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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Contents
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    • The human organism — Medicine made fruitful through spiritual
    • organic processes in man and the complexity of social processes —
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Summaries
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    • In the religious life also men feel a void, and seek support in organized
    • striving, but in an unhealthy organism, an organism capable of allowing
    • instinct for what is plastic and this is the world of plants. In inorganic
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 1 (Summary): Effects of Modern Agnosticism
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    • In the religious life also men feel a void, and seek support in organized
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 3 (Summary): The Tragedy of F. Nietzsche
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    • striving, but in an unhealthy organism, an organism capable of allowing
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 4 (Summary): The Relationship between Goethe and Hegel
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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    • but not revealing itself through the organs of sensory perception.
    • at this lower level has arisen in an unhealthy way out of the organism
    • for the organism, but primarily for the mental and specifically the
    • mechanical process, is indeed a living, cosmic, organic process. Something
    • to dealing with the inorganic sphere by forming concepts. But that is
    • nature showed him, i.e. everything concerned with the physical organization
    • power-hungry organizations it is considered downright treason to speak
    • into processes within the animal organism — where scientists have
    • fell ill, in a way, and into his sick organism poured the conceptual
    • to use for the organic world of the animals. But Goethe was more alert.
    • the inorganic world around us in measure, weight and number, to arrive
    • In dealing with inorganic
    • nature, man uses his rational mind and lets this inorganic nature become
    • is already using in his study of the inorganic world — a way not
    • into organic nature today. But the concepts Haeckel extracted from all
    • as far as organic nature is concerned.
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 6: From Imaginative Knowledge to Inspirational Knowledge
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    • physical condition we are in, and that our organism as a whole is involved
    • that is organic by nature. This organic activity is partly or completely
    • hidden from awareness, being an inner process connected with the organism.
    • The human organism in a way becomes transparent if one visualizes it
    • is active in the organism; in return, memory concepts arise in the conscious
    • to be worked for. We come to realize that only the inorganic world is
    • in our organism. We are able to see through it by giving ourselves up
    • forces of the human organism. These would be stimulated into growth,
    • behind the soul and spirit aspect. The organization of our present culture
    • and we must not copy it. It would cast us down into the physical organization.
    • his physical organization. Living on the intellectual plane, it is necessary
    • stops as soon as we approach the animal organization.
    • it is we have to approach as we turn towards the animal organization.
    • we simply want to get to know the animal organization through Inspiration.
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • or involuntarily, lies our physical and etheric organization. Processes
    • occurring in our physical and etheric organization are coming up into
    • what our physical and etheric organization does in the ordinary process
    • of cognition. We come to know how we are organized as human beings in
    • terms of matter. We know how far our physical organization extends.
    • withdraw first in the organism and make room for thinking, for the forming
    • human organization. If it were not necessary to present such insights
    • in the brain and in the rest of the organism.
    • The processes of growth and anabolism, the processes of organization
    • depths of the human organization, and the will rises from those depths
    • to the place in the human organism where it is to be broken down. Thinking
    • latent in the human organization in the course of life as it moves towards
    • of Freedom, we are living a life, on the basis of our organization,
    • filled with newly formed elements in the human organization, in an absolutely
    • to his own pure thinking that organizes itself and concretely arises
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • results we arrive at for the organic world as it presents itself to
    • in an age when such instinctive contingencies in the social organism
    • mention is something we may encounter when considering the human organism.
    • part of this outer form hides the internal organs. In physiology and
    • biology we study the morphology, the structure, of these inner organs.
    • liver, kidneys, all the organs of man are not as they present themselves
    • in so far as we perceive them with our senses. No, these organs merely
    • the individual organs are constantly alive and stirring. They are anything
    • but organs at rest in a finite form, they are living processes. In fact,
    • at any moment in these organs, to whatever it is that really gives rise
    • to the process of life out of these organs. This cannot be done by using
    • resting form falsely apparent in human organs into the ever changing
    • life of organic processes. These are then perceived directly, not arrived
    • organic processes are concerned.
    • is active in every single human organ, how the essential nature of lung,
    • are present everywhere in the whole of the human organism, directing
    • the human organization, anything we may produce in the sphere of art:
    • social organism that of necessity must arise from the present and into

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