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  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics I
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    • good, sublime and moral ideals can be so simply fulfilled as in
    • use it for his warlike deeds. Modern ideas now consider these
    • least not in Europe — what the purest ideal of India
    • North. Brave, warlike, filled with the ideal of winning honour
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics II
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    • braver among them were looked up to as ideals and patterns, as
    • into Asiatic life was the idea that it did not recognise the
    • on the plan of caste divisions, but rather upon the idea of the
    • who set themselves as their highest ideal that part of the
    • to expect a person to realise the ideals manifested in Francis
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics III
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    • The pupils of the Mysteries whose highest ideal was gradually
    • wrong. It is only possible to gain the true idea when the human
    • But the idea of the progressive development of humanity is
    • to consider reverently that the ideas imparted to us are really
    • is what Plato called the “ideal of wisdom.” He
    • ideal. The moral evolution within the movement will have enough
    • to do if the moral ideal of truth is thought, felt and
    • perceived in all directions, for this ideal must be what
    • guiding ideal not merely instinctively, but which has a
    • ideal of practical wisdom which is to be taken into
    • will be the ideal virtue which Plato calls
    • of humanity as an ideal of the most distant future. We have
    • karma, for through Anthroposophy the idea of karma will have to
    • virtues correspond with karma. Through the idea of karma man
    • evolution. How far removed man still is from this ideal we see
    • consciously accepts the idea of karma, is something which might
    • lectures; you will find how fruitful these ideas can be if you
    • Thus we see before us not merely an abstract ideal of universal
    • Intellectual-Soul and the Spiritual-Soul, that this ideal Being
    • upon, but you will develop further in your own minds many ideas
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