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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • Spiritual Science, we find therein a progressive purport, a
    • a rational progression, ever accompanied by fresh contents, there
    • set the measure of progress. We are then able to realize the
    • further the advancement and progressive evolution of
    • whole being at different periods of earthly progress. Casual
    • great cultural progress of humanity. His influence has long ago
    • other hand, various movements which had been in progress among
    • of cultural progress. In primeval times man’s development
    • various directions of cultural progress —  only to lose its
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • similar progress in connection with the science of Geology. If in
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • of universal development and progress in the Middle Ages. This
    • doing, to further the progress and evolution of creation.’
    • antagonistic to human prosperity in life’s progress. It was
    • life’s procreative and fruitful progress. He next came upon
    • development and progress; and because of this enlightenment,
    • future progress; and he conceived a factor (wherein was no
    • only one way in which humanity may truly progress, and that is
    • beneficial and fruitful progress. I myself have enwrapped this
    • the whole of man’s earthly progress. In the same way as the
    • real progress which mankind has made during its period of
    • During the progress of the nineteenth century the
    • this kind leads on to that stage of growth and progress when man
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • whole course of man’s progress and development there is
    • mission in connection with the collective progress and
    • relation to the progress and evolution of mankind. History ever
    • progress in a vital sense, and it is at once apparent that the
    • so-called liberal arts, which latter were concerned with progress
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • evidence concerning the progress of man’s historical
    • indeed, we can speak of progress in connection with the
    • Jahveh-conception, then the progress destined to be made by these
    • affected. In the initial stage there is an inner progressive
    • appear; these indicate that inner progress has now so far
    • lay at the foundation of his spiritual progress, the character of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • evidence of achievement and progress. Hence, according to the
    • progress and development of humanity — namely, The Christ. That
    • circumstances connected with the progress of mankind during the
    • matters of spiritual origin and dependent upon spiritual progress
    • this external progression, there still remains something which
    • connection with the spiritual progress of mankind was the final
    • of mankind is a continuous process of development and progress,
    • progress and development are beings far above man’s normal
    • progress.
    • scientific and historic progress of mankind, that this vision
    • that restraint which ever hinders his upward progress, he would
    • progress a complete change of thought, a reversal of ideas, be
    • when man is associated with external earthly progress. It is this
    • all historic progress and development, as obtained in the case of
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • progress.
    • step which anticipates future progress in evolution must bring
    • upward progress; the world must learn to understand the need for
    • onward progress. The power to differentiate between good and evil
    • in order to obtain primeval wisdom; forward progress must be made
    • fundamental principle underlying its historical onward progress
    • principle; while in the ever onward progress of man's evolution
    • Theosophy, and the onward progress of
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • have been of profound significance in the progress and

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