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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Contents
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    • things can be proved, whereas in the supersensible realm they
    • influenced by pre-birth experiences. Two things combine in
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • something that has happened and that perhaps we ourselves have
    • another thing will happen in which we believe we may be
    • acquired to intervene in some way? Can we do anything to alter
    • things through the way we intervene if we do not want them to
    • everything was inevitable and could not have happened
    • you know, the conflict between choosing one thing or the other
    • necessity as to presuppose that not one single thing could
    • fate that fills the whole world just because everything is
    • and logical a way as possible, that everything that
    • discover something about what is at the bottom of this
    • thing possible that human beings can prove something and also
    • other things too. It always appears when human beings want to
    • intellects, something occurs that can be called confusion in
    • encounter something that throws your concepts into utter
    • already said that human beings are nothing but sinners who are
    • way there are many things in the world people could become
    • Ahriman. When we prove things in one direction, it is Ahriman
    • to that time people had still spoken about these things, even
    • things has now been lost, but basically it was there in a
    • while in the natural course of things. We know of course, as I
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • are back at our starting point again. The strange thing is that
    • not allow anything like it to be made in any other town. So he
    • perfection, this clock included something else as well. Apart
    • things it had, there were figures on both sides of the clock,
    • each contributing something toward what he later became. Would
    • Goethe's time have been like if all these things had been
    • that the man accomplished something by putting the figures
    • have also seen an even smarter thing the clockmaker arranged.
    • the miser and the latter nodded back. All these things were
    • something unusual. Whenever the clock was about to strike, the
    • sparrow that longed for nothing more than to break free.
    • significant thing “time” is — what we so
    • can also imagine something else. Taking this aspect into
    • things like that. He has seen something quite different
    • greatest inclination to ask about everything, “What was
    • sense of spiritual science. For it is a very trivial thing to
    • It is tempting for the very reason that there are such things
    • particular thing, those are the moments in life when we have a
    • acquire a kind of certainty when they examine external things.
    • you see that about such things that have to be judged
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture III: Three Teachers with Different Attitudes
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    • plan for next year containing all the things which I am sure
    • will give them next year consists of the things that came off
    • everything I did wrong. I have arranged the new schedule
    • have seen the mistakes you made and the things you did well,
    • teacher. “I have certainly made mistakes; and some things
    • I accepted that things had to happen the way they did. So
    • thoroughly at sea in that case. We can hardly allow such things
    • there was nothing to be done. The headmaster had to agree to
    • things were not on a good footing. There was no certainty, he
    • before, and the third, too. Things happened similarly, with the
    • Some time later the following thing happened. The headmaster
    • could such a thing happen? And he said, “The third
    • teacher never told me anything except ‘I must first see what
    • thing.” To which the present headmaster replied,
    • “Yes, but you still cannot know anything in advance!
    • Everything is in the realm of uncertainty. How can you
    • predetermine anything for the whole school year?” asked
    • the former headmaster. “You cannot anticipate anything.
    • things will go well,” said the new headmaster, “if
    • “Yes, but you cannot foresee anything with certainty, and
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • if we want to understand it, than something quite similar in
    • would like first of all to remind you of something I mentioned
    • if we look at things this way we do not by any means exhaust
    • something different had happened in the way the tribes moved
    • across Europe from east to west, or something had happened
    • culture has produced. Could things have happened the way they
    • we do not get far by brooding and speculating about how things
    • concerning things that have to happen and our recognition that
    • things. It is essential that we become aware that into the
    • what I have just said, that when we have done something, it is
    • consciousness regarding everything to do with our flying and
    • Consciousness of everything a person does out of
    • However, we are not always so obviously conscious of things,
    • difficult to distinguish one from the other. Where one thing
    • something does not work out and we feel uncomfortable later on
    • really striking example. Suppose someone has nothing to
    • eat, or would like something for some other reason than
    • what we have said keep a person who has stolen something from
    • action in which something we had intended to do was not
    • would see something entirely different from what we
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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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    • have a few things to add to the four lectures on freedom and
    • it is obvious that we know something about it. We name it from
    • as things stand now, the I is not inaccessible. We refer
    • What does the fact that we know something about the I
    • they speak of. If we speak of something that really exists, we
    • are speaking of something entirely different.
    • reflection, a mirror image of the I. Do we have nothing
    • investigate further, we have, to begin with, nothing of this
    • will. Everything else underlying the physical body cannot
    • body only. Everything underlying the physical body is a mystery
    • how this will enters into us we know nothing at all on the
    • physical body. Nothing else remains in the I but the
    • physical body but who really knew that something lived in the
    • who actually perceived something of the aura of the physical
    • other people's eyes, they still saw something of the aura, the
    • also like this with other things.
    • today — for they were able to determine such things from
    • has a sitter to copy, and is duty bound to copy everything that
    • body and throughout the whole organism. Things have only been
    • talk about there being nothing outside us but vibrations, and
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