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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • import and proper relation of these outstanding leaders, from
    • what manner Ahura Mazdao worked, and the relation which his
    • teachings regarding the relation of humanity to the Spirit-World,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • modern times overcome by a sense of such close relation to the
    • character, and therefore meaningless in their relation to
    • time on, the study of the interrelation of these factors led,
    • the perceptual world. It is the spiritual interrelation of these
    • soul. The act of thinking has the same relation to final thought,
    • upon the relation between Osiris and Isis in a somewhat similar
    • but definite relation to those supersensible powers of which he
    • symbol of the relation between Osiris and Isis,’ but he
    • Spirit-World and the inner relation of the soul’s character
    • in him a consciousness of actual relationship with that supreme
    • to it; hence he must learn to bring about this relation in
    • entity, no longer limited by his external relation to humanity,
    • and character of the relation between Isis and Osiris, they had
    • interrelations existing between the various stars. Most prominent
    • clairvoyant insight concerning man’s relation to the
    • mysterious interrelations. Now, if in those olden days it was
    • nature of their interrelations, there originated what we must
    • relation which the planets and the forces which move them bear to
    • One’ saw in the interrelation of all things spread abroad
    • same relations of form which man has used in the architecture of
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • of his existence, his place and relation to the world — all from
    • his relation to the whole of his environment? According to this
    • in Christendom we find man’s relation to the world to be of
    • relation with the world to the one which would have been, if the
    • of this divine relation; then no more will he only acknowledge
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • proper understanding of the Bible, and in this relation it puts
    • relation to space and time.
    • would later raise him to great heights in his relation to
    • relation of Moses to the Egyptians, and to his people.
    • about solely through the relation existing between master and
    • relation between the instinctive existence and soul-life of the
    • in conjunction with his relation to the external phenomena of
    • arrangement and interrelations of these external elements, and it
    • relation to the progress and evolution of mankind. History ever
    • great figure, there comes to us a sense of his true relation to
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • a more advanced stage of development in relation to the
    • that he might awaken to a full consciousness of its true relation
    • and singular relation which existed between Elijah, Naboth, and
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • research. On the other hand, it is just in this relation that we
    • momentous indeed in relation to that enlightenment which came
    • establish a relation between the mythological conceptions of
    • relation to the evolution of mankind. When through the study of
    • the just claims of relationship and child love, but rather as
    • peoples — and had relation to certain racial peculiarities. We
    • place himself in just and ethical relation to such phenomena.
    • the position which he occupies in his relation to the world is
    • relation of the colours and the light waves to the eye, and the
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • Steiner  -- a small part, indeed, in relation to the
    • Man's Relation to the Superperceptual
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • awareness of the relation between the human Spirit-Self and its
    • of the present and future human relation to the Christ, as
    • riddle of human freedom in relation to the Cosmos, in so far as

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