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    • the path of goodness and virtue only those who later went over
    • moral path. Therefore moral errors must in course of time once
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics III
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    • Even sympathy is awakened in the right manner if we take an
    • extreme is apathy which passes everything by and occasions
    • immense moral mischief in the world. An apathetic person only
    • to all that surrounds us. Apathy separates us from the
    • through our apathy: in this direction we become
    • immoral. Thus we see that apathy and lack of
    • apathy and which, if it alone were to hold sway in the world,
    • that they were mutually unsympathetic. At the present
    • apathetically, but with true interest.
    • Through apathy the world loses us; through uncontrolled passion
    • apathy and the passionate intoxicating devotion to the world;
    • mean in action, between apathy and sensuous passionate
    • sympathy he expressed was not obtrusive or offensive. Those who
    • overwhelm others with their sympathy are by no means always
    • sympathised with; but the attempt to understand his nature is
    • human love accompanied by human understanding. Sympathy in
    • sympathy and this love will originate quite naturally, it will
    • perceive as unsympathetic what does not suit him — a pecu1iar
    • conscious sympathy for what makes man in_a worthy way into a
    • much. It acts as a standard placed between our sympathies and
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