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- Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics I
- India, and observe how it has gradually developed up to the
- India of primeval times is still true at the present day. The
- venerable ancient Indian civilisation?
- belonged or belong to the highest caste of Indian life, the
- Nothing impresses the moral feelings of the Indian people more
- impulses developed in ancient India they were impossible among
- character of the Indian people were required. As civilisation
- proceeded, emanating from India they spread abroad over the
- of the Indian people — “What were the most
- the people of ancient India.
- contemplation natural to the Indians did not exist among
- through the existence of a people like the ancient Indians,
- ancient Indian virtue as well as that of the ancient Germanic
- least not in Europe — what the purest ideal of India
- with Indian devotionalism”; but just as 1ittle would it
- grasp what is contained in the devotion of the Indian and the
- Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics II
- Let us go back to the ancient civilisation of India. In that
- castes in ancient India was so strict that, for example, the
- ancient India. Even at the time of the Graeco-Latin
- in India would have ventured to have his own independent
- beyond a certain point of deve1opment. In India the Brahmins
- India and there gradually differentiated themselves, but there
- were seven castes, and the four which appeared in India were
- despised and which in India formed, as it were, an
- far as India, but remained behind in various parts of Europe,
- developed castes reached India, and those who remained in
- leadership at that time — in the age in which the Indian and
- Now, the other castes who had gone to India had also left
- members behind in Europe. The members of the second Indian
- those who corresponded to the Indian Brahmins — entirely
- spoke yesterday — valour and bravery. Whereas in India, wisdom
- temptation, no real appreciation of the caste system of India
- India did not arise. The division was rather between those who
- in India, Japan or China. The souls do not by any means remain
- must remind you that the old division into castes in India
- the lower castes which did not reach India. From them had to be
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