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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • days to speak about important but rather difficult aspects of
    • speak about, I would say “necessity in world events and
    • if you speak nowadays of Ahriman and Lucifer, you are
    • it is really a dreadful superstition to speak of one. We speak
    • future I hope I can speak about this extinct part of human
    • very confusion we were speaking about. This confusion is
    • must not just speak of the human physical body but also of the
    • speak, to this physical event of their earthly lives and gain a
    • today (we shall come to speak of this fact in its particular
    • one cannot speak of immortality of the soul. Here we have
    • various points of view, and we will speak of still further
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • are, so to speak, lost in the woods and imagining we are making
    • no physicist would hesitate to speak about them, so
    • thankless labor. ... The wretched Faust speaks an
    • objectively eliminated themselves, so to speak. The man
    • by my sympathy and antipathy. Naturally the man I was speaking
    • all of us here: I who am speaking and you who are listening. I
    • would not be able to speak as I do if it were not for
    • Nowadays we speak of angels, archangels, archai, and so on.
    • speaking, we can be subjective only in the present. As soon as
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture III: Three Teachers with Different Attitudes
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    • pupils, and have a certain faith in it. If you, so to speak,
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • at the world, we can really only speak of necessity.
    • Broadly speaking, you will find all this analyzed, though more
    • moved forward or backward in time. But speaking generally we
    • speaking of the physical body, we ought really to say we grow
    • freely comply with a necessity, so to speak, does this give us
    • necessity we speak of working our way up to the beings who bend
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • longer be able to speak of an I. Philosophers are
    • they speak of. If we speak of something that really exists, we
    • are speaking of something entirely different.
    • and the counterthrust, so to speak, that this experience
    • do no more than speak of the etheric body, and people in the
    • have to speak of an etheric body, an astral body, and an
    • say to his audience, “When we speak of the human being,
    • we ought really to speak of will. To us scientists that is an
    • soul. In the course of these lectures, he speaks about
    • Ziehen goes on to show that there is no sense in speaking of
    • cannot speak of will at all.
    • mystery. And the most highly acclaimed speakers are the ones
    • speak about the Christ in as vague a way as possible, appealing
    • metaphorically speaking, he falls down with a loud thud as a
    • speak about the Mystery of Golgotha in the right way, and do
    • spiritual science if you tell them, “We speak of the
    • people speak, as though in a kind of dream, about outer
    • So when we speak of the true I, we actually have to
    • speak of the I that wills. Therefore I also had to show
    • science speaks of the I. To show you that he simply
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