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- Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics II
- Africa there were people who simply belonged to castes or races
- race. The two must not be confused. A human soul can develop in
- particular race. If in this race it gains certain qualities, it
- in the same race, for soul development is quite different from
- race development, which goes its peaceful way forward.
- Asiatic races, were transposed into European ones, and were
- on into the higher races; and souls which were previously
- embodied in quite subordinate races developed to a higher
- whole, as a physical race, the bodily forms in which the most
- races decreased in number while the higher increased until
- development and race development. The souls reappear in the
- bodies belonging to higher races. the lower race bodies die
- how, moral impulses come into the human race, how that which
- Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics III
- races, etc. But we only assume the right attitude towards it
- characteristics of race, colour, nationality, religious faith,
- Thus, through Anthroposophy a human race, or rather, a nucleus
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