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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Further Reading
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    • self-sustaining, universal reality of thinking that embraces
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • appearance and that anyone who allows himself to be deceived by
    • from Matthias Claudius reflected on himself.
    • side. But as soon as Lucifer is there, he always allies himself
    • have noticed something like the following either in yourself or
    • all, I may look at the chauffeur himself and consider how he
    • activity of the soul devoting itself to an impartial
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • also examine all the implications for human knowledge itself,
    • governor wanted to keep this clock all for himself and would
    • namely in the form of the clock itself. We see that the
    • in which he could see himself all the time.
    • who gives himself up to external values: the rich miser, the
    • himself in the mirror. The clockmaker himself confronts
    • and Lucifer are active. Thus in the clock itself we see a
    • It might be pointed out that Goethe himself refers to the fact
    • needs to look at oneself a little to see that people have the
    • bad versifier and that the Prologue itself is a true sample of
    • Mephistopheles himself realized even before the contract
    • the effect that if a celebrated man permitted himself to
    • Goethe's genius has freed itself from all fetters, the
    • had himself become a school teacher and passed on this nonsense
    • eliminate himself. How do we arrive at judgments that are not
    • superficial self-knowledge.
    • now would produce a very one-sided kind of self-knowledge. But
    • this in himself if he wishes to do so. It contributes to
    • your judgment. Ask yourself whether you can change what
    • is now in you, or whether you can tear it out of yourself.
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture III: Three Teachers with Different Attitudes
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    • self-knowledge guide their future steps.” You see, a
    • a very self-satisfied person. Have you at least drawn up a
    • proper school administration, had himself become a school
    • pledge yourself to this and depend upon it, then even if you
    • practiced strict self-observation, for example, with the one
    • thought to himself, “Well, even if I did know what
    • character, and made himself more perfect by doing so; in
    • fact, he did it with this in view. For he told himself,
    • “If I can make myself more efficient in this way, the
    • well and prided himself on it.
    • forces. He brooded over his mistakes and told himself, “I
    • but he saw it in a living way in that he surrendered himself to
    • element that is to work out of itself is possible only when we
    • the sake of simplicity let us take a man driving himself in a
    • that is not so; that the man sitting up there driving himself
    • not concern himself with this sort of thing hears by chance
    • we study the way our second self lives in us — the one I
    • he feels the urge to acquire self-knowledge. So he looks at the
    • attain who says to himself, “What has happened was
    • but will strengthen and steel the companion part of himself and
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • expressing itself. And unless this egotism is completely rooted
    • itself. It must hold up a mirror, for the moment the eye holds
    • up a mirror to see itself, it cannot see the object. The moment
    • between yourself and your deed, as implied in the fact that you
    • and has not become an eye that can completely eliminate itself
    • itself at first of course merely in incomprehension. From
    • entirely to itself. Whenever the etheric body is enmeshed
    • the inner self accompanying us through life on the physical
    • as it were. The etheric body itself makes the resolve, which
    • permeates it with necessity; it creates the necessity itself,
    • self-chosen karmic involvement in the events on the physical
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • and a person cannot say “I” to himself. If he
    • though he is encountering a picture of himself, that is to say,
    • he looks at himself. He does not call himself “I”
    • know that you are only dreaming inside yourself that nature has
    • when modern science remains true to itself and, as it were,
    • what presents itself. The modern physicist or physiologist
    • mythological creation. Ziehen expresses himself a little more
    • sphere, but psychology itself is confined to the empirical
    • Ziehen continues to express himself cautiously, and does not
    • of himself. The dreamers come along and say, “We examine
    • Concerning intoxication, if someone allows himself to sober up
    • familiarize himself with the impulses coming from spiritual
    • not read you the whole book but had to limit myself to a
    • in Central Europe in particular this I is uniting itself
    • language itself, in that through the inner necessity of

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