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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Contents
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    • are perceived. Mystery of Golgotha a free deed. Haeckel and the
    • deed of the gods. Past thoughts of the gods appear to us as
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • took place or not.” Indeed, people are so very inclined
    • been a free deed at all! Christ would then have been
    • it. However, the Mystery of Golgotha has to be a free deed,
    • that is to say, it has to be just the kind of deed that cannot
    • the world,” at any rate will have been a free deed of a
    • Out of the peoples' deeds of sacrifice
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • clock-maker's ruining of the clock was an ahrimanic deed. The
    • whole series of good deeds by means of one single deed. So this
    • series of good deeds must be put down in their karma. And one
    • could begin to wonder how each of one's own deeds should be
    • carried out so that a similar series of good deeds can
    • astray. An attempt to think out how to set about doing deeds
    • that produce a series of good deeds would be nonsense when it
    • might suggest that a stream of good deeds does spring from what
    • find and murdered him. Similar deeds of hatred were done by
    • speculate on what the results of his deed might be in any
    • along these lines and ask what the results of a deed will be.
    • significant indeed. Time puts such things right. I only wanted
    • real spiritual facts are the deeds of Lucifer and Ahriman. In a
    • one thing arising from another. We look at our own deeds and
    • must be a free deed.
    • a free deed. And although certain prior conditions have been
    • not prevent our doing a free deed in the particular
    • deed.
    • would be no free deed in the immediate present. But the
    • connected in one and the same deed.
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture III: Three Teachers with Different Attitudes
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    • according to external judgments, one can indeed go astray where
    • directions, and these two parts can indeed be compared
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • unsuccessful deed of ours with equal objectivity.
    • repentance for a deed we have done? Obviously people are
    • Here indeed is a new difficulty, one that can be the starting
    • not every deed we have done is an unsuccessful one; there can
    • also be a bad deed, a morally bad deed. Let us look at morally
    • bad deeds, for instance, the following one, to choose a
    • hunger, and he steals. Stealing is a bad deed, isn't it? Does
    • feeling remorse for his deed? No, it does not! And why not? For
    • forms of bad deeds. The bad deed as such is never really
    • evil deed has been done, we say, “conscience
    • stirs.” Why does conscience stir? Because the bad deed
    • consciousness. When the deed happened, the awareness was
    • taken up by the motive on account of which the bad deed was
    • done. A bad deed is not willed. And repenting means that the
    • be dulled at the time the bad deed was done. Whenever anyone
    • does a bad deed, it is always a matter of his consciousness of
    • the deed being dulled, and of his having to acquire an
    • purpose is precisely to let us observe the deed in such a way
    • fully conscious deed and one where the consciousness is
    • deed cannot act upon him with the kind of power that will
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • This does indeed contradict physiological psychology. For this
    • for a bad deed just as little as we can blame a flower for its
    • deed after another and others who keep on attacking people for
    • can blame a person for a bad deed just as little as we can

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