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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • and observe the workings of the Divine Spirit.’
    • among different peoples, and we find them working in close
    • works and weaves as the Inner Spirit of the Universe, — In this
    • perceptions the workings and achievements of the
    • been at their highest level, working separately, in the days of
    • in his first work,
    • detail, the hidden workings of the Spirit in all material things,
    • behind which ever works and weaves the Divine Spirit.’ Such
    • principle will work persistently within, and through it he may
    • with the workings of the universe and the attendant physical
    • what manner Ahura Mazdao worked, and the relation which his
    • during the summer, denotes the manner in which He works and
    • Light-Realms, the Amschaspands undertake that specific work which
    • Creative Power, that works eternal schemes,
    • the twelve forces which are at work during all physical effects
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • expressing the fundamental concepts underlying his work, than by
    • in virtue of our senses working in conjunction with reason and
    • works of Nature (this, as I have pointed out, is the wide-spread
    • works within me,’ the ancients reached out to that script
    • forces, the workings of which they felt in the ultimate depths of
    • up to the workings and the wonder of the blood’s
    • from a recent work by Alfred Jeremias [Licentiate Doctor and
    • impulses which come as an upward urge to mankind the workings of
    • workers and of a degree of technical excellence unsurpassed by
    • particular polychrome sculpture, while characteristic of the work
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • works, and his intellectuality, we find no trace of the Buddhist
    • most complete knowledge of ancient works of art is to be sought
    • of his works, closes with the confession that he himself was a
    • power, in order that man might not be compelled to work and live,
    • there work within me certain impulses and forces that have of a
    • man’s soul (the working of which may be likened to a
    • which have continued on, while the primary impulses still work
    • about the Buddha and his works which is as a voice ever saying,
    • and from one work of art to another — ever seeking that
    • appreciate man’s true position when we gaze upon the works
    • mood, when we truly realize that all material works must perish,
    • works may endure, but look forward to the fruits which they shall
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • workings of those impulses which emanated from this great
    • have followed these researches closely as a work which has had no
    • soul’s action and inner workings.
    • life’s work cannot, however, be fully understood unless we
    • the Sphinx is regarded as one of the most important works of
    • this period draws to a close, the nation’s work is done. It
    • and its workings from a different aspect. He was not aware of any
    • mid-point of soul-life, the Ego. There works the spirit of the
    • consideration of the example and works of lofty spiritual
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • the workings of the God Jehovah, as conceived from their
    • they could no longer believe in His works when they saw how He
    • effect that HE, a prophet, was actually at work, but no man knew
    • whose innermost being Elijah’s spirit worked] is known by
    • thoughts such as these [Naboth] worked intensively upon his soul
    • spiritual significance. It is ever the pure inner workings of the
    • dancing, worked themselves up into a state of singular ecstasy)
    • spirit within him is at work.
    • intelligible, but at the same time to cause them to work upon,
    • in remote antiquity, so must they continue to work on in our
    • At first the spirit of Elijah worked in
    • therefore so worked upon the innermost soul of Naboth, that he
    • spirit of Elijah was dominant and worked within him that has been
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • reached in such works as that entitled The Nature of
    • It is only necessary to refer to such works as
    • The fundamental idea underlying this work has been but little
    • Throughout all human evolution spiritual impulses are at work,
    • In my two works,
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • of work accomplished.
    • in ignorance. Such was the work to which Rudolf Steiner found
    • work at Bologna, the representative of the Anglo-Indian movement
    • order to take over the work of their retiring representative.
    • good German scholar — who highly esteemed Steiner's two works —
    • Thus it was that the work began, environed by the
    • which contained within them the germ of his later pioneer work in
    • and acknowledge the divine spirit latent within his works
    • element in Haeckel's works.
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • works have been saved for humanity. The decision to
    • 2. The works here
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • only reveal their working. They worked themselves out in man.
    • Hence in the working of his own life man could not be
    • To become truly conscious of the working of
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • Steiner's works. In this introduction the editor sets forth
    • The works of Rudolf Steiner will live on, and as



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