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  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics I
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    • surely the most important thing in life is what a certain wise
    • people to know that they ought to love one another, one thing
    • anything so simple at the end of a rich life of wisdom. But one
    • thing is said by two persons it never is the same,” it is
    • who simply declines to know or understand anything about the
    • something quite different, which is of the deepest importance
    • — something contained in the human soul as a divine
    • heritage, something given to us as original morality which may
    • This statement is very true, for there is scarcely anything
    • anything has been spoken about so much as the right
    • the least among the many things learned from spiritual science
    • what might be said about the moral things of those times and
    • Nothing impresses the moral feelings of the Indian people more
    • forgets everything physical; an intensely deep introspection
    • and the life of ritual should be considered as something apart
    • once that we are expressing something which is truly
    • after considering these things — putting aside all the
    • without further discussion, we may assert that something which
    • concerning which I ask nothing except that you should note that
    • feelings of the European peoples there is something else. We
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics II
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    • Thereby something else became necessary in European
    • When over large areas something disappears as it were, it does
    • not disappear into nothing, but it dissolves and then
    • disease of the Middle Ages. This disease was nothing else than
    • Buddhism, for among many other things which Buddhism introduced
    • division into castes as something justifiable; that as far as
    • Buddha, there was something else of which we must not lose
    • worlds. The first thing attained by the pupils of this occult
    • must be understood as something quite special, something that
    • what I have said up to now you may gather one thing with regard
    • Thus morality is something about which we cannot say that it
    • has only developed gradually in humanity, it is something which
    • lies at the bottom of the human soul, something which has only
    • they might rise it was above all necessary that something
    • in particular. That is the first thing we must say if we wish
    • something immeasurably good lies at the bottom of human nature.
    • into an active impulse can arrive at anything else than to love
    • third thing which may be added and is necessarily built upon
    • may say that Francis of Assisi heard these three things
    • find the philosopher Plato. Amongst other things, Plato wrote
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics (1928): Anthroposophical Ethics III
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    • whole, loses his connection with things. This was shown to the
    • these cases something is always destroyed. Every evil or
    • wrong he cannot do otherwise than destroy something, take
    • something from the world, in that moment a mighty influence for
    • something which is necessary. When in accordance with our
    • is what may be called interest in the different things, and by
    • this word “interest” something is expressed which
    • an interest in it. There is something unhealthy or abnormal in
    • the human soul if a person withdraws himself from something in
    • extreme is apathy which passes everything by and occasions
    • insistence upon a standpoint is always bad. The essential thing
    • Anthroposophy is something which makes the mind ever more
    • comes something which in a radical manner must be described as
    • public opinion in Greece, considered wisdom as something
    • which must be gained as something which is no longer the gift
    • something divine, and something which we human beings are
    • something that is deeply moral. This is inevitable. Then we
    • certain quality acquired by modern life, truth is something
    • something false, and place the facts before him. As a rule, you
    • will find that he does not fear such a thing to be wrong. He
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