FIRST LECTURE, Dornach, November 4, 1916
life as spiritual phenomenon and his relationship to our age.
SECOND LECTURE, November 5, 1916
rhythm in Goethe's life.
THIRD LECTURE, November 6, 1916
connection of the soul-spiritual with the physical during
sleeping and waking. The involvement of the animal in the
wisdom of the world. The relationship of man's creative
activity and vocational work to the total evolution of the
earth. Jakob Bohme.
FOURTH LECTURE, November 12, 1916
transformation of vocational life in the beginning of the
modern age. Vocational work as a seed for the continuing
evolution of the world.
FIFTH LECTURE, November 13, 1916
and official position. Psychoanalysis. The destiny-like formation
of life in relation to repeated earthly lives. Aspects of man's
essence and their significance for vocational karma.
SIXTH LECTURE, November 18, 1916
study of linkages with destiny: Friedrich Theodor Vischer, Max Eyth,
Hofrath Eysenhardt by Alfred von Berger.
SEVENTH LECTURE, November 19, 1916
impulses and impulses from previous earthly lives. John Stuart Mill
and Alexander Herzen. The activities of occult brotherhoods.
Blavatsky and the Theosophical Society. Ku Hung-Ming. The
encyclicals of 1864.
EIGHTH LECTURE, November 25, 1916
life of Galileo in the light of the problem of destiny. Der
rechte Liebhaber des Schicksals [The True Lover
of Destiny] by Albert Steffen.
NINTH LECTURE, November 26, 1916
relationship of the human being to the hierarchies. The conjury
of destructive forces from the cosmos by the aberrations of
human beings. The removal of divine substance from the word.
How can the human being of our time find his way to Christ?
James Watt. Modern technology as demonic magic.
TENTH LECTURE, November 27, 1916
polytheism, monotheism, and the Mystery of Golgotha. Lucifer and the
mystery of the moon. Mithras and Christ.
Steiner on the transcriptions of lectures