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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • Rudolf Steiner gave the six lectures in this volume between January
    • — realizing the importance of those lectures for understanding the
    • previous lectures, the most prominent is the idea of
    • During this Cycle of Lectures I shall speak of
    • those which exist in our time. From previous lectures, however,
    • during these lectures are: Hermes, Buddha and Moses.
    • sides. Already in other lectures we have spoken of the path which
    • this lecture are supported in every case by independent
    • about whom we shall have much to say in subsequent lectures. The
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    • Rudolf Steiner gave the six lectures in this volume between January
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    • Lecturer at the University of Leipzig], entitled The Old
    • civilization. In a previous lecture we have drawn attention to a
    • The above lecture was delivered in Berlin on the
    • direction of C. Leonard Woolley, M.A., Litt. D. In a lecture
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • these lectures. Such an assumption is, however, found to be
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • Rudolf Steiner gave the six lectures in this volume between January
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    • claimed our attention during these lectures, namely, Zarathustra,
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    • acquainted with their peculiar characteristics during the lecture
    • of some matter of deep significance. During former lectures of
    • previous lectures that clairvoyant consciousness is in no way
    • In a previous lecture devoted to Buddha, we drew
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • Rudolf Steiner gave the six lectures in this volume between January
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    • period in which he lived. Since, however, my lecture must of
    • presented both in the lectures of this series and in others of
    • In previous lectures I have described the methods
    • It is not possible in a single lecture to bring
    • In the above lecture, which was delivered in
    • Elijah’s mission was fulfilled. In the lecture it states
    • Spirit-realms. At that point in the lecture (see
    • indicated both in the lecture and in I Kings xix, 12, 13.
    • only, occurs, while in the lecture Elijah-Naboth is
    • lecture:
    • Addendum to this lecture.
    • 5. In this lecture
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • Rudolf Steiner gave the six lectures in this volume between January
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    • A previous lecture that I gave some few weeks ago
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    • notice during these lectures, we find that it has in truth, no
    • has already been drawn to this subject in a previous lecture, and
    • perceptual. In these lectures I have many times referred to
    • they were then considered to be, but which in this lecture we
    • In two of my previous lectures to which I have
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  • Title: Turning Points: Contents
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    • Rudolf Steiner gave the six lectures in this volume between January
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    • SIX LECTURES DELIVERED IN BERLIN
    • (The first four lectures are part of GA 60 and the
    • last two lectures are also part of GA 61)
  • Title: Turning Points: Cover Sheet
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    • SIX LECTURES DELIVERED IN
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • Rudolf Steiner gave the six lectures in this volume between January
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    • lectured, those basic principles upon which he built a solid
    • centre the lecture activities of Rudolf Steiner were spread
    • in less detailed and isolated lectures in other towns in Germany,
    • it was also planned that part of these lectures should
    • War Department, and then the lectures had to be held, partly in
    • public lecture activities to a premature and violent
    • beginning, through lectures upon Goethe's fairy-tale of
    • was continued by means of a series of lectures during 1902 to
    • interesting lectures on
    • lectures of the Indian Theosophist, Jinarajadasa, who has since
    • the public lectures delivered at the Architektenhaus in Berlin in
    • Another series of lectures took place in
    • were subsequently used as subject matter for lectures
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • Rudolf Steiner gave the six lectures in this volume between January
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    • Rudolf Steiner has lectured. These taken together, build up a
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    • understanding audiences, both in the form of single lectures and
    • lecture cycles of never-failing power and nobility of
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • Rudolf Steiner gave the six lectures in this volume between January
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    • LECTURES HELD AT THE
    • of lectures was to be held that would be suitable to the
    • these proposed lectures were as follows:
    • which lecture caused much sensation. In the meantime the
    • Day; this lecture was followed by another given in
    • evident at the last lecture held by Rudolf Steiner on the
    • further lectures to be delivered in Germany stated, that
    • lecture-activity was forcibly brought to an end; at the
    • It was next decided that a number of lectures, which
    • lectures he did not, however, review personally, as in
    • manuscripts of his lectures, and that was during the War:
    • The Mission of Folk Souls, which lecture Prince
    • publish all the lectures was for him, indeed, a severe
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  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • In these six public lectures, delivered in Berlin
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  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • Rudolf Steiner gave the six lectures in this volume between January
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    • The six lectures, translated from the German,
    • interesting series of lectures opens up new avenues of thought,
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