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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Contents
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    • numbers. The Prague clock. Every external event has an
    • Historical events must be judged according to their intrinsic
    • hidden forces behind ongoing events. Our actions can be
    • in historical events. Unsuccessful actions are also necessary.
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Further Reading
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    • seventh chapters consider the future evolution of the world and
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • connect ourselves inwardly with the soul-stirring events of our
    • speak about, I would say “necessity in world events and
    • events on the physical plane that urge us as strongly to deal
    • souls. If we look at world events and our own actions, feeling,
    • willing, and thinking within these events, considering them for
    • reason for this event we were involved in so much a part of
    • course of events with our own will as much as we can. In short,
    • who supposed that all the events we are involved in through our
    • and influence in one way or another the course of events when
    • prevent any other town from having one like it. So he had the
    • as well have taken this from great world events as from
    • “I can easily follow the course of events: the boulder
    • external events. We are looking at the events as they happen on
    • being, the world in which the ordinary world events
    • perceive the external events of the physical plane with our
    • physical events and also the world of elemental
    • with events of the elemental world flowing into them. It would
    • say, deeper natures may feel that events not taking place on
    • occurrence. Parallel with this physical event, that is to say,
    • vision any event can appear to that person. He or she could of
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • events. I said, “Suppose a party of people had set out to
    • we call the ahrimanic and luciferic forces in world events and
    • Ahriman and Lucifer could also be seen in events of the world,
    • looks as though every event follows naturally from the
    • events of the physical world. We are also placed within this
    • appreciate events and processes according to their
    • concerning events possessing their own intrinsic value. I
    • about an event needing to be looked at on its own merit.
    • things and events in the world outside us, but also consider
    • not prevent our doing a free deed in the particular
    • result of past events. What is nature as a whole, the whole
    • course of historical events and the significance of today's
    • events. For these lead us directly to the point where we always
    • look at events, such as the hypothetical one I gave you, from
    • spiritual world, this latter event being the other half of the
    • spiritually that belongs to the outer event and is of immensely
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture III: Three Teachers with Different Attitudes
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    • Many years passed. By chance a very unusual event followed. The
    • realize clearly that when we look back at events that have
    • consider the events as necessity. There is no doubt about the
    • often happens, always find the causes of events in what
    • events on the physical plane we really judge in the sense of
    • occurrence, we see that events were directed toward that
    • merely traces events on the physical plane.
    • immediately preceding event. In fact if we break off
    • And if we do this, and go from one event to the other, tracing
    • causes similar to the way people look for causes of events in
    • being in a certain sense joins us in the external events in a
    • events, it is certainly necessary that we face all the
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • see such significant world events as those of the present, we
    • appearance. All the various events we have seen taking place in
    • were in those days, all the later events have developed right
    • through world events and spreading out over immense regions.
    • with current happenings; yet, as far as events on the physical
    • stream of events taking place on the physical plane there
    • seventh month of embryonic growth, while we ourselves were born
    • seventh, eighth, and ninth month, but were to stop short, they
    • freedom in relation to certain events in which we very
    • enters into the stream of events, being in any way encroached
    • world events.
    • Particularly where major events in world history are concerned,
    • an empty space in world events with regard to certain
    • Faust; no space, only a state of fullness. Events run
    • in the consecutive events and realize that Parsifal and so on,
    • preceding centuries in which the stream of events had taken
    • into the past we have to regard past events themselves as a
    • self-chosen karmic involvement in the events on the physical
    • can arise from such significant events as those of the present,
    • because they envision that future events should take a definite
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • This would be the natural course of events, and those who know



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