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- Title: Necessity and Freedom: Back Cover
- objective element of our being. Steiner demonstrates that only
- Title: Necessity and Freedom: Further Reading
- both subjective and objective validity. Free acts can be
- Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
- an objective but a subjective sense — when we are guided
- objectively eliminated themselves, so to speak. The man
- objective? People judge without objectivity so often that it
- objectivity of judgment. Does this mean they are bad, however,
- this mean? I approach an object or a process accompanied
- acquire the capacity to confront things objectively. This we
- you now put your hand on a solid object, what does that mean?
- It means that what is in the solid object was once being
- pursue the path from subjectivity to objectivity. Strictly
- experience and existing just as objectively as the first one.
- Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture III: Three Teachers with Different Attitudes
- want to describe without your objecting too strongly to the way
- from an objective standpoint. This is obvious, isn't it? So we
- Suppose you want to see an external object. You can see it,
- the object and yourself. In that case you see your own eyes. If
- you want to see the object, you must renounce seeing your own
- the sight of the object. Now, by a remarkable interworking of
- Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
- relationship to our actions if we can look objectively at
- unsuccessful deed of ours with equal objectivity.
- you are bound to have serious objections to what I have just
- said, for such objections do exist. Consider for a moment
- objectively and not wishing we had acted differently. The
- serious objection is this: What about the whole domain that
- objectively as though it had been absolutely necessary. For as
- in mind that if the eye is to see an object, it cannot see
- up a mirror to see itself, it cannot see the object. The moment
- your eye so that it cannot see the object.
- and allow the object to affect it, one cannot perceive the
- object. If we fill our mind with the thought “You should
- the same as the effect an outside object has on healthy eyes.
- can say that anyone who has not yet acquired an objective view
- objectivity and therefore cannot obtain from them what he
- Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
- physical body or any other physical object. It cannot be
- coming in feels like hitting our hand against a solid object,
- physically objective.
- there are colors outside that tint objects. The outer world
- outer world has any objective significance; they will ascribe
- submitted to objective scrutiny. It should all enter into the
- reality. For instance, a particular objection is often raised
- of a living person, and someone gives as his objective
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