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  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 1: On the Functions of the Nervous System
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    • so-called physical world and the spiritual really lies. This
    • this assumes a very subtle aspect. The scientifically trained
    • schematically, by showing, for instance, that any nerve, say
    • the so-called motor nerve. From there, the impulse of the
    • along the whole sensitive nerves, along the so-called motor
    • process in a so-called reflex movement: A fly settles
    • is a leg. Now suppose that a so-called impression goes out
    • scientifically stupid in the social sphere in order that they
    • else in him wills it. But of course, so-called science
    • which I had used it. Suppose that he used it dogmatically,
    • not symptomatically as I did. Suppose that he used it from
    • I have called
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 2: Concerning the World of the Dead
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    • so-called dead. We are, as human beings, so fashioned —
    • between the thought life and the feeling life, practically
    • however, the world in which the so-called dead live is quite
    • so-called mineral kingdom, for which the sense organs are
    • expressed quite symbolically, in imagery — then what is
    • times through so-called Darwinism. There has been an endeavor
    • from the so-called imperfect condition. The Darwinists have
    • that are of a purely mechanically purposeful character. It is
    • cooperation of the so-called free will, in what occurs there
    • we call the laws of nature, according to which we then form
    • so-called highest spiritual possessions of mankind are
    • concerned, were he not called upon to weave death into life.
    • are physically embodied, are bound together with our
    • with the so-called dead soul, and thus enter into
    • karmically through our physical life. The connection with
    • have called in the Mystery Plays “The Midnight Hour of
    • the conditions of earthly life. What we call destiny comes to
    • interwoven with what man calls his ego! In how many countless
    • the realm of the so-called dead within the same realm in
    • the bridge between the so-called living and the so-called
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  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 3: Our Life with the Dead
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    • what we may call the threshold between the usual physical
    • himself, also psychically. It lies in him in such a way that
    • We are only separated from the so-called dead through the
    • into the life of the so-called living in many ways.
    • what man lives through historically, what he lives through
    • history the fable convenue that is usually called
    • deeds, impulses and activities of the so-called dead, is
    • so-called living. And this is real history.
    • what we may call “reading to the dead.” When we
    • contact with anything within it, he calls forth pain or joy.
    • the leaf of a tree, we call forth feelings. The departed one
    • can do nothing that does not call forth feelings of joy,
    • way that everything he does calls forth joy, pain, etc; he is
    • connected with all that calls forth a relationship with human
    • this clearly. When you read to a so-called living person, you
    • — the direct opposite of what we call the true world;
    • karmically connected either directly or indirectly, he
    • everything that arises in the life of the so-called dead.
    • so-called living, with those who are incarnated here in the
    • between death and a new birth, and the so-called living, in
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  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 4: The Rhythmical Relationship of Man with the Universe
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    • with the so-called dead.
    • real perceptive organ) that which lies etherically at the
    • impulses that express themselves rhythmically in the
    • times what we call our real self. Thus we may say; —
    • cosmic day (we will call a human life a cosmic day), we
    • rhythmically surging astral ocean we find the so-called dead,
    • atavistically, in a weaker form. Although the knowledge of
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 5: The Members of Man's Being and the Periods of His Life
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    • so-called free will and of the so-called necessity —
    • roughly in man what we may call his physical nature, or his
    • forces, as I have called it; his astral body, which is
    • our will also lives. And what we call our astral body, what
    • of the dead, as well as among the egos of the so-called
    • so-called world of appearance, or in Maya, as it is called by
    • what we call our understanding, or our thinking consciousness
    • three fourths is active all that man calls his desires, his
    • answer this question philosophically in my
    • out of the element of fantasy, I call it moral fantasy in my
    • the so-called dead, as well as the living, are connected with
    • today must first cease to be called “history.” In
    • beings. These are the spiritual impulses that call man to
    • far as the dead man's life is concerned. What is now called
    • so-called dead, are a higher and more intensive reality than
    • so-called dead. This very world speaks to us through
    • — let us describe it quite schematically: —
    • now you can call forth an illusion — you can take
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 6: New Spiritual Impulses in History
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    • took place, for instance, in the past year, were historically
    • only dream egoistically. When we dream at night, our dreams
    • which man is called upon in every way to open his soul to new
    • this yesterday); as far as his so-called etheric body is
    • the so-called dead, and in which we lived before descending
    • backgrounds of life, it can be proved historically (Karl
    • historical events and facts are historically proved. It is
    • so-called historical sources.
    • freedom. Events that can be proved historically cannot be
    • ascended to the spiritual kingdom of the so-called dead,
    • The so-called Goethe investigators
    • certain feeling of a living relationship with so-called
    • way, in a really fitting way and not spiritistically. The
    • life. We call together meetings, elect officers, councilors,
    • parliaments, and whatever all the rest may be called. There
    • direct influence, as it were, physically in the course of
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 7: The Inadequacy of Natural Science for the Knowledge of the Life of the Soul
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    • anthroposophically oriented spiritual science, for which
    • we can only rightly grasp what we call concepts when we bring
    • the eye of the soul upon what we call the human Ego. But just
    • render in thoughts the content of his so-called Ego-concept.
    • distinguished scholar emphatically points out that we must
    • philosophical basis, but considered purely psychologically
    • of a previous lecture I called your attention to how the true
    • the so-called dead and of the so-called living in the whole
    • the living work together upon the tapestry which we may call
    • birth the so-called departed one has the animal kingdom as
    • If you recall
    • life of the so-called dead consists in spreading out his
    • darkness when we fall asleep, so in the soul of the so-called
    • call forth memory would then always fall through at this
    • recall the first speeches of Homunculus, Mephistopheles and
    • Faust. After Faust has touched the ground and called out.
    • Call to mind

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