certain definite signs which
    • come corresponding definite experiences in the form of visionary
    • became necessary for Elijah to form some definite plans whereby
    • was directed toward a certain quite definite personality, to whom
    • of definite and effective action. For it was not this particular
    • It was at this point that Jezebel took definite
    • could but dimly realize; nevertheless, Ahab was definitely termed
    • doing Elijah established a definite and powerful influence among
    • knew of Elijah through indefinite rumour. But it was the voice of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • finally points definitely to a spiritual origin.
    • definite soul conditions had come about, in virtue of which this
    • definitely that we must not consider a particular man [Jesus of
    • to believe that in a certain locality and at a definite time
    • one with Abraham — their father. But Christianity definitely
    • where there is a definite scepticism concerning all spiritual
    • became imperative, that at a certain definite period in earthly
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • In the year 1902, Rudolf Steiner definitely
    • and leader of their association; but he definitely declined to
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • to become a definite cultural factor. This was especially

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