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  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics I
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    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • impulse. Intrinsically the further we go back to ancient times
    • Go back to Assisi and you shall there hear the right
    • obeyed these words, went back to Assisi, and behold, he had
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics II
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    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • Let us go back to the ancient civilisation of India. In that
    • become bones of the forehead or of the back part of the head,
    • set-back the souls had received in the Atlantean epoch. In Asia
    • we go back in human evolution we pass through the
    • into the Atlantean epoch and then further back to the Lemurian
    • spiritual life, can be led back again to this spiritual life.
    • can find the way back again to the Divine-Spiritual.
    • evolution. Let us go back a few centuries into the
    • was indeed withdrawn into the background, but it existed in the
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics III
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    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • little further back than to the Egyptian age. We know that the
    • ourselves from the divine, and must therefore strive back to
    • Chaldeans and Egyptians in regard to wisdom. We look back to
    • who kept themselves hidden in the background — so also in human
    • something spiritual at the back of them. It is wonder that



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